Public Health Job Opportunities

Community Impact and Analytics Intern

United Way of the Midlands is seeking a paid intern to begin in December and work through June 2018.

The United States Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and Agriculture awarded United Way of the Midlands a Community Food Planning grant to develop a comprehensive plan to reduce food insecurity and improve the nutritional quality of food in our region. The plan will be co-created over a 9-month period with input stakeholders across sectors to determine a vision, goals and strategies for food security in our region.

Overall, the intern will contribute to project administration and logistics, and assist with the development of deliverables that constitute a Community Food Plan.

View the full description and application instructions in the document below.

NIFA-CFP Description – 11.9

Public Health Coordinator

Deadline: 11/27/17

The Nebraska Chronic Disease Prevention and Control Program is seeking a Public Health Coordinator to plan, implement, and coordinate (1) pre-diabetes and high blood pressure lifestyle change programs and (2) the engagement of pharmacists in the community to support medication-/self-management for adults with high blood pressure and diabetes.¬† Continue reading “Public Health Coordinator”

CSTE Applied Epi Fellowship–application now open

Deadline: January 12, 2018

The application for the CSTE Applied Epidemiology fellowship is now open, and can be found on the fellowship website.

Now is the time to start putting your application pieces together (the online application, resumé, personal statement, and determining who you will ask to write recommendation letters). The host site billets (descriptions) will be posted online by December, so do not complete your application until you have thoroughly reviewed those and selected your focus areas.

If you need more information, and/or are interested in applying, please work closely with COPH Career Services.