AMCHP Seeking Government Affairs Specialist
The government affairs specialist is responsible for developing and implementing AMCHP's advocacy activities related to appropriations and MCH programs, including policies related to the current health reform legislation. General responsibilities include assisting in tracking and analyzing, as well as reporting on federal and state legislation and programs impacting state MCH programs; and collaborating with relevant federal agencies such as the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, and other national organizations, coalitions and groups. Candidates should have a master's degree in health policy, public health or other related health or human services field with four to eight years of direct experience. Ten years of directly related experience can be substituted for a master's degree.
Apply to be a NACCHO Health & Disability Fellow
The National Association of County & City Health Officials is recruiting applicants for the next cohort of its Health and Disability Fellowship Program. This year-long fellowship in Washington, D.C., is a workforce development opportunity for graduate level students interested in receiving hands-on experience in the public health disability field.