Website Minnesota Department of Health
This position serves as the Lead Epidemiologist for the Long-term Surveillance system being devised and developed to identify, track and describe the epidemiology of sequelae (injury, violence and chronic disease) post-infection with Sars-Cov-2.
- This position will aggregate, compile, analyze, interpret, report on, link and evaluate the sources and content of data collected from coroners/medical examiners, hospitals, clinics and health systems across Minnesota that may contribute to our understanding of the adverse conditions and sequelae that develop after infection with Sars-Cov-2.
- The analyses and reports will be used to support the development of policies and programs that will lead to the prevention of sequelae and to improved treatment modalities for post-Covid patients.
- The incumbent will also contribute to grant writing and professional presentations at the state and national levels.
- Performing and communicating quantitative analysis, spatial analysis, statistical modeling and/or program evaluations
- Designing and implementing analyses based on descriptions in research literature
- Manipulating large datasets with a wide variety of approaches and tools
- Assessing, measuring, and documenting the validity, reliability completeness and usability of complex data sets
- Compiling and reforming data from a variety of records and data sources, including interviews and surveys
- Identifying and extracting factual information from a variety of sources and producing clear, concise analysis and report
- Skilled in organizing work, developing, and implementing effective workplans, managing tasks, and handling multiple project assignments
- Effectively managing timelines and meeting deadlines, responding to and balancing the competing requests.
Company: Minnesota Department of Health
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Functions: Other
Job Location: St. Paul, MN, US
Application Deadline: N/A