ALPHA offers an opportunity to post jobs available at your organization. If you would like to post a job on this page please send your listing in electronic form to ">. Listings should be brief, and include the following:

  • Organization name, job title and brief description of the position
  • Minimum qualifications
  • Deadline for applications
  • Where to send a resume (include Web link if available)
  • A contact for ALPHA about this ad (name, email, phone number or email address) in case we have questions.

Listings will be removed after 3 months unless requested to extend posting.

 State of Alaska

Alaska Division of Public Health – Where we protect and promote the health of Alaskans

The Alaska Division of Public Health (DPH) is a team of employees who demonstrate a vision for public health improvement, ensure all Alaskans have the opportunity to lead healthy lives, exemplify ethical conduct, apply the best available health information and strategies, and are committed to achieve the best health for Alaskans and their communities.

DPH has over 450 employees and a budget of approximately $130 million. Our staff work within the specialty areas of public health nursing; chronic disease prevention and health promotion; epidemiology; emergency programs; women’s, children’s and family health; health planning and systems development; the state laboratory; the Bureau of Vital Statistics and the Medical Examiner’s Office. Learn more about our mission and vision and our individual sections at Division of Public Health.  

Learn more about our job opportunities at the State of Alaska job board Workplace Alaska.  At Workplace Alaska you can also sign up for alerts to go right into your email box. Note that some closing dates listed in this posting may be extended.

We are currently recruiting for:

Info System Coordinator (SOE/ID Program) (PCN 06-1905):

The Information System Coordinator is housed in the Infectious Disease Program and is responsible for:

  • Coordinating the AK-STARS (Alaska Surveillance Tracking and Reporting System), which includes the tuberculosis program area module (TB-PAM);
  • Serving as the liaison between information system users in the Section of Epidemiology and information technology specialists who perform the technical aspects of the program;
  • Assuring proper system usage and teaching staff how to use the system correctly; and
  • Assuring systems modifications are made to meet needs of the organization.
The Infectious Disease Program is within the Division of Public Health’s Section of Epidemiology. Our mission is to keep Alaskans safe from communicable diseases; injuries; and environmental, occupational, and other health hazards. Learn more about our programs and activities at (posted 4/7/16)

Or learn more at Workplace Alaska!


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