Health Care Job Bank

Job Seekers:
Welcome to AAPCHO’s Health Care Job Bank. Click on the links below to see opportunities within public health and other related fields. For opportunities within AAPCHO, go to Careers.

Employers:
If you want to post on this job bank, please use the Submit New Job form. AAPCHO members have full access and can post to the Job Bank for free as a membership benefit. Non-members can post a job ad based on the listing fees below.

We aim to post jobs and internships as they come in but in some cases, we post them once a week on Friday afternoon. Unless otherwise indicated, job postings are removed after about 30 days.

 

Disclaimer:
No attempt has been made to verify the information in any of the job postings. To request corrections, email communications@aapcho.org noting “Health Care Job Bank Request” in your subject.

 

WIC Supervisor/Registered Dietitian

Waimanalo Health Center is seeking applications for a WIC Supervisor/Registered Dietitian. The position is responsible for the planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of the WIC program, a federally funded supplemental nutrition program at Waimānalo Health Center. The WIC Supervisor is expected to provide direct nutritional services, contract monitoring and supervisory duties necessary to administer the WIC program.

Qualifications:

  • Certificate of graduation from an accredited didactic program with a Bachelor of Science in Dietetics; Master’s degree from accredited organization is preferred.
  • Must be a Registered Dietitian, as deemed by the Commission on Dietetic Registration
  • Demonstrated leadership, team building and change management skills.
  • Must maintain a professional appearance, and maintain willingness to serve the public.
  • Must have the ability to work with diverse cultures.
  • Able to function with little or no supervision.
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with individuals, groups, and professionals in a culturally appropriate manner.
  • MAINTAINS STRICT CONFIDENTIALITY of all patients and employee information in compliance with HIPAA regulations.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively as a member of a team.
  • This position may be required to work flexible or extended hours with minimal advance notice.
  • Supervisory experience is highly desired.
  • Experience in a Community Health Care Setting is desired.
  • Computer skills required.
  • Familiarity with the communities to be served is preferred.

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:

  • Two-Step Tuberculosis clearance is required
  • Basic Life Support certification is required.

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Hepatitis B Fellow

AAPCHO is seeking applications for a Hepatitis B Policy Fellow. The fellowship is a year-long position, with the possibility of renewal, based in Washington, D.C. The Fellowship will be awarded to a medical, public health, or policy professional interested in strengthening the collaboration between key stakeholders and the federal government, highlighting key gaps in policy and service delivery, and working with partners to address the disparate impact of hepatitis B on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Educate members of Congress and federal agency stakeholders of the impact of the opioid epidemic on increasing hepatitis B cases in the United States.
  • Develop with external partners educational materials for providers to increase awareness and administration of hepatitis B vaccination among adults, as well as increase hepatitis B testing.
  • Promote the National Adult Hepatitis B Vaccination Campaign by encouraging partners to coordinate local/regional screening and vaccination activities on National Adult Hepatitis B Vaccination Awareness Day.
  • Partner with community and Congressional leaders to develop a policy agenda that strives to increase access to healthcare, medications, and vaccines for those with or at risk of chronic hepatitis B infection.

Qualifications:

  • Have at least three years of program management or policy analysis experience;
  • Have experience in or knowledge of immigrant and underserved communities;
  • Have completed a master’s degree or work equivalent in health services research, clinical services, public health, health administration, health law, health policy, or a related discipline such as economics or political science;
  • Have demonstrated expertise in health policy issues and track record of informing health policy through research, policy analysis or clinical leadership;
  • Have significant interest in public policy and exemplify strong interest in applying hepatitis B field knowledge to crafting and driving targeted policies to reduce the burden of hepatitis B among Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders;
  • Be able to work in a fast-paced environment with the AAPCHO policy advocacy and other teams when needed, communicate effectively on a wide variety of topics, and collaborate with a diverse group of individuals and organizations;
  • Reside in/be able to relocate to the Washington, DC metropolitan area; and
  • Is authorized to work in the United States.

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