As a HRSA Public Health Analyst at the GS-12 or GS-13 level, you implement public health programs by providing support to national, state, and/or local agencies and organizations in the development, extension, and improvement of their public health care systems and services.
Your duties and responsibilities include:
Providing leadership to agencies and organizations in the development, extension, and improvement of their health care systems, strategies, and services.
Analyzing and evaluating the effectiveness of program operations, including, but not limited to: researching information, generating reports, compiling data, designing limited studies, conducting surveys, and coordinating public health activities.
Planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluating content or projected public health programs to assess their success in achieving objectives for various initiatives.
Reviewing legislation in order to develop strategies and approaches for implementing programs, and prepares issue and policy papers; analyzing established public health policy and recommending related areas for improvement.
About HRSA HIV/AIDS BUREAU
The Health Resources and Services Administration’s (HRSA) Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program provides a comprehensive system of HIV primary medical care, essential support services, and medications for low-income people with HIV. The program funds grants to states, cities, counties, and local community-based organizations to provide care and treatment services to people with HIV to improve health outcomes and reduce HIV transmission among hard-to-reach populations.
More than half of people with diagnosed HIV in the United States receive services through the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program each year. That means more than half a million people received services through the program.
Over the last three decades, HRSA’s Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program has played a critical role in the United States’ public health response to HIV. What was once a deadly disease is now a manageable, chronic condition, if there is access to high-quality health care, support, and appropriate medical treatment.. In 2019, 88.1 percent of Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program clients were virally suppressed, exceeding the national average of 64.7 percent.
First authorized in 1990, the Program is funded at $2.39 billion in fiscal year 2020. The Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program is administered by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), HIV/AIDS Bureau (HAB).