Employment Opportunities

Institute for Public Health Staff Positions

Case Manager (Time-Limited) – Job ID 46237

The case manager (37.5 hours per week) will be responsible for providing therapeutic behavioral health interventions to patients and their families, who have been seen in the emergency or trauma unit due to interpersonal violence. This position is a part of Life Outside of Violence (LOV), the short name for the St. Louis Area Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Program.

The position at the Institute for Public Health (600 S. Taylor Avenue) requires a flexible schedule, including some evening and weekend hours. This position is time-limited for up to three years.

Read more. Apply here.

Community Outreach Research Representative (Time-Limited) – Job ID 46713

This position is a part of Life Outside of Violence (LOV), the short name for the St. Louis Area Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Program. The Community Outreach Research Representative will serve as the first responder when an individual eligible for the LOV program arrives at the Emergency Department of one of the four partnering Level 1 Trauma Centers. The person in this position will provide outreach and information about the LOV program to potential participants while they are in the hospital or in the community. This position requires some work performed in an office environment, but most activities will be performed in the Emergency Department or Trauma Unit or in the community.  This position is full-time and works approximately 37.5 hours per week. The position is grant funded and time-limited for up to two years, housed under the Institute for Public Health at Washington University in St. Louis. The position requires frequent evening and weekend hours.

Read more. Apply here.

Community Outreach Research Representative (Part-Time/Time-Limited) – Job ID 46724

This position is a part of Life Outside of Violence (LOV), the short name for the St. Louis Area Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Program. The Community Outreach Research Representative hours will serve as the first responder when an individual eligible for the LOV program arrives at the Emergency Department of one of the four partnering Level 1 Trauma Centers. The person in this position will provide outreach and information about the LOV program to potential participants while they are in the hospital or in the community. This position requires some work performed in an office environment, but most activities will be performed in the Emergency Department or Trauma Unit or in the community.  This position is part-time and works approximately 20 hours per week. The position is grant funded and time-limited for up to two years, housed under the Institute for Public Health at Washington University in St. Louis. The position requires frequent evening and weekend hours.

Read more. Apply here.

Healthcare Innovation and Implementation Research (HIIR) Post-Doctoral Fellowship – Job ID 46336

Working in close collaboration with the Institute for Public Health Center for Dissemination and Implementation at Washington University in St. Louis and the BJC/WUSM Healthcare Innovation Lab, HIIR fellows will lead dissemination and implementation research projects that study the development, implementation, and spread of care delivery innovation projects at BJC/WUSM.

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Postdoctoral Research Associate – Infectious Diseases – Job ID 46585

The Center for Dissemination and Implementation at Washington University in St. Louis seeks a post-doctoral research associate to conduct implementation research as a part of an emerging multi-sectoral effort to enhance prevention and treatment of HIV in St. Louis. Candidates for this position will draw from epidemiology, social and network science, health communications, and organizational theory and apply perspectives from dissemination and implementation research to conduct high-impact research on the drivers of the HIV epidemic in St. Louis and identify scalable, adoptable and impactful solutions.

Read more about the position. To apply for this position, please send a cover letter, CV, contact information for three references and one key first author publication directly to sandler.brittany@wustl.edu or eshun-wilsonova@wustl.edu.

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Student Positions, Practicums and Internships

Practicum Opportunity

The Institute for Public Health seeks practicum students to work in a learning capacity on a newly-funded award through the Victims of Crime Act (VOCA). This practicum is a part of Life Outside of Violence (LOV), the short name for the St. Louis Area Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Program. Anticipated activities include but are not limited to: data collection and tracking, observation of clinical and outreach activities, identifying best-practice resources and materials, community engagement, and participation in project and committee meetings. Read more and apply.

The Institute is an Affiliated Practicum Site for Brown School MPH and MSW students.

Find resources for careers in public health and opportunities for Fellowships & Internships at WashU and beyond on our Public Health Careers page.

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Additional Opportunities at WashU

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