25 July 2011

Job Opportunities

Here are some opportunities for employment that may be of interest to ISDS members:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

  • Director, Division of Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention (DHDSP)
    •  The incumbent will:
      • Develop goals and objectives that integrate chronic disease prevention, health promotion, and scientific and programmatic activities that improve cardiovascular health,
      •   Identify key program areas in which prevention measures can accomplish reductions in the leading causes of cardiovascular disease morbidity and mortality,
      •   Provide expert guidance to public health officials, researchers, Physicians, and scientific administrators,
      •   Represent NCCDPHP with a variety of CDC organizations as well as the Office of the Surgeon General, National Academy of Sciences, United States Agency for International Development, the World Bank, the World Health Organization, National Institutes of Health and other external partners,
      •   Evaluate research and identifying factors and contributors to cardiovascular health and their relationship with disease prevention and health promotion activities,
      •   Plan, organize and oversee the division’s activities, and
      •   Lead and manage approximately 100 staff of highly qualified and competent medical, scientific and technical workforce and a $74M annual budget with a broad portfolio of prevention programs and activities.
    •  Qualification requirements:
      • Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) licensure,
      •   A minimum of five years of residency training in the specialty of the position or equivalent experience and training,
      •   Recognition as a scientific and public health leader in the field of cardiovascular health, and
      •   Demonstrated capacity to provide innovative leadership.
    •  To be considered, email your CV to Wayne Giles.  Or see more information on DHDSP.
  •   Director, Public Health Surveillance and Informatics Program Office (PHSIPO) 
    • The incumbent will:
      •   Provide leadership and guidance on public health surveillance and informatics to CDC and local/state/federal jurisdictions/agencies.
      •   Coordinate with CDC and various stakeholders to improve the nation’s capabilities for conducting real-time biosurveillance and enables health situational awareness through access to existing data from healthcare organizations across the county,
      •   Develop a vision for the execution and operation of innovative, cross cutting, scientifically rigorous public health surveillance and informatics programs and technology initiatives in order to make data available to public health experts.
    •  Qualification requirements:
      •   Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) licensure,A minimum of five years of residency training in the specialty of the position or equivalent experience and training,
      • Recognition as a scientific and leader in the field of public health surveillance, and
      •   Demonstrated capacity to provide innovative leadership.
    •  To be considered, applicants MUST apply prior to midnight EST on August 16th at www.usajobs.gov. Access the vacancy directly>

Virginia Department of Health
  • Enhanced Surveillance Coordinator/Syndromic Surveillance Coordinator
    • Job Description:
      • Manages the implementation, analysis, and dissemination of statewide enhanced surveillance projects. Provides technical oversight for enhanced surveillance activities statewide and supervises enhanced surveillance staff. Prioritizes new initiatives and establishes policies and procedures for the implementation of projects. Identifies opportunities for surveillance enhancements and designs new programs and guides development of new data management applications when appropriate. Creates and delivers training, shares best practices and develops user manuals for enhanced surveillance activities. Plans and implements targeted surveillance initiatives. Manages grant activities and prepares progress reports. Serves as a liaison to the Offices of Emergency Preparedness and Response (EP&R) and Information Management (OIM), and is a Bioterrorism Response support team member.
    • Application Details:
      • A completed application, including all previous employment, salary history, and education must be submitted online at  for consideration. Search for position using position number 08910.  The deadline to apply is 7/31/11. 

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