Meharry Career Network

Associate Dentist

Castle Dental
Chattanooga, TN

 

Job Description:

At Castle Dental, we are dedicated to serving patients and providing quality dental care in a group practice setting among high-caliber dental professionals. If you are seeking clinical autonomy with the backing of a full support team and the latest technology, we have the ideal opportunity for you in Chattanooga, TN.

 

Your Role as a Dentist:

As an integral part of a hardworking dental team, we encourage you to give guidance and direction to your dental assistants, hygienists and other support personnel. And while you’ll have the support of the entire office, you’ll have full autonomy over your patients, a steady stream of patients to keep you busy and exposure to all types of procedures. We also offer top-of-the-line technology and safety equipment to help you give high quality, compassionate care.

 

What’s It Like to Work at Castle Dental?

We believe in building a happy, harmonious work environment where you love what you do—and our culture supports that. You’ll have the opportunity to advance in your dental career and the chance to explore continuing education programs.

 

  • We’ll give you your own built-in network of referrals
  • You’ll work in a group practice with GP dentists and specialists, ensuring your patients are well taken care of
  • We have dedicated dental assistants and a front-office team that we know you’ll love working with

 

What We Need From You

  • A DDS or DMD degree from an accredited dental school
  • Active dental license in the state you’re hired in
  • Current CPR certification
  • DEA certificate

 

What We’ll Offer You

  • Unparalleled support to develop your skill sets
  • Continuing education programs and mentoring on your schedule
  • A culture that celebrates success and diversity
  • Benefits and perks for you, your family and even your pets!
  • Medical, Dental, Vision and 401K for full-time positions

Contact

Kelsey Wiginton
kelsey.wiginton@smilebrands.com
949-525-6478

 

06.04.2019

Student Position (MPH) — Clerk 3

Tennessee Department of Health

 

Mission and Vision:
The mission of the Tennessee Department of Health (TDH) is to protect, promote, and improve the health and prosperity of people in Tennessee. The vision of TDH is to be a recognized and trusted leader, partnering and engaging to accelerate Tennessee to one of the nation’s ten healthiest states.

 

Program Description:
Healthcare-associated infections (HAI) are acquired by patients during the course of receiving treatment for other conditions within healthcare settings. HAIs are one of the top 10 causes of death in the United States. Both surveillance and prevention activities are vital in reducing the number of patients affected by HAIs. In Tennessee, hospitals and long-term acute care facilities are required to report certain HAIs to TDH. Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) is a family of highly drug-resistant organisms that are frequently associated with healthcare settings. Some CRE infections result in a 50%-70% case mortality rate and therefore, are of urgent concern. The TDH HAI program performs statewide surveillance of CRE.

 

Position Description:
This is a part-time position (8–15 hours weekly); hours can be accommodated around class schedules, and candidates should be projected to graduate no earlier than Spring 2020. This individual will be responsible for reviewing case reports to determine if case definition is met (30%); acquiring and entering antibiotic susceptibility reports into the statewide surveillance system (40%); contacting external laboratories and facilities to verify submission of bacterial isolates (10%), reviewing state public health laboratory (SPHL) reports (10%), contacting facilities/providers regarding lab results(10%). Attendance of weekly HAI and team meetings and CEDEP surveillance meetings is highly encouraged. Additional opportunities to participate in outbreak responses and other projects may arise.

 

How to Apply:
Please email your resume and transcript to hai.health@tn.gov with Clerk 3 in the subject line.

Contact

 

05.20.2019

Tennessee Department of Health
Internship Programs

 

Summer, spring and fall positions available. For more info go to www.tn.gov/health and search “internships.”

Apply

 

04.22.2019

Medical Director For Student Health Services

The Ohio State University

 

In this highly visible role in the Office of Student Life, this position is responsible for:

  • Contributing to the development of an organizational structure that maximizes health center resources and facilitates improved access to health center services.
  • Managing public health issues such as disease outbreak in a large institution.
  • Building and establishing collaborative relationships with the directors of Student Wellness, Counseling and Consultation Service, and Student Health Insurance to ensure that students have access to health care and a continuum of care across departments.
  • Building and establishing collaborative relationships with the leadership of the health sciences and public health colleges to improve service delivery, increase teaching opportunities for health sciences’ students and research opportunities that could improve the health and wellness of the student population.
  • Acquiring an understanding of the health services revenue sources including the Student Health Insurance, third party insurance plans, Medicaid funding, general funds and revenue enhancing plans.

The successful candidate will demonstrate:

• A student-focused approach.
• Innovative and creative energy with a capacity to lead. • Ability to build effective teams.
• Commitment to diversity and inclusion.

Position Requirements:

• Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from an accredited medical school

• Board-certified in a primary care discipline

• Ohio medical license or license eligible, DEA registration and BLS-HCW certification.

• Minimum of 10 years direct patient care experience.

• 5 years of progressive administrative responsibility with demonstrated strategic planning, leadership and supervisory experience.

• Experience optimizing and increasing the performance of a diverse team through performance management and ongoing training and development.

Apply

 

04.17.2019

Physician, Montgomery County Health Department

Clarksville, Tennessee

 

The Tennessee Department of Health is seeking a licensed Physician. Under the guidance of the Regional Medical Director for the Mid-Cumberland Region of the Tennessee Department of Health, the Physician will serve as a primary care provider in the Montgomery County Health Department in Clarksville, TN, and will be responsible for clinical duties of considerable difficulty, precepting advanced practice nurses, and performing related work as required. Duties include examining patients, diagnosing illness, and developing and implementing plans of care including preventive care. Essential competencies include analytical skills, problem solving, communication, and adaptability.

 

Qualifications:
The successful candidate will hold a Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) degree and be board certified or board eligible in Internal Medicine or Family Medicine. Medical licensure in the State of Tennessee is required. Experience with electronic medical records systems strongly preferred.

 

Interested parties should send a CV and cover letter to Kelly.Swindell@tn.gov

 

The Tennessee Dept. of Health is an equal opportunity, equal access, affirmative action employer.

Contact

Lacey Houston
Senior Recruiter/ Talent Management Assistant Director
Tennessee Department of Health
710 James Robertson Parkway, 5th Floor
Nashville, TN 37243
615.532.8663 O.
615.970.1089 C.
lacey. j.houston@tn.gov
tn.gov/health

 

03.12.2019

Dentist, Upper Cumberland Region

Cookeville, Tennessee

 

Permanent, full-time state position is available for a Dentist with the Tennessee Department of Health in the Upper Cumberland Region. This position will serve as the Regional Dental Director overseeing 14 Federally Qualified Health Centers and the School-Based Dental Prevention Program.

 

This position is based in Cookeville, Tennessee, at the Upper Cumberland Regional Health Office. Cookeville serves as the county seat of Putnam County and anchors the Cookeville Micropolitan Statistical Area. As of the 2010 U.S. Census, Cookeville’s population was 32,464 and Putnam County’s 74,553.

 

Centrally located between some of the top destinations in the state, Cookeville is 105 miles from Knoxville, 83 miles from Nashville and 88 miles from Chattanooga. It is also home to Tennessee Technological University, within close proximity to multiple state parks that boast spectacular waterfalls and hiking and has a very affordable cost of living.

 

Job duties for the Regional Dental Director position include:

  • Administer and manage the Clinical Dental Program to maintain delivery of quality dental services in accordance with Tennessee Department of Health Standards of Practice
  • Manage the School-Based Dental Prevention Program in accordance with the School- Based Dental Prevention Program Guidelines
  • Provide direct services in compliance with the Tennessee Department of Health Standards of Practice and the Tennessee Dental Practice Act
  • Provide comprehensive dental services to FQHC populations, to include children and adults, in accordance with Standards of Practice guidelines
  • Provide leadership and support to all dental programs, insure compliance of standardized training, evaluate staff and insure productivity meets established guidelines
  • Current staff that will be supervised includes: 3 dentists, 4 dental assistants and 3 dental hygienists

 

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Graduation from an approved school of dentistry
  • Current license to practice dentistry in the State of Tennessee
  • Minimum of 3 years of clinical dental experience

The State of Tennessee offers great benefits including:

  • Convenient working hours, Monday through Friday, 37.5 hours per week
  • 11 paid holidays
  • Affordable insurance premiums for health, dental and vision
  • Retirement Plan, 401K and 457K plan options
  • Employee Discount Program
  • Additional benefits are list at www.tn.gov/hr/employees1/benefits.html

 

Salary/Range:
Compensation and benefits arrangements are competitive and will be commensurate with the selected candidate’s experience and responsibilities of this position.

 

Interested candidates should send resumes to Veran Fairrow DDS, MPH at
veran.fairrow@tn.gov

 

Pursuant to the State of Tennessee’s Workplace Discrimination and Harassment policy, the State is firmly committed to the principle of fair and equal employment opportunities for its citizens and strives to protect the rights and opportunities of all people to seek, obtain, and hold employment without being subjected to illegal discrimination and harassment in the workplace. It is the State’s policy to provide an environment free of discrimination and harassment of an individual because of that person’s race, color, national origin, age (40 and over), sex, pregnancy, religion, creed, disability, veteran’s status or any other category protected by state and/or federal civil rights laws.

Contact

Lacey Houston
Senior Recruiter/ Talent Management Assistant Director
Tennessee Department of Health
710 James Robertson Parkway, 5th Floor
Nashville, TN 37243
615.532.8663 O.
615.970.1089 C.
lacey. j.houston@tn.gov
tn.gov/health

 

03.12.2019

Deputy Medical Director

Tennessee Department of Health Division of Family Health and Wellness

 

Job Classification: Physician (Executive Service)

 

Education: MD/DO/DNP, MPH (preferred, experience with public health or community based experience may be substituted)

 

Requirements:

  • Must have active, unrestricted TN medical license

 

Ideal candidate:

  • Internal Medicine, OB/Gyn, Pediatrics, Family Medicine, Med/Peds, or Preventive Medicine
  • Experience with public health and community-based systems
  • Vision for systems approach to promoting health
  • Leadership experience in messaging, assessment, partnerships and programs to address socialdeterminants of health and health disparities
  • Experience with grant applications and reporting
  • Experience in management of large teams
  • Experience in communications with media and high level stakeholders including governmental and community partners

 

Job Duties:
The Division of Family Health and Wellness administers prevention and safety net programs and facilitates partnerships to promote population health objectives across the state. Programs administered by the Division include Chronic Disease and Tobacco Prevention, WIC services, Early Childhood Initiatives, Injury Prevention, Perinatal Regionalization, Newborn Screening, Children and Youth with Special Healthcare Needs, and Women’s Health programs. The Deputy Medical Director of the Division is a senior executive position with the following responsibilities:

 

  • Guide the Division in the selection, evaluation, and implementation of evidence-based prevention strategies that align with the Maternal and Child Health Block grant and department priority areas
  • Oversee development of policies related to women’s health services, infant and maternal mortality reduction, and obesity prevention in local health departments and via collaborative external partnerships
  • Workforce development including enhanced utilization of the peer-reviewed literature and incorporating this information into program efforts
  • Assist with preparation and review of grant reports and applications
  • Develop public health capacity for effective strategic planning, funding utilization, and evaluation
  • Represent Division at TDH Medical Leadership team meetings as needed
  • Present to local, regional, state, and national groups as requested on topics relevant to sectionwork
  • Provide medical review for child and maternal fatality review cases as needed
  • Provide support for the convening of advisory committees including the Perinatal AdvisoryCommittee, Genetics Advisory Committee, Children’s Special Services, and Birth DefectsRegistry
  • Ensure equitable allocation of available funds to groups or geographic regions disproportionately burdened by poor health outcomes

 

Personnel Details:

  • Direct supervision of 3-5 senior staff (section chiefs, epidemiologists, program managers)
  • Could arrange for 1 day/week of clinical duties in local health department
  • Reports to Assistant Commissioner (MD)

 

Interested applicants should send CV and letter of interest to Dr. Morgan McDonald (Morgan.mcdonald@tn.gov).

 

Reminder: This job posting is open until filled so interested applicants should apply as soon as possible.

 

The State of Tennessee is an equal opportunity, equal access, affirmative action employer.

Contact

Lacey Houston
Senior Recruiter/ Talent Management Assistant Director
Tennessee Department of Health
710 James Robertson Parkway, 5th Floor
Nashville, TN 37243
615.532.8663 O.
615.970.1089 C.
lacey. j.houston@tn.gov
tn.gov/health

 

03.12.2019

Health Related Boards Director

Tennessee Department of Health, Division of Health Licensure and Regulation
Salary Range: $4,542- $8,176

 

The Tennessee Department of Health (TDH) Division of Health Licensure and Regulation (DHLR) is seeking a Health Related Boards Director. This executive service position reports directly to the Assistant Commissioner. The position provides leadership and management to an office of 76 staff members. The office licenses approximately 298,517 health professionals annually on behalf of 34 health related boards, councils and committees.

 

Description of the position:
The director will provide executive-level leadership for the Office of Health Related Boards in the Division of Health Licensure and Regulation. The office provides administrative, fiscal and personnel support for 34 boards, commissions and councils attached to the Division. The director will supervise nine employees, all of whom provide direct administrative services. The director will manage all health related board activity to ensure compliance with all requirements of law, rule/regulation and policy relative to licensure and regulation of health professionals.

 

Specifically, this position will: 1) attend board meetings and disciplinary hearings; 2) advise boards on administrative matters, including but not limited to oversight of a budget of approximately 20 million dollars ; 3) provide leadership on behalf of boards in connection with proposed and enacted legislation, including but not limited to opining about the fiscal impact of proposed legislation; 4) develop training tools to ensure board members are informed and effective; 5) maintain communication with board leadership and the licensed population; and 6) provide leadership for performance and sunset audits and rulemaking proposals, including appearing before the legislature as needed. In the performance of theses duties, the director will work collaboratively with the Assistant Commissioner, each board chairperson, each board director and the Office of General Counsel.

 

The director will ensure timeliness of all aspects of licensure and ensure all work is performed in a culture of reflecting excellent customer service. The director shall be knowledgeable of all aspects of licensure and shall be able to provide consultation and technical assistance to licensees, government officials, and the public for the clarification of statutes and rules, and develop long range goals and objectives for continuing improvement in the licensure and regulation of health professionals.

 

Qualifications:

J.D. preferred

Required – Graduate of an accredited college or university with a Master’s degree in business management, public health administration OR possess a paralegal certificate; and demonstrable
management experience and a minimum of five years leadership and supervision of more than twenty employees.

 

Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter to:

Vanessia London, Human Resource Analyst 3
Tennessee Department of Health
Division of Health Licensure and Regulation
665 Mainstream Drive, Second Floor
Nashville, TN 37243
(615) 741-4554
Vanessia.london@tn.gov

 

The State of Tennessee is an equal opportunity, equal access, affirmative action employer.

 

Contact

Lacey Houston
Senior Recruiter/ Talent Management Assistant Director
Tennessee Department of Health
710 James Robertson Parkway, 5th Floor
Nashville, TN 37243
615.532.8663 O.
615.970.1089 C.
lacey. j.houston@tn.gov
tn.gov/health

 

03.12.2019

Primary Care Director, Mid-Cumberland Region

Nashville, Tennessee

 

Description:
The Mid-Cumberland Region of the Tennessee Department of Health is seeking a Primary Care Director. The Mid-Cumberland Region is the most populous of the state’s 13 public health jurisdictions, encompassing twelve counties with a total population of 1.2 million people. The region provides primary care in 16 local health department sites, including a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). The Primary Care Director serves as a leader for primary care activities within the region, with a focus on clinical mentoring, quality improvement and continuing education. The position is based in Nashville, TN.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Provide clinical mentoring to local health department providers (physicians and advanced practice nurses) including initial and ongoing professional practice evaluations, chart reviews and individualized clinical guidance.
  • Facilitate onboarding, training and continuing education of local health department providers.
  • Utilize quality improvement methods to ensure and maintain efficient and effective clinic processes, including patient flow.
  • Analyze monthly productivity reports to identify issues or areas for improvement.
  • Monitor lab usage for appropriateness and review other clinical reports on a regular basis.
  • Oversee reallocation of clinical resources within the region based on need.
  • Supervise regional primary care staff, including supervisory administrative duties and performance management activities.
  • Serve as the Chief Medical Officer for the Stewart County FQHC
    • Provide primary clinical care to health department patients on a scheduled basis
    • Participate in monthly board meetings and team meetings

 

Requirements:
Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Osteopathy with board certification in internal medicine or family medicine. Medical licensure in state of Tennessee required. Candidate should be a self-directed problem solver possessing excellent clinical skills and significant clinical mentoring experience. Candidate must be a quick learner, have strong computer skills and have the ability to adapt to constantly changing environments, including new electronic medical record systems. Experience in public health or FQHCs preferred.

 

Interested parties should send a CV with cover letter to deidra.d.parrish@tn.gov

Contact

Lacey Houston
Senior Recruiter/ Talent Management Assistant Director
Tennessee Department of Health
710 James Robertson Parkway, 5th Floor
Nashville, TN 37243
615.532.8663 O.
615.970.1089 C.
lacey. j.houston@tn.gov
tn.gov/health

 

03.12.2019

Physician

Dickson County Health Department

 

Under the guidance of the Regional Medical Director for the Mid-Cumberland Region of the Tennessee Department of Health, the Physician serves as a primary care provider in the Dickson County Health Department, based in Dickson, TN with an additional site in White Bluff, TN. The Physician is responsible for clinical duties of considerable difficulty, precepting advanced practice nurses and performing related work as required. Duties include examining patients, diagnosing illness and developing and implementing plans of care including preventive care. Essential competencies include analytical skills, problem solving, communication and adaptability.

 

Qualifications:
The successful candidate will hold a Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) degree and be board certified or board eligible in Internal Medicine or Family Medicine. Medical licensure in the State of Tennessee is required. Experience with electronic medical records systems strongly preferred.

 

Interested parties should send a CV and cover letter to Kelly.Swindell@tn.gov

 

Contact

Lacey Houston
Senior Recruiter/ Talent Management Assistant Director
Tennessee Department of Health
710 James Robertson Parkway, 5th Floor
Nashville, TN 37243
615.532.8663 O.
615.970.1089 C.
lacey. j.houston@tn.gov
tn.gov/health

 

03.12.2019

Deputy Medical Director, HIV Prevention & Treatment
Tennessee Department of Health

Nashville, Tennessee

 

This position will serve as the Deputy Medical Director of the statewide HIV/STD/Viral Hepatitis Section. Primary responsibilities involve oversight of programs related to HIV prevention and treatment in Tennessee. These include Ryan White, the Aids Drug Assistance Program, HOPWA, and HIV-related medical and wraparound services. This position will utilize data to guide program and policy development, and will provide clinical and programmatic oversight for the implementation of all related prevention and treatment activities. This position requires advanced management and leadership skills. Some clinical opportunities are available depending on interest.

 

Job responsibilities include:

  • Design, implement, and evaluate public health programs to reduce HIV infections, and related morbidity;
  • Serve as liaison with local health departments, state and national government agencies, academic and community-based providers regarding HIV-related issues;
  • Conduct data analyses, surveillance and investigation of HIV and associated infections;
  • Oversee the preparation of state and federal funding applications;
  • Manage a large budget and staff

 

This program is in the Tennessee Department of Health, Division of Communicable and Environmental Diseases and Emergency Preparedness (CEDEP). The Division includes a wide range of programs, including immunizations, healthcare associated infections, TB, environmental health, emergency preparedness, and general communicable diseases.

 

Desired Qualifications:

  • M.D. with U.S. medical license and work experience in public health;
  • Experience in the field of HIV or infectious disease;
  • Five or more years of full-time supervisory work;
  • Experience preparing grant applications and managing large budgets
  • Strong oral and written communication, program management and leadership skills.

 

To apply, send Cover Letter and CV to:

Donna Teasley, Personnel Officer
5th Fl., AJT
710 James Robertson Pkwy.
Nashville, TN 37243
(615) 741-0304
Donna.Teasley@tn.gov

Contact

Lacey Houston
Senior Recruiter/ Talent Management Assistant Director
Tennessee Department of Health
710 James Robertson Parkway, 5th Floor
Nashville, TN 37243
615.532.8663 O.
615.970.1089 C.
lacey. j.houston@tn.gov
tn.gov/health

 

03.12.2019

Junior Scholar Intensive Training (JSIT)
Retirement and Disability Research Summer Workshop

University of Wisconsin-Madison

 

Howard University’s Center on Race and Wealth (CRW) and the Center for Financial Security (CFS) at the University of Wisconsin–Madison seek applications for the Junior Scholar Intensive Training (JSIT) Summer Workshop. This week-long workshop, held at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, will bring together PhD students, newly graduated PhD researchers, and junior faculty who are interested in topics related to disability and retirement research in the United States. The goal of JSIT is to provide emerging scholars with training to develop research ideas and with mentoring to write an initial research proposal. The research proposals that scholars develop through JSIT may be eligible for small grants or other support. JSIT is supported by the Social Security Administration Retirement and Disability Research Consortium.

 

This interdisciplinary training will be led by faculty from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and other institutions. This interactive workshop will include group and individual work, as well as seminar style presentations. Each participant will have access to a mentor and support to develop a research proposal over the course of the week. Workshop topics will include:

 

  • Strategies for formulating research questions and hypotheses
  • Working with data sets
  • Communicating and translating research
  • How to get the most out of a mentor relationship
  • Grant writing basics

 

Application Deadline: April 15

Apply>

Contact

Application questions:
Dr. Janet Griffin-Graves
jrgriffin-graves@howard.edu

Workshop questions:
Dr. J. Michael Collins
jmcollins@wisc.edu

 

03.08.2019

Dental Office Available

Brentwood/Franklin, Tennessee

 

The immediate practice location opportunity for your start-up or satellite is available in Brentwood/Franklin. This Cool Springslocation just west of the mall draws heavy drive-by traffic. The space has been a dental office for the past 30 years, so it is a well-known location. All equipment is in place and ready for you to personalize the location with your own practice logo and signage on the marquee and door entrance.

 

This 3-chair office has approximately 1,000 square feet of well-appropriated space. It includes dental units, operating lights, 3 wall-mounted x-ray units, panoramic x-ray, autoclave, model trimmer, mobile carts, nitrous oxide/oxygen cart, air compressor, vacuum, wall cabinets, sinks, plaster storage bin, and more.

 

If your current location has become crowded with associate doctors, if you have a son or daughter who has recently graduated and needs a start-up location, if you simply want to get away from the same location you’ve occupied for years, or if you are looking for a satellite location to serve more of your diverse patient clientele, this is a tremendous opportunity for you.

 

For more information, call, email, text, or write.

Contact
Ron Hallmark, D.D.S.
1585 Mallory Lane, Suite 101
Brentwood, TN 37027
dr.hallmark@hallmarkdds.com
Office: 615.377.6306
Cell: 615.406.1428

 

01.22.2019

Project Management Assistant

HCA

 

JOB SUMMARY

What makes IT&S unique as a technology company is that our solutions ultimately impact the care of patients. Although our skills are needed in a number of industries, we in IT&S apply them specifically to the noble cause of healthcare. We are “Healthcare Inspired.” It is this guiding vision that pervades and positively influences every level of our organization. It shapes our mission, defines our values, and brings our leaders and employees together in a shared enthusiasm for their work, setting IT&S apart as a uniquely purpose-driven company in the IT industry.

 

HCA IT&S Project Management Assistants are innovative individuals who use creativity and relationship skills to deliver business value. HCA IT&S Project Manager Assistants work with various levels of Project Managers and are responsible for the coordination of project work.  They also serve as a backup for the Project Manager, leading meetings and producing status updates. On large projects, the Project Manager Assistant may be given a sub-component of the project to manage on his/her own.

 

OUR PURPOSE

Applied to this position, your skills will help transform healthcare through technology and solutions that dramatically improve patient care and business operations.

 

CORE COMPETENCIES

The following are highlighted entrepreneurial competencies and core expectations for the job/role:

  • Learning Agility
  • Communication and interpersonal skills
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Stakeholder partnership
  • Servant Leadership
  • Risk management
  • Judgment

At HCA IT&S, your deliverables will influence patient care. Every process, technology and decision matters.

 

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Works with project manager to develop project plans, schedules, and budgets (financial performance of the project: actual to budget tracking for labor hours and dollars, operating costs, and capital costs), and to track work and status related to projects aimed at the delivery of IT products and services to HCA business units.
  • Supports project managers in development of labor estimates, cost estimates, schedules, milestones, deliverables, and overall plans projects. Develops and maintains project plan and schedule in Microsoft Project and Clarity/Planview, including the breakdown of project work into manageable groups (project phases and work breakdown and sequencing of work).
  • Works with project manager to develop project charters.
  • Ensures that charter and other deliverables and documents are produced and approved as required. Stores documents and deliverables in appropriate repository.
  • Works with project manager to identify risks and issues and to track contingency plans or issue resolution to completion, including maintaining risk and issue logs and tracking/reporting status.
  • Supports the project managers in tracking project dependencies, interdependencies with other projects and existing products, and critical path items.
  • Writes project status reports on required schedules including progress updates and status of all issues. Distributes status reporting as required – on schedule and adapts frequency and content to the needs of the business as well as IT&S requirements.
  • Participates in project post-closure reviews and creates a lessons learned document in order to identify successful and unsuccessful project elements. Completes project closure documentation and updates relevant tools and repositories.
  • Supports project managers with preparation for and conducting of meetings and other project-related communications.
  • Works within the framework of HCA IT&S project management methodology and HCA governance requirements.

Contact
Demetrius Short
demetrius.short@gmail.com

 

01.22.2019

2019 Nebraska Summer Research Program

University of Nebraska–Lincoln

 

This 10-week residential summer research program provides mentoring and research experiences while allowing scholars to preview graduate school life. Students with a strong interest in graduate programs are particularly encouraged to apply.

 

RESEARCH PROGRAMS

•Applied Plant Systems

•Beneficial Insects

•Bioenergy Systems

•Biomedical Engineering

•Chemistry

•Materials Sciences (MRSEC)

•Minority Health Disparities

•Molecular Plant-Microbe Interaction

•Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure

•Plant and Microbiome

•Redox Biology

•Sustainability of Civil Infrastructure

•Unmanned Systems

•Virology

 

 

Program Dates: June 2 – August 8, 2019
Stipend Range: $4,000 – $6,000
Deadline: March 1

Apply

 

Contact
graduate@unl.edu

 

01.22.2019

Advanced Professional MPH Program

Yale School of Public Health

 

YSPH’s Advanced Professional MPH Program is an accelerated program that allows US medical and dental students to complete the MPH degree in 11 months.

 

We seek highly motivated students who want to fully integrate the public health sciences into their clinical training and prepare for careers and leadership positions in a variety of settings, including academia; health care systems; local, national, and international public health agencies; industry; and non-profit foundations and research organizations.

 

Who can apply?
3rd-year medical and dental students.

 

How is the program structured?

  • 11 months in residence at Yale between third and fourth years.
  • We begin with an intensive, 7-week summer session in July-August,followed by two full-time semesters of study and graduation the following May.

 

What can I study?

  • Applied Biostatistics and Epidemiology
  • Global Health
  • Health Policy
  • Occupational and Environmental Medicine
  • Preventive Medicine
  • Social and Behavioral Sciences

 

Can I take electives outside of YSPH?
Yes! Our students routinely take elective courses throughout the university, including at Yale Law School, the School of Management, the School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, and departments such as anthropology, psychology, sociology, and many more.

 

Can I work as a research assistant?
Yes! Many of our students work about 10 hours per week as a paid RA for faculty in the Schools of Public Health, Medicine, and Nursing.

 

Do I have to take the GRE?
No! We will accept your MCAT score.

 

Can I do the accelerated MPH after I graduate?
Yes! Physicians and dentists are eligible for Yale’s Advanced Professional MPH Program

 

 

Internship Dates: July-August, May
Deadline: January 15

Apply

 

Contact
YSPH Admissions Office
ysph.admissions@yale.edu
(203) 785-2844

 

01.11.2019

Paid Summer Internship

Occupational Health Internship Program

 

The Occupational Health Internship Program (OHIP) is a national summer program dedicated to help students learn about the field of occupational safety and health (OSH) from those most at stake: working people. Since 2004, OHIP has played a key role in training, mentoring, and inspiring a new generation of OSH professionals to prevent job injury and disease through partnerships with worker and community based organizations. A project of the Association of Occupational and Environmental Clinics (AOEC), OHIP has training sites across the country including: the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, and New York City — new sites may be announced for 2019. Our 2018 projects included the examination of San Jose bus operators’ health perspectives on split shifts, the investigation of health and safety hazards in the meatpacking industry in Southern California, a health and safety needs assessment of New York nurses, and the identification of health and safety hazards of Puerto Rican public sector workers post-hurricane Maria.

 

Teams of two students are placed with a union or worker organization to investigate job-related health and safety problems among workers, often employed in an under-served or a high hazard job. Projects are designed to maximize interaction between workers and students. OHIP is an applied research experience, where students learn about the OSH field from the workers’ perspective. Project work emphasizes worker interviews and worksite evaluations. At the end of the project, teams provide a “give back” product to the workers and their host union/worker organization, present their project at a national NIOSH web-conference, and produce a final report. Commitment is full-time, including possible evenings or weekends.

 

Graduate and undergraduate students can apply; some stipends are restricted to US citizens. Non-US citizens must supply documentation of permission to work in the US. Undergraduates must havecompleted two years, preferably in a field related to public health, environmental studies, or public policy. Graduate students in public health, medicine, nursing, or a related field are encouraged to apply. Recent graduates cannot be out of school for more than six months prior to the start of OHIP (i.e. students are not eligible if they graduated prior to December of 2018). We are looking for students with experience or interest in working with unions or social justice organizations, are organized and self-starting, have good team skills and ideally speak a second language such as Spanish, Tagalog, Vietnamese, etc. We encourage underrepresented minority students to apply.

 

Internship Dates: June 17 – August 16, 2019
Deadline: Friday, February 15, 2019
Notified by mid/late March

 

Compensation:
Undergraduate Students – $4,000 stipend
Graduate Students – $5,200 stipend

Apply

 

Contact
Ingrid Denis
E: idenis@aoec.org
P: 1-888-347-2632

 

01.09.2019

Various

Acute Care Clinic

 

Immediate job openings available at Acute Care Clinic of Jamestown, TN and other satellite clinics.  Applicants welcome in the areas of Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Pulmonology, Cardiology and Psychology.  Positions are located in a HIPSA designated area, qualifying for rural physician repayment programs.

Apply

Call: (931) 879 – 5864

 

01.07.2019

Psychiatrist

Acute Care Clinic

 

Immediate job opening for a board certified Psychiatrist available at Acute Care Clinic of Jamestown, TN and other satellite clinics.  Positions are located in a HIPSA designated area, qualifying for rural physician repayment programs.

Apply

Call: (931) 879 – 5864

 

01.07.2019

Instructor/Assistant Professor, Biology (Anatomy & Physiology)

Ellicott City, MD

 

Anne Arundel Community College (AACC) is seeking faculty members committed to the college’s philosophy that education serves the greater good by providing students access to a better life. The candidates for faculty positions understand that community colleges are positioned to fundamentally change people’s lives, and as a result, society itself. Required qualities include a belief that continuous improvement in pedagogy and relationships with students, other faculty, and staff are hallmarks of an educator who has been called to the profession. We are seeking colleagues who embrace the idea of helping students achieve their goals, and approach academic excellence as evidenced in equity as a moral imperative.

 

AACC believes that faculty are the heart of the institution. We are seeking faculty members who are energized by the community college pathways and inclusivity/equity initiatives, and see it as their job to support a diverse set of learners inside and outside the classroom. AACC embraces the notion of life-long learning and continuous improvement, and so is looking for those with a sincere desire to self-reflect on personal instructional practices and work collaboratively with colleagues to improve teaching and learning for all students. The faculty members that AACC seeks to hire live a daily work commitment to the democratic ideal espoused in AACC’s mission.

 

A proven ability to teach college-level anatomy and physiology courses and current experience with a range of distance learning platforms is required. A strong candidate is expected to have excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills. Teaching assignments are 15 faculty load hours per semester to primarily include courses in anatomy and physiology. The candidate will also be expected to participate in college, school, and department service activities including, but not limited to, the job duties and responsibilities listed below. Additionally, the candidate will be expected to develop and implement community education and extended learning programs. Six office hours per semester are required.

Requires:
• Master’s degree or higher in Human Biology, Anatomy and Physiology
• Experience teaching college level Human Biology, Anatomy and Physiology
• Successful completion of coursework in Anatomy and Physiology at the graduate level

Apply

 

01.07.2019

The Meharry Career Network is a collaboration between the Division of Student Affairs, and Institutional Advancement.

 

Meharry Medical College often receives job postings for employers seeking talented physicians, dentists, biomedical scientists and master’s level health professionals.  There is a need to provide a mechanism for sharing career opportunities with Meharry students and alumni. In July 2018, the Meharry Career Network launched.

 

Please share your employment opportunities with the Meharry students and alumni, by emailing position descriptions and related information to the Meharry Career Network at mcn@mmc.edu. Jobs will remain posted for a period of three months from initial publication.

 

It should be noted that posted positions may be filled. Meharry Medical College provides the Career Network as a value-added service and is held harmless regarding the accuracy of the information supplied by employers.