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