The National Academy for State Health Policy has several opportunities right now. View them, as well as health policy jobs in several states, on the NASHP website. Continue reading “Opportunities at NASHP”
Deadline: June 20, 2016
The City of Kansas City, Missouri Health Department is looking for a Public Health Statistician. Continue reading “Public Health Statistician”
The Division of Epidemiology and Community Health, School of Public Health, University of Minnesota seeks a 100% FTE Research Professional 2 (job code 8352P2) for Interdisciplinary Research Leaders, a national program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF). RWJF has selected the University of Minnesota, in collaboration with several external partners, to serve as the national center for its new Interdisciplinary Research Leaders (IRL) program. The IRL is a major, multi-year initiative from RWJF to develop diverse teams of interdisciplinary research leaders across the country to help advance the vision of building a culture of health in the United States. The broad goals of this initiative include identifying ways to promote interdisciplinary, action-oriented, and team-based approaches to population health research; nurturing more leaders who reflect our country’s diverse population; and explicitly developing research qualities needed to improve health and promote health equity for all Americans. Key collaborating institutions for the IRL program include Allina Health (program co-lead), Academy Health, ISAIAH, Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC)-Twin Cities, and the Minnesota Department of Health. The IRL program is being launched in concert with three other major new RWJF programs also focused on developing a culture of health, based at prestigious institutions nationwide. The four program centers and RWJF will work collaboratively toward common goals as part of the RWJF’s Culture of Health programming area. Continue reading “Research Professional 2”
Allina Health is seeking an Intermediate Research Associate to work with and support the Division of Applied Research to provide day-to-day operational support for division research projects and overall division operations, and develop, manage, and participate in projects/research agendas for the division under the supervision of project leaders. The primary objective of the position is to enable the professional team to work at their highest competency level possible and to support the advancement of investigator initiated research across Allina and its partners.
This role will provide study coordination and operational support for research projects with the Allina Health Mother Baby Service Line, primary care, and with a population-based heart disease prevention program. Continue reading “Research Associate”