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Careers

To post an available job on this web page, please contact Jennifer Kanouse at jkanouse@tbcontrollers.org.

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Tuberculosis Nurse Consultant
Madison, WI

The Wisconsin Division of Public Health (DPH) is recruiting to fill a Tuberculosis Nurse Consultant position within the Bureau of Communicable Diseases in Madison, Wisconsin. The Tuberculosis Nurse Consultant will collaborate with Tuberculosis program staff to develop and implement strategies to increase the capacity of local health departments and other health care providers to implement tuberculosis prevention and control efforts in public and private health care settings. This will include providing indirect patient care through consultation with public health staff and clinicians, developing professional written materials, and conducting training for public health nurses and other health care professionals on tuberculosis diagnosis, treatment, case management, contact investigation, infection control, and prevention.

Wisconsin DPH is located in the heart of downtown Madison, near the State Capitol, the Madison Metro route and the Capital City bike path. In addition, there are plenty of nearby restaurants, shopping venues, and Wednesday farmer’s market.
State of Wisconsin benefits include 3.9 weeks of vacation, 9 paid holidays, an ample amount of sick leave, a top rated benefits package, multiple insurance options, and an exceptional retirement plan. DHS also offers on-site yoga classes, an indoor walking area and a supportive and collaborative work environment with a focus on work-life balance.

Please click on this job announcement link to obtain more information and apply.
09/04/18
Director of the Communicable Disease Control and Prevention
San Francisco, CA

The San Francisco Department of Public Health is now accepting applications for a 2232 Senior Physician Specialist to serve as Director of the Communicable Disease Control and Prevention (CDCP) Section in the Disease Prevention and Control Branch of the Population Health Division of SFDPH. The CDCP Director is the Communicable Disease Controller for San Francisco and reports to Susan Philip, the Director of the Disease Prevention and Control Branch. The CDCP Director provides oversight and consultation for communicable disease control, prevention and surveillance in San Francisco, and leads the CDCP Section, which includes the Communicable Disease Control Unit, the Communicable Disease Prevention Unit, and the Adult Travel and Immunization Clinic (AITC). To apply, use this job application and indicate you are interested in the CD Controller position by selecting “Communicable Disease Control and Prevention” on Question #7 of the required supplemental questionnaire.
02/15/18 Not stated
Medical Director
Columbus, OH

Columbus Public Health, the local health department in Ohio’s capital city Columbus, is looking for an MD/DO to provide direct patient care in its TB clinic, as well as medical oversight of the TB program. This position also will be involved in medical oversight of public health responses like infectious disease investigations and outbreaks to protect the public’s health. This is a full time position. The minimum starting salary is $127,000 per year plus benefits. For a complete job description, visit the City of Columbus Civil Service Division. Interested candidates should send their cover letter and resume to Alisha Ardolino at AAArdolino AT columbus DOT gov. For questions about this position, please contact Health Commissioner Dr. Mysheika Roberts at 614-645-5489 or at MWRoberts AT columbus DOT gov.
02/06/18 Not stated
Deputy Public Health Officer
Santa Clara County, CA

Reporting to the Health Officer/Director, the Deputy Public Health Officer acts as the Infectious Disease and Response Branch Director, with overall administrative and programmatic responsibility for the Infectious Disease and Response Branch, which includes Communicable Disease Prevention and Control (including the Immunization Program), Tuberculosis Prevention and Control, STD/HIV Prevention and Control, Public Health Disaster Preparedness and Response, Public Health Laboratory, and Public Health Pharmacy. The position is responsible for shaping and leading all aspects of the Infectious Disease & Response branch, including strategic direction and administrative oversight and will serve as backup for the Health Officer and Assistant Health Officers and will act as the medical/physician liaison to other County departments. Check here for a complete job description and how to apply.
02/02/18 Open until filled
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