OACD workshop open to faculty as well as students that will draw upon the experiences of accomplished Pitt investigators to explore the challenges and opportunities associated with research collaboration.After a brief overview of the emergence of Team Science in biomedical research, panelists will discuss: what precipitated their first collaborations; what challenges or obstacles have been encountered; what advantages and opportunities have resu...
Pittsburgh's Black Equity Coalition current has openings for data coordinator, communications coordinator, and community coordinator. The BEC is comprise of physicians, researchers, epidemiologists, public health and health care practitioners, social scientists, community funders, and government officials concerned about addressing COVID-19 in vulnerable populations and these positions will play a key role in their work, focusing on a PA Departm...
This position will consider community health and focus on harm reduction and translational efforts in Pittsburgh. The public health program manager will promote healthy, thriving communities and higher quality of life and wellness for first responders, plus work with governmental, academic, and social service partners to address gaps and understand how our city's services can evolve to serve all residents.
As you begin searching for job opportunities, come hear more about the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has to offer! La'Nissa Brown-Baker, associate director for scientific staffing, will lead a session on available opportunities and experiences while answering your questions. March 16 at noon!
Join Immigration Specialist Caitlin Dawson from the Office of International Services (OIS) for a presentation for F-1 students to discuss the types of employment authorization available, both as an international student and after graduation. Learn about your options and get answers to your questions about OPT and CPT. Open to all staff, faculty, and students.
Do you know how to create a resume review meeting with Pitt Public Health? Did you know that thousands of employers post jobs, internships, and fellowships to a University-wide site? Handshake houses career-related events and job opportunities, and is a one-stop shop for all job questions you may have! Join the University Career Center for a quick tutorial on using Handshake effectively plus Q and A. February 15 at 6 p.m. Register for Zoom info....
Join G2U for their Virtual Career Fair about opportunities in public health with the federal government. Register in advance!
GAO Health Care team is now accepting applications for Summer 2022 internships. FT And PT positions available with professional salary and potential for permanent hire. Apply by Tuesday January 11 for consideration.
Women for a Healthy Environment (WHE) seeks a full-time Green and Healthy Schools Program Manager to join its nonprofit team dedicated to educating and empowering community members to act as ambassadors about environmental risks. BS in public health required, MPH degree preferred. Immediate start. Apply online in Handshake.
ORISE will host a virtual career fair on Wednesday, Nov. 3 from 12-3 p.m. Learn about paid internships, fellowships, and research opportunities available within four departments of their Research Participation Program. Registration required.