Fellows will work in a multidisciplinary unit of public health scientists responsible for: (1) studying work-related diseases and exposures, (2) identifying new and emerging health problems in the workplace, and (3) providing evidence that directs intervention and prevention activities.
Two of our units have fellowship opportunities:
Typical duties include:
The successful applicant must have at least a Master of Science or Master of Public Health degree, industrial hygiene, occupational health sciences, occupational and environmental health, toxicology, safety sciences, or related science; OR in a branch of engineering, physical science, or life science that included 12 semester hours in chemistry, including organic chemistry, and 18 additional semester hours of courses in any combination of chemistry, physics, engineering, health physics, environmental health, biostatistics, biology, physiology, toxicology, epidemiology, or industrial hygiene; OR certification from the American Board of Industrial Hygiene. We prefer candidates with excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to work effectively in a diverse team environment.
This is a full time position offered as part of the CDC fellowship program under Title 42 of the U.S. Code. U.S. citizens, permanent residents, and non-U.S. citizens are eligible. CDC service fellows are considered federal employees with most of the rights and benefits provided to permanent employees. The initial fellowship appointment will be for two years with potential for renewal. Salary will be based on education and experience. Fellows will be eligible for government health and retirement benefits. Expected start date is fall 2019 (but is negotiable).
If interested, please send a cover letter and CV by June 30, 2019, to: Josh Harney, DSHEFS Deputy Director, 513-841-4202, email@example.com.