Public Health Job Opportunities

Program Manager with Stratis Health

Stratis Health just posted a new Program Manager position, which will be focused on rural and population health.  It’s a national search and the new Program Manager can be based anywhere in the U.S.; and it could be one full-time person or two part-time people.

Job listing:

Stratis is seeking a Program Manager to manage the planning and implementation of rural health care improvement and population health-focused projects.

This job is for you if you are (a)

  • Successful project manager with demonstrated experience managing small to large scale projects
  • Quality improvement educator, trainer, convener, and facilitator
  • Skilled at building and maintaining relationships
  • Good at communication, both verbal and written
  • Experienced with technical and/or proposal writing
  • Focused with a desire to both drive and execute projects
  • Able to find joy in problem-solving/pivoting/finding solutions
  • Able to synthesize information and concepts and use storytelling to impart messages and knowledge
  • Adaptable and comfortable with change and ambiguity
  • Committed to creative problem-solving, even under pressure
  • Team player – someone who enjoys working collaboratively with internal and external teams to meet deadlines and achieve goals
  • Committed to the advancement of inclusion, health equity, and racial justice

Community Health Educator

The Panhandle Public Health District is looking for a Community Health Educator to be responsible for coordinating, educating, and supporting a system of care for addiction; and supporting the health promotions team through evidence-based strategies to improve population health outcomes. Position will be based in the Scottsbluff, Hemingford, Sidney or Bridgeport office. Excellent wage and benefits.

For a complete job description and to download an application, please go to []. Send cover letter, resume, and completed application to Closing date May 24, 2021, or until filled.

Send cover letter, resume, and completed application to by May 24, 2021.

Omaha Healthy Start Program Manager

Charles Drew Health Center, Inc. is seeking someone to lead the Omaha Healthy Start Program.


The Omaha Health Start Program Manager (OHS PM) will lead a team focused on addressing Maternal Child Health (MCH) related needs with the aim of reducing rates of infant mortality. OHS PM will provide oversight for OHS Staff to ensure outreach, education, and case management goals are achieved. In addition, OHS PM will serve as the liaison between the team and community maternal child health initiatives in Douglas County, with a focus on North Omaha. As member of the Operations Department, the OHS PM will work in collaboration with CDHC leadership to ensure participants have necessary supports to meet their healthcare needs.

Wellness Promotion and Prevention Coordinator, Student Health and Counseling, UNK

Job Description or Duties

The Wellness Promotion and Prevention Coordinator will provide leadership in all aspects of health promotion, education, and prevention activities related to student health and well-being at UNK. The position works towards a shared agenda of broad-based cultural and systemic change through strong systemic connections with campus and community partners. Plans and implements campus programs and department curriculum.  Sets health goals/priorities for campus education based on American College Health Association/National College Health Assessment data and consistent with initiatives of the offices within Student Health and Counseling. Conduct data analysis utilizing SPSS, IRB, survey development, data trends, etc. Recruits, selects, and trains peer health educators and volunteers as well as provides oversight and direction to peer health educators. Teaches students the fundamentals of communication and presentation skills. Grant management: responsible for executing programming consistent with grant funding as well as keeping track of expenses. Coordinate and Chair UNK Substance Use Task Force Coalition, which includes scheduling meeting times with on and off campus stake holders; providing training opportunities to task force members; and, working with members to provide them with resources and grant funds to enhance their alcohol free programs. Plans and implements campus programs and events that promote healthy, safe, and responsible living. Maintain positive working relationships with a variety of regional, statewide and local coalitions to communicate UNK efforts and develop potential collaboration opportunities. Maintain positive working relationships with a variety of regional and statewide coalitions to communicate UNK efforts and develop potential collaboration opportunities.