Diretor of Public Health Programs



The National Indian Health Board is pleased to announce career opportunities at its headquarters in Washington, DC. 

Position Description

The Director of Public Health Programs will lead and promote the advancement of tribal public health through

the implementation of the National Tribal Public Health Agenda. General responsibilities include operational oversight and implementation of the Cooperative Agreement between the National Indian Health Board and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as other federally and privately supported programs. The position requires supervision/oversight of Public Health Programs staff and the projects within the Department. This extends to providing staff leadership, communication and advancement of the Tribal Advisory Committee to the CDC and to nation’s Federally Recognized Tribes. The Director of Public Health Programs is also responsible for facilitating meetings, newsletter and database development, project planning, coordination, and evaluation; budget development and

management; research/survey design, development and analysis; collaboration with advisory committees, Tribal Epi-Centers, Area Indian Health Boards, funders and external partners on project development and implementation; serves as liaison/Principal Investigator for NIHB public health programs to federal project officers; and project implementation and promotion.

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