Certification & Education
- Minimum of a master’s degree in Genetic, Public Health or Biology
- Experience analyzing medical records to determine outcomes associated with prenatal exposures.
- Knowledge supporting SET-NET, MAT-LINK and other birth defects surveillance activities.
- Experience maintaining data quality through training and assessments.
- Experience performing data collection compliance, system implementation, including design, testing, installing and maintenance of the surveillance system.
The purpose of this requirement is to support CDC in its effort to gather and analyze data from longitudinal pregnant people and infant surveillance and Birth Defects surveillance/registry systems, as well as provide services to support CDC activities related to neonatal abstinence syndrome to make use of existing state bio surveillance and other surveillance tools to improve voluntary, de-identified prenatal and newborn health data. Data may include opioid-related information before and during pregnancy to reduce risks associated with neonatal abstinence syndrome and optimize care.
- Use existing medical record data and other collected health information to determine the full spectrum of possible adverse infant and child outcomes associated with prenatal exposures
- Provide input, advice, and support to SET-NET, MAT-LINK, and other birth defects surveillance related activities including the preparation of reports, presentations, and papers for publication in scientific journals and the development of guidance and other communication materials for a clinical audience
- Provide expert clinical review for accuracy and completeness of to SET-NET, MAT-LINK, and other birth defects surveillance data and support efforts to maintain and improve data quality through training and ongoing assessments including review of processes and procedures, clarification of case definitions, and review of data submission requirements
- Support clinical components of the program, including mentoring of clinicians and scientific staff involved with collection and interpretation of clinical data
- Serve as a point of contact for health care providers and provide technical support to the providers
Education & Certification
Minimum of a master’s degree in Genetic, Public Health or Biology
Atlanta, GA (Eligible for telework)
Lukos has been delivering professional services to the Federal Government for 15 years. We help a variety of federal agencies in areas such as national security, homeland security, international development, training, analytics, healthcare, and other professional services. Since our founding, we have grown to support all military services and multiple federal civilian agencies.
About Our Name: Lukos is ancient Greek for “wolf”. The characteristics of the wolf match our approach to national security. The wolf is known for cunning, aggression, patience, and teamwork. An individual wolf is smart, strong, and resilient, but the true strength of wolves is their ability to work together as a wolfpack. Kipling said it best in The Law of the Jungle.
“For the strength of the pack is the wolf, and the strength of the wolf is the pack.”
At Lukos we take care of our pack by offering full time employees competitive benefits to include: medical, dental, vision, 401(k), life insurance, short and long term disability coverage, paid time off and Federal holidays.
Lukos is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or national origin.