AMCHP Accepting Applications for Program Associate, Child & Adolescent Health (#14-10005)
The program associate, child and adolescent health is a member of the program team and contributes to the advancement of maternal and child health (MCH) programs by performing a variety of planning and program implementation, research and evaluation projects. This position supports and assists the child and adolescent health team in the development, implementation and evaluation of program activities related to MCH and Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs (CYSHCN), child health and adolescent health. This position also contributes to the collection of state best practices (Innovation Station), newsletter development, and implementation of communication strategies. This position reports to the associate director, child and adolescent health. For more information, click here.
AMCHP Seeks Senior Program Manager, Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs (#14-10004)
This position develops, implements and evaluates program activities related to CYSHCN. The program manager will assist in the tracking, analysis, and reporting on national and state programs impacting CYSHCN and will partner with relevant federal agencies such as MCHB and CDC, and other national organizations and groups concerned with child health, adolescent health, and CYSHCN. Specifically, this position will manage two major AMCHP projects, the Leadership Institute for State Title V Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs Directors and the implementation of Standards of Care for CYSHCN. This position reports to the associate director, child and adolescent health. To learn more, click here.
AMCHP Opens Search for Analyst for Quality Improvement and Life Course, WIH (#14-10003)
The analyst for QI and life course, women's and infant health (WIH) is a member of the program team and contributes to the advancement of maternal and child health outcomes by performing a variety of planning and program implementation, research and evaluation projects related to women's and infant health and maternal and child health/data and assessment. General responsibilities include contributing to the development, implementation and evaluation of program activities related to women's and infant health, collaboration with advisory committee members, AMCHP members and staff; serving as a liaison to federal project officers; and project promotion. This position reports to the senior epidemiologist, WIH. For more information, click here.
AMCHP Seeks Program Manager, Workforce Development and Capacity Building (#14-10002)
The program manager for workforce development and capacity building is a member of the Program Team and supports the advancement of MCH programs by contributing to major issues surrounding workforce and capacity building for AMCHP members. The work involves contributing to the development, implementation, support and evaluation of activities as part of the Center, collaboration with staff and partners of the Center, as well as performing a variety of planning and program implementation, research, and evaluation projects related to capacity building, including the AMCHP Best Practices Innovation Station and Replication Initiatives, partnership with fellow staff, participation in associated professional organizations and groups, and collaboration with member programs and funding agencies. This position reports to the associate director, MCH leadership development and capacity building. To learn more, click here.
Alaska Division of Public Health, Section of Women's, Children's, and Family Health Seeks Epidemiologist Specialist II
The Alaska Division of Public Health, Section of Women's, Children's, and Family Health, is currently recruiting for an epidemiologist specialist II position to manage the Alaska Birth Defects Registry (ABDR). The position oversees the full range of public health surveillance activities for the ABDR. This includes providing specialized managerial, statistical and epidemiological expertise on conducting, evaluating and supervising birth defects surveillance and ensuring effective collection, analysis, interpretation and application of birth defects surveillance data. Interested applicants can view the full job posting here. Please direct questions about living or working in Alaska to Margaret Young (Margaret.email@example.com or 907-269-5657) or Jared Parrish (Jared.firstname.lastname@example.org or 907-269-8068).
Washington State Department of Health Seeks Epidemiologist
The Washington State Department of Health is recruiting for an epidemiologist 3 - non-medical (DOH2379). The position is located in the Office of Healthy Communities, Surveillance and Evaluation Section in Tumwater, Washington, under the Division of Prevention and Community Health. The Epidemiologist provides epidemiologic leadership, coordination, and expertise in order to lead, design, and oversee assessment, surveillance, and evaluation projects. S/he supervises a team of epidemiologists with a focus on maternal and child health issues. For the complete job announcement and instructions on how to apply, click here.
UIC School of Public Health Hiring an Assistant/Associate Professor of Community Health Sciences with MCH focus
This University of Illinois - Chicago (UIC) posting is for a tenure-track faculty position in maternal and child health at the 'mid-level assistant' or 'early associate' professor rank. Responsibilities include establishing/maintaining a funded program of research, teaching graduate and professional courses in MCH and/or CHS, advising and mentoring graduate and professional students, serving on doctoral, college and campus committees, and developing and maintaining community partnerships for research and practice. Anticipated starting date is August 2015. For fullest consideration please apply by Nov. 30, 2014. For more information and to apply, click here.
Oregon Health Authority Seeks an MCH Senior Research Analyst
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD) is seeking qualified candidates for the position of permanent, full-time Research Analyst 4 (MCH Senior Research Analyst) located in Portland. This position will provide consultation and leadership on assessment, evaluation and research to the MCH Management Team as well as across the Center for Prevention and Health Promotion (CP&HP). Identifies and prioritizes assessment, program evaluation and research needs, and advises the management team regarding these needs. Needs may include program-wide, project-specific, and coalition or partner supported projects. To view a detailed job announcement and online application instructions, click here, or go to www.oregonjobs.org, select "Look for Jobs" and enter OHA14-0472 in the "Enter Keywords" search box at the bottom of the screen. Job closes Aug. 6.