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NIOSH FELLOWSHIP POSITION
Occupational Fatality Investigator
Location: Morgantown, WV
The Division of Safety Research, located in Morgantown, WV, serves as the focal point for NIOSH's traumatic occupational injury research program, http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/injury/. The Division follows the public health model, melding in safety and engineering sciences, using epidemiologic methods to define injury problems and to focus intervention efforts, and safety and engineering sciences to address human factors issues and to develop and test control technologies.
The purpose of this fellowship position is to conduct investigations of fatal occupational motor vehicle-related incidents to Law Enforcement Officers (LEO) in the United States using the NIOSH Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation (FACE) model. The fellow will be located in the Surveillance and Field Investigations Branch (SFIB), Fatality Investigations Team (FIT), and will work within the existing FACE program team. Information about the NIOSH FACE program is available at http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/face/.
The fellow will support and conduct public health fatality investigations, and develop technical reports outlining intervention approaches to prevent LEO fatal occupational motor vehicle-related incidents. The nature of work includes: interpreting investigation findings, conducting literature reviews of existing occupational safety and health standards, adapting standard motor vehicle-related injury prevention techniques to LEO fatalities, developing recommendations, and preparing documents and publications to present findings from these investigations. Because of the nature of work, the position will require the fellow to travel on a regular basis.
The individual must have a masters or doctoral degree in public health, safety engineering, industrial hygiene, safety and health management, or similar program. Knowledge and experience with injury investigation techniques is preferred. The individual must have excellent written and oral communication skills. The individual must also have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a team environment. NIOSH is an equal opportunity employer. Non-U.S. Citizens are eligible to apply. Salary will be based on education and experience, and will likely range from $57,982 to $69,497.
For more information or to provide a CV or resume, please contact:
Paul Moore, email@example.com, 304-285-6016
Assistant Professor - Biology, Epidemiology
University of St. Thomas
Location: St. Paul, Minnesota
The University of St. Thomas Biology Department invites applications for a Tenure-Track Assistant Professor position in Epidemiology. Responsibilities will include teaching courses at the introductory and/or upper-division level that support one or more of our undergraduate majors (i.e., Biology, Biochemistry, Environmental Science, Global Health, and Neuroscience). The successful candidate will have a broad background in biology, will exhibit potential to develop a research program that crosses and/or transcends traditional disciplinary boundaries between epidemiology and biology, and will establish a high-quality research program that provides opportunities for undergraduate collaboration and has potential to be competitive for external funding.
Research support will include generous start-up funds, laboratory space in a modern science facility, and a substantial time allocation for mentoring undergraduate research partners. The Biology Department is committed to undergraduate education and engaging undergraduate students in a dynamic research environment.
A PhD and postdoctoral experience is strongly preferred; ABD will be considered (with initial appointment at the rank of instructor).
For more information about the University of St. Thomas Biology Department, visit http://www.stthomas.edu/biology/
Visit http://jobs.stthomas.edu. Please submit a cover letter with a description of how your expertise would contribute to the Department's programs, a CV, a description of your research agenda, and a statement of your teaching philosophy and experience, and arrange to have three electronic reference letters sent to Patrycja Jones (JONE2615@stthomas.edu); e-mail subject line should read "EPI JOB Candidate's Name".
Director of Exposure Control Technologies Research
Center for Construction Research and Training (CPWR)
Location: Silver Spring, Maryland
The Director of Exposure Control Technologies Research will serve as Co-PI and direct the Construction Solutions research project, one of CPWR's internal construction research projects funded as part of the National Construction Center cooperative agreement with NIOSH. This position is the focal point for CPWR research and translation activities for occupational health and ergonomic hazards.
CPWR-The Center for Construction Research and Training (CPWR) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit institution that over the past 24 years has planned, developed, and operated a National Center for Construction Safety and Health dedicated to improving safety and health performance in the industry.
Nurse Case Manager
Chevron Medical, Disability Management
Location: Houston, Texas
Chevron Medical is looking for a full-time, nurse case manager (contract position) to work in Chevron's Disability Management group located in Houston, TX.
The contract nurse case manager will work with Chevron's team of Disability Management Advisors to oversee employee absence cases (FMLA, DIP, PFL, STD and LTD) managed by a third-party vendor. The candidate in this position will need to work cross-functionally within the Global Health and Medical group, serving as the coordinator for employee absences managed by the Disability Management team. Applicants must have a strong clinical background including diagnosis, appropriate care/medical treatment and recovery periods. They must also have strong organizational and computer skills as well as familiarity with case management systems. The successful candidate for this contract position will have a proven track record of sound clinical judgment and demonstrated ability to maintain medical confidentiality.
Interested candidates may send their resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant/Associate Professor, Tenure-Track Faculty
Division of Epidemiology, Human Genetics and Environmental Sciences
University of Texas School of Public Health
Location: Houston, Texas
The University of Texas School of Public Health (UTSPH) invites applications for two tenure-track faculty positions at the Assistant or Associate Professor level in the Division of Epidemiology, Human Genetics and Environmental Sciences.
Candidates will be expected to initiate and lead an independent, extramurally-funded research program of international caliber in occupational medicine or industrial hygiene. The selected candidates will also be expected to contribute to the educational and service missions of the School through teaching and advising master's and doctoral students and performing community service.
Candidates for the occupational medicine position should possess an MD degree, hold current board certification in Occupational Medicine/Preventive Medicine by the American Board of Preventive Medicine and be eligible for Texas medical licensure. Candidates for the industrial hygiene position should have a doctorate degree in industrial hygiene, occupational health or other closely related fields; candidates should also hold current CIH certification or be eligible to take the CIH examination within 3 years. For the rank of Associate Professor, a history of external research funding is also required.
Elaine Symanski, PhD, Search Committee Chair
c/o Annette Allett,
The University of Texas School of Public Health
1200 Pressler St., RAS W1024
Houston, TX 77030
Email: Annette.M. Allett@uth.tmc.edu
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