Employers Recruiting at SPH

Thank you for your interest in recruiting and posting career opportunities at the UIC School of Public Health.

The UIC School of Public Health:

  • is the only accredited school of public health in Illinois.
  • ranked #16 in Best Public Health Schools
  • the University of Illinois at Chicago is ranked highest in the region for diversity, at No. 13 nationwide.
  • The University of Illinois Chicago is ranked 11th in the country among public universities in the listing of America’s top universities by QS World University Rankings.
  • is known for translating its research into practice and does so through programs such as our Community Outreach Interventions Projects and the MidAmerica Center for Public Health Practice.

School of Public Health JOB POSTING form

Posting open jobs and internships

Thank you for your interest in recruiting candidates from the University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health. You may post full-time, part-time, and internship positions for free on Handshake.

Our students bring a unique blend of education and experience to contribute to the ever-increasing importance of global competency and diversity in the workplace.

 

Options for posting opportunities:

  1. Direct to UIC School of Public Health Career Services
    • Job Form  – Opportunities shared here  will be shared directly to UIC School of Public Health Student listserv
  2.  Via Handshake
  3. Via Email
    • Feel free to contact: Laura Roman,  Assistant Director of Career Services  312.413.9126 roman12@uic.edu

Host an information session

If you would like to host an information session to speak to students about any volunteer opportunities, internships, field experience / applied practice experience, fellowships, part-time or full-time opportunities, SPH Career Services can help make arrangements and accommodate your recruitment needs.

Serve as a preceptor

A preceptor is a practicing public health professional who plays a vital role in the education and training of UIC SPH public health students by hosting a student for their Applied Practice (AP) Experience. An AP experience is a course that is required of all Master of Public Health students (IPHS 650).  The purpose of the course is for students to acquire experience and develop practical skills in the application of public health competencies and concepts.