Massachusetts Public Health Association

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Job Posting for Mass Department of Public Health: Environmental Analyst III – Regulatory and Translational Scientist

The Environmental Analyst III serves as a Senior Scientist in the Bureau of Environmental Health’s Environmental Toxicology Program. Under the supervision of the Regulatory and Translational Science Unit Chief and the direction of the Environmental Toxicology Program Director, this individual will be responsible for ensuring that quality systems (consistent with ISO/IEC 17025) are implemented in laboratories registering with, or providing services to the Commonwealth. The private testing services may include the laboratory analyses of cannabis or various environmental media.

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Job Posting for Mass Department of Public Health: Epidemiologist I

The Epidemiologist I is responsible for establishing and maintaining surveillance systems 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 response. Candidates with subject matter expertise in infectious disease surveillance and informatics are preferred. Strong analytical skills and experience with SAS and other analytic tools are also beneficial for this role. Candidates must maintain sensitivity to handling confidential health information and strong attention to detail.  

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Job Posting for Mass Department of Public Health: Fiscal Officer VI, Director of Administration & Finance – Bureau of Community Health Access and Prevention

The Grants Management Specialist will assume responsibility for the management of BEH federal grants and federal accounts, under the direct supervision of the Bureau’s Director of Administration and Finance. This individual must be experienced with applicable federal grant reporting and application procedures, e.g., documentation required for submission in required platforms, preparing budget narratives and supporting documents, progress, and final financial reports, and close out documents. The incumbent will also be responsible for monitoring federal account expenditures and advising the Director of Administration and Finance of expenditure trends during the course of the federal award period. 

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Job Posting for Mass Department of Public Health: Grants Management Specialist III

The Grants Management Specialist will assume responsibility for the management of BEH federal grants and federal accounts, under the direct supervision of the Bureau’s Director of Administration and Finance. This individual must be experienced with applicable federal grant reporting and application procedures, e.g., documentation required for submission in required platforms, preparing budget narratives and supporting documents, progress, and final financial reports, and close out documents. The incumbent will also be responsible for monitoring federal account expenditures and advising the Director of Administration and Finance of expenditure trends during the course of the federal award period. 

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Job Posting for Mass Department of Public Health: Epidemiologist I

The Epidemiologist I will conduct epidemiologic surveillance and investigations of foodborne illnesses, vector borne illnesses and other infectious diseases, in order to identify risk factors to limit and prevent such morbidity. This position will serve as an educational resource for professional and public groups regarding laws and regulations regarding communicable disease epidemiology, and will also develop policies and activities dealing with communicable disease control. The Epidemiologist I helps to formulate disease prevention policies with intra-departmental working groups. 

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Job Posting for Mass Department of Public Health: Medical Director, Bureau of Infectious Disease and Laboratory Sciences

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) is seeking a dynamic and innovative leader who will serve as the Medical Director (Chief of Service) of the Bureau of Infectious Disease and Laboratory Sciences (BIDLS).  He/she will provide clinical leadership to BIDLS, epidemiologic input to the State Epidemiologist, and consultation to other DPH departments, local health departments, and governmental agencies. The Medical Director provides clinical supervision and medical guidance in disease recognition, investigation and control, as well as interpretation and application of policies and procedures.

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Job Posting for Mass Department of Public Health: Nurse Education Coordinator

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health’s (DPH) Bureau of Health Professions Licensure is comprised of the ten Boards of Registration and Certification and the Drug Control Program and Prescription Monitoring Program. The Board of Registration in Nursing for the Bureau of Health Professions Licensure is seeking a dynamic, detail-oriented nurse to serve as the Nursing Education Coordinator. The selected candidate will direct and evaluate the implementation of Board of Registration in Nursing rules and regulations for all nursing education programs leading to initial licensure as a professional or practical nurse. Additionally, the incumbent will coordinate all aspects of the initial nurse licensure by exam process and provide expert consultation and advice to the board members on all matters concerning entry-level nursing education and examination for initial licensure. Candidates should possess exceptional organizational skills, strong computer skills for data analysis, as well as strong communication and interpersonal skills.

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Job Posting for Mass Department of Public Health: Health Care Facility Specialist II – North Region

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) Bureau of Health Care Safety and Quality, Division of Health Care Facilities Licensure and Certification (DHCFLC) is seeking qualified individuals dedicated to public health and quality of life to conduct health care facility surveys. Individuals shall monitor and evaluate the current level of health care services provided throughout the Commonwealth to determine compliance with regulations for licensure and certification. The selected candidate will write evaluative and other reports on findings; design and perform studies evaluating the effectiveness of health care facilities, services, and related programs; consult with Department staff, other states, agencies and organizations on the provision of health care; coordinate health care services and related programs among agencies; and develop and conduct training for health care professionals.

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Job Posting for Groundwork Somerville: Executive Director

The Executive Director will focus primarily on fundraising and identifying income sources to drive the growth of Groundwork Somerville. They will also assist the organization with finalizing an administrative partnership with Groundwork Lawrence to allow a structured sharing of procurement, financial management and human resources/talent management functions. This dynamic and entrepreneurial Executive Director will lead Groundwork Somerville into its next phase of work transforming the principles of sustainability into physical demonstrations of change in the built environment. Key areas of emphasis will include working hands-on with a growing Board of Directors and dedicated staff to increase visibility and drive our operational activities.

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Job Posting for Mass Department of Public Health: Senior Investigator Drug Control Program

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health’s (DPH) Bureau of Health Professions Licensure is comprised of the ten Boards of Registration and Certification and the Drug Control Program and Prescription Monitoring Program. The Food & Drug Inspector II will Inspect, survey and investigate controlled substance registrants including but not limited to health care facilities (hospitals, clinics, long-term care, prisons, etc.), manufacturers, researches and community programs to determine compliance with statutory provisions and regulations of the Department. Provide technical assistance, guidance and consultation to registrants and undertake regulatory actions in order to improve compliance Conduct routine inspections, re-inspections and investigations to determine conformance and compliance with laws, rules, regulations, policies, procedures, standards and guidelines governing controlled substance; enforce state laws and regulations governing controlled substances at health care facilities, manufacturers, distributor, community programs and other Massachusetts Controlled Substance Registration (MCSR) registrants which may necessitate and include conducting an investigation into the misappropriation of controlled substances.

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