256FW: Career Opportunity (fwd)
- Apr 1, 1999
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> Subject: FW: Career Opportunity (fwd)
> FYI--should you know of anyone who might be interested
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> Date: Tue, 30 Mar 1999 13:15:42 -0600
> From: SETH DIBBLEE <DIBBLEE.SETH@...>
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> Subject: Career Opportunity
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> Have a good day,
> Seth Dibblee
> Date: Mon, 29 Mar 1999 18:34:45 -0800 (PST)
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> From: Robert Harrison <rharris@...>
> Subject: industrial hygienist position
> Cc: tdictproj@..., mnicas@..., jcone@...
> We are looking to hire a Masters-level industrial hygienist for a two-year
> NIOSH funded study of TB and blood borne pathogen exposure in
> California prisons. Some experience in occupational infectious diseases
> preferred (but not necessary). Salary in 60-65K range from Public Health
> Job based in DHS offices in Oakland, some travel required to prisons in
> NoCal and one in San Diego. Need to hire someone immediately. Project
> team includes Mark Nicas (PI), Jim Cone, June Fisher, myself, and
> epi grad student.
> The job is great opportunity to learn about occupational infectious
> disease issues in prisons (no joke - this is pretty amazing setting). We
> prior experience in prisons investigating TB outbreaks and excellent
> with Department of Corrections and major unions (CCPOA, SEIU, AFSCME).
> Feel free to pass this email on to anyone you think may be interested.
> Any interested candidates please have them call me ASAP at 510 622 4404.
> Patty Quinlan
> Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
> University of California, San Francisco
> Box 0843
> SF, CA. 94143-0843