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 Career Opportunities

AMCHP Opens Call for Program Associate, Epidemiology and Evaluation
The Program Associate, Epidemiology and Evaluation is a member of the program team and contributes to the advancement of MCH programs by performing a variety of planning and program implementation, research and evaluation projects. This position supports and assists the epidemiology and evaluation team in the development, implementation and evaluation of program activities related to maternal and child health data and assessment. This position also contributes to the collection of state best practices (Innovation Station), newsletter development, and implementation of communication strategies (MS SharePoint, listserv, social media). To learn more, click here.
 
Arkansas Reproductive Health Monitoring System Seeking Assistant Scientific Director
The Arkansas Reproductive Health Monitoring System (ARHMS), within the section of Birth Defects Research in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Arkansas for Medical Services and Arkansas Children's Hospital Research Institute (ACHRI) is seeking an Assistant Scientific Director. The Assistant Scientific Director is responsible for the supervision of health information management specialists, timely ascertainment of cases for each birth year, conduct field visits, and ensure validity checks are current and completed. The Assistant Director will also assist in the development, evaluation, and implementation of research protocols and grants and will support ongoing, as well as new epidemiological and clinical research. Qualified candidates must have a Master's degree in Public Health, Epidemiology, Maternal and Child Health, or related field, with a minimum of three years working experience. To apply, click here (job posting #5005289).
 
Division of Maternal and Child Health Workforce Development Seeking Intern
The Division of Maternal and Child health Workforce Development (DMCHWD) in Rockville, Maryland is seeking a graduate student intern for the spring 2016 semester. This internship is an unpaid practicum experience for graduate students in good standing enrolled at schools of public health or other training programs in health-related coursework. Intern tasks will include communications, participate in cross-cutting Division and Bureau efforts around Workforce Development, develop and sustain activities that encourage networking and engagement of current and former MCH trainees, analyze quantitative and qualitative data and produce summary reports. Interns will also research, compile, and disseminate best practices from the MCH Training Program. Interested candidates are encouraged to submit their resume and unofficial transcript to Claudia Brown at cbrown4@hrsa.gov by Nov. 6, 2015. The DMCHWD will follow-up directly with interested candidates. For more questions about the internship, please contact Claudia Brown as well.

Ohio Department of Health Recruiting Health Planning Administrator 3
The Bureau of Health Services in Columbus, Ohio function is to administer programs to assist who are in need of nutritional or medical services. Tasks of the Health Planning Administrator 3 position includes acting as an assistant Bureau Chief for the Bureau of Health Services, assist in planning and directing statewide health services programs, provide overall direction and for the bureau/program administrative and operational functions. Other duties include assisting the Bureau Chief in the coordination and evaluation of current program policies and procedures to ensure program activities relate to program purpose and comply with applicable federal and state laws; monitoring the development of legislation that impacts bureau programs and assesses current trends at the federal, state, and local level; assisting Bureau Chief in the development and implementation of state goals and objectives for payor programs; and act as a liaison to ODH and external stakeholders. All applicants must at least have a graduate degree in a health care related field or public policy and management, as well as at least two years of experience in planning and administering health programs. To apply, click here.
 
Ohio Department of Health Seeking Health Planning Administrator 4
The Bureau of Maternal and Child Health Services in Columbus, Ohio offers access and promote family-centered, community-based health care to families, including women of child-bearing age, and children ages zero to five years old who are low in income. The Health Planning Administrator 4 acts as Bureau Chief for the Office of Health Improvement and Wellness/Bureau of Maternal and Child Health; formulate and direct policies, procedures, goals, and objectives for multiple statewide programs designed to provide public health services for mothers and children; direct coordination of programs and services targeted for common populations; coordinate services to reduce infant mortality; direct the development of bureau components of state plan to improve the health status of women and children; incorporate plans into Ohio's annual Title V Maternal and Child Health federal block application; and serve as a liaison with local, state, and federal officials. All applicants must have a graduate degree in a health care related field, public policy and management, or business administration, as well as three years of planning and administrating health programs. To apply, click here.

Ohio Department of Health Recruiting Second Health Planning Administrator 4 Position
The duties of the Health Planning Administrator 4 will focus on directing, planning, and administering statewide programs to assist eligible families, children, and other individuals with accessing health care services and financing and coordinating benefits for services. Other duties include preparing WIC State Plan Program of Operations and Administration, federal applications for Ryan White Part B HIV/AIDS Program and Part C, and direct bureau annual reporting functions and the coordination of federal reporting requirements. All applicants must have a graduate degree in a health care related field or public policy and management, as well as three years in experience of planning and administrating health programs. To apply, click here.