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  • Bell, Elizabeth
    fyi. ... From: Contractor, Dhruti Subject: Please post Could you please post the following two GAP announcements on your listserv. Please use the subject
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      From: Contractor, Dhruti
      Subject: Please post

      Could you please post the following two GAP announcements on your listserv.

      Please use the subject heading: Global Aids Program (GAP) seeks Epidemiologist and Medical Officer in Chennai, India

      Thank you for your help!

       

      Dhruti Contractor

       

      Dhruti Contractor

      Global Health Prevention Specialist

      Global AIDS Program-Country Support Branch

      Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

      1600 Clifton Road, NE

      MS-E04

      Atlanta, GA 30333

      (404)639-8649-tel

      (404)639-8105-fax

      dcontractor@...

       

       

      Medical Officer GS-0602-14

      Opens: 8/29/03     Ends: 9/18/03

       

      The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is currently seeking a Medical Officer for the Global AIDS Program (GAP) in Chennai, India.  The incumbent will serve as the Project Medical Officer and functions as the principal medical, technical and scientific liaison for South India Global AIDS Program (GAP) activities. The main duties are to collaborate with country Director to initiate, conduct, support and coordinate complex collaborative HIV/AIDS prevention program activities. Provides medical, technical and epidemiologic advice and consultation as a regional and internationally recognized expert in at least one of the following three areas (1) HIV/AIDS Treatment and Care; (2) Surveillance, Monitoring and Evaluation; or (3) HIV/AIDS prevention programs targeting special populations including injecting drug users (IDUs). Responsibilities include providing technical advice and guidance in the development, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of HIV/AIDS and related epidemiologic, surveillance, laboratory, treatment and care, and primary prevention program activities in India.

       

      This is a two-year assignment.  Moving expenses are authorized.  

       

      For information regarding qualifications required and application process, see

      http://www2.cdc.gov/hrmo/viewdetail.asp?AnnouncementNumber=1-03-1341

      or:

      http://www.cdc.gov/hrmo/hrmo.htm

       

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      Epidemiologist GS-0601-13/14

      Opens: 8/13/03     Ends: 9/18/03

       

      The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is currently seeking an Epidemiologist for the Global AIDS Program (GAP) in Chennai, India.  The incumbent will serve as the Director for Operations and functions as the principal technical and scientific person for GAP activities in India. Responsibilities include providing technical advice and guidance in the development, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of HIV/AIDS and related epidemiologic, surveillance, laboratory, treatment and care, and prevention program activities. Within the guidelines established for the project, designs, conducts, and analyzes epidemiologic and interventional program interventions on HIV/AIDS. Develops protocols and conducts programs to address high risk groups, risk factors for infections, cofactors and illnesses associated with HIV infection and AIDS, modes of transmission, and opportunities for prevention. Assists in the design, implementation, and analysis of appropriate surveillance systems, including serologic surveys for prevalence and incidence of HIV infection, and the occurrence of AIDS. Develops, implements, and evaluates recommendations and activities for the prevention of HIV infection and AIDS in the host country. Develops project activities and objectives. Coordinates and conducts project reviews with collaborating agencies and other participating international organizations. Provides consultation to and collaborates with the Ministry of Health, other US agencies, the World Health Organization, UNAIDS, and other groups or individuals on HIV infection and AIDS. Prepares written and oral scientific reports on HIV/AIDS for national and international presentations as well as for publication in scientific journals for peer review.

       

      This is a two-year assignment.  Moving expenses are authorized.  

       

      For information regarding qualifications required and application process, see

      http://www2.cdc.gov/hrmo/viewdetail.asp?AnnouncementNumber=1-03-1265

      or:

      http://www.cdc.gov/hrmo/hrmo.htm

       

      This message is being forwarded through CDC's Public Health Education and Promotion Network (PHEP-NET) listserv.
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