Marin County, CA is seeking a Green & Health Homes Initiative Coordinator. The Green & Healthy Homes Initiative™ (GHHI) was established with support from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 30 philanthropic foundations and 12 pilot cities in 2008 to advance the work of lead poisoning prevention and Healthy Homes in a more comprehensive, sustainable and cost-effective manner. Continue reading “Program Coordinator”
Category: Environmental Health
Deadline: until filled
The Center for Reducing Health Disparities is seeking a Community Research Assistant to:
- Co-lead community research project on Hispanic integration in rural communities
- Develop and implement survey questionnaire/focus group protocol
- Enter and analyze all project-related data
- Develop community report about findings from the project and disseminate
- Write a reflective paper on experience with this project
CS-CASH is seeking FWS students to assist with community outreach projects, preparation of outreach materials, maintenance of CS-CASH database, collection and support of agricultural injury and fatality database, assist in preparation of grant proposal documents.
View the full job description below, and contact Ellen Duysen if interested.
NOTE: Must be eligible for Federal Work Study to apply.
The Task Force for Global Health is seeking a Data Manager for their International Trachoma Initiative. Experience managing data in SQL, and using R and ArcGIS is preferred.
View the full job description and application instructions in the below document.
Deadline: May 26
The Office of Health Equity of the California Department of Public Health seeks a research scientist experienced in epidemiology/biostatistics or social/behavioral sciences to lead research investigating the health impacts of the implementation of the ground-breaking California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006 (AB 32). AB 32 requires a reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, setting the stage for a transition to a sustainable, low-carbon future.
The Research Scientist IV will provide epidemiological and analytical leadership and support for the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Office of Health Equity regarding the implementation of AB 32 and climate change and health adaptation.