Four Six-Figure Jobs Hiring Now in Pennsylvania
Are you looking for six-figure jobs? You might be in luck, especially if you already live in Pennsylvania. Here are four of the highest-paying positions seeking to be filled in the state, according to the Centre Daily Times.
Chief Information Officer
Salary: $215,000 to $235,000
The Pennsylvania Office of Administration is looking for a person to oversee technical and security architecture across the state. A person in this job would manage IT Services and help government leaders with any technical issues they may be having.
Salary: $128,274 to $174,358
The state’s Department of Corrections is looking for dentists to oversee any operations conducted in different correctional facilities. They will be responsible for supervising other dental staff, as well as providing care for incarcerated people.
Public Health Toxicologist
Salary: $104,998 to $159,551
The Department of Health is looking for a candidate who can evaluate chemical exposures and disseminate the information to the public and minimize any health issues as a result. They are also responsible for coordinating resources in a toxic environmental emergency.
Salary: $92,030 to $139,815
The state is looking for a candidate to fill the viral hepatitis coordinator/epidemiologist position. A person in this position must collaborate with other epidemiologists in Pennsylvania. They will address the efforts to reduce the health effects of this viral illness.
Read more about the six-figure job positions in Pennsylvania in the Centre Daily Times.
A day in the life of an epidemiologist.
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