Student E-Newsletter – April 2019


The deadline for the first round of consideration for a teaching assistantship in the Zilber School of Public Health is April 12, 2019. Applications will be accepted after that date, on a rolling basis, until positions have been assigned.
Submit this application form along with your CV and Writing Sample in a Single PDF to: Katie Cubberley, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee by e-mail ( or 5TH floor of ZSPH.
You can find the application here.

Job Opportunities for Students and Alumni
Brown Deer Farmers Market – Community Engagement Volunteer Brown Deer Farmers Market is hiring a Paid intern for the 2019 summer. Check out the application here.

Division of Personnel Management – 2019 SAAIP Internship Program
The Summer Affirmative Action Internship Program is one of many internship programs offered by the State of Wisconsin. The Division of Personnel Management, Bureau of Merit Selection and Recruitment, administers the SAAIP and provides racial/ethnic minority students, female students, students with disabilities, and veteran students an opportunity to work in a professional work environment within Wisconsin state government. SAAIP is a paid internship which provides students with valuable work experience and training in various branches of state government. Many of the interns have succeeded in obtaining employment in state government as limited term or permanent state employees.

East Tennessee State University – Research Associate 
The Department of Health Services Management and Policy at the East Tennessee State University (ETSU) College of Public Health is recruiting for three full-time Research Associates to support and advance its growing research programs. These faculty positions are funded by a multi-year research grant focused on reducing unintended pregnancy and expanding access to reproductive health services. The successful candidates will be responsible for leading and collaborating on data analyses across multiple research projects; development and implementation of analytic strategy; management of large datasets; the application of appropriate statistical methods; interpretation of findings; and maintaining effective communication with project leaders and key partners. These positions will contribute to research planning, manuscript and report drafting, and dissemination of findings. Successful candidates will work collaboratively with an interdisciplinary team of investigators, staff, and research assistants. Priority will be given to candidates with demonstrated skills and experience analyzing claims data, survey data, and/or administrative data.

Hispanic Professionals of Greater Milwaukee – Spanish language Health Coverage Navigator 
Covering Wisconsin (CWI) housed at UW-Madison and affiliated with UW-Extension, works to maximize enrollment and effective participation in health insurance coverage and other services that promote the health and well-being of Wisconsin residents. We seek an empathetic, energetic, and enthusiastic individual to fill a student position as a Spanish language Health Coverage Navigator in our Milwaukee office. This is a part-time and limited term position. The ideal candidate is motivated, enjoys being part of a dynamic work environment and working cooperatively with a proactive team, and has a passion for working with individual consumers and the public to advance access to and understanding of health insurance coverage.

Impact – Access Point Intake Specialist 
As part of IMPACT Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services Program, the Intake Specialist screens clients for eligibility for Milwaukee County funded AODA treatment and determines appropriate level of care.  Once modality has been determined, the Intake Specialist makes referral to the agency selected by the client.  The Intake Specialist is also responsible for voucher maintenance information.  Must have own vehicle, insurance, and valid driver license to conduct mobile screens.  Fluent in both Spanish & English is preferred.

Farm to School – Community Education and Engagement Internship
Join a team that is passionate about creating a just, local and sustainable food system in Southern Wisconsin. REAP Food Group, a non-profit organization based in Madison, WI, believes that making good food, grown well accessible to all strengthens our regional economy, improves health and strengthens our community. Our Farm to School initiatives bring good food to youth in Madison and surrounding communities through supporting school food procurement, classroom and community education, and community engagement.

Medical College of Wisconsin – Grants Operations Coordinator Sr.
Coordinates the pre-award planning, organization, and preparation, and the post-award administration of various grants assigned to one or more research and/or clinical departments. Interacts with investigators and administrative staff to ensure that grants are in compliance with regulatory, funding agency, and policy requirements. Provides guidance and support to investigators in the identification and development of grant opportunities. More info click here.

UW-Madison – Data Manager for SHOW
The incumbent will serve as the manager for the SHOW research databases and be a key liaison between the SHOW research team, SMPH, UW-Madison and vendors associated with SHOW to secure and maintain the multiple databases for SHOW and its many diverse users. This position will be responsible for maintaining and updating internal policies and procedures to ensure security compliance. This position will be an active contributor to the short and long-term planning for this research project.

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