Public Health Job Opportunities

Community Impact and Analytics Intern

United Way of the Midlands is seeking a paid intern to begin in December and work through June 2018.

The United States Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and Agriculture awarded United Way of the Midlands a Community Food Planning grant to develop a comprehensive plan to reduce food insecurity and improve the nutritional quality of food in our region. The plan will be co-created over a 9-month period with input stakeholders across sectors to determine a vision, goals and strategies for food security in our region.

Overall, the intern will contribute to project administration and logistics, and assist with the development of deliverables that constitute a Community Food Plan.

View the full description and application instructions in the document below.

NIFA-CFP Description – 11.9

Public Health Coordinator

Deadline: 11/27/17

The Nebraska Chronic Disease Prevention and Control Program is seeking a Public Health Coordinator to plan, implement, and coordinate (1) pre-diabetes and high blood pressure lifestyle change programs and (2) the engagement of pharmacists in the community to support medication-/self-management for adults with high blood pressure and diabetes.¬† Continue reading “Public Health Coordinator”

Special Projects Coordinator

The Metro Omaha Medical Society (www.omahamedical.com) is a non-profit, professional organization dedicated to meeting the diverse needs of its member physicians in their roles as both providers and patient advocates. We are currently seeking a candidate who is detail oriented, able to manage multiple projects, and has demonstrated proficient writing skills to serve as the Special Projects Coordinator (currently part-time, with possibility to become full-time). Job duties are as follows:

 

  • Co-manages grant from The Physicians Foundation to reduce physician burnout and improve resiliency
  • Manages the Medical Society Public Health Committee
  • Manages administrative duties of the Immunization Task Force
  • Represents the Medical Society at various community initiatives focused on public health
  • Serves as the liaison to medical students and residents/fellows regarding membership and programming
  • Helps to orchestrate CME opportunities for member physicians
  • Assist in seeking out future grants and writing proposals

 

Interested individuals should email their resume and cover letter to wclausen@omahamedical.com.

NVDRS Program Manager

NVDRS PROGRAM MANAGER
College of Education and Human Sciences
University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Under administrative direction, position manages the Nebraska Violent Death Reporting System program, including planning, organization, implementation and evaluation of all program components; coordinates the technical operations and activities necessary to support the program; coordinates services with other State, local and Federal agencies, health professionals, and service agencies; performs related work as assigned. Continue reading “NVDRS Program Manager”