Meeker County Public Health, McLeod County Health and Human Services and Sibley County Health, and Human Services employ public health nurses, registered nurses, dietitians, health educators and support and fiscal staff to work in our programs.
Current Job Openings
Position Title: Public Health Project Coordinator
Take action and help meet urgent public health needs!
Meeker-McLeod-Sibley Community Health Services is partnering with Americorp to hire a Public Health Project Coordinator and is looking for people to join the next generation of public health leaders and help meet the emerging needs of our Minnesota communities.
As part of Public Health Corps, you’ll help support community engagement, data collection, project coordination and sustained COVID-19 response and recovery. Public Health Project Coordinators also receive specialized training, mentoring and career development support from public health experts.
Public Health Project Coordinators serve full-time (40 hours per week) or part-time (25 hours per week) with opportunities to begin service in July, August, October or January.
Perks of being a member:
- Receive a stipend every two weeks
- Earn up to $6,895 for tuition or student loans.
- Free health insurance and child care assistance for those who qualify
Apply online today, to begin serving in August. The deadline to apply is August 9th.
You can learn more at ampact.us/public-health. Questions? Contact [email protected] or call 866.859.2825.
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Public health is defined as the science of protecting and improving a community’s health by way of preventative medicine, health education, sanitation strategies, monitoring of environmental hazards and the collection and research of disease and injury data to develop strategies for prevention.
There are many paths for those interested in careers in public health. Epidemiology and biostatistics for those interested in working with numbers and data, environmental health for science oriented individuals, health education for those wanting to work in communities to develop strategies for prevention of disease or disaster, health administration for the business, finance and management interest, and health policy for those that are legally inclined and desiring to create public health policy.