Boulder County Public Health is currently accepting applications for the position of Communicable Disease Control Epidemiologist. This position is an integral member of the Boulder County Public Health (BCPH) Communicable Disease Control Team and performs a variety of complex epidemiological duties related to the surveillance, investigation, control, and follow-up of reportable communicable diseases in Boulder County.
This position is integral in the planning and implementation of HIV and hepatitis C prevention activities for Boulder County, including HIV testing, counseling, and referral and syringe access. This position responds to inquiries from the medical community and the general public concerning infectious diseases. In addition, this position will work as a team with other BCPH programs, including Tuberculosis (TB) Control, Immunizations, and Emergency Preparedness.
Education: Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in public health, epidemiology, biostatistics, or related field.
Experience: Minimum of two years of professional experience in public health, preferably in areas related to epidemiology and communicable disease prevention and control.
Additional related education may apply toward required experience.
For detailed job description, and to apply, visit Boulder County Jobs online.