Columbus Public Health, Human Resources, posts job vacancies in accordance with the AFSCME collective bargaining Contract and the Civil Service Commission. We are an equal opportunity employer/provider.
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Resumes can be submitted in person or by mail at:
Columbus Public Health - Human Resources
240 Parsons Ave.
Columbus, Ohio 43215
OR by E-Mail: HealthHR@Columbus.gov.
Phone: (614) 645-6046
Fax: (614) 645-7637
Monday 7:00 am – 12:00 pm
Tuesday 7:00 am – 4:00 pm
Wednesday 7:00 am – 4:00 pm
Thursday 7:00 am – 4:00 pm
Friday 7:00 am –12:00 pm
Additional openings may be available through the Civil Service Commission www.csc.columbus.gov
To be notified of future openings, an employment profile may be created in the Civil Service Commission Employment Center.
Public Health Strategic Advisor
The Public Affairs Strategic Advisor will provide support and leadership for public health policy initiatives related to Columbus Public Health actions and interests. Professional research, analysis, and presentation of public health or health impact issues for policy intervention and advocacy. Issues may pertain to important issues such as chronic disease prevention, health equity, and active living; assuring optimal services are provided to Columbus residents; sexual health; disease control; infant mortality and maternal health, alcohol and drug services and others. Duties will include, but are not limited to, recommending and pursuing analysis of agreed upon strategic public health issues; organizing interested groups and/or individuals around an issues; suggesting approaches to advocacy for public health policy topics; and preparing guidelines and position statements on public health issues and briefings.
Master’s degree in public health or a related field of study, J.D. preferred but not required; experience in issue analysis and policy recommendation development.
Submit your resume to Human Resources, c/o Alisha Ardolino, (614) 645-6046
Public Health Administrator (Neighborhood Health)
The Director of Neighborhood Health will be responsible for leading departmental efforts in chronic disease prevention, health equity, and active living; assuring optimal services are provided to Columbus residents; providing leadership to division staff, including supervision and mentoring of program managers; guiding budgets; directing the division’s program planning, implementation and evaluation; establishing and maintaining partnerships promoting healthy neighborhoods and families; working to reduce infant mortality and other health disparities in the community; and for providing leadership for neighborhood- and system-based responses that address public health issues.
Bachelor’s degree and six (6) years of experience in a management or administrative level position(s) managing programs and staff which included planning, implementing, coordinating, and/or evaluating programs in health care, public/community health, or related area. Knowledge of state or federal, grants application and administration; community outreach and coalition building; a Master’s degree and experience in the field of public health or related agency preferred.
Submit your resume to Human Resources, c/o Kelly Lee, (614) 645-3130
The City of Columbus is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.