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Quality Assurance Epidemiologist

Overview:

Our client is seeking a Quality Assurance Epidemiologist with knowledge of the Zika Virus to join their team. This position will be on-site in Tallahassee, Florida, and will require the selected candidate to work during standard business hours, approximately 40 hours per week.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Two years of formal training or work in the epidemiology field
  • Two years of experience conducting interviews
  • One year of experience providing training to staff
  • One year of experience in biostatistics work
  • Two years of experience working with Microsoft Office including Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook
  • Completion of Masters in Public Health (MPH) with an emphasis on Epidemiology and/or Biostatistics
  • Two years of epidemiology and data management experience including completion of an epidemoiology project with statistical analysis of large data set
  • Completion of one course each related to SAS, SPSS and statistical analysis software package
  • One year of experience producing written reports summarizing findings from statistical analysis

Responsibilities:

  • Weekly basic and extended data queries of Zika data related to pregnant women and their infants and local cases to assess for data completeness and accuracy, including attachment of key medical records in an Excel report
  • Reports will be prepared and e-mailed weekly to relevant state and county health department staff in an Excel report
  • All requested data fields in the report will be completed
  • Copies of weekly reports will be maintained in accordance with record keeping requirements
  • Provide education for county health department staff related to Zika and follow-up on potentially congenitally exposed infants and local cases
  • Develop and update written guidance related to investigations of congenitally exposed infants and local cases
  • Provide Zika extended data queries related to symptoms, risk factors and other key factors upon request of leadership, unit members, or other stakeholders in requested format (line list, table, graph, etc.)
  • Retrieve data, convert into requested format for electronic delivery to the requester
  • Standard requests should be prepared and delivered within one business day (highly complex requests may take longer); high priority requests should be prepared and delivered the same day        

Education:

  • Masters in Public Health (MPH) with an emphasis on Epidemiology and/or Bio-statistics

Advanced Systems Design, Inc. is:

  • A leading Information Technology provider for Federal, State & Local government agencies.
  • A certified minority-owned small business government contractor with capabilities related to Public Health IT, Criminal Justice, Transportation and Defense.
  • A certified service-disabled veteran-owned company with a proud 37+ year track record of providing successful innovative solutions for our government customers.

Our Employees:

  • Are actively working on next-generation technology projects with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, and a wide array of Federal, State and Local agencies throughout the United States.
  • Are eligible for wide-ranging benefits and perks, including but not limited to:
    • Comprehensive Health Insurance with PPO and HDHP/HSA options
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • Short/Long-Term Disability
    • Group Life Insurance - Company Paid
    • Voluntary Life Insurance
    • 401(k) Plan with Employer Match
    • Paid Time Off (Vacation/Sick)
    • Holiday Pay - Company Paid Federal Holidays
    • Tuition Assistance
    • Professional Certification Incentive Plan
    • Employee Referral Plan
    • Technology Exposure

For additional information regarding Advanced Systems Design, please check out our website at: www.asd-web.com

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