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    This position requires professional expertise in the health sciences and epidemiology, coupled with extensive knowledge of computer technology, statistical analysis and business management concepts and practices.

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    As a Supervisory Statistician (Health), you will:

    • Establish operational policies and processes consistent with authorizing legislation, regulations and the broad framework of NCHS/CDC/DHHS policies.
    • Analyze situations and operational issues to identify the need to establish or revise policies, and develop or revise policy as needed.
    • Represent the Research Data Center (RDC), at conferences and meetings, and in testimony in hearings and other situations.
    • Present to professional associations and academics on the work of the RDC, and promotes use of RDC resources to support research activities.
    • Meet regularly with stakeholders in other Federal agencies supplying data to the RDC, as well as the Census Bureau, to discuss operational and policy issues, negotiate solutions and arrive at acceptable resolution of problems that protect the interests of all parties and provides appropriate support to RDC customers.
    • Develop long-range plans, formulate policies and evaluate the effectiveness of current RDC operations.
    • Direct and supervise a staff of 12 to 20 professionals in health sciences, statistics and information technology.
    • Other duties as assigned.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - 5% Domestic

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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