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FW: Watsonian Update: December 1, 2000: JOB OPPORTUNITIES

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  • Bell, Elizabeth
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 1, 2000
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      > JOB OPPORTUNITIES:
      > [the following are passed along to you from your colleagues requesting
      > same; content is based on what is provided and thus may vary considerably
      > from position to position]
      >
      > 1)Texas Department of Health
      > Program Administrator V HIV/STD Training and Public Education Branch
      > Program Administrator V HIV/STD Planning Branch
      >
      > 2) California Center for Childhood Injury Prevention, San Diego
      > Project Coordinator Childhood Injury Prevention Resource Center
      > Project Coordinator Task Force re traffic safety among older
      > Californians
      >
      > 3) State of Florida Area 15 (Saint Lucie County) STD Manager
      > Re-advertisement
      >
      > 4) United Nations Children's Fund, WHO-Geneva Health Section/Programme
      > Division
      >
      > 5) State of Colorado STD/HIV Section Chief - Denver
      >
      > 6) PHA GS 11/12 DHAP-Intervention Research and Support, Training and
      > Technical Support Systems Branch, Atlanta, Georgia
      >
      > DETAILS FOLLOW:
      >
      > 1) Texas Department of Health
      > POSTING NUMBER: 01-TDH-0409
      > POSTING DATE: 11/22/00
      > CLOSING DATE: Posted Until Filled
      > POSITION TITLE: Program Administrator V
      > PAY GROUP/CLASS: B13/1567
      > MONTHLY SALARY: $3,744.00 - $4,114.00
      > GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
      > Performs complex management and oversight activities for daily operations
      > of multiple programs operated by the Planning Branch. Manages Branch in
      > its responsibilities to plan, direct, and monitor the HIV Prevention
      > Community Planning Program, the HIV Services Statewide Coordinated
      > Statement of Need and Ryan White Consortia Planning Program, the STD
      > Prevention Planning Initiatives, and the Bureau's Strategic Planning
      > Program. Directs the Branch in its multiple tasks of initiating
      > contracts for technical assistance services, ensuring that contractors
      > deliver services in accordance with State and Federal mandates and
      > contract provisions consistent with the needs of local prevention and
      > services planning groups, developing plans and guidelines/policies, and
      > providing contractors and local planning groups with needed technical
      > assistance. Develops and provides oversight of guidelines, procedures,
      > schedules, priorities, and standards to achieve the Branch's mission.
      > Coordinates and evaluates Branch activities. Evaluates budget requests
      > from technical assistance contractors and planning groups. Supervises
      > and assigns projects to the Planning Branch's Planning Specialists.
      > Works under general direction from the Division Director with extensive
      > latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment.
      > You may obtain the complete job description and/or job application online
      > at www.tdh.state.tx.us. For further information about the application
      > process, you may call the Texas Department of Health, Bureau of Human
      > Resources at (512) 458-7302. For further information about the
      > position, you may call the HIV/STD Health Resources Division at (512)
      > 490-2515.
      >
      > POSTING NUMBER: 01-TDH-0437
      > POSTING DATE: 11/29/00
      > CLOSING DATE: 01/05/00
      > POSITION TITLE: Program Administrator V
      > PAY GROUP/CLASS: B13/1567
      > MONTHLY SALARY: $3,985 - $4,679
      > GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
      > Using independent judgement, creativity and initiative, the position is
      > responsible for
      > managing the HIV/STD Training and Public Education Branch (TBEP) within
      > the Bureau
      > of HIV and STD Prevention. The TBEP is comprised of four distinct units
      > staffed with 16
      > employees engaged in multiple programs that include HIV/STD/hepatitis
      > training,
      > statewide HIV/STD staff development, development and quality assurance
      > of statewide
      > trainers, distance learning, public education/information programs and
      > events, state-wide
      > HIV/STD/hepatitis InfoLine, training contracts, various conferences
      > including the biennial
      > HIV/STD Conference which hosts approximately 1200 health care
      > professionals, and
      > special projects and initiatives. The position develops, implements,
      > and oversees TBEP
      > budgets, budget requests; interprets federal and state legislation,
      > policy and guidelines
      > to provide technical guidance statewide; directs preparation, review,
      > funding, and quality
      > assurance of TPEB contracts including National CDC Prevention Center
      > Part 3, and
      > advanced hepatitis training for physicians, nurses and health care
      > professionals with the
      > University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center- Dallas. You may obtain
      > the complete
      > job description and/or job application online at www.tdh.state.tx.us.
      > For
      > further information about the application process, you may call the
      > Texas Department of
      > Health, Bureau of Human Resources at (512) 458-7302. For further
      > information about
      > the position, you may call Ms. Lois Kantor, Assistant Director, HIV/STD
      > Health Resources
      > Division at (512) 490-2515.
      >
      > POSTING NUMBER: 01-TDH-0409
      > POSTING DATE: 11/22/00
      > CLOSING DATE: Posted Until Filled
      > POSITION TITLE: Program Administrator V
      > PAY GROUP/CLASS: B13/1567
      > MONTHLY SALARY: $3,744.00 - $4,114.00
      > GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
      > Performs complex management and oversight activities for daily
      > operations of multiple programs operated by the Planning Branch.
      > Manages Branch in its responsibilities to plan, direct, and monitor the
      > HIV Prevention Community Planning Program, the HIV Services Statewide
      > Coordinated Statement of Need and Ryan White Consortia Planning Program,
      > the STD Prevention Planning Initiatives, and the Bureau=s Strategic
      > Planning Program. Directs the Branch in its multiple tasks of
      > initiating contracts for technical assistance services, ensuring that
      > contractors deliver services in accordance with State and Federal
      > mandates and contract provisions consistent with the needs of local
      > prevention and services planning groups, developing plans and
      > guidelines/policies, and providing contractors and local planning groups
      > with needed technical assistance. Develops and provides oversight of
      > guidelines, procedures, schedules, priorities, and standards to achieve
      > the Branch=s mission. Coordinates and evaluates Branch activities.
      > Evaluates budget requests from technical assistance contractors and
      > planning groups. Supervises and assigns projects to the Planning
      > Branch=s Planning Specialists. Works under general direction from the
      > Division Director with extensive latitude for the use of initiative and
      > independent judgment.
      >
      > You may obtain the complete job description and/or job application
      > online at www.tdh.state.tx.us. For further information about the
      > application process, you may call the Texas Department of Health, Bureau
      > of Human Resources at (512) 458-7302. For further information about the
      > position, you may call the HIV/STD Health Resources Division at (512)
      > 490-2515.
      > ___***********************************__________________________________
      > 2) abCalifornia Center for Childhood Injury Prevention, San Diego
      >
      > From: Janice Yuwiler [mailto:jyuwiler@...]
      > We have two job positions open at the California Center for Childhood
      > Injury Prevention and could use your help in finding the right people for
      > the jobs. I've attached the two job announcements, but briefly, we need:
      > A Senior level Project Coordinator for our Childhood Injury Prevention
      > Resource Center
      > who will have primary responsibility for a multi-year effort to build
      > capacity for childhood
      > injury prevention in California; and
      > A Project Coordinator for a project that is convening a statewide Task
      > Force
      > to explore and develop policy and programmatic recommendations for
      > improved
      > traffic safety among older Californian's.
      > The deadline for the first screening is 12/8/00. If you have questions
      > please call Tina Zenzola or David Lawrence at 619-594-3691 or email them
      > at
      > tzenzola@... or david.lawrence@....
      >
      > Project coordinator, Childhood injury prevention Resource Center
      > Function of the Center: The California Center for Childhood Injury
      > Prevention serves as a resource center for injury prevention and is
      > located within the Graduate School of Public Health at San Diego State
      > University. The Center focuses on reducing injury mortality, morbidity
      > and cost by facilitating increased capacity for injury prevention at the
      > state and local level through a variety of technical assistance, training,
      > policy development and injury specific programs.
      > Responsibilities: The Project Coordinator of the Childhood Injury
      > Prevention Resource Center will have primary responsibility for a
      > multi-year effort project to build capacity for childhood injury
      > prevention in California. (S)he will assure that all tasks in the
      > scope-of-work sections of our contracts with the California Department of
      > Health Services, Maternal and Child Health Branch are accomplished with
      > excellence and in a timely way. The Project Coordinator will also assist
      > with implementing some activities of the Children's Safety Network,
      > National Injury Data Technical Assistance Center. (S)he reports to the
      > Center Director. Travel is required. Specific responsibilities include:
      > Coordinate and provide technical assistance and training to: local health
      > and education departments; trauma advisory boards; child death review
      > teams; state and federal agencies; police departments; sheriffs'
      > departments;, schools;, and others.
      > Assist with conceptualization and implementation of the Center's annual
      > statewide injury conference. In conjunction with other staff, conduct a
      > comprehensive assessment of injury technical assistance needs in
      > California and the Center's technical assistance capacity and functions.
      > In conjunction with other staff, identify and develop technical assistance
      > materials and resources and implement a technical assistance quality
      > assurance system.
      > Develop and implement a quality assurance program for our technical
      > assistance delivery
      > In conjunction with other staff, assess the Center's technical assistance
      > capacity and functions
      > Identify the technical assistance needs of local and state programs
      > Develop technical assistance and training materials
      > Develop and pProvide in-depth technical assistance and traning to several
      > selected MCH programs in California counties. .
      > Prepare presentations and assist in the preparation of training sessions
      > aimed at public health and other professionals
      > Maintain a broad knowledge of the literature, best prevention practices,
      > and scope of agencies and organizations relevant to the field.
      > Prepare project reports and proposals/ and contract applications to obtain
      > funding in support of Center activities.
      > Proactively initiate technical assistance contacts when appropriate
      > Develop and maintain collegial relationships with representatives from the
      > groups listed above and with other Center staff.
      > Supervise Graduate Student and/or Project Assistant.
      > Assist Center Director and Associate Director as needed.
      > NECESSARY KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
      > Familiarity with public health principles and the science and practice of
      > injury prevention.
      > Experience with providing technical assistance to public health programs.
      > Ability to draw conclusions and make recommendations based on research
      > data and findings.
      > Ability to interpret, problem-solve and draw logical conclusions on an
      > array of project issues, including broader policy and programmatic issues.
      > Strong conceptualization and analytic skills.
      > Experience with conference or meeting planning.
      > Experience with developing and conducting trainings for professional
      > groups and facilitating group processes.
      > Ability to exercise a high degree of creativity, foresight, and mature
      > judgment in planning, organizing, and guiding programs and activities.
      > Strong written and verbal communication skills including the ability to
      > write clear, concise, and conceptually accurate correspondence and project
      > documents and , to address complex issues via the telephone., and to
      > conduct training sessions for professional and lay groups
      > Excellent organizational skills including the ability to carry out
      > detailed, multi-step processes.
      > Ability to apply diversified knowledge of the science of injury control,
      > best practices, and existing policies and protocols.
      > Excellent organizational and task management skills including the Ability
      > ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and prioritize for task
      > accomplishment.
      > Excellent interpersonal skills such as diplomacy, tact, friendliness, and
      > accurate listening/speaking.
      > Ability to communicate and interact in a friendly, cooperative and
      > professional manner with a variety of individuals and constituencies in a
      > diverse community.
      > Experience managing graduate students and professional staff.
      > Ability to develop and deliver presentations to professional / technical
      > and non-technical (general) audiences.
      > Ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
      > Personal and professional style that promotes collaboration and
      > consensus-building
      > Skill in organizing resources and establishing priorities.
      > Knowledge of word processing and desktop publishing programs.
      > Flexibility and adaptability to fluctuating project demands and timelines.
      > Willingness and ability to travel overnight.
      > WORKING CONDITIONS:
      > Requires: occasional weekend and evening hours; travel (sometimes
      > overnight) to attend meetings and conferences, to provide consultation,
      > and to coordinate and deliver training sessions; frequent and often
      > prolonged use of the telephone to provide technical assistance and to
      > participate in teleconferences; use of microcomputer/video display
      > terminals; short time lines on many projects; attendance at evening
      > meetings; and sensitivity to special needs of diverse populations.
      > DESIRED Qualifications:
      > A Masters degree preferred in Public Health or a related field
      > Minimum of four yThree years progressively responsible experience
      > developing and implementing public health injury preventionprograms.
      > Experience working with collaborative efforts
      > Full-time regular position with excellent benefit package.
      > Salary commensurate with experience
      >
      > Project Coordinator, Cal. Ctr. For Childhood Injury Prevention
      >
      > Function of the Center: Located within the Graduate School of Public
      > Health at San Diego State University, the California Center for Childhood
      > Injury Prevention serves as a state and national resource center for the
      > prevention of injury. The Center focuses on reducing injury mortality,
      > morbidity and cost by facilitating increased capacity for injury
      > prevention through a variety of technical assistance, training, policy
      > development, and injury-specific programs.
      > RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the supervision of the Associate Director, the
      > Project Coordinator will be responsible for implementing the scope of work
      > of the Project for Older Adults and Traffic Safety and assisting with
      > development of the Center's work on seniors. The goal of the Project is to
      > convene and facilitate a statewide Advisory Task Force and develop a
      > comprehensive strategic plan that provides policy and programmatic
      > recommendations and serves as a statewide call for action for improved
      > traffic safety among older Californian's. The Project Coordinator will
      > also assist with implementing technical assistance activities under the
      > Childhood Injury Prevention Resource Center contract. Travel is required.
      > Specific responsibilities include:
      >
      > Assist the Associate Director with coordinating the Project for Older
      > Adults and Traffic
      > Safety:
      > · Develop the statewide Advisory Task Force;
      > · Facilitate the Advisory Task Force and Subcommittees through an
      > intensive strategic planning and policy-development process;
      > · Assist with overall conceptualization and planning for the project;
      > · Seek additional funding to support the Center's efforts in injury
      > prevention among older adults;
      > · Conduct a background investigation of the academic literature and
      > state-of-the-art in traffic safety and older adults ;
      > · Identify and/or develop background information and materials for the
      > Task Force;
      > · Assist with writing and producing the strategic plan document and
      > other written products associated with the project;
      > · Assist with developing and conducting conference sessions on older
      > adults and transportation safety;
      > · Produce project progress reports;
      > · Assist with monitoring project budget; and
      > · Assist the Associate Director, as needed, to accomplish the scope of
      > work.
      >
      > Assist with planning the annual California Conference on Childhood Injury
      > Control:
      > · Assist with the conceptualization and coordination of the overall
      > conference;
      > · Independently develop and coordinate conference workshops.
      >
      > Respond to requests for technical assistance from state and county public
      > health programs, the injury control community, police and fire
      > departments, schools, medical professionals, and the media regarding:
      > · childhood violence and injuries, prevention strategies and policies;
      > · program planning and evaluation;
      > · injury data and surveillance; and
      > · linkages to resources.
      >
      > EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND ABILITIES REQUIRED: Position requires the
      > equivalent to a Bachelor's degree in an appropriate field and at least two
      > years progressively responsible experience in technical or administrative
      > assignments. A Masters degree in Public Health, Public Policy or a related
      > field is preferred. The following is a list of skills and abilities
      > required for the position:
      >
      > · Strong conceptualization and analytic skills.
      > · Experience with public health systems and the development and
      > application of policy as a public health intervention.
      > · Familiarity with public health principles and the science and
      > practice of injury prevention.
      > · Experience with strategic planning or the facilitation of a
      > committee/coalition through a planning process.
      > · Able to develop and maintain collaborative relationships with
      > experts in the field.
      > · Experience with basic social science research methods such as
      > literature searches, simple public health surveys, needs assessments, key
      > informant interviews and use of the web as a resource.
      > · Able to interpret, draw logical conclusions, and make appropriate
      > recommendations based on a variety of types of information.
      > · Strong written and verbal communication skills including the ability
      > to write clear, concise, and conceptually accurate correspondence and
      > project documents.
      > · Experience with providing technical assistance to public health
      > programs.
      > · Experience with conference or meeting planning and conducting
      > training for professionals.
      > · Excellent organizational skills including the ability to carry out
      > detailed, multi-step processes.
      > · Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and prioritize for
      > task accomplishment.
      > · Excellent interpersonal skills such as diplomacy, tact, and accurate
      > listening/speaking and the ability to communicate and interact in a
      > friendly, cooperative, and professional manner with a variety of
      > individuals.
      > · Able to work both independently and as part of a team.
      > · Excellent word processing and desktop publishing skills.
      > · Flexibility and adaptability to fluctuating project demands and
      > timelines.
      > · Able to travel with frequent overnight stays.
      >
      > Full-time regular position with excellent benefit package.
      > Salary commensurate with experience
      > __________________________________________
      > 3) abFLORIDA STD Manager
      > DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES
      > Position Title: HEALTH SERVICES MANAGER
      > Position Number: 58494 Class Code: 5862 Closing Date: 12/12/2000 Location:
      > ST LUCIE County: ST LUCIE Part Time: N
      > Pay Grade: 021 Pay Plan: 01
      > Annual Salary Range: $30,944.94 to $50,452.48 (Applicants are normally
      > hired at the minimum of the salary range)
      > Contact Person: MS. BETTY KRUSKA
      > ST LUCIE COUNTY HEALTH DEPT
      > 5150 NW MILNER DRIVE PORT ST. LUCIE, FL. 34983
      > Phone: (561) 873-4926 Suncom: 245-4926
      > Announcement Type: Open Competitive Opportunity
      > Link to State of Florida employment opportunities website and printable
      > application form: http://www.myflorida.com/myflorida/jobopportunity.html
      > An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We hire only U.S.
      > citizens and lawfully authorized alien workers. Preference shall be given
      > to certain veterans and spouses of veterans as provided by chapter 295,
      > Florida Statutes. If you need an accommodation because of a disability in
      > order to participate in the application/selection process, please notify
      > the hiring authority in advance. The State of Florida does not tolerate
      > violence in the workplace.
      > Special Notes: MANAGE SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE CONTROL PROGRAMS FOR A
      > FOUR COUNTY AREA. MONITOR STD PROGRAM CLINICAL/FIELD ACTIVITIES. ENSURE
      > MAINTENANCE OF SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM. READVERTISEMENT. PREV. APPLICANTS NEED
      > NOT REAPPLY. FINGERPRINTING BACKGROUND CHECK PRIOR TO HIRE.
      > Minimum Qualifications: A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or
      > university and three years of professional experience in public health or
      > in the delivery of health care services, one of which must have been in a
      > supervisory or administrative capacity. A master's degree from an
      > accredited college or university in public health, health, health
      > education, nursing, the biological sciences or one of the behavioral
      > sciences can substitute for one year of the required nonsupervisory or
      > nonadministrative experience. Professional or nonprofessional experience
      > as described above can substitute on a year-for-year basis for the
      > required college education.
      > This Agency is not accepting electronic applications for this position.You
      > may submit a hard copy of your application to the address indicated in the
      > announcement
      > **************************************************************************
      > *************
      > 4) U N I T E D N A T I O N S C H I L D R E N ' S F U N D
      >
      > IMIS POST NUMBER: PAT NUMBER: POST TITLE: SENIOR PROGRAMME OFFICER
      > Generic JD Code: 1PROG5 IMIS JD Number: ICSC CCOG Code: 1.A.02
      > UNICEF Code: PM CLASSIFIED LEVEL: DATE CLASSIFIED:
      > POST LEVEL: LEVEL 5
      > SECTION/DIVISION:DUTY STATION:
      > Health Section/Programme Division WHO-Geneva
      > This is to certify that the contents are correct and complete and that the
      > duties and responsibilities described are required in the organizational
      > unit for the proper accomplishment of the functions.
      > Suomi Sakai, Chief, Immunization Activities
      > (Signature)
      > Supervisor Name and Title
      > (Signature)
      > David Alnwick, Health Section
      > Head of Section Name and Title
      > (Signature)
      > Sadig Rasheed, Director, PD
      > Head of Office Name and Title
      > (Signature)
      > DATE PREPARED:
      > 1. ORGANIZATIONAL SETTING
      > a) REPORTS TO: (Indicate post - (by job title and level) - to
      > which this position reports.)
      > Chief, Immunization Unit (D-1)
      > b) RESPONSIBILITY FOR WORK OF OTHERS (Indicate the number,
      > title and level for whose work the post is responsible.)
      > Title Level
      > Number
      > c) ORGANIZATION CHART (Indicate the IMMEDIATE SECTION where
      > the post is located showing the supervisor, subordinates and all other
      > related posts. Note only the officially approved organization chart
      > established in the budget process will be utilized for identification of
      > the post's position within the office structure.)
      > (To be inserted)
      > 2. PURPOSE OF THE POST (Describe the purpose of the post)
      > Under the overall guidance of the Chief, Immunization Unit, responsible
      > for the integrated monitoring, evaluation and operational research plan
      > for the global Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus (MNT) elimination initiative
      > to improve the status of women and children (programme throughput of $100
      > million), including the coordination, formulation, design, planning, and
      > implementation of effective monitoring and evaluation activities.
      > 3. MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (Describe in order of importance
      > what is does and how it is done. Do not exceed more than 10-12 major
      > duties. Indicate the percentage of time devoted to each duty or
      > responsibility. Do not include duties of less than 5%.)
      > Give direction and supervision to a significant and senior group of
      > professionals and support staff to develop, plan and monitor achievements
      > towards the MNT elimination goal in the following manner:
      > Percentage
      > 15% 1. Direct, coordinate and supervise the monitoring and evaluation
      > activities leading to the achievement of the MNT elimination initiative.
      >
      > 15% 2. Develop methods to assess data quality and use these methods to
      > improve the quality of incoming data by refining monitoring/validation
      > methods and tools for measuring NT and maternal tetanus incidence,
      > immunization/clean delivery coverage and incidence/mortality estimates.
      >
      > 20% 3. Provide overall leadership, guidance and direction for
      > monitoring and evaluation of MNT elimination, through appropriate
      > programme planning, implementation and analysis through ongoing
      > consultations with government, UNFPA and WHO and coordination of
      > activities, information and experience to achieve elimination of MNT.
      >
      > 10% 4. Provide technical assistance to strengthen neonatal tetanus (NT)
      > monitoring systems to regional and country levels. Ensure systems are in
      > place to properly monitor elimination status, NT incidence, tetanus toxoid
      > (TT) coverage for routine and supplemental activity and clean delivery
      > coverage. Identify and recommend human resources required for programmes.
      > Ensure appropriate professional development and training of staff.
      > 5% 5. Design data collection methodologies and research protocol (NT
      > algorithm, lot quality assessment survey, cluster survesy, protection at
      > birth methods, etc.). Develop and introduce new approaches and methods to
      > project monitoring and evaluation.
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
      > 3. MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (continued)
      > Percentage
      > 5% 6. Represent UNICEF in meetings with high level and senior
      > government officials as well as multi-lateral, bilateral agencies and
      > NGO's; interact, negotiate and advocate programme goals and strategies,
      > identify strategic alliances, and influence policy development to
      > facilitate achievement of global MNT elimination.
      > 15% Undertake field visits to monitor and assess MNT elimination
      > activities and decide on required corrective action. Assess government
      > authorities to plan and organize supplemental immunization activities and
      > training programmes for the purpose of capacity building and programme
      > sustainability.
      > 5% 8. Monitor development at the international, national, regional and
      > provincial level which are relevant to UNICEF policy directions and
      > programme thrusts. Develop methodologies and identify new approaches for
      > effective programme monitoring and ensure that goals/objectives are met.
      > Write position papers, reports and articles on NT elimination and methods
      > for NT monitoring for use in the development of UNICEF global programme
      > policy. Participate in international/ national meetings and workshops.
      >
      > 5% 9. Monitor the overall commitment, expenditure and liquidation of
      > programme funds in accordance with the MNT elimination budget allotments
      > (PBA). Take necessary action to ensure optimum use of programme funds.
      >
      > 5% 10. Support overall management through participation in management
      > meetings within the office to review major office operations, human
      > resources, programme and administrative budget management.
      > 4.WORKING CONDITIONS (Do the duties of this post involve frequent
      > travelling or unusual conditions or is it a normal office-based post?)
      > Office-based post with frequent travel.
      > 5. IMPACT AND CONSEQUENCE OF ERROR
      > (a) Describe the type of decisions regularly made and the impact of
      > those decisions.
      > Decisions made on situation analysis, programme strategy, planning,
      > implementation and evaluation, as well as use of funds and human resources
      > which affect achievement of country office goals and objectives.
      >
      > Decisions also made on which programmes to support or not support; quality
      > and acceptability of documentation for submission to government or HQ,
      > Executive Board and donors; deployment or redeployment of staff within the
      > office; and hiring of consultants.
      > (b) Describe the type of recommendations regularly made and why these
      > are important.
      > Recommendations made on major programme thrusts to ensure achievement of
      > stated objectives.
      > Recommendations also made on programme/project strategy; establishment of
      > new government policies, departments or staff; creation of new posts; and
      > selection of candidates for vacant posts.
      > (c) Describe the most damaging error(s) that could be made in the work
      > and the consequences they would have.
      > Misreading of country office situation and trends will lead to wrong
      > direction of the country programme resulting in global and country goals
      > not being met, excess mortality due to maternal and neonatal tetanus and
      > significant proportion of UNICEF financial resources misspent.
      > Errors would compromise relationship with government. Poor management
      > would lead to low staff morale leading to decline in performance of staff.
      > Ineffective relations with donors would lead to decline in financial
      > resources.
      > 6. INDEPENDENCE ( Describe the degree of direction or management
      > guidance the post receives from the immediate supervisor, e.g., post acts
      > under minimal supervision, exercises judgement, takes initiative, etc.)
      > Overall policy and procedural framework defined by supervisor. Post
      > operates independently and provides technical advice on MNT elimination
      > monitoring/evaluation strategies, planning, and courses of action.
      > 7. GUIDELINES
      > (a) Indicate which guidelines are required for performing the duties of
      > the post (rules, regulations, policies, procedures, practices, precedents,
      > manuals, instructions, etc.)
      > UNICEF programme manuals and policy guidelines
      > UNICEF Board Policy Paper, PRO's and EXD's
      > UNICEF Country Programme Plan
      > Government development plans and policies
      > UNICEF financial, administrative and supply rules and regulations
      > PIDB and GFSS Systems
      > Multilateral and bilateral agency guidelines/manuals
      > Master Plan of Operations
      > Office/Section Workplan
      > (b) Describe the extent to which interpretation of, and deviation from,
      > existing guidelines is permitted and the authority to propose or establish
      > new guidelines.
      > Provides authoritative advice/interpretation of guidelines and
      > organizational policy, and contributes to development of new guidelines as
      > programme evolves.
      > 8. WORK RELATIONS
      > Indicate the purpose and level of contacts both inside and outside UNICEF
      > for the work to be accomplished.
      > TITLE PURPOSE
      > a) Internal
      > Section Chief (F) Programme policy guidelines
      > and technical advice.
      > Exchange of ideas and intersectoral collaboration.
      > Programme Staff (F) Programme issues:
      > advisory/technical.
      > Information/PSC Officer (F) Strategies for
      > information and
      > social mobilization.
      > Supply Officer/ (F) Financial and supply
      >
      > Operations Officer management and monitoring.
      > Regional Advisers/HQ Officers (F) Overall policy coordination
      > and exchange of
      > information.
      > Regional Director/Other (O) Coordinate and information
      > Country Office Staff exchange.
      > b) External
      > Senior Government Officials and (F) Technical cooperation,
      > counterparts in relevant programme policy
      > development;
      > ministries. advocacy/promotion
      > of goals;
      > technical support and programme/project formulation.
      > Specialized UN other (F) Technical cooperation,
      > other international and coordination of
      > activities,
      > bilateral agencies, NGO's promotion of goal advocacy
      > and exchange of technology.
      > 9. QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES required to perform the duties
      > of the post:
      > a) EDUCATION (Indicate the level and precise field of study of
      > university and/or training and degree of specialization required.)
      > Advance Universtity Degree in Social Sciences, Demography, Development
      > Planning, Statistics or Public Health related field.
      > b) WORK EXPERIENCE (Indicate the length and type of practical
      > experience required at the national and, if so required, at the
      > international level.)
      > Ten (10) years of progressively responsible professsional work experience
      > at national and international levels in social development, management,
      > monitoring and evaluation.
      > c) LANGUAGES (Indicate the languages required and desirable.)
      > Fluency in English and another UN working language as required.
      > d) OTHER SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES (Indicate what other skills and
      > attributes required, such as computer knowledge, management or
      > communication skills, negotiating or training ability, etc.)
      > Current knowledge of development issues, policies as well as social
      > programming policies and procedures in international development
      > cooperation.
      > Proven ability to conceptualize, innovate, plan and execute ideas as well
      > as to transfer knowledge and skills.
      > Leadership and organizational ability.
      > Good analytical, negotiating, communication and advocacy skills.
      > Good knowlege of computer management an applications.
      > Ability to work in an international and multicultural environment.
      > ****************************************************
      > 5) abDenver, Colorado
      > Job Title: STD/HIV Section Chief (General Professional VII -
      > Pos. No. 2592)
      > Job Location: Denver (844)
      > Salary: $4,759.00-$6,624.00/month
      > Release Date: November 27, 2000 Apply By:
      > December 15, 2000
      > Employment Type: Full - Time
      > Class Code: H6G7XX
      > Submit Application To:
      > IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Please submit a State of Colorado Form B
      > application and resume to the Colorado Department of Public Health and
      > Environment, Human Resources Office, 4300 Cherry Creek Drive South, Denver
      > CO 80246-1530. Your application and resume may be used as part of the
      > examination process. Applications must be received by 5:00 p.m. on the
      > closing date. Postmarks will not be accepted. Properly completing a
      > Colorado State application will determine inclusion in the pool of
      > qualified candidates. Be sure both your application and resume
      > specifically addresses the requirements listed below. Your application
      > will be reviewed by an HR Specialist to determine if you meet the minimum
      > requirements for this position. If an HR Specialist questions the
      > information provided in your application, your application will be
      > automatically reviewed by a second HR Specialist. If it is determined
      > that you do not meet the minimum requirements, you will not be considered
      > for this position.
      >
      > Information About The Job:
      > DUTIES: This position serves as the Section Chief for the STD/HIV
      > Prevention, Care and Surveillance Section, providing leadership,
      > management and oversight to 56 staff members. This position has
      > responsibility for coordination and supervision of multiple programs (HIV
      > Surveillance, Technical Assistance and Training, Client-Based Prevention,
      > HIV Care and Treatment and Program Support), consisting of 5 subordinate
      > supervisors, and 52 other professional and administrative staff. In this
      > position, he/she ensures accountability of staff and programs, facilitates
      > decision making among program managers, makes decisions consistent with
      > the program's mission, vision and values, and advocates for STD/HIV
      > prevention and care within the public health arena and with other
      > supporting systems. This position advises and collaborates with internal
      > and external partners, including, but not limited to, national and local
      > health officials, researchers, community-based providers, and policy
      > makers. The Section Chief is responsible for oversight of budget and grant
      > management of approximately 11 million dollars in STD/HIV Programs.
      >
      > MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Graduation from an accredited college or university
      > with a bachelor's degree in community health, public health, nursing,
      > epidemiology, behavioral science, psychology or related field and five
      > (5) years of professional experience in public health including three (3)
      > years demonstrated experience in management of a multiple level
      > organization including supervision of professional staff and development,
      > management, and evaluation of public health programs. A preference will
      > be given to those with experience working in disease control, prevention,
      > control or treatment of sexually transmitted diseases and/or HIV
      > infection. SUBSTITUTIONS: Graduation from an accredited college or
      > university with a master's degree and four years of relevant experience or
      > doctorate degree and three years of relevant experience. Experience of
      > the type and nature listed in duties above may be substituted on a
      > year-for-year basis for the required education.
      > CDPHE is a smoke-free employer - NON SMOKER PREFERRED
      > YOU MUST BE A RESIDENT OF COLORADO TO APPLY
      > THE STATE OF COLORADO IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYERGENERAL INFORMATION
      > SPECIAL NOTE: Unless otherwise noted on the announcement, work
      > experience which provided the same kind, amount and level of knowledge
      > acquired in the required education shall be substituted for the education
      > on a year-for-year basis.
      >
      > WHO MAY APPLY: Colorado State Government is an Equal Employment
      > Opportunity Employer. There is no discrimination for or against any
      > applicant based on age, race, color, religion, gender, national origin,
      > political affiliation, sexual orientation or disability. Announced jobs
      > are open to persons who live in Colorado, unless residency is waived (see
      > #4 below), and are at least 16 years old unless other age limits are
      > required for specific jobs.
      > HOW TO APPLY: State application forms are available from offices of the
      > Colorado Department of Personnel, all Job Service Centers, other
      > application sites located throughout the state and on the Internet at . A
      > complete list of application sites is available at all Job Service Centers
      > and all state agencies.
      > 3. WHEN TO APPLY: You may apply for core class jobs at anytime.
      > For announced positions, you must submit an application along with any
      > required supplemental documents by the deadline date to be considered for
      > that vacancy.
      > 4. RESIDENCY: Colorado law requires that candidates for state
      > government jobs be residents of Colorado unless this requirement is waived
      > by the State Personnel Board. If the residency requirement has been
      > waived, it will be noted in this announcement.
      > 5. A computer record of your official application will be made.
      > The paper copy of the application and any attached documents will not be
      > returned to you and may be destroyed after verification.
      > 6. Your computer application will remain active for at least a
      > 6-month period from the date you apply, unless you accept a position with
      > the state. If you wish to remain active for longer, please update your
      > application.
      > 7. You may update information on your computer application at
      > any time before completing a new application, available at all application
      > sites.
      > 8. VETERAN'S PREFERENCE: Read carefully the application
      > instruction pamphlet for information on additional points which may be
      > added to final passing scores for eligible veterans and unremarried
      > spouses of such veterans on open competitive examinations. Veterans
      > preference applies to open competitive examinations only.
      > 9. DISABLED APPLICATIONS: If you have a mental or physical
      > impairment which limits one or more of your major life activities (e.g.
      > walking, hearing, speaking, breathing or learning) and requires special
      > accommodations for testing, it is your responsibility to notify the agency
      > scheduling the test at least 3 working days before the test date. If you
      > need special accommodations at the work site, you must notify the hiring
      > authority.
      > 10. If you have indicated an interest in a job, you will be
      > considered for vacancies only if you are qualified and have completed and
      > passed the appropriate tests.
      > 11. You may not retake the same written multiple choice tests
      > within any 12-month period. Your most recent scores will always be used
      > should you retake any test.
      > 12. If you fail to appear for a scheduled test, you may not be
      > considered for jobs requiring a score on that test.
      > 13. A polygraph or background investigation may be required for
      > some positions. In such cases, affected applicants will be notified. If
      > you are unwilling to have such an investigation completed for jobs which
      > require this kind of check, you may not be selected into the applicant
      > pool for further testing.
      > 14. Colorado State law requires that the top three scoring
      > individuals from the testing process be referred to the hiring authority
      > for a job interview. An agency hiring authority may hire any of the top
      > ranked persons referred.
      > 15. TRIAL ON THE JOB: If you are appointed to a permanent
      > position you will serve a probationary or trial service period, not to
      > exceed one year. This is the final part of the selection process, and
      > performance on the job is reviewed carefully. Upon passing this
      > probationary or trial period, you will receive "certified" status.
      > 16. Colorado fiscal rules require all new employees to be on
      > direct deposit payroll.
      > 17. It is a condition of employment with the CDPHE that non-exempt
      > employees accept compensation for overtime work in the form of
      > compensatory time rather than cash payment.
      > *******************************************************
      > 6) Public Health Analyst GS-0685 -11/12 DHAP ATLANTA
      >
      > Apply for: MP1-01-203
      >
      > Applications must be received or postmarked by the closing date; however,
      > postmarked applications must be received in Human Resources Management
      > Office within 5 days of the closing date.)
      > (If filled at the GS-11 level, position has promotion potential to GS-12.)
      > Please indicate the grade(s) for which you wish to be considered. You will
      > only be considered for the grade(s) for which you indicate an interest.
      > GS-11, $42,179 - 54,833 per annum GS-12, $50,552 - 65,716 per annum
      > National Center for HIV, STD and TB Prevention, Division of HIV/AIDS
      > Prevention-Intervention Research and Support, Training and Technical
      > Support Systems Branch, Atlanta, Georgia
      > WHO MAY APPLY:U.S. Citizens; no previous Federal experience or tenure
      > required
      > Apply for: DE1-01-203
      > Current or former competitive service Federal employees with permanent
      > tenure. Current Commissioned Corps; candidates for employment programs
      > such as VRA eligibles, 30% disabled veterans, Persons with Disabilities,
      > and ICTAP eligibles. Preference eligibles or veterans who have been
      > separated from the armed forces under honorable conditions after 3 years
      > or more of continuous active service may apply.
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
      > SPECIAL NOTES:
      > THIS IS NOT A BARGAINING UNIT POSITION.
      > MOVING EXPENSES ARE AUTHORIZED.
      >
      > This position is a CDC\ATSDR Federal Equal Opportunity Recruitment Program
      > target occupation.
      >
      > DUTIES:
      > The incumbent performs work in the development of courses for HIV
      > prevention-related training programs. Conducts fact-finding and analyses
      > which contribute to body of knowledge in a specific field of competence;
      > have curriculum coordination responsibilities; and represent the Centers
      > for Disease Control and Prevention at professional and public gatherings,
      > lectures and panel discussions. Provides technical assistance,
      > consultations, and guidance to national, state, and local agencies,
      > health-related organizations or research entities regarding the
      > development, extension, and improvement of HIV prevention training,
      > programs, systems, strategies, and services. Instructs courses in a
      > Program of Instruction. Develops, delivers, and analyzes training,
      > programs and projects, training and informational materials.
      >
      > QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
      > Applicants must meet the basic qualification requirements outlined in OPM
      > Qualification Standards Handbook. In addition, applicants must have one
      > year of specialized experience at a level equivalent to the next lower
      > grade in the Federal service.
      > Specialized experience is that which is directly related to the position
      > and which has equipped the applicant with the particular knowledge,
      > skills, and abilities (KSAs) to successfully perform the duties of the
      > position, such as performing work in the development of courses for HIV
      > prevention-related training programs; conducting fact-finding and analyses
      > which contribute to body of knowledge in a specific field of competence
      > and developing, delivering, and analyzing training, programs, and
      > projects, training and informational materials.
      > SUBSTITUTION OF EDUCATION FOR EXPERIENCE:
      > GS-11 level: 3 full years of progressively higher level graduate education
      > or Ph.D. or equivalent doctoral degree.
      >
      > KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES (KSAs): KSAs are the specific
      > characteristics that applicants should possess in order to perform the
      > major duties of the position. Applications should address the specific
      > KSAs on a separate sheet of paper as an attachment to your application.
      > KSAs identified as (M) are considered critical to the position and are
      > considered to be mandatory for qualifications. KSAs identified as (D) are
      > considered to be desirable.
      > FAILURE TO ADDRESS KSAs MAY RESULT IN A LOWER RATING.
      >
      > 1. Ability to communicate in writing. (M)
      > 2. Knowledge of public health training instruction principles, practices,
      > techniques, and procedures. (M)
      > 3. Skill in public health training instruction program development and
      > implementation. (M)
      > 4. Ability to meet and deal with others in performing public
      > advisor/analyst work. (M)
      > 5. Ability to communicate orally. (D)
      >
      > For each of the above, give examples of how you gained the knowledge,
      > skill, or ability and the dates of such experience and education.
      > Applicants who apply for DE announcements must address (M) Mandatory and
      > (D) Desirable KSAs.
      >
      >
      > BASIS OF RATING: Applicants will be rated on the basis of education,
      > experience and KSA responses appropriate to this position. Applications
      > for MP1-01-203 will be evaluated and ranked as indicated in the CDC\ATSDR
      > Merit Promotion Plan and must meet appropriate time-in-grade requirements
      > for promotion. Unpaid or voluntary experience related to the position will
      > be considered in determining qualifications.
      >
      > FORMS REQUIRED TO APPLY: Applicants may submit one of the following forms:
      > SF-171, OF-612, Curriculum Vitae, a Resume, CDC 0.996 or any other
      > application form. All current or former Federal employees must submit a
      > current SF50 that shows tenure group 1 or 2 or any other proof of status
      > verifying career or career-conditional tenure. All applicants who wish to
      > be considered under both MP1-01-203 and DE1-01-203 must submit two (2)
      > applications. When only one (1) application is received for this
      > announcement, and two announcement numbers are shown, it will be
      > considered under DE1-01-203 only. Here's what your resume must contain (in
      > addition to specific information requested in the position announcement.)
      >
      > APPLICATION INFORMATION: - ** Correct announcement number(s), title and
      > grade(s) of the job you are applying for.PERSONAL INFORMATION: - Full
      > name, mailing address (with zip code) and day and evening phone number
      > (with area code) - Social Security Number ** - Country of citizenship
      > (Most Federal jobs require United States citizenship.) Reinstatement
      > eligibility (if applicable, attach SF 50 proof of your career or
      > career-conditional status.) - Highest Federal civilian grade held (also
      > give job series and dates held). If you are applying under the Program for
      > Persons with Disabilities, send a letter from a State vocational
      > rehabilitation agency or the Veterans Administration stating that you are
      > eligible for a Schedule A appointment.
      > EDUCATION: ** High School Name, City, and State (zip code if known), Date
      > of diploma or GED - Colleges, or universities; Name, City, and State (zip
      > code if known), Majors, type and year of any degrees received (if no
      > degrees, show total credits earned and indicate whether semester or
      > quarter hours); Send a copy of your college transcript only if the job
      > vacancy announcement requests it.
      > MILITARY SERVICE: All military service must be documented with a DD214, a
      > Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty, or other proof of
      > eligibility. An SF-15 (Application for 10-point Veterans Preference) and
      > written verification must accompany application in order to receive
      > 10-point preference.
      > WORK EXPERIENCE: - Give the following information for your paid and
      > nonpaid work experience related to the job you are applying for. (Do not
      > send job descriptions.)
      > Job titles ** Duties and accomplishments -
      >
      > Employer's name and address, Supervisor's name and phone number, starting
      > and ending dates (month and year) - ** Hours per week (** Month and
      > Years), salary; - Indicate if we may contact your current supervisor.OTHER
      > QUALIFICATIONs: - Job-related training courses (title and year);
      > Job-related skills, for example, ** typing speed, other languages,
      > computer software/hardware, tools, machinery; - Job-related certificates
      > and licenses (current only); - Job-related honors, awards, and special
      > accomplishments, for example, publications, memberships in professional or
      > honor societies, leadership activities, public speaking, and performance
      > awards (give dates but do not send documents unless requested)
      >
      > ** FAILURE TO COMPLETE THE STARRED ITEMS MAY RESULT IN YOUR BEING
      > DETERMINED INELIGIBLE OR NOT QUALIFIED.
      >
      >
      >
      > MAIL FORMS TO:
      > Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, HRMO
      > Announcement No. MP1-01-203 and/or DE1-01-203
      > 4770 Buford Highway, N.E., Mailstop K-76
      > Atlanta, Ga 30341-3724
      > Fax: (770) 488-1979 TDD: (770) 488-1821
      > For additional information contact (770) 488-1750
      >
      >
      > Applicants are requested to complete an Applicant Background Survey (OMB
      > 0990-0208) and send it with the application. Visit the website
      > <http://www.cdc.gov/hrmo/OMB_form.htm> A written Receipt of Application
      > will be sent to the address on the application. For forms, Interagency
      > Career Transition Assistance Program (ICTAP) criteria and additional
      > information, contact CDC\ATSDR Jobline on 1-888-232-4473 or visit the
      > website <http://www.cdc.gov/hrmo/ictap~2.htm>
      >
      > A SEPARATE APPLICATION MUST BE SUBMITTED FOR EACH ANNOUNCED POSITION AND
      > NO EXTENSIONS WILL BE GRANTED.
      > Please allow five (5) workdays for an acknowledgement of your application.
      >
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