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The Child Health and Mortality Prevention Surveillance network, or CHAMPS, is a multi-country network that conducts prospective community and healthcare center mortality surveillance in regions with disproportionately high burden of mortality in children aged <5 years. CHAMPS currently has ongoing surveillance activities at nine sites in South Africa, Mali, Mozambique, Kenya, Ethiopia, Bangladesh, Sierra Leone, Pakistan, and Nigeria. Malnutrition, both protein-energy malnutrition and micronutrient deficiencies, contribute to child mortality. The Assessing the Role of Malnutrition in CHAMPS (ARM-CHAMPS) sub-study aims to assess the role of malnutrition on child mortality and adverse pregnancy and birth outcomes.   JOB DESCRIPTION: - Develops biochemical and cell-based assays, with the use of such assays to perform high throughput screening of small molecule libraries. - Develops and executes lower throughput biochemical or cell-based assays for structural optimization of hit compounds. - Communicates with biomedical investigators and medicinal chemists. - May supervise staff. - Performs related responsibilities as required. ADDITIONAL JOB DETAILS: - The Nutrition Research Scientist is responsible for managing and leading a wide array of nutrition data collection, data management, quality improvement, and analytical tasks for CHAMPS. Primary duties include: - Serve as Study Director for ARM-CHAMPS study, including overall project management, including data collection, management, analysis, and reporting. - In partnership with CHAMPS leadership and scientific oversight team, develop and implement priority nutrition-related research questions for CHAMPS. - Monitor and evaluate nutrition-related data collected in CHAMPS MITS and pregnancy surveillance and provide timely feedback to sites for improvement in data quality. - Develop and present routine reporting on nutrition inputs and outcomes to donors, partners, and leadership. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - Bachelor's degree and 7 years of related experience or equivalent combination of experience, education and training. - Strong technical background. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: - PhD in nutrition, epidemiology, or related fields with a strong background in data management and analysis. - Experience with managing complex data sets.  - Extensive experience working in global health in low resource communities in Africa and South Asia - Experience working with surveillance or research networks in globally or domestically. - Strong analytic and problem-solving skills - Experience publishing in peer-reviewed journals - Excellent oral and written communication skills - Experience working in teams and collaborating with team members. - Demonstrated experience using statistical software (e.g., R, SAS) - Experience with international travel in low resource communities - Respect for diversity, equity, and inclusion NOTE: This role will be granted the opportunity to work from home regularly but must be able to commute to Emory University location as needed and at times, on short notice.  Emory reserves the right to change this status with notice to employee.
Division
School Of Public Health
Job Number
125799
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
SPH: Global Health Institute
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor
Job Category
Laboratory
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
JOB DESCRIPTION: - Coordinates major financial reporting and budgeting activities. - Ensures compliance with regulations and reporting requirements. - Coordinates the correction of account balances, resolves funding issues and maintains proper accounting controls and procedures. - Makes recommendations to management related to long-range financial and cash flow analyses. - Prepares and analyzes statistical and financial reports, financial statements and supporting schedules. - May assist in preparing, developing and monitoring department/organizational budgets. - May maintain grant agreements, policies and guidelines; coordinate grant reporting requirements; review grant funding source compliance; and negotiate grant funding with awarding agencies. - May perform indirect cost analysis. - May hire, train, and supervise a small staff. - Performs related responsibilities as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - Bachelor's degree in accounting, business administration, finance or a related field and four years of financial analyst or accounting experience, OR equivalent combination of experience, education, and training. NOTE: Position tasks are generally required to be performed in-person at an Emory University location.  Remote work from home day options may be granted at department discretion. Emory reserves the right to change remote work status with notice to employee.
Division
School Of Medicine
Job Number
125797
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
SOM: BME: Admin
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor
Job Category
Revenue Cycle & Managed Care
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
THIS POSITION IS ON THE OXFORD COLLEGE OF EMORY UNIVERSITY CAMPUS, 36 MILES EAST OF ATLANTA.   JOB DESCRIPTION: - Responsible for safely supporting and staffing the Oxford College pool for all events, including hiring, training, supervising, and scheduling of lifeguards; budget management; equipment inventory; administrative functions and observing and resolving risk management and safety issues. - Ensures that through staff recruitment and training, policy development and enforcement, supervision of ongoing maintenance, and that the pool is operated in a safe and compliant manner. - Interviews, hires, and manages lifeguards needed to cover all open pool times at Oxford College including, but not limited to credit bearing classes, events, programs, and summer programs. - Provides and assesses lifeguard performance through in-service training as well as unannounced safety drills. - Provides general customer service and assists with signage, schedule, and website updating for all aquatic programs. - Assists with the planning and implementation of special events (swim team practices and meets, campus, summer program, etc.). - Plans, organizes, schedules, and coordinates summer swim lesson programs. - Performs related responsibilities as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - A bachelor's degree with equivalent training and certifications. - Current Red Cross Water Safety Instructor or YMCA Water Safety Instructor certified. - Current CPR/AED Certification. - Current Lifeguard Instructor Certification. - Pool Operator/Aquatic Facility Operator Certification preferred. - Experience with pool management in an academic setting desirable. NOTE: Position tasks are required to be performed in-person at an Emory University location; working remote is not an option. Emory reserves the right to change this status with notice to employee.
Division
Oxford College
Job Number
125792
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Oxford
Department
CHL-Personnel
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Oxford College
Job Category
Admissions & Student Life
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
JOB DESCRIPTION: - Reporting to the Director of Process and Standards, the General Manager of Facilities Management Operations and Logistics is responsible for supporting Campus Services facility operations and logistics. - This includes all trades across the facility management organization including elevator maintenance, emergency generator, auto transfers switch service, chiller operations, boiler operations, building management systems, grounds and roadway, building residential services, building trade operations, etc. - Responsible for being the facility management primary point of contact for vendor contract engagement. - Works to confirm that vendor contracts are effectively completed prior to work commencement. - Helps to ensure balanced spend patterns amongst the various facility management discretionary categories. - Supports the validation of work completed and proper documentation for payment to be released. - Ensures that diversity, equity, and inclusion goals are being realized to the best extent possible. - Reviews department budgets and financials. - Works with the Department Directors on highlighting operational trends of financial engagement. - Supports the logistics of the engagement of both temporary and permanent employee resources. - Creates various reports. - Analyzes operational trends and identifies opportunities for improved efficiency in operational performance. - Supports the creation of standard operating procedures. - Performs related responsibilities as required. PREFFERED QUALIFICATIONS: - Experience with book & record keeping - Strong finance background with general knowledge of knowledge of contracts & RFPs MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - A bachelor's degree in accounting, business administration, or related field, and three years of experience in facilities management and/or operational logistics management or related field, OR an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. - Thorough knowledge of various computer software applications, input and extraction of data, use of spreadsheet and report writing programs, which includes the ability to produce key performance indicators (KPIs)and status reports. - Must be able to analyze trends, evaluate and interpret results, and prepare reasonable solutions to modify current processes or make recommended changes across all business lines within Facility Management. - Capable of articulating thoughts and ideas persuasively and preparing clear and professional oral presentations, written reports, and briefings. NOTE: Position tasks are required to be performed in-person at an Emory University location; working remote is not an option. Emory reserves the right to change this status with notice to employee.
Division
Campus Services
Job Number
125790
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
FM FACILITIES OPERATIONS ADMIN
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor
Job Category
Facility Support & Building Maintenance
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
JOB DESCRIPTION: - Installs, maintains, and repairs HVAC systems, components, and equipment. - Rewires high voltage on HVAC equipment. - Routinely inspects systems and equipment. - Analyzes HVAC systems operations; pinpoints problems and repairs reciprocating chillers, heating systems, split units, steam systems, boilers, and related control systems/components. - Changes filters, lubricates bearings, replaces belts, checks seals, and maintains pneumatic and electrical controls. - Reads and interprets blueprints and schematic drawings to perform work assignments. - Operates hand tools, gantry, soldering, brazing, and test equipment used in HVAC. - Takes required precautions when working with hazardous chemical, materials, and power equipment. - Drives and maintains utility vehicles. Performs related responsibilities as required MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - A high school diploma or equivalent and four years of HVAC maintenance experience, OR completion of a formal HVAC training program and knowledge of HVAC systems. - Valid Georgia driver's license and insurable driving record. - All positions in this classification must have the ability to lift 50 pounds and to bend, stoop and twist. NOTE: Position tasks are required to be performed in-person at an Emory University location; working remote is not an option. Emory reserves the right to change this status with notice to employee.
Division
Campus Services
Job Number
125776
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
FM Hvac & Refrigeration
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor
Job Category
Facility Support & Building Maintenance
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
JOB DESCRIPTION: - Serves as a lead staff and provides guidance to other Controls System Operating Technicians. - May act on behalf of the Controls Shop Supervisor in his/her absence. - Assists in the commissioning of controls systems with vendors. - Analyzes heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems for air and hydraulic balances. - Monitors, operates and troubleshoots the energy management system that controls the HVAC systems. - Retrofits, troubleshoots, calibrates, repairs and maintains HVAC systems. - Provides preventive maintenance of direct digital, pneumatic, electric and electronic controls for HVAC systems. - Reads and interprets blueprints and schematic drawings, including control prints. - Adheres to OSHA standards and other applicable federal and state regulations when working with hazardous chemicals and power equipment. - Uses personal protective equipment as required. - Performs related responsibilities as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - A high school diploma or equivalent. - Seven years of experience with controls systems which includes two years of experience with at least one BAS controls software and general knowledge of HVAC systems OR five years of controls experience and completion of a formal controls training program which includes two years of experience with at least one BAS controls software and general knowledge of HVAC systems. - Basic knowledge of HVAC, electrical and electronics systems. - A working knowledge of various computer software applications. - Preference will be given to applicants with knowledge of Siemens, Johnson or ALC controls systems, completion of a HVACR program at a technical or trade school and/or State of Georgia Conditioned Air Contractors License. - A valid Georgia driver's license and an insurable driving record. - Some positions within this classification may require the ability to lift 50 pounds and to bend, stoop and twist. NOTE: Position tasks are required to be performed in-person at an Emory University location; working remote is not an option. Emory reserves the right to change this status with notice to employee.
Division
Campus Services
Job Number
125773
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
FM Hvac & Refrigeration
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor
Job Category
Facility Support & Building Maintenance
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
JOB DESCRIPTION: - Assists in the evaluation and treatment of patients. - Documents the delivery of care in the individual's medical records. - Conducts patient interviews and documents patient histories, psychosocial histories, health status and medical problems or potential problems. - Under the direction of a physician, performs physical examinations and specialized diagnostic and/or therapeutic procedures including cast application and removal, wound suturing and dressing changes. - Assists physician in diagnosing medical problems, developing care plans, and prescribing treatment. - Orders, schedules and/or performs laboratory tests and diagnostic procedures such as urinalyses, pregnancy and blood tests, and x-rays. - Communicates necessity, preparation, nature and anticipated effects of scheduled procedures to patient. - In collaboration with physician, arranges for consultations with or referrals to other medical professional or community services. - Educates patient on health habits, self-examinations, behavior management, need for follow-up assessments/treatments, at home medical care, medication and other issues related to medical or health problems. - Works with manager to formulate plan for professional development. - Attends educational in-services as appropriate. - Participates in professional activities and organizations to maintain knowledge of current trends, practices, and developments. - Maintains and updates current, accurate patient records including medical assessment, interventions, and evaluations. - Collects and interprets diagnostic data to implement appropriate care patient care plans. - Prepares statistical reports and analyses of research projects and investigational protocols; reports on progress, adverse trends and appropriate conclusions and recommendations. - Trains and teaches other health care professionals including students and residents in techniques and procedures unique to specific setting. - Actively participates on organizational health services committees. - Performs related responsibilities as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - Completion of an accredited Acute Care Nurse Practitioner program or Physician Assistant program. - Currently licensed as an advanced practice nurse in the state of Georgia by the Georgia Board of Nursing and certified as a Nurse Practitioner by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) or equivalent body, or Certified as a Physician's Assistant by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA). - Licensed as appropriate in the state of Georgia. - May require at least one year of direct experience in one or more high acuity clinical specialties. - BLS, ACLS, and Healthcare Provider certifications required.   NOTE: Position tasksare required tobe performed in-person at an Emory University location; workingremote is not an option.Emory reserves the right to change this status with notice to employee. 
Division
School Of Medicine
Job Number
125767
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
SOM: Neurosurgery: Admin
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Grady Hospital
Job Category
Advanced Practice Providers
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
We are seeking a dedicated and detail-oriented undergraduate researcher to join our team. The successful candidate will be responsible for ensuring the well-being and proper nutrition of piglets in the Margulies Laboratory. The role involves close collaboration with Division of Animal Resources (DAR) personnel, lab members, adherence to feeding protocols, and diligent record-keeping. If you are passionate about animal care, possess the necessary qualifications, and are committed to ensuring the well-being of laboratory animals, we invite you to apply for this rewarding position. Responsibilities: 1. Communicate effectively with the lab and DAR personnel to coordinate the completion of the intake process for piglets. 2. Initiate the feeding process following DAR's completion of animal intake procedures. 3. Observe piglets for a minimum of 10 minutes post-feeding to monitor behaviors related to food and hierarchy establishment. 4. Record feeding details, including date, time, and amount fed/consumed, on DAR forms such as the DAR feeding chart and Initial DAR room activity log form after each feeding session. 5. Conduct daily weight measurements of piglets until weaning, recording data on the DAR log form. 6. Communicate feeding transition to lab and DAR, utilizing emails, calls, text messages, and verbal contact. 7. Collaborate with lab and DAR veterinary and husbandry staff to manage any unexpected or unusual circumstances that may arise. Qualifications 1. High school diploma or equivalent. Currently enrolled in a bachelors program at a four year institution. 2. Previous experience in animal care, working with animals, including pets, i.e., dogs and cats. 3. Knowledge of feeding protocols and animal behavior is an asset. 4. Strong communication and collaboration skills. 5. Detail-oriented with a focus on accurate record-keeping. 6. Ability to work independently and as part of a team. 7. Comfortable working with live animals and following established procedures. 8. Able to lift 25 pounds. 9. Track record of being reliable and dependable. Work Schedule • Temporary Part-Time 1. Monday to Friday, as needed. 2. Availability on weekends for 2-3 hours. 3. Responsible for adhering to feeding protocols, including providing care for animals three times a day for a week after their arrival, following specified schedules. 4. Monthly schedule planning in advance.   • Must have the ability to commute to Emory Campus multiple times a day.   NOTE: Position tasks are generally required to be performed in-person at an Emory University location.  Remote work from home day options may be granted at department discretion. Emory reserves the right to change remote work status with notice to employee.
Division
School Of Medicine
Job Number
125764
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
SOM: BME: Admin
Job Type
Temporary Part-Time
Location : Name
Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor
Job Category
Clerical & Administrative
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
A technical position is available in the laboratory of Drs. Douglas Graham and Deborah DeRyckere. This employee will work as a member of a highly integrated team to conduct and manage studies using mouse models of cancer to develop novel therapies targeting the TAM-family of receptor tyrosine kinases. Additional roles will include processing and banking of leukemia patient samples to support the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Leukemia/Lymphoma Biorepository.   JOB DESCRIPTION: - Under general supervision, performs a variety of defined research and laboratory tests and experiments according to prescribed protocols and assigned schedules. - Sets up experiments as prescribed by a principal investigator. - May be required to participate in laboratory maintenance activities such as sterilization and cleaning of equipment, ordering of supplies, inventory and media preparation. - Maintains records, files and logs of work performed in laboratory notebooks and computer databases. - Compiles data and records results of studies for publications, grants and seminar presentations. - Employees in this classification may be required to work with, take specific precautions against and/or be immunized against potentially hazardous agents. - Performs related responsibilities as required by principal investigator. ADDITIONAL JOB DETAILS: - Work independently to design and conduct experiments. - Collect and analyze data. - Communicate study results to lead investigators and other team members. - Perform in vivo testing of novel therapeutic agents in a variety of mouse tumor models. - Process blood and bone marrow samples collected from children with leukemia. - Maintain a database of clinical information and metrics associated with leukemia patient samples. - Coordinate treatment for animal studies, including scheduling, facility access, reagents, equipment, and communication with team members. - Maintain the lab mouse colony. - Meet Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee regulations. - Train students and other staff to perform laboratory assays and techniques. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - Bachelor's degree in a scientific field OR equivalent combination of experience, education, and training. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: - B.S., B.A. or M.S. degree in a scientific field. - Previous laboratory experience. - Previous experience with mouse models. NOTE: Position tasks are required to be performed in-person at an Emory University location; working remote is not an option. Emory reserves the right to change this status with notice to employee.
Division
School Of Medicine
Job Number
125758
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
SOM: Peds: Leukemia Lymphoma
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor
Job Category
Laboratory
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
JOB DESCRIPTION: - Under supervision at the health district, day-to-day activities of the fellows include, but are not limited to planning, developing, and conducting epidemiologic investigations, surveillance, outreach and interventions limited in scope and/or complexity to determine the causes of diseases and implementing methods of disease control. - Fellow duties also include collecting, analyzing, and interpreting statistical data and preparing epidemiologic reports. - The applied epidemiology experience is supplemented by competency based professional development trainings and comradery-building programming. - Primary Duties and Job Responsibilities: Assists in the implementation of timely disease intervention strategies to decrease the prevalence of communicable diseases. - Designs, implements, and maintains disease surveillance. - Collects, analyzes, and interprets statistical data and prepares reports. - Conducts engagement and outreach with community members and/or stakeholders affected by or interested in disease outbreaks or data. - Assists with the development of policies and procedures for new and existing disease control programs. - Provides training, technical assistance, and consultative services regarding epidemiology and the control of diseases. - Serves as a point of contact for various personnel regarding moderately complex epidemiologic issues. - Performs various duties in support of section operations. - Competency Achievement Plan To successfully complete and graduate from the Rollins Epidemiology Fellowship, fellows are minimally expected to complete an oral presentation, a surveillance evaluation/quality improvement project, and a significant data analysis project over the course of the two years. - Fellows are expected to work on projects and activities related to seven Core Competencies: Data Analytics and Assessment, Public Health Sciences, Communication, Health Equity, Community Partnership, Policy Development and Program Planning, Leadership and Systems Thinking. ADDITIONAL JOB DETAILS: Hired into the Rollins Epidemiology Fellows Program, fellows serve as early-career MPH-level epidemiologists for a two-year term within one of Georgia’s 18 local health districts or at the Georgia Department of Public Health. This position is not located at Emory, but rather at District 9-1 Coastal in Savannah, GA. This position will be fully in-person.   Under supervision at the health district, day-to-day activities of the fellows include, but are not limited to: planning, developing, and conducting epidemiologic investigations, surveillance, outreach and interventions limited in scope and/or complexity to determine the causes of diseases and implementing methods of disease control. Fellow duties also include collecting, analyzing, and interpreting statistical data and preparing epidemiologic reports. The applied epidemiology experience is supplemented by competency based professional development trainings and comradery-building programming.  Primary Duties and Job Responsibilities:   - Investigating all Georgia notifiable diseases and outbreaks with the exception of STDs/HIV/TB.   - Emergency preparedness activities as needed due to geographic location (Coastal Georgia). Collaboration with the health equity and chronic prevention programs.  - Interacts with the community, community partners, and clinic staff.  - Assists in the implementation of timely disease intervention strategies to decrease the prevalence of communicable diseases.  - Designs, implements, and maintains disease surveillance.  - Collects, analyzes, and interprets statistical data and prepares reports.  - Conducts engagement and outreach with community members and/or stakeholders affected by or interested in disease outbreaks or data  - Assists with the development of policies and procedures for new and existing disease control programs.  - Provides training, technical assistance, and consultative services regarding epidemiology and the control of diseases.  - Serves as a point of contact for various personnel regarding moderately complex epidemiologic issues.  - Performs other duties as required.  Competency Achievement Plan:  To successfully complete and graduate from the Rollins Epidemiology Fellowship, fellows are minimally expected to complete an oral presentation, a surveillance evaluation/quality improvement project, and a significant data analysis project over the course of the two years. Fellows are expected to work on projects and activities related to seven Core Competencies:    - Data Analytics and Assessment  - Public Health Sciences  - Communication  - Health Equity  - Community Partnership  - Policy Development and Program Planning   - Leadership and Systems Thinking   Example projects include:  - Assisting with updating a strategic plan for the Coastal Health District.  This would involve assessing the community’s health status, implementing, evaluating and improving policies, programs, and services, focus group facilitation/information collection, policy development and programmatic planning, as well as leadership and systems thinking  - Assisting with development of a District Program Annual Report.   - Collecting and/or analyzing data on notifiable diseases of interest (retrospective analysis of zoonotic disease in the Coastal Health District for example)    - Fellows will be placed in their health districts with a start date of August 5, 2024   - Applications close: April 17, 2024  - Application review: March / April 2024  - Matching and interview process: April / May 2024  - Final placement offers: May and June 2024  - More information about the fellowship is available at rollinsepifellows.org  - The job may require local travel within the assigned district.  MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - Master's degree in public health or Master of Science degree in public health, epidemiology, or related field from a CEPH accredited school/program of public health obtained within the last three years. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: - Master’s of Public Health graduates of CEPH-accredited schools or programs of public health in Georgia and the Southeast are encouraged to apply. - MPH with a concentration in Epidemiology - Closely supervised work experience demonstrating competence in conducting public health surveillance, analyzing surveillance data, reporting analytic results, and conducting outbreak investigations. - General microbiology knowledge
Division
School Of Public Health
Job Number
125746
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
SPH: Epidemiology
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor
Job Category
Research & Research Administration
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
JOB DESCRIPTION: - Under supervision at the health district, day-to-day activities of the fellows include, but are not limited to planning, developing, and conducting epidemiologic investigations, surveillance, outreach and interventions limited in scope and/or complexity to determine the causes of diseases and implementing methods of disease control. - Fellow duties also include collecting, analyzing, and interpreting statistical data and preparing epidemiologic reports. - The applied epidemiology experience is supplemented by competency based professional development trainings and comradery-building programming. - Primary Duties and Job Responsibilities: Assists in the implementation of timely disease intervention strategies to decrease the prevalence of communicable diseases. - Designs, implements, and maintains disease surveillance. - Collects, analyzes, and interprets statistical data and prepares reports. - Conducts engagement and outreach with community members and/or stakeholders affected by or interested in disease outbreaks or data. - Assists with the development of policies and procedures for new and existing disease control programs. - Provides training, technical assistance, and consultative services regarding epidemiology and the control of diseases. - Serves as a point of contact for various personnel regarding moderately complex epidemiologic issues. - Performs various duties in support of section operations. - Competency Achievement Plan To successfully complete and graduate from the Rollins Epidemiology Fellowship, fellows are minimally expected to complete an oral presentation, a surveillance evaluation/quality improvement project, and a significant data analysis project over the course of the two years. - Fellows are expected to work on projects and activities related to seven Core Competencies: Data Analytics and Assessment, Public Health Sciences, Communication, Health Equity, Community Partnership, Policy Development and Program Planning, Leadership and Systems Thinking. ADDITIONAL JOB DETAILS: Hired into the Rollins Epidemiology Fellows Program, fellows serve as early-career MPH-level epidemiologists for a two-year term within one of Georgia’s 18 local health districts or at the Georgia Department of Public Health. This position is not located at Emory, but rather at District 8-2 Southwest in Albany, GA. Fellows may be able to work remotely 1 day per week.    Under supervision at the health district, day-to-day activities of the fellows include, but are not limited to: planning, developing, and conducting epidemiologic investigations, surveillance, outreach and interventions limited in scope and/or complexity to determine the causes of diseases and implementing methods of disease control. Fellow duties also include collecting, analyzing, and interpreting statistical data and preparing epidemiologic reports. The applied epidemiology experience is supplemented by competency based professional development trainings and comradery-building programming.  Primary Duties and Job Responsibilities:   - Cross trains on notifiable disease reporting and follow-up.   - Outbreak investigations and long-term care facilities follow-up.   - Works on leadership projects and community coalitions.  - Assists in the implementation of timely disease intervention strategies to decrease the prevalence of communicable diseases.  - Designs, implements, and maintains disease surveillance.  - Collects, analyzes, and interprets statistical data and prepares reports.  - Conducts engagement and outreach with community members and/or stakeholders affected by or interested in disease outbreaks or data  - Assists with the development of policies and procedures for new and existing disease control programs.  - Provides training, technical assistance, and consultative services regarding epidemiology and the control of diseases.  - Serves as a point of contact for various personnel regarding moderately complex epidemiologic issues.  - Performs other duties as required.  Competency Achievement Plan:  To successfully complete and graduate from the Rollins Epidemiology Fellowship, fellows are minimally expected to complete an oral presentation, a surveillance evaluation/quality improvement project, and a significant data analysis project over the course of the two years. Fellows are expected to work on projects and activities related to seven Core Competencies:   - Data Analytics and Assessment  - Public Health Sciences  - Communication  - Health Equity  - Community Partnership  - Policy Development and Program Planning   - Leadership and Systems Thinking   Example projects include:   - Assisting with a district-wide community health needs assessment following the Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP) process. The Fellow would work in all aspects of the process including the Community Health Assessment and Community Health Improvement Plan.     - Working with and learning notifiable disease reporting, the STD/HIV program, and rabies program. The STD and HIV programs involve assessing workplace equity, and the Fellow would help lead the process.  - Collaborating with the tobacco coalition, diabetes coalition, HIV consortium, or the opioid and substance abuse prevention coalition.    - Fellows will be placed in their health districts with a start date of August 5, 2024   - Applications close: April 17, 2024  - Application review: March / April 2024  - Matching and interview process: April / May 2024  - Final placement offers: May and June 2024  - More information about the fellowship is available at rollinsepifellows.org  - The job may require local travel within the assigned district.  MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - Master's degree in public health or Master of Science degree in public health, epidemiology, or related field from a CEPH accredited school/program of public health obtained within the last three years. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: - Master’s of Public Health graduates of CEPH-accredited schools or programs of public health in Georgia and the Southeast are encouraged to apply. - MPH with a concentration in Epidemiology - Closely supervised work experience demonstrating competence in conducting public health surveillance, analyzing surveillance data, reporting analytic results, and conducting outbreak investigations.
Division
School Of Public Health
Job Number
125745
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
SPH: Epidemiology
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor
Job Category
Research & Research Administration
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
JOB DESCRIPTION: - Under supervision at the health district, day-to-day activities of the fellows include, but are not limited to planning, developing, and conducting epidemiologic investigations, surveillance, outreach and interventions limited in scope and/or complexity to determine the causes of diseases and implementing methods of disease control. - Fellow duties also include collecting, analyzing, and interpreting statistical data and preparing epidemiologic reports. - The applied epidemiology experience is supplemented by competency based professional development trainings and comradery-building programming. - Primary Duties and Job Responsibilities: Assists in the implementation of timely disease intervention strategies to decrease the prevalence of communicable diseases. - Designs, implements, and maintains disease surveillance. - Collects, analyzes, and interprets statistical data and prepares reports. - Conducts engagement and outreach with community members and/or stakeholders affected by or interested in disease outbreaks or data. - Assists with the development of policies and procedures for new and existing disease control programs. - Provides training, technical assistance, and consultative services regarding epidemiology and the control of diseases. - Serves as a point of contact for various personnel regarding moderately complex epidemiologic issues. - Performs various duties in support of section operations. - Competency Achievement Plan To successfully complete and graduate from the Rollins Epidemiology Fellowship, fellows are minimally expected to complete an oral presentation, a surveillance evaluation/quality improvement project, and a significant data analysis project over the course of the two years. - Fellows are expected to work on projects and activities related to seven Core Competencies: Data Analytics and Assessment, Public Health Sciences, Communication, Health Equity, Community Partnership, Policy Development and Program Planning, Leadership and Systems Thinking. ADDITIONAL JOB DETAILS: Hired into the Rollins Epidemiology Fellows Program, fellows serve as early-career MPH-level epidemiologists for a two-year term within one of Georgia’s 18 local health districts or at the Georgia Department of Public Health. This position is not located at Emory, but rather at District 8-1 South in Valdosta, GA. The Fellow should expect to work in-person.  Under supervision at the health district, day-to-day activities of the fellows include, but are not limited to: planning, developing, and conducting epidemiologic investigations, surveillance, outreach and interventions limited in scope and/or complexity to determine the causes of diseases and implementing methods of disease control. Fellow duties also include collecting, analyzing, and interpreting statistical data and preparing epidemiologic reports. The applied epidemiology experience is supplemented by competency based professional development trainings and comradery-building programming.  Primary Duties and Job Responsibilities:   - Engages in efforts focused on enteric diseases and infectious diseases such as HIV, STI's, and TB.   - Cross trains across multiple disciplines.  - Community outreach projects and presentations.  - Assists in the implementation of timely disease intervention strategies to decrease the prevalence of communicable diseases.  - Designs, implements, and maintains disease surveillance.  - Collects, analyzes, and interprets statistical data and prepares reports.  - Conducts engagement and outreach with community members and/or stakeholders affected by or interested in disease outbreaks or data  - Assists with the development of policies and procedures for new and existing disease control programs.  - Provides training, technical assistance, and consultative services regarding epidemiology and the control of diseases.  - Serves as a point of contact for various personnel regarding moderately complex epidemiologic issues.  - Performs other duties as required.  Competency Achievement Plan:  To successfully complete and graduate from the Rollins Epidemiology Fellowship, fellows are minimally expected to complete an oral presentation, a surveillance evaluation/quality improvement project, and a significant data analysis project over the course of the two years. Fellows are expected to work on projects and activities related to seven Core Competencies:   - Data Analytics and Assessment  - Public Health Sciences  - Communication  - Health Equity  - Community Partnership  - Policy Development and Program Planning   - Leadership and Systems Thinking   Example projects include:  - Assisting in health equity efforts in District 8-1 pertaining to the infectious disease program, especially in rural areas. This involves identifying and assisting vulnerable populations and providing data to support efforts for addressing such populations. The fellow should be open to learning more about infectious diseases (HIV, TB, enteric, etc.) and how it affects the community.  - Engaging and communicating with partners and diverse groups through presentations about district-specific topics that are of interest to the community. The fellow will aid in strengthening best practices, partnerships, and data analysis within the District.    - Fellows will be placed in their health districts with a start date of August 5, 2024   - Applications close: April 17, 2024  - Application review: March / April 2024  - Matching and interview process: April / May 2024  - Final placement offers: May and June 2024  - More information about the fellowship is available at rollinsepifellows.org  - The job may require local travel within the assigned district.  MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - Master's degree in public health or Master of Science degree in public health, epidemiology, or related field from a CEPH accredited school/program of public health obtained within the last three years. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: - Master’s of Public Health graduates of CEPH-accredited schools or programs of public health in Georgia and the Southeast are encouraged to apply. - MPH with a concentration in Epidemiology - Closely supervised work experience demonstrating competence in conducting public health surveillance, analyzing surveillance data, reporting analytic results, and conducting outbreak investigations. - Demonstrated comfort to speak to large groups
Division
School Of Public Health
Job Number
125741
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
SPH: Epidemiology
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor
Job Category
Research & Research Administration
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
JOB DESCRIPTION: - Under supervision at the health district, day-to-day activities of the fellows include, but are not limited to planning, developing, and conducting epidemiologic investigations, surveillance, outreach and interventions limited in scope and/or complexity to determine the causes of diseases and implementing methods of disease control. - Fellow duties also include collecting, analyzing, and interpreting statistical data and preparing epidemiologic reports. - The applied epidemiology experience is supplemented by competency based professional development trainings and comradery-building programming. - Primary Duties and Job Responsibilities: Assists in the implementation of timely disease intervention strategies to decrease the prevalence of communicable diseases. - Designs, implements, and maintains disease surveillance. - Collects, analyzes, and interprets statistical data and prepares reports. - Conducts engagement and outreach with community members and/or stakeholders affected by or interested in disease outbreaks or data. - Assists with the development of policies and procedures for new and existing disease control programs. - Provides training, technical assistance, and consultative services regarding epidemiology and the control of diseases. - Serves as a point of contact for various personnel regarding moderately complex epidemiologic issues. - Performs various duties in support of section operations. - Competency Achievement Plan To successfully complete and graduate from the Rollins Epidemiology Fellowship, fellows are minimally expected to complete an oral presentation, a surveillance evaluation/quality improvement project, and a significant data analysis project over the course of the two years. - Fellows are expected to work on projects and activities related to seven Core Competencies: Data Analytics and Assessment, Public Health Sciences, Communication, Health Equity, Community Partnership, Policy Development and Program Planning, Leadership and Systems Thinking.   ADDITIONAL JOB DETAILS: Hired into the Rollins Epidemiology Fellows Program, fellows serve as early-career MPH-level epidemiologists for a two-year term within one of Georgia’s 18 local health districts or at the Georgia Department of Public Health. This position is not located at Emory, but rather at District 7 West Central in Columbus, GA. The fellow should expect to work in-person, although a hybrid work schedule may become available to the fellow based on performance.   Under supervision at the health district, day-to-day activities of the fellows include, but are not limited to: planning, developing, and conducting epidemiologic investigations, surveillance, outreach and interventions limited in scope and/or complexity to determine the causes of diseases and implementing methods of disease control. Fellow duties also include collecting, analyzing, and interpreting statistical data and preparing epidemiologic reports. The applied epidemiology experience is supplemented by competency based professional development trainings and comradery-building programming.  Primary Duties and Job Responsibilities:   - Cross-trains in enteric diseases and other notifiable diseases (e.g. meningitis, hepatitis, etc.).  - Participates in Public Health on Wheels events to provide education on various notifiable diseases to the public.  - Assists in the implementation of timely disease intervention strategies to decrease the prevalence of communicable diseases.  - Designs, implements, and maintains disease surveillance.  - Collects, analyzes, and interprets statistical data and prepares reports.  - Conducts engagement and outreach with community members and/or stakeholders affected by or interested in disease outbreaks or data  - Assists with the development of policies and procedures for new and existing disease control programs.  - Provides training, technical assistance, and consultative services regarding epidemiology and the control of diseases.  - Serves as a point of contact for various personnel regarding moderately complex epidemiologic issues.  - Performs other duties as required.  Competency Achievement Plan  To successfully complete and graduate from the Rollins Epidemiology Fellowship, fellows are minimally expected to complete an oral presentation, a surveillance evaluation/quality improvement project, and a significant data analysis project over the course of the two years. Fellows are expected to work on projects and activities related to seven Core Competencies:    - Data Analytics and Assessment  - Public Health Sciences  - Communication  - Health Equity  - Community Partnership  - Policy Development and Program Planning   - Leadership and Systems Thinking   Example projects include:   - Working closely with the Opioid Analyst on investigating clusters, monthly reporting to community partners and stakeholders, and utilizing an OD Map to retrieve and analyze data on potential overdose clusters throughout the 16 counties.    - Evaluating the PrEP Program to identify areas of improvement. Pre-exposure prophylaxis (or PrEP) is medicine taken to prevent getting HIV. The Fellow will have the opportunity to analyze quantitative data and interact with community members and public health partners to assess the PrEP program and identify gaps, areas of improvement, and possible solutions.      - Fellows will be placed in their health districts with a start date of August 5, 2024   - Applications close: April 17, 2024  - Application review: March / April 2024  - Matching and interview process: April / May 2024  - Final placement offers: May and June 2024  - More information about the fellowship is available at rollinsepifellows.org  - The job may require local travel within the assigned district.  MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - Master's degree in public health or Master of Science degree in public health, epidemiology, or related field from a CEPH accredited school/program of public health obtained within the last three years. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: - Master’s of Public Health graduates of CEPH-accredited schools or programs of public health in Georgia and the Southeast are encouraged to apply. - MPH with a concentration in Epidemiology - Closely supervised work experience demonstrating competence in conducting public health surveillance, analyzing surveillance data, reporting analytic results, and conducting outbreak investigations. - Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills. - Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (especially Excel). - Knowledge or experience in SAS or similar analytical software. - Qualitative background.
Division
School Of Public Health
Job Number
125740
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
SPH: Epidemiology
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor
Job Category
Research & Research Administration
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
JOB DESCRIPTION: - Under general supervision, performs a variety of defined research and laboratory tests and experiments according to prescribed protocols and assigned schedules. - Sets up experiments as prescribed by a principal investigator. - May be required to participate in laboratory maintenance activities such as sterilization and cleaning of equipment, ordering of supplies, inventory and media preparation. - Maintains records, files and logs of work performed in laboratory notebooks and computer databases. - Compiles data and records results of studies for publications, grants and seminar presentations. - Employees in this classification may be required to work with, take specific precautions against and/or be immunized against potentially hazardous agents. - Performs related responsibilities as required by principal investigator. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - Bachelor's degree in a scientific field OR equivalent combination of experience, education, and training. NOTE: Position tasks are generally required to be performed in-person at an Emory University location. Remote work from home day options may be granted at department discretion. Emory reserves the right to change remote work status with notice to employee.
Division
School Of Medicine
Job Number
125739
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
SOM: Ophthal: Admin
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Emory Clinic Bldg B
Job Category
Laboratory
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
  The Carter Center is a 501(c)(3), not-for-profit, nongovernmental organization founded in 1982 in Atlanta, GA, by former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, in partnership with Emory University. The Center has helped to improve millions of lives in more than 80 countries by waging peace, fighting disease, and building hope. The Carter Center is guided by a fundamental commitment to human rights and the alleviation of human suffering. It seeks to prevent and resolve conflicts, enhance freedom and democracy, and improve health.     The Carter Center collaborates with other organizations, public and private, in carrying out its mission around the world. Current information about the Center’s many programs and activities are available at The Carter Center   SUMMARY:   Reporting to the Director of Individual Giving, the Senior Associate Director, Major Gifts is charged with the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of potential donors to The Carter Center. The Senior Associate Director serves as a member of the Center's Individual Giving Unit, comprised of annual, major, planned, and leadership gift officers, and contributes to the development of plans and strategies to achieve gift income goals in support of the Center's health programs, peace programs, and overall operations. Due to the travel locations, Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT) may be required.   FORMAL JOB DESCRIPTION: - Coordinates, directs, and implements strategies for identifying, cultivating, and successfully soliciting individuals for gifts between $25K - 100K and $100K to $1M to support a department, school, or unit. - Solicits gifts in support of the school/unit. - Manages a portfolio of prospects through an active schedule of solicitation, cultivation, and stewardship calls to donors and new prospects. - Builds relationships with current and prospective donors, alumni, and volunteers to support programs and priorities. - May partner with faculty to align priorities of the school/unit with donor goals/interests. - May work with central advancement offices to monitor status of the qualification, cultivation, and stewardship of prospects to build a pipeline toward major gifts. - May write or assist others in writing communication materials directed at donors. - Maintains information on selected donors and prospects including contact reports in CRM system. - Communicates in ways that are donor-centric, while furthering the mission of Emory. - Travels to meet with donors as needed. - May supervise staff. - May manage a program or initiative budget. - Performs related responsibilities as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - A bachelor's degree and four years of experience in fundraising or related experience OR an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: - Strong interpersonal and relationship-building skills are essential. - Ability to communicate effectively and persuasively in written and oral forms. - Ability to articulate the mission and goals of The Carter Center in a compelling manner. - Ability and willingness to travel. - Familiarity with planned giving vehicles. - Experience with Raiser's Edge database management system a plus. Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States for any employer. NOTE: This role will be granted the opportunity to work from home regularly but must be able to commute to The Carter Center on a flexible weekly schedule based upon business needs.  Schedule is based on agreed upon guidelines.  All non-exempt employees must reside within the state of Georgia. The Carter Center reserves the right to change remote work status with notice to employee.  
Division
The Carter Center
Job Number
125737
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
The Carter Center
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Carter Center
Job Category
Advancement & Fundraising
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
This position is in Dr. Datta's lab in the basic research division at the Emory Eye Center. The lab studies oxidative stress and mitochondrial defects in the retina in relation to age-related macular degeneration (AMD). The position will involve molecular biological investigation of mitochondrial dysfunction and cell death in human stem cell culture and mouse model systems. Prior experience in basic molecular biology techniques like PCR, western blots, and microscopy is desirable.   JOB DESCRIPTION: - Under general supervision, performs a variety of defined research and laboratory tests and experiments according to prescribed protocols and assigned schedules. - Sets up experiments as prescribed by a principal investigator. - May be required to participate in laboratory maintenance activities such as sterilization and cleaning of equipment, ordering of supplies, inventory and media preparation. - Maintains records, files and logs of work performed in laboratory notebooks and computer databases. - Compiles data and records results of studies for publications, grants and seminar presentations. - Employees in this classification may be required to work with, take specific precautions against and/or be immunized against potentially hazardous agents. - Performs related responsibilities as required by principal investigator. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - Bachelor's degree in a scientific field OR equivalent combination of experience, education, and training. NOTE: Position tasks are generally required to be performed in-person at an Emory University location. Remote work from home day options may be granted at department discretion. Emory reserves the right to change remote work status with notice to employee.
Division
School Of Medicine
Job Number
125736
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
SOM: Ophthal: Admin
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Emory Clinic Bldg B
Job Category
Laboratory
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
JOB DESCRIPTION: - Under supervision at the health district, day-to-day activities of the fellows include, but are not limited to planning, developing, and conducting epidemiologic investigations, surveillance, outreach and interventions limited in scope and/or complexity to determine the causes of diseases and implementing methods of disease control. - Fellow duties also include collecting, analyzing, and interpreting statistical data and preparing epidemiologic reports. - The applied epidemiology experience is supplemented by competency based professional development trainings and comradery-building programming. - Primary Duties and Job Responsibilities: Assists in the implementation of timely disease intervention strategies to decrease the prevalence of communicable diseases. - Designs, implements, and maintains disease surveillance. - Collects, analyzes, and interprets statistical data and prepares reports. - Conducts engagement and outreach with community members and/or stakeholders affected by or interested in disease outbreaks or data. - Assists with the development of policies and procedures for new and existing disease control programs. - Provides training, technical assistance, and consultative services regarding epidemiology and the control of diseases. - Serves as a point of contact for various personnel regarding moderately complex epidemiologic issues. - Performs various duties in support of section operations. - Competency Achievement Plan To successfully complete and graduate from the Rollins Epidemiology Fellowship, fellows are minimally expected to complete an oral presentation, a surveillance evaluation/quality improvement project, and a significant data analysis project over the course of the two years. - Fellows are expected to work on projects and activities related to seven Core Competencies: Data Analytics and Assessment, Public Health Sciences, Communication, Health Equity, Community Partnership, Policy Development and Program Planning, Leadership and Systems Thinking.   ADDITIONAL JOB DETAILS: Hired into the Rollins Epidemiology Fellows Program, fellows serve as early-career MPH-level epidemiologists for a two-year term within one of Georgia’s 18 local health districts or at the Georgia Department of Public Health. This position is not located at Emory, but rather at District 5-2 North Central in Macon, GA. Fellows may be able to work remotely 2-3 days per week.  Under supervision at the health district, day-to-day activities of the fellows include, but are not limited to: planning, developing, and conducting epidemiologic investigations, surveillance, outreach and interventions limited in scope and/or complexity to determine the causes of diseases and implementing methods of disease control. Fellow duties also include collecting, analyzing, and interpreting statistical data and preparing epidemiologic reports. The applied epidemiology experience is supplemented by competency based professional development trainings and comradery-building programming.  Primary Duties and Job Responsibilities:   - Participates in surveillance team activities including working with all categories of disease areas such as enteric, food-borne, COVID-19, vaccine preventable, and other emerging diseases such as mpox.   - Cross trains in STD, HIV, overdose, TB, emergency preparedness, environmental health, and other areas of interest.  - Assists in the implementation of timely disease intervention strategies to decrease the prevalence of communicable diseases.  - Designs, implements, and maintains disease surveillance.  - Collects, analyzes, and interprets statistical data and prepares reports.  - Conducts engagement and outreach with community members and/or stakeholders affected by or interested in disease outbreaks or data  - Assists with the development of policies and procedures for new and existing disease control programs.  - Provides training, technical assistance, and consultative services regarding epidemiology and the control of diseases.  - Serves as a point of contact for various personnel regarding moderately complex epidemiologic issues.  - Performs other duties as required.  Competency Achievement Plan:  To successfully complete and graduate from the Rollins Epidemiology Fellowship, fellows are minimally expected to complete an oral presentation, a surveillance evaluation/quality improvement project, and a significant data analysis project over the course of the two years. Fellows are expected to work on projects and activities related to seven Core Competencies:    - Data Analytics and Assessment  - Public Health Sciences  - Communication  - Health Equity  - Community Partnership  - Policy Development and Program Planning   - Leadership and Systems Thinking   Example projects include:   - Participating on the primary response team for follow-up investigations on reports of COVID-19 (specifically in congregate care facilities), Mpox, and other emerging health threats and communicable disease outbreaks, to determine if they are accurate, and, if they meet the criteria to be deemed an outbreak based on current state outbreak definitions.   - Determining what measures need to be taken by stakeholders and recommending methods and resources available to them in order to ensure success.  - Working with interprofessional team(s) to analyze, publish, and disseminate public health information. Potential projects could be statistical reports (i.e. COVID data reports, Women’s Health, Child Health District Summaries, etc), annual data summaries (i.e. through program management program and quality improvement evaluations), and educational materials (i.e. vaccine equity, awareness campaigns for public health threats, etc). An effort will be made to assign the incoming fellow projects based on their interests.   - Participating in public health emergency preparedness planning, training, and response with a focus on updating plans based on lessons learned from COVID-19, Mpox, and other public health emergency responses such as sheltering events.   - Working with healthcare coalitions, such as Region F Healthcare Coalition, Middle GA Overdose Coalition, Middle GA Homeless Coalition partners and other community partners to assist with emergency preparedness, infection control, education, and community epidemiology projects.      - Fellows will be placed in their health districts with a start date of August 5, 2024   - Applications close: April 17, 2024  - Application review: March / April 2024  - Matching and interview process: April / May 2024  - Final placement offers: May and June 2024  - More information about the fellowship is available at rollinsepifellows.org  - The job may require local travel within the assigned district. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - Master's degree in public health or Master of Science degree in public health, epidemiology, or related field from a CEPH accredited school/program of public health obtained within the last three years. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: - Master’s of Public Health graduates of CEPH-accredited schools or programs of public health in Georgia and the Southeast are encouraged to apply. - MPH with a concentration in Epidemiology - Closely supervised work experience demonstrating competence in conducting public health surveillance, analyzing surveillance data, reporting analytic results, and conducting outbreak investigations. - Ability to efficiently manage multiple projects and appropriately prioritize new projects as they develop. - Strong Microsoft Office Skills.
Division
School Of Public Health
Job Number
125734
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
SPH: Epidemiology
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor
Job Category
Research & Research Administration
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
JOB DESCRIPTION: - Under supervision at the health district, day-to-day activities of the fellows include, but are not limited to planning, developing, and conducting epidemiologic investigations, surveillance, outreach and interventions limited in scope and/or complexity to determine the causes of diseases and implementing methods of disease control. - Fellow duties also include collecting, analyzing, and interpreting statistical data and preparing epidemiologic reports. - The applied epidemiology experience is supplemented by competency based professional development trainings and comradery-building programming. - Primary Duties and Job Responsibilities: Assists in the implementation of timely disease intervention strategies to decrease the prevalence of communicable diseases. - Designs, implements, and maintains disease surveillance. - Collects, analyzes, and interprets statistical data and prepares reports. - Conducts engagement and outreach with community members and/or stakeholders affected by or interested in disease outbreaks or data. - Assists with the development of policies and procedures for new and existing disease control programs. - Provides training, technical assistance, and consultative services regarding epidemiology and the control of diseases. - Serves as a point of contact for various personnel regarding moderately complex epidemiologic issues. - Performs various duties in support of section operations. - Competency Achievement Plan To successfully complete and graduate from the Rollins Epidemiology Fellowship, fellows are minimally expected to complete an oral presentation, a surveillance evaluation/quality improvement project, and a significant data analysis project over the course of the two years. - Fellows are expected to work on projects and activities related to seven Core Competencies: Data Analytics and Assessment, Public Health Sciences, Communication, Health Equity, Community Partnership, Policy Development and Program Planning, Leadership and Systems Thinking.   ADDITIONAL JOB DETAILS: Hired into the Rollins Epidemiology Fellows Program, fellows serve as early-career MPH-level epidemiologists for a two-year term within one of Georgia’s 18 local health districts or at the Georgia Department of Public Health. This position is not located at Emory, but rather at District 5-1 South Central in Dublin, GA. Fellows may be able to work remotely 2-3 days per week.  Under supervision at the health district, day-to-day activities of the fellows include, but are not limited to: planning, developing, and conducting epidemiologic investigations, surveillance, outreach and interventions limited in scope and/or complexity to determine the causes of diseases and implementing methods of disease control. Fellow duties also include collecting, analyzing, and interpreting statistical data and preparing epidemiologic reports. The applied epidemiology experience is supplemented by competency based professional development trainings and comradery-building programming.   Primary Duties and Job Responsibilities:   - Assists with case and outbreak investigations and data entry with a focus on Hepatitis C and COVID-19.  - Assists in the implementation of timely disease intervention strategies to decrease the prevalence of communicable diseases.  - Designs, implements, and maintains disease surveillance.  - Collects, analyzes, and interprets statistical data and prepares reports.  - Conducts engagement and outreach with community members and/or stakeholders affected by or interested in disease outbreaks or data  - Assists with the development of policies and procedures for new and existing disease control programs.  - Provides training, technical assistance, and consultative services regarding epidemiology and the control of diseases.  - Serves as a point of contact for various personnel regarding moderately complex epidemiologic issues.  - Performs other duties as required.  Competency Achievement Plan:  To successfully complete and graduate from the Rollins Epidemiology Fellowship, fellows are minimally expected to complete an oral presentation, a surveillance evaluation/quality improvement project, and a significant data analysis project over the course of the two years. Fellows are expected to work on projects and activities related to seven Core Competencies:   - Data Analytics and Assessment  - Public Health Sciences  - Communication  - Health Equity  - Community Partnership  - Policy Development and Program Planning   - Leadership and Systems Thinking   Example projects include:   - District 5-1 participates in CDC’s National Wastewater Surveillance System (NWSS) Program. The fellow will collect, analyze, interpret and present data from the NWSS Program to community leaders and healthcare providers. This program started with COVID-19 wastewater surveillance and will soon be detecting flu and RSV changes.   - Evaluate public health data and create visuals showcasing disease trends for District 5-1 that will be shared with the public.    - Fellows will be placed in their health districts with a start date of August 5, 2024   - Applications close: April 17, 2024  - Application review: March / April 2024  - Matching and interview process: April / May 2024  - Final placement offers: May and June 2024  - More information about the fellowship is available at rollinsepifellows.org  - The job may require local travel within the assigned district.  MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - Master's degree in public health or Master of Science degree in public health, epidemiology, or related field from a CEPH accredited school/program of public health obtained within the last three years. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: - Master’s of Public Health graduates of CEPH-accredited schools or programs of public health in Georgia and the Southeast are encouraged to apply. - MPH with a concentration in Epidemiology - Closely supervised work experience demonstrating competence in conducting public health surveillance, analyzing surveillance data, reporting analytic results, and conducting outbreak investigations. - Knowledge of tools and methods for visually presenting data to the public.
Division
School Of Public Health
Job Number
125732
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
SPH: Epidemiology
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor
Job Category
Research & Research Administration
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
JOB DESCRIPTION: - Under supervision at the health district, day-to-day activities of the fellows include, but are not limited to planning, developing, and conducting epidemiologic investigations, surveillance, outreach and interventions limited in scope and/or complexity to determine the causes of diseases and implementing methods of disease control. - Fellow duties also include collecting, analyzing, and interpreting statistical data and preparing epidemiologic reports. - The applied epidemiology experience is supplemented by competency based professional development trainings and comradery-building programming. - Primary Duties and Job Responsibilities: Assists in the implementation of timely disease intervention strategies to decrease the prevalence of communicable diseases. - Designs, implements, and maintains disease surveillance. Collects, analyzes, and interprets statistical data and prepares reports. - Conducts engagement and outreach with community members and/or stakeholders affected by or interested in disease outbreaks or data. - Assists with the development of policies and procedures for new and existing disease control programs. - Provides training, technical assistance, and consultative services regarding epidemiology and the control of diseases. - Serves as a point of contact for various personnel regarding moderately complex epidemiologic issues. - Performs various duties in support of section operations. - Competency Achievement Plan To successfully complete and graduate from the Rollins Epidemiology Fellowship, fellows are minimally expected to complete an oral presentation, a surveillance evaluation/quality improvement project, and a significant data analysis project over the course of the two years. - Fellows are expected to work on projects and activities related to seven Core Competencies: Data Analytics and Assessment, Public Health Sciences, Communication, Health Equity, Community Partnership, Policy Development and Program Planning, Leadership and Systems Thinking. ADDITIONAL JOB DETAILS: Hired into the Rollins Epidemiology Fellows Program, fellows serve as early-career MPH-level epidemiologists for a two-year term within one of Georgia’s 18 local health districts or at the Georgia Department of Public Health. This position is not located at Emory, but rather at District 4 LaGrange in Fayetteville, GA. Fellows may be able to work remotely 1 day per week.    Under supervision at the health district, day-to-day activities of the fellows include, but are not limited to: planning, developing, and conducting epidemiologic investigations, surveillance, outreach and interventions limited in scope and/or complexity to determine the causes of diseases and implementing methods of disease control. Fellow duties also include collecting, analyzing, and interpreting statistical data and preparing epidemiologic reports. The applied epidemiology experience is supplemented by competency based professional development trainings and comradery-building programming.  Primary Duties and Job Responsibilities:   - Trains in all general notifiable diseases including enteric diseases and food-borne illnesses.  - Assists with the Opioid Program, HIV/Tobacco Prevention Program, Emergency Preparedness Program, and Nursing depending on the type of disease and if there is an outbreak at a given facility (school, daycare, long term care facility).  - Assists in the implementation of timely disease intervention strategies to decrease the prevalence of communicable diseases.  - Designs, implements, and maintains disease surveillance.  - Collects, analyzes, and interprets statistical data and prepares reports.  - Conducts engagement and outreach with community members and/or stakeholders affected by or interested in disease outbreaks or data  - Assists with the development of policies and procedures for new and existing disease control programs.  - Provides training, technical assistance, and consultative services regarding epidemiology and the control of diseases.  - Serves as a point of contact for various personnel regarding moderately complex epidemiologic issues.  - Performs other duties as required.   Competency Achievement Plan: To successfully complete and graduate from the Rollins Epidemiology Fellowship, fellows are minimally expected to complete an oral presentation, a surveillance evaluation/quality improvement project, and a significant data analysis project over the course of the two years. Fellows are expected to work on projects and activities related to seven Core Competencies:    - Data Analytics and Assessment  - Public Health Sciences  - Communication  - Health Equity  - Community Partnership  - Policy Development and Program Planning   - Leadership and Systems Thinking   Example projects include:   - Analyzing, collecting, and using qualitative and quantitative data to assess the community health status of general notifiable diseases. These strategies can be employed to enhance data collection utilizing digital reporting systems, public health awareness campaigns, and standardized reporting protocols.   - Evaluating barriers of public health that typically impact delivery and creating opportunities to achieve alignment with local partners and policy makers. With District 4 having both rural and metro counties, healthcare professionals and the public need to be well-informed when reporting cases promptly and recognizing symptoms. Barriers that are common in District 4 include geographic challenges, data sharing, lack of resources, and prioritization of resources. To address these barriers, system change is imperative and could be addressed through educational outreach with an overall goal of more effective collaboration in the District all together.     - Fellows will be placed in their health districts with a start date of August 5, 2024   - Applications close: April 17, 2024  - Application review: March / April 2024  - Matching and interview process: April / May 2024  - Final placement offers: May and June 2024  - More information about the fellowship is available at rollinsepifellows.org  - The job may require local travel within the assigned district. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - Master's degree in public health or Master of Science degree in public health, epidemiology, or related field from a CEPH accredited school/program of public health obtained within the last three years. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: - Master’s of Public Health graduates of CEPH-accredited schools or programs of public health in Georgia and the Southeast are encouraged to apply. - MPH with a concentration in Epidemiology - Closely supervised work experience demonstrating competence in conducting public health surveillance, analyzing surveillance data, reporting analytic results, and conducting outbreak investigations.
Division
School Of Public Health
Job Number
125730
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
SPH: Epidemiology
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor
Job Category
Research & Research Administration
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
JOB DESCRIPTION: - Under supervision at the health district, day-to-day activities of the fellows include, but are not limited to planning, developing, and conducting epidemiologic investigations, surveillance, outreach and interventions limited in scope and/or complexity to determine the causes of diseases and implementing methods of disease control. - Fellow duties also include collecting, analyzing, and interpreting statistical data and preparing epidemiologic reports. - The applied epidemiology experience is supplemented by competency based professional development trainings and comradery-building programming. - Primary Duties and Job Responsibilities: Assists in the implementation of timely disease intervention strategies to decrease the prevalence of communicable diseases. - Designs, implements, and maintains disease surveillance. - Collects, analyzes, and interprets statistical data and prepares reports. - Conducts engagement and outreach with community members and/or stakeholders affected by or interested in disease outbreaks or data. - Assists with the development of policies and procedures for new and existing disease control programs. - Provides training, technical assistance, and consultative services regarding epidemiology and the control of diseases. - Serves as a point of contact for various personnel regarding moderately complex epidemiologic issues. - Performs various duties in support of section operations. - Competency Achievement Plan To successfully complete and graduate from the Rollins Epidemiology Fellowship, fellows are minimally expected to complete an oral presentation, a surveillance evaluation/quality improvement project, and a significant data analysis project over the course of the two years. - Fellows are expected to work on projects and activities related to seven Core Competencies: Data Analytics and Assessment, Public Health Sciences, Communication, Health Equity, Community Partnership, Policy Development and Program Planning, Leadership and Systems Thinking. ADDITIONAL JOB DETAILS: Hired into the Rollins Epidemiology Fellows Program, fellows serve as early-career MPH-level epidemiologists for a two-year term within one of Georgia’s 18 local health districts or at the Georgia Department of Public Health. This position is not located at Emory, but rather at District 3-5 Dekalb Public Health in Decatur, GA. Fellows may be able to work remotely for 1 day per week.  Under supervision at the health district, day-to-day activities of the fellows include, but are not limited to: planning, developing, and conducting epidemiologic investigations, surveillance, outreach and interventions limited in scope and/or complexity to determine the causes of diseases and implementing methods of disease control. Fellow duties also include collecting, analyzing, and interpreting statistical data and preparing epidemiologic reports. The applied epidemiology experience is supplemented by competency based professional development trainings and comradery-building programming.  Primary Duties and Job Responsibilities:    - Cross trains on reportable diseases, mpox, enteric disease and COVID-19 case investigations.  - Manages outbreak investigations involving long-term care facilities and participates in routine data analyses and data management.   - Creates and presents educational materials/presentations for both internal and external audiences.  - Engages in community outreach, presenting public health information/epidemiology data to external and internal partners, and answers epidemiology-related inquiries from the general public.  - Assists in the implementation of timely disease intervention strategies to decrease the prevalence of communicable diseases.  - Designs, implements, and maintains disease surveillance.  - Collects, analyzes, and interprets statistical data and prepares reports.  - Conducts engagement and outreach with community members and/or stakeholders affected by or interested in disease outbreaks or data  - Assists with the development of policies and procedures for new and existing disease control programs.  - Provides training, technical assistance, and consultative services regarding epidemiology and the control of diseases.  - Serves as a point of contact for various personnel regarding moderately complex epidemiologic issues.  - Performs other duties as required.  Competency Achievement Plan:  To successfully complete and graduate from the Rollins Epidemiology Fellowship, fellows are minimally expected to complete an oral presentation, a surveillance evaluation/quality improvement project, and a significant data analysis project over the course of the two years. Fellows are expected to work on projects and activities related to seven Core Competencies:   - Data Analytics and Assessment  - Public Health Sciences  - Communication  - Health Equity  - Community Partnership  - Policy Development and Program Planning   - Leadership and Systems Thinking   Example projects include:   - Developing data collection solutions using REDCap and electronic health records alongside other members of the epi team to ensure data collection is standardized and adheres to best practices. The Fellow will share information about the tools to DeKalb Public Health staff members in a wide variety of roles and levels of data experience.    - Participating in the creation of DeKalb Public Health’s 2025 Status of Health report. The report provides a profile of DeKalb County demographics, and an overview of health in DeKalb County. Creating this report involves data analysis, data visualization, written communication, and understanding how to communicate about a wide variety of health topics.        - Fellows will be placed in their health districts with a start date of August 5, 2024   - Applications close: April 17, 2024  - Application review: March / April 2024  - Matching and interview process: April / May 2024  - Final placement offers: May and June 2024  - More information about the fellowship is available at rollinsepifellows.org  - The job may require local travel within the assigned district.  MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - Master's degree in public health or Master of Science degree in public health, epidemiology, or related field from a CEPH accredited school/program of public health obtained within the last three years. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: - Master’s of Public Health graduates of CEPH-accredited schools or programs of public health in Georgia and the Southeast are encouraged to apply. - MPH with a concentration in Epidemiology - Closely supervised work experience demonstrating competence in conducting public health surveillance, analyzing surveillance data, reporting analytic results, and conducting outbreak investigations. - Demonstrated ability to translate complex data/concepts into everyday language.
Division
School Of Public Health
Job Number
125728
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
SPH: Epidemiology
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor
Job Category
Research & Research Administration
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University

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