Friday, February 10, 2012

Position opening - medical director

Maine CDC’s Division of Population Health has an opening for a full-time medical director based in Augusta.  The successful candidate will provide leadership for public health activities within the state that pertain to maternal and child health and chronic diseases and their prevention.  

Direct Hire applications must be completed and sent to Human Resources by Feb. 17.  To learn more, go to: http://go.usa.gov/QaG

Position Description:
The Population Health Medical Director serves as the principal medical subject matter expert and resource in the Population Health Division of the Maine CDC. This position provides leadership and medical direction for public health activities within the state that pertain to maternal and child health and chronic diseases and their prevention. Assists program managers with program planning and implementation. Provides guidance and consultation to ensure programming is evidence-based or best practices. Provides technical assistance to epidemiologists in the Division and assists in developing reports on disease burden and epidemiology. Represents the Division as the medical subject matter expert on internal and external workgroups and committees.

Requirements:
Graduation from an accredited Medical or Osteopathic School in the United States (graduates of foreign medical schools must present evidence of having passed FLEX or National Board Examinations or of current Maine licensure) AND a Masters Degree in Public Health or at least two (2) years of full-time experience in specialty area. Certificate of registration with the right to practice medicine and surgery in Maine as issued by the State Board of Registration of Medicine is required. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in public health, preventive medicine, or quality improvement.

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