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Job Title: Infectious Disease Epidemiologist III
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Organization: Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc.
Posted: 1/10/2019
Type: Full-Time
Classification: Epidemiology
Industry: Non Profit / NGO
Number of Openings: 2
Location: Phoenix,  AZ    USA
Compensation: $52K - $54K
Position Description: The Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc. Tribal Epidemiology Center is considering top applicants for a dynamic position focused on infectious disease epidemiology. The candidate will provide American Indian Tribes in Arizona, Nevada, and Utah with senior level epidemiologic expertise regarding vector borne disease data collection, analysis, interpretation, quality improvement, dissemination, and disease prevention and control. The Epidemiologist will serve as the lead supporting the activities related to the Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP) Emergency Support Function (ESF) 8, with a focus on infectious disease (ID), providing training and technical assistance to support Tribal PHEP and ID projects. This position will require travel for site visits to Tribal communities, national, and regional conferences. This position will interface with key stakeholder groups, including: Tribal coalitions, the Indian Health Service, state and local health departments, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The Epidemiologist will work closely with the TEC Director and Tribes to expand funding and programming for Public Health Emergency Preparedness-ESF 8 and infectious disease epidemiology related projects. Duties and Responsibilities: This list is not all inclusive of the duties and responsibilities and/or skills, knowledge, and abilities of this position. • Plan, administer and direct program activities in accordance with ITCA procedures and guidelines, and in accordance with the terms and conditions of grant funding agreements, which includes but not limited to coordination and implementation of grant deliverables; production of written and verbal reports; coordination, instruction, and facilitation of meetings, workshops and technical training sessions; development, review and on-going improvement of the CDC Building Public Health Infrastructure program, and monitors program objectives, commitments, measures, outputs, outcomes, in correlation with associated budgets and contracts. • Design epidemiologic studies at the request of Tribal partners. • Designs and oversees the design of survey tools, data dictionary, codebooks and databases and the collection, storage, transfer and clean data using Excel and SAS from a variety of public and confidential sources. • Oversees and carries out basic and advanced SAS data analysis (counts, percentages, cross-tabulations, univariate statistics, chi-squared tests, t-tests, regression, and survival analysis). • Constructs and oversees the construct of confidential reports, public surveillance reports, and peer-reviewed publications. • Constructs public health presentations for internal and external trainings, meetings, and professional conferences. • Requires travel throughout the Phoenix and Tucson service area of Arizona, Nevada, and Utah as assigned. Overnight stays are often required.

Qualifications: Education Requirements and Experience: MPH/MA/MS in epidemiology, biostatistics, or statistics and at least 3 years post- Master’s degree SAS data management and analysis experience. We are interested in every qualified candidate who is eligible to work in the United States. However, we are not able to sponsor visas. Valid Arizona driver’s license and submit to a background check.

Must submit a project sample of SAS or R code you have written with your application.

Email resume & SAS code to:

Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc. is An Equal Opportunity Employer and A Drug-Free Workplace

Organization Description: Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc.(ITCA), under the laws of the State of Arizona to promote Indian self-reliance through public policy development. ITCA provides an independent capacity to obtain, analyze and disseminate information vital to Indian community self-development.

Closing Date: 4/10/2019
Desired Starting Date:
Contact Name: Ruby Santa Cruz,  Infectious Disease Epidemiologist III
Contact Location: 2214 N. Central Avenue

Phoenix,    AZ  85004
United States
Contact Location: 2214 N. Central Avenue
  Phoenix,    AZ  85004
  United States
Contact Phone: 602-258-4822 1587
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How to Apply: Email resume & SAS code to:

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