The 2021 application period for PHAP candidates is now open through 11:59 pm (ET), January 29.
The Public Health Associate Program (PHAP) is a competitive, two-year, paid training program with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. PHAP associates are assigned to public health agencies and nongovernmental organizations in the United States and US territories, and work alongside other professionals across a variety of public health settings.
Throughout the two-year training program, associates gain hands-on experience that will serve as a foundation for their public health careers. After completing the program, PHAP graduates are qualified to apply for jobs with public health agencies and organizations.
View more information and apply here.
The Wisconsin Division of Public Health has a current opening for the Chief Medical Officer for the Bureau of Community Health Promotion. This position also serves as the State Epidemiologist for MCH and Chronic Disease. The deadline to apply is February 8, 2021.
Since 1995, Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH) Fellowship Programs have contributed to efforts to build an effective public health workforce by placing public health graduate students in federal agency offices in the US and around the world. Under the guidance of mentors, participants experience first-hand how to apply public health theory and knowledge in practical settings. ASPPH fellows train in areas such as monitoring and surveillance, program management, research, evaluation, informatics, statistics, epidemiology, environmental health, and policy while making meaningful contributions to important public health programs.
Incumbent works under the direction of the Douglas County Assessor/Register of Deeds, Manager of the Geographic Information System (GIS) department, or designee, performing GIS support functions involving the preparation and annual maintenance of a cadastral map system and analysis of legal descriptions.
There are two Assistant Professor of Practice faculty positions(twelve-month, non-tenure track) to teach graduate courses within the Department of Public Health in the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s (UTK) College of Education, Health and Human Sciences.