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Health Communications Specialist (French)

As a Health Communications Specialist (French), in the department of Health and Human Services you will work in CDC's Joint Information Center in areas such as emergency risk communication content development, partnership outreach, communication surveillance (media monitoring and analysis), emergency clearance and communication tasks tracking. You will develop and implement communication and marketing programs and strategies for the general public and other audiences. You will provide consultation, technical assistance, and training on program and project implementation and work with health communication specialists to ensure activities are based on theory and use accepted principles, methods and practices to achieve optimal program results and promote positive health outcomes.

For a more detailed job description and application information please click the link below.

HOW TO APPLY: Applications are NOT accepted via email. To be considered, apply before midnight EST on May 11, 2015 at:

www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/400032300?share=email

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Federal Retirees Needed to Assist with the 2014 Ebola Response

As part of the 2014 Ebola response, CDC is looking for retired federal employees who are qualified and willing to assist with the emergency response to the Ebola epidemic.

For more information visit http://www.cdc.gov/employment/rehire.html

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