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COVID-19 jobs

The Department of Public Health is hiring for a variety of new positions to support the City’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. To review current job opportunities, visit:

The CDC Foundation is hiring for positions to provide clinical expertise and support to the Health Department’s ongoing COVID-19 response activities:


Civil service jobs

The Philadelphia Department of Public Health (PDPH) is looking for talented, innovative people who want to make a difference. To view a complete list of current job openings, please visit the Department of Human Resources.

PDPH is not currently hiring for the civil service positions listed below.  However, if you’re interested in one of these positions, send your resume to cityhealthjobs@phila.gov. Make sure to put the position’s title in the subject line. We’ll keep your resume on file and contact you when opportunities become available.

 


Fellowships and internships

  • Environmental Health Services offers paid summer positions to college students to conduct mosquito surveillance.  Students must have at least 30 credit hours and be a science or health science major. To apply, email raymond.delaney@phila.gov.

 

  • Food Protection offers paid summer positions to college students to conduct inspections of summer feeding sites. Students must have at least 30 credit hours and be a science or health science major. To apply, email leighanne.rainford@phila.gov.

 

  • The Public Health Lab offers summer internships to college juniors and seniors. To apply, email edward.chang@phila.gov.

 

  • The Medical Examiner’s Office offers internships to college students in the following units:
    • Bereavement Support Services
    • Fatality Review Program
    • Pathology
    • Toxicology

Find out more about requirements for internships with the Medical Examiner’s Office.


Equal opportunity employer

The City of Philadelphia is an Equal Opportunity employer and does not permit discrimination based on race, ethnicity, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, marital status, source of income, familial status, genetic information or domestic or sexual violence victim status.  If you believe you were discriminated against, call the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations at 215-686-4670 or send an email to faqpchr@phila.gov.  For more information, go to: www.phila.gov/humanrelations.


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