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Internship (Closes 1/31/2022) 2 positions available
Under the supervision of the TECPHI Opioid Supplement Coordinator, this position will serve as a liaison between the Opioid Supplement Grant staff and the funeral services industry to conduct projects related to racial misclassification. This position may also coordinate with other partners and organization identified to help reduce racial misclassification and perform other duties as assigned.
Epidemiologist Surveillance Program (Closes 1/31/2022)
Under the Epidemiologists perform much of the OKTEC’s contact tracing/case investigation efforts. This position is a public health professional providing support to Tribes, tribal organizations, and urban Indian clinics in the fight against COVID-19. The epidemiologist is responsible for reaching out to people (contacts) who have been exposed to COVID-19 and providing health education and guidance to interrupt ongoing disease transmission.
Epidemiologist HIV Program (Closes 1/31/2022)
Under the general direction of the HIV Program Coordinator, works in collaboration with tribes, tribal programs, Indian Health Service (IHS), state and urban programs to develop and maintain surveillance related data collection, analysis, and interpretation to ensure comprehensive, quality health data are available and accessible to the Native American population in Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas.
TEC Core Program Administrative Assistant (Closes 1/31/2022) 2 positions available
Under the general direction of the Tribal Epidemiology Center Program Manager, the Administrative Assistant provides a full range of clerical and administrative support services.
Biostatistician TEC Core Program (Closes 1/31/2022)
Provide basic statistical analysis support; review data for discrepancies, interacts with tribal epidemiology center (TEC) staff and partners, and creates analysis datasets; prepare and communicate statistical results in written and oral summary; conforms to statistical programming and analysis; and works collaboratively with supervising and other TEC staff in supporting project needs.
Evaluator TEC Core 2021 (Closes 1/31/2022) 2 Positions available
Under the general direction of the TEC Core Program Manager, individual needed to develop, implement, monitor and evaluate grant trainings, programs, and activities within the Southern Plains Tribal Health Board’s Tribal Epidemiology Center (TEC) and tribal communities in OK, KS, TX.
Epidemiologist TEC Core (Closes 1/31/2022)
Plan, organize and conduct field studies and surveillance of communicable or chronic diseases, injuries or conditions; to determine the patterns of disease in the community; to determine the patterns of disease in the community; to make recommendations regarding the possible causation of diseases and disease processes, their correlation with other community conditions (to include social determinates of health), and the control of epidemics and eradication of disease; conduct literature reviews, support data sharing initiatives, provide data and technical evaluation assistance, continual focus on local health assessments, strategic health planning, and appropriate interventions with a deliberate evaluation component, and to perform other work assigned.
CHAP Program Coordinator (Closes 1/31/2022)
The Community Health Aide Program (CHAP) is a multidisciplinary system of mid-level behavioral, community, and dental health professionals working alongside licensed providers to offer patients increased access to quality care. The CHAP Tribal Assessment and Planning (CHAP TAP) program aims to assess the feasibility of implementing CHAP in tribal communities in the Oklahoma Area.
Public Health Specialist CHAP (Closes 1/31/2022)
The Public Health Specialist will perform a supportive role in the Southern Plains Tribal Health Board’s (SPTHB) Community Health Aide Program Tribal Assessment and Planning grant (CHAP TAP). CHAP is a multidisciplinary system of mid-level behavioral, community, and dental health professionals working alongside licensed providers to offer patients increased access to quality care.
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