This position serves as a Lead Senior Economist, providing national leadership on the application of epidemic and economic modeling methods, data, and principles to plan, coordinate, and conduct public health activities, in support of Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention (DHAP) mission.Learn more about this agency
As a Lead Economist, you will:
- Serve as the lead for epidemic and economic modeling research and evaluation of agency, system, program, and practice effectiveness including all such activities related to Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention (DHAP) mission.
- Analyze and interpret the epidemiologic and economic impact of proposed interventions, policies, programs, and budgets for DHAP.
- Conduct economic evaluations of proposed or existing policies and programs and to interpret the findings of such studies.
- Consult on the development and evaluation of research projects in DHAP, NCHHSTP, and CDC which, while not primarily economic in focus, have important economic components.
- Coordinate and collaborate within and across DHAP, CDC, and other governmental agencies and outside organizations to promote the adoption of effective methods, conduct economic evaluations of proposed or existing policies, interventions, and/or programs, and to interpret the related findings.
- Monitor changing requirements for economic data involving the public health system and related systems through participation in national and international meetings, and through contact with other components of the Federal government, advisory committees, and professional organizations.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel up to 10% Domestic for this position.
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