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Ongoing Opportunities

Environmental Health Analyst: Climate and Tracking Programs

Description: This position provides data collection, data management and analytic support to the Michigan Climate and Health Adaptation Program (MICHAP), the Michigan Environmental Public Health Tracking Program (MiTracking) and other Division of Environmental Health (DEH) epidemiology programs within the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. For MICHAP, this position will be responsible for working with environmental exposure and health outcome data that will be used to conduct surveillance and develop strategies for adapting to the health effects of climate change in Michigan. The Environmental Health Analyst will also work with the MiTracking Program to analyze and map these data for use on the MiTracking web portal. For both Programs, the Analyst will coordinate and track project activities and records, and will assist in outreach, program evaluation, and grant reporting activities. This person may also be asked to assist, as needed, in other epidemiologic activities in DEH.


Education: Possession of a bachelor’s degree (master’s preferred) in any major with a minimum of 8 semester (or 12 term) credit hours in public health, epidemiology, environmental science, or a related discipline. At least one course in statistics that included the use of statistical analytic software. Preference for a strong science background including biology and chemistry courses.

Experience: One year of professional experience in public health or environmental science is desired, which includes data management and analytic activities. Possession of a master’s degree may be substituted for the year of experience.

Equivalent combinations of education and experience that provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities will be evaluated on an individual basis.

Preference will be given to applicants with any of the following: 1) demonstrated knowledge of the general principles of health education and/or environmental health, 2) knowledge of SAS and/or ArcGIS software, 3) experience working with local public health, planning, or environmental organizations, and/or 4) field experience in administering surveys or facilitating focus groups.

Salary:  $41,288.00 - $62,940.80

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Application Deadline: 10/22/2018



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