Make More than a Career. Make a Difference.

Public health is a diverse and growing field that offers many career options for people from a variety of educational backgrounds.

A job with the Department of Health (DOH) provides people with the opportunity to protect and improve communities by preventing epidemics and the spread of disease, promoting healthy lifestyles for children and families, protecting against hazards in homes, work, communities and the environment, assuring high quality health care services, and preparing for and responding to emergencies.

DOH has over 5,000 employees working in different positions throughout the State, all dedicated to public health, excellence, integrity and teamwork. Opportunities also exist through Health Research Incorporated (HRI), an independent 501 (c)3 corporation established to seek and obtain grant money for the benefit of the Department.

Local job fairs

Talk with us about open positions such as:

  • Office Assistants |
  • Health Program Administrators |
  • Nurses |
  • Data Analysts |
  • Hearing Officers |
  • Research Scientists
Date and Time Host Event name
Wed, March 6, 10am - 3pm University at Albany Government and Non-Profit Job & Internship Fair
Fri, March 8, 9:30am-4pm SOMOS 2024 SOMOS 2024
Sat, March 9, 9:30am-4pm SOMOS 2024 SOMOS 2024
Th, March 28, 1-4pm SUNY Oneonta Career Fair: School of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Th, March 28, 3-5:30pm SUNY Plattsburgh Annual Career Fair 2024
Fri, March 29, 12-3pm NYU Spring 2024 NYU Global Public Health Career Expo
Th, April 4, 1-4pm SUNY Oneonta Career Fair: School of Education, Human Ecology & Sports Science
Wed, April 10, 11am-3pm Empire State Plaza MLK Career Fair
Th, April 11, 1-4pm SUNY Oneonta Career Fair: School of Sciences

Now Hiring Nurses Statewide – Higher Pay Approved

Governor Kathy Hochul recently announced a series of pay increases for nurse positions within New York State agencies to help improve recruitment and retention among the state's health care workforce. The increases, which account for the rising complexity of nursing tasks and high credential requirements for nurses, will bring the starting salary of registered nurses working the day shift to nearly $90,000 upstate and $108,000 downstate when coupled with pay differentials. The pay increases will benefit approximately 6,500 New York State employees located across 15 state agencies. For more information, go to:

CNAs, LPNs and Registered Nurses, Direct Care and Administrative Positions available at the following locations statewide:

A world-class team of scientists, researchers, and public health professionals working at the forefront of public health, biomedical research, and environmental sciences. See here for current employment opportunities at Wadsworth:

We are continuously seeking health care professionals and other talented individuals to join our team! Experience a healthy work-life balance of Holidays and Paid Time Off (PTO) along with:

Enjoy rewarding work and a generous benefits package worth 65% of your salary.

New York State is an Equal Opportunity Employer.