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1. From the descriptions below, select the one which best describes your experience and meets the qualification requirements for Senior Advisor to the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, SL-0685-00.
For each task in the following group, choose the statement from the list below that best describes your experience and/or training. Please select only one letter for each item.
2. Provides information and updates to senior CDC leadership personnel regarding vital issues, multi-functional studies, analytical approaches, expert-level findings, and substantive recommendations that are primarily used as the basis for key executive-level management decisions.
3. Provides leadership and collaborates with program officials and executives in the development and implementation of long-range public health programs.
4. Serves as a senior level advisor that interprets information and briefs management officials on directives and guidance related to activities for a public health program.
5. Serves as principal advisor to develop objectives and direct overall program planning, policy, and execution for current and emerging issues for a public health program and activities.
6. Meets with executives and program managers to discuss and present emerging public health and other issues/problems of major scope and concern, and collaborate with various authorities.
7. Maintains a continuous exchange of information, in the form of reports, statistics, and written commentary in coordinating activities with the program officials and other executives.
8. Serves as a consultant on the application and integration of science, policy, and directives in the prevention and control of conditions and risk factors related to a public health program.
9. Provides leadership and collaboration with management officials in identifying and implementing systems and processes related to operations planning and execution activities supporting a public health program.
10. Serves as senior advisor to plan, develop, establish, and execute strategies, guidance, and policy related to initiatives for a public health program.
11. Promotes the use of innovative approaches and solutions to support program planning and evaluation activities at the Federal or state government level.
12. Serves as representative at public health forums, consisting of members from key public health organizations to formulate strategies and policies with broad national and international impact.
13. Serves on review committees, study groups, and public health task groups in the review of and development of public health policies, procedures, and guidelines related to program activities and public health impact.
14. Serves as advisor in determining direction, creation, and implementation of policies, guidelines, regulations to promote and support mission responsibilities for a public health program.
15. Directs the formulation of organization-wide policies, procedures, and processes that support the strategic plan for a public health program.
16. Identifies and analyzes the impact of public health policies as they relate to all aspects of a public health program.
17. Serves as a senior level advisor for issues identification and analysis of the impact on public health policies as they relate to all aspects of programmatic activities for a public health program.
18. Serves as principal advisor on all international public health programmatic and policy activities for both domestic and international impact covering broad and complex multi-functional aspects for a public health program.
19. Serves as Chair of panels and working groups at the senior management level as the authority across agencies to assure cooperative and collegial results are achieved to support organizational goals and regulatory requirements.
20. Serves as interface with federal and state partners to build collaborations in the public and private sectors with experience gained through leading coalitions or multi-sectored organizations.
21. Represents the agency as spokesperson to defend public health or other policy issues to Congress, state, and local governments, private industry, consumer organizations, and the scientific community.
22. Represents the agency as spokesperson in executive level and sub-cabinet level meetings, congressional hearings, and with representative of groups and associations to achieve coordination and cooperation in achieving objectives.