Are you an innovative leader, who has experience providing public health scientific expertise to promote and improve the health and safety of the public? Are you passionate about transforming and modernizing Public Health? If so, the Oregon Health Authority needs your leadership!
What you will do
As the Health Officer you will lead the delivery of cutting-edge public health services to Oregonians by providing medical and evidence-based consultation and promoting prevention of leading causes of disease, death, and injury statewide. As a crucial key leader, the State Epidemiologist will serve as the senior scientist responsible for supporting the public health system at the state and local levels by providing direction and consultation about epidemiologic issues.
This key position will establish and maintain constructive and collaborative working relationships with public officials, coordinated care organizations, local and national governments, state legislature, academic partners, and community partners. You will play a key role in overseeing the State Health Improvement Plan and identify the final priorities for the 2020-2024 plan. The Health Officer/State Epidemiologist will serve as a conduit between the Oregon Health Authority, the Governor’s Office, the Centers for Disease and Control and Prevention, and other federal, state, and local partners.
What is in it for you
You will serve as part of the Public Health executive team and oversee science and epidemiologist councils. In addition, you will lead a dynamic, collaborative team of professionals and work with public health experts, and stakeholders from throughout the state. Your leadership will guide a cutting edge integrated public health delivery system through new evidence-based practices and partnerships with coordinated care organization to advance Oregon health system transformation. We offer full medical, vision and dental with paid sick leave, vacation, personal leave and ten paid holidays per year plus pension and retirement plans. Bring your passion to help transform the state's health care delivery system to achieve the triple aim of better health, better care, and lower cost.
What we are looking for