Global Opportunities at CDC
From Angola to Zimbabwe, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) presence is felt in over 40 countries worldwide through partnerships with international and multinational public health agencies, and non-governmental organizations.
Whether you’re working with health ministries to build public health surveillance systems in developing countries, contributing to global health policies and programs, helping to immunize children in a small town village, or training researchers, our challenging assignments give you a unique opportunity to experience different cultures, while making a difference in the health and well-being of people around the world.
The CDC’s Center for Global Health and Programs recruit for international assignments based on individual qualifications, federal employment status and citizenship. To qualify for CDC overseas jobs, you must be able to work independently and adapt to new situations and changing environments.
The CDC uses one or both of the following recruitment sources:
Personal and Non-Personal Contracting Services (Individual contractors and contracting companies)
Visit http://www.cdc.gov/globalhealth/employment.htm for more information on international assignments including eligibility, qualifications, citizenship requirements, how to apply, and more.