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OK Health Department hiring Gonorrhea Field Surveillance Specialist

Get those resumes ready, Moles!

In this week's edition of "Ogle Job Finders" – our public service series where we alert our immature and unemployed readers to local employment opportunities – we're happy to announce the Oklahoma Health Department is hiring a Gonorrhea Field Surveillance Specialist.

The full-time position pays $53,847, and is an excellent job opportunity for people who want to work in public health, and don't mind lying to friends, family members, and potential sexual partners about what they do for a living.

Here are some details:

OSDH is seeking a full time Gonorrhea Field Surveillance Specialist providing support to the Sexual Health and Harm Reduction Service to serve in the Oklahoma City location...

This position is responsible for conducting active surveillance of specified gonorrhea cases, as well as untreated pregnant females with chlamydia and/or gonorrhea. This position will also participate in the Outbreak Response Team and CDC's COPHI (Cases of Public Health Importance) investigations and HIV active surveillance.

Yep, not only will you need to conduct "active surveillance of specified gonorrhea cases," but you'll also need to monitor "untreated pregnant females with chlamydia and/or gonorrhea." Basically, the job requires that you spend a lot of time cruising up and down SE 59th in Valley Brook.

According to the job description, the ideal candidate will have "Knowledge of communicable diseases, particularly Gonorrhea," which makes for one hell of an interview question.

"So Bob, tell me about your knowledge of Gonorrhea? It says here you studied it extensively in college."

Anyway, I guess that concludes this edition of Ogle Job Finders. If you're interested in the position, you can apply here. We'll be back next time when Carter County posts a job opening for a Syphilis Field Surveillance Specialist.

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