Omaha Healthy Kids Alliance is seeking a full-time Case Coordinator.
Omaha Healthy Kids Alliance is a nonprofit organization that works to create a Healthy Home for every child. Our main goal is to bring awareness and education to families in the city about environmental hazards, green and Healthy Homes and lead poisoning. We believe that education is fundamental for empowering people and creating change. Continue reading “Case Coordinator”
The COPH Dean’s Office is seeking two federal work study students to assist with various tasks. See the job description below. If interested, please email a cover letter and resume to Aleta Gaertner.
Must be eligible for Federal Work Study (a part of the federal financial aid program).
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The University of Nebraska-Lincoln seeks to attract and retain a high performing and diverse workforce in which employees’ differences are respected and valued to better meet the varying needs of the diverse populations we serve. The university fosters a diverse and inclusive work environment that promotes collaboration so that all individuals are able to participate and contribute to their full potential. Continue reading “Project Coordinator”
The Nebraska Division of Public Health is seeking a creative, self-starter that will take the lead role in community health education and sub-recipient monitoring activities for the Nebraska Reproductive Health and Adolescent Health programs. This person will coordinate the provision of administrative, clinical, and financial training for staff at federally funded public health clinics across Nebraska, as well as planning and delivering evidence-based curricula and topical professional development trainings in a variety of community settings. Key to this position is analyzing retrospective data, studying trends, and conducting assessments to analyze need and evaluate programs. Continue reading “Reproductive and Adolescent Health Coordinator”
The Center for Health Outcomes and Population Research at Sanford Research is seeking an Assistant Research Scientist to lead the Center’s Evaluation Core. This position will be expected to lead evaluation projects in a wide array of public health areas, including maternal-child health, adolescent health, and family health. This includes (but is not limited to) assisting in grant development, conducting quantitative data analysis, and providing input on quality assurance to partners. In addition, this individual will be expected to support the evaluation of projects funded by internal faculty members of the Center. Finally, this individual will be in charge of promoting evaluation and methodology services of our Center, including creating a business plan, meeting with potential internal and external partners, and being the go-to person for evaluation requests. We expect that this person will lead a team of up to two Research Associates. Continue reading “Assistant Scientist at Center for Health Outcomes and Population Research”