The Center for Health Outcomes and Population Research at Sanford Research is seeking an Assistant Research Scientist to lead the Center’s Evaluation Core. This position will be expected to lead evaluation projects in a wide array of public health areas, including maternal-child health, adolescent health, and family health. This includes (but is not limited to) assisting in grant development, conducting quantitative data analysis, and providing input on quality assurance to partners. In addition, this individual will be expected to support the evaluation of projects funded by internal faculty members of the Center. Finally, this individual will be in charge of promoting evaluation and methodology services of our Center, including creating a business plan, meeting with potential internal and external partners, and being the go-to person for evaluation requests. We expect that this person will lead a team of up to two Research Associates. Continue reading “Assistant Scientist at Center for Health Outcomes and Population Research”
This position is located at the Department of Health Services (DHS); Division of Public Health (DPH); Bureau of Community Health Promotion (BCHP); Family Health Section; Maternal Child Health Unit, in Madison, WI., or we would be open to a Teleworker but they would need to come to the central office for the first few months for training. For more information about DPH, visit our website at https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/dph/index.htm
This position is a lead for maternal and child health data issues, including data for the Title V MCH Block Grant and related activities, surveillance to monitor trends, and the evaluation of effectiveness of prevention strategies. Continue reading “MCH Epidemiologist”
Deadline: September 7, 2017
The AgriSafe Network has an opening for a data analyst Intern. The Intern is responsible for supporting the work of Invest in Your Health evaluation team. The intern will provide data analyst support to measure program outcomes and changes in behavior among student participants. The intern will also write summary reports and participate in team meetings.
Under the direction of the Executive Director, the internship is an unpaid, 2-4 month opportunity with the possibility of extension. It is designed for students to obtain relevant work experience in order to be competitive for future positions in public health or other non-profit/for profit arenas, with an emphasis on agricultural occupational health. Students will also gain skills in the area of data analysis, evaluation, health communications, and behavior change theory. Continue reading “Data Analyst Intern”
National Jewish Health in Denver, Colorado, announces a job opening for a Clinical Research Coordinator in the Division of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences. Continue reading “Clinical Research Coordinator”