Location: University of Nebraska Federal Relations Office in Washington D.C.
Timeframe: late May to early August 2019
Schedule: 25 hours per week
The University of Nebraska Federal Relations office in Washington, D.C. invites applications for a summer student internship. During the internship, you will interact with Congressional offices, higher education associations, scientific associations, other government relations representatives and federal agencies. You will also have the unique opportunity to plan and implement programs and events for the D.C. Professional Enrichment Academy for University of Nebraska summer student interns and interact with alumni. You may be assigned one or two major substantive projects during the summer, which will vary depending on skills and interests and the needs at that time. Continue reading “University of Nebraska Federal Relations Office Summer Internship”
The Office of Assessment, Planning & Improvement within the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department is recruiting for a Regular, Part-time (0.8 FTE), Epidemiologist I to work with a small group of colleagues to assist in providing epidemiological support, assessment, evaluation and analysis.
Some of what you’ll do:
- Assist with the collection of epidemiologically important data;
- Analyze the data using appropriate statistical methods;
- Perform library research and data searches;
- Design data collection tools;
- Assist with the presentation of the results of epidemiologic investigations and program evaluation results to community and professional forums;
- Educate program staff on data utilization for planning and evaluation;
- Prepare draft reports based on the analysis of collected data;
- Participate in the design and management of surveillance systems for diseases of public importance.
- Participate in the design and develop study methodologies and analysis requirements.
- Interact with a culturally diverse population of clients, educational institutions, governmental agencies, community-based coalitions, and departmental staff to collect epidemiologic data and communicate findings
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The Epidemiology Department has 2 teaching and 1 research-related positions open for the Spring 2019 semester. Please see the job descriptions below for more details and application instructions.
STEPs has an opening for at least one part-time program evaluator (https://unomaha.peopleadmin.com/postings/7377). This is a great opportunity for someone who wants to do more program evaluation above your full-time job. A part-time program evaluator works 4-10 hours/week; these hours can be done on evenings and weekends for the most part, but flexibility for some daytime hours is needed for meeting with our community partners.
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Clarkson College has a newly open position for adjunct in the Community Health program. The qualifications and application are posted here: https://pm.healthcaresource.com/cs/nebraska#/job/9312 .
The posting shows this job with NE Medicine, our educational partner, but the Community Health program is a program dedicated to the Clarkson College campus. Please share this information with any potentially interested candidates.
Additional information about the program can also be found here: https://www.clarksoncollege.edu/community-health/