Public Health Job Opportunities

Domestic Violence Outreach Coordinator -Native American Program

Legal Aid of Nebraska seeks an Outreach Coordinator for its Native American Program. The position is based in the Bancroft or Omaha office. With the support of the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska, Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska, and Santee Sioux Nation, Legal Aid’s Native American Program has developed a program to help end domestic violence and other forms of victimization in Nebraska’s Native American communities.  Continue reading “Domestic Violence Outreach Coordinator -Native American Program”

Research and Policy Coordinator

The Women’s Fund of Omaha is seeking a Research and Policy Coordinator to oversee the research, advocacy and public policy work of the organization. This position is expected to build relationships with key stakeholders, partners, and policymakers to enhance organizational influence in public policy. This includes developing research and evaluating findings regarding complex policy issues impacting women and girls. Continue reading “Research and Policy Coordinator”

Project Coordinator

CHI Health is seeking a Project Coordinator for their 5-4-3-2-1 Go! ® Healthy Kids lifestyle campaign.

Program Description:

The Community Benefit & Healthier Communities (CB&HC) team at CHI Health has been implementing a campaign promoting healthy habits to children in kindergarten through 5th grade in multiple counties in Nebraska for several years.  The goal of this initiative is to reduce overweight/obesity in children in CHI Health service areas through a community-wide campaign using the 5-4-3-2-1 Go! ®message. The main strategies include engagement in schools and out-of-school setting, promotion in clinics, and outreach in the community through events and media. The Coordinator will execute current work plans in Douglas, Sarpy, and Cass Counties, assist leads in Colfax and Pierce counties to execute their work plans, and work with the Community Benefit team to develop additional strategies which may or may not include expanding to other communities. Continue reading “Project Coordinator”

Project Coordinator

NYU Dentistry, Department of Pediatric Dentistry

 

Project Coordinator Position

 

Start Date: January 2018

 

Project coordinator for multi-site clinical trial. The coordinator will review all study related documents, including protocol, Case Report Forms, Manual of Procedures, Quality and Data Management Plans, Clinical Monitoring Plans and Safety Monitoring plans. The coordinator will work under the direction of the Principal Investigator, to facilitate the recruitment and enrollment of an adequate number of appropriate subjects, using appropriate language skills as needed. The coordinator will also work closely with the lead Project/Data Manager from a partnering institution to maintain consistency in administration, data management and reporting. Responsibilities will include writing and maintaining regulatory documents with the IRB, data management, and overseeing the conduct and documentation associated with all study aims. Position will involve weekly travel throughout New York City to project locations.

 

Required Education: Bachelor’s degree, with emphasis on communication or public health

Preferred Education: Master’s in Public Health

 

Required Experience: At least two years’ experience coordinating a health service program or research program

Preferred Experience: Experience in community-based administration. Experience in research project or clinical trial coordination. Experience in early childhood health.

 

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Excellent organizational skills with strong individual initiative. Very good interpersonal skills and ability to work with a variety of personalities and populations. Strong computing skills and excellent writing skills.

Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Grant writing and administration skills. Strong presentation skills. Knowledge in budget management. Spanish language skills.

 

 

 

Please send resume/CV and cover letter to Samantha Shrager at sshrager@nyu.edu