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Senior Tobacco Control Evaluator
Professional Data Analysts
Are you a driven, conscientious evaluator with experience working on tobacco control programs? This is your opportunity to make a difference! Work for an independent evaluation consulting company with a focus on sustainability and creating positive social impact. This senior-level position would take on Principal Investigator and Project Management responsibilities on evaluation and research projects in tobacco control and other public health topics. You would join a team committed to conducting utilization-focused evaluations tailored to the needs of our clients.
Survey Research Manager
Professional Data Analysts
Do you love tackling challenges and optimizing processes? Do you have experience managing survey execution and administering recruitment and engagement protocols? If so, you might be our Survey Research Manager.

We conduct ongoing surveys to collect feedback used to improve public health programs. As Survey Research Manager, you will oversee a team of telephone interviewers, build-out documentation of current data collection protocols, and continue to improve our protocols and performance.
Statistical Analyst
Professional Data Analysts
Are you an experienced Statistician or Analyst with an interest in public health? Do you crave variety in your work and opportunities to make an impact? We are seeking a Statistical Analyst to support our evaluation and research projects. You’ll work with a team of analysts, statisticians, and evaluators on projects in tobacco control, chronic disease, and behavioral health. You’ll use your skills in quantitative data analysis, data management, and survey methodology to contribute to high-quality deliverables (e.g. evaluation reports, presentations, peer-reviewed manuscripts).
NIDA PATH Study contractor position
NIDA contractor
We will have a contractor position available for a public health scientist to provide epidemiological leadership and technical expertise for the PATH Study team at NIDA. This individual will contribute to the PATH Study through study planning, decision-making, problem-solving, and strategic analysis. This person will also provide leadership on behalf of the NIDA PATH Study Team on various working groups to develop scientific research goals for the study as well as analytic strategies. In addition, this individual will facilitate communications and collaborations with other NIH institutes and Department agencies. This position also provides opportunities for analyzing, interpreting, communicating, documenting, and presenting epidemiologic data and results to a variety of audiences and to advise senior project staff on scientific progress and study decisions.
We are seeking candidates with either a doctorate in Epidemiology or related health-science field with a minimum of two years of experience working on large-scale epidemiological research or an MPH in Epidemiology with minimum of seven years of related experience. Preference will be for candidates with analytic skills and experience using statistical software such as SAS, SPSS, Stata, R, and/or Mplus to analyze large and complex datasets. This individual will also have had leadership experience in conducting and/or managing epidemiologic research as well as a publication record commensurate with experience. To perform well with the team, the candidate is required to have strong interpersonal and communications skills, exceptional attention to details, the ability to work both independently and collaboratively, experience with collaborative and project management tools, and excellent writing skills.
This position is a full-time (40h/week), long-term contract position. While the study and team are based at the NIDA headquarters in Bethesda, MD, we also offer flexible working arrangements, including remote work.
Research Project Coordinator — Center for public health systems science
Washington University in St. Louis
A qualified individual is needed for a project coordinator position with the Center for Public Health Systems Science (CPHSS) at the Brown School. The project coordinator will work on a project funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Office on Smoking and Health. This long-running project focuses on the development of implementation User Guides and related materials for a primary audience of state tobacco control programs. Primary responsibilities for this position include managing the day-to-day activities of the project, including supervising project staff, overseeing guide development, and developing reports and other products. The coordinator may travel out of state one to two times per year. This individual will work as part of a team and individually to perform duties and responsibilities required to meet project needs.
Policy Analyst
Utah Department of Health and Human Services
Do you have experience working on health related policies? The Utah Department of Health and Human Services seeks you to join the Tobacco Prevention and Control Program (TPCP) as the Policy Specialist. As a member of the TPCP team, you will work with the Utah Tobacco Free Alliance, local health districts, and strategic partners to lead policy, systems, and environmental change initiatives. You will function under limited supervision and have considerable discretion on related projects and assignments.
Health Program Specialist I
California Tobacco Control Program
Come work with CTCP! The Health Program Specialist I (HPS I) functions as a highly skilled technical program consultant in areas of tobacco control public health policy, tobacco control program planning, assessment, and implementation. The HPS I develops and coordinates tobacco control strategy design, policy recommendations, programmatic interventions, data collection and analysis, and evaluation methods related to tobacco control. This requires analyzing current research and evaluation data, conducting needs assessments and trainings, coordinating workgroups, and participating in strategic planning sessions, and developing programmatic guidelines. The HPS I also provides consultation to local, state, and federal agencies and community organizations, and requires a high level of independence.
producer- Audio/visual storyteller
TSET seeks an experienced audio/visual storyteller to join its award-winning health communication team.
Must be able to produce, shoot, interview subjects, and edit short and long-form segments in both audio only and audio-visual formats, use of natural sound, and creative editing techniques which will air without a narrative track.
Become familiar with the TSET staff, grantees and partners and grants, people and issues surrounding TSET to generate worthy story ideas.
Willing to work with team members and supervisors to provide and receive input throughout process.
Knowledge of and experience with basic audio-visual equipment and editing programs.
Other news, feature, and public affairs responsibilities as assigned. Projected work assignments will require in-state and occasional overnight travel.
Maintain equipment in proper working order and alert supervisor when equipment needs external repair or updating.
Prevention and Cessation Specialist
Wyoming Department of Health
Project Coordinator
Action on Smoking and Health(ASH)
The Project Coordinator will collaborate closely with Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) as well as other endgame grantee organizations. Tasks will include the development of communications materials, seeking earned media, conducting trainings, outreach to public health community and non-traditional partners, and providing technical assistance to local advocates on communications and public outreach. All work will be done in partnership with the California Department of Public Health and organizational partners. There will be an emphasis on collaboration with and outreach to vulnerable and underserved populations. For full details please visit
Director of Advocacy, GA, NC, SC
American Lung Association
The American Lung Association has an excellent opportunity for a Director, Advocacy, GA, NC, SC to join our incredible team in the Southeast Region. Working as a member of the Advocacy & Public Policy team, you will join an outstanding group of professionals dedicated to our mission: to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease through research, education and advocacy. Individual is responsible for the planning, development and the implementation of the local and state public policy initiatives for the American Lung Association in Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina, as well as assisting our Washington, DC staff with our Federal priorities.
Public Health Program Specialist Team Lead
MSDH Office of Tobacco Control
This position is a component of “statewide interventions” including systems change and managing the implementation of tobacco cessation treatment services programs statewide via a Quitline vendor. The responsibilities include active engagement of multi-sector partners and stakeholders, such as employers, health care systems, health care plans, and organizations in policy and program initiatives that advance and expand cessation benefits. The Tobacco Use and Dependence Treatment Coordinator oversees the execution of the professional services contract for the tobacco treatment service provider (MS Tobacco Quitline vendor). This position provides tobacco cessation systems technical assistance and training to local community-based organizations, statewide sub-grantees, and health systems partnerships addressing tobacco cessation and integration of cessation services into their clinical practices.

This position facilitates meetings of the MS Tobacco Control Advisory Council (legislatively mandated) in order to address tobacco control issues and develop programmatic strategies and facilitate responsive planning. Reporting at the federal, state, and local level on cessation promotion and treatment efforts treatment is an integral part of the job duties.

Special Qualifications: A Master’s Degree in a Public Health-Related Field of Study is preferred.

Successful Traits:
• Motivation to learn the background of the Office, Components of the Office, responsibilities of the position, and how it aligns with other components of the office
• Ability to communicate well (written and vocal communications)
• Ability to effectively collaborate with internal and external partners on projects
• High level of emotional maturity, and professional conduct
• High level of analytical skills and leadership abilities
• Ability to work within a state government structure (follow the procedural chain of command)

Link: None
Program Specialist IV
MSDH Office of Tobacco Control
This position serves as an expert analyst in developing, monitoring, implementing, and evaluating current or projected complex, interrelated public health programs involving governmental and non-governmental organizations from multiple sectors at the community, state, national, and/or international levels. Analyzes existing or proposed systems, strategies, services, or other health-related matters for long-range implementation and administration of the public health program. Analyzes existing or proposed systems, strategies, services, or other health-related matters for long-range implementation and administration of public health programs.

Responsibilities include:
• Assessing the readiness for systems change within organizations and engaging diverse, healthcare systems and partners for collaborative action that lead to change
• Serves as a principal advisor in developing and formulating short- and long-range public health program goals, objectives, and policies
• Analyzes complex public health policies, programs, and statistical standards to advise senior management on public health policies, operations, products, and services
• Coordinates activities and negotiates agreements that have far-reaching impact
• Develops and applies new or revised program methods, organizational structures, and technologies to carry out program objectives.

Independently or as part of a team prepares and presents comprehensive program reviews to include recommendations on curtailing or expanding programs and program effectiveness. Coordinates high-level, collaborative projects with other internal and/or external organizations to meet broad agency goals. Collects and compiles qualitative and quantitative information and data for use in program decisions.

Special Qualification: Master’s Degree in Public Health or relevant field

Link: None
Commercial Tobacco Use and Dependence Treatment Consultant
Washington Department of Health
Duties Include
• Overseeing the state’s strategic efforts to address commercial tobacco cessation.

• Coordinating the planning, implementation and evaluation of all cessation strategies, tactics, and activities in the Commercial Tobacco Prevention Program’s five-year strategic plan.

• Guiding the strategies of the Tobacco Prevention and Control Program’s CDC core federal grant, and annual and strategic planning process to promote cessation.

• Identifying tobacco prevention and control program capacity and infrastructure to promote cessation.

• Identifying focused key strategies and priorities and determining funding allocations for cessation components of the program.

• Coordinating with internal agency personnel and external partners and stakeholders to develop web-based cessation promotional material to be housed on the cessation website.

• Maintaining working relationships and partnerships with diverse community and state organizations.

• Completing Quitline association annual surveys and quarterly electronic data reporting.

• Providing technical assistance to health care providers, health care systems and the public on cessation and secondhand smoke.

• Integrating tobacco cessation and prevention activities with other chronic disease prevention program activities.

• Providing recommendations on interventions that leverage tobacco cessation activities.

• Managing contracts for tobacco cessation-related projects and strategies.
Regional Manager, Region 6 (Alexandria Area – Central Louisiana), The Louisiana Campaign for Tobacco-Free Living (TFL)
Louisiana Public Health Institute
LPHI administers tobacco control and prevention programming focused on improving the health of Louisianans by reducing tobacco use and exposure to secondhand smoke through community capacity-building, promoting cessation services, policy, and advocacy, and identifying and eliminating tobacco-related disparities. A major portion of this programming consists of the Louisiana Campaign for Tobacco-Free Living (TFL), which began in 2003, and is an evidence-based, statewide, comprehensive tobacco control and prevention program funded by the state’s tobacco excise tax through a contract (of roughly $4.7M) with the Louisiana Cancer Research Consortium (LCRC). The TFL program is guided and advised by the TFL Steering Committee and Advisory Board.

The TFL Regional Manager is responsible for the development, management, coordination, and implementation of the TFL program, initiatives, and local policy campaigns in Central Louisiana: Avoyelles, Catahoula, Concordia, Grant, LaSalle, Rapides, Vernon, and Winn. The TFL Regional Manager will communicate local developments and regional programs to the TFL Associate Director, fellow regional staff, and the LPHI team through regularly scheduled meetings and reports.

This position is full-time, benefit-eligible and reports to the TFL Senior Regional Manager. Given the position’s policy campaign efforts, it will require travel and non-traditional hours, including some night and weekend work.

LPHI is headquartered in New Orleans, with employees based throughout the state. This position requires residency in one of the LDH Region 6 parishes (i.e., Avoyelles, Catahoula, Concordia, Grant, LaSalle, Rapides, Vernon, and Winn). Presently, the position will be fully remote; therefore, candidates should have the ability to telework.
Virtual Executive Assistant
Asian Pacific Partners for Empowerment, Advocacy & Leadership (APPEAL)

Asian Pacific Partners for Empowerment, Advocacy and Leadership (APPEAL) is a national non-profit organization working toward justice in the Asian American (AA) and Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (NH/PI) communities. The organization’s mission is to champion social justice and achieve equity and empowerment for AA and NH/PI communities by supporting and mobilizing community-led movements through advocacy and leadership development on critical public health issues.
APPEAL is a national leader in addressing health justice issues such as tobacco control, and healthy eating and active living.

APPEAL’s accomplishments include the development of a national movement on AA and NH/PI tobacco control, food policy and cancer control, a model technical assistance and training program for diverse communities, a national policy framework, the cross-cultural APPEAL Leadership Program and training of over 1500 leaders from diverse communities of color and LGBTQ+s. APPEAL is a national public health leader, launching major advocacy campaigns, community development and advancing health equity.


Under the supervision of the APPEAL Executive Director, the Executive Assistant is responsible for providing administrative and technical support to the Executive
Director. The Executive Assistant is also responsible for providing other support to the organization. APPEAL is seeking a responsible, self-motivated, detail-oriented and organized individual with online business management experience

Find out more through the APPEAL Jobs and Careers link at

Communications Associate for a Remote National Health Justice Non Profit
Asian Pacific Partners for Empowerment, Advocacy & Leadership (APPEAL)

Asian Pacific Partners for Empowerment, Advocacy and Leadership (APPEAL) is a national non-profit organization working toward justice in the Asian American (AA) and Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (NH/PI) communities. The organization’s mission is to champion social justice and achieve equity and empowerment for AA and NH/PI communities by supporting and mobilizing community-led movements through advocacy and leadership development on critical public health issues. APPEAL is a national leader in addressing health justice issues such as tobacco control, and healthy eating and active living.

APPEAL’s accomplishments include the development of a national movement on AA and NH/PI tobacco control, a model technical assistance and training program for diverse communities, a national policy framework, the cross-cultural APPEAL Leadership Program and training of over 1500 leaders from diverse communities of color and LGBTQ+. APPEAL is a national leader against commercial tobacco, launching major advocacy campaigns to counter the tobacco industry targeting and advancing health equity.


The Communications Associate is responsible for implementing and managing the wide-ranging communications activities within APPEAL.

Find out more from the APPEAL Jobs and Careers link at
Youth Program Coordinator
California Youth Advocacy Network
The CYAN Youth Program Coordinator is responsible for working closely with other program staff to implement all aspects of the agency workplan that focus on youth advocacy, youth engagement, youth development, material development and research. The Youth Program Coordinator works with youth leaders from throughout California to develop and implement tobacco control advocacy programs. This is done by providing technical assistance and training to local, regional, and statewide tobacco control organizations to increase authentic youth engagement in policy and systems change campaigns.
Provider Outreach Coordinator
Lutheran Community Services
Outreach Responsibilities
- Develop and maintain a list of healthcare providers and organizations
- Plan a calendar to ensure a consistent and prioritized visit schedule with healthcare providers
- Meet weekly with healthcare providers to provide trainings and support to improve their ability to identify tobacco users and refer them to appropriate treatment resources
- Report and track all interactions with health care organizations and health care providers and enter activity into a SharePoint application
- Maintain inventory of supplies and re-order as needed
- Develop and build knowledge of smoking cessation programs and nicotine reduction through training, continuing education materials and self-study
Experience in health or wellness education
Experience providing consultation and training to health care organizations/providers
3-5 years of experience in working with measurable goals and building external relationships
Ability to communicate effectively; excellent interpersonal and social skills; relationship building with background in healthcare a plus.
Must possess a valid driver’s license and have daily access to a reliable vehicle
Ability to lift up to 25 pounds
Ability to work at a desk/computer as well as access the community in general
Demonstrated commitment to a healthy lifestyle
Must be abstinent from tobacco and nicotine for 2 or more years
Ability to work an occasional Saturday or Sunday event and attend overnight industry conferences
BA/BS degree or 5 equivalent years of experience required, focus on healthcare, social work, public health, non-profit management or related field
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $40,000.00 - $52,000.00 per year
Link: None
President/CEO of North American Quitline Consortium
North American Quitline Consortium
The CEO of NAQC reports to the Board and serves over 400 members in their tobacco cessation efforts.

NAQC is looking for a visionary and strategic leader who will reach audiences in creative, transformative and relevant new ways. The CEO will be knowledgeable about new technologies for marketing and delivering services as the landscape for tobacco cessation continues to evolve. The CEO will continue to use evidence based research while pushing the envelope to increase quitline participation.

The position has a team of four highly qualified staff, including an administrator; manager of public-private partnerships; manager of research and evaluation; and a senior consultant.

The CEO’s responsibilities include finance and fundraising, strategic planning, board support, partnership activities, policy development and advocacy, spokesperson activities, security, and oversight of program and membership services (communications, policy, research and training). NAQC is centered in equity and the CEO will espouse these values internally, to members and externally.

The CEO upholds and delivers NAQC’s mission and strategic goals to maximize the access, use, and effectiveness of quitlines; provides leadership and a unified voice to promote quitlines; and offers a forum to link those interested in quitline operations.

The position is remote. Some travel is expected for partnership.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Tobacco Control)
University of Hawai‘i Cancer Center
A postdoctoral research fellowship opportunity (2-3 years) in the field of tobacco control is available in the Population Sciences in the Pacific Program at the University of Hawai‘i Cancer. The postdoc will work with Dr. Pallav Pokhrel & his team on research related to tobacco & other substance use among HI’s ethnically diverse population of young adults, w/focus on e-cigarette marketing, e-cigarette-related beliefs & attitudes, young adult peer group psychographics, & social determinants of tobacco use.

Mentorship will be provided on grant & scientific writing skills, biostatistics, career development; placing a high priority on analyzing & publishing data.

Annual salary: $55,000-$62,000 (commensurate w/experience)
Benefits incl Medical & dental insurance, paid vacation & sick leave

- Works closely w/the PI to analyze data acquired from 3 NIH-funded, population-based longitudinal studies on tobacco & other substance use among HI young adults
- Prepares manuscripts for publication based on results & presents findings in professional forums
- Participates in the development of new grant applications
- Works closely with study investigators, staff, consultants to meet research goals

- PhD or DrPH from accredited college/university in Psychology, Public Health, or related discipline
- 1-3 years of experience in tobacco control or other substance use research, incl experience w/statistical analysis using SAS
- Strong knowledge of research methods, statistical analysis techniques for pop-based studies
- Excellent scientific writing, analytic skills relevant to health behavior research
- Strong communication skills; proven organizational skills, attn to detail, desire to learn, timeliness of work
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