Visible Network Labs & our Partners are Growing!
We’re excited to share that we’re expanding! If there are currently any open positions with us of our partners, they’ll be listed below. If there are no current open positions, feel free to send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org – we’re always looking to make new connections with those in the field! If you have a position you would like to share on our Job Board, reach out to us here.
VNL: Research Analyst - Application Period Closed
The Research Analyst (RA) is responsible for supporting projects, programs, and consulting services offered by VNL. The RA will perform research, evaluation and social network analysis activities using quantitative and qualitative methods. The RA will work closely with clients to understand their project needs, scope a research/evaluation design, and write up findings. The RA will also have the opportunity to participate in local, national, and online presentation of findings for clients, in communities, and at conferences. Click Here to learn more.
CHR&R Program: Executive Director - Application Due Aug 9, 2019
The University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute (UWPHI) seeks an accomplished leader in community and population health to serve as the Director of County Health Rankings & Roadmaps (CHR&R), a nationally recognized collaboration between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and UWPHI. The Population Health Institute is part of the School of Medicine and Public Health, closely aligned with the School’s Department of Population Health Sciences and other world class schools and departments at one of the most prolific research universities in the world, the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The CHR&R program embodies the Institute’s mission of translating research for policy and practice and has been instrumental in RWJF’s vision to create a Culture of Health, where everyone has the opportunity to live a healthier life, no matter who we are, where we live, or how much money we make. With the CHR&R program entering its second decade, a new director will have the unique opportunity to help shape the evolution of an influential, highly respected university-foundation collaboration and advance a national conversation about health outcomes and health equity with a growing network of national, state, and local partners across the country through a variety of channels and networks including high-profile national, regional, and local media. For more information about this leadership opportunity, please see the position profile.