Infectious Disease Prevention and Control, within the Division of Public Health at the Nebraska state health department, is seeking a highly motivated, self-directed individual to serve as the Hepatitis Program Specialist within the Viral Hepatitis Program. This position will work as a collaborative team to assure effective implementation of activities related to testing, surveillance, and prevention of viral hepatitis. This individual will provide guidance to partners in Nebraska and help to grow and evolve the Nebraska viral hepatitis program.
PERM FULL TIME – $21.76 Hourly
Remote work/work from home options may be available after the first 6 months of employment.
The Hepatitis Program Specialist position is posted on the jobs website. Here’s the link:
The Douglas County Health Department is seeking two Emergency Response Coordinators. Under the direction of the Health Director or designee, the incumbent is accountable for the coordination and direction of the activities defined in the Douglas County Health Department’s Disaster Plan for the Health and Medical Annex of the Douglas County Emergency Operations Plan.
Children’s Hospital and Medical Center is searching for a Community Benefit Manager to manage and oversee Community Benefit tracking, reporting, and planning activities in coordination with leadership at the Center for the Child & Community and Finance Department. Collaborates with departments throughout the organization to ensure the identification, tracking, reporting and documentation of Community Benefit activities. Support planning and implementation of community health programs and ensure compliance and accountability with all Community Benefit activities as it relates to the Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) goals, Implementation Strategy Plan (ISP) and other identified expectations.
The Nebraska Association of Local Health Directors (NALHD) is hiring four Health Literacy Communications Associates. The Health Literacy Communication Associates will be responsible for developing and implementing culturally and linguistically appropriate communication plans and assets targeting communities that have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. We are especially interested in bi-lingual candidates, with strong speaking and writing skills.
This position is full time, hourly, between 32 and 40 hours/week and include a competitive benefits package.
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It is the season for Health Administration Fellowship applications! Bryan Health in Lincoln is one of the healthcare systems that offers an exceptional opportunity for new graduates to start their career in health administration. We have had several COPH graduates complete these fellowships, including at Bryan Health, and all have had amazing experiences.
See document attached for additional information on the Bryan Health opportunity. Reach out to Career Services for assistance with your application, and/or to be connected to a COPH alumnae who completed the fellowship.
See additional Health Admin Fellowships via ACHE here: https://www.ache.org/career-resource-center/seek-new-opportunities/postgraduate-fellowships