Employment Opportunities

Kèləwahk Nèpison (Substance Use Prevention) Educator:

This position will work to support community-based substance use prevention activities for WPH. This position will require frequent travel and a flexible work schedule.
The position will require skills and experience in the following areas:
• Bachelor’s Degree in Health or Public Health or a related field -OR- at least four years of related work and educational experience
• Experience in public health, community organizing and health promotion
• Experience and appreciation for tribal people and communities
• Excellent community-based and internal communication skills
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Kèləwahk Nèpison (Substance Use Prevention) Educator for the Micmac and Maliseet communities: This position will work within both communities to support community-based substance use prevention activities for WPH. This position will require frequent travel and a flexible work schedule.
The position will require skills and experience in the following areas:
• Bachelor’s Degree in Health or Public Health or a related field -OR- at least four years of related work and educational experience
• Experience in public health, community organizing and health promotion
• Experience and appreciation for tribal people and communities
• Excellent community-based and internal communication skills
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills

If you have skills, training and/or experience in these areas, enjoy traveling throughout the state, have a valid Maine license, have reliable transportation and, love working within all tribal communities, please send your resume to Brian Martinez at bmartinez@wabanakipublichealth.org


Evaluation Services

Wabanaki Public Health is seeking price quotes for evaluation services. The general requirements for this work as as follows:

Provide evaluation to Wabanaki Public Health (WPH) grant programs. This shall include but not be limited to:

  • Provide qualified data analytical and evaluation staff to assist WPH with data and evaluation plan.
  • Work with WPH staff to create an organizational evaluation plan and tools.
  • Develop, implement and maintain grant-specific evaluation plan and tools for at least eight (8) distinct grant programs
  • Aid in the development of evaluation sections of grant applications
  • Create final reports for dissemination

Aid in the development and implementation of data-related projects, including but not limited to:

• Providing guidance and expertise on data surveillance system-building project
• Aid with the development of data needs, which will result in the creation of data dictionaries and identification of appropriate data sets
• Determine appropriate data analysis for each data set
• Provide analysis services for data, when data is available
• Deliver analyzed data to WPH for reporting and program use

Travel/Meeting Requirements:

  • Include travel for two Onsight meetings per year. Location estimated at Orono Maine.
  • Include resources to participate in weekly team meetings. May include but not limited to web-conferencing and/or teleconferencing.

All staff involved in the project must meet the following minimum staffing requirements:

  • A Master’s Degree in Data Analytics, Statistics, Epidemiology or closely related fields
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in program evaluation, public health systems, and epidemiology
  • Prior work experience with Tribal public health systems

Please submit a one-page summary of your organizational experience with evaluation, suggested project staffing, and price quote for the above scope of work to bmartinez@wabanakipublichealth.org by January 3rd, 2020.