The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s National Center for Environmental Assessment (NCEA) is seeking multiple qualified Health Scientists at the GS-12/13 grade levels. These positions are located in Office of Research and Development, National Center for Environmental Assessment in Durham, North Carolina or Washington, D.C.
Job Opportunity: Environmental Health Assessment Program Coordinator (PA2)
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Environmental Public Health (EPH) section in Portland, OR is seeking an Environmental Health Assessment Program Coordinator to coordinate the activities of the Oregon Environmental Health Assessment Program (EHAP) and to administer the federal grant that funds the program. The Environmental Public Health Section identifies, assesses and reports on threats to human health from exposure to environmental and occupational hazards, and advises the people and communities of Oregon to best understand potential risks where they live, work and play in order to remain healthy and safe.
Environmental Health Education and Equity Specialist (Public Health Educator 2)
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Environmental Public Health Section in Portland, OR is recruiting for an Environmental Health Education and Equity Specialist to develop and implement culturally-responsive health education materials and interventions for the Environmental Pubic Health section to reduce environmental exposures in Oregon communities. The Environmental Public Health Section identifies, assesses and reports on threats to human health from exposure to environmental and occupational hazards, and advises the people and communities of Oregon to best understand potential risks where they live, work and play in order to remain healthy and safe.
The US EPA’s National Center for Environmental Assessment is hiring health scientists, including epidemiologists and risk assessors.
Abt Associates is hiring a new analyst in the field of environmental health in the Washington, DC area.
PESTICIDE EDUCATION COORDINATOR FOR MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS
This EPA-funded project will provide continuing education, training, and technical assistance to medical professionals, conduct outreach, and develop partnerships. The goal is to educate the medical community on how to prevent, recognize, and treat pesticide-related health conditions.
Multnomah County Health Department is hiring a specialist in their Environmental Health Services (EHS) programs. The Environmental Health Services serve to protect the public from environmental health related issues: food, water, vector borne diseases and environmental health threats and disasters. The nature of the work is complex due to the numerous environmental health concerns and regulations and the high profile of the activities conducted.
Our internship program gives you a chance to test the waters. As you apply your skills and knowledge in a variety of corporate situations, you’ll learn how your interests match up with the jobs we offer. In a typical year, more than 80% of our interns receive full-time job offers.
The position is focused on Environmental Health/Pharmacology/Toxicology. The idea is to try to expand upon a small, but active group of environmental health researchers at the University and within Pharmacology and Toxicology, and our Center for Human Toxicology.
The Department of Public Health at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in Lubbock, Texas started an MPH program in the Fall of 2014. We are CEPH accredited, and are building toward becoming a School of Public Health, with co-campuses in Abilene and Lubbock, Texas. We are seeking exceptional candidates for an Assistant/Associate/Full Professor at the Abilene campus. We hope to hire two faculty with this search, and we are especially interested in finding an individual in the area of Environmental/Occupational Health.
http://www.texastech.edu/careers/ See Requisitions: 12497BR; 12690BR; 5352BR