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The incumbent serves as a Highway Safety Specialist (EMS Specialist) in the Office of Emergency Medical Services (OEMS), Research and Program Development (RPD) and reports to the Office Director. The Office has national responsibility for developing, promoting, implementing, and evaluating new programs, providing technical assistance, guidance and support, and coordinating program activities relative to comprehensive Emergency Medical Services (EMS) system development, the National EMS Information System (NEMSIS), statewide EMS systems, EMS evidence-based treatment and system guidelines, EMS research, and national EMS education standards. The Office is also responsible for administration and support of the statutory Federal Interagency Committee on Emergency Medical Services (FICEMS) and for the statutorily created National EMS Advisory Council (NEMSAC).
NHTSA is looking for an experienced Highway Safety Specialist to conceptualize, develop, manage, and oversee projects of national significance to improve emergency medical services and emergency health care including those that implement projects that demonstrate successful strategies for enhancing the collection and strategic analysis of emergency medical services data which result in improved EMS, highway safety and pre-hospital health care systems throughout the nation. The ideal candidate will have a strong understanding of the use of date for policy making and influencing public opinion. The candidate must also have knowledge in current EMS clinical and systems literature.
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As a Highway Safety Specialist, you will:
- Work with the technical complexities and the policy issues of comprehensive emergency medical services (EMS) systems, 911 systems, highway safety, trauma and other time-sensitive care systems, at the local, State and Federal level.
- Develop, manage and evaluate complex local, State or national emergency medical services, 911 systems, highway safety programs and projects involving intricate relationships among diverse Federal agencies and non-Federal partners.
- Has verbal, written, negotiating and persuasion skills in working with officials at all governmental levels and with private industry and special interest groups related to emergency medical services, 911 systems and highway safety issues.
- Work on a team (i.e., improvement, issue, program, or interagency team), work under pressure and respond in tight time frames.
Who May Apply
This job is open to…
- Current Federal Employees
- Former Federal Employees
- Overseas Employees
- Merit Promotion
- Status Candidates
- Schedule A
- Individuals with Disabilities
- Military Spouses
- Peace Corp
- 30% Disabled
- Fulbright Fellows, Gilman Scholarship, and Critical Language Scholarship Program alumni
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