Under the supervision of the Executive Director of the Office of Long-Term Care Resiliency (OLTCR), this position will be responsible for managing and analyzing the LTC website and dashboard, analyzing and supporting the interoperability of all 657 LTC facilities across NJ, analyzing hot spots and trends in outbreaks, analyzing data acquired from external websites, federal reports, and CDC reports, collating data for report generation, and consulting with Mission Critical teams to define trends and deficiencies within the LTC community.
This position will oversee evaluations and collation of data into reports, will summarize collectively appropriate interventions, and will create documents that will allow for interpretation and appropriate quality assurance measures to be taken.
This position will interpret legislation and provide data-related support to the LTC task force.
This position may be eligible to participate in the Department's pilot telework program, which offers eligible employees the opportunity to work remotely for up to two (2) days per week, as approved by management.
EDUCATION: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Master's degree in a discipline appropriate to the position.
EXPERIENCE: Three (3) years of full-time experience in a field appropriate to the position.
NOTE: A Doctorate in a discipline appropriate to the position may be substituted for two (2) years of experience indicated above.
LICENSE: Appointees will be required to possess a valid driver's license valid in New Jersey only if the operation of a vehicle, rather than employee mobility, is necessary to perform the essentials duties of the position.
New Jersey Department of Health
Improving health through leadership and innovation
The Department’s priority is improving population health by strengthening New Jersey’s health system. The Department’s five branches, Public Health Services, Health Systems, Integrated Health, Office of Population Health and the Office of Policy and Strategic Planning work collaboratively toward that goal. Population health focuses on keeping healthy New Jerseyans well, preventing those at risk from getting sick, and keeping those with chronic conditions from getting sicker. Population health promotes prevention, wellness and equity in all environments, resulting in a healthy New Jersey.