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Alliance for a Healthier Generation

  • (Resilience in School Environment) RISE Program Manager. The (Resilience in School Environment) RISE Program Manager, Healthy Schools and Communities Program is responsible for the overall management and implementation of the RISE Initiative in a specific state or region. The RISE Initiative will activate schools to increase student and staff resilience through the implementation of policy, system, and environmental improvements that reshape school disciplinary practices. These practices will foster strong, positive relationships between students and caring adults, promote the importance of a healthy, safe, and caring school environment, build student and staff resilience skills through state-of-the-art learning experiences, and link students and staff to needed mental health services. Responsibilities will include delivery of direct technical assistance to schools and coordination of technical assistance needs with national Healthier Generation staff. The Program Manager will develop, cultivate and manage key relationships within target schools, district, and regions. S/he will be accountable for the engagement of schools and districts and to provide hands-on guidance and support to key school leaders to coordinate the implementation of the RISE Initiative. This position will engage stakeholders that result in Healthier Generation visibility and promotion within assigned region and should be identified as a leader in their region demonstrating the capacity to support an organization-led, community-wide intervention. The Program Manager should have a genuine interest and commitment to making kids’ lifestyle healthier. To access the full position description and application, visit https://healthiergenerationtraining.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?site=1&id=113. Posting Date: 05/26/2019. 

 

Central Washington University

  • Full-time Lecturer (2019-2020). The Department of Health Sciences at Central Washington University (CWU) seeks a full-time, non-tenure track lecturer in public health. This position will have instructional responsibilities in both the undergraduate program and newly launched Graduate Certificate and Master of Public Health programs, delivered across a range of learning modalities (campus-based, online, hybrid, and distance education). Minimum Qualifications: 1. Masters degree in public health, or related field (MPH, MSPH) 2. Record of teaching effectiveness at the undergraduate and/or graduate level 3. Experience teaching online, hybrid, and/or distance education courses. Preferred Qualifications: 1. Terminal Degree (PhD, DrPH, or related). Candidates with background and training in epidemiology, biostatistics or quantitative research methods will be given preference. 2. Ability to contribute to collaborative working relationships with Department faculty, staff, and administrators. 3. Commitment to diversity and inclusivity through demonstrated experience. To access the full position description and application, visit www.careers.cwu.edu (Job ID: 2777). CWU is an EEO/AA/Title IX/Veteran/Disability Employer. Posting Date: 03/11/2019. 

 

Clark County  

  • Communicable Disease Prevention and Control, Medical Examiner, and Emergency Response Director. Senior management position, reporting to the Health Officer-Administrator, executive-level responsibility for the administration of Public Health. The position has a broad portfolio in directing and managing the Health Response and Prevention Division. Provides supervision; day to day leadership; plans; organizes; allocates human and capital resources; develops, manages and supports implementation of program goals and priorities; ensures that programs meet applicable local, state and federal guidelines and contract requirements; provides training and support in implementing recruitment processes; prepared to serve in a command position under emergency incident command structure; may be requested to manage the department per the request of, the Health Officer-Administrator. Apply on their websiteSalary Grade: M2.831 ($7,114.00 - $10,050.00) per month. Close Date: Open Until Filled. Posting Date: 04/25/19

 

  • Deputy Health Officer. The Health Officer program is intended to provide a unified and systemic approach to delivering regional health officer services to the local health departments serving Clark and other counties contracting with Clark. The program aims to accomplish this through providing high-quality health officer services, and participating in a developmental approach to enhancing the departments’ capacities to assess community health status, choose appropriate population health priorities and strategies and develop and provide high-quality public health services to address these priorities and strategies. Apply on their website. Salary Grade: $10,558- $14,922 per month (pro-rated based on FTE). Closing Date: 05/24/2019. Posting Date: 04/25/19.

 

  • Health Assessment and Evaluation Program Coordinator I. This key position works within the Health Assessment and Evaluation Team to support/lead the planning, developing, and structuring of program evaluations; qualitative data collection, data analysis and data reporting; and representing the department at various local and state meetings related to public health assessment, data analysis and research activities. The position will require a high level of attention to detail, working collaboratively with program managers and staff, presenting data to the public, external partners and community leaders, using an “equity lens” in our work, and engaging/maintaining relationships with external partners and stakeholders. This position will report to the Healthy Communities Program Manager. The first review of applications will take place after May 3rd. Apply on their websiteSalary: M2.816 ($4,914.00 - $6,941.00) per month. Closing Date: 05/13/2019. Posting Date: 04/24/2019.

 

Cowlitz County Health & Human Services

  • Public Health Nurse I-II. The Cowlitz County Health & Human Services Departments is currently accepting applications for: Public Health Nurse I-II.  This position provides population-based public health nursing services to individuals, communities, and systems, primarily working in Maternal-Child Health Programs.  Makes appropriate nursing diagnosis; plans and implements nursing interventions and evaluates outcomes of interventions in individuals, communities, and systems. Provides individual and group health promotion and disease prevention activities.  Complete Announcement and Position Description can be found on their websiteSalary: $45,840 to $68,196/year. Closing Date: Open Until Filled.  Posting Date: 01/23/2019.

 

King County Public Health

  • STD Disease Intervention Specialist. The Disease Research & Intervention Specialist (DRIS) provides client-focused HIV/STD screening, assesses client risk behaviors for contracting/transmitting HIV, hepatitis and other STDs, and explores risk reduction methods to promote and support client behavior change. The DRIS conducts all phases of disease investigation with the majority of this position concentrated in syphilis and some patient/partner locating, interviewing and linking to treatment/testing/care, partner counseling and referral services, and sporadic field investigation. This position involves regular, timely, data entry into disease surveillance databases. This recruitment may be used to hire STT, TLT, Career Service for the next 6 months ending by 1/31/2020. The position is expected to last until June of 2020. For more information about the Prevention Division or STD Clinic see: Public Health - Seattle and King County Public Health STD Clinic siteSalary: $29.78 - $37.75 Hourly. Closing Date: 06/07/2019. Posting Date: 05/26/2019.

 

Klickitat County Health Department

  • Nurse Practitioner. Provides nursing care in all clinical and program areas including immunizations, sexually transmitted disease, family planning, prenatal, communicable disease, and adult health. Positions of this class provide medical care, performs comprehensive medical exams, limited minor surgical procedures, consultation, advice on patient problems as well as direction on the program and procedural matters to Public Health Nurses. ESSENTIAL DUTIES: •Performs comprehensive client-centered examinations including medical history, physical examination, drawing blood and obtaining specimens needed for cultures, performing and interpreting lab tests, charting results on the patient’s record and diagnosing the patient’s condition. •Writes prescriptions or administers medication, and instructs the patient on proper usage. •Takes the medical histories, performs physical examinations, obtains specimens and performs lab tests, according to current care standards and established protocols and counsels the patient on available birth control methods and their potential side effects. Performs pregnancy testing as appropriate. Schedules follow-up appointments or makes medical referrals as needed. Learn more and apply hereSalary: $52.50/HR, Casual position providing 32 to 68 hours a month. Posting Date: 03/05/2018.

 

LiveStories

  • Client Services Manager. Lead and facilitate initial on-boarding of accounts with enterprise level customers. Partner with customers to communicate data trends, insights and translate data to understandable information. Serve as the LiveStories subject matter expert (SME) providing guidance to customers on how to best create content from data. Review and understand customers data and how it can be best organized to create content and to communicate an effective story. Play a leading role in establishing 'trusted advisor' customer relationships including facilitating customer meetings and working sessions during on-boarding. Delegate and coordinate data and content work efforts within internal data operations team to ensure customer on-boarding meets timelines and expectations. Review all work prior to customers review to ensure customers reports are of the highest quality and accuracy. Experience in Public Health analytics or Public Health Communication roles preferred. A good understanding of public data sets such as the United States Census Bureau, Centers for Disease and Control Prevention and Bureau of Labor Statistics. For more information, please contact Tim Morones at [email protected]Closing Date: 07/31/2019. Posting Date: 06/10/19.

     

Public Health Seattle King County

  • Communicable Disease Epidemiology & Immunizations, Public Health Nurse. This is a term-limited temporary (TLT) position.  The position works in close collaboration with members of the Healthcare for the Homeless Program, Emergency Preparedness Program, and other members of the CD-Imms Program.  Major areas of responsibility include coordinating and leading community vaccination clinics, supervising Medical Reserve Corps volunteers, providing technical assistance regarding recommendations for vaccine administration to health care providers and the public, representing PHSKC at internal and external meetings and events, and participating in the Section's response during vaccine-preventable disease outbreaks. This position is based in the Chinook Building in Downtown Seattle however the incumbent will oversee vaccination clinics in non-traditional settings such as homeless villages and shelters throughout King County. The position reports to the Immunization Program Manager in the Communicable Disease Epidemiology & Immunization (CD/IMMS) Section of the Prevention Division. For full job posting and to apply, click here. Posting Date: 05/01/19.

 

Skagit County Public Health

  • Environmental Health Specialist III. The current position offered is as the lead for the Food Safety and Living Environment program. Please see Job Description here for an expanded description of requirements and job duties. Salary: Starting salary is $67,995 - $70, 345 depending on qualifications. Posting Date: 02/24/19. 

 

Spokane Regional Health District

  • Public Information Officer/Communications Manager. The Public Information Officer (PIO) manages the Communications team and coordinates the district’s communications and public relations activities. This includes media relations, agency communications, writing and editing, and emergency and risk communications. Required Minimum Qualifications:•A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major in journalism, communications, English, marketing, public relations or a closely related field.•Five years of increasingly responsible relevant professional experience in communications, public/media relations, journalism, marketing or other closely related fields with at least one-year experience as a PIO or similar position. Prefer experience in public health.•An equivalent combination of education, experience, and professional certification may be considered provided the individual’s background demonstrates the knowledge, skills, and abilities required for the position. Required Licensure/Certifications:•Valid motor vehicle license and current auto insurance. To apply, and to view a complete job description, visit www.srhd.orgSalary: $4,955.12 $6,972.34/mo. Starting is usually $4,955.12. Closing Date: 07/12/2019. Posting Date: 06/29/2019.

 

  • Public Health Nurse 1 (2 openings).The dispensing nurse will be responsible for the daily dispensing of medication as directed by the Medical Director, Clinical Manager, or Administrator. The dispensing nurse will follow the essential functions and basic duties of the clinic and will participate in the weekly staffing for the care and function of the OTP patient. Minimum Qualifications: •AA/AAS, Diploma or B.S.N Required Experience: •Graduation from an accredited professional school of nursing. Desired Education, Experience and Skills: •Previous experience with substance abuse patients helpful. Experience working with diverse populations. Ability to work flexible hours. Ability to communicate and interact with other medical professionals regarding patient’s involvement on Methadone or Buprenorphine/Naloxone program and interaction with other prescribed medications. Required Licenses/Certifications:•Current Washington State Registered Nurse Credential. For a complete job description, and to apply, click here. This position is eligible for representation by WSNA. Salary: $25.09 - $32.67/hourly, not including longevity. Starting is usually $25.09. Closing Date: Open Until Filled. Posting Date: 04/08/2019.

 

  • Health Program Specialist 1 - Chemical Dependency Professional (3 Openings). Provides chemical dependency counseling and case management services to patients on the Opioid Treatment program.• Maintains patient files in compliance with County, State, and Federal regulations. •Assists in the operation of the Opioid Treatment program dosing clinic, with a Saturday rotation.•This position will also coordinate services with individuals who are currently residing in Spokane County Detention. Required Minimum Qualifications:•Bachelor’s degree in Alcohol/Drug studies, Social Work, Public Health or closely related field.•An equivalent combination of education, experience, and professional certification may be considered provided the individual's background demonstrates the knowledge, skills, and abilities required for the position. •Two (2) years of previous assessment and/or counseling experience in the substance abuse field or related program field.Required Licenses/Certifications: •Active valid license to practice as a Chemical Dependency Professional (CDP) in the State of Washington. To apply, and for a complete job description, visit www.srhd.org. This position is eligible for representation by PTE. Salary: $21.66 - $27.65/hr., not including longevity. Starting is usually $21.66 an hour. Closing Date: Open until Filled. Posting Date: 06/12/19.

 

Tacoma/Pierce County Health Department

  • Tuberculosis Nurse Case Manager. This is a Full-time, Regular position. The selected candidate will be trained to provide nursing care and nursing case management to patients with active tuberculosis (TB) disease. Required Certifications and Licensure • Possession of a valid Washington State Registered Nurse License. • Possession of a valid driver's license and an acceptable driver's abstract is required prior to employment. For a complete job description, and to apply, visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/tpchd/jobs/2450463/tuberculosis-nurse-case-manager. For more information, please contact Kayla Scrivner at [email protected]Closing Date: 06/02/2019. Posting Date: 5/26/19.

 

Washington State University, Cougar Health Services

  • Health Education Coordinator - Sexual Violence Prevention. Full-time 12-month position at Washington State University through the Health Promotion unit of Cougar Health Services. The Health Education Coordinator will implement evidence-informed programs and interventions to support the mental, emotional, and physical health of students on the WSU campus. The Primary responsibilities will focus on coordination of the Green Dot bystander intervention program on campus. Additional responsibilities will include support and coordination of general health promotion programs. Candidates must have excellent interpersonal communication, public speaking, and group facilitation skills to be considered for the position. Knowledge of prevention of sexual, stalking, and intimate partner violence in early adulthood, as well as experience in related fields of Health Promotion will be advantageous for this candidate. For questions, please contact Peyton Prothero at [email protected]. For qualifications and information to apply, please visit https://www.wsujobs.com/postings/45134. WSU is an EO/AA Educator and Employer. Closing Date: none. Posting Date: 05/26/2019.

 

  • Data Analyst (RI 2). As a Data Analyst (RI 2), you will support the mission of the Department of Health by preparing, analyzing and formatting prehospital and injury data, and identifying and educating EMS agencies on care and data improvement opportunities. You will support epidemiologists by assisting in research studies; preparing data files and final reports; assessing and improving data quality, and publishing data set user documents. This is a full-time project Research Investigator 2 position within the Office of Community Health Systems. Funding for this project position is anticipated to last until September 30, 2021. Required Qualifications Master's degree or higher in public health, public administration, public policy, statistics, information systems, or closely allied field that provides training in practical data management and analysis in the public setting AND two (2) or more years of experience in applied data management and analysis. Note: Experience as graduate research assistant and/or researcher internship will substitute year for experience. Demonstrated knowledge and expertise in the use of statistical programs (e.g. SAS, STATA, R, python, SQL). Salary: $4,361.00 - $5,715.00 Monthly Closing Date: 06/18/2019. Posting Date: 06/12/19.

     

Whatcom County

  • Program Specialist - Performance Management. The Whatcom County Health Department is seeking an experienced professional to join our Health Information & Assessment Division. The Performance Management Specialist plans, designs, monitors and coordinates the Department’s performance management system in accordance with the Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB) Standards. Provides technical consultation to management and program staff in support of performance management, program evaluation and quality improvement efforts. Plans and coordinates quality improvement projects. Plans and provides staff training on the performance management system.Salary: $27.88 - $40.10/ hour. Closing Date: 06/16/2019. Posting Date: 06/11/19.

     

Washington State Department of Health

  • Data Analyst (RI 2). As a Data Analyst (RI 2), you will support the mission of the Department of Health by preparing, analyzing and formatting prehospital and injury data, and identifying and educating EMS agencies on care and data improvement opportunities. You will support epidemiologists by assisting in research studies; preparing data files and final reports; assessing and improving data quality, and publishing data set user documents. This is a full-time project Research Investigator 2 position within the Office of Community Health Systems. Funding for this project position is anticipated to last until September 30, 2021. Requirements: Master's degree or higher in public health, public administration, public policy, statistics, information systems, or closely allied field that provides training in practical data management and analysis in the public setting AND two (2) or more years of experience in applied data management and analysis. Note: Experience as graduate research assistant and/or researcher internship will substitute year for experience. Demonstrated knowledge and expertise in the use of statistical programs (e.g. SAS, STATA, R, phython, SQL). Salary: $4,361.00 - $5,715.00. Closing Date: 06/18/2019. Posting Date: 06/11/19.

Washington State Health Benefit Exchange

  • Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Director. The Exchange Board approved the following equity statement to raise the profile of equity, diversity and inclusion in its strategic planning and operational processes: Equity is a fundamental pillar to the society we seek to build. The process of advancing toward equity will be disruptive and demands vigilance, dismantling deeply entrenched systems of privilege and oppression. We must focus our efforts on people and places where needs are greatest, especially communities of color, and go beyond remedying a particular inequity to address all determinants of health. Our goal is that all Washingtonians have full and equal access to opportunities, power and resources to achieve their full potential. This position serves as the Exchange’s expert and advisor on diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) and is responsible for increasing awareness and incorporating DEI throughout the organization. The position combines knowledge of the Exchange’s mission and operations, with best practices in equity, diversity, accessibility, and inclusion to develop and manage initiatives that will contribute to the achievement of strategic DEI goals. Full description here. Salary: Full salary ranges is from $104,227 - $155,687. Offer will depend on qualifications.  Posting Date: 07/09/19.

 

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