Postings listed here are still open. If you have questions about a job posting, please reach out to program staff for further information.
Position: Various positions in the field of Healthcare Research, Health Information Technology, Value-Based Services/Quality
Place of Employment: Health Choice Network
Additional Information: Health Choice Network (HCN) is a health services company based in Miami, Fla. They work with more than 50 community health centers to improve the quality and accessibility of medical, dental, and mental health care provided in underserved communities. Multiple job openings are available and are listed at the HCN Career page.
To find and apply to specific positions, visit the HCN Career page.
Posted on November 12.
Position: Various career options in community organizing for social justice
Place of Employment: Direct Action and Research Training Center (DART)
Additional Information: Fluent Spanish speakers are encouraged to apply. Positions start in January or August 2020 and are located in a variety of states. Further information about the positions and locations is listed here and here. DART is holding an online info session on Wednesday, November 6 at 7 p.m. to discuss careers in community organizing. All UF students and alumni are welcome, particularly those graduating before August 2020. Interested individuals can RSVP at www.thedartcenter.org/UF.
Updated on October 22.
Position: Health Communications Fellow
Place of Employment: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Additional Information: This is an ORISE fellowship position. This fellow will work in the Division of Global Migration & Quarantine’s Travelers’ Health Branch on health communication and education projects for travelers and travel medicine experts. Additional information can be found in the job posting.
Application information can be found here. The job posting closes on January 11.
Posted on October 16.
Position: California Epidemiologic Investigation Service Fellow
Place of Employment: California Department of Public Health
Additional Information: The California Epidemiologic Investigation Service (Cal-EIS) is a one- or two-year program for promising epidemiologists to gain hands-on experience working with an epidemiologist preceptor in either local or state health departments in California. Program FAQs can be found here.
To apply, complete the application form found here. The deadline to apply is November 1, and the fellowship will begin on July 1, 2020.
Posted on September 16.
Position: HIV High Impact Prevention Program Coordinator
Place of Employment: WellFlorida Community Initiatives department
Additional Information: This position is responsible for the coordination, development, and achievement of the HIV High Impact Prevention Program, which offers HIV testing, outreach and education; evidence-based programming including Business Responds to AIDS (BRTA), Popular Opinion Leader (POL), and Anti-Retroviral Treatment and Access to Services (ARTAS); and uses various marketing techniques to promote HIV High Impact Prevention Programming in a 15 county region. Further information can be found in this document.
To apply, email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted on August 14.
Position: Accreditation Coordinator
Place of Employment: Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH)
Additional Information: This position manages the accreditation review process, including logistics, for assigned schools and programs, and coordinates accreditation on-site visits. Further information can be found in this document and at this website.
To apply, follow all 3 steps listed here.
Posted on July 31.
Position: Community Initiatives Senior Planner
Place of Employment: WellFlorida Healthy Start
Additional Information: This position requires health planning and administrative knowledge, skills, and ability and in the coordination, development, and achievement of major agency projects for both internal and external clients. General responsibilities include individual project development and management, assigned management and coordination of project workflow, marketing and outreach, and collecting, analyzing, evaluating, and presenting research information, plans, and programs for health system and health policy development and community health improvement. Further information can be found in this document.
To apply, email your resume to email@example.com.
Posted on July 10.
Position: Science and Technology Innovation Program (STIP) Intern
Place of Employment: The Wilson Center
Additional Information: Three internship options are available– research, social media and blogging, and a special project internship for Earth Challenge 2020. This internship is located in DC. Full details of the internship, including assignment examples, and application process, are available here.
To apply, email Elizabeth.Newbury@wilsoncenter.org with a cover letter explaining your interest in STIP, CV/resume, and a 1-2 page writing sample demonstrating your work in science and technology research. Please specify in the subject line the intended time period for your internship with [Semester] [Year] Internship, i.e. Spring 2019 Internship. Please note any specific interests in the subject line, i.e. “Spring 2019 Earth Challenge 2020 Internship.
NOTE: This listing is for an unpaid internship, not a paid job.
Position: Associate Epidemiologist
Place of Employment: Decision Resources Group
Additional Information: This job is located in Princeton, NJ.
To apply, visit this page.