MEDtalk Event: Global Health Panel and Reception

The GW Center for Career Services and GW MedLife would like to invite you to attend:

MEDtalk Event: Global Health Panel & Reception
Wednesday, March 1
6:30-8:30pm
Marvin Center Continental Ballroom

If you are Interested in international development, global public health, health care, sustainability, health communication, or human services, you will want to attend this exclusive event featuring a panel of professionals in the field of international health and development.

Open to all GW students, staff and faculty

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Tip of the Week: Federal Government Best Places to Work By Mission: Public Health

GOVERNMENT-WIDE ANALYSIS

Mission Findings


The federal government faces many critical challenges, from protecting national security, public health and the environment to rebuilding the nation’s infrastructure, managing immigration and ensuring energy independence.

The level of engagement by federal employees—their satisfaction with their jobs and workplaces, and their commitment to the mission of their agencies—can be important factors in how well they perform and whether agencies can effectively accomplish their goals and effectively serve the public interest.

For a second year in a row, the Partnership for Public Service and Deloitte expanded on the traditional Best Places to Work rankings of large, midsize, small and agency subcomponents by placing a select group of agencies into five mission areas: public health, law enforcement and border protection, national security, energy and environment, and infrastructure.

 

If you are interested in working for a federal agency check out this list of Public Health federal employers.

 

 

GW VALOR Travel Award Program : An Initiative Sponsored by the Center for Career Services

Through the generosity of GW Trustee Mark Shenkman and to further support GW VALOR Online students, an award allocated to travel funding has been established to bring eligible VALOR Students participating in online GW degree programs to campus in order to connect and interact with industry professionals and employers at specific events. An additional benefit of this campus visit will be the opportunity for students to meet with a career coach, faculty, GW VALOR staff, and tour the main GW campus. Please click here to read more information and to apply for eligible events for the travel award during the 2017 Spring Semester.

Medical Staff Assistant Position-Elliot Aleskow, M.D., P.C.

Seeking an MPH student to work in an internal medicine practice near Foggy Bottom.  Position ideal for students in Master of Public Health interested in a field in the medical sciences.

The job would entail organizing and filing of information in medical records and clinical experiences taking histories, performing EKGs and pulmonary function evaluations.  Candidates must be available to work at least 3 full  (from 8:00-4:30 continuous ) weekdays and have a GPA of 3.5 or higher.  Need at least one year commitment.  Please email resumes to dedoc100@aol.com.

The Advisory Board Company – Healthcare Consulting Analyst, Clinovations

The Advisory Board Company is seeking exceptional candidates who are seniors or recent college graduates looking for management consulting opportunities in healthcare. Candidates from all academic majors are encouraged to apply. Their goal is to develop each Business Analyst into a trained healthcare consultant and foster the creation of an experienced business leader of tomorrow. For more information and to apply click here.

Public Health Career Fair

Date: Tuesday, March 28th

Time: 3-6 pm

Location: Milken Institute School of Public Health Convening Center

Network with over 30 Public Health employers to kick off your job or internship search. Check your student or alumni newsletter as we get closer to the event for more details on the attending employers.

 

Program Associate -TAPUR Study

Are you interested in pursuing a rewarding career within a premier and growing non-profit organization, while being exposed to clinical trials research and support? Do you desire a position that entails multiple responsibilities while giving you the chance to enhance your skills? Do you have an interest or experience in research? Click here for more details about this opportunity.

Mary’s Center Executive Assistant and Special Projects Coordinator

Position Summary:
This individual is a member of the President’s senior staff, reporting directly to the President and providing confidential executive-level support to the President. Responsible for a broad and complex set of assignments related to the duties of the President/CEO; provides administrative support for all presidential activities acting on behalf of the President/CEO and the organization in a manner that reflects the President’s priorities and the organization’s mission, goals and values. Learn more about how to apply for this position here.