Archive for December, 2008

Spring Internship – The Policy & Research Group

The intern will assist Research Analysts and Senior Research Analysts with grant writing and evaluation projects. Activities will depend upon project needs.


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MCH Epidemiologist – Florida

This position conducts epidemiologic research to identify determinants and risk factors for maternal and child health outcomes. This position also participates as a team member on projects that include primary data collection, analysis, and presentation for program evaluation activities. This is work includes designing, delivering and/or coordinating the delivery of training and development programs for employees. With input from the State MCH Epidemiologist, the position supervises/directs the work of two masters-prepared epidemiologists.

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Epidemiologist III – Texas

Position will serve as the coordinator for the State System development Initiative Grant. Performs highly advanced professional research and epidemiological work requiring specialized knowledge of specific health and behavior related topics about women, infants and children. Emphasis on the integration and management of data and data systems. Functions as lead for data integration tasks, development of strategic initiative pertaining to the improvement of data and data integration, and the review of existing data systems.

Continue Reading December 15, 2008 at 12:43 pm Leave a comment

Project Faith, Faith Based HIV Prevention

Title: Outreach Specialist
Responsible for implementing Latino Faith Based HIV prevention program activities to include, but not limited to: Outreach to church leaders of all religious beliefs; conduct needs assessments; recruit faith leaders for community advisory board (CAB); conducts training workshops; coordinates 1 day faith conference; assists in developing HIV/AIDS awareness activities; increase participation of faith leaders and congregants in HIV/AIDS activities…

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Junior Commissioned Officer Student Training and Extern Program

The U.S. Public Health Service (USPHS) Commissioned Corps offers an internship program called the JRCOSTEP (Junior Commissioned Officer Student Training and Extern Program). The Environmental Health Officer category of the USPHS would like to invite MPH and MSPH students who are specializing in environmental health and have completed the first year of their program by May 2009 to apply for a JRCOSTEP opportunity. Although there is no formal deadline, we encourage students to submit their application by December 31st, 2008, because applications will be reviewed starting in January for Summer 2009 positions.

Continue Reading December 3, 2008 at 3:28 pm Leave a comment

Asthma – Boston

Position Title: Director, Boston Urban Asthma Coalition (BUAC) and Massachusetts Asthma Advocacy Partnership (MAAP)
Be part of a vibrant and growing organization that works directly with a diverse group of residents, community-based organizations, government agencies, medical professionals, and other individuals who are concerned with the factors that contribute to the rising prevalence of asthma within
vulnerable populations of Boston and other Massachusetts communities. Founded in 1997, the Boston Urban Asthma Coalition’s (BUAC) mission is to build a comprehensive and coordinated approach to asthma control and prevention in Boston. BUAC, a parent driven, grassroots level coalition of over 300 community partners, accomplishes this by promoting collaboration and community leadership to reduce racial, ethnic, and economic health disparities in asthma prevalence, asthma management, and asthma hazards in the home, school, and other environments.

Continue Reading December 3, 2008 at 3:25 pm Leave a comment

Malaria Operational Research Manager

On November 8, 2008, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria approved the launch of an ambitious new initiative to increase access to malaria treatment around the world. The Affordable Medicines Facility-malaria (AMFm) will begin operations in May 2009 and to gain access to the Facility, interested countries will need to develop detailed plans and policies before that time. The Clinton Foundation HIV/AIDS Initiative (CHAI), in collaboration with other organizations within the Roll Back Malaria Partnership, is committed to informing the effective execution and potential expansion of this Facility.
We are accordingly seeking a highly motivated, entrepreneurial individual with outstanding problem-solving, managerial, analytical, and communication skills to manage our development and pursuit of these operational research projects.

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