Public Health Job Opportunities

Presidential Management Fellows

The Class of 2017 Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Program application launched today and closes at 11:59:59pm (Eastern Time) on Thursday, December 1, 2016.

 

The announcement can be found on USAJOBS (www.USAJOBS.gov) by searching for “Presidential Management Fellows” during the open period.

 

To learn more about eligibility and how to apply, please review the “Become a PMF” section on the PMF website at www.pmf.gov.  This section also provides the “2017 PMF Assessment Preparation Guide” to prepare for the on-line assessment.

Zika-related positions

TEPHINET is recruiting three consultants for Zika-related positions. Below, please find the links to the descriptions/application forms for each position. Please note that, in order to view and submit the application form on each page, you must be registered and logged into www.tephinet.org – if you view these links without logging in, you’ll see only the descriptions.

Epidemiologist: http://tephinet.org/content/epidemiologist

Public Health Advisor: http://tephinet.org/content/public-health-advisor

Birth Defects Specialist: http://tephinet.org/content/birth-defects-specialist

Student Research Assistant

Deadline: until filled

Dr. Soliman is seeking a work study student to help with various tasks related to the Cancer Epidemiology in Special Populations (CEESP) program.

View the job description below.

Work study Position Epidemiology 2016_v 2Soliman

If interested, please send a resumé to Dr. Soliman.

 

NOTE: must be eligible for Federal Work Study to apply–if unsure, please check your status with UNMC Financial Aid.

Multiple Opportunities in Global Health

IDinsight is looking for exceptional candidates to join our fast-growing teams across Africa, Asia and the US. Come work on some of the most important and challenging problems in the world!

We are on a mission to ensure every dollar and decision made towards fighting poverty is based on rigorous, contextually appropriate evidence. Continue reading “Multiple Opportunities in Global Health”