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Division of Community Health

We are seeking an individual to provide nursing and administrative support for our three community-based health clinics. Clinical duties include direct nursing services for assigned patients under the supervision of a physician and/or advanced practice provider. Administrative responsibilities include answering the phones, patient check-in, colleting copays etc. The person in this role will float between locations as assigned providing nursing care on a daily basis and front office backup as needed.  The position requires graduation from an accredited Medical Assistant program with subsequent certification from a certifying agency.  At least one year of experience working in a clinical office-setting with fluency in Spanish is preferred but not required. Persons interested in this position should submit resumes to or apply directly on the Duke HR website.

Employee Occupational Health and Wellness

Our Seeking experience nurses who are passionate about the health and safety of employees interested in a position in Duke EOHW.  EOHW services the 36,000 + faculty and staff of the University, Medical Center and Health System.  Work requires completion of an accredited Bachelors of Science in Nursing, Associates degree in Nursing, or Nursing Diploma program. Coursework in occupational and or environmental safety an advantage. Experience preferred. Work schedule Mon-Friday, Clinic Hours 7:30a- 4:30p, after 4:30p required during busy season. Will rotate with other staff opening clinic at 7:30a.  Salaried position.

Division of Community Health

This individual in this position provides overall administrative support and performs other operational tasks for the Education Programs within the Division of Community Health. Successful candidates will apply knowledge and skills to complete complex non-routine administrative assignments independently or with others. She/he will assist faculty and staff in the marketing, development, implementation, and evaluation of clinical, education, research, and training initiatives within the Division of Community Health. This role also includes externally facing elements such as vendor negotiations and representing the division’s programs at conferences/exhibits. Work requires strong organizational, coordination, and analytical skills as well as excellent oral and written communication skills. Interested applicants need to have a general educational background usually equivalent to a full high school education plus two years post-secondary education in a business or related administrative field. Candidates should also have a minimum of 4 years relevant business, management or administrative experience and be familiar with basic accounting and budgeting principles, coordination of significant office activities, and information technology as an instructional and public relations tool. One full-time position.

in Primary Care/Family Medicine/Population Health/Health Services Research
Chair's Office

The Department of Community and Family Medicine is seeking applicants for Assistant/ Associate /Full Professor positions with a primary emphasis on a broad range of research relevant to primary care, family medicine, occupational safety and health, health services, prevention and population health.

Successful candidates will have a history of relevant externally funded research, research program development, and research productivity.  Preference will be given to candidates with experience and a strong interest in interdisciplinary research.  The successful candidate will be expected to develop an extramurally funded, independent research program.

The Department of Community and Family Medicine was created to improve healthcare in the Carolinas and is a bridge between the Duke Health System and the communities it serves. Made up of a diverse range of divisions that span occupational medicine, family medicine, physician assistant, and community health,  the Department encompasses the core disciplines required to tackle the difficult task of improving population health. 

Opportunities for research collaboration include working closely with faculty members in the Department, School of Medicine and other Duke entities including Duke Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke Global Health Institute, the Duke Clinical Research Institute, the Duke School of Nursing. Suitable candidates may be considered for an additional appointment in the new Department of Population Health Sciences at Duke.

Minimum Qualifications: 

  • Candidates should have doctoral level training in epidemiology, population health, health behavior (PhD, ScD, or an MD/DO with research training) or a related field with a strong record of research including a focus on design, analysis and methodological development studies.
  • Strong organizational and communication skills are required.  Ideal candidates should have a strong record of scholarship with experience as a principal investigator and collaborator on externally funded research.
  • Duke University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing employment opportunity without regard to an individual's race, color, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, genetic information, veteran status, or disability.
  • Interested applicants should send a cover letter and current CV to

OEM Toxicology Program

Responsibilities include learn and utilize the computer data management system effectively. Evaluate and interpret chemical formulations and product descriptions. Use risk assessment approach for assessing hazardous substances in consumer products.  Utilize and implement governmental regulatory guidelines for consumer product reviews. Maintain confidentiality and professional interactions with product certifying organizations. Requirements:  PhD in toxicology, chemistry, biochemistry, physiology or related field with 5 years of experience in the practice of toxicology.

Student Health

Duke University's Division of Student Affairs is seeking a full-time faculty physician to provide clinical care and teaching at the Duke Student Health Center.  Student Health Services at Duke provides primary care, urgent care, and health promotion services to 14,500 undergrad, graduate and professional students.

Candidates must possess excellent ambulatory clinical skills and be board certified or eligible in a primary care specialty.  Experience in college health - international students, sports medicine, women's health care, or allergy/travel medicine preferred. Ideal candidate will have a passion for the student population, embrace patient-centered care, and be committed to improving the health of our student body.  Academic rank and salary are commensurate with qualification and experience. 

Durham, and nearby Chapel Hill, offer all the amenities of a growing metro area: great schools, plentiful dining and shopping, and a rich cultural environment.

Interested candidates should send CV and letter of introduction to: Jill Farrington, Associate Director Clinic Operations, Duke Student Health,