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CDC’s Office of Infectious Diseases (OID), National Center for HIV, Viral Hepatitis, STD and TB Prevention (NCHHSTP), Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention (DHAP), is recruiting to fill an Animal Health Technician job vacancy in Atlanta, GA.The selected candidate will coordinate and perform animal treatment studies, and specimen collection in connection with HIV/AIDS chemoprophylaxis and microbicide research. View the Full job posting Apply by September 28.
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CDC Filling Key Positions to Combat the Opioid Crisis
CDC has been granted direct hiring authority to fill critical jobs to help combat the Opioid crisis. The Opioid epidemic claimed over 64,000 lives last year. This direct hire authority allows CDC to fill various jobs without going through the competitive process.View CDC Opioid job postings . View our job openings.
Note: Some jobs will be filled through direct hire and others will be filled competitively.
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Did you know that 8 out of 10 employees would recommend CDC as an employer of choice? Employee engagement and satisfaction are on the rise at CDC. HHS ranks no. 2, and CDC achieved its highest BPTW Index score (75) ever, in 2017 BPTW standings.
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The Pathways Program for students and college graduates can be your ticket to a rewarding public health career with the CDC. Learn more about career pathways at CDC.
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As part of the leading national public health protection agency in the United States, you will play a key role in helping to protect the world from the threat of deadly diseases such as HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis. It’s an immense responsibility, and your expertise, whether scientific or nonscientific, will help us carry out this vital mission.
I am CDC - Video Series
This is a series of videos designed to highlight the work of staff across CDC, informing potential job applicants of the scope of the agency's work, encompassing both administrative and scientific functions.
Diversity at CDC
The goal of CDC is to employ a workforce as diverse as the world itself. We promote an environment that embraces the differences between us and strengthens the bonds formed by our similarities.Learn more about Diversity at CDC.