The Seattle Veterans Affairs Epidemiologic Research and Information Center (ERIC) is 1 of 5 epidemiologic research centers in the national VA Cooperative Studies Program. Our expanding research portfolio includes studies addressing the physical and mental health of Veterans of all eras with a particular focus on those who served during the Vietnam and Iraq/Afghanistan eras. We are looking for a Research Assistant to support the program. Please see attached for job description.
Please send a cover letter and resume to SeattleCSPEC@va.gov and indicate the position you are interested in and where you first saw the ad. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled; however, materials received by May 23rd, 2018 will be considered first.
For more information about the Seattle ERIC, please see seattle.eric.research.va.gov.
Volunteer opportunities for a three-year project to assess and address the needs of the frequent users of Emergency Department. This project is funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. For more information, see the attached Flyer.
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Deadline: April 2018
Volunteer with the Metro Area Planning Agency to conduct walk audits, as part of the City of Omaha’s 13th Street Walkability Study. The audits will be conducted on April 18th, April 20th, and April 27th. Volunteers will need to register for each event. See the flyers for more information. Continue reading “Walk Audits with Metro Area Planning Agency”
Deadline: Varied–For Summer 2018
Legal Aid of Nebraska has several internship and volunteer opportunities for summer throughout Nebraska. There are openings in Omaha, Lincoln, Grand Island and North Platte. The internship is available through the Agricultural Worker Rights Program, which requires a proficiency in Spanish. The other opportunities are relevant to multiple areas, specific to social justice and poverty issues. A description of the corresponding opportunities may be found here.
Deadline: March 1, 2018
The Child Welfare Policy Analyst is a full time position with Nebraska Children’s Commission. Under administrative direction, this position serves as an expert resource to the Nebraska Children’s Commission, its committees and work groups on the child welfare system. Conducts research on and analyzes public policy relating to child welfare and prepares policy reports; leads projects and serves as a liaison among child welfare and juvenile justice stakeholders and the public; performs other related duties as assigned.
For additional details about this position, click here.