South Heartland District Health Department is seeking a new team member! Full-time position to lead community organizing and strengthen partnerships for public health emergency preparedness and response. See complete job posting and application at southheartlandhealth.org.
Category: Preparedness and Response
HRSA is announcing multiple positions within the HRSA Scholars Program, the HRSA Health Equity Fellowship Program, and Recent Graduate opportunities within HRSA bureaus and offices.
HRSA administers and manages both the HRSA Scholars Program and the HRSA Health Equity Fellowship Program as a cohort. There are a limited number of slots within each of these programs, but HRSA may also appoint applicants to Recent Graduate positions throughout the organization.
All three opportunities are one-year developmental programs for early-career professionals. Participants will grow, train, and prepare for a potential career in the federal government. All program participants will receive 40 hours of formal training, an individual development plan, and a mentor.
Upon successful completion of the Program requirements and acceptable performance evaluations, HRSA may convert participants of any Recent Graduate program to permanent positions and promote them to the next appropriate grade level.
The HRSA Scholars Program enhances HRSA’s ability to recruit, hire, develop, and retain high-quality individuals for entry-level professional positions. The cornerstone of the Scholars Program is a structured, individualized, 12-month development program during which participants rotate through HRSA’s bureaus and offices. HRSA Scholars will attend trainings as a group and will focus on specific public health programs. HRSA hires Scholars to a “home office,” but Scholars also rotate to different offices during their one-year appointment.
HRSA Health Equity Fellows also complete their 12-month program together as a cohort. The Fellows will follow a structured training curriculum, and will work alongside HRSA leaders to support projects that address health disparities and achieve healthy outcomes across the country.
Anyone who is interested should apply through this Recent Graduate announcement. HRSA will assess applicants based on the qualifications outlined below. If contacted for an interview, HRSA will tell applicants which opportunity they are being interviewed for (i.e. HRSA Scholars, HRSA Health Equity Fellows, or HRSA Recent Graduate Public Health Analyst).
NOTE: we have had COPH Graduates participate in these programs, and had great experiences!
The DHHS Division of Public Health is seeking a Epidemiologist to assist the Panhandle Public Health District in Scottsbluff, NE for a 1 year assignment with the possibility of an extension.
Examples of Work
Provide additional capacity for pandemic response at Panhandle Public Health District in Scottsbluff, NE. This position is responsible for compiling, analyzing, interpreting, investigating, and reporting public health data for purposes regarding surveillance, detection and prevention of disease and public health crises; managing public health surveillance databases and compiling data for technical reports for the Panhandle Public Health District (PPHD).
PATH is a global nonprofit dedicated to achieving health equity. With more than 40 years of experience forging multisector partnerships, and with expertise in science, economics, technology, advocacy, and dozens of other specialties, PATH develops and scales up innovative solutions to the world’s most pressing health challenges.
PATH’s Global Health Security Initiative (GHSI) leads several projects that serve the Global Health Security Agenda and aim to strengthen global capacity to prevent, detect, and respond to infectious disease threats. These include the five-year, Centers for Disease Control (CDC)-funded Global Health Security Partnership (GHSP) project; the USAID Infectious Disease Detection and Surveillance (IDDS) project; and the USAID Discovery and Exploration of Emerging Pathogens–Viral Zoonoses (DEEP VZN) and Fleming Fund projects aimed at combatting and preventing the spread of antimicrobial resistance.
GHSI is seeking a Data Manager to provide technical data management expertise across consortium partners to support the DEEP VZN project. The Data Manager will contribute to database development, management, and maintenance by identifying and solving database requirements and data modules for the Client Management Information System. The Data Manager will not only ensure that the MS SQL back end is operational and highly available and troubleshoot any database problems, including breakage and corruption of base tables, wrong formats, data types, and records, but will also do pre-analysis data management (data exportation, importation, frequencies as necessary, data quality assurance, and improvement). This position will be based in Seattle, WA or Washington, DC under the supervision and direction of the Project Director with technical guidance and support from technical experts from PATH Headquarters and in collaboration with consortium data management representatives. They will also work closely with the DEEP VZN Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Lead.
The Good Neighbor Community Health Center (locations in Columbus and Fremont) has a number of open positions, including:
Chief Public Health Officer
Emergency Response Coordinator
View all positions and apply online here: https://goodneighborcommunityhealthcenter.com/employment/careers-new.html