Completion of a Master’s Degree program at an accredited college or university in Epidemiology or related field that includes a minimum of two graduate level courses in Epidemiology or two comparable graduate level classes in advanced research methodology AND two graduate level courses in statistics or biostatistics; -- OR --
Completion of a Master’s Degree program at an accredited college or university; AND two (2) years of work experience within the field of Epidemiology performing study design, evaluation or analysis. Skills/Experience
Required: oStrong analytical abilities using statistical analysis software such as SAS, or STATA.
oAbility to analyze data, write project proposals, and technical reports.
oKnowledge of viral hepatitis and/or HIV medical terminology.
oKnowledge of the principles and procedures of epidemiological research including study design or epidemiological surveys, theory and application of epidemiological methodologies, principles and methods of biostatistics, and preparation of scientific research reports.
oExcellent oral and written communication skills.
oAbility to analyze, think critically, and apply reasonable judgment and problem solving skills.
oTeam player who is also able to prioritize and handle multiple tasks and work independently.
oExcellent organizational skills. Preferred: oExperience with database development (MS Access or similar software).
oTraining or experience with mapping software (ArcGIS preferred).
oExperience working and conducting research with health and prevention service agencies.
oSensitivity to and experience working with ethnically, culturally and sexually diverse individuals, communities, agencies and organizations, especially in regards to populations impacted by HIV and viral hepatitis including ethnic minorities, people who use drugs, and LGBTQ people