OccHealthSci is hiring!

We are currently hiring for several positions at OccHealthSci. New job listings include Executive Assistant, Senior Outreach Manager for Education, Training and Partnerships and a Senior Communications Specialist position.

Executive Assistant – The Executive Assistant provides confidential and complex administrative and technical support to the director’s office, and essential support for the Institute’s administration and programs; this involves a wide range of responsibilities and requires independent decision-making and an ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects and deadlines. This position is responsible for the management and operations of the director’s Office, including calendar, travel arrangements, OccHealthSci meetings, seminar series, large multi-day events, Outreach symposia, and faculty recruitment. This role also provides administrative support to the faculty (currently 3) and staff of the Clinical Physiology & Chronobiology Program (CPCP), such as with purchasing, travel, and publications. Learn more about the Executive Assistant position here.

Senior Outreach Manager – The Senior Outreach Manager will design and deliver education, training and partnership activities for the Institute, including our Total Worker Health portfolio, serving as the lead for practitioner education, including the development and delivery of our groundbreaking Total Worker Health  curriculum. The Senior Outreach Manager serves as a member of the OccHealthSci Outreach team, as well as the Co-Principal Investigator for the Outreach Core for the Oregon Healthy Workforce Center, a Total Worker Health Center of Excellence funded by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). Learn more about the Senior Outreach Manager position here.

Senior Communications Specialist – The Senior Communications Specialist will develop, manage and execute an Institute-wide communications and marketing strategy. Work will include content generation, writing, editing, social media planning, website maintenance and other duties as needed across a broad spectrum of platforms and audiences. Exceptional project management, writing, editing and visual presentation skills are required, along with a demonstrated ability for strategic thinking. A background in basic science or public health, and/or health communications combined with experience in journalism and/or science writing is desired. Learn more about the Senior Communications Specialist job here.

Many of our Institute positions are hybrid (can be partly remote, but you will be required to participate in person when needed) and sits at the intersection of research and practice. Our outreach positions are ideally suited for an individual with a background in occupational health, safety and employee well-being and a passion for research, education, organizational transformation, labor relations and public health/public policy. You will interact with a range of stakeholders in this role including health and safety practitioners, labor organizations, industry groups, government agencies, academic researchers and faculty and other outreach professionals.

Visit the OHSU job portal to see all of our open positions at OccHealthSci. Please note, all applications must be submitted through the OSHU job portal to be considered.

Learn more about faculty and staff around OccHealthSci on our People page and our blog posts and podcast episodes:

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