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Epidemiologist 3 - Lead Environments of Children Project - State of Washington-Office of Environmental Public Health Sciences

Full-time position
Closing Date: November 22, 2018
Job #13190
Posted: October 22, 2018
Description:
  • Manages staff that support the CDC Lead Poisoning Prevention Program. This position has the responsibility and authority over administrative matters for assigned staff.
  • Uses billing and reporting data to investigate potential gaps in lead reporting that may impact surveillance activities.
  • Provides research support for the Built Environment Unit.
  • Participates in interagency workgroups, temporary support of other programs, or response to emerging public health threat, lead or legionella investigations.

 
What we’re looking for
 
The ideal candidate is a team player, defined as having a driving passion for the work, bringing humility to their job and people interactions, and understanding how their words and actions affect others.
 

Skills/Eligibility:

Required Qualifications
 

  • Option 1:  PhD or Dr.PH in Epidemiology, Public Health, Public Health Informatics, or a closely related field; AND expertise in ONE or more statistical programs such as STATA, R, or SAS.

 

OR

 
 

  • Option 2:  A Master’s degree in Epidemiology, Public Health, Public Health Informatics, or a closely related field; AND three (3) or more years of professional experience in public health or healthcare fields, and expertise in ONE or more statistical programs such as STATA, R, or SAS.

 
Desired Qualifications 
 

  • Two (2) or more years of management experience.
  • Demonstrated experience auditing public health reporting compliance.
  • Familiarity with laboratory reporting systems.
  • Experience working with Federal Grants.
  • Experience with a Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program.
How to Apply:

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/2238975-0/epidemiologist-3-lead-environments-of-children-project-doh4262