Public Health Job Opportunities

CDC Foundation Jobs

A number of new positions with the CDC Foundation have been posted:

CDC Foundation COVID Corps Workforce Staff

CDC Foundation COVID-19 Corps, State, Territorial, Tribal and Vaccine Workforce Initiative


The National Association of County and City Health Officials is seeking to fill a variety of positions, from Senior level to internships:

Chief of Programs and Services

Director of Research

Director of Preparedness

Senior Program Analyst, Environmental Health

Program Analyst, Medical Reserve Corps

Senior Specialist, Research and Evaluation

Project Manager, Injury and Violence Prevention

Senior Program Analyst, Performance Improvement

Communication Specialist, HIV, Viral Hepatitis

Sr Program Analyst, Refugee & Immigrant Health

Program Analyst, Refugee & Immigrant Health

Specialist, Research and Evaluation

Also Internships: [] []

Immunization Program Epidemiologist

The Kansas Dept of Health and Environment is seeking an Immunization Program Epidemiologist. (will be supervised by a COPH Alumnae, and may be hybrid of in office and telework)

Position Summary  

The position (K0242725) will conduct analyses of immunization data and assist in enhancing data quality in Kansas’ immunization information system. The specific duties of this position include:

•Design surveys, utilize and manipulate multiple data sources, and conduct analyses of COVID-19 vaccine and other vaccine data.

•Evaluate Kansas’ immunization information system (WebIZ) to enhance reporting and data quality to use as a source for immunization data.

•Assist in generating new data topics for display on COVID-19 vaccine dashboard and upload data to dashboard. Assist in creation of dashboard/data upload for other immunization data.

•Prepare reports of immunization data in both written and oral formats for internal and external partners.

•Provide technical assistance to local health departments and providers on immunization data as it relates to reporting issues of vaccine distribution and administration when needed.

•Serve as a liaison for the Bureau of Epidemiology and Public Health Informatics and the Bureau of Disease Control and Prevention (BDCP), and nationally the CDC and other external agencies on issues related to immunizations and WebIZ data quality.  May provide epidemiologic support to other BDCP programs.


  • Education:  
    • MPH/MS degree
  • Licensing & Certification:  
    • Valid Driver’s License – Incumbent is required to have and maintain a valid driver’s license when operating a state vehicle, a private vehicle, or a rental vehicle for the benefit of the State.
  • Minimum Qualifications:  
    • MPH/MS degree + knowledge of epidemiology
  • Preferred Qualifications:  
    • Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access
    • Proofreading, editing, attention to detail
    • SAS, Epi-Info, SPSS, or other statistical packages
    • Ability to establish and maintain relationships with colleagues and outside partners
    • Ability to communicate effectively with others
    • Ability to conduct comprehensive analyses on immunization data
    • Ability to apply computers for the manipulation, analysis, and management of epidemiological data
    • MPH/MS degree and two or more years of independent work as an applied epidemiologist.
    • Knowledge of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) immunization schedules and familiarity of state immunization registries.
  • Hourly Pay Range: $23.31-$27.61

* Salary can vary depending upon education, experience, or qualifications.

  • Job Posting Closes:  July 05, 2021

Job Posting Link: []

ASTHO Public Health Equity Corps, Fellowship

Deadline: June 15, 2021

The Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO) and Lead For America (LFA) recently announced the creation of a new program for young leaders to help bolster our nation’s public health infrastructure and build healthy and resilient communities. The program, Public Health Equity Corps, will aim to strengthen state health agency efforts with a particular immediate focus on equitable COVID-19 vaccine distribution.

The Public Health Equity Corps, led in conjunction with LFA’s national fellowship program and supported by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, will select eight fellows for a two-year, full-time fellowship. Fellows will be immersed in real-life public health challenges and work alongside community leaders (e.g., government, health, advocacy groups, community) to tackle them head on.

The effort will span across eight states, to include Maryland, Massachusetts, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Utah, and Wyoming. Each fellow will work on projects of critical importance to the host department, from supporting equitable vaccine distribution to underserved populations in Wyoming, to amplifying community engagement practices in North Carolina, and strengthening every state’s ability to equitably serve all residents.

“Young people have a critical role to play—both in supporting the immediate recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and in setting up their communities for long-term public health resiliency,” says Joe Nail, chief executive officer of Lead For America. “We are honored to be partnering with ASTHO in deploying a cohort of outstanding fellows to their home state health departments. Through our National Hometown Fellowship, fellows will have access to top-notch training on community development and public health, and will join a national network of leaders working to address the critical challenges of our time.”

“COVID-19 has demonstrated the importance of leadership, and the importance of community engagement,” says ASTHO CEO Michael Fraser. “These fellows will complement existing public health assets in states and help build a group of young leaders to take public health to the next level in future efforts.”

View information and apply online here:

Regional Epidemiologist

Position Summary & Responsibilities

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment is looking for 5 regional epidemiologists to serve as an epidemiological resource for local health departments in one of six regions in Kansas. The ideal candidates should have epidemiology or communicable disease experience. These regional epidemiologists must possess strong communication and organizational skills as well as the ability to develop strong collaborations with community partners. These epidemiologists will initiate, plan, and direct epidemiological studies, surveillance projects, and outbreak investigations. These positions will also prepare oral and written presentations describing the outcomes of epidemiologic investigations or surveillance findings and develop, analyze, and present information on health disparities and other community health issues. These epidemiologists will function as the coordinators and liaisons for disease surveillance, investigation, and control activities for infectious disease activities in their assigned region. These positions will be remote positions with frequent travel to assigned region.

Deadline: June 10, 2021

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