Texas Department of State Health Services Seeking Maternal Mortality and Morbidity Nurse
The Maternal Mortality and Morbidity Nurse oversees MCH programs for the state and performs advanced nursing activities in a consultative, advisory, educational, and administrative capacity for the Office of Title V and Family Health under the general direction of the Director. Responsibilities include planning, implementing, and evaluating activities. These activities include overseeing the Mortality and Morbidity Task Force described by Senate Bill 495, collaborate with stakeholders to address maternal and child health related needs in the community and statewide and represents the agency as a maternal and child health specialist. For more information and to apply, click here.
New CSTE Career Center
The Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE) is launching a new Career Center where all the best public health jobs are located in one site. This allows job seekers to search and apply for relevant positions, set up job alerts, create an anonymous job seeker profile or resume, and access job searching tools and tips. The CSTE Career Center allows employers to post new positions, search resumes through a database, and limit applications to only those who are qualified. For more information, click here.