Local Health Department Liaison
Utah Department of Health, Tobacco Prevention and Control Program
Salt Lake County, Utah
As a LHD Liaison you are responsible for:
- Providing contract and program support, training and technical assistance to assigned LHDs.
- Assisting in the revision and launch of the annual LHD Continuation Application and budgets.
- Utilizing data to assist in developing statewide strategic plans and monitoring action plans to ensure grant activities are accomplished in accordance with federal rules and regulations.
- Planning, coordinating, and evaluating multiple Statewide Contractors Meeting and the Annual Planning Meeting.
- Assisting in coordinating federal grant applications and budgets.
- Reviewing assigned LHD quarterly progress reports and provide appropriate feedback, recommendations and support.
Posted Date: 04/21/2017
Close Date: 05/03/2017
Human Services Program Coordinator — Senior
Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Tobacco Prevention and Control Section
This position provides a high level of independent consultation on a statewide basis to agencies, and organizations and individuals for the promotion of optimal health of diverse populations who are disproportionately burdened by the impact of tobacco. In coordination with Tobacco Prevention and Control Program staff, the incumbent is responsible for identifying preparing, and presenting training and technical assistance to a wide array of individuals and organizations on specific tobacco prevention and control health topics. The incumbent will also provide independent assessment, analysis, and development of recommendations statewide policies and system change in tobacco control that will improve health equity.
Posted Date: 04/17/2017
Close Date: 04/26/2017
Professional Data Analysis, Inc.
This is a senior level position that would contribute to business development (e.g., responding to RFPs) and take on Principal Investigator and Project Management responsibilities on evaluation and research projects in tobacco control, chronic disease, and other public health topics.
This is a full-time position (32 to 40 hours a week). We conduct formative and summative evaluations for both program improvement and accountability purposes, and the successful candidate would need to have experience in such. You would join a team committed to conducting utilization-focused evaluations tailored to the needs of our clients. We currently have multiple projects with clients in six states. PDA values a collaborative work environment that fosters professional growth and supports staff participation across the different stages of evaluation, such as planning, data collection, data analysis, and reporting of results, both written and orally.
Posted Date: 07/29/2016
Close Date: 07/29/2020