Friday, March 20, 2015

Office of Health Disparities Internship Opportunity


Agency
Utah Department of Health, Office of Health Disparities

Duration
May 1 to August 31, 2015

Hours
15h/week 

Stipend
$12.00 per hour

Openings
One (1)

Description
Intern will engage in activities with African American community to promote and build support for outreach, health education, and access to public health programs and health care services. Assist in the planning of a community health program to reduce birth outcomes disparities among Utah's African American population.

Responsibilities
Intern will be responsible for tasks including but not  limited to, gathering quantitative and qualitative data, developing educational materials, producing reports, giving presentations, conducting outreach activities and other tasks as needed.

Requirements
-BS from an accredited U.S college or university in public health, community health, health promotion or related field. Currently enrolled students may also apply.
-Experience working with the African American community
-Knowledge of, and ties to, the Utah's African American community or ability to do so
-Must have own vehicle and current Utah driver's license
-Must attend mandatory orientation and trainings
-Disciplined, self-starter, flexible and able to work independently and with a team
-Good writing and communication skills

Location
Utah Department of Health, Highland Campus, 3760 South Highland Drive, Salt  Lake City. Some travel required, mostly along the Wasatch Front.

Application
Qualified applicants may send resume (no more than 2 pages) to Dulce Díez diez@utah.gov 

Description
Intern will engage in activities with African American community to promote and build support for outreach, health education, and access to public health programs and health care services. Assist in the planning of a community health program to reduce birth outcomes disparities among Utah's African American population.

Responsibilities
Intern will be responsible for tasks including but not  limited to, gathering quantitative and qualitative data, developing educational materials, producing reports, giving presentations,conducting outreach activities and other tasks as needed.

Requirements
-BS from an accredited U.S college or university in public health, community health, health promotion or related field. Currently enrolled students can also apply.
-Experience working with the African American community
-Knowledge of, and ties to, the Utah's African American community or ability to do so
-Must have own vehicle and current Utah driver's license
-Must attend mandatory orientation and trainings
-Disciplined, self-starter, flexible and able to work independently and with a team
-Good writing and communication skills

Location
Utah Department of Health, Highland Campus, 3760 South Highland Drive, Salt  Lake City. Some travel required, mostly along the Wasatch Front.

Application
Qualified applicants may send resume (no more than 2 pages) to Dulce Díez ddiez@utah.gov.
Additional information Explain (no more than one additional page) your experience with, and knowledge of, this specific community. Provide references and contact information for those references.

Deadline
Requested materials (resume and additional information) must be received before April 10, 2015 at 11:59 pm.

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