Opportunity to Help Prevent Sexual and Domestic Violence in Massachusetts 

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Position: Sexual and Domestic Violence Epidemiologist 
Office of Statistics and Evaluation

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health(MDPH) is seeking a dedicated and experienced epidemiologist with a passion for preventing sexual and domestic violence, advancing public health, and improving the lives of individuals across the Commonwealth.

This incumbent will serve as a valued member in the Division of Sexual and Domestic Violence Prevention and Services.  This position will support MDPH rape/sexual assault/dating violence/adult intimate partner violence prevention programs by providing input into short and long-term planning, implementing data collection protocols, providing technical assistance, analyzing existing process and surveillance data sets, accessing and/or preparing and analyzing new data sources, and contributing to written reports, oral presentations, and professional publications. This information is fundamental to informing strategic planning, coordinating communication, providing outreach, and contributing to cross-departmental initiatives related to sexual and domestic violence.

The ideal candidate will have: 
–More than 4 years of experience in epidemiology.
–A demonstrated commitment to health equity.
–Master’s of Public Health with a focus on social and behavioral health.

Learn more about our important work: https://www.mass.gov/orgs/department-of-public-health

Please note that preference is given to applications received within the first 14 days of posting; please consider applying by Friday July 22, 2022. 

About Massachusetts Department of Public Health

DPH keeps people healthy and communities strong. We promote the health and well-being of all residents by ensuring access to high-quality public health and healthcare services, focusing on prevention and wellness, and health equity for all.