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我们有一个public health informatics职位。不办身份。有兴趣发私信。
http://agency.governmentjobs.com/snhd/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=2004165
Job Title: Public Health Informatics Scientist I/II
Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Salary: $31.06 - $58.89 Hourly
$2,484.60 - $4,710.90 Biweekly
$64,599.60 - $122,483.40 Annually
Job Type: Full-Time
Location: 280 S. Decatur, Nevada
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Definition Benefits Supplemental Questions
To develop, test and integrate software systems for surveillance and disease
reporting; provide highly responsible and complex staff assistance to the
Senior Public Health Informatics Scientist, Division Directors and the Chief
Health Officer.
This recruitment will remain open until a sufficient number of qualified
applicants have been identified and may close at any time once that number
has been reached.
Examples of Essential Responsibilities and Duties:
This class specification lists the major duties and requirements of the job
and is not all-inclusive. Incumbent(s) may be expected to perform job-
related duties other than those contained in this document and may be
required to have specific job-related knowledge and skills.
PUBLIC HEALTH INFORMATICS SCIENTIST I:
Design, develop and deploy public health informatics tools, including
front-end, back-end and middle-ware to enable surveillance and population-
based studies of the health status of residents and visitors to Southern
Nevada
Develop and evaluate a decision support system for disease surveillance
and disease reporting that integrates heterogeneous data sources provided by
federal, regional and state health information organizations
Translate systems requirements into applications prototypes; plan and
design systems and applications architecture; write, debug, and maintain
computer code using standardized vocabularies for public health information;
determine output media/formats; design user interfaces
Establish appropriate data security provisions and protocols to enable
access to and maintenance of public health data and personal health
information
Write professional documentation of work performed for both internal and
external consumption including technical presentations, peer reviewed and
non-peer reviewed publications
Conduct assessments of the public health information systems and produce
timely, meaningful and actionable information
Provide support for effective disease monitoring and surveillance, and
decision-making.
Perform related duties and responsibilities as required
PUBLIC HEALTH INFORMATICS SCIENTIST II:
In addition to the Responsibilities and Duties required of the PHIS I:
Lead, organize and review the work of lower level staff in collaboration
with the Senior Public Health Informatics Scientist
May serve in an acting capacity in the absence of the Senior Public
Health Informatics Scientist when designated
Qualifications:
QUALIFICATIONS
Knowledge of:
Principles and practices of epidemiology and public health research and
practice
Principles and practice of public health informatics
Strategies for achieving effective data acquisition, management, quality
, storage, use, and application to address population health needs
Public health reporting and information system standards
Public health information vocabularies and data standards (e.g. HL7, ICD
, LOINC and SNOMED codes) Information system design, development and
management
Computer programming languages such as Visual Basic, Java, JavaScript, C
#, Python, SAS, and Ruby
Relational database design and management using Microsoft SQL,
Postgresql, and other database management systems
Data communications security and privacy techniques; legal and ethical
issues regarding confidentiality and use of individually identifiable public
health and medical record data
Pertinent federal, state and local laws, codes and regulations
Disease reporting statutes and regulations under Nevada law; HIPAA;
FERPA; 45 CFR 46 (Human Subjects Protection
Ability to:
Evaluate information against a set of standards of information integrity
and comparability
Interpret and analyze medical, health and other data obtained from a
variety of sources
Produce timely and accurate data for disease surveillance and assist
data-driven decision making
for unique public health needs
Plan, design and develop information systems that meet the needs of
public health practice and research
Develop instruments and methodologies for an integrated public health
surveillance system such as aberration detection algorithms, data mining
programs, and for matching and duplication of individual records when
integrating different databases
Apply knowledge of database design and management for the needs of
public health practice and research
Design and conduct quantitative research studies; collect, interpret and
publish findings
Maintain a professional demeanor in all circumstances
Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those
contacted in the course of work
Maintain confidentiality
TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE GUIDELINES:
Training
Equivalent to a master's degree from an accredited school with a focus
in health informatics, computer science, software engineering, data science
or a related field
Experience
No experience required
PUBLIC HEALTH INFORMATICS SCIENTIST II:
Examples of Essential Responsibilities and Duties
In addition to the Responsibilities and Duties required of the PHIS I:
Lead, organize and review the work of lower level staff in collaboration
with the Senior Public Health Informatics Scientist
May serve in an acting capacity in the absence of the Senior Public
Health Informatics Scientist when designated
QUALIFICATIONS
Knowledge of:
In addition to the qualifications required of the PHIS I:
Principles of lead supervision
Operations, services and activities of the informatics program
Ability to:
In addition to the abilities required of the PHIS I:
Review and assist with the work of professional and support personnel
TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE GUIDELINES:
Training
Equivalent to a master's degree from an accredited school with a focus in
health informatics, computer science, software engineering, data science or
a related field
Experience
Four years of work experience in informatics including experience in
conducting and/or supporting scientific investigations or data architecture
management
Distinguishing Characteristics:
This position requires software development and database management skills.
Public Health Informatics Scientist I - is the entry-level class of this
specialized public health informatics series. Initially under close
supervision, incumbents perform the more routine analytical and maintenance
duties while learning methodology, policies, procedures and becoming
familiar with various programs, systems and technology. As experience is
gained, duties become more diversified and are performed under more general
supervision. Advancement to a Public Health Informatics Scientist II
position is not automatic and is based on position availability; funding,
minimum requirements met, and interview outcomes.
Public Health Informatics Scientist II - is the experienced level in this
series, fully competent to perform the full range of professional duties.
Successful performance of the work requires a thorough knowledge of public
health informatics and the ability to exercise sound independent judgment
within established guidelines. This class is distinguished from Public
Health Informatics Scientist I in that it is a scientific position with
significant experience in informatics conducting and/or supporting
scientific investigations or public health interoperability. This
classification also provides guidance for Public Health Informatics
Scientist I staff.
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