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Job Title: Public Health Analyst II
Job Number: 1909-89424-PHA-02
Organization: IHRC, Inc.
Posted: 9/20/2019
Type: Full-Time
Number of Openings: 1
Location: Atlanta,  GA    USA
Compensation: Commensurate with qualifications and experience
Position Description:

JOB TITLE: Public Health Analyst II

POSITION NUMBER: 1909-89424- PHA-02


ANTICIPATED START DATE: Two weeks after candidate identification

TRAVEL:  As required to fulfill the responsibilities of the position
IHRC, Inc. provides scientific, information management, management consulting, bioinformatics, and administrative program support to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other Federal and private sector clients.
  The successful candidate will be a full-time employee of IHRC, Inc., and will be assigned to the Associate Director for Adult and Influenza Immunization Office (ASAIIO), Immunization Services Division (ISD), at the CDC, 1600 Clifton Road, Atlanta, GA to provide technical assistance and support for ASAIIO initiatives.  


The Public Health Analyst II will provide technical assistance and support for ASAIIO initiatives.


  • Assist ISD with activities related to working with immunization programs and other partners to prepare for and respond to an influenza pandemic, including tracking existing activities, providing analysis of activities and use of funds related to influenza pandemic preparedness, and tracking and cataloguing communication material related to pandemic influenza. All work would entail expertise in project management tools and software, including excel, powerpoint, Access, notes, and SAS or similar statistical tools.
  • Provide organizational, logistical and communications support for the annual National Adult and Influenza Immunization Summit and related the Influenza working group, the National Adult Immunization Coordinators Partnership, influenza immunization sessions at the National Immunization Conference, and HHS Adult and Influenza vaccine Task Force.
  • Support CDC staff (including, but not limited to CDC’s Immunization Services Division) in working with partners, including the 64 CDC supported immunization program awardees throughout the United States, to prepare for and respond to influenza pandemics, other major outbreaks, and vaccine preventable disease events.
  • Support work of CDC staff to improve the infrastructure for administering vaccines to adults to improve preparedness for pandemic influenza vaccination programs.
  • Schedule, manage, document, and organize meetings with partner organizations, including with CDC staff working on immunizations and with outside immunization programs to increase knowledge of immunization activities in US states, including but not limited to the 64 CDC supported immunization program awardees and during the ISD project officers’ site visits among these awardees and with partner organizations, such as the Association of State and Territorial Health Officers, National Association of City and County Health Officers, and the Association of Immunization Managers, among others.
  • Analyze data related to immunization program and awardee activities, including data collected by ISD project officers on preparedness activities and adult immunizations during their ‘site visits’ among immunization program awardee, data submitted in the Program Annual Progress Assessment report on preparedness and adult immunizations, and data submitted by immunization program awardees during their annual application for CDC managed immunization funds, among other sources.
  • Develop, implement, analyze, and report on results of questionnaires and other tools used to assess immunization program and other partners influenza pandemic and adult vaccination related activities, as needed and in collaborations with CDC staff.
  • Develop and provide presentations on immunization program activities.
  • Work with CDC staff and stakeholders to identify, catalogue, test, and report on tools for vaccination tracking.
  • Catalogue existing and prior material from the 2009 H1N1 pandemic used for communications with immunization program awardees and other partners, in collaboration with CDC staff.
  • In collaboration with CDC staff, support efforts to development and text messaging and reminder strategies for completion of two-dose vaccine series.
  • Provide regular communication with key CDC staff from the identified programs and feedback on materials or other issues that are raised by immunization program partners or provider groups who would potential serve the public during an influenza pandemic.
  • Attend in-person meeting of the NAIIS and potentially support one or more NAIIS working groups year-round and provide support for the overall annual in- person meeting.
  • Develop evaluation tools to measure the impact of training and other interventional activities and identify changes needed to increase their effectiveness.
  • Present findings and recommendations at national forums and in peer- reviewed journals.
  • Compile, consolidate, and develop reports on best practices at state and local health departments that promote and improve adult and influenza immunizations and pandemic influenza vaccine preparedness and preparedness.
  • Provide support to outbreaks of influenza and other vaccine preventable disease outbreaks if needed during emergency responses.
  • Work with NACCHO and other partners to develop and pilot an Implementation Guide for Planning for Rapid Identification and Pandemic Influenza Vaccination of Critical Infrastructure Personnel at Local Jurisdiction Level and support planning and implementation of two regional workshops on this effort.
  • Provide statistical support and manuscript writing expertise in analysis implementation of the Adult Immunization Practice Standards.
  • Revise the Vaccine Task Force Operations plan, staffing plan, and spend plan; Serve as Operational Coordinator in this role and in during exercises and responses.
  • Develop excel based pandemic vaccination allocation tool for use by state and local public health programs in assessment and planning and provide input on development of R-based similar tool developed by CDC and partners.
  • Work in collaboration with Division and State and Local Readiness and other partners to analyze data regarding vaccination of critical infrastructure personnel and publish results in peer-reviewed manuscript.
  • Work with CDC stakeholders across Divisions and within ISD to provide support for developing activities guidelines and measures for immunization program awardee preparedness work.
  • Provide general technical and programmatic assistance for public health emergency responses, at the discretion of the supervisor.
  • Travel to National Adult and Influenza Immunization Summit, travel to National Immunization Conference, and travel to NACCHO Preparedness Summit



Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor's Degree


  • 3 years of experience managing similar work in public health setting
  • Experience in conducting analyses of public health immunization programs and management of public health projects
  • Personal strengths or experience in project management, public speaking and data analyses
  • Expertise in project management tools and software, including Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Notes, and SAS or similar statistical tools
  • Organizational skills demonstrating high attention to detail and the ability to organize multiple priorities
  • Strong interpersonal skills required for team work and interaction with people across CDC and with external partners


  • MPH degree
  • Experience working with R, or Epi Info
  • Experience writing project reports, research protocols and manuscripts
  • Ability to synthesize new ideas for project research

Language Skills:

  • The candidate must possess excellent oral and written communication skills in English   


  • Must be United States citizen or permanent resident or have authorization for employment in the United States

SALARY:  Commensurate with qualifications and experience

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IHRC, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AND AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER.  It is the policy of IHRC, Inc. to provide equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, citizenship, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, genetic information, veteran or disability status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local law, and to take affirmative action in accordance with applicable laws and Executive Orders.


Organization Description:

IHRC, Inc. is an international consulting and professional services corporation, and a minority woman-owned small business located in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. We assist our clients in accomplishing their missions and objectives in a timely and cost- effective manner, and we strive exceed our clients’ expectations.

Closing Date: 12/4/2019
Desired Starting Date:
Contact Name: HUMAN RESOURCES,  Public Health Analyst II
Contact Location: 2 Ravinia Dr. Suite 1200

Atlanta   GA  30346
United States
Contact Location: 2 Ravinia Dr. Suite 1200
  Atlanta   GA  30346
  United States
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