Job Postings

State Health Policy Scholar 

The Center for State Health Policy invites applicants to become a Health Policy Scholar and work with its leadership and team of professionals in pursuit of the CSHP mission. This year, we are seeking applicants with exceptional communication skills, including demonstrated ability to write about complex policy or research issues for non-technical audiences. Click here for details

Instructor/Research Statistical Analyst

Rutgers School of Public Health, partnered with the Vaccine Preventable Disease Surveillance Program (VPDP) at the New Jersey Department of Health, is recruiting for an Epidemiologist with the necessary education, training, and experience to research, analyze and prepare reports related to New Jersey immunization rates including relevant comparisons to national and regional rates. Click here to apply

Program Administrator I

Rutgers, School of Public Health, is seeking a Program Administrator I for the Health Systems and Policy Department. Under the direction of the Assistant Professor, the Program Administrator I provides coordination and management of research and administrative tasks to support a portfolio of mixed methods and interdisciplinary research in child and adolescent mental health policy and services. The Program Administrator I plays a key role in promoting effective and efficient operations within the operations team. Click here for details

Program Evaluation Assistant (Remote-NJ)

Kelley Analytics seeks a program evaluation assistant who can work remotely/from home on an hourly basis. This position will provide evaluation support to the Principal Evaluator located in Princeton, New Jersey. Tasks will include assisting with data collection, data management, doing basic quantitative and qualitative analysis, creating logic models, conducting and transcribing stakeholder interviews and gathering information for, and proofreading, evaluation reports. Experience with Excel, SPSS or other statistical software, and survey software is preferred. This is a grant-funded position, so specific duties will be dependent on the particular grant program. The ideal candidate will need to work well in a team, be detail oriented, have good communication skills, and be able to work primarily during daytime hours. Approximately 15-20 hours a week with opportunity for additional hours, if desired. Click here to apply

Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS) 

Hillsborough Township, Somerset County is seeking a full-time Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS) to conduct inspections pertaining to, but not limited to retail food establishments,oversee soil evaluations, review septic designs, inspect individual subsurface sewage disposal systems, inspect recreational bathing pools, sample private well water supplies, investigate nuisances, environmental complaints, wildlife activity, and rabies control. Click here for details

SNAP-Ed Program Support Specialist

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program-Education (SNAP-Ed) at the New Jersey Department of Health is hiring three team members to support the implementation of its grant. Click here for details