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National Network of Public Health Institutes: Research and Evaluation Manager

  • Jan 9
  • Posted By: kdabdoub

Position Summary:
NNPHI is seeking an experienced professional to serve as the Research and Evaluation Manager.  The Research and Evaluation Manager will collaborate with NNPHI staff, members, and national funders and partners to advance research and evaluation efforts that align with the organization’s mission. The successful candidate will be involved in all aspects of studies employing both qualitative and quantitative methods from project management to instrument development to focus group moderation to data analysis and writing. This involves (1) designing and implementing research and evaluation plans and projects, (2) overseeing new and existing projects; (3) data management, statistical analysis, interpretation, and reporting, and (4) promoting and facilitating research and evaluation capacity building among NNPHI program staff and external partners and clients.  The Research and Evaluation Manager will be based out of NNPHI’s New Orleans or Washington DC office. Applicants should indicate preference of location in the application documentation. The position requires approximately monthly travel.

Primary Responsibilities:
While this position will be involved in a variety of tasks, the Research and Evaluation Manger will work closely with the NNPHI leadership and staff on the following primary duties: 
 
Project Management, New Business, and Other Tasks 
  • Provide overall project management, including developing and managing timelines, leading project planning and implementation, and coordinating with NNPHI staff, members, consultants, and partners to achieve stated goals. 
  • Build and maintain effective working relationships with funders, partners, contractors and project participants/collaborators. 
  • Manage and assure quality performance of contractors.
  • Develop proposals for new business through collaborative writing and editing.
  • Provide logistical and organizational support for research and evaluation projects (e.g., logistics for conducting focus groups, note-taking during focus groups, etc.).
  • Attend project meetings, as appropriate, and performing other related duties.
 
Data Collection and Analysis  
  • Conduct qualitative data collection/analysis, including developing focus group and interview guides, conducting interviews and facilitating focus group discussions with a range of stakeholders, and analyzing qualitative data.
  • Support  quantitative data collection/analysis, including analyzing secondary data as well as assisting in primary data collection (e.g., developing survey instruments, overseeing survey administration, conducting statistical analysis such as frequencies and bivariate analyses).
  • Conduct other research-related activities, as needed, such as literature reviews and environmental scans, including searching academic databases, reading and synthesizing published studies, and writing draft reports.
 
Translation and Dissemination
  • Synthesize data from multiple sources (e.g., focus groups, surveys, secondary data, literature reviews) and interpreting findings so that they are relevant and meaningful to public health practitioners, policymakers and other stakeholders. 
  • Develop reports, peer-reviewed publications, abstracts, presentations and other deliverables through collaborative writing and editing.
  • Present study findings to community and stakeholder audiences at various forums including national conferences.
  • Facilitate conversations with partners and stakeholders that support the use of data and evaluation findings to support collaborative decision making. 
 
Support the Mission and Vision of NNPHI and its Member Network
  • In conjunction with NNPHI leadership, staff, member institutes, and partners, support development of a shared research and evaluation agenda for the Network. 
  • Monitor national initiatives and trends in the field of public health as well as innovations and best practices from other sectors to ensure that NNPHI staff teams remain well-informed. 
  • Enhance organizational excellence by ensuring alignment with the public health evidence base, emerging trends, and the relevant literature; ensure that innovations are incorporated into NNPHI programmatic activities and shared across the organization. 
  • Identify technological tools to enhance and support NNPHI’s capacity and programs. 
  • Supervise staff as assigned; participate in performance assessments of program staff, goal setting, and support professional development on an ongoing basis.
Qualifications:
  • Master’s degree in related field and at least five to seven years of related and progressively more responsible postgraduate experience; doctoral level coursework preferred.  
  • Expertise in conducting and leading qualitative data collection/analysis; quantitative data collection and analysis skills a plus.
  • Comfort with facilitating planning and strategic thinking processes, including collaborative decision-making processes.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively on a team and with diverse partners.
  • Creativity and ability to leverage data and discover potential opportunities for growth and innovation.
  • Success mentoring and supervising  staff and contractors.
  • Experience working in a team-oriented, collaborative environment; experience in virtual team environments is a plus.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, with the ability to communicate technical information in a non-technical manner. 
  • Strong organizational and problem solving skills, including the ability to manage multiple tasks and respond to multiple demands simultaneously.
  • Familiarity with project management tools and/or software packages; MS Project, Visio, SharePoint and expertise in MS Office.
  • Experience working with major statistical software packages including SAS, Stata, and / or Nvivo.
  • Familiarity with contracting and grants. 
Salary/Benefits:
1. Salary range of $50,000 - $70,000, dependent on education, locality, and experience.
2.  A highly competitive benefits package is offered to all NNPHI staff.
 
To Apply:
Please send CV, cover letter, salary requirement and three professional references to:
Subject line: Attn: NNPHI Research and Evaluation Manager.
 
Equal Opportunity Employer
 

National Network of Public Health Institutes: Senior Manager, Performance Improvement Initiatives

  • Jan 9
  • Posted By: kdabdoub

Position Summary:
NNPHI is seeking an experienced professional to serve as the Senior Manager for Performance Improvement Initiatives. The Senior Manager will collaborate with NNPHI staff, members, national funders and partners to advance a performance improvement agenda that aligns with the organization’s mission. The successful candidate will also support capacity building within NNPHI, across its membership, and in support of health system partners across the country, including governmental public health agencies, hospitals and non-profit organizations. This position will be based in either NNPHI’s Washington, DC or New Orleans offices. Applicants should indicate preference of location in their application documentation. This position requires frequent travel of approximately 20%.

Primary Responsibilities:
  • Contribute to the development of an agenda for NNPHI’s performance improvement initiatives, including the support of state, local, tribal, and territorial health departments preparing to apply for accreditation through the Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB). 
  • Develop proposals to support priorities identified in the Performance Improvement agenda.
  • Facilitate the development, design, implementation and evaluation of programs and special projects.  Includes developing and managing budgets and project resources.
  • Develop and provide leadership to high-performing, multi-disciplinary teams that engage staff, members, and contractors to achieve project/program goals.  
  • Collaborate with team members and stakeholders to document and share lessons learned both internally and externally.
  • Contribute to the integration of performance improvement strategies and processes in NNPHI operations and program activities.
  • In collaboration with Convening Team, lead the design and implementation of national meetings/trainings that reach up to 300 public health practitioners engaged in performance improvement and preparing for accreditation (currently 3 meetings per year).
  • Collaborate with the NNPHI Member Services staff to facilitate the engagement of NNPHI members in performance improvement programs sponsored by NNPHI. 
  • Facilitate national advisory boards and collaboratives among members, funders, and national partners engaged in advancing performance improvement in health. 
Qualifications:
  • Strong experience supporting coalitions, boards, and other similar groups
  • Comfort with facilitating planning and strategic thinking processes, including collaborative decision-making processes
  • Demonstrated experience with concepts and skills related to performance and quality improvement in health
  • Familiarity with the governmental public health system
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively on a team and with diverse partners
  • Experience in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment: Flexibility with an ability to maneuver effectively in the face of uncertainty and transition
  • Creativity and ability to leverage data and discover potential opportunities for growth and innovation
  • Master’s degree in related field and at least seven years of related and progressively more responsible postgraduate experience
  • Success mentoring and supervising  staff and contractors
Salary/Benefits:
1. Salary range of $65,000-$80,000, commensurate with education, locality, and experience.
2.  A highly competitive benefits package is offered to all NNPHI staff.
 
To Apply:
Please send CV, cover letter, salary requirement and three professional references to:
Subject line: Attn: Senior Manager for Performance Improvement in Public Health
 
Equal Opportunity Employer
 

Illinois Public Health Institute: Program Assistant

  • Dec 22 '14
  • Posted By: kdabdoub

Position Summary:

The Illinois Public Health Institute (IPHI) is seeking an energetic and well-organized team member to join our team to support a new Health Impact Assessment (HIA) project in Englewood, in collaboration with the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH).  This project will engage community stakeholders in assessing how a planned elevated trail (the Englewood Line Trail) along a two mile former railroad embankment could impact the health and social well-being of the residents of Englewood.  The assistant will also help with a variety of special projects being implemented by IPHI’s policy and community capacity teams, and the CEO.  These may include qualitative policy research projects, stakeholder-engaged assessment, planning and policy projects, training events, resource development and organizational development initiatives. For more information, visit Illinois Public Health Institute's website.
 
To Apply:
 
IPHI is asking applicants for the program assistant position to send a cover letter, resume and writing sample to .  The deadline for applications is January 2, 2015, assuming that we have sufficient number of qualified candidates from which to choose.  
 

UWPHI County Health Rankings & Roadmaps: Community Health Improvement Specialist

  • Dec 22 '14
  • Posted By: kdabdoub

Position Summary:

Do you know that where we live, learn, work, and play matters to our health? Do you enjoy working with communities? Don’t miss this unique opportunity to join a top-quality team of professionals working county by county to build a Culture of Health! 

Serving as a key member of the nationally known County Health Rankings & Roadmaps (CHR&R) team, a collaboration with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation at the University of WI Population Health Institute, the Community Health Improvement Specialist will work with the Deputy Director, RWJF Culture of Health Prize, partners, and communities, to serve as a project manager of this growing annual competition, and enhance programmatic efforts of the Prize competition and the Roadmaps to Health Action Center.  We welcome your exceptional detail orientation, above average writing skills, and experience working with communities. 
 
Qualifications:
 
Located in Madison, WI – a city consistently ranked as one of the nation’s most livable communities – this full-time position offers great benefits provided by the University of Wisconsin-Madison. This position requires a Master’s degree with a preferred emphasis in public health, philanthropy, social sciences, public policy, communications, strategic planning, or organizational development field. Related project management experience, including an emphasis on managing competitive processes with a national or regional program, preferred. Travel throughout the U.S. is required in this position.  Don’t miss an opportunity to join a national movement striving toward a Culture of Health!
 
To Apply:
 
Go here for formal position and to apply. The position will be open until filled.
 

UWPHI: PHS Prof/Assoc Prof (CHS) & PHI Director of Evaluation Research Group

  • Nov 12 '14
  • Posted By: bdedecker

The University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute is seeking a CHS faculty member with expertise in program planning and evaluation, evaluation research, and/or dissemination and implementation research. He/she would be expected to lead and develop a program in evaluation and evaluation research, with special emphasis in evaluation of obesity prevention and intervention initiatives and strategies.

For full information, please reference the full job description here.

 

Position Summary:

The candidate's role will be to evaluate the Wisconsin Partnership Program's Obesity Prevention Initiative. This initiative is a signature component of the Partnership Program's new five-year plan and involved a multi-million dollar investment in obesity prevention, intervention, and research. He/she would be expected to lead and develop a program in evaluation and evaluation research, with special emphasis in evaluation of obesity prevention and intervention initiatives and strategies.

Minimum Qualifications:

The successful candidate will demonstrate a minimum of 5-7 years of expertise in applied program planning and evaluation and evaluation research, including dissemination and implementation research, in one or more of the following fields: obesity prevention and intervention; public health; community-based participatory research; maternal and child health; health care quality improvement; substance abuse and mental health; school-based health; correctional health; or other related health-improvement areas. Candidates should have demonstrated experience and leadership skills required to expand a service-oriented program in program planning and evaluation, and demonstrated ability to balance clinical and applied activities with scholarship. Candidates must also have a history of extramural funding, including federal and foundation-sponsored grants programs. Candidates must meet criteria for appointment and promotion on the CHS track per UW School of Medicine and Public Health guidelines.

Primary Responsibilities:

The candidate would lead the evaluation of the overall initiative and its core components:

(1) The Wisconsin Obesity Prevention Network; 

(2) A pilot multi-setting community intervention study in two Wisconsin counties; 

(3) A statewide childhood obesity surveillance system; and

(4) Outreach and community engagement activities that include state and local level public messaging and dissemination of evidence-based solutions to obesity.

Community/Clinical Practice: The candidate will also have a community/clinical practice, with an initial focus on leading the evaluation of the Wisconsin Partnership Program's Obesity Prevention Initiative.

UW Population Health Institute Evaluation Research Program Faculty Director: The candidate will devote effort to faculty leadership of the Evaluation Research Group of the UW Population Health Institute. The Evaluation Research Group conducts program evaluation and evaluation research in many areas of public and population health as noted above. The work of this group of professional evaluators uses a broad range of methods, from qualitative and descriptive techniques to complex experimental and quasi-experimental trials. As faculty director, the candidate will be expected to maintain and build collaborative partnerships with other University of Wisconsin researchers and evaluation sponsors, including the Institute for Clinical and Translational Research, the collaborative Center for Health Equity, the Wisconsin Partnership Program, and other UWSMPH departments and health sciences schools on campus. The candidate will also maintain and cultivate relationships with partners outside the UW, including community organizations, tribal governments and programs, representatives of the healthcare industry, and governmental organizations.

The successful candidate will further develop this successful and long-standing program, ensuring continued availability of high quality evaluation services, evaluation research, and dissemination and implementation research studies.

Teaching: He/she will contribute to the teaching program in the Department of Population Health Sciences and School of Medicine and Public Health, including courses and other modes of instruction for public health, graduate, and medical students, as well as health care professionals at the UW.

University and community service will be expected as appropriate.

Desired Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:

The ideal candidate will have experience and expertise conducting program evaluation and evaluation research studies, including population-based strategies intended to assess and improve the health of entire populations, including but not limited to the efforts of community based organizations, the health care system, the governmental public health system, education, business, and other sectors.

Salary/Benefits:

$85,000 minimum annual depending on qualifications. This is a renewable appointment.

 

Unless another application procedure has been specified above, please send resume and cover letter referring to Position Vacancy Listing #80316 to:

F. Javier Nieto, MD, PhD

Department of Population Health Sciences

707 WARF

610 Walnut Street

Madison, WI 53726

Phone: 608-265-0516

Email: fjnieto@wisc.edu


National Network of Public Health Institutes: Program Associate

  • Oct 24 '14
  • Posted By: kdabdoub

Position Summary

NNPHI is recruiting a program associate to support planning and implementation of projects and activities that advance NNPHI’s mission.  The program associate will work independently and collaboratively with staff serving on multiple teams throughout NNPHI and actively support collaboration across NNPHI, our members, consultants, contractors, and partners. 
 
Job Location: NNPHI maintains offices in Washington, DC and New Orleans, Louisiana.  Additional staff, consultants, members, and partners support NNPHI’s mission from several locations throughout the United States.  This position will be based in either NNPHI’s New Orleans or Washington, DC offices.
 
General Responsibilities

Serve as an active member of multiple teams to support the NNPHI member network

  • Understand and support the shared vision and mission of NNPHI and its member network
  • Contribute to team meetings and collaborative tasks
  • Use personal initiative and collaboration skills to advance organizational goals
  • Contribute to program research and scans to inform development of organizational strategies, including literature reviews, scans of member capacities and subject matter expertise, etc. 
  • Participate in workgroups and strategic planning efforts to further the mission of NNPHI
  • Support a network-wide culture of quality by contributing  to quality planning and continuous quality improvement processes
  • Facilitate collaboration with and across the NNPHI network 
Coordinate implementation of projects and evaluations with NNPHI teams and leadership
  • Collaborate with NNPHI teams to develop and oversee project work plans 
  • Serve as a liaison between NNPHI staff and partners, funders, and grantees / awardees
  • Support data collection and data management activities
  • Support staff and partners with developing and launching Qualtrics surveys

Provide administrative support, including

  • Schedule meetings, conference calls, webinars, and qualitative data collection activities 
  • Draft and disseminate meeting agendas and minutes
  • Draft, proofread, and edit documents, including communications materials, project materials, presentations, reports, and the development of tables, charts, and figures
  • Support the reporting process for assigned projects
  • Support hiring processes
  • Support recruitment, logistics, materials development, and registration for project events and off-site meetings
  • Assist with relevant marketing and communications initiatives, including event advertisements, program publications and website maintenance;
  • Communicate with grantees and monitor grantee reporting and follow-up action items
  • Support financial management, including timely invoicing and reviewing and tracking of expense reports
Support efforts to develop new projects, programs and business opportunities
  • Support team efforts to scan and identify funding opportunities
  • Coordinate and support project proposal teams in the development of new proposals
  • Develop project development plans and timelines
Assist with ‘Call for Proposal’ and grant administration processes 
  • Update and maintain online systems for tracking submissions and technical assistance requests
  • Respond to requests for assistance via email or phone
  • Contribute to the development of systems to support proposal processes
  • Update NNPHI website with applicant information and tools
Perform other duties as assigned.
 
Qualifications:
  • A master's degree in a relevant field or a bachelor’s degree with equivalent professional experience is required. 
  • Understanding of and interest in public health and public policy
  • Experience providing administrative and coordination support for programs
  • Strong interpersonal skills and an ability to work well with diverse partners and constituents and function as a productive member of a team
  • Professionalism and sophistication in communications
  • Strong organizational and problem solving skills, including the ability to manage multiple tasks and respond to multiple demands simultaneously
  • Attention to detail and a strong value for high-quality work products
  • Ability to think proactively, function independently, and demonstrate initiative
  • Flexibility and adaptability to a fast-paced work environment
  • Willingness to engage in continuous learning and training
  • Customer service orientation
 
Salary Range & Benefits
  • Employment is contingent upon available funding
  • Salary range is expected to be $40,000-$55,000 dependent on experience and qualifications
  • NNPHI offers a competitive benefit package with annual leave, health/dental/vision insurance and generous retirement contributions (401 K). 
  • Please clearly indicate your salary requirement in your cover letter.  
  • Travel: Approximately quarterly travel will be required. 
 
To Apply: 
Please send a resume, three professional references and a cover letter, clearly indicating interest in position and salary requirements to . If requested above, please note preference for location. 
Equal Opportunity Employer
 

Health Impact Project: Director

  • Sep 16 '14
  • Posted By: kdabdoub
The Health Impact Project, a collaboration of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and The Pew Charitable Trusts, is a national initiative designed to promote and support the use of health impact assessments (HIAs) as a decision-making tool. The project works with government agencies and policymakers to help them implement HIAs; partners with foundations to fund HIAs; provides training and technical assistance; conducts research and policy analysis to support the field; and convenes the National HIA Meeting. The project also partners with foundations to guide and support regional HIA initiatives and collaborates with government agencies and nonprofits around the United States to find practical ways to build health into decisions.
 
Position Overview: 
The Director will lead all aspects of strategy and implementation of the Health Impact Project, a national initiative of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and The Pew Charitable Trusts that promotes and supports the use of health impact assessments (HIAs) as a tool for evidence-based policymaking to improve the public’s health.  Many decisions made outside the health sector—in transportation, education, housing, social and economic policy, natural resource development regulation, and others—have implications for Americans’ health that often go unrecognized in the policy making process. To address this problem, the Health Impact Project seeks to increase the routine use of HIAs and related tools in decisions made outside the health sector. The project funds HIA demonstration projects around the U.S.; collaborates with a range of public agencies and organizations at the local, state, tribal, and federal level to advance health-informed public policy; conducts HIAs; and develops relevant research, guidance, and reports and communications materials. The position, based in Pew’s Washington, DC office will report to the Vice President for Fiscal and Economic Policy. It is expected that this position is for an initial term through January 31, 2017, with the possibility of an extension pending the success of the program, funding sources, and board decisions on continued support. For more information and to view the responsibilities and requirements, please view the full job description.  
 
To Apply:
Interested applicants should send a resume and a cover letter to Andrew P. Zalman at . Visit Careers@Pew for information and to apply through the online job application. 

Health Policy Institute of Ohio: Health Data and Policy Analyst

  • Jul 30 '14
  • Posted By: lellis

Position Summary:

The Health Policy Institute of Ohio, a Columbus-based nonprofit organization, seeks a
full-time health data and policy analyst. More information about HPIO can be found at http://www.healthpolicyohio.org/.
 
Minimum Qualifications:
  • Experience with health data, policy, research, analysis, and project management
  • Excellent writing skills, including an ability to identify and review data and material from a number of sources, then synthesize and summarize that information in a succinct, compelling manner
  • Well-developed verbal communication and interpersonal skills
  • Proficiency in the use of technology and PC applications, especially Microsoft applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook)
  • Experience working well with a team
  • Strong multi-tasking ability and attention to detail
  • Prior experience with SPSS, SAS, or other statistical analysis programs
  • Candidates for the health data and policy assistant position should have at minimum abachelor’s degree in a relevant field, with an advanced degree preferred. 
Primary Responsibilities:
  • Assist policy team with research and analysis, with emphasis on data management including data extraction, entry, analysis and reporting
  • Assist in the management of survey activity, key informant interviews, and convened focus groups
  • Develop and maintain current knowledge of state and federal health data sources and policy issues
  • Assist with writing policy briefs, reports, etc.
  • Create charts, graphs and other tools to assist with understanding of data
  • Assist with proposal writing and grant reporting
  • Cultivate collaborative relationships with stakeholders, including policy makers
Salary/Benefits:
Salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications in the range of $45,000-$60,000.
Benefits include health insurance and retirement benefits.
 
How to Apply:
Please submit a letter of application with a curriculum vitae/resume to President, Health
Policy Institute of Ohio, 37 W. Broad Street, Suite 350, Columbus, Ohio 43215.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. 
 
HPIO is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

Association of State and Territorial Health Officials: Senior Director, Environmental Health

  • Jul 29 '14
  • Posted By: lellis

Position Summary:

The Senior Director for Environmental Health reports to the Chief Program Officer for Public Health Practice and assists the members, the ASTHO Executive and Senior Management Teams and designated partners in safeguarding the community from health threats which are environmental in nature.  This leadership position requires the Senior Director to understand essential environmental health programs in state health agencies and the role these programs play in protecting the public’s health.
 
Minimum Qualifications:
  • Masters degree in public health, environmental health or public policy is preferred.
  • Five years prior related experience.
  • Knowledge of and experience with environmental health policy and practice issues, preferably at the state level.
  • Experienced in project management, budgeting, strategic planning, and written and oral communication.
  • State agency, association, or other experience representing a membership-based organization is a plus.
 

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Directs a program designed to address certain environmental health policy and program needs of State and Territorial Health Officials and their environmental health program staff consistent with the association’s strategic priorities and objectives.
  • The administration of program services and activities called for under key federally-funded cooperative agreements and contracts in area of Environmental Health
  • Directs the Environmental Health staff and provides staff support to the Environmental Health Policy Committee.
  • Primary responsibility for one or more projects associated with multiple cooperative agreements.
Duties include, but are not limited to:
  • Leading a team of public health professionals with responsibility for ASTHO’s environmental health policy activities.
  • Writing cooperative agreements, including developing activities for proposals.
  • Proposing project initiatives related to policy priority areas to ASTHO senior staff and appropriate committees.
  • Seeking new and diversified funding for ASTHO’s ongoing environmental health activities.
  • Overseeing and supporting the development of the State Environmental Health Directors group.
  • Providing oversight, staff support, and consultative assistance to the Environmental Health Policy Committee and other relevant ASTHO committees, taskforces, and work groups as required for the express purpose of indentifying and addressing priority strategic, tactical and operational environmental health-related matters of timely interest to our members.
  • Developing and analyzing public health and environmental policy in concert with the Policy and Executive Committees and identifying emerging environmental health issues relevant to state health agencies.
  • Contributing to members’ development of environmental health capacity and infrastructure in state public health agencies.
  • Fostering collaborative relationships with representatives of state, federal, and local agencies, national public health organizations, ASTHO affiliates, and other organizations
  • Representing ASTHO at national meetings and conferences, as well as with relevant individuals, consistent with approved ASTHO positions and policy statements.
  • Tracking and analyzing state and federal legislation related to environmental health.
  • Providing fiscal oversight for cooperative agreement budgets.
  • Functioning effectively in a team environment.
  • Performing other duties as assigned.
 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Understanding of public health functions, systems and infrastructure.
  • Understanding of environmental health functions, systems and infrastructure.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to develop and maintain collaborative networks.
  • Ability to direct, manage and evaluate work of subordinate staff, as required by theChief Program Officer.
  • Ability to manage and develop multiple projects independently and in a team environment, and complete assigned tasks in a timely manner.
  • Ability to analyze state health-based environmental health programs for innovative practices and translate these into synthesized products and outcomes for members, affiliates, and partners.
  • Ability to travel within service area.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with members, management, coworkers, state and local officials, representatives from Capitol Hill, and the general public.

For more information, visit Association of State and Territorial Health Official's website.  Click here to access the full job description.

How to Apply:
Submit resume and cover letter to resumes@astho.org
 
Senior Director, Human Resources
Association of State and Territorial Health Officials
2231 Crystal Drive, Suite 450
Arlington, VA 22202
FAX: 571 527 3189
 
Email:

Louisiana Public Health Institute: Several Positions Available

  • Dec 12 '12
  • Posted By: kdabdoub

Please visit Louisiana Public Health Institute’s website http://lphi.org/home2/section/2-119/career-opportunities to view available career opportunities and for information on how to apply. 
 


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