Computer Programmer III – Rumph & Associates – Atlanta, GA

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Job Title: Computer Programmer III

Job Location: Atlanta, GA

Job Category: Information Technology Professionals

Rumph and Associates, P.C. is seeking a Computer Programmer III.

BACKGROUND

An integrated team of professionals is required to support the multitude of databases, business processes, websites, communication and surveillance activities. In order to perform the necessary tasks associated with these activities that will provide a team comprised of experts across a multitude of disciplines:

  • Develop Internal National Center of Birth Defects and Development Disabilities (NCBDDD) Capacity. NCBDDD needs to assess and periodically reassess its organizational capacity to manage its programs. This includes reviewing organizational structures, the level of operational support required, and administrative systems needed to effectively manage program resources.
  • Provides technical assistance to its public health partners to help them develop and manage programs of national and global significance. Such assistance includes developing program plans, developing organizational capacity, establishing programmatic and administrative data systems, analysis of data, and training.
  • Organize and manage processes to seek advice and consultation from a wide variety of domestic and international entities and individuals. This involves providing advice to the Project Officer on the identification of consultants; setting up and managing meetings; arranging travel and lodging, and processing reimbursement for non-Federal participants; preparing summaries of meetings; and, on occasion, establishing internet-based communications systems to permit rapid sharing of information.
  • Provide technical assistance to recipients of NCBDDD’s funds to help them improve administrative systems and programmatic activities. This may include help in strategic and operational planning, developing organizational capacity, strengthening programmatic and administrative data systems, analysis of data, and training of employees.
  • Technical and analytical support to public and private nonprofit and for-profit organizations, governments and their agencies, universities, colleges, research institutions, hospitals, State and local governments or their bona fide agents, and faith-based organizations to advance the domestic and international goals and objectives of a particular CDC organizational unit.
  • Advice and assistance in web page design and maintenance.
  • Advice and assistance in conducting and administering advisory committee activities, for example, the Board of Scientific Counselors, OMB, etc.
  • Advice and assistance in the management of document security issues unique to several CDC programs whose responsibilities involve them in the receipt and issuance of sensitive material.
  • Advice and assistance of the preparation, updating, and maintaining of data relating to the procurement, maintenance, and disposition of material managed by a particular CDC program, and
  • Advice and assistance on the transportation and materials management aspects of CDC program operations.
  • Provide assistance with CDC’s on-going emergency preparedness and response efforts which include, but not limited to: serving at the CDC’s Emergency Operations Center, developing health education and promotion communications material, and/or providing administrative and logistical support. The support shall be in line with the Statement of Work requirements.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The Birth Defects Monitoring and Research Branch (BDMRB) has multiple projects that require on-site and offsite support to develop, maintain, and enhance the following databases associated with the following projects below, as well as possible new databases:

  • National Birth Defects Prevention Study (NBDPS) / Birth Defects-Study To Evaluate Pregnancy exposures (BD-STEPS)
  • Metropolitan Atlanta Congenital Defects Program (MACDP), BD-MAP, CASES
  • Congenital Heart Defects (CHD) Surveillance / Congenital Heart Survey To Recognize Outcomes, Needs, and well-being (CH-STRONG)

Accurately tracking birth defects and analyzing the collected data is a first step in preventing birth defects. CDC uses tracking and research to identify causes of birth defects, find opportunities to prevent them, and improve the health of those living with birth defects. Understanding the potential causes of birth defects can lead to recommendations, policies, and services to help prevent them. Birth defects tracking systems identify babies born with birth defects and collect information to learn more about these conditions.

The Metropolitan Atlanta Congenital Defects Program (MACDP) is a population-based tracking system for birth defects. MACDP’s purpose is to:

· Track the occurrence of birth defects.

  • Maintain data for use in epidemiologic studies (studies that look at health effects within the population).
  • Understand other health outcomes, such as mortality or death rates, associated with birth defects.
  • Provide data for education and health policy decisions leading to prevention of birth defects.

EDUCATION, REQUIREMENTS, AND MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in Computer Programming, Information Technology, Computer Engineering, Mathematics or a related field.

Minimum of 5 years of relevant experience.

  • Serve as a model to help other programs develop and implement new tracking methods.
  • Collaborate with state and international birth defects programs in tracking and prevention efforts.
  • Provide a training ground for public health scientists in tracking and epidemiologic methods.

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