Prevention Research Branch in CDC’s Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention

Feb 06, 2015

The Prevention Research Branch in CDC’s Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention is seeking exceptional candidates with expertise in behavioral science and HIV prevention for a Team Lead position (GS-14, Lead Behavioral Scientist).  The mission of the Operational Research Team (ORT) is to conduct research to improve the efficacy, effectiveness and sustainability of evidence-based HIV prevention programs and activities, and to support the dissemination, availability, accessibility and acceptability of services and products used or desired by prevention providers and served communities. The ORT lead oversees a portfolio of quantitative and qualitative research activities focused on the development and evaluation of HIV prevention interventions, tools and strategies for populations at risk and provides expert consultation to the branch, division, and federal partners.  The ORT lead serves as a member of the branch senior leadership team and directs a staff of 12 federal employees, along with several contract staff and fellows, all with Ph.D. or master’s degrees.
Please share this announcement with anyone who may be interested, and note the short application period. The posting closes on February 16, 2015. Questions may be directed to Dr. Linda Koenig, 404-639-5192 (  
How to Apply
·       Apply online at by February 16, 2015
·       All eligible and interested candidates should apply to
If you are currently a Federal employee you can apply at
Linda J. Koenig, PhD, MS
Chief, Prevention Research Branch
Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
1600 Clifton Rd, MS E-37; Atlanta, GA 30329
(0) 404-639-5192; (F) 404-639-1950; email:

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