Job Postings as of June 11, 2015

June 11, 2015 | Career Announcements


Position: Epidemiologist I/Specialist

Organization:  Maryland Dept of Health and Mental Hygiene

Posting date: June 10, 2015

Location:  Baltimore, MD, USA

SUMMARY: The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH) is seeking a full time (40 hours per week) Epidemiologist/Specialist to provide support to the Center for Immunization. This position will provide epidemiologic and programmatic support for vaccine preventable disease (VPD) and immunization activities conducted in the Center for Immunization. Responsibilities include assisting the Senior Epidemiologist with the following duties: conducting surveillance for vaccine preventable diseases; providing guidance for local health departments in conducting VPD investigations and outbreaks; analyzing VPD surveillance data; preparing and implementing the Annual School Immunization Status and Survey Validation Reports; monitoring local health department immunization delayed outreach reports; the perinatal hepatitis B program; and influenza vaccine activities to control and prevent influenza morbidity and mortality. NOTE: This is a contractual full time position funded through the University of Maryland, Baltimore County with some benefits available.

QUALIFICATIONS:  A Master’s degree in the field of Public Health from an accredited college or university with a minimum of three graduate courses in Epidemiology and one graduate course in Biostatistics.

How to apply:   For fullest consideration, please submit a resume and cover letter by July 6, 2015 to


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 Position:  Infection Prevention and Control Co-coordinator

Organization:  Kansas Department of Health and Environment

Posting date: June 10, 2015

Location:  Topeka, KS

SUMMARY: The incumbent will provide preparedness assessment by developing a comprehensive screening process and tools to support CDC’s Ebola Readiness Tool. Conduct policy reviews, onsite assessments for facilities based on results of this tool. Prepare detailed report for KDHE on gaps in readiness. Conduct webinars and educational sessions to assist facilities as needed. Plan, organize and prioritize program activities and manages resources necessary to achieve mission objectives. Independently initiates discussions of problems relating to administration of services or program objectives, obtains direction and approvals as appropriate. Includes working with HAI program staff to understand work flow processes and program needs.

QUALIFICATIONS:  A Master’s degree in the field of Public Health from an accredited college or university with a minimum of three graduate courses in Epidemiology and one graduate course in Biostatistics.

How to apply: For fullest consideration, please submit a resume and cover letter by July 6, 2015 to


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Position:  Epidemiologist

Organization:  Saint Louis County Department of Public Health

Posting date: June 10, 2015

Location:  Berkeley, MO, USA

SUMMARY: The position will provide scientific support for the Chronic Disease Epidemiology Team within the Division of Health Promotion and Public Health Research. The Epidemiology Specialist will be primarily responsible for assisting the agency with scientific investigations related to chronic disease outcomes, expanding current knowledge of issues of public health importance, and defining programmatic corrective actions to alleviate adverse health effects.

The starting salary for this position will be between $45,406.40– $54,487.62 per year depending on experience and qualifications.

QUALIFICATIONS:  Bachelor’s Degree in epidemiology, biostatistics or related field and at least three years of professional experience in public health, epidemiology, biostatistics or a related area; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.  Prefer a Master’s degree in public health with a focus in epidemiology, biostatistics, or public health (with coursework in epidemiology and biostatistics). Team player with ability to work independently and multi-task oriented. Excellent verbal, interpersonal and written communication skills. Proven ability to translate complex statistical results to a variety of audiences based on methodological strengths and limitations. Excellent problem solving skills with ability to analyze situations identify existing or potential problems and recommend solutions. Programming skills for data manipulation and statistical analysis using SAS. Experience using ArcGIS to develop maps integrating and displaying data by various geographic levels and to analyze geospatial trends. Knowledgeable and experience in assuring data quality and validation and possess capabilities in interpreting basic and complex data analysis. Knowledge of study design and ability to identify and explore potential sources of bias and confounding. Ability to evaluate reliability of source information, adjust and weigh raw data, and organize results. Extensive experience working with large health datasets. Experience in survey instrument design and implementation. Proficient with Microsoft Office products.

ORGANIZATION DESCRIPTION:  Saint Louis County Department of Public Health is a dynamic public health agency funded by dedicated tax payer supported health fund. The annual operating budget for the agency is $60 million. the agency employs 600 full time staff and provides direct primary medical and dental care services in addition to performing core public health functions such as disease outbreak investigations, restaurant inspections, epidemiological support services, communicable and non-communicable disease prevention and control.

How to apply:  Persons interested should apply online at: fm. Telephone number is (314)615-5429. The last date for filing an application for this position is the closing date. This date may be extended if an insufficient number of applications from qualified persons has been received by this date.

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Position:  Sr. Research Interviewer

Organization:  Emory University – School of Nursing

Posting date: June 10, 2015

Location:  Atlanta, GA    USA

SUMMARY:   Recruits, screens, identifies, contacts, and interviews participants to obtain data for assigned research projects. Interviews may be conducted in person, in a clinical setting, the subject’s residence, or by telephone. Coordinates the data collection process. May abstract data from the participant’s medical record. Schedules appointments, obtains consent forms, explains the study to the participant and collects data. May observe participants and record results of observation through written documentation or video recording. Edits completed questionnaires for completeness, legibility and accuracy. Follows up with participants to obtain missing data or clarify existing data. Designs forms, worksheets and study questionnaires. May code and enter data into a database. Compiles data and produces reports to be used for analysis of research findings. May monitor blood pressure and heart rate and may take vital signs and height/weight measurements. May collect blood, saliva, or urine samples from participants and prepare them for laboratory testing. Provides direction to others engaged in the interviewing process. Maintains required record-keeping. Performs related responsibilities as required.

QUALIFICATIONS:  This position involves day-to-day operations of three research projects (two projects about the experience of living with and treating cancer pain for the patient and caregiver; one project about increasing accrual to breast cancer clinical trials). Additional activities include assistance with production of a patient education video for the breast cancer study as well as grant writing and poster/manuscript preparation. Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) certification will be needed upon employment as well as all required training for clinical research staff. This position requires great people skills plus a pro-active organized, detail- oriented approach.



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Position:  Research Manager, MaxART Early Access to ART for All Study

Organization:  Clinton Health Access Initiative

Posting date: June 10, 2015

Location:  Mbabane, Other / Non-US, Swaziland

SUMMARY:   Founded in 2002 by President William J. Clinton, the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) is a global health organization committed to strengthening integrated health systems around the world and expanding access to care and treatment for HIV/AIDS, malaria and other illnesses. Based on the premise that business oriented strategy can facilitate solutions to global health challenges, CHAI acts as a catalyst to mobilize new resources and optimize the impact of these resources to save lives, via improved organization of commodity markets and more effective local management. By working in association with governments and other NGO partners, CHAI is focused on large scale impact and, to date, CHAI has secured lower pricing agreements for treatment options in more than 70 countries. In addition, CHAI’s teams are working side-by-side with over 30 governments to tackle many of the largest barriers to effective treatment and care.

In Swaziland, CHAI has been working in partnership with the Ministry of Health (MOH) and other stakeholders to develop sustainable strategies to address Swaziland’s public health priority areas since 2007. Current work includes increasing access to high-quality and affordable medicines, malaria elimination, sustainable health financing and the MaxART project, that builds on this close collaboration with the government.

In Swaziland, the country with the highest HIV prevalence in the world, a consortium of multi-disciplinary stakeholders[1], led by the Government of Swaziland, is managing an initiative called, MaxART – Maximizing ART for Better Health and Zero New HIV Infections. MaxART includes a unique package of interventions aimed at ensuring that all individuals who need it have access to high quality HIV testing, treatment, and lifelong care.

With these strong systems and improved understanding of the realities and needs on the ground, the Government of Swaziland – in collaboration with the MaxART Consortium – has also embarked on a 3-year Early Access to ART for All (EAAA) Implementation Study to understand the feasibility, acceptability, clinical outcomes, affordability, and scalability of offering treatment for people living with HIV irrespective of CD4 in government-managed health facilities in Hhohho region. There is now considerable evidence from clinical trials that Early Access to ART (also known as “HIV treatment as prevention”) could both improve the health of people living with HIV and dramatically reduce the rates of new HIV infection. But evidence is needed to assess what is required to implement this approach in a “real world” setting – and Swaziland is ready to lead the way. In the context of the EAAA study, CHAI Swaziland is currently seeking a highly motivated individual with outstanding credentials to fill the Research Manager position.

[1] The MaxART Consortium is comprised of STOP AIDS NOW!, Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), Swaziland National Network of People Living with HIV (SWANNEPHA), Global Network of People living with HIV (GNP+), South Africa Centre for Epidemiological Modeling and Analyses (SACEMA), Southern Africa HIV & AIDS Information Dissemination Service (SAfAIDS), in collaboration with in-country partners including the US President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)’s implementing partners, Médecins Sans Frontières, and the United Nations.

 QUALIFICATIONS:  The MaxART Research Manager will work closely with the Senior Research Manager to support the implementation of the Early Access to ART for All Implementation Study. The Research Manager will have primary responsibility for the implementation of the research in the health system. Specific responsibilities include:

* Technical oversight and day-to-day management of the study’s implementation, including development and adherence to study operating procedures, policies, and study work planning and logistics among all health system and health facility activities. * Manage project administration including preparation of work plans, budgets/reforecast, narrative and financial reports in collaboration with the Senior Research Manager, with ownership of the health facility components of the study. * Develop all study documents and tools in collaboration with the Primary Research Team, ensure strong and timely execution of study’s implementation plan, and implement systems for strengthening operations and field efficiencies. * Coordinate the procurement of study-related supplies, including medications and laboratory supplies, and manage established partnerships with both Mylan and MSF. * Collaborate with Primary Research Team to regularly present results of study to a variety of audiences and key stakeholders. * Collaborate closely on a daily basis with technical level of government and other implementing partners, at national and regional level, to ensure the study is informed by other activities and preliminary study findings are shared in all relevant forums. * Serve as knowledge base on current trends and findings from universal HIV treatment research to ensure the MaxART study is aligned and relevant to global evidence. * Able to act as Senior Research Manager as needed. * Perform other duties as assigned.


* Degree in epidemiology, public health, biostatistics, or related field. Clinical experience preferred. * Minimum 5 years of relevant experience of which at least 2 years of proven success in coordinating complex research projects. * Experience conducting research activities in a developing country, including understanding of Institutional Review Board (IRB) and national Ethics Committee processes and procedures * Exceptional relationship building and interpersonal skills, and an ability to collaborate effectively with a wide range of partners and stakeholders in a culturally diverse environment * Highly developed strategic analysis, problem solving, and quantitative skills with ability to create tools to address specific challenges and improve working practices * Strong project management skills, including demonstrated ability to think independently, be flexible, and balance multiple priorities under tight deadlines. * Ability to mentor and lead teams to perform at a consistently high level in high-pressure situations and ambiguous circumstances. * Ability to think strategically and problem solve in fast-paced, multicultural environment. * Excellent Microsoft Word and Power Point skills, with the ability to develop compelling presentations.

Preferred Qualifications:

* Post-graduate degree, preferably PhD or Masters degree in epidemiology, public health, biostatistics, or related field. Clinical experience preferred.

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Position:  Nutritionist II/Wic Director

Organization:  Halifax County Health Dept

Posting date: June 9, 2015

Location:  Halifax, NC    USA

SUMMARY:  Description: The person in this position functions as the direct supervisor of the Halifax County Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC). Other responsibilities include, supervising all breastfeeding activities for the agency; planning, directing and coordinating nutrition services and WIC staff for the department. Additional duties include providing direct nutritional services for the WIC program, primarily with high risk patients, as identified in the program standards, with a limited number of clients who have chronic medical problems; using the application of nutritional theories and concepts during nutritional assessments and counseling sessions.

QUALIFICATIONS:  Requirements: Registered Dietitian with the Commission on Dietetics Registration; OR Master’s degree in Dietetics, Public Health Nutrition, or Nutrition; OR graduation from a Commission on Accreditation for Dietetics Education – approved Didactic Program in Dietetics and two years nutrition experience; OR Dietetic Technician, Registered with the Commission on Dietetics Registration with a Bachelor’s degree in any subject area from an accredited four-year college or university and two years nutrition experience; OR a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Dietetics, Public Health Nutrition or Community Nutrition from an accredited four-year college or university and two years nutrition experience.

ORGANIZATION DESCRIPTION: To educate, protect, serve and support the community by assuring quality health care and Environmental health services in a confidential, affordable and accessible manner.

How to apply: Please go to our website to download an application. Please follow instructions as incomplete applications will not be considered. You may also view the official posting of this position on our website.


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Position: Research Manager

Organization:  Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Division of Pharmacoepidemiology

Posting date: June 9, 2015

Location:  Boston, MA    USA

SUMMARY:  Working under the direction of the Division Administrator, Division Chief, and faculty of the Division of Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacoeconomics of the BWH Department of Medicine, the Research Manager is responsible for the overall organization, coordination, and management of staff activities related to studies of the safe and effective use of medications in a variety of contexts. Please see division website for more information on faculty and research topics: Will be responsible for the day-to-day project management of multiple health service and epidemiological research projects focusing on patient-centered outcomes, effectiveness, safety, and usefulness of medical treatments and services. The successful candidate will be able to communicate clearly with study funders and stakeholders, complete reports, assist investigators with adhering to deliverable schedules, and coordinate study teams. Will hire, manage, and supervise a team of 6 research assistants. Will be responsible for maintaining regulatory adherence, to include management of the division’s Institutional Review Board applications, Data Use Agreements, and researcher certification. Will be involved in various division administration duties as needed (to include office management of Avenue Louis Pasteur location, resource maintenance, and other duties as assigned). Master’s degree in Public Health or a related discipline preferred. At least 3 years of research project management experience required. Position requires demonstrated experience and competence in managing complex projects, as well as the demonstrated ability to communicate with multiple levels of staff and to work effectively with others and meet deadlines. Highly desirable skills include experience with human subjects and HIPAA regulations, ensuring compliance with Institutional Review Board requirements (IRB), interacting with governmental and non-governmental funding agencies, supervising direct reports, and background in epidemiology or health services.

QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s Degree in Public Health or a related discipline preferred. At least 3 years of research project management experience required.



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Position:  Epidemiologist

Organization:  County of Orange

Posting date: June 9, 2015

Location:  Santa Ana, CA    USA

SUMMARY:  The Public Health Services, Disease Control and Epidemiology Division is responsible for monitoring the incidence of reportable communicable disease in the community; preventing communicable diseases and promoting disease prevention; and assuring access to treatment of communicable diseases such as STDS, HIV, and AIDS, and tuberculosis. The division also oversees health assessments for newly arriving refugees, asylees, parolees, and human trafficking victims. In addition, the division has responsibility for registering Orange County births and deaths and issuing associated certificates and permits.

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The position will support reportable communicable disease surveillance, investigation and reporting, and will be a critical component of the Health Care Agency’s response to communicable disease outbreaks and events of public health concern. The position is in the Epidemiology and Assessment Program within the Division of Disease Control and Epidemiology.

Major Responsibilities for the position also include:

Design and participate in surveillance and epidemiological studies of communicable diseases, including seasonal and pandemic influenza.

Complete outbreak investigations, specifically foodborne illnesses such as Salmonella, Shigella, E.Coli, etc.

Review, monitor, and interpret local data to identify and describe disease trends

Participate in the development and operation of data systems for the monitoring of disease status and trends.

Prepare written and oral presentations of epidemiological findings and complex statistics in a concise and accurate manner.

Perform statistical analysis on large data sets for surveillance and epidemiological studies utilizing computer programs such as SPSS/SAS/EpiInfo, MS Office Software including Access, Excel, Word and Powerpoint.

Provide consultation with staff and the public on data and epidemiology issues.

Establish and maintain cooperative relationships with physicians, colleagues, and public health staff.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:A valid California Driver’s License

A master’s degree from an accredited college or university with a specialization in epidemiology, biostatistics, or a related field with one year of experience in designing and conducting studies and interpreting epidemiologic or demographic data OR

A bachelor’s degree in a public health related field plus three years of the above required experience

ORGANIZATION DESCRIPTION: Orange County’s 3 million residents enjoy a nearly perfect climate in which parks and beaches provide abundant opportunities for outdoor activities. Orange County is the home of exciting professional sports, a wide range of tourist attractions and quality venues for visual and performing arts. Orange County boasts a thriving business economy and a well-educated work force. The County of Orange is a regional service provider and planning agency whose core business include public safety, public health, environmental protection, regional planning, public assistance, social services and aviation. There is no doubt that Orange County is a great place to work, live, and play.

How to apply:  Please visit and submit an online application by June 16, 2015 at 11:59pm.

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Position: Research Associate (Science Writer)

Organization:  American Legacy Foundation

Posting date: June 9, 2015

Location:  Washington

SUMMARY: The Schroeder Institute for Tobacco Research and Policy Studies at Legacy is seeking someone who is extremely well-versed in the tobacco control literature, and passionate about disseminating the results of our tobacco control intervention and policy research. The Research Associate will be responsible for all activities related to summarizing and disseminating research products created by Legacy’s Schroeder Institute for Tobacco Research and Policy Studies. This work will entail drafting and copyediting a broad range of science-based documents and conveying technical or detailed information in a clear and accessible manner. Example products include research summaries, scientific literature review, peer-reviewed publications, website content, fact sheets, presentations, and talking points. The candidate should be eager to learn and grow in this role.


Develop communications to the executive leadership team, including routine updates to the CEO, COO, and Board of Directors;

Develop Schroeder Institute content for Legacy’s annual report and work with Communications on edits and revisions;

Serve as a liaison between the Schroeder Institute and other Legacy departments to effectively communicate the Schroeder Institute’s research initiatives and priorities;

Record minutes from bi-weekly Schroeder Institute project management meetings and circulate documentation to research staff;

Keep accurate documentation of Schroeder Institute publications;

Collaborate with Legacy’s Communications Department to develop brief summaries of Schroeder Institute publications for various external audiences;

Provide materials related to Schroeder Institute research for the Legacy website and work with Communications on edits and revisions;

Stay current on tobacco control research by reviewing relevant published literature (e.g., scientific papers, company reports, newspapers, magazines and journals, press releases and internet resources including social media) and attending conferences, webinars, and other relevant activities;

Collaborate on scientific fact sheets on tobacco-related topics;

Conduct reference searches to support a range of research initiatives (e.g., grant submissions, academic publications, substantiation);

Format manuscripts for submission to scientific journals and submit manuscripts for peer review via online systems on behalf of Schroeder Institute investigators;

Read and edit page proofs from printers for peer-reviewed publications;

Work with Schroeder Institute investigators to fulfill publication requirements for externally funded research;

Respond to requests from the Executive Director as needed.


Salary range is mid-50k’s based on experience with EXCELLENT benefits.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, veteran status, or disability

QUALIFICATIONS:  The ideal candidate will have a Master’s degree in Public Health, Psychology, Epidemiology, Policy, Health Administration, Science/Medical Writing, or related scientific discipline. We are looking for someone who has excellent writing skills as well as rigorous scientific training;

Minimum of 5 years of relevant experience writing and editing research-related information for digital and print channels. Candidate must have exceptional writing and copyediting skills as well as the ability to produce error-free work. Candidate must also have a strong knowledge of academic writing (i.e., referencing scientific literature, various citation styles);

Ability to learn multiple style guides to produce, review, and revise documents;

Must be able to synthesize complex medical/scientific material into compelling, accurate and accessible content for lay audience;

Direct knowledge of tobacco control, Web communications, and social media are a plus;

Ability to oversee projects that require collaboration with diverse group of professionals;

Ability to manage strict, detail-oriented review processes;

Ability to prioritize, manage multiple tasks, and deliver results under tight deadlines;

Experience in nonprofit communications preferred;

Strong organizational skills and the ability to work well both individually and as part of a team; and,

Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office required; knowledge of EndNote or other reference management software programs is a plus.

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Position:  Data Analyst Sr- Lead Epidemiologist

Organization: University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Posting date: June 8, 2015

Location:  Little Rock, AR, USA

SUMMARY:  The Arkansas Reproductive Monitoring System (ARHMS), within the Section of Birth Defects Research in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and Arkansas Children’s Hospital Research Institute (ACHRI), seek candidates for the position of Data Analyst Sr./Lead Epidemiologist. The Lead Epidemiologist will collaborate with existing faculty in the design and implementation of genetic epidemiology studies and will provide expertise in management, analysis, and interpretation of birth defect surveillance, laboratory and research project data. The Epidemiologist will be responsible for maintaining and updating analysis procedures and protocols for data manipulation and quality assurance and control procedures for ARHMS and other research projects. The successful candidate will utilize appropriate epidemiologic and statistical methods in data analysis using statistical software (e.g., SAS, STATA, SPSS, etc.), and various other databases, graphics, mapping, spreadsheet, and word processing applications and will be responsible for becoming an expert in birth defects data, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Birth Defects Prevention Study and BD-STEPS databases. The Epidemiologist will manipulate, clean, tabulate, and analyze large datasets (e.g., hospital discharge data, vital records) and create or utilize matching programs to link records using available identifiers. The position will be responsible for maintaining and updating standardized algorithms and systems for using ARHMS Surveillance data and laboratory data for routine monitoring and periodic reports and will assist in the preparation of grant applications, progress reports, scientific articles and presentations, other deliverables, as well as support ongoing and new clinical and epidemiologic research.

The Epidemiologist will work closely with the Section for Birth Defects Research’s Database Manger and ARHMS Directors to ensure the ARHMS database is maintained and updated as needed. The Epidemiologist will also work closely with faculty, research and public health partners, community organizations and external organizations (e.g., the National Birth Defects Prevention Network) that collaborate with, or request data or reports from ARHMS or the Center. The position will train faculty/staff who work as data analysts and data managers within the Section, including biostatisticians, epidemiologists and bioinformaticians, on the use of Section databases and analytic research data programs, and will serve as the Section’s liaison with the state’s Center for Health Statistics at the Arkansas Department of Health and perform other duties as assigned.

 QUALIFICATIONS:  Qualified candidates must have a Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in Public Health, Epidemiology, Biostatistics, or a directly related field. The successful candidate should have a minimum of five years of experience using statistical software (e.g. SAS, STATA, SPSS, R, etc.) for analysis of public health or clinical databases. The candidate must possess experience with database linkage and strong skills in data management, including performing quality assurance, developing data dictionaries, and routine updates. The successful candidate must have creativity, enthusiasm, and excellent communication skills to interact with multiple parties (researchers, clinicians, informatics staff, IT) and must possess knowledge of the concepts of public health practice, as well as knowledge of the principles of evaluation of surveillance, prevention, or health-related services programs and activities. The candidate must have knowledge of the principles of epidemiology and of quality assurance and quality control methods for databases and needs to possess knowledge of the principles of descriptive and analytical statistics and of scientific and technical writing.

The candidate must be skilled in the organization of program and disease reporting data as well as in analysis and must possess expert skills in Excel, Microsoft Access, and SAS or SPSS statistical software for data management and analysis and have the ability to participate in group decision-making concerning research design, methods, and protocol. They must have the ability to learn all relevant birth defects data systems and interpret statistical analyses of epidemiologic and research data and possess advanced written communication and presentation skills, as well as the ability to train others regarding quality data collection and data entry. They must be able to interpret surveillance guidance and research protocols and work with local and state health agency personnel and allied groups and have the ability to gather, assemble, and analyze data to devise solutions to problems and to develop and evaluate policies and procedures and state health agency personnel and allied groups. The successful candidate will have the ability to work effectively as a team player, possess orientation to detail, strong organizational skills and the ability to juggle multiple priorities simultaneously. They must have strong speaking, writing, and interpersonal skills and proficiency with all Microsoft Office products.

ORGANIZATION DESCRIPTION:  The UAMS Department of Pediatrics employs over 210 faculty members and over 80 residents. Arkansas Children’s Hospital is among the largest children’s hospitals in the United States. Located in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains, Little Rock is an exceptionally family-oriented community, with affordable housing, quality school options, a mild climate, excellent cultural and artistic venues, professional minor league sports, world class hunting, fishing, and other outdoor recreational opportunities plus extraordinary natural beauty. With a population in excess of 500,000, Greater Little Rock offers the most desirable features of large cities without sacrificing ease of access or convenience. For more information, please see our website:

How to apply:  Interested candidates should submit an application through the UAMS Human Resources Application System at

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