Epidemiology Investigator I (4369-rv)
Infectious Diseases | Columbus, OH | Full Time and Contract
Epidemiology Investigator I
Work Location: Columbus OH
The Epidemiology Investigator should have knowledge of biology; chemistry; microbiology; epidemiology; human anatomy; human relations; interviewing; statistics; agency policies & procedures pertaining to epidemiological investigations & control of infectious & chronic diseases; electronic data processing (i.e., statistical analysis systems & statistical package for social sciences). Skill in operating phlebotomy equipment. Ability to interpret variety of instructions in written, oral & schedule form which may be technical; gather, collate & classify information about data, people or things; understand practical field of study (i.e., epidemiology); prepare meaningful, concise & accurate reports; answer routine telephone inquiries from public; demonstrate dexterity to use hands skillfully. Some of knowledge base may be developed after employment
Job Duties/Responsibilities/Functions (including but not limited to)
- Assists in investigation & control of infectious & chronic diseases & related environmental public health problems (e.g., makes field visits to abstract epidemiological health data from confidential medical records of hospitals, clinics &/or physicians & through personal interviews of affected persons; establishes exposure & evaluates risk of disease or epidemic), collects &/or monitors collection of human biological & environmental specimens, assures delivery to laboratory & writes or assists in writing reports of investigations.
- Assists in analysis of tabulated epidemiological data by using standard basic statistical measures appropriate for specific data sets (e.g., measures of variability, statistical significance of association, incidence & prevalence rates & interval estimates).
- Assists in arranging for cooperative use of epidemiological data within department, other state agencies, other states & federal government; explains policy pertaining to communicable disease control isolation requirements & laboratory fee exemptions to general public & local public health professionals. Performs other duties as assigned.
- Completion of undergraduate core program in physical/natural sciences (e.g., biology, chemistry, microbiology) to include coursework in each of following areas: biology, chemistry, microbiology & human anatomy
- One (1) course or 3 mos. exp. in statistics
- Valid driver’s license
- TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT REQUIRED TO REMAIN IN THE CLASSIFICATION AFTER EMPLOYMENT:
- Phlebotomy training after 6-12 months.
- UNUSUAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Requires travel; may be exposed to contagious & communicable diseases & toxic or hazardous chemicals; may be required to be away from home & normal work site up to 30 days during emergencies.
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