Title: RESEARCH PROGRAM SPECIALIST II Salary: $5,309.00 - $6,451.00 Posted: 02/01/2013
This position requires that the incumbent maintain consistent and regular attendance; communicate effectively (orally and in writing if both appropriate) in dealing with the public and/or other employees; develop and maintain knowledge and skill related to specific tasks, methodologies, materials, tools, and equipment; complete assignments in a timely and efficient manner; and, adhere to departmental policies and procedures regarding attendance, leave, and conduct.
Job Summary: The Research Program Specialist II, Healthcare Associated Infections (HAI) Program, designs and directs all aspects of highly complex studies of HAI Program healthcare-associated infections outcome and process measures, including the design and management of California data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Healthcare Safety Network and the designs and direction of research and statistical studies to evaluate the validity and reliability of NHSN reported HAI outcome and process data, and to evaluate HAI program progress toward reducing HAI infections. Presents findings, recommendations, and strategies to all levels of CDPH management.
For a complete job description, please contact David Paniagua at David.Paniagua@cdph.ca.gov. All interested applicants must submit a Standard State Application form (STD 678) with original signature, and must clearly indicate the basis of their eligibility in the ‘explanation’ box of the STD 678. Applicants without eligibility information will not be considered. Appointment is subject to SROA and State surplus policies. Applications will be screened and only the most qualified candidates will be interviewed.
580 - 805 - 5758 - 001
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L&C-Healthcare Associated Infections 850 Marina Bay Pkwy, #E, 1 fl Richmond CA 94804
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