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August 2023: MdPHA Climate and Health Coordinator
The Maryland Public Health Association (MdPHA), an American Public Health Association (APHA) affiliate, is a non-profit organization of public health professionals dedicated to creating healthy communities and improving the lives of all Marylanders. MdPHA is run by an all-volunteer board of twelve and an Executive Board comprising the President, President-Elect, Past President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Affiliate Representative to the APHA Governing Council. We are looking to hire a part-time coordinator, consultant, or fellow to support the board in activities that include managing a grant to amplify the health voice on climate-related health issues, communicating with the members, developing educational materials for members, grant reporting and deliverable tracking, coordinating with organizational partners, and other activities.
For more information on the position and how to apply, see the job description here.
March 2023: CASA De Maryland
Research and Policy Analyst
This position will provide an aspiring analyst with an exceptional opportunity to demonstrate and develop their skills as part of a small but high-impact and hard-working team. CASA’s Research and Policy Analyst will play an integral role in devising and executing a thought-provoking research agenda that directly informs creative, actionable policy proposals to improve the lives of low-income immigrants and working families. The Research and Policy Analyst will design and implement advocacy campaigns to advance fundamental rights for Latino & immigrant families primarily in local counties and the State of Maryland. The analyst will be deeply involved in all aspects of creating and communicating research products.
January 2023: APHA
APHA has several employment opportunities:
Environmental Health Educator (Prince George's County), Green Healthy Homes Initiative
"The Environmental Health Educator position will work primarily with low income families with young children with asthma who need asthma, healthy homes and energy efficiency services by providing prevention education, helping families to access GHHI’s prevention resources, assisting clients in accessing other housing services programs, and in developing client action plans to prevent asthma episodes, lead poisoning and household injuries."
Faculty Assistant, University of Maryland, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
“The candidate will be part of a project team that has experience in anaerobic digestion of manure or manure+food waste co-digestion, life cycle assessment, greenhouse gas emissions from digestion implementation, agriculture economics, and equity issues.”
Parent Infant Early Childhood Program Manager, University of Maryland, Baltimore
“The Institute for Innovation and Implementation at the University of Maryland, Baltimore School of Social Work has two opportunities for Program Manager positions to join the Institute’s Parent Infant Early Childhood (PIEC) team. The Institute’s PIEC team provides training and technical assistance to guide systems and programs in their efforts to improve outcomes for young children and their families across several local and statewide programs, including Maryland’s Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation (IECMH) workforce and the state-wide Pyramid Model efforts.”