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National Center for Health Statistics Job Posting

Survey Statistician, GS-1530-14 (Lead) NCHS/Division of Vital Statistics is now actively recruiting for a senior-level Statistician (Survey Statistician, Team Lead) that will lead the Statistician Team in the Durham, NC office.

The posting was just released and the links to the posting are provided below. NCHS is actively recruiting for someone with jurisdictional vital statistics experience as well as experience analyzing and using vital statistics data. This team’s primary focus is on vital statistics data quality, working with both jurisdictions and publication Branches in the Division to strategically improve national birth, death, and fetal death data quality. Individuals with interest and experience in vital statistics data quality assurance, leadership, and outlier detection methods are strongly encouraged to apply. If you are interested in this position, please review the posting and consider applying. If you know of others who you think may be a good fit for this position and can meet the specialized experience outlined in the job description, please share the link below with them for consideration. The position is posted through June 26, 2020. Because this position is critical to DVS, recruitment incentives, such as payment for relocation expenses, may be authorized. There are two links for this posting, one for applicants external to federal government (DE) and internal applicants and those with qualifying service (MP). CDC’s HR office encourages applicants to apply through both postings: - MP - DE If you have any questions about the position, please contact Karen Knight ( / 919.541.4414).


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