The Public Health Workforce National Actor Map illustrates the national actors working to support the workforce, creating more robust and equitable pathways for government public health workers. Members of the Consortium worked in collaboration with the Consortium’s backbone team to identify the organizations to include.
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To ensure adequate oversight, management, and efficient and effective implementation of the CDC OE22 – 2203: Strengthening U.S. Public Health Infrastructure, Workforce, and Data Systems grant, recipients are expected to support or hire critical positions to manage the work under this award. Below is an example key position description for the Workforce Director position mentioned in Component A, Strategy A1: Workforce.
PublicHealthCareers.org was launched in late 2022 as a centralized and engaging option for those seeking employees in governmental public health. Job seekers visiting the site can learn more about public health career options and connect with open job opportunities from across the country. Governmental public health agencies may post open positions that will appear in PublicHealthCareers.org searches by entering job vacancies on the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials’ (ASTHO) Job Board. The process is simple and easy, and there is no cost to the agency.