Position Title: Manager
Reports to: Vice President, Typhoid Programs
Location: Washington, DC
The Manager will play a key epidemiological role in the Surveillance of Enteric Fever in Asia Project (SEAP), working closely with the Vice President, Typhoid Programs, team members and research partners. SEAP is an established surveillance system, which enables the systematic collection of data on enteric fever to fill the knowledge gaps related to the population impact and burden of enteric fever. Data being collected includes incidence, mortality, complications, hospitalization, economic impact of disease, long-term sequelae, and clinical outcome differences between drug-sensitive and drug-resistant Salmonella Typhi and Salmonella Paratyphi. The Manager is responsible for ensuring the high quality and on-time delivery of data analysis and results dissemination of SEAP, including communicating the findings effectively through scientific publications and internal and external reports.