Epidemiologist 2 - Office of Immunization and Child Profile
• Compiling and maintaining school and childcare immunization data for epidemiological investigations and data analysis
• Coordinating and conducting the development, analysis plan, writing and distribution of epidemiologic investigations pertaining to vaccination coverage among school and childcare population.
• Ensuring federal grant and project deliverables are completed in accordance with the stated timelines and agreed upon protocols.
• Assisting the OICP School and Child Care Immunization Nurse Consultant and the OICP Policy and Planning Coordinator with tracking compliance with the school vaccination and exemption requirements.
• Working with partners to improve compliance with state requirements.
• Developing and maintaining relationships with public health partners, internal and external stakeholders.
What we’re looking for
Success in this position requires one to be 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 2: Master’s degree in public health, or a closely allied field which includes 12 graduate quarter hours or equivalent (500 level or above) in epidemiology and 12 graduate quarter hours or equivalent in biostatistics.
• Two (2) or more years of experience in the following:
o Using statistical software (R, SAS, SQL, or similar products) for complex data analysis.
• Demonstrated experience in the following:
o Manipulating, researching, or analyzing immunization and/or notifiable condition data.
o Manipulating large datasets.
o Presenting data in a variety of formats to diverse audiences.
o Communicating effectively, orally and in writing on technical or health issues to diverse audiences.
o Working with data visualization software, such as Tableau or similar products.
o Using survey software (Survey Monkey, REDCap, Qualtrics or similar products) to develop and distribute public surveys or data collection.
o Developing and maintaining relationships with public health partners.
o Working in an immunization program and/or with immunization registry data.