Public Health Job Opportunities

Volunteer–Omaha Bicycle & Pedestrian Count

The City of Omaha is conducting its third bicycle and pedestrian count this month, and need the help of volunteers. (they are hoping to count people moving by foot or bicycle at 25 locations!)

They still need volunteers for two Saturdays:

12-2pm, Saturday, September 17th

and

12-2pm Saturday, September 24th

To volunteer, click here.

Masters level Collaborative statistician position

Deadline: until filled

This position is in the Department of Biostatistics and Informatics in a growing group of Masters and Doctoral collaborative and consulting biostatisticians. The collaborative work for this position is split between the Colorado Biostatistics Consortium and a major collaborative research group. The Colorado Biostatistics Consortium (CBC) is the consulting unit in the Department of Biostatistics and Informatics (DBI) in the Colorado School of Public Health. The collaborative research group’s major research focus is on critical illness and the role of the microbiome. They also investigate other ‘omics data to better understand critical illness.

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Student Research Assistant

Deadline: until filled

Dr. Soliman is seeking a work study student to help with various tasks related to the Cancer Epidemiology in Special Populations (CEESP) program.

View the job description below.

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If interested, please send a resumé to Dr. Soliman.

 

NOTE: must be eligible for Federal Work Study to apply–if unsure, please check your status with UNMC Financial Aid.

NE Cancer Registry (NCR) Informatician

Deadline: 9/7/16

Description of work: Support and maintain services regarding transmission of cancer data and pathology results between lab facilities, health care providers and the Nebraska Cancer Registry System. Develop systems for secure transport and acceptance of cancer data for interagency and external stakeholders use. Convert cancer data sets to meet Health Level 7 (HL7) specifications, create, and maintain implementation guides for data specifications. Assist health care providers and laboratory facilities in establishing ongoing cancer message feeds and provide and coordinate support between providers, laboratories and the State of Nebraska Office of Health Statistics. Continue reading “NE Cancer Registry (NCR) Informatician”