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  • 05 Sep 2018 4:19 PM | Elise Omaki (Administrator)

    Public Health Communications Specialist (health communications abilities, group facilitation skills, public health and injury background) in the University of North Carolina Injury Prevention Research Center (

    This position provides outreach and training support to an academic research Center focused on injury and violence prevention. This position will report directly to the Director of Outreach and Training (DOT). The primary purpose of this position is two-fold: 1) create and deliver effective communications multimedia (websites, fact sheets, infographics, short videos, Powerpoint presentations, social media messaging, traditional press releases) that assist researchers and practice community leaders in translating the scientific knowledge into effective injury and violence prevention programs, policy, and practice using messaging strategies that are informed by health behavior theory and public health principles; 2) collaborate with the DOT and others in the Center on the delivery of high-quality training programs that build prevention efficacy and capacity in community-based groups and provide transformative learning experiences for students, researchers, and non-academic audiences.

    Location: Chapel Hill, NC

    Salary: $47,000 - $65,457

    Closing: 09/16/2018 – this date may be extended as needed  

    This posting can be accessed directly at

  • 06 Aug 2018 4:55 PM | Elise Omaki (Administrator)

    The Department of Urban-Global Public Health at the Rutgers School of Public Health has an opening for an assistant professor, tenure track, with expertise in urban and/or global public health. Please visit and share this URL widely with your networks:

    They are open to candidates with a wide range of scholarly interests that are salient to urban and/or global public health including but not limited to immigration, migration, poverty, violence prevention, mental health, nutrition, environment/climate change, sexual and reproductive health. They seek an individual with a program of research informed by implementation science, clinical trials, observational studies, and through the application and testing of innovative technologies and methodologies. They seek a creative faculty member who is motivated to understand and improve public health through scholarship, service, and policy development; has the potential to develop and sustain an extramurally funded research program; contribute actively to the teaching mission using modern pedagogical techniques; and mentor MPH and doctoral students. A robust mentoring program exists within the school for faculty. An attractive recruitment package will include a competitive salary and start-up funds.

    For more details and to share, please see this link.

  • 23 Jul 2018 7:58 PM | Elise Omaki (Administrator)

    Open-Rank Tenure-Track or Tenured Faculty Position in Community-Based Injury and Violence Prevention

    The Department of Community Health Sciences at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health (FSPH) is conducting a search to fill an open-ranked tenure-track or tenured faculty position whose research and teaching focuses on preventing injuries and violence. The new faculty member will hold an appointment in the Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS). CHS is the department within the FSPH concerned with social and behavioral research applied to health, health promotion, and public health practice. Our focus is on programs, policies, and actions that can promote health in the context of social, cultural, political, economic, and environmental factors. Of particular interest is how social and cultural factors, social programs, the health care system, and social policies influence health beliefs and perceptions, health behaviors, and health status within populations. The department prides itself on its reputation of academic excellence and stellar research activities.

    Candidates must be strongly committed to cutting-edge research, high-quality teaching, and public service on violence and injury prevention. Although the specific discipline and field of specialization are open, successful candidates need to have demonstrated experience conducting research into a range of policy and programmatic approaches for addressing causes and consequences of violence or injury, including but not limited to: homicide and intimate partner violence, gun-related violence and injury, neighborhood and community safety, suicide and community-based mental health interventions, and unintentional injuries in the US or globally.

    Responsibilities include conducting innovative research, teaching courses and advising students, active involvement in the School, Department, and the applicant’s professional field, and continuing or building a successful record of extramural research funding.

    Opportunities for collaboration at UCLA include the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research; Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Equity; Center for the Study of Racism, Social Justice, and Health; Center for Public Health and Disasters; California Center for Population Research; community and local government partners; and other entities on campus such as the David Geffen School of Medicine, the Schools of Nursing, Public Affairs, and Law, and UC-wide partnerships.

    Candidates must hold a doctoral degree (PhD, ScD, MD, DrPH or equivalent). We encourage applications from candidates in all disciplines of public health as well as a wide range of related fields including the social and behavioral sciences, health education/promotion, demography, and public policy. Candidates must have excellent research, teaching and service records for their career stage. Faculty appointment level and salary will be commensurate with the candidate’s experience and qualifications. Applications should be submitted by October 15, 2018 in order to receive full consideration. The Search Committee will begin reviewing applications immediately, but the search remains open until the position is filled. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2019.

    The Fielding School of Public Health is located on the main UCLA campus. The UCLA community has a strong track record of and commitment to interdisciplinary and collaborative research. UCLA has made equity and diversity guiding principles in its future development, and has a strong commitment to achievement of excellence and diversity among its faculty and staff. Women and underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply.

    The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age or protected veteran status. For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy see:

    UC Nondiscrimination & Affirmative Action Policy (

    How to apply: 

    Using UCLA Academic Recruit,, applicants should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and three references.

    For more information, please contact:

    James Macinko, PhD

    Professor, Departments of Health Policy and Management and Community Health Sciences

    UCLA Fielding School of Public Health

    650 Charles E. Young Drive South

    Room 31-235B, Center for Health Sciences

    Los Angeles, CA 90095-1772


  • 19 Jul 2018 1:45 PM | Elise Omaki (Administrator)

    Position Announcement - Director of Research (1)[1].pdf

    Indiana University School of Medicine and Indiana University Health Physicians seek a strong academic leader for the Director of Research in the Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine (PEM) at Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health. Candidates must be board certified in Pediatric Emergency Medicine or dual trained and board certified in Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics, eligible for licensure in the State of Indiana and have a background in leadership, scholarship and teaching. Demonstrated leadership ability is essential. Experience working in a culturally diverse environment is highly preferred. This individual will be responsible for developing a research program within a group of approximately 26 pediatric emergency medicine faculty who staff the emergency department at Riley Hospital for Children and provide educational oversight for our robust community of learners, including medical students, categorical Emergency Medicine, categorical Pediatric and combined program residents and our Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellows. Reporting to the Division Chief, the Director of PEM Research will lead the research efforts of the division.

    Riley Hospital for Children is Indiana’s only comprehensive children’s hospital, with experts in every pediatric specialty, and is the only hospital in Indiana that is nationally-ranked in U.S. News & World Report’s 2014-15 editions of Best Children’s Hospitals. Riley is home to Indiana’s only Level I Pediatric Trauma Center, Pediatric Burn Unit and Pediatric Dialysis Program. The emergency department’s annual volume is over 47,000. In addition to the Riley hospital clinical venue, division faculty provide care at several other all-comer Emergency Departments with a combined census of over 200,000 patients annually. This unique paradigm provides exciting opportunities for research across multiple facilities.

    The Department of Emergency Medicine has one of the oldest residency programs in the country. We are looking for leaders, teachers, and scholars who possess an unwavering commitment to education. Indiana University School of Medicine has nine campuses across the state and educates the largest medical student body in the U.S.

    Indianapolis is the 12th largest city in the nation and the state capital. The cost of living is below the national average despite tremendous growth. The surrounding suburbs have been ranked the #1 place to live in the country and are consistently ranked in the top 25 year after year. The city enjoys a vibrant and growing art, music, and food culture, as well as internationally recognized amateur and professional sports team and auto racing. Please check out Visit Indy or No Mean City to learn more about Indianapolis.

    Application Instructions:

    Interested candidates should apply via online application at

    Letters of interest should be addressed to the attention of Cherri Hobgood, MD, FACEP, Chair and Rolly McGrath Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, Indiana University School of Medicine.

    Questions? Email:

    Learn more about Emergency Medicine by visiting:

    Indiana University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation or identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status. This institution is also a provider of ADA services.

  • 18 Jun 2018 5:28 PM | Elise Omaki (Administrator)

    The Center for Bioethics and Humanities at the University of Colorado is seeking qualified candidates for 2-3 new positions at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor focusing on empirical research in bioethics and/or health humanities.

    The primary role and responsibility for these new faculty will be conducting empirical research in bioethics and/or health humanities that is worthy of and successful in obtaining external funding, presentation at national and international professional meetings and publication in peer-reviewed journals.  Other responsibilities will include patient care for clinicians, teaching and service to the institution. Faculty appointments will be made in the appropriate department(s) based on candidates’ professional background and areas of interest. 


    • A doctoral degree (MD, JD, PhD, ScD, DPH, etc.) and experience commensurate with rank in bioethics and/or health humanities research;
    • Demonstrated competence in one of more research methodologies including intervention research, surveys, qualitative research (individual and focus groups), mixed methods, case studies, experimental designs, meta-analyses, systematic reviews,  quantitative analysis of large datasets, and anthropological approaches;  
    • Formal training in ethics and/or demonstrated familiarity with current and historical issues in bioethics and/or the health humanities;
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills and demonstrated effectiveness in grant-writing;
    • For candidates who have yet to receive a K award (or similar research training support), a willingness to participate in collaborative grant writing with the aim of receiving a K award (or other research support) within 1-3 years.
    • For candidates who have completed a K award (or similar research training support)  a willingness to transition into R01 or R21 level funding within 1-3 years

    Details at: 

    Anschutz Medical Campus - Job posting # 13695

  • 08 Jun 2018 2:33 PM | Elise Omaki (Administrator)

    Director of Outreach, Education & Training

    Organization: University of North Carolina Injury Prevention Research Center

    Location: Chapel Hill, NC

    Salary: Commensurate with experience

    Closing: June 18, 2018

    The Director of Outreach, Education & Training at the UNC Injury Prevention Research Center’s (IPRC) leads the IPRC’s Outreach Core and Education & Training Core. These Cores support the mission of IPRC by a) disseminating evidence-based injury & violence prevention strategies and information, b) providing training and educational opportunities for academic and non-academic injury prevention professionals, and c) by building the capacity of communities to develop, implement, and evaluate injury and violence prevention (IVP) strategies.

  • 07 May 2018 1:04 PM | Elise Omaki (Administrator)

    The Maryland Department of Health seeks candidates for the Chief of Center for Injury Epidemiology.  This is a senior level management position requiring highly skilled data expertise and program administration.  Key responsibilities include managing the development, implementation and evaluation of surveillance activities in the areas of injury and violence; and coordinating epidemiology and data abstraction activities for the Maryland Violent Death Reporting System, and the State Unintentional Opioid Death Reporting System data. This position supervises 4-6 staff.

    Closing date for this posting is 6/1/2018.  

  • 16 Apr 2018 12:48 PM | Elise Omaki (Administrator)

    There is a new job opportunity with the CDC Foundation for a Transportation Safety Evaluation Field Employee. The turnaround is very quick – they will be accepting resumes through close of business on April 20.

    Job Description:

    The CDC Foundation seeks candidates for a full-time Transportation Safety Evaluation Field Employee to evaluate a Safe Driving for Teens program in the United States. The field employee will be hired by the CDC Foundation and assigned to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Chamblee campus in Atlanta, Georgia. The position will be located in the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control and is for 12 months.

    More detailed information about the position can be found at the following link:

  • 12 Apr 2018 4:07 PM | Elise Omaki (Administrator)

    Job announcement in NHTSA’s Office of Behavioral Safety Research. 

    The Office of Behavioral Safety Research currently has a vacancy in the Injury Prevention Division for a Research Psychologist or Social Science Researcher at the GS 11/12 level.  We hope that you will be able to assist us in encouraging qualified candidates to apply. Candidates must be U.S. citizens to apply for the position.

    To apply, applicants must go to the USA Jobs website and type in the agency (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration), or the job title (Research Psychologist or Social Science Researcher), or use the following links:

    Research Psychologist, GS-180-11/12 (Open to All U.S. Citizens):

    Social Science Researcher, GS-101-11/12 (Open to All U.S. Citizens):

    Current/former status employees and VEOA eligible veterans can also apply to:

    Research Psychologist, GS-180-11/12 (Only Open to Status & VEOA Applicants):

    Social Science Researcher, GS-101-11/12 (Only Open to Status & VEOA Applicants):

    The vacancy opened on Wednesday, April 11th and will close on Friday, April 20th.

  • 11 Apr 2018 12:59 PM | Elise Omaki (Administrator)

    Announcement Date:  April 11, 2018

    Announcement No.:  2018-65

    Topic: Statistician (Health), GS-1530-11/12 (promotion potential to GS-13) multiple positions

    Point(s) of Contact: Venita B. Smith, 301-458-4591


    A vacancy announcement has been posted for Offices/Divisions within the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) in Hyattsville, MD.  The position is for a Statistician (Health), GS-1530-11/12 (promotion potential to GS-13) multiple positions. The vacancy announcement numbers are HHS-CDC-M2-18-10178352 and HHS-CDC-D2-18-10178351. The announcement opens 04/11/2018 and closes 04/24/2018.  All interested and qualified individuals are encouraged to apply. The vacancy announcement can be found at:


    MP – (Internal to Government)



    DE – (Open to the Public)




    **Failure to submit any of the required documents may result in loss of consideration due to an incomplete application package. It is your responsibility to ensure all required documents have been submitted.

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