MCHB Seeks Integrated Services Branch Chief in Division of Services for CSHCN
As a Supervisory Public Health Analyst, you will lead, direct, and administer the implementation of core programs to facilitate the development of community-based systems of services for children with special health care needs (CSHCN). In this capacity, you will:
- Participate in national meetings and addresses and prepare scientific papers for national professional groups.
- Identify needs, establish immediate and long-term goals and strategies, oversee program budgets, monitor progress, and stimulate action to achieve program goals and objectives for the broad population of CSHCN.
- Administer grant programs for certain authorized conditions including traumatic brain injury, autism disorders, epilepsy, newborn hearing screening, and the family to family health information centers in each state.
- Participate with the director and deputy director, DSCSHN, in the development and formulation of overall plans and policies for the Division in accordance with authorizing legislation, professional standards, and in accordance with operating policies and regulations of the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, HRSA, and DHHS.
- Direct and supervise an interdisciplinary group of health professionals with expertise in a wide variety of health specialty areas including public health, nursing, medicine, social work, nutrition, and family engagement.
The complete application package must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. EST on Friday, Dec. 18, 2015 to receive consideration. To learn more, click here.
Massachusetts Looking for Director of Center for Birth Defects Research and Prevention
The Epidemiologist directs the Massachusetts Center for Birth Defects Research and Prevention including oversight of the Birth Defects Monitoring Program and Center research and evaluation activities. The Center conducts statewide active birth defects surveillance as mandated by state statute and regulation, monitors critical congenital heart defects to evaluate newborn screening for these birth defects, and participates in state and national etiologic and health outcomes/health services utilization research related to these conditions. To learn more, click here.