AMCHP Accepting CEO Applications
AMCHP is seeking a dynamic chief executive officer (CEO) to build on and preserve our mission of being a national resource, partner, and advocate for state public health leaders and others working to improve the health of women, children, youth, and families, including those with special health care needs. Reporting to the board of directors, the CEO provides direction and leadership for organization mission and vision, represents and speaks for the organization and its work, and manages the day to day operations. Specific responsibilities of the CEO include effectively representing and promoting the organization as the national voice for state and territorial maternal and child health programs; successfully managing day-to-day operations, including staff, programs, procedures, and technological resources; overseeing the organization’s fiscal operations and fund raising strategies and plans; supporting the board in its governance role; and developing and maintaining relationships and partnerships with stakeholders, policymakers, organizations, and the public, among others. To learn more about the position and how to apply, click here.
New Mexico Department of Health Seeks Applications for Advanced Epidemiologist
This position will coordinate and conduct data analysis for federal infant mortality prevention initiatives and oversee data collection and analysis strategies to monitor and evaluate infant mortality prevention efforts as well as analyze vital records data, and maternal child health surveillance data. Minimum qualifications include a master’s degree in public health, epidemiology, science, social services or statistics and one year of experience in public health to include data analysis and linking methodology. The position requires successful completion of Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. For more information and to apply, click here.
Oklahoma DOH Accepting Applications for MCH Consultant and Health Educator
This position is responsible for the assessment, development, planning, implementation and evaluation of health education and promotion programs for infancy, early childhood, school health and adolescent health, and programmatic aspects of the Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS). This position also serves as a consultant to Oklahoma schools and organizations on preventive health activities. Other responsibilities include the preparation of reports, summaries and documents utilizing YRBS data, establishing or maintaining cooperative working relationships with external agencies and organizations interested in comprehensive school health and public health issues, and preparation of printed materials, videoconferences, presentations and other resources for schools and organizations. For more information and to apply, click here.
Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention Seeks Applications for Comprehensive Health Planner II Position
The Division of Population Health seeks an experienced public health professional to coordinate and manage the Maine Integrated Youth Health Survey, develop systems for monitoring progress in achieving health indicators and objectives and work across programs to evaluate and plan evidence-based interventions. Candidates must understand epidemiology and have minimum three years experience in public health surveillance. Applicants also should possess the ability to present and interpret data and research for diverse audiences and demonstrate good interpersonal skills, capabilities in managing complex multi-stage projects and the ability to manage collaborations and decision making across programs and agencies. For more information and to apply, click here.
UNC Seeking MCH Center Senior Collaboration Manager
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Department of MCH seeks a full-time EPA non-faculty senior collaboration manager to coordinate and manage a newly-funded national MCH Workforce Development Center. The three-year, 5.5 million cooperative agreement will provide workforce development for state Title V MCH program leaders and staff in four key programmatic areas related to implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA): access to care, quality improvement, systems integration, and population health management. In addition, the MCH Workforce Development Center will help prepare the future MCH workforce with skills and knowledge to succeed in a transformed public health system under the ACA and wide-reaching health reform initiatives at the national and state level. The application deadline is Nov. 29. For more information, click here.