FW: Recruitment Announcement - Refugee Health, Division of Reprod uctive Health
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> Subject: Recruitment Announcement - Refugee Health, Division of
> Reproductive Health
> The Division of Reproductive Health, Centers for Disease Control and
> Prevention, is recruiting an epidemiologist to work on issues related to
> reproductive health for refugees
> RECRUITMENT ANNOUNCEMENT
> Epidemiologist, Reproductive Health for Refugees Project, Program Services
> and Development Branch, Division of Reproductive Health (DRH), Centers for
> Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia. Closes May 25, 1999.
> * assists the Reproductive Health for Refugees (RHR) Coordinator in
> designing, managing and evaluating RHR and providing technical support to
> the RHR Steering Committee.
> * provides scientific advice and technical assistance to various
> public, private, and/or nonprofit health or health related agencies and
> organizations on developing programs.
> * creates and implements a strategic plan for the RHR initiative,
> defining the divisions priorities; international priorities; and available
> resources and staff.
> * develops and implements research protocols related to the division;
> designs, tests, implements and evaluates reproductive health surveillance
> systems appropriate to refugee setting.
> * represents DRH at domestic and international meetings related to
> * develops and coordinates the sharing of health-related educational
> or informational materials so that scientific advice and assistance is
> * provides scientific consultative services to resolve difficult
> program or project problems that include significant barriers to program
> or project delivery.
> * identifies and analyzes public health issues and their impact on
> public policies or scientific studies or surveys.
> * consults on, monitors, and measures the outcome of assigned programs
> through studies which evaluate the effectiveness of project activities in
> meeting the needs of program participants.
> Foreign language, such as French or Spanish desirable. Position requires
> 30% international travel under sometimes physically demanding conditions.
> More than one position may be filled through this announcement. Moving
> expenses are authorized.
> To obtain a copy of the CDC Vacancy Announcement, call the CDC Jobline at
> 1-888-CDC-HIRE. The CDC Vacancy Announcement is as follows:
> Epidemiologist, S-0601-12/13 #DE1-99-344 (no previous Federal experience)
> or MP1-99-344. The closing date for this position is May 25, 1999.
> The major organizational components of DRH include the Office of the
> Director and five branches: the Behavioral Epidemiology and Demographic
> Research Branch, the Pregnancy and Infant Health Branch, the Program
> Services and Development Branch, the Statistics and Computer Resources
> Branch, and the Women's Health and Fertility Branch. DRH staff consists
> of approximately 160 employees from a wide range of professions such as
> medical officers, epidemiologists, statisticians, public health educators,
> behavioral scientists, research psychologists, program managers, and
> public health advisors.
> Please refer to the specific vacancy announcement for qualification and
> application requirements, salary range, and other information. For more
> information about the position, contact Ms. Mary Kay Larson, Chief,
> Services Management and Research Team, Program Services and Development
> Branch, Division of Reproductive Health, at 770-488-5221.