When local health departments (LHDs) want to make a career connection, they look to NACCHO. NACCHO's Career Center links job seekers with LHDs so that the right match is made. And it's not just for LHDs; other agencies can also take advantage of NACCHO's Career Center to post jobs relevant to local public health officials and their staffs. This is a free resource—whether you are a NACCHO member or just want to reach NACCHO members. All job postings must be relevant to local public health officials and their staff. http://www.naccho.org/ Public Health Employment Connection
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The Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University provides the Public Health Employment Connection (PHEC) as a public service. PHEC is a FREE job posting, resume posting, and job search site that has been created for the express purpose of centralizing public health career information for public health professionals and employers. Monster.com – Land the Right Job for You.
If you’re looking for the cities most likely to have new jobs funded by the federal stimulus plan, seek out those with research universities, alternative energy research and production facilities, and state capitals. That’s where the biggest job gains from the federal stimulus are likely to be found, experts say.
“In the short run, the vast majority of stimulus money is going to government, construction projects, education and health, so those places that have universities, medical research organizations and state capitals would be in better shape to take advantage of the stimulus,” says Joel Kotkin, director of the Urban Futures Program at Chapman University and executive editor at NewGeography.com, which publishes an annual list of the best cities for jobs CLICK HERE