Public Health Job Opportunities

Epidemiologist III/Epidemiologists Team Lead

Deadline: February 13, 2017

The Texas Department of State Health Services is seeking an Epidemiologist III.

(Requisition number –345812) : Under limited supervision of the Manager for the Office of Surveillance, Evaluation and Research (OSER) within the Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention Section (HPCDPS), performs advanced and senior-level epidemiological analysis and surveillance activities for the HPCDPS programs. Serves as Epidemiology Team lead for OSER. Oversees the initiation, planning and development of epidemiological projects related to chronic diseases and risk factors. Responsible for the implementation of policies and protocols to ensure completion of epidemiological projects and activities. Responsible for identifying and examining extant sources of data for chronic diseases. Oversees data collection and surveillance activities to ensure quality control. Assists the OSER Branch Manager and the HPCDPS Director in the coordination of epidemiological activities across the branch and section. Writes data and surveillance reports as required by internal and external management, and funding sources.

 

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Internship

Deadline: until filled

The Elkhorn Logan Valley Public Health Department is seeking an intern. See the document below for details on the potential opportunities, and instructions for applying.

 

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ASPPH Fellowships

Deadlines: 1/27/17 and 2/10/17

Two ASPPH Fellowship applications are now open, with January and February deadlines. One is the EPA Environmental Health Fellowship, and the other is with NHTSA. Information about both fellowships is below, and visit the ASPPH website for full info and application instructions: http://www.aspph.org/study/fellowships-and-internships/

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CDC/CSTE Applied Epidemiology Fellowship

Deadline: January 13, 2017

The CDC/CSTE Applied Epidemiology Fellowship application is officially open. The goal of the Fellowship is to provide a high quality training experience and to secure long-term career placement for Fellows at the state or local level. Participating fellows will receive two years of on-the-job training at a state or local health agency under the guidance of an experienced mentor. The Fellowship’s mission is to meet the nation’s ongoing need for applied epidemiology workforce capacity in state and local health departments through a national fellowship-training program.

There truly is no better way to gain experience and further your Epi skills if you are interested in applied Epi, in a practice setting.

Access all of the program details and application online here.

If you decide to apply this year, please make sure to work closely with COPH Career Services on all of your application materials.