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Montana Public Health Institute

  • MPHI is an independent, non-profit institute dedicated to optimizing the health and quality of life of Montanans by strengthening the public health system through collaboration, leadership, and the advancement of health equity. MTPHI aims to create an organization responsive to current and emerging public health needs in Montana, as it develops its own infrastructure. The CEO will provide visionary leadership to stakeholders across the State and will enthusiastically embrace a Montana way of life, where building relationships and investing in people is the way of doing business. There is no central office for the MTPHI. We welcome feedback as to where you would like to relocate if you were offered this position. Submit your resume, cover letter, and a list of six work-related references (two supervisors, two direct reports, and two colleagues): Application deadline: Open until filled. First resume review: 02/05/21

Work for Progress

  • Environmental Field Organizer. Learn skills from environmental leaders. You’ll participate in eight weeks of intensive classroom training conducted by environmental organizers and leaders from a wide range of organizations and campaigns. Our staff and trainers present overviews on the biggest issues facing our environment, as well as more specific trainings on proven organizing tactics. Topics include volunteer recruitment, campaign planning, public speaking and much more. You’ll learn how to run campaigns that inspire the public, and build organizations and political support needed to save our planet. Positions will start in August 2021. To learn more and to apply, click hereClosing date: 07/23/2021.

Chelan-Douglas Health District
  • Associate Administrator - Environmental Health Director. Directly responsible for overseeing the operation of the Division of Environmental Health. The Environmental Health Director plays a key role on the Chelan-Douglas Health District (CDHD) management team. This team works together to lead CDHD and connect the different lines of effort to prevent disease, promote health, and protect the health and safety of people in our community. The Environmental Health Director reports to the CDHD Administrator and works to implement their leader’s intent. As a senior leader in the health district, the Environmental Health Director will regularly brief the elected Board of Health and work with them to develop or evolve environmental public health policy across the health district. The Environmental Health Director works closely with the county health officer in the enforcement of environmental public health regulations. See full job description and details on how to apply on our website.


Clark County - Seattle & King County

  • Epidemiologist - COVID response (5-month Project). The COVID-19 Epidemiologist position emphasizes a population-based approach to communicable disease control and prevention. Activities may focus on the individual, the community, or the systems level, depending on how the issue may best be addressed.  Organizational responsibilities include understanding and promoting the public health mission of the department; providing courteous, respectful, efficient customer service to all department clients; honoring diversity of all department employees and constituents; participating in department training; and striving for personal excellence in public health work.  This position reports directly to the COVID-19 Epi Section Supervisor. THIS IS A PROJECT POSITION WITH AN ESTIMATED END DATE OF MAY 31, 2021. There is a possibility that (2) people may be hired for this Project. An online application is required.  For complete job announcement, application requirements, and to apply on-line, please visit our website.  Closing date: 1/15/21

Spokane Regional Health District

  • Deputy Administrative OfficerUnder the direction of the Administrative Officer, the Deputy Administrative Officer provides overall leadership for the operations and administration of SRHD and serves as a valued member of the Executive Leadership Team. The DAO provides direct leadership for the Admin. Division, which includes Finance, HR, IT, Building Maintenance, and HIPAA/Records. The DAO will also develop and manage the agency's risk management strategy. The DAO acts on behalf of the AO in her absence and as directed. In collaboration with the AO and other members of ELT, the DAO participates in short/long-range planning and provides leadership for adherence to SRHD's Mission, Vision, and Values. In addition, this person will partner with the AO, ELT, Board of Health Budget and Finance Committee, and the Finance Manager to develop the annual agency budget that sufficiently carries out health district programs and services and proposes the budget to the Board of Health. To apply for this position, and to view the job description in its entirety, please click hereClosing date: 1/31/21

Surgical Outcomes Research Center 

  • Research Project ManagerThe University of Washington's Surgical Outcomes Research Center (SORCE) is seeking an experienced Research Project Manager to manage up to three health services and outcomes projects spanning multiple sites, investigators, and clinical disciplines. At least 4-5 years of human subjects research coordination is required; top candidates will have experience managing multi-site research studies and overseeing regulatory compliance. For more details, please click hereClosing date: Open Until Filled.

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