Job Opportunities

Clark County

Solid Waste Program Manager II. Applications are being accepted for a full time Solid Waste Program Manager II. Position is responsible for managing the services and staff within Environmental Public Health (EPH) Solid Waste Program within Clark County Public Health (CCPH). Responsibilities involve working collaboratively with Clark County’s participating cities in setting county-wide and regional program goals, objectives, and policies; researching, analyzing and evaluating Clark County’s solid waste disposal recycling and waste reduction needs; planning, developing, and implementing programs to meet identified needs; and directing and coordinating employees and contract personnel in implementing programs. Complete announcement can be found here. Salary:$6,214 – $8,779 per month. Posting date: 4/11/2017. Deadline: open until filled.

Health Assessment and Evaluation Program Manager II. Applications are being accepted for a full time Health Assessment and Evaluation Program Manager II. This position provides overall leadership and management of the Public Health Department’s Health Assessment and Evaluation (HAE) team, which includes cross-department and community supporting functions of epidemiology, health assessment, community engagement, Public Health accreditation, and program evaluation. The position is intended to engage internal and external partners in developing data-driven programs and policy decisions regarding community health. This is also a hands-on position providing epidemiology research and program evaluation support, technical assistance, and science-based theory to the HAE team. Complete announcement can be found here. Salary:$6,214 – $8,779 per month. Posting date: 4/11/2017. Deadline: open until filled.

North Central ESD

Occupational Therapist.Applications are being accepted for a full time Occupational Therapist. Complete announcement can be found here. Salary: $65,919 – $79,128 per year. Posting date: 4/17/2017. Deadline: 4/20/2017

Occupational Therapist.

Physical Therapist. Applications are being accepted for a 108 to 120 day Physical Therapist. Complete announcement can be found here. Salary: $65,919 – $79,128 per year. Posting date: 4/18/2017. Deadline: 5/2/2017

PeaceHealth

System Director of Community Health. Applications are being accepted for a full time System Director of Community Health. Position is responsible for participating in the development of the overall strategy for and leading PeaceHealth’s community health programs and operations. This includes planning, developing, directing and overseeing the systemwide implementation of these initiatives. Evaluates emerging community health models and implements population based health improvement plans in partnership with other institutions or community entities. Complete announcement can be found here, or by email. Salary: DOE. Posting date: 1/10/2017. Deadline: open until filled.

PIRG Campus Action

Campus Organizer at University of Washington. Our organizers work on college campuses across the country to empower students to make a difference on critical environmental and social issues. We’re looking for people who have the passion and the drive it takes to win positive change on these important issues, and who aren’t afraid of hard work. If that sounds like you, consider working with us. You’ll organize and build the campus chapter into something that works — now, and for years to come. You’ll recruit hundreds of students to volunteer and get involved, and teach them how to plan and run effective campaigns through internships and on-the-ground training. You’ll build relationships with faculty and administrators, while organizing news events and rallies, and generating the grassroots support it takes to win campaigns. During the summer, you’ll run a citizen outreach office, building the organization by canvassing and training others to canvass. And you’ll learn from some of the best organizers in the country—people who have been doing this work for more than 30 years. Complete announcement can be found here. Apply online here. Salary: The target annual compensation for this position is $25,500 in the first year. Posting date: 2/22/2017. Deadline: immediate position, open until filled.

Snohomish Health District

Disease Intervention Specialist. The Snohomish Health District is currently accepting applications for a Full Time Disease Intervention Specialist (DIS) in its Tuberculosis (TB) Control and Refugee Health program. The incumbent is responsible for TB contact investigations and screening as well as targeted testing to identify people who have active or latent tuberculosis. Incumbent works closely with public health nurses, TB Control Officer, community to provide necessary screening, education regarding TB testing and prevention. Incumbent collaborates with internal staff, other local health jurisdictions and state TB staff to coordinate contact investigations and reporting. Complete Announcement can be found on their website. Salary $4,760 to $6,379/month depending on experience. Posting date: 05/16/2017. open until filled with first review date of applicants Friday, May 26, 2017.

Environmental Health Specialist I or II. The Snohomish Health District is currently accepting application materials for Environmental Health Specialist (EHS) I or II depending on experience and Registered Sanitarian status. This recruitment is open to all qualified candidates and will be used to build a list of applicants eligible for Environmental Health Specialist vacancies. Under the direction of an Environmental Health Supervisor, or designee, incumbent will conduct routine duties as described Position Description posted to their website. Complete announcement can be found on their website. Salary $4,174 to $6,799/month, depending on experience. Posting Date: 04/19/2017. Deadline: Ongoing Recruitment.

Health Officer. The Snohomish Health District is currently accepting resumes for a Health Officer. The Health Officer serves as Chief Medical Officer for the Snohomish Health District with responsibility for the control and prevention of disease. The Health Officer may provide similar services to other local health jurisdictions under shared services agreement(s) between Snohomish Health District and those local health jurisdiction(s). Under policy direction from the local Board(s) of Health, the Health Officer is responsible for and empowered to enforce the provisions of RCW 70.05.070, RCW 70.58.020 and other applicable state laws. Complete Announcement can be found on their website. Salary $175,000 to $187,000 Annually, Depending on Experience. Posting date: 12/23/2016. Deadline: Open until filled.

Public Health Nurse. The Snohomish Health District is currently accepting application materials for a Public Health Nurse. This recruitment is open to all qualified candidates and will be used to build a list of applicants eligible for Public Health Nurse (PHN) vacancies. PHNs will provide direct care and health promotion services for individuals, families and community groups in any of the District provided services such as; Vaccine Preventable Disease Outreach, First Steps, Children with Special Healthcare Needs, Early Intervention, Maternal Child Health, Communicable Disease Surveillance and Response, Child Care Health, Tuberculosis Control, Refugee Screening. Current Vacancy in Tuberculosis and Refugee Program. Complete Announcement can be found on their website. Salary $4,953 to $7,051/month, Depending on Experience. Posting date: 04/19/2017. Deadline: Ongoing Recruitment.

Spokane Regional Health District

Health Officer- PT (30 hrs/wk). Applications are being accepted for a Health Officer- part time (30 hrs./wk.) This position enforces local & state public health laws, serves as chief medical officer for the health district and provides highly complex staff assistance. Complete announcement can be found on their website. Salary: $112,500 to $158,298.84 ($9,375.00 to $13,191.57 monthly) depending on experience. Posting date: 02/10/2016. Open until filled.

Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department

Communicable Disease Network Nurse. Looking for a place to apply your professional nursing skills by promoting public health through efforts to prevent and control communicable and vaccine preventable diseases? Join our Public Health Nurse Consultant Program as a Public Health Nurse I. Learn more and apply here. Salary: $28.24 / $36.39 Hourly. Posting date: March 17, 2017. Deadline: Open until filled.

Thurston County Public Health and Social Services Department

Director, Public Health and Social Services. Applications are being accepted for a regular full-time Director for Public Health and Social Services. Thurston County seeks an experienced executive with a strong background in public policy, coalition building, communications, public health, housing and behavioral health. The Director will have strong staff development, community and intergovernmental relations and administrative skills to strengthen the department’s capacity in managing, administering and executing public health efforts. The Director will develop, foster, and nurture partnerships with non-profit organizations, regional and state agencies and private philanthropies that benefit Thurston County residents. Complete Announcement can be found on their website. Salary: $8,447 to $11,263/month depending on experience. Posting date: 1/9/2017. Deadline: Continuous – Open until filled.

Washington State Association of Local Public Health Officials (WSALPHO)

Managing Director. This position is responsible for oversight of WSALPHO’s administrative and financial systems and helps lead strategic planning initiatives within public health. The Managing Director works closely with the Board of Directors and Board Committees to strengthen the organization’s operations and programs including membership, professional development, and policy/advocacy. The Managing Director is the main point of contact for WSALPHO members and represents the Association in local governmental public health matters. Transparency, extensive collaboration, engagement and effective communications are critical success factors for the position. In this capacity, the Managing Director facilitates the entire operation of the Association under the general direction of the Board of Directors of the Association and the joint supervision of the WSALPHO Chair/President and the Executive Director of the Washington State Association of Counties (WSAC). Education and Experience Required: Bachelor’s Degree in Public Health, Public Administration, Business, Association Management, or related field is required with seven (7) years of progressively responsible and relevant professional experience, which includes five (5) years management experience in public health or a mid- to large-sized health agency, including supervisory responsibility. For questions please contact Pete Mayer at pmayer@snohd.org or Eric Johnson atejohnson@wsac.org. For detailed qualifications and information to apply, go here. Salary: $97-113K annually. Posting date 10/26/2016. Deadline: Open until filled, First Review on 11/14/2016.

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