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Bay Area Careers
Repository of links to individual employment sites within the greater San Francisco region.

California Association of Health Facilities Career Center
Resources for both job seekers and for employers/recruiters

Career Services: Center for Public Health Practice (UCB School of Public Health)
Inlcudes links to informational resources and full-time or part-time jobs, fellowships, internships, GSI/GSR, and volunteer opportunities.

Jobs (Chronicle of Higher Education)
Note: Access limited to UCB faculty, staff, and students.
Searchable and browsable job listings, tools, and resources on creating a CV, salary research, and more. Users can also register to create CVs and cover letters and store them online, track application history, save job listings, and more.

JobStar San Francisco Job Search Guide (Bay Area Public Libraries)
Includes San Francisco Bay Area Newspaper Classified Ads.


Produced by the Association of Schools of Public Health Employment Council, this site includes a job search function, links to other relevant career websites, internship and fellowship information, and more. Free registration allows for such functions as saving job search results and having new postings e-mailed to you. Employers may also post jobs here.

Public Health Employment Connection (Emory University. Rollins School of Public Health)

Public Health Jobs Worldwide
Calling itself the "The only comprehensive source of public health jobs worldwide," PHJW lists entry level through senior executive positions. Subscriptions may be for either the print or the electronic version. The Top Jobs This Week is available without a subscription.

SPH Job Site
Note: Registration required.
Information on jobs, internships, workshops, programs, and more. Register also for weekly email updates.

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California Occupational Guides

EHS Workforce Development Training (CDC)
This page links to training resources from the CDC, NCEH, Public Health Training Network, APHA, and NACCHO, among others.

JobStar Healthcare Salary Surveys

National PHTC Network Distance Education Center
The National Public Health Training Centers Network has hundreds of courses on its site, including classes on community health, cultural competency, data and information systems, epidemiology, health disparities, and infectious diseases, among many others. These are appropriate for health educators, health professionals, policy makers, researchers, social workers, and students. Most courses listed here are free, but a few are fee-based. The Public Health Training Centers are funded by HRSA and are partnerships between accredited schools of public health, related academic institutions and public health agencies and organizations.

Occupational Outlook Handbook
"The Occupational Outlook Handbook is a nationally recognized source of career information, designed to provide valuable assistance to individuals making decisions about their future work lives. Revised every two years, the Handbook describes what workers do on the job, working conditions, the training and education needed, earnings, and expected job prospects in a wide range of occupations."

Occupational Outlook Quarterly
Full text available from v.43 (1999) to present. Provides practical information on jobs and careers.

OpenCourseWare (Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health)
"The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health's OPENCOURSEWARE (OCW) project provides access to content of the School's most popular courses." These courses are free and are "...snapshots of content available in an academic course without any interaction with faculty or students at the Bloomberg School of Public Health." Topics include biostatistics, environment, global health, nutrition, and refugee health, among many others.

Public Health Works
Public Health Works, funded by the CDc, is a new training series designed for the public health workforce and health care personnel that want training on evidence-based strategies and quality improvement techniques. These trainings are appropriate for state, tribal, local, and territorial (STLT) health department staff, health care professionals, and community health workers. The trainings will consist of case studies, interviews with those utilizing best practices in the field, an expert panel discussion, and will end with a question and answer session from professionals across the country. Continuing education credits are available.

Science Careers
Note: Access limited to UCB faculty, staff, and students.
"Science Careers from the journal Science." Information on job market trends, job hunting, grad student, postdoc and faculty issues, diversity and work-life issues, and links to job listings are provided.

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