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Epidemiology Analyst, Heluna Health

Epidemiology Analyst, ACDC Enhancing Detection Project (Activity 5) Heluna Health Full job description is here Apply here Activity 5: SUMMARY The Epidemiology Analyst will assist in the planning, design, and implementation of health-related surveillance systems or epidemiologic studies, including outbreak investigation and analysis of epidemiology surveys for COVID-19. Positions will be hired for the following teams under Activity #5: ·         Candidates from outside of Los Angeles region are welcome to apply but must be available to work Pacific Standard Time (PST) work hours. ·         Remote/on-site depending on work need and hiring manager’s discretion ·         Standard work hours (40hours/week) ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS The duties of the Epidemiology Analyst include, but are not limited to: ·         Designs and conducts epidemiologic surveys, analyzes COVID-19 surveillance data, and assesses risk factors and trend data; ·         prepares epidemiological reports using health data fro

Research and Learning Internship, Childfund

Research and Learning Internship Childfund International Full job description is here Apply here Location: Remote Reporting Relationship: Research and Learning, Senior Research Advisor OVERVIEW ChildFund’s Research and Learning Team is looking for research and learning interns who are excited about the applied health and social science research process and interested in the intersection of child protection, child development, and public health. RESPONSIBILITIES Provide research support to Senior Researcher Advisor/Directors, to include assisting with: ▪ Design and conduct of literature reviews, document reviews, and other quantitative and qualitative synthesis activities. ▪ Preparation for and execution of quantitative and qualitative data analysis. ▪ Support data collection for ongoing and new, primary research studies. ▪ Generation of reports and briefings to summarize research findings and to support the development of learning products such as ChildFund’s Fourth Impact Report, conf

Epidemiologis, Heluna Health

Epidemiologist, ACDC Enhancing Detection Project (Activity 5) Heluna Health Full job description is here Apply here   SUMMARY Plans, designs, implements, evaluates, and manages health-related surveillance systems, original epidemiologic studies and field investigations; and provides consultation to departmental staff and external health partners on epidemiologic research methodology and design. Positions will be hired for the following team under Activity #5: ·         Candidates from outside of Los Angeles region are welcome to apply but must be available to work Pacific Standard Time (PST) work hours ·         Remote/on-site depending on work need and hiring manager’s discretion ·         Standard work hours (40hours/week) ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS The duties of the Epidemiologist include, but are not limited to:  ·         Plans, conducts, and evaluates COVID-19 epidemiological studies and investigations of disease outbreaks; including the development of study design and methodology, anal

Advocacy Communications Officer, American Jewish World Service (AJWS)

Advocacy Communications Officer American Jewish World Service (AJWS) Location flexible; must be available between 8-10 a.m. eastern up to 4 times per month, due to collaboration with international partners. – (Part-Time—20 hours/week) Full job description is here Apply here Overview of AJWS American Jewish World Service (AJWS) is the leading Jewish organization working to fight poverty and pursue justice in Africa, Asia, L atin America and the Caribbean. By supporting hundreds of social change organizations in 18 countries, we respond to the most pressing issues of our time—from disasters, genocide and hunger, to the persecution of women and minorities worldwide. With Jewish values and a global reach, AJWS is making a difference in millions of lives and bringing a more just and equitable world closer for all. Job Summary The Advocacy Communications Officer (part time-20 hours/week) will be a key member of AJWS’s Communications, Programs and Research teams, serving as the lead writer an

Data Analysis Advisor (Global Health Technical Professionals)

Data Analysis Advisor (GS 13 Equivalent) Full job description is here & apply here Locations: US-DC-Washington Type: Regular Full-Time Overview Global Health Technical Professionals (GHTP) is a US Agency for International Development (USAID) program that offers early- to mid-career global health professionals the opportunity to advance their careers supporting the USAID Bureau for Global Health and its implementing partners. GHTP is helping USAID improve global health outcomes in communities around the world by building a new generation of global health technical professionals who reflect the diversity of the American people. Summary Statement The U.S. Government’s (USG) engagement to prevent and treat HIV/AIDS is a top priority worldwide. The USG response includes coordination among the US Agency for International Development (USAID), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Department of Defense (DOD), Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Peace Corps (PC),

Global Partnership Solutions Manager, Healthcare (Google)

Global Partnership Solutions Manager, Healthcare GOOGLE Full job description is here Apply here Location: Palo Alto, CA, USA Los Angeles, CA, USA Minimum qualifications  Bachelor's degree or equivalent practical experience 7 years of experience in Partnerships and/or Business Development  Business strategy and stakeholder management experience Preferred qualifications: MBA or Mater's degree in Public Health or Healthcare Administration Experience in partnerships, coalition building, advocacy, or business development Knowledge of healthcare businesses and ecosystems Excellent critical thinking, presentation, decision making communication, and problem-solving skills About the job Part of Global Partnerships, the Partnership Solutions team for Health at Google provides strategic support to cross-functional teams delivering health services across Google. In this role, you will support developing a unified Google narrative in healthcare, touching on diverse topics ranging from healt

Pros and Best Practices of Informational Interviewing

Pros and Best Practices of Informational Interviewing By: PUBLIC HEALTH RESOURCES What is an Informational Interview Informational interviewing is an informal meeting with someone working in a field that interests you. It is not a job interview, however it’s a great opportunity to learn information about the organization, roles, and experiences of current employees. Benefits of Informational Interviewing Gaining valuable firsthand, relevant information about working within a particular area, industry or position of interest Explore more about career paths you did not think about before Get advice from professionals about how to prepare for your first career position and strengthen your application Discover what it is like to work in at a specific organization and an industry Develop a professional relationship with someone who may forward job leads to you in the future Expand your network in a particular career field Boost your confidence in a job interview Best Practices of Informatio