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Position: WDPB Behavioral Scientist

Place of Employment: Global Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) Epidemiology Team, CDC

Additional Information: This is an Atlanta, GA-based position with travel. The successful candidate will work in collaboration with epidemiologists, health scientists, communication specialists, and environmental microbiologists from CDC headquarters, CDC country offices, and implementing partners to monitor and evaluate these projects. Specifically, they will assist with activities that will include developing protocols; designing monitoring plans; designing and analyzing data from qualitative evaluations to assess feasibility, acceptability, and adherence to WASH interventions; and compiling and disseminating evaluation results to key partners and stakeholders. This position will assist our program in implementing, monitoring, and evaluating activities to increase access to and use of WASH measures, such as hand hygiene, safely-managed sanitation, and regular environmental cleaning, to mitigate COVID-19 transmission in the short, medium, and long term. Projects are planned in the Eastern Africa Region and Central America Region and include efforts to improve access, management, and use of WASH measures in public places, households, and health care facilities.

Interested applicants can submit CVs to David Berendes and Matt Lozier.

Posted on January 15th.


Position: Epidemiologist, Research Associate (Southern Africa)

Place of Employment: Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI)

Additional Information: CHAI is seeking a highly motivated individual with strong public health experience and analytical skills. This individual will support surveillance, analytics, and programmatic activities related to malaria elimination efforts. The epidemiologist will focus primarily on supporting Mozambique and South Africa as well as other countries of southern Africa where CHAI is working. Specifically, the epidemiologist will contribute to the implementation and institutionalization of integrated malaria information systems, strengthening surveillance processes and technologies related to data collection tools and visualization (e.g. dashboards), monitoring and evaluation of surveillance systems, and analysis of routine malaria surveillance data and intervention data. As such, the individual will work with a number of individuals on CHAI’s global, regional and country teams and will therefore need to possess strong communication and organizational skills. It is expected that the epidemiologist will need to partner with government programs, academics and public health agencies to ensure CHAI’s work is complementary and not duplicative.

Interested applicants can apply here.

Posted on November 6th.


Position: Epidemiologist, Research Associate (Southern Africa)

Place of Employment: Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI)

Additional Information: CHAI is seeking a highly motivated individual with strong public health experience and analytical skills. This individual will support surveillance, analytics, and programmatic activities related to malaria elimination efforts. The Research Associate will focus primarily on supporting Angola and Namibia. Specifically, the Research Associate will contribute to the implementation and institutionalization of integrated malaria information systems, strengthening surveillance processes and technologies related to data collection tools and visualization (e.g. dashboards), monitoring and evaluation of surveillance systems, and analysis of routine malaria surveillance data and intervention data. As such, the individual will work with a number of individuals on CHAI’s global, regional and country teams and will therefore need to possess strong communication and organizational skills. It is expected that the Research Associate will need to partner with government programs, academics and public health agencies to ensure CHAI’s work is complementary and not duplicative.

Interested applicants can apply here.

Posted on November 6th.


Position: Various (community engagement specialists and supervisors, case investigators)

Place of Employment: COVID-19 Contact Tracing Initiative, NYC Health + Hospitals

Additional Information: Assorted positions involving community outreach, public engagement, and contact tracing in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in New York City.

Information on specific positions and application instructions can be found here.

Posted on November 30th.


Position: Various (project managers, data analysts, community health workers, and others)

Place of Employment: Fund for Public Health in New York City

Additional Information: FPHNYC is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of the health and well-being of all New Yorkers.

Information on specific positions and application instructions can be found here.

Posted on November 30th.


Position: Various (Contact tracers, epidemiologists, nurses, project managers, administrative assistants, and others)

Place of Employment: CDC Foundation – COVID Response Corps (locations around the country)

Additional Information: Today there are many job postings on their COVID-19 Corps jobs website, and it is being updated with new opportunities daily. For graduating students of public health with an undergraduate or master level degree this spring, students are encouraged to look at the listing at the end of the job postings for contact tracers nationwide. There are a number of contract tracer positions and as the front line COVID public health workers, these positions provide an outstanding opportunity to work with the nation’s lead agency charged with protecting the public’s health.

Posted on April 30th.


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 12th.


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 31st.


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.


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