Public Health Job Opportunities

CHI Spring Intern, Healthier Communities & Community Benefit Division

CHI Health is seeking an intern to support efforts around collaboratively identifying community health needs, and working to write strategies to address unmet health needs across our system.  The work supports a team of system-level professionals who intentionally connect with system and hospital leadership, as well as community and governmental leaders to capture information, assess community needs, and determine how local CHI Health team members can engage in the work needed in each community across our marketplace.  Continue reading “CHI Spring Intern, Healthier Communities & Community Benefit Division”

Research Analyst

Review of applications will begin October 17, 2018.

The University of Nebraska Public Policy Center (PPC) is seeking a Research Analyst based in Lincoln
to collect and analyze data, write reports, develop research methodology, assist with grant writing, and
present findings that impact state, local and federal policy. The Research Analyst will join a diverse research
interdisciplinary team within the PPC that engages in a variety of research and consultation activities involving
private and public sector partners.

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Multiple Positions, Kansas Department of Health & Environment

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has a number of positions open, which may be of interest to COPH graduates. There are multiples jobs in the areas of health promotion, epidemiology and environmental health, but all concentrations are encouraged to take a look:

View all of their open positions here.

APHA Public Health Fellowship in Government

Deadline: 9/4/18

The call for applications for the 2019 APHA Public Health Fellowship in Government is underway. This is the 10th year APHA is offering this fellowship, which previous fellows have described as an “amazing,” “phenomenal” and “life altering” experience. The fellowship provides a unique learning opportunity and demonstrates the value and need for basing policy on sound science.

Candidates must have strong public health credentials and be able to spend one year in Washington, D.C.  The fellow will have the option of working in the House or Senate on legislative and policy issues such as creating healthy communities, improving health equity, addressing environmental health concerns, population health or the social determinants of health.

Training for the fellowship will begin in January 2019 so you must be able to move to the Washington, D.C., area in January. Throughout the year, the fellow will gain a practical knowledge of government and how the public policy process works. Continue reading “APHA Public Health Fellowship in Government”