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 and Infant Health Portfolio. The Associate Director reports to the Director of Programs and serves as a member of the organizations management team. Duties will include tracking and analyzing trends and emerging issues related to women's health, preconception, pregnancy and birth outcomes, postpartum health, and infant health; increasing the capacity of states to use evidence to drive policy and program design to improve women and infant health outcomes and health equity; increase understanding of life course approach to MCH among AMCHP members and partners; liaise with relevant national leaders and represent AMCHP on coalition groups; assist with increasing alignment of resources and the delivery of MCH services and programs at federal and state levels; developing funds and a staff team for programmatic efforts to support all work in the portfolio. For more information and to apply, click here.
AMCHP Searching for Program Associate, Women's and Infant Health
This position supports and assists the Women's and Infant Health Team in the development, implementation, and evaluation of program activities related to MCH. Principal duties includes communications support for Women's and Infant Health team and projects, including organizing conference calls and webinars, updating content on the AMCHP website, and preparing memos, fact sheets and surveys; assist the Associate Director, Senior Program Manager, and Program Analyst in developing and implementing work plans related to MCH and women's and infant health; collect and analyze data; represent AMCHP at various meetings and conferences; contribute to the identification and collection of best practices and support AMCHP's Innovation Station database; participate in the development of grant proposals and other funding applications; track, analyze, and report on state and national initiatives related to women's and infant health. The Program Associate will report directly to the Associate Director of Women's and Infant Health. For more information and to apply, click here.
CDC Recruiting Senior Maternal and Child Health Epidemiologists to State Public Health Agencies The Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology Program (MCHEP) is a collaborative effort between the CDC and the HRSA. The program's mission is to promote effective public health action for improving the health and well-being of women, children, and families by building MCH epidemiology and data capacity at local, state, and tribal levels. CDC's MCHEP is recruiting a doctor of medicine and/or doctoral level, senior MCH Epidemiologists/Health Scientists to assign state public health agencies. Assignments are prioritized for states with limited access to MCH epidemiology capabilities. CDC epidemiologists are currently assigned to Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Louisiana, Massachusetts, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Vermont, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. Additional states are also in the process of developing new assignments and should be available for advertisement shortly. Salary is based on experience and training. This opportunity closes on March 11, 2016. For more information and to apply, click here. For questions and concerns, please contact Donna Addison directly by phone (770-488-6501) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
HRSA is Recruiting Supervisory Health Care Administrator
This position is located in the Office of Epidemiology and Research, Division of Research (OER/DR), of the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, in the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), located in Rockville, MD. OER/DR administers extramural research programs, and funds multi-year investigator-initiated research projects that addressing critical MCH issues. As director of the OER/DR, duties and responsibilities will include supervising an interdisciplinary staff of professionals, participating in the development of manuscripts to be submitted to peer-review scientific journals; developing and establish national program policies; identifying growing needs for MCH research and demonstration projects; reviewing and analyzing epidemiologic findings that provide new insights into opportunities that promote health and prevent disease among maternal and child health populations. This opportunity closes on February 9, 2016. To apply, click here.
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