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The Administrative Aide will provide administrative support for the UCP; provider enrollment and credentialing processing support; purchasing and travel; coordinating and providing administrative support for special projects; updating and maintaining office systems; and perform other appropriate related duties as assigned.
The New York State Department of Health, AIDS Institute has established eight Uninsured Care Programs, some of which have the most comprehensive drug and service coverage in the country. The programs provide access to medical services and medications for all New York State residents with or at risk of acquiring HIV/AIDS. The programs bridge the gap between Medicaid coverage and private insurance and serve as a transition to Medicaid by providing interim assistance to individuals eligible for but not yet enrolled in Medicaid or assistance in meeting spend-down requirements.
The Research Scientist I will work within the Birth Defects Lifespan Studies Section in the Bureau of Environmental & Occupational Epidemiology, Center for Environmental Health. The incumbent will join a team of public health professionals to work on CDC cooperative agreements. The incumbent will perform literature searches related to birth defects; collect, organize, handle, and evaluate project-related data; participate in problem definition, planning and execution of birth defects surveillance and research; and analyze data and interpret results including development of SAS programs, data cleaning, and data analysis; prepare reports, presentations, posters, tables, charts and graphs; and work with senior staff to draft manuscripts for publication in scientific journals based on analyses. Other related duties as assigned.
The Health Program Administrator I will be responsible for contract management related to services for persons living with HIV. The incumbent will be responsible for conducting site visits and monitoring contracts; participating in committees, workgroups and meetings and Bureau/Division program planning and development; represent the AIDS Institute, Division and the Bureau; perform other appropriate related duties.
Specific duties include: managing contracts with clinical and nonclinical service providers; negotiating work plans and budgets; providing technical assistance and guidance to contracted providers; preparing and reviewing program reports; preparing correspondence regarding program issues; assessing provider compliance with work plan objectives and monitoring overall performance; organizing and participating in service provider meetings/webinars.
The Senior Program Coordinator will be responsible for the oversight of day-to-day implementation of program initiatives and contracts which may include linkage to care and treatment, retention and adherence services, HIV and sexual health services, family-focused health care for women with HIV, adolescent/young adult HIV specialized care centers, youth access programs, and transgender health care services. The incumbent will also be responsible for the oversight of program planning and implementation; supervising staff and participating and/or leading special projects and activities.
The Evaluation Specialist III will coordinate and/or lead evaluation project activities within the Center for Program Development, Implementation, Research and Evaluation, responsible for the development and implementation of program evaluation projects in the areas of HIV/AIDS and quality improvement. The incumbent will coordinate and/or lead all phases of the complete evaluation research process, including problem definition, planning, implementation, analysis, interpretation, and reporting of findings; produce original manuscripts for journal publication and posters/abstracts for conference presentations; supervise staff and perform other appropriate related duties.
The Senior Program Coordinator will be located in the Office of Sexual Health and Epidemiology (OSHE) and will oversee the Health New York Diseases Intervention Training Center (Health NY DITC) that is housed under the Sexual Health Education, Research, Policy and Programming (SHERPP) Unit.
The incumbent will oversee and provide overall program management to the Health NY DITC grant and will execute all aspects of the Health NY DITC supplement award. Specifically, the incumbent will conduct full body Health NY DITC meetings and lead other Health NY DITC team meetings; provide program oversight, assessment and development; implement and review quality improvement projects; and manage CDC reports and tasks. The incumbent will provide supervision to public health trainers and staff and perform other appropriate related duties.
OSHE is committed to ensuring and promoting a sex positive approach, which includes ensuring policies and programs are in place to support this vision. Health NY DITC, one of four training centers in the National Network of Disease Intervention Training Centers, provides COVID-19 virtual skills-based training to rapidly and effectively train staff to support public health systems throughout the United States as they mobilize to address COVID-19.
This is a temporary, grant funded position, expected to last through March 2021.
The incumbent will provide administrative support to the Commissioner of Health in the Metropolitan Area Regional Office (MARO) and to the Deputy and Associate Commissioners assigned to the MARO location. The incumbent will be expected to exercise considerable professionalism and diplomacy in working with NYS and NYC government partners based in NYC, and will need to exercise a high level of discretion and judgement working with confidential material. Other related duties as assigned.
The Associate Program Research Specialist will work within the COVID-19 Contact Tracing data analytics team. The incumbent will oversee and define metrics, develop a plan, oversee and perform the necessary analytics and prepare acceptable reports of findings. The incumbent will provide subject matter expertise to Bureau staff and others on the analytical or research projects assigned to COVID-19 Contact Tracing Unit. The incumbent will supervise staff; oversee the preparation of reports and prepare reports for evaluation of the surveillance systems and lead the preparation of data summary reports, technical guidance, publications, and abstracts for presentations.
The Bureau is responsible for the management and oversight of several DOH mission critical surveillance systems including the Electronic Clinical Laboratory Reporting System (ECLRS), Communicable Disease Electronic Surveillance System (CDESS), the Electronic Syndromic Surveillance System (ESSS), and the Outbreak Management Solution (OMS). BSDS has oversight of the design, development, implementation, maintenance, enhancement and training related to the aforementioned systems, and all aspects of electronic surveillance data for over 60 reportable communicable diseases and emergency communicable disease events to ensure statewide compliance with reporting and tracking for reportable and emerging disease threats. New addition to the portfolio is the COVID-19 data analytics unit.
The Program Research Specialist III will be part of the COVID-19 Contact Tracing data analytics team. This includes support defining metrics, performing the necessary analytics and preparing acceptable reports of findings. The Program Research Specialist III will prepare reports for evaluation of the surveillance systems and lead the preparation of data summary reports, technical guidance and presentations; conduct analysis of COVID-19 contact tracing data and other the Bureau of Surveillance and Data Systems (BSDS) mission critical surveillance systems as it relates to COVID-19 contact tracing; perform other appropriate related duties. The Bureau is responsible for the management and oversight of several DOH mission critical surveillance systems including the Electronic Clinical Laboratory Reporting System (ECLRS), Communicable Disease Electronic Surveillance System (CDESS), the Electronic Syndromic Surveillance System (ESSS), and the Outbreak Management Solution (OMS). BSDS has oversight of the design, development, implementation, maintenance, enhancement and training related to the aforementioned systems, and all aspects of electronic surveillance data for over 60 reportable communicable diseases and emergency communicable disease events to ensure statewide compliance with reporting and tracking for reportable and emerging disease threats. New addition to the portfolio is the COVID-19 data analytics unit.
The incumbent will take the lead on activities for field site operations and field data collection for the National HIV Behavioral Surveillance System Project (NHBS). Duties include overseeing standardized interviews being conducted, rapid blood-based testing, and other field operations. This position is responsible for the review, tabulation, and reconciliation of forms and logs used in the field, HIV testing data, manage and track participant incentives in the field. This position will ensure proper documentation of HIV testing activities, including consent and incentives, making referrals to care and other services. The incumbent will assist with collecting ethnographic data and promoting the project. He/she will assist in conducting trainings for project staff and will conduct interviewer/testing staff evaluations.
The Research Scientist I will perform research related to communicable disease epidemiology activities, including working with state laboratories, local health departments, and other federal, state, and local partners to investigate potential disease clusters support and/or outbreaks; analyze county and region-wide trends in Electronic Clinical Laboratory Reporting System (ECLRS) reporting and Communicable Disease Syndromic Surveillance (CDESS); provide technical assistance to program staff as needed; and provide surge support to regional and LHD staff during simulated and actual public health emergencies. The incumbent will be responsible for tracking grant deliverables and ensuring they are met according to Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP) grant timelines; and perform other appropriate related duties.
The Public Health Physician II will provide clinical oversight and expertise regarding surveillance, investigation, and control of healthcare associated infection (HAI) outbreaks including COVID-19, other emerging public health threats, and common HAIs such as multidrug-resistant organisms. The incumbent will provide clinical expertise and oversight of ELC-related projects in the Central and Regional Office Healthcare Epidemiology and Infection Control (HEIC) programs. The incumbent will supervise staff and perform other appropriate related duties.
The Evaluation Specialist III will work within the Surveillance and Special Projects Unit housed within the Office of Sexual Health and Epidemiology (OSHE). The incumbent will be responsible for conducting epidemiologic analyses, evaluation, and quality assurance activities related to HIV/STI surveillance data, including supporting ETE and 2020 and Beyond efforts and needs. Specifically, the incumbent will be responsible for epidemiologic research and evaluation of HIV/STI co-infection including analytics examining partner networks; coordinating quality assurance and data management activities assisting with development and modification of existing HIV/STI partner services data systems; developing new quality assurance reports for use by county surveillance staff; providing guidance and technical assistance and data systems training to local health departments via phone or webinar; perform grant reporting activities; and perform other appropriate related duties.
The mission of OSHE is to serve as a leader in promoting sexual health through innovative public health practice, promoting sexual positivity, and providing tools to directly and indirectly influence everyone to live a sexually healthy life.
The Principal Software Engineer/Developer will lead technical architecture for computer application development in support of Wadsworth Center’s Health Commerce System (HCS)-based applications rewrite project. The incumbent will manage and oversee technical architecture for redevelopment and oversight of the applications that support the needs of external users which includes providing technical expertise, guidance and visioning the design of complex critical public health applications; manage and lead the development team on all topics of technical design development and construction; supervise staff; perform other appropriate related duties as assigned.