NIHB Career Opportunities

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The National Indian Health Board seeks qualified candidates for the following open positions based in Washington DC:


Public Health Project Coordinator

The National Indian Health Board (NIHB) seeks an experienced Project Coordinator for current and future public health programs, including projects on public health accreditation, methamphetamine and suicide prevention, HIV prevention, obesity prevention, and youth wellness. The Project Coordinator will work with the Director of Public Health Programs and Policy to implement programs, prepare program reports, and write grants to ensure the sustainability of current programs and advance the organization’s public health goals. The coordinator will also work with colleagues in the Public Health Programs and Policy Department and organization wide, to envision, coordinate and implement public health events...

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Director of Public Health Programs and Policy

The Director of Public Health Programs and Policy serves as the principal NIHB public health representative and provides comprehensive oversight, including technical and administrative assistance, to all NIHB public health related grants, contracts, and activities. The Director advocates for Tribal needs related to public health issues, infrastructure, and programs and therefore must have expert knowledge in these topics and past experience that informs this understanding. A successful candidate will understand the political environment surrounding public health and demonstrate the ability to diplomatically navigate and succeed in that environment...

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Policy and Program Associate

The Policy and Program Associate will serve as the lead administrative staffer in support of the Tribal Leaders Diabetes Committee (TLDC). The Associate also will provide support to the Public Health Policy and Program Manager for TLDC by coordinating and/or facilitating outreach, training and technical assistance...

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Public Health Programs and Policy Fellow

The NIHB seeks an enthusiastic and quick learner to serve as a Fellow within the Public Health Programs and Policy Department. This position will work on several different projects, including projects on methamphetamine and suicide prevention, HIV prevention, obesity prevention, and oral healthcare. The Fellow will provide supportive services to programs on administrative, programmatic and logistical levels. This position is an ideal learning and growth opportunity as the Fellow will be exposed to a variety of health topics, and also will learn about non-profit and grants management, community mobilization, provision of training and technical assistance, meeting facilitation, technical writing, and constituent communication. The Fellow will work with Public Health Project Coordinators, Managers, and the Director to implement communication strategies, document grant progress, coordinate meetings (in-person and via telephone), conduct research on relevant topics, and prepare required reports and memorandums...

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Non-NIHB Career Opportunities



Posted - October 24, 2014

Associate Director for Tribal Support

Office for State, Tribal, Local and Territorial Support (OSTLTS) of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

OSTLTS serves as the primary link among CDC, the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, and tribal governments. OSTLTS is responsible for coordinating CDC programs and policies that focus on American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) communities.

The Associate Director for Tribal Support position requires deep awareness of the unique cultural, environmental, social, economic, political, and other interrelated factors that impact the health of AI/AN populations. The position is a Public Health Advisor (GS-15).

To apply, visit www.usajobs.gov

  • Candidates external to the federal government apply to job announcement HHS-CDC-D1-15-1241167
  • Candidates internal to the federal government apply to job announcement HHS-CDC-M1-15-1241170
    The application closing date is November 6, 2014

Questions about this opportunity should be directed to CDC’s Human Capital and Resources Management Office at hrcs@cdc.gov or 770-488-1725. (Note: Please do not submit resumes to that email address.)



Posted - October 10, 2014

5 Open Positions at United South and Eastern Tribes, Inc. (USET):

USET Health Program Evaluation Coordinator

The USET Health Program Evaluation Coordinator supports the United South and Eastern Tribes, Inc. (USET) - Tribal Health Program Support (THPS) staff with planning, implementing and coordinating evaluation activities for the Program. The incumbent will be responsible for preparing various written reports including program and project evaluation reports...Full Job Description (PDF)

USET Health Project Administrator

The Health Project Administrator’s primary responsibility is for supporting the objectives of the United South and Eastern Tribes, Inc. (USET) multi-year grant projects and other programs. The work will require judgment, planning...Full Job Description (PDF)

USET Health Communications Specialist

The Health Communication Specialist is responsible for assisting United South and Eastern Tribes, Inc., Tribal Health Program Support (THPS) personnel in selected projects. The incumbent will develop and revise materials related to translational data issues including communication of health related reports and materials to various target audiences...Full Job Description (PDF)

USET Accounting Clerk

The USET Accounting Clerk will assist the Accounting Department in performing all phases of accounting associated with the efficient fiscal management of all programs and accounts administered by USET...Full Job Description (PDF)

USET Health Policy Analyst

The Health Policy Analyst provides support to the United South and Eastern Tribes, Inc. (USET) Director-Tribal Health Program Support and Executive Director. The incumbent will exercise significant discretion in carrying out the position’s responsibility for reviewing, analyzing, and providing...Full Job Description (PDF)



Posted - October 3, 2014

Public Health Advisor
Department Of Health And Human Services
Indian Health Service

The Indian Health Service (IHS) is the principal federal health care provider and health advocate for American Indians and Alaska Natives (AI/AN)...

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Posted - September 29, 2014

ALASKA NATIVE HEALTH BOARD
Policy Analyst

The Policy Analyst has responsibility to provide policy analysis and technical assistance for the Alaska Native Health Board’s (ANHB) state and federal legislative affairs through effective management and coordination of self-governance; state, federal, and tribal relations; legislative and administrative advocacy; and related functions to support ANHB’s mission and vision. The Policy Analyst also provides assistance to the President and CEO to improve the capabilities and operation for ANHB and activities in order to better serve member organizations....

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