MCHB Hiring Genetic Services Branch Chief
Incumbent will serve as chief of the Genetic Services Branch (GSB) within MCHB, providing professional and clinical leadership on genetic medicine to all MCH professionals. The chief will consult on the bureau’s position with regard to current and topical policy issues, with various professional organizations. The successful candidate also will exercise authority in planning, developing, monitoring, implementing and evaluating a program for genetic services, specifically for heritable disorders. The incumbent will provide leadership and guidance to staff in the development of policies, guidelines and regulations relating to the genetic services program. Additionally, the successful candidate will supervise professional and technical staff assigned to the GSB. Qualified Doctors of medicine and Doctors of Osteopathy are invited to complete the Medical officer application specified for current federal employees and non-federal applicants. Other interested public health professionals should complete the Public Health Adviser application specified for current federal employees and non-federal applicants.
Faculty Position Open at Boston University School of Public Health
The Boston University School of Public Health seeks a faculty member to join the department of Community Health Sciences. Candidates must have a PhD or equivalent degree in public health, the social and behavioral sciences, maternal and child health, or related fields. The department seeks candidates who are committed to teaching excellence and student mentorship and who have demonstrated outstanding scholarship through publication and show potential for securing external funding. Specialty areas could include a scholarly focus on children with special health needs, health communications, injury prevention, mental health, obesity prevention, and eliminating health disparities, but other specialty areas will be considered. For more information, click here.
AMCHP Opening: Organizational Performance & Member Services Intern
As a member of the Organizational Performance and Member Services team, the intern supports our member services and communications activities. The intern will assume responsibility for a wide range of projects and functions, requiring professionalism and task orientation. Principle duties include: compiling information on events and new publications for the member newsletter; layout of electronic newsletters using Microsoft Publisher and Adobe InDesign; updating newsletter web content and other as needed; working with the member services manager on membership campaigns, including dues renewals and member retention programs; assisting in managing the AMCHP member database, including updating AMCHP member information; and supporting member services, track new and retiring members, and coordinate production of member welcome packets, including membership cards. For more information, click here.
AMCHP CAREER CENTER
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