Job Opportunities – December 14, 2012

The Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention Section is recruiting for a temporary full-time Research Analyst 3 position.  The primary duties for this temporary position are:
1) Coordination of HPCDP’s 2013 BRFSS quality control activities (among other HPCDP analysts, and with Center for Health Statistics)
2) Coordination of HPCDP’s 2013 OHT quality control activities, plus coordinating with HPCDP grantees (TPEP and Healthy Communities county coordinators) and internal Public Health Division partners to successfully recruit schools
3) Acting as the primary point of contact with OHA|DHS Publications and Design to HPCDP’s numerous burden reports completed as close to “on time” as possible, and error free.
4) Participation in regularly scheduled Surveillance Team meetings and other meetings with other HPCDP and PHD staff as necessary for coordination of the activities listed above.
Interested persons should contact Danna Hastings at danna.d.hastings@state.or.us with a cover letter and current resume.

Human Impact Partners (HIP) has announced the launch of their inaugural Health and Equity Fellowship program. From June 2013 – May of 2014, HIP will host one Fellow focused on building their leadership skills in the fields of Health Impact Assessment (HIA) and Health in All Policies (HiAP).
The goal of HIP’s Fellowship program is to increase the racial and ethnic diversity of young professionals committed to promoting the consideration of health and equity in decision-making through HIA and HiAP approaches. The full-time Fellow will be provided with ongoing training and mentorship, and will have the opportunity to propose and conduct a project that will contribute to advancing the consideration of health and equity in decision-making. The HIP Fellow will also participate in the conduct of one of HIP’s HIA or Health in All Policies projects.

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