Public Health Job Opportunities

Public Health Data Coordinator

The Department of Health and Human Services is seeking a Public Health Data Coordinator for the Nebraska Chronic Disease Prevention and Control Program. This position works as part of a collaborative team and provides facilitative leadership in the design and implementation of the chronic disease performance measures monitoring system and epidemiology activities to track progress and outcomes for the program.

The primary purpose of this position is to monitor the distribution, patterns, and trends of chronic diseases and their health risk factors/behaviors as well as to compile, analyze, and report data related to the burden of these risk factors/behaviors and chronic diseases.  Continue reading “Public Health Data Coordinator”

Multiple Positions w/Kansas Department of Health and Environment

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has several openings which may be of interest, including immunization program epidemiologist, public health educator (cardiovascular disease), multiple data analyst positions, STI/HIV grants coordinator, and program coordinator (public service executive) for the birth defects program.

View job openings and apply online here.

 

Chronic Disease Epidemiologist

 

The Department of Health and Human Services is seeking a Chronic Disease Epidemiologist for the Nebraska Chronic Disease Prevention and Control Program. This position works as part of a collaborative team and provides facilitative leadership in the design and implementation of the chronic disease performance measures monitoring system and epidemiology activities to track progress and outcomes for the program.

This position is federally funded and may be governed by the Federal Hatch Act. Click here to review the Act.

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Volunteer Manager

At the Alzheimer’s Association we are the brains behind saving yours.  Many of us who work for the Alzheimer’s Association have some connection with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia. It’s what drives us to make the extra effort in the daunting task of modifying a disease that currently has no cure. With 78 million baby boomers entering the age of greatest risk for Alzheimer’s, we need passionate, hardworking people committed to helping the Association meet the increasing demand for care and support and fund vital Alzheimer’s research.

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