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 Career Opportunities

AMCHP Recruiting for Associate Director,  Women's and Infant Health
This position is accountable for the implementation and evaluation of program activities within AMCHP's Women's and Infant Health Portfolio, which includes four staff and a budget of approximately $1.75M annually from three major grants with Merck for Mothers, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation as well as a few small subgrants. The position reports to the Director of Programs and serves as a member of the organization's management team. Provides leadership and operational management support of AMCHP's strategic goals as related to women's and infant health. For more information, click here.

University of Iowa Seeks Director of the Division of Child and Community Health
The Department of Pediatrics at the University of Iowa is seeking faculty candidates for Director of the Division of Child and Community Health, which operates Iowa's statewide Title V program for children and youth with special health care needs under the Title V Block Grant, Iowa Department of Health. The position will have responsibility for public health policy, child advocacy, and regionalized care coordination and clinical services, and will assume the duties of Title V-CYSHCN director. The successful candidate will also partner with other divisions within the Stead Family Department of Pediatrics to develop new clinical and research programs. Responsibilities also include leadership in Title V strategic planning, serving as the new Principal Investigator for multiple discretionary grants, and providing vision for emerging public health issues. To apply, click here and use reference number 68012.

Louisiana Office of Public Health Recruiting MCH Epidemiology Program Manager
The Louisiana Office of Public Health, Bureau of Family Health is located in downtown New Orleans. The MCH Epidemiology Program Manager will be responsible for direct supervision of lower-level epidemiology staff and students, as well as coordination of the State Systems Development Initiative. This includes data management, analyses and linkages, communicating findings through reports and presentations, monitoring performance measures and maintaining records for/or writing grants progress report. Please send CVs, resumes, cover letters, salary requirements, and three professional references to careers@lphi.org. For more information, please click here.