Gillings School Job Postings
Information on Email Scams
Recently, the Information Security Office has been alerted to an uptick in attempts to gather personal information from students via fake job offers purporting to be from research employment opportunities.
Here are some tips to help you sort out whether a job offer solicited via email is legitimate or not (here’s a clue: they’re usually not).
- The employer contacted you and you never contacted them.
- The pay offered is above average for the position.
- Online interviews are conducted via instant messaging services.
- You are asked to provide confidential information either via email or the creation of an account online.
- Payment is required to participate in the hiring process.
- There is a sense of urgency or a time requirement for immediate action on your part.
- It just feels “off.”
If you receive suspicious e-mails like this, please alert the service desk via 919-962-HELP or help.unc.edu before taking any other actions.
|Title:||Location:||Start:||End:||Hours/Week:||Salary/Stipend:||Application Deadline:||How to Apply:||Roles/Responsibilities:||Qualifications/Education Requirements:|
|Evaluation Assistant||Remote||10/05/20||02/26/21||Average of 5 hrs/wk||$1,000||09/21/20||Please send a CV and cover letter to Erin Magee at email@example.com.||The North Carolina Institute for Public Health (NCIPH), located in the Gillings School of Global Public Health, is excited to share a paid opportunity for current UNC graduate students. The position is suited to students with experience working with evaluation, an interest in rural health and applied research, and a commitment to promoting health in under-resourced communities with a health equity lens in North Carolina. Read more/less.|
The position will not be expected to work over University breaks or when classes are not in session. All project work can be completed remotely.
The students will be aiding in collecting, interpreting, and reporting evaluation data in a Results Based Accountability (RBA) framework. The evaluation will include both quantitative and qualitative data. Tasks may include creating data collection instruments, programming a Qualtrics survey, cleaning and analyzing the quantitative and/or qualitative data, and preparing results for reporting. Tasks and timeline are flexible based on student’s interest and skill set. Participation in this project will provide students with experience and insight on health initiatives with community-based partners in Rockingham County and the collective work to increase access to primary care. This work will be applied research, working closely with NCIPH staff, the funder and community partners. This could be an excellent practicum opportunity for students wishing to use it as such. This work is in partnership with UNC Family Medicine and funded by Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina.
|All degree-seeking Master’s and Doctoral students are both eligible and welcome to apply. Read more/less.
We welcome applicants from all concentrations as well as those seeking dual degrees, such as the joint MPH-MSW. Students should be committed to rural and minority health equity. Skills with RBA, evaluation, and qualitative analysis are preferred. NCIPH is committed to inclusion and diversity, and students who are from rural areas of NC are strongly encouraged to apply.
|Injury and Violence Prevention Research Assistant||Chapel Hill, NC||ASAP||Possible extension into Spring 2021||4-6 hrs/wk||$20.50/hr for Master’s students, $25.65/hr for Doctoral students||Rolling||To apply, please email a resume/CV, 1-2 writing samples, and a design sample (if applicable) to ASPIRE Project Manager, Siarra Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org. A cover letter is not needed.||The Outreach, Training, and Education Core within the UNC Injury Prevention Research Center is looking for a part-time RA to provide support for the ACEs and Suicide Prevention in a Remote Environment (ASPIRE) Project. Read more/less.|
The purpose of the ASPIRE Project is to provide public health practitioners with education, tools, and resources that will enable them to provide ACEs and Suicide prevention initiatives and support while navigating working with communities and stakeholders in a remote format. This position will provide the opportunity to gain experience in developing educational tools based on evidence-based practice. The RA will assist with a variety of activities related to project deliverables, including, but not limited to:
• Conducting literature reviews to support the development of ACEs and suicide prevention educational materials and tool kits
• Synthesizing information to prepare summarized reports and informational packets
• Developing advertising and recruitment materials for upcoming webinars, workshops, etc.
• Populating PowerPoint slides and other presentation materials for various project events
RA’s will receive authoring recognition for any products developed during their time in this position.
|Must be a graduate student majoring in public health, social work, or a related field. Must have strong writing skills, excellent time management, and the ability to work independently. Design skills and experience using Canva or additional design platforms is a plus.|
|UNC Center of Excellence Maternal and Child Health Postdoctoral Trainee||Chapel Hill, NC||10/01/20||Possible extension into Fall 2022||40 hrs/wk||$52,704||Applications will be reviewed until the position is filled.||Interested parties should submit a cover letter, personal statement, CV, graduate transcript(s), writing sample, and names and contact information for three references. The personal statement should detail research and practice interests within MCH, prior research and teaching experience, and short- and long-term career goals, including goals for the postdoctoral program. Please go to: https://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/183192 to apply and upload all materials. If you have questions about this position, please email the Director of the UNC Center of Excellence Maternal and Child Health Postdoctoral Program, Dr. Sandra Martin (email@example.com).||This one to two year postdoctoral program prepares scholars for successful academic positions within the field of MCH. It enhances scholars’ proficiency in MCH research (including scientific publication), teaching (including curriculum development), conceptual knowledge, communication, and professionalism/leadership. Read more/less.|
Postdoctoral scholars will work with MCH faculty and an array of partners, including those from the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, state/local Title V agencies, and others. Each postdoctoral scholar will work with a mentoring committee. The mentoring committee will include a primary faculty mentor in the Department of Maternal and Child Health who is matched to the scholar based on research and teaching interests. Two additional faculty from the Department will serve as secondary mentors. Successful completion of the postdoctoral program entails meeting learning objectives set by the postdoctoral scholar and the mentoring committee.
|Applicants must be U.S. citizens or hold a permanent resident visa. Candidates who have completed doctoral training, or are close to completing doctoral training, in varied disciplines are eligible to apply. Although candidates close to completing their doctoral work may apply, the doctoral work must be completed before actually beginning the postdoctoral program. Read more/less.
Preference will be given to candidates with research oriented doctorates (e.g., PhD, DrPH, ScD) or clinical degrees (e.g., MD, DO, DDS), and those focusing on MCH work within the U.S. Candidates from historically disadvantaged groups by virtue of race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status or other related factors are particularly encouraged to apply.