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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.

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Careers at LPHI

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  • Data Collection Specialist/Clinical Data Abstractor, Region 1, Office of Public Health

    This position is responsible for birth defects surveillance case finding, data abstraction, accurate code assignment, timely report production, and records maintenance. This includes finding relevant demographic, diagnostic and treatment data on cases, and abstracting and summarizing this data from source documents in an accurate and confidential manner. This is a full-time position. The Data Collection ...
  • Director of Tobacco Control & Prevention and Louisiana Campaign for Tobacco Free Living (TFL)

    The Director of Tobacco Control and Prevention will lead the development, strategic oversight, and expansion of LPHI’s tobacco control and prevention programming; and will serve as the Director of the Louisiana Campaign for Tobacco Free Living (TFL). This position’s primary responsibility is to ensure that projects run effectively and efficiently and make an impact ...
  • GNOHIE Business Development Intern

    GNOHIE is seeking a qualified intern to assist with business development opportunities and recruitment of providers. The selected intern will work closely with other LPHI staff, and reach out to external contacts as needed to facilitate recruitment. Duties may include, outreach phone calls and emails, fielding questions about the program, coordination of meetings, and ...
  • Director of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning

    The Director of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning will lead the development and implementation of MEL frameworks and processes that are tailored to LPHI’s multifaceted approach to policy, systems, and environmental change and will develop and implement flexible tools that measure an array of outcomes, including perspectives of individuals within communities with a focus on racial ...
  • Data Collection Specialist/Clinical Data Abstractor, Region 9, Office of Public Health

    This position resides in Southeast Louisiana and is responsible for for birth defects surveillance case finding, data abstraction, accurate code assignment, timely report production, and records maintenance. This includes finding relevant demographic, diagnostic and treatment data on cases, and abstracting and summarizing this data from source documents in an accurate and confidential manner.
  • Data Collection Specialist/Clinical Data Abstractor, Regions 2/3, Office of Public Health

    This position resides in the Baton Rouge Metro region and is responsible for for birth defects surveillance case finding, data abstraction, accurate code assignment, timely report production, and records maintenance. This includes finding relevant demographic, diagnostic and treatment data on cases, and abstracting and summarizing this data from source documents in an accurate and confidential ...
  • Consultant Opportunity – Special Olympics Project

    In close collaboration with LPHI staff, the consultant will process, clean, and submit data collected as part of an evaluation of a Special Olympics program. The consultant will also participate in regular as well as ad-hoc email and phone communication with LPHI and Special Olympics staff.
  • Mortality Surveillance Epidemiologist, Office of Public Health

    The Mortality Surveillance Epidemiologist will be responsible for coordination of the collection of Louisiana BFH Mortality surveillance systems data by ensuring data are abstracted and entered into electronic systems in a timely manner, performing or overseeing some data entry, performing data editing, analyses, reporting, and evaluation.
  • Chronic Disease Program Evaluator, Office of Public Health

    The Chronic Disease Evaluator will be responsible for designing and executing the evaluation components of Well-Ahead’s CDC-funded cooperative agreements. This position will utilize evaluation findings to assist in the development of strategies, goals, and objectives that are consistent with Well-Ahead’s mission and aligned with other Well-Ahead programs.
  • Infection Preventionist and Control Specialist

    The Office of Public Health is seeking a qualified candidate to join the Infectious Disease Epidemiology (IDEpi) Section to meet emerging workforce needs in order to contribute to the delivery of essential public health services as they relate to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Project Coordinator (Statewide Position/Rural Locations)

    The Coordinator will primarily support initiatives that focus on reducing smoking in rural communities through community and clinical capacity building. The role will support overall program coordination and evaluation efforts of assigned programs.
  • Tobacco Cessation and Prevention Epidemiologist

    The Tobacco Cessation and Prevention Epidemiologist is responsible for the surveillance components of Well-Ahead’s tobacco related grants including analyzing survey data and tracking data related to TCHP program activities.
  • Unpaid Practicum/Capstone Opportunity

    This is a non-paid, practicum or capstone position that will provide a student with the opportunity to collaborate with public health professionals while fulfilling course and/or degree requirements. Position will be approximately six 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.