Minimally qualified candidates will have:
Experience in a leadership or supervisory role performing duties such as leading a multidisciplinary team, reviewing work of others, hiring staff, disciplining staff, training, etc.
Experience with project or program management (e.g. budgeting; strategic planning; monitoring results; leading change and quality improvement projects or initiatives; recommending alternative processes, performance management, implementation, evaluation, etc.).
Experience performing surveillance and epidemiologic investigations of communicable diseases.
Experience providing consultation or technical assistance to local health departments, prevention specialists, or healthcare providers on communicable diseases.
Ability to adapt quickly and make decisions under pressure.
Effective communication skills.
In addition, well-qualified candidates will have:
Experience summarizing results of surveillance/epidemiologic findings into reports or publications.
Experience writing and managing federal grants or contracts.
Experience with Wisconsin Electronic Disease Surveillance System or a public health surveillance system.
Experience performing surveillance and epidemiologic investigations on HIV.