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Public Health Jobs Worldwide is managed by the Carlyle Corporation, a
not-for-profit corporation whose business is to identify and describe public health jobs
worldwide and international
career positions with employers in all sectors of the job market, around the world.
Public Health Jobs Worldwide is managed by the Carlyle Corporation, a not-for-profit corporation whose business is to identify and describe public health jobs worldwide and international career positions with employers in all sectors of the job market, around the world.
The organization was founded by Carlyle Hystad in 1991 to help fill the need for better and more timely information on career opportunities for professionals who wished to provide service to the public.
Mr. Hystad, with an international background and experience in both the public and private sectors, made this his personal mission in his "retirement". With a Bachelor's and Master's degree in International Relations and Russian Area Studies, Mr. Hystad worked for the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission in its international relations division; served in the American Embassy in London; was employed in an executive position in the White House Office of Management and Budget; and worked as a consultant dealing with international energy issues.
Our goal is to make it easy for public health professionals to keep abreast of all current job opportunities in their field. We collect information on current public health job openings with governments, government contractors, United Nations agencies and other intergovernmental organizations, private voluntary organizations, universities, associations, and foundations. We present that information to job seekers in a clear and concise format.
We are not an employment agency, and we do not collect any placement fees from any source. We do not charge employers to list their job openings in our newspapers, so we can report on all vacancies. (Employers pay an advertising charge only if they want a "display" ad or an ad posted on the web in "Top Jobs This Week" to bring additional attention to their position.)
Publisher: Lisa L. Hystad