CDC field staff are invaluable first-line defense against public health threats. Whether stationed across the U.S. or in centers around the world, our experts provide outstanding scientific ex-pertise to local and state health districts, local and state depart-ments of health, and international health organizations and min-istries of health to better address global challenges such as HIV/AIDS, malaria, emergency and refugee health, infectious and emerging diseases, non-communicable diseases, injuries, and more. Knowledge gleaned from this work is used to develop and
advocate public health policies and practices that strengthen national and international health and resilience.
Orientation OverviewEmployees reporting for duty at field sites will undergo the following process:
Part 1: Logistics and Learning
Field staff must participate in Part 1 of the New Employee Orientation program via one of the following:
Videoconference (Adobe Connects/Web Conference or Live Meeting); or
Envision (national CDC locations only).
Connection and login information will be provided in the HCRMO welcome letter sent to new employees.
Part 2: Exploring the World of CDC
Field staff have 60 days from their entrance on duty date to complete Part 2 of the orientation process, which may be accessed via the Access Management System (AMS) portal. Employees will be able to view the PowerPoint and video presentations given by speakers, and click on the links pro-vided to learn more about CDC programs, offices and amenities.
Center-, Institute- or Office-specific OrientationYour CIO may have additional onboarding procedures that you will need to complete. More...
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