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

It takes a team to get our collective work done to promote and improve the health of Alaskans!


  • We are the chief strategists for existing and emerging public health issues in Alaska.
  • Our services protect life, health, and safety of Alaskans.
  • We serve as a trusted source of health information.
  • Through our systems work, we strengthen the essential public health infrastructure, services, and partnerships.

Learn more about our programs at Division of Public Health.  

The Alaska Division of Public Health is currently recruiting to fill statewide positions from Ketchikan to Nome, and points-in-between.  These positons include administration and accounting staff, as well as data analysts and managers, investigators, scientists, epidemiologists, chemists, public health nurses, nurse consultants, and ANPs.

Please go to our job board at to learn more about current opportunities, closing dates, minimum qualifications, and application instructions.

For more information, please contact Jerrine Regester, DPH Workforce Specialist, at 907-465-5669 or

Alaska Division of Public Health, Section of Women’s, Children’s, and Family Health,

Epidemiologist I- overseeing the Maternal Child Death Review (MCDR) surveillance program located in Anchorage.

Do you want to be part of a team that is passionate about reducing infant, child and maternal mortality in Alaska? Would you like to support state efforts to address factors contributing to poor pregnancy outcomes, infant safe sleep, injuries and suicide? The Alaska Division of Public Health, Maternal Child Health Epidemiology Unit, is recruiting for an Epidemiology Specialist I to support the Maternal Child Death Review program. We are looking for someone with data analysis skills who enjoys working in a tight knit team to achieve the best health for young Alaskans.  Please see the job description below for more details:

Haven’t been to Anchorage before?  Anchorage combines the conveniences of a surprisingly modern city – great restaurants, shopping, a large and diverse grade school system with two universities, as well as arts and cultural institutions, with the freedom and adventure of unspoiled wilderness, parklands, and glaciers, hiking, and fishing, within an hour or two from the city.  The Anchorage public health community offers career and professional growth unlike many places in the Lower 48 states.  It may be cold, but Anchorage, Alaska was ranked No. 10 “happiest city” out of 190 cities across the United States by National Geographic in 2017!  Posted 05/24/2018)

The Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies (ICHS) and

The  Department of Health Sciences (DHS) at the University of Alaska Anchorage

Multicultural Post-Doctoral Fellow, Joint Appointment Department of Health Sciences/Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies

Position Summary:  This is one of six multicultural postdoctoral fellowships being provided at UAA starting in August 2018. These fellowships have twin goals: (1) to enrich multiculturalism within the College of Health and (2) to enhance the educational experience of students by bringing multicultural perspectives to teaching and research within DHS and ICHS. The Department of Health Sciences (DHS) and the Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies (ICHS) at the University of Alaska Anchorage are pleased to offer a joint Multicultural Postdoctoral Fellowship. DHS is the academic home to the Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences Program (BSHS), the Master of Public Health Program (MPH), and the MEDEX Northwest Physician Assistant Program (PA). The DHS mission is to advance health sciences through the educational opportunities of academic training, research, and community service in order to improve the well-being of the diverse peoples of Alaska and the circumpolar north. ICHS is a small, applied health research unit within the College of Health. Research at ICHS addresses health outcomes, determinants, policies and interventions that are important to the people of Alaska and other circumpolar regions. Alaska’s rural and multicultural environment calls for a multidisciplinary approach to defining health problems and identifying appropriate solutions.

Required Education:

Applicants must have a PhD or other appropriate terminal degree, for example DrPH, in one of a variety of fields including, but not limited to, behavioral and social sciences, biological and natural sciences, public policy, and public health.  

Required Experience:

Teaching or mentoring undergraduate public health, health sciences, or health education students.   Working with diverse populations.
Participating in health research.  Health disparities or multicultural health research experience preferred.

Application Deadline:  Open until filled, but looking to fill before August 2018.

Job posting:

Contact:  Janet Johnston, PhD; Interim Director, Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies, UAA
Phone:  907-786-6567


American Cancer Society

The American Cancer Society has the following positions available:

Health Systems Manager, Primary Care  – Anchorage

Hospital and Mission Delivery Program Manager – Anchorage

Positions will be posted until filled.  To review the job descriptions and apply, please visit

Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center

Career Opportunities – position information and qualifications are available at