The Career Services Office of the Health Policy and Management department maintains an ongoing list of job openings and opportunities for students and alumni.
(Note: A password is required to access this area:
contact Cathy Padgett, 919-966-7390 or Cathy_Padgett@unc.edu).
Other Employment Links
Absolutely Healthcare – This site is most helpful for medical-based professionals.
Healthcare Source – This is a good site for MHA and BSPH students; search criteria must be very specific. Professional development and career advice offered.
Hospital Jobs Online – Most positions in this database require a few years of experience; many reputable hospitals list in this search engine. Professional development and career advice is offered.
Careerbuilder – This website is most useful for medical-based professionals.
Medical and Health Care Jobs Page – This may be a useful site for MHA students.
Health Promotion Career Network – The focus of this site is fitness, but there are also job opportunities available for HPM students.
RNnetwork – RNnetwork is a leader in the travel nurse staffing industry. With thousands of jobs across the country, RNnetwork can help your students find their dream job.
CompHealth – CompHealth is one of the largest healthcare staffing firms in the country. They specialize in placing new and seasoned medical professionals in temporary and permanent positions nationwide.
Weatherby Healthcare – While Weatherby is not as large as CompHealth, they pride themselves on service. Their recruiters are available 24/7 and truly take care of their physicians.
Public Health Employment Connection – Sponsored by Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health, this is an excellent site for students wishing to work within the public health field. New job opportunities are posted daily.
Health Promotion Career Network – This site is somewhat tailored to fitness-related positions, but there are also job opportunities pertinent to HPM students.
NIH Employment – This is an easy to use site listing jobs in the National Institutes of Health.
United States Department of Health and Human Services – This is an easy to use site that offers internships within the Department of Health and Human Services.
Health Resources and Services Administration – This site is good for MSPH students and is very easy to use.
Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) – This is a good site for students interested in international health.
UNICEF – This site announces job openings with UNICEF.
United States Agency for International Development (USAID) – This site is easy to use and is good for students interested in international health.
World Health Organization (WHO) – This site is easy to use and is good for students interested in international health.
International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies – The international health jobs listed on this site tend to be upper-level positions.
International Organization for Migration – This site is easy to use and good for students interested in migration issues.
International Women’s Health Coalition – This is a good site for job opportunities in international health and women’s health.
Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) – This site is good for students interested in working on international health and/or on HIV/AIDS issues.
Management Sciences for Health – This is a great site for MSPH students.
Public Health Jobs – This is a very comprehensive site, but it is somewhat difficult to use.
Absolutely Healthcare – This site is well-suited for medical-based professionals.
BioSpace.com – This easy to use website is helpful for BSPH, MSPH, and MHA students, especially students interested in biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies.
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (formerly the Healthcare Financing Administration) – This is a good site for MHA, MPH, or MSPH students interested in finance.
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality – This is an easy to use site that is helpful for MSPH students interested in research.
RTI International – This site is great for BSPH and MSPH students interested in research.
United States Department of Health and Human Services – This is an easy to use site that offers intersnhips within the Department of Health and Human Services.
Hospital Jobs Online – Most positions listed here require a few years of experience; many reputable hospitals are listed in this search engine. Professional development and career advice is offered.
Career Builder – This is a good site, but students may have to sort through search results for relevant jobs.
MRI Network.com – This is a potentially useful site for MHA students and students interested in marketing. Professional development and career advice offered.
BlackEnterprise.com (same site as WomenCONNECT) – This site is easy to use and moderately helpful.
HotJobs.com – This site is easy to use and has a variety of positions posted both in hospitals and other provider organizations. It is good for all degree types.
Monster.com – This easy to use website has a wide variety of positions.
Wall Street Journal – This is a good site that is helpful for MHA students and fairly helpful to BSPH, MPH, and MSPH students.
About.com – This site is very “Information Technology”-oriented; professional development and career advice is offered.