The Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering (ABE) at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign campus is seeking an Assistant/Associate Professor of Agricultural & Industrial Safety & Health. View the document below for description and application instructions.
Category: Injury Prevention
One ORISE research opportunities are available with the U.S. Army Public Health Center, located at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD. This opportunity is seeking recent graduates with a Master’s in Public Health, Epidemiology, Exercise Science, or related field within the past five years. U.S. Citizenship is required. The opportunity is scheduled for twelve months and can be renewed up to a total of five years of research participation. This opportunity includes, but is not limited to the following:
An appointment is available at the Army Public Health Center (APHC) in the Injury Prevention Division (IPD). The individual will participate with APHC IPD scientific teams to collect and analyze information on injuries, fitness, and related programs centered around members of the Armed Services. The candidate will assist with literature review, study design, data collection (which may require travel), data management, statistical analysis with SAS and SPSS, and production of technical reports, publications, and other products. The candidate should have knowledge of descriptive and analytical statistics and their use in SAS and SPSS. S/he must be able to analyze, interpret, write up, and publicly present results.
View the full job description and apply online via the ORAU website here.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has several open positions which would be great for COPH graduates:
Arthritis Program Manager (10/2)
Public Health Educator (9/27)
Public Service Executive for Birth Defects Program (9/27)
Learn about pesticide exposure/toxicology from your new team at the National Pesticide Information Center (npic.orst.edu) and translate that knowledge into training materials for medical professionals nationwide. Continue reading “Pesticide Education Coordinator for Medical Professionals”
All Federal Work Study (FWS) positions for the 2018-19 Academic Year are now posted.
A few things to know:
- You must be eligible for FWS, according to your 2018-19 FAFSA. If you are unsure of your eligibility, please contact UNMC Financial Aid.
- If you are a current/returning UNMC student, you may begin working in a position as early as Friday, July 6th.
- If you are an incoming/Fall 2018 UNMC student, your first day of work cannot be before the first day of classes (August 20th).
- For more information about FWS, click here.
- Reach out to the contact person for positions you are interested in, and they will provide any special application instructions.
If you have questions or need assistance, contact Brenda Nickol with COPH Career Services.
2018-19 COPH FWS Positions:
- FILLED ACE Internationalization Lab Graduate Assistant
- Dean’s Office Student Worker
- (CRHD) – Community Research Assistant
- College of public Health (EAOH) Agricultural Center Assistant
- College of public Health (EAOH) Lab Assistant
- College of Public Health Epidemiology Graduate Assistant for Dr. Baccaglini
- College of Public Health Epidemiology Graduate Assistant for Drs. Medcalf and Cieslak
- College of Public Health Epidemiology Research Assistant
- College of Public Health Epidemiology Student Research Assistant
- College of Public Health Epidemiology Teacher Assistant for Dr. Hill
- College of Public Health Epidemiology Teacher Assistant for Dr. Baccaglini
- College of Public Health Health Promotion Community Student Research Assistant
- College of Public Health Health Promotion Research Assistant
- College of Public Health (OPHP) Practice Program Assistant