FW: For your information: Job announcements
- we're recruiting again this is my adopted branch.....
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Howze, Elizabeth H. [SMTP:eah6@...]
> Sent: Thursday, April 01, 1999 6:02 PM
> To: CDC-HEALTHED@...
> Subject: For your information: Job announcements
> > Please do not reply to the list serve or hit reply for inquires. If you
> > desire additional information about this position please forward this
> > message and send your request to either Janet St. Lawrence, Ph.D.,
> > BIRB at (404) 639-8298 or Fred Martich, Deputy Chief, at (404) 639-8296.
> > Thank you.
> > POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:
> > Behavioral Scientist, or
> > Research Psychologist, or
> > Research Sociologist
> > Grade 12/13 (Salary range $48,253-$74,594)
> > Vacancy Announcement # DE 1-99-116
> > Opening Date: March 3, 1999
> > Closing Date: April 6, 1999
> > Behavioral Interventions and Research Branch, Division of STD
> > CDC
> > The purpose of this position is to promote leadership and direction in
> > initiation, development, support, management and evaluation of applied
> > behavioral research projects targeting individuals, groups, and
> > communities as they relate to sexually transmitted diseases (STD),
> > especially syphilis elimination: consult with and provide support to
> > epidemiologists, public health program mangers, social, behavioral, and
> > other scientists in the development of community, individual, and
> > group-focused interventions for the prevention of STD; and to function
> > the liaison with other CIOs and organizations that conduct operational
> > research, maintain databases, or conduct community assessments that are
> > used, or could be used, to enhance the social, behavioral, and
> > research of STD.
> > Applicants should send their resume and description of knowledge,
> > and abilities (KSAs) to:
> > Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, HRMO
> > Announcement No. DE1-99-116
> > 4770 Buford Highway, NE
> > Mailstop K-16
> > Atlanta, GA 30341-3724
> > Fax (770) 488-1979
> > KSAs:
> > 1. Ability to design, implement, and conduct complex STD behavioral
> > interventions and evaluation research studies. (Mandatory)
> > 2. Ability to manage collaborative research studies with local
> > researchers at multi-site location. (Desirable)
> > 3. Knowledge of the social behavioral sciences, including
> > psychological, or anthropological theory and research methods.
> > 4. Ability to analyze statistical data using computer statistical
> > packages (Desirable)
> > 5. Skill in written communications (Desirable)
> > For more information, contact Janet St. Lawrence, Ph.D., Chief, BIRB at
> > (404) 639-8298 or Fred Martich, Deputy Chief, at (404) 639-8296.