The PMF Program is one of the premiere federal level fellowships, and is an ideal way to start a career in federal service. The application for the 2022 PMF class will be open from September 28 – October 12. The PMF website has a lot of helpful information: https://www.pmf.gov/become-a-pmf/overview/
The program is also hosting a series of webinars to walk through details of the program, application and selection process. See below for webinar dates and times.
Public Health Solutions (local health department) in Crete, NE is seeking to fill two positions:
This position assists with the development, implementation, and assessment of public health programs and activities. Primarily works with Minority Health and Health Equity programs. Expectation is that duties can be performed for any program and can change as organization priorities and funding change. Bilingual required.
Data & Surveillance Specialist
The Data & Surveillance Specialist supports many departmental programs with data and information gathering. This position will collect, analyze, and disseminate data from various sources to help determine priority needs.
View the job descriptions and apply online here.
Children’s Hospital and Medical Center is searching for a Community Benefit Manager to manage and oversee Community Benefit tracking, reporting, and planning activities in coordination with leadership at the Center for the Child & Community and Finance Department. Collaborates with departments throughout the organization to ensure the identification, tracking, reporting and documentation of Community Benefit activities. Support planning and implementation of community health programs and ensure compliance and accountability with all Community Benefit activities as it relates to the Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) goals, Implementation Strategy Plan (ISP) and other identified expectations.
The American Indian Cancer Foundation (AICAF) is committed to reducing cancer burdens of Indigenous
people through improved access to prevention, early detection, treatment, and survivor support. The
RESEARCH COORDINATOR is responsible for coordinating one or more community-based research
projects and coordination with other research staff in achieving program goals with adherence to work
plans. The ideal candidate will have experience working with Indigenous communities, extensive
community-based public health research experience, and the skillset to assist in all aspects of obtaining
funding and publishing research findings. In addition to research responsibilities, this position will also
support various evaluation components through an Indigenous lens. This is a great opportunity to lead
community-driven research in partnership with the trusted community and academic partners.
It is the season for Health Administration Fellowship applications! Bryan Health in Lincoln is one of the healthcare systems that offers an exceptional opportunity for new graduates to start their career in health administration. We have had several COPH graduates complete these fellowships, including at Bryan Health, and all have had amazing experiences.
See document attached for additional information on the Bryan Health opportunity. Reach out to Career Services for assistance with your application, and/or to be connected to a COPH alumnae who completed the fellowship.
See additional Health Admin Fellowships via ACHE here: https://www.ache.org/career-resource-center/seek-new-opportunities/postgraduate-fellowships