JOB: Health Scientist at the CDC, Atlanta, GA

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    Alicia Mazzara

    Job Title: Health Scientist
    Department: Department Of Health And Human Services
    Agency: Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
    Job Announcement Number: HHS-CDC-DE-11-490265

    SALARY RANGE: $85,500.00 – $111,148.00 /year
    OPEN PERIOD: Wednesday, June 22, 2011 to Tuesday, June 28, 2011
    SERIES & GRADE: GS-0601-13
    POSITION INFORMATION: Full Time Career/Career Conditional
    DUTY LOCATIONS: 1 vacancy – Atlanta, GA
    WHO MAY BE CONSIDERED: United States Citizens

    Become a part of the Department that touches the lives of every American! At the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) you can give back to your community, state, and country by making a difference in the lives of Americans everywhere. It is the principal agency for protecting the health of citizens. Join HHS and help to make our world healthier, safer, and better for all Americans.

    This position is located in the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), Office of the Director (OD), Office of the Associate Director for Science (OADS), Office of Scientific Integrity (OSI), Atlanta, GA.

    Who May Apply: All U.S. Citizens, CTAP/ICTAP Eligibles, Military Spouse Preference Eligibles, and People with Disabilities

    Additional selections may be made from this announcement.


    * U.S. Citizenship is required.
    * Background investigation is required.


    The incumbent provides technical advice and assistance to national, state and local health agencies and to various other organizations. Leads collaborative efforts involving programs/projects/studies. Coordinates efforts as appropriate, with other program staff, centers within the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, institutes and offices, other federal agencies, national, state and local health agencies, and private and non-profit organizations.

    Communicates scientific and technical information to various audiences. Prepares scientific and other articles and technical reports for publication. Makes presentations at international and national meetings. Designs, oversees, implements, and conducts major scientific surveys/studies or projects to identify and solve public health problems. Identifies and analyzes public health issues and their impact on operations that are critical to the public health community at large.

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