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COMING SOON: GW is moving to Handshake!

This summer, Handshake will replace GWork to become GW’s one-stop shop for managing the career development & recruitment needs of our students, alumni, & employers! Look for an email soon on how to access your new Handshake account!

Public Health students will still be able to access their Practicum by logging into Handshake and clicking on a link that will direct you to the Practicum site. Please contact me at ttavarez@gwu.edu if you have any questions regarding Handshake access.

Thomas Jefferson Health District Opening

Position Title Human Services Program Specialist #08557
Job Description This position is responsible for the District’s day-to-day oversight of 2 Medicaid programs, Babycare and Pre-admission Screenings (ePAS) along with conducting quality improvement and tracking around accounts receivable associated with these two programs. Duties include but are not limited to – serve as a program coordinator of DMAS ePAS and Babycare programs, receiving request calls, performing the PAS intake process for the client, accompanying the Public Health Nurse on child screenings into the homes, data entry during some home visits, after home visit reporting, technical and programmatic assistance, database entry, statistical analysis, developing district policies, coordinating resources for clients, following up with Dept of Social Services (DSS) on outcome screening, and tracking revenues. This position will also provide support to the nursing senior management team of the Thomas Jefferson Health District. Monitoring district-wide program nursing outputs, nursing strategic plan outcomes, along with monitoring nursing performance metrics. Participates in the development and implementation of a nursing quality improvement process.
Closing Date 5/28/2017
Link to Posting http://virginiajobs.peopleadmin.com/postings/76152

 

 

CBO seeks Health Care Analyst

The analyst will focus primarily on coverage of mental health and substance abuse services in the Medicaid program and in related programs administered by the Department of Health and Human Services.  Candidates must have a graduate degree in public policy, public administration, public health, economics, or a related field and experience analyzing or working on public policy issues and strong skills in quantitative methods.  We would appreciate it if you can share this job announcement with your alumni.

CBO’s health analysts work closely with key Congressional staff as they develop federal health care policy. They prepare multiyear spending projections for federal health care programs, analyze the Administration’s budget proposals, and prepare cost estimates for legislation being considered by the Senate and House of Representatives. That legislation may consist of a wide range of proposals to modify the financing or delivery of health care-for example, proposals to modify the set of health care services that federal programs cover, the terms under which the federal government will pay for services, or the amount that the federal government or beneficiaries will pay for covered services.

Qualified and interested candidate should submit a cover letter, résumé, salary history, short writing sample, and contact information for three references at www.cbo.gov/careers. For more information click here.

SABIN VACCINE INSTITUTE ASSOCIATE POSITION

 

Position Summary:

The Associate will support our Vaccine Access and Uptake projects, which aim to increase uptake of new and under-utilized vaccines.  The Associate will be responsible for various duties including assistance with advocacy efforts, event coordination, grant/funder opportunities and resource mobilization.

Responsibilities: 

  • Conduct research for various Vaccine Access and Update projects
  • Conduct literature reviews and summarize findings for proposals and manuscripts
  • Coordinate working groups on various initiatives, as needed
  • Assist with the development of strategies for monitoring, evaluating and reporting the impact of advocacy efforts
  • Coordinate website updates and assist with content for various projects
  • Responsible for Spanish language support for various initiatives
  • Gather and analyze immunization-related data and information by country, region, etc.
  • Assist with the development of consistent research-based materials for outreach, in conjunction with the Communications team
  • Assist in planning and conducting teleconferences and webinars
  • Assist with program budgets and other financial documents
  • Coordinate project implementation, including coordination of all functional areas
  • Maintain collaborative relationships with donors and international partners
  • Additional administrative duties, as needed

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field; candidate pursuing a Master’s in Public Health or other health related field highly desirable
  • 2-4 years relevant professional experience
  • Spanish fluency required; Native Spanish proficiency preferred
  • Website content and management skills highly desirable
  • Excellent communication skills (active listening, writing, speaking)
  • Strong attention to detail, ability to manage complex tasks, highly organized, dependable and able to prioritize competing demands in order to meet deadlines
  • Must demonstrate interest in furthering Sabin’s mission
  • Listens carefully to feedback and comments from staff and adapts plans/actions accordingly
  • Works across the organization, building strong relationships with colleagues
  • Assertive, entrepreneurial orientation; innovative
  • Ability to develop and align managerial and administrative processes that support implementation
  • Highly flexible
  • Strong interpersonal skills; effective at working with others over geographical distance
  • Effectively manages projects so problems are anticipated and solutions identified quickly
  • Ability to travel, with notice

How to Apply:

To be considered, please submit your cover letter and resume via e-mail to jobs@sabin.org, fax to 202-842-7689 or mail to HR Manager, Sabin Vaccine Institute, 2175 K Street, NW, Suite 400, Washington, DC 20037.  Please be sure to reference “Associate” in the subject line.  Your cover letter should: (1) address the reasons for your interest in this position; and, (2) describe the knowledge, skills, and abilities you would bring the Sabin Vaccine Institute.  No phone calls, please.  Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Medstar Analyst Planning Position

Analyst Planning

Category: Professional/MGMT/Physicians
Job Requisition: 10033810
Department: Regional Planning
Facility: MedStar Corporate and Shared Services
Schedule: Full Time
Shift: Day shift
Location: Baltimore, MD
Conducts analysis to support to strategy and business planning function.

Qualifications

EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree in Business, Finance, Health Administration or Public Health required. Master’s degree preferred.

EXPERIENCE: 2 years market/environmental and quantitative analytic experience required. Healthcare planning experience preferred.

LICENSE/CERT/REG: No special certification, registration or licensure is required.

SKILLS: Experience with Microsoft Office Suite required. Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel preferred. Excellent verbal and written communication skills and Advanced data interpretation required. Experience using business intelligence software a plus. Highly motivated, self-starter with a natural sense of curiosity, the ability to adapt to change, exercise initiative, and use independent judgment.

UnitedHealth Group (UHG) Healthcare Analyst

UnitedHealth Group’s (UHG) Center for Health Reform & Modernization (the Center) executes research and data analysis on key health care issues and develops innovative policies and practical solutions for the health care challenges facing our nation. The Center values objectivity and rigor in its work, which is shared with policymakers, researchers, providers, health plans, employers, and the public through publications, presentations, roundtables, and other channels.
Location | Washington, DC | GWork ID #: 862706
Specifically, the Center:
-Conducts research and analysis on key health policy and market issues
-Develops health reform and modernization solutions that:
-Advance population health, increase the quality of care, improve access to services, and reduce system-wide costs;
-Reflect the breadth and depth of the Enterprise’s capabilities and expertise, as well as the Center’s ongoing assessment of public policy impacts; and
-Represent practical, actionable, and scalable options for federal and state policy makers
and private-sector leaders
-Disseminates and leverages its work externally
-Serves as UHG’s thought leadership platform
 
The Center seeks an outstanding and experienced health care analyst to serve as a core member of a high-performing, fast-paced, close-knit team of innovative health care economists, researchers, and analysts working within a dynamic and hard-charging Enterprise. The analyst’s primary responsibilities are to:
-Identify and analyze data to assess market trends and emerging issues
-Perform original data analysis and distill findings
-Review and synthesize research literature and analytic reports
-Draft original written content in an effective and timely manner, including both internal work product and deliverables for publication
-Maintain expertise on key health policy and market issues
-Support the Center’s leadership in other capacities as needed
 
Attributes and qualifications:
-Superior analytic problem solving skills and attention to detail
-Excellent writing and verbal communication skills
-Passionate about health care reform and modernization
-Prepared and highly motivated to make immediate contributions to the Center’s work
-Ability to work independently and as part of a team
-Sound judgment, confidence, and poise
-Experience performing data analysis, and interpreting and summarizing results
-Expertise in, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
-Degree (preferably a Master’s) in a relevant field, including economics, finance, statistics, mathematics, public policy, public administration, or public health
-5+ years of professional experience in health care, public policy, or a related field
 
How to Apply: 
For further information, please contact kelly_krinn@uhg.com with your resume and a cover letter.

Decision Resources Group Consulting Associate Position

Decision Resources Group Consulting (DRG) , a healthcare consulting firm with a specific focus on life sciences and pharma is currently recruiting for their Associate Role at their Yardley, PA location. This position is open to both Grad and Undergrad students graduating in May. GWork ID#: 861849. See below for details. 
 
DRG | Location: Yardley, PA 
The Associate at Decision Resources Consulting is an entry level position that supports project teams and the consulting group by providing research, analysis, and creativity to client engagements, business development initiatives, and internal projects. Associates are integral members of the project team who will be required to act both independently and as key parts of a diverse team. A successful Associate will be a high-energy individual that is able to interact with all levels of project and client teams, provide accurate and timely analysis, and develop valuable results.
 
Associates are expected to contribute to the overall success of a project by executing comprehensive research efforts, owning project tasks, conducting interviews, developing accurate product and market forecasts, and synthesizing large amounts of data into discrete stories and assumptions that drive overall recommendations. As they gain experience, Associates will be expected to participate on multiple projects, effectively manage time commitments, and provide creative insight to each engagement. Associates will be expected to learn and develop quickly with guidance and direction from experienced consultants.
 
Qualifications: 
– Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in a life science, business or related field
– Internship or demonstrated interest in biopharmaceutical, consulting or healthcare industry with a track record 
of extra-curricular achievement
– Strong written, verbal, analytical and organizational skills with a commitment to high quality work
– Exceptional project and time management skills and the ability to handle multiple tasks
– Highly motivated with a strong work ethic
– Familiarity with all Microsoft Office Suite products is essential
 
How to Apply: See GWork for details. 

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.