Careers

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Make the world a better place.

At a purpose-driven organization, your career becomes more than work. You become a catalyst for change. With our accomplished workforce, we cultivate talents and direct passion toward a healthier world. Join us for the chance to do meaningful work in an environment that fosters individual potential to meet our mission of aligning action for healthSM.

Rewarding Work

More than a job - be part of a shared vision to align action for health.

Professional Growth

Work alongside talented colleagues. Form lasting connections.

Employee Benefits

An employee’s health and wellbeing is key. Our benefits are unparalleled in the nonprofit industry.

Careers at LPHI

We appreciate your interest in a career with us. Don’t see a fit? We encourage you to check back often for new opportunities.

  • Communications and Earned Media Manager

    The Communications and Earned Media Manager will be responsible for playing an integral role in managing and advancing LPHI’s communications goals, by collaborating with staff throughout LPHI and external partners to develop holistic communications efforts to promote the organization’s work and accomplishments to stakeholders and community utilizing diverse and innovative strategies.
  • Program Assistant/Phone Interviewer, Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS), Office of Public Health, Bureau of Family Health

    The Program Assistant/Phone Interviewer is involved in many day-to-day PRAMS operational activities and is responsible for completion of telephone surveillance operations duties for the Louisiana PRAMS project. The Interviewer will enable protocol-compliant telephone data collection as outlined in the CDC PRAMS surveillance system protocol, including conducting calls during evening and weekend hours as required.
  • Program Assistant, The Louisiana Campaign for Tobacco-Free Living (TFL)

    The TFL Program Assistant will be responsible for providing general administrative duties and support, assisting with record keeping and information management, and be responsible for event logistics and planning. This position requires the ability to travel within the state of Louisiana.
  • Epidemiologist Manager, Office of Public Health, Bureau of Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion

    This position serves as the team’s subject matter expert for best practices as it relates to evaluation of public health programs. The position is responsible for executing epidemiological components of federal grants for Well-Ahead Louisiana (WAL) and the direct supervision of WAL Chronic Disease Epidemiologists.
  • Communications Practicum Student

    This is a non-paid position that will provide a student with the opportunity to fulfill his/her degree requirements. Position will be approximately three months or as necessary to complete university requirements.

LPHI is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Equity and inclusion are valued. We appreciate the strengths offered through varied backgrounds, and we are committed to better understanding and learning from the institutional structures that create disparities among us and our work.