Public Health Job Opportunities

Director – Research and Evaluation

Deadline: until filled

The United Way of the Midlands is seeking a Director of Research and Evaluation to be responsible for assuring the integrity of data usage, methodology employed, and measurement instruments researched or developed by the analytics department. She/he contributes statistical and research methods acumen for the purpose of determining opportunities, progress, and the impact of programming, interventions, and change initiatives. Continue reading “Director – Research and Evaluation”

Value-Based Reimbursement Analyst

Deadline: until filled

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska is seeking a Value-Based Reimbursement Analyst, to participate in the development and coordination of innovative programs designed to transition from fee-for-service reimbursement to a system based on value (e.g., Patient Centered Medical Homes, Accountable Care Organizations, pay-for-performance initiatives, payor gain-sharing, bundled payments, etc).   Continue reading “Value-Based Reimbursement Analyst”

MCH Internship

The Division of Maternal and Child Health Workforce Development at HRSA’s Maternal and Child Health Bureau is initiating a ‘rolling’ internship recruitment process.

View the document below for more details and instructions.

DMCHWD Rolling-Internship-Announcement

Although this is unpaid, this does offer unparalleled experience for students interested in MCH.

Health Administration Fellowships

If you are interested in a career in Health Administration, there is no better way to get your foot in the door than one of the Health Admin Fellowships, post graduation. The selection process is lengthy, with most of the applications due in early September. So, if you are planning to graduate within the next year, this is the time to be putting together your applications.  Continue reading “Health Administration Fellowships”

Vanderbilt Administrative Fellowship Program

Deadline: September 9th

The administrative fellowship at Vanderbilt University Medical Center provides a unique two-year fellowship experience. This experience is broken down into 3 phases: comprehensive rotations, development of core competencies, and project leadership, or as we call it, “See One, Do One, Lead One.” This structure allows fellows ample time to observe how the entire medical center operates, identify professional interests, and showcase leadership. Continue reading “Vanderbilt Administrative Fellowship Program”