Health behavior students graduate from a distinguished school of public health with a versatile, marketable set of skills. Employers recognize the outstanding experience and training students gain from the Gillings School. Health behavior alumni work in positions including senior research analyst, professor, behaviorist, community health educator, program management or monitoring and evaluation consultant, adviser, director and vice president. See more about our alumni.
Health behavior jobs listserv – The department promotes open jobs that come to our attention. To subscribe, simply enter your email address and select “subscribe.” When you are ready to unsubscribe, visit the same page and select “unsubscribe.”
All open positions in the Department of Health Behavior are posted with UNC’s Open Positions page.
Each spring, our alumni organize a career networking conference featuring panels on special topics including navigating diversity in the workplace, exploring a global health career path, opportunities in local, state and federal health agencies, and careers in the commercial sector.
Following the panel discussions, there is ample time for informal one-on-one networking between alumni and students.