Massachusetts Public Health Association

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Job Posting for CommunicateHealth: Digital Project Manager

CommunicateHealth is looking for an experienced project manager with a proven ability to manage the development of complex websites and digital products with multidisciplinary teams of researchers, writers, designers, and developers. You should  enjoy working independently and collaboratively, have experience giving and receiving feedback, and have outstanding organizational skills and attention to detail. You must be committed to making health information easier to understand and use.

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Job Posting for Mass Department of Public Health: Epidemiologist I – Bureau of Infectious Disease & Laboratory Sciences, JP Campus

The individual is responsible for establishing and maintaining surveillance infrastructure within the Office of Integrated Surveillance and Informatics Services (ISIS), Bureau of Disease and Laboratory Sciences (BIDLS).The Bureau is seeking qualified candidates interested in public health and infectious disease surveillance. Candidates with subject matter expertise in sexually transmitted infection (STI) and HIV surveillance and informatics are preferred. Strong analytical skills and experience with SAS and other analytic tools are of benefit. Candidates must maintain sensitivity to handling confidential health information and attention to detail.

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Job Posting for Mass Department of Public Health: Environmental Analyst I, Foodborne Illness Response Analyst – Bureau of Environmental Health

The Foodborne Illness Response Analyst works with the Working Group on Foodborne Illness Control (WGFIC) to investigate incidents or outbreaks of foodborne illness (FBI) or injury, and coordinates Rapid Response Team (RRT) activations and environmental investigations with epidemiology and laboratory investigators. This position is responsible for monitoring and tracking food-related incidents that are reported in federal databases and will perform recall audit checks. The Analyst will develop training tools and job aids for state, local and/or federal agency personnel to investigate and track suspect foodborne illness outbreaks, and to improve the reporting of foodborne illness outbreaks to DPH in a timely manner. The Analyst also assists with environmental assessments and collects environmental samples for laboratory analysis as directed, participates on the Food Establishment Advisory Committee (FEAC), and coordinates and monitors FBI responses activities on behalf of FPP. The Analyst will assess and/or identify possible corrective actions that would reduce or eliminate causative conditions of foodborne illnesses.

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Job Posting for Mass Department of Public Health: Environmental Analyst I, Manufactured Food Regulatory Program Standards (MFRPS) Coordinator

The Manufactured Food Regulatory Program Standards (MFRPS) Coordinator will prepare and review reports and documents, and monitors activities in DPH Bureau of Environmental Health’s Food Protection Program (FPP) which supports the FDA MFRPS cooperative agreement between the Department and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This position will be responsible for overseeing elements of the MFRPS cooperative agreement by completing program self-assessments and improvement plans; updating and implementing a strategic plan; coordinating mid-year and annual report narratives; preparing and maintaining documents for program audits; coordinating staff MFRPS trainings; and developing staff reports on integration of federal, state, local and industry partners with respect to program standards.

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Job Posting for CommunicateHealth: Drupal Developer

CommunicateHealth is looking for an experienced Drupal developer with a proven interest in developing accessible, easy-to-use web-based applications and tools. You should be proficient in Drupal 8 development, including site building, configuration management, theming, and command line use of Drush and Drupal Console. You should enjoy working independently and collaboratively, have experience giving and receiving feedback, and have outstanding organizational skills and attention to detail. You should care about making health information easier to understand and use.

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Job Posting for Mass Department of Public Health: Epidemiologist II – Bureau of Community Health & Prevention

The Epidemiologist II provides evaluation, surveillance, research, and data analysis for the Injury Prevention and Control Program (IPCP) in the Division of Violence and Injury Prevention (DVIP) as well as the Injury Surveillance Program (ISP) in the Office of Statistics and Evaluation (OSE), both of which are within the Bureau of Community Health and Prevention (BCHAP). The position is responsible for supporting all data needs of the IPCP team, as well as its community-based and interagency stakeholders using various data sources including but not limited to vital statistics, surveys, and medical claims. Data needs of the IPCP team include data collection, management, cleaning, analysis, and interpretation.

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Job Posting for Mass Department of Public Health: Epidemiologist II – Bureau of Community Health & Prevention

The Massachusetts State Office of Rural Health and Health Care Workforce Center (SORH/HCWC) and Office of Oral Health (OOH) within the Bureau of Community Health and Prevention (BCHAP) seek to hire an Epidemiologist II for data collection and analysis, database management, report preparation and provision of technical assistance to contracted agencies. The mission of the SORH/HCWC is to improve health care access in the Commonwealth by developing the health care workforce and building better systems of care prioritizing rural and other under-served populations and emerging needs, and the mission of the OOH is to improve and maintain oral health and ensure equitable health access for all residents of Massachusetts. The Epidemiologist II will be responsible for providing support primarily to the SORH/HCWC and supervising an Epidemiologist I that primarily supports the OOH.

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Job Posting for Mass Department of Public Health: Public Health Nursing Advisor II, Assistant Director of School Health Services – Bureau of Community Health & Prevention

The Assistant Director of School Health Services is responsible for coordinating and facilitating program design and implementation of quality school health programs, demonstrating high standards of school health clinical practices, health education and innovative approaches to the delivery of individual, school and community-wide health services for school-age children and adolescents in Massachusetts.

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Job Posting for Mass Department of Public Health: Epidemiologist I – Office of Sexual Health and Youth Development, Bureau of Community Health & Prevention

The Office of Sexual Health and Youth Development (OSHYD) within the Bureau of Community Health and Prevention (BCHAP) seeks to hire an Epidemiologist I responsible for data collection and analysis, database management, report preparation and provision of technical assistance to contracted agencies for data collection and reporting. The Epidemiologist may be called upon to support any of the OSHYD programs, which include:

Sexual and reproductive health
Adolescent sexuality education/teen pregnancy prevention
Support for expectant and parenting teens
Youth development
Tasks within these programs include surveillance and evaluation activities, assuring that data and evidence are used to identify and set programmatic goals, developing programmatic logic models, developing and implementing comprehensive evaluation plans, adding to the evidence base by sharing results through presentations and publications, linking program datasets with other datasets in the Bureau, and executing an approved evaluation plan to estimate program effectiveness and impact. This individual works in close partnership with the coordinators of the above programs and the Directors of the OSHYD, other Epidemiologists who works on surveillance and evaluation activities within the Bureau, and reports to the Deputy Director of Statistics and Evaluation.

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Job Posting for Mass Department of Public Health: Epidemiologist I

The Epidemiologist I serves as the Registry Coordinator for the Massachusetts statewide registry of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Responsibilities include those related to the day-to-day operation of the Registry, including contact with all patient reporting sources to ensure complete case ascertainment, oversight of data abstraction and data verification activities, data entry of all clinical files received, and the oversight of all electronic and paper Registry files. 

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