The Task Force hires staff through the Emory University Human Resources office. Click here to apply for a position through the Emory University Human Resources website. At this site, you can review descriptions for positions available at the Task Force or apply for a position. All applicants must submit credentials through the Emory Human Resources website.
Why the Task Force Is a Great Place to Work Task Force staff are committed to the legacy of collaboration that began with Dr. Foege—helping people achieve global health equity. Toward this end, we value the opportunities to collaborate and exchange ideas with our partners around the world as well as internal collaboration within the Task Force organization.
The Task Force is a dynamic organization that provides opportunities for individual growth. Through our affiliation with Emory University, we can offer Task Force employees a broad array of resources and employee benefits. Our diverse, talented workforce has a wide spectrum of abilities, accomplishments, and interests, and we apply them both at work and in the community. Your Task Force colleagues will be exceptional men and women who have education and experience throughout the field of public health.
Responsible Hiring Practices To maintain a staff with a high level of expertise, knowledge, and dedication, we conduct employment recruiting nationally and sometimes internationally. Our policy is to recruit and hire people with the best combination of education, training, and professional experience needed for the many specialized areas our work requires.
We value diversity in people and ideas. We support the principles of equal opportunity and equal representation.
The Task Force actively recruits, hires, trains, retains, and promotes employees on the basis of their qualifications and without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national or ethnic origin, age, marital status, sexual orientation, or disability.