Employment Opportunities and Requests for Proposals 

 

Employment Opportunities

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The California Department of Public Health is recruiting a Research Scientist to provide epidemiologic and public health informatics expertise to the California Immunization Registry (CAIR) and other immunization initiatives. For instructions on taking the civil service exam and applying for this San Francisco Bay area-based position by June 26th, click here. For questions, please contact Roland Rafol. [Posted 6/21/2018]


The Maryland Department of Health (MDH) seeks a full time Quality Improvement Specialist to improve the quality of the system and data for users of ImmuNet, the State Immunization Information System (IIS). Detailed information about this position can be found here. This position will be posted through June 22nd. [Posted 6/18/2018]


The California Department of Public Health will be recruiting a Research Scientist to provide epidemiologic and public health informatics expertise to the California Immunization Registry (CAIR) and other immunization initiatives. Please see the job description for this San Francisco Bay area-based position here. To be eligible to apply, candidates must first pass the civil service examination online. This position will remain posted until filled. [Posted 5/11/2018]


The Oklahoma State Department of Health is seeking an experienced biostatistician or epidemiologist with strong SAS and SQL programming skills to fill the Immunization Data Systems Quality Assurance Analyst position. Detailed information about this position can be found here. This position will remain posted until filled. [Posted 3/16/2018]

Opportunities for Independent Contractors

AIRA is seeking a part-time business continuity consultant (BCC) to participate in a collaborative Modeling Immunization Registry Operations Workgroup (MIROW) best practice development project. The BCC must be subject matter expert with current or past experience working with business continuity planning. The BCC will act as an expert on the topic of business continuity planning by answering questions from MIROW and providing input and feedback on work products. The BCC would work approximately 40-60 hours over a 12-month period (August 2018- July 2019). The BCC position description can be found here. Please disseminate this announcement to all potentially interested and qualified individuals. Send complete application packages to Amanda Dayton, AIRA Business & Grants Manager, at [email protected] by COB, August 2, 2018.


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Requests for Proposals

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