Food Emergency Information Coordinator - College Park, MD


U.S. Food and Drug Administration




Food and Drug Administration offers 2-yr fellowship

(contract) to person with science degree or advanced degree in information technology/management or public health, to track, interpret, extract, organize, manage, and coordinate communication of vital information during food-related emergencies. FDA decisions during food emergencies depend on interpretation and up-to-the-minute management of large volumes of information from multiple sources, and on sharing of info among FDA departments and other government agencies, scientists, information technologists, and policy officials; e.g., CDC. Examples of work include managing information, as above; giving written and oral reports; assisting in development of an electronic information-management system. Includes elements of information technology, food safety, epidemiology, microbiology, and environmental investigation, with multidisciplinary team approach. Minimal travel. Stipend ranges from $60K-73K with travel, relocation, and training provided. Across from Metro in College Park, MD. Attractive building with free gym. Email resume/cover letters to:

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