MPH Job Board

Hi! Welcome to the UNC Charlotte MPH Job Board. 

Job postings are listed by date with available information. The job board will be updated once a week.

Disclaimer: This is not a comprehensive job board. It only lists jobs that are sent to the UNC Charlotte MPH Program. Consider the other job boards listed below.

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May

June 10, 2024


June 3, 2024

May 27, 2024 

May 20, 2024

May 12, 2024

May 5, 2024

April

April 28, 2024

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April 14, 2024

April 7, 2024

March

March 29, 2024

March 24, 2024

March 17, 2024

UNC Injury and Violence Prevention Center

 Guilford County Public Health Department -

Alexander County Health Department  

Granville Vance Public Health 

Martin Tyrell Washington Health District 

Alamance County Health Department  

Durham County Public Health 

NC State University 

March 10, 2024

UNC Charlotte - Office of Sustainability

NC Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Child and Family Well-Being (DCFW) 

NC TraCS, Chapel Hill 

 Student Wellness Center at Dartmouth College

Atrium Health Musculoskeletal Institute 

Guilford Community Care Network 

 Durham County Public Health 

VA Medical Center, Durham 

The Organization of Teratology Information Specialists (OTIS)  

March 3, 2024

February 

February 25, 2024

February 20, 2024

February 18, 2024

February 11, 2024

February 4, 2024

January

January 28, 2024

January 21, 2024

January 14, 2024

December

December 17, 2023

December 13, 2023

December 3, 2023 

November

November 26, 2023

November 17, 2023

November 12, 2023

November 5, 2023

October

October 28, 2023

October 24, 2023

October 22, 2023

October 15, 2023

October 7, 2023

September

September 26, 2023

August

August 26, 2023

August 11, 2023

July

July 25, 2023

Program Description: The Advancing Resources for Children (ARCh): Connecting NC’s Systems to Strengthen Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Outcomes project improves infant and early childhood mental health (IECMH) outcomes of North Carolina (NC) children through advancing workforce capacity to increase access and meet their needs. Our population of focus is children ages birth to 5 at significant risk of or experiencing mental health problems, including those with histories of trauma and/or a history of in-utero exposure to substances.


Occupational Summary: The Project Evaluator is responsible for the design, development and implementation of performance assessment, evaluation design, data collection, analyses, and reporting for the ARCh Project.

Work Performed: 

Requirements:

Please email resume and letter of interest to Vanessa Chalk, CCFH HR Manager, via email at vanessa.chalk@duke.edu (subject line: ARCh Project Evaluator).

For additional information on the Center for Child & Family Health, please see the CCFH website at www.ccfhnc.org

Position Description: The Program Evaluator will be responsible for administering the CLC Qualitative Interview Survey to selected program participants via phone call or virtual meeting and analyzing the data. The Qualitative Interview Survey consists of both fixed-response and open-ended questions related to past and current substance use, past treatment use, relationship with the Peer Support Specialists, satisfaction with the program, and feedback for program improvement. The Program Evaluator will conduct the interviews and summarize key findings to provide rapid feedback to the program implementation team. Responsibilities include obtaining verbal consent from participants, recording and transcribing each interview, writing summaries of each interview, and analyzing aggregate data from all surveys. Using the summaries and in-depth analyses, the program implementation team will work to implement changes to the program based on feedback received from program participants.

The Program Evaluator will work with all members of the program team to set up interviews with participants, organize and ensure privacy of the data, and report on outcomes. Data analysis will consist of thematic analysis of qualitative data to better understand barriers and facilitators to project implementation and effectiveness. Qualitative data will be thematically analyzed and managed using qualitative analysis software. The Program Evaluator will prepare reports containing the results of the qualitative analysis, which will be shared with program staff and key stakeholders in the community.

Education and Experience Required: The ideal candidate will have a master’s degree in public health, social work, sociology, or related field; or be working towards a master’s degree in those fields; or have a degree from a four-year college or university and two years’ experience evaluating and analyzing data from health interventions. Candidates should also have experience with qualitative data collection, software (e.g., NVivo qualitative analysis software), and analysis. Preferred but not required: 1) previous experience administering evaluation surveys and/or conducting interviews with program participants on sensitive topics and 2) knowledge of substance use disorder treatment, harm reduction, and support services.

Compensation: This is a part-time contract position for 12 hours per week. The pay rate is $20 per hour. The contract will be funded through June 30, 2024, with the possibility of renewing the contract on an annual basis. This position would be ideal for graduate students or anyone looking for flexible, part-time work hours.

To apply: If you are interested in this position, please send a resume and letter of interest including previous experience with qualitative data collection and analysis to Lacie Scofield via e-mail at LFScofield@dconc.gov by Monday, August 7th. Applications received by this date will be given priority consideration. Please indicate availability to start the position in your communication.

July 10, 2023

June

June 9, 2023

The primary purpose of the Nutritionist III position is to provide comprehensive, complex nutrition evaluation and treatment services to children ages birth to three with a variety of medical/nutritional problems and developmental disabilities, chronic illnesses, or those characterized as medically high risk who are referred to or enrolled in the Infant Toddler Program. Services must be provided in compliance with Federal and State regulations for the Infant/Toddler Program.   

June 2, 2023

Description: This nursing position primarily concentrates on prevention and management of communicable diseases (sexually transmitted infections, tuberculosis, et al). Part of this process requires epidemiological work related to investigations, causes, and surveillance of communicable diseases. Position is also responsible for oversight of the child health program which includes preventive care, sick care, and immunizations. A smaller portion of this job is infection control management for employee health.

Work Schedule: Hours are primarily Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. with one hour for lunch. Flexible hours may be considered. 

Minimum Training and Experience: Graduation from an accredited school of nursing with two years of professional nursing experience including one year in public health; or an equivalent combination of training or experience. Must have a current license to practice as a Registered Nurse in North Carolina by the N. C. Board of Nursing.

Special conditions for employment: Prior to employment, the successful applicant will be asked to submit to pre-employment screenings. Applicants must possess a valid NC driver’s license.

Deadline for submission of applications: Open until filled

To apply, submit original, signed and dated State Application (PD 107) and transcripts to:

Luana C. Gibbs, Health Director

Hyde County Health Department

P O Box 100

Swan Quarter, NC 27885

Description: This position primarily will coordinate response efforts by planning, exercising, implementing, and evaluating plans as they relate to public health emergencies including disease outbreaks. Typically, but not all inclusive public health emergencies, are natural disasters such as hurricanes and infectious disease outbreaks like COVID or Influenza. The candidate will serve as a liaison between the health department and other response partners such as emergency management, law enforcement, schools, businesses, and other regional stakeholders. A second component of the position is to assist with health promotion activities, such as provision of health education to the public and special populations.

Work Schedule: Hours are primarily Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. with one hour for lunch but potentially could work weekends or after hours in times of emergencies or disasters.

Minimum Training and Experience: A four year degree in public administration, psychology, sociology, or social work or a human service programmatic field, preferably with coursework in human service planning and evaluating; or graduation from a four year college or university and two years of administration or consultative experience in a human service program plus two years of program evaluation; or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience. For trainee appointment, graduation from a four-year college or university.

Special conditions for employment: Prior to employment, the successful applicant will be asked to submit to pre-employment screenings. Applicants must possess a valid NC driver’s license.

Deadline for submission of applications: Open until filled.

Will consider contract position, which means reduced hours, no benefits.

To apply, submit original, signed and dated State Application (PD 107) and transcripts to:

Luana C. Gibbs, Health Director

Hyde County Health Department

P O Box 100

Swan Quarter, NC 27885

 May

May 20, 2023

May 15, 2023

This position will be 40 hours per week from July 2023 through March 2024 in our Raleigh office or based remotely depending on preference. Teleworking will require use of personal phone. Travel to schools is not required.

Pay: $30/hour

Responsibilities

  Oversee all aspects of the administration of the 2023 NC Youth Tobacco Survey, including:

Skills

To apply, please send resume and brief letter of interest to Courtney Heck (Courtney.Heck@dhhs.nc.gov).

This position will be 40 hours per week from August 2023 through February 2024, in our Raleigh office or based remotely depending on preference. Teleworking will require use of personal phone. Travel to schools is not required.

Pay: $22/hour

Responsibilities

Skills

To apply, please send resume and brief letter of interest to Courtney Heck (Courtney.Heck@dhhs.nc.gov).