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BIG CITIES HEALTH COALITION CAREERS

Interested in working for a Big City Health Department? Apply to join a dynamic public health workforce and make your mark in improving the health and lives of millions. 

Explore available opportunities below.

 

Big Cities Health Coalition Opportunities


Graduate Student Fall Internship

The Big Cities Health Coalition (BCHC) has an opening for a graduate level intern. 

This internship is a great opportunity for masters students who are interested in public health practice and policy in large, urban public health departments around the country. It’s also a chance to work on some of the most pressing public health issues facing cities today.

Please click HERE to apply.

Under the direction of the BCHC Deputy Director, the internship will provide a unique opportunity for students to obtain work experience to be competitive for future positions in public health, public policy, or related fields. Applicants should have experience or interest in governmental public health and/or cities and an interest in learning about how a non-profit organization organizes and implements advocacy/policy activities to further its mission.

The intern will be primarily responsible for supporting Big Cities Health Coalition staff on a number of projects. Work duties may include but are not limited to: conducting Internet research; taking notes on monthly calls and/or on webinars or at sessions relevant to BCHC priorities; synthesizing and summarizing research and/or notes from events into short, digestible format for BCHC staff and membership; reviewing, editing, and proofreading written materials; identifying and posting relevant web-based resources; summarizing and developing information for internal and external dissemination (e.g. BCHC publications, electronic newsletters, and websites); drafting messages for internal/external stakeholders; coordinating logistics of monthly calls, webinars, Congressional briefings, and other events; and supporting all aspects of BCHC project portfolio as needed. Funding is not currently available for a stipend, but NACCHO will work to facilitate academic credit where appropriate/possible.

The intern must be currently enrolled as a graduate level student in an accredited college or university with a graduate study focus on public health, public policy, or related field. Undergraduate applicants will be considered based on experience, but a preference will be given to graduate students. 

 

Local Health Department Opportunities


Boston Public Health Commission

Informatics Director

The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) is seeking an Informatics Director in their Research and Evaluation Office.  The Informatics Director will provide strategic guidance to BPHC, 
evaluate necessary changes in existing information resources, represent BPHC on national coalitions and workgroups to identify and inform best practices, oversee informatics activities, including development of use cases, business cases, and workflow analyses, oversee and evaluate the adoption of automated systems to accommodate complex needs, strengthen and develop partnerships and collaborations with external organizations and review, assess, and make recommendations for policy and practices relating to standards, interoperability, and data use and exchange for improving population health with data. 

For a full description and to apply, please click HERE and search for position 713.


Chicago Department of Public Health

Medical Director, HIV/STI Bureau

Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) is seeking a medical director for it's HIV/STI bureau. This position is a leadership position that will provide medical and epidemiologic guidance to HIV/STI disease surveillance and prevention program activities and will provide operational leadership and clinical guidance for the STI clinics (3 sites). In 2017, CDPH announced our “Getting to Zero” plan which establishes a goal of reducing new HIV diagnoses to functional zero by 2027. Achieving this goal will not be easy but CDPH’s team and partners are determined. CDPH seeks an energetic, passionate and knowledgeable medical director to support implementation of this plan and many other priority initiatives.

Interested individuals can apply HERE.


Baltimore City Health Department

Director, Opioid Overdose Prevention

The Baltimore City Health Department is seeking a Director of Opioid Overdose Prevention who will work to implement BCHD's opioid overdose prevention strategy and other harm reduction initiatives. The Director will oversee, manage and coordinate all overdose-related work, serve as the primary and direct contact for communications regarding overdose efforts in Baltimore City and manage overdose and treatment related public education efforts, among other responsibilities. Interested candidates are advised to send a resume/CV and cover letter to Jeff Amoros, Deputy Chief of Staff, Baltimore City Health Department.


Columbus Public Health Department

Public Health Physician

The Columbus Public Health Department is seeking a Public Health Physician who will serve as the  as the medical director/provider for the TB program and other clinical programs.  Under general direction, this position is responsible for providing diagnosis, consultation and medical treatment to patients and/or coordinating, managing, or providing consultation and advice to specialized medical programs in the Columbus Public Health Department. This position also will be involved in medical oversight of public health responses like infectious disease investigations and outbreaks to protect the public’s health. Interested candidates are advised to send a resume/CV and cover letter to Alisha Ardolino. Contact Health Commissioner, Dr. Mysheika Roberts at 614-645-5489 or MWRoberts@columbus.gov with questions.


Santa Clara County Public Health Department

Deputy Public Health Officer

The Santa Clara County Public Health Department is seeking a Deputy Public Health Officer to lead the Infectious Disease and Response Branch. The Deputy Public Health Officer is responsible for shaping and leading all aspects of the Infectious Disease & Response branch, including strategic direction and administrative oversight. The Deputy Public Health Officer will serve as backup for the Health Officer and Assistant Health Officers and will act as the medical/physician liaison to other County departments. Interested candidates are advised to visit www.sccjobs.org to apply.