Director of Communicable Disease Control

Job Description

A Director of Communicable Disease Control may work under the supervision of a Medical Director and is responsible for Management of the Communicable Disease Control Program including:

  • Budget and development,
  • Development and management of contracts with community agencies, and health care providers;
  • Program planning; implementation, evaluation and assuring compliance with state guidelines and policies for communicable disease control,
  • Prevention and control of lead poisoning, and HIV/AIDS programs.

Minimum Qualifications: Master's Degree in Public Health, Epidemiology, Public Health Administration, or a related field required AND five years of related experience.