PUBLIC HEALTH TECHNICIAN/EPIDEMIOLOGIST
Work Location: Wright Patterson AFB, OH
The Cape Fox family is looking for a Public Health Technician / Epidemiologist to join our growing team in support of a Government customer at Wright Patterson AFB, OH. The ideal candidate provides subject matter expertise to a USAFSAM Department of Aerospace Medicine (USAFSAM/FE), Aerospace Medicine Studies and Analysis Division (FES), Aerospace Medicine Studies and Analysis Support Branch (FESS) Operational Consult team established to provide an agile and comprehensive response to complex operational questions from the field, as well as providing operational expertise to provide active surveillance capability, as well as to maintain and expand relevant data repositories of interest, in addition to providing assistance with studies and analysis requirements, to include technical consultation support, data analytics, and data management requirements support. USAFSAM/FESS is responsible for studies and analysis infrastructure and project execution support, to include project management, tracking of project funding and timelines, acquisition/contracting support, advice and consultation on research/study experimental design, data analytics and operational issues, support for protocol submissions and clearance by IRBs and IACUCs, consultation in epidemiological practices and methods, and consultation in writing and editing of manuscripts, reports and research articles. This requirement is for expertise that is to be located within the FESS branch of the FES Studies and Analysis division, to support USAFSAM in providing studies and analyses project consultation, and in providing reach-back, expert consultation and assistance to MAJCOM Aerospace Medicine teams and/or base-level safety officers, flight surgeons, and physiologists conducting investigations into physiologic events and other human factors issues.
Employee responsibilities shall include providing epidemiological expertise for the Operational Consultation Support team, and support the technical performance of the USAFSAM Studies and Analysis Portfolio.
Employee provides assistance in producing timely and accurate routine and ad hoc reports, supporting special study methods, and assigned protocols.
Employee assists in the execution of prioritized scientific investigations with 711 HPW researchers as well as base- level, MAJCOM and Air Force Level personnel in determining mitigation, hand-off or other disposition of identified operational health issues among AF members requiring research support.
Employee provides research support and gather data to assist in identifying public health issues, their scope, and impact. This includes performing literature reviews and computer searches/retrievals to compile data for use in ascertaining the needs of assigned areas.
Employee performs a full range of science and technology support in various research functions, including data collection, program analysis, monitoring activities, and the preparation of reports and summaries plan, organize, and coordinate activities of functional specialists including scientist, engineering, contracting, program control, test and logistics.
Employee, in conjunction with other team members and researchers, use qualitative and quantitative analytical techniques to collect and compile data on program operation effectiveness and cost- benefit using prescribed methodologies.
Employee drafts and/or edit study protocols, proposals, scientific abstracts, manuscripts, slide presentations, and posters as required.
Employee attends/supports meetings related to expertise with government and civilian organizations, academia, and subject matter experts.
Employee provides studies and analysis support to 711 HPW DHP researchers.
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