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Neighborhood House

  • Prevention Research and Evaluation Coordinator 30-40hrs per week  $27.47 - $30.45 / Hour

    This position has the primary responsibility of overseeing community and program level data collection and analysis, programmatic data integrity and quality as well as monitoring data quality and program compliance. NH’s Community Health programs include a wide range of HIV/Hepatitis, mental health, substance misuse, homeless/housing information and other health services. These programs have multiple funders, varied budget requirements, and multiple programmatic and data requirements, including the use of several specialized external databases. NH places a high priority on using accurate data for funder reporting, program planning, and general monitoring of high quality, innovative and evidence based programs. 

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    Health Communications Coordinator 30-40hrs per week  $25.81 - $28.64 / Hour

    The Health Communications Coordinator works with Neighborhood House’s Community Health team to create compelling health promotion messages for distribution through websites, YouTube, Spotify, Radio, TV, Movie Theater Ads, Billboards, Transit, print media, press releases, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok and other social media. The Health Communications Coordinator will collaborate with staff and partners to create peer to peer and community based health promotion strategies that reach diverse limited English speaking populations in King County.  Spanish speaking applicants are preferred.

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University of Washington School of Nursing

  • Research Support Professionals. Do you love collaborating with creative scientists who want to improve the health of all? Are you looking for a new opportunity that combines competitive compensation, amazing benefits, fun and supportive colleagues, AND an opportunity to help change our world at one of the nation’s top organizations? If so, we have multiple career opportunities for smart, fun, innovative, mission-driven research support professionals in the University of Washington Office for Nursing Research. We’d love to meet with you and talk about these great opportunities. Closing date: 7/31/22

Evergreen Council on Problem Gambling

  • Prevention and Community Engagement Specialist. The Prevention and Community Engagement Specialist is responsible for developing and administering prevention, responsible gambling and gaming, and community engagement initiatives as part of ECPG programs and services. The successful Prevention and Community Engagement Specialist candidate is a passionate, dynamic, and experienced advocate with solid public health, prevention, and training expertise. This position participates as a team member in all aspects of the Council's work. The Prevention and Community Engagement Specialist creates and provides information in an engaging and culturally sensitive manner to help groups and individuals better understand ECPG programs and services, the issues surrounding responsible and problem gambling and gaming, prevention, recovery, and opportunities for community involvement. Closing date: 6/1/22 

Spokane Regional Health District

  • REDi Healthcare Coalition Response Coordinator. The REDi Response Coordinator will build & maintain readiness capabilities, develop, implement, & maintain internal response processes & procedures, including 24/7 duty officer, resource coordination process, DMCC coordination and more. The ideal candidate will support planning, mitigation, and response efforts around medical surges including Disaster Medical Coordination Center committees, and by participating in the WA state disaster medical advisory committee. They will serve on rotational 24/7 duty officer with other HCC staff, respond to incident notifications from partners, and monitor potential disruptions, impacts and irregularities in the eastern WA healthcare system. They will identify when activation triggers have been met for HCC response plans and annexes, facilitate regional patient surge communication coordination meetings between healthcare entities, REDi, and other response partners as appropriate. The Health District offers an array of benefits including multiple medical and dental options, retirement plans, paid sick leave, paid vacation, on-site fitness center, public loan forgiveness, and more! Closing date: 5/23/22

  • Nurse Practitioners. Be the one who changes everything for our clients as a Nurse Practitioner and join our Treatment Services team with the Spokane Regional Health District today! Your expertise and compassion can help vulnerable members of the community succeed while supporting positive change. The Health District Clinical Nurse Practitioner positions work in a clinic setting with set schedules and regular hours. Apply online today at www.srhd.org and be part of the change! Req. Quals:•BA in Nursing plus graduation from a Nurse Practitioner program. Master’s preferred. •1yr exp. as a NP in the area of specialty required in a community health agency, hospital, or physician’s office. •No previous exp. with drug abuse treatment or knowledge of the principles and techniques of treatment of co-occurring disorders required, or treatment of Mental Health, although it is preferred. •Active valid unrestricted license to practice as a ARNP in the state of Washington. •Current Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) registration number, or ability to obtain within first six (6) months of probation. •DATA 2000 X waiver to prescribe Buprenorphine/Naloxone. •Unencumbered Washington State RN License. Closing date: 5/31/22

  • Clinical NurseBe the one who changes everything for clients and their families as a Clinical Assistant 1 and join our Treatment Services team with the Spokane Regional Health District today! Your assistance and dedication can help vulnerable individuals succeed while supporting positive change in the lives of families. Apply online today at www.srhd.org and be part of the change! About the Clinical Assistant 1 role: This position is responsible for observing, collecting, and packaging urine samples and Breath Analysis for clients. The ideal candidate will be comfortable with extensive interaction with a culturally diverse population of clients and the general public. They will assist dispensary nurses when needed, monitor clinic grounds for clients loitering and diversion of medication. They will accurately log test results and enter data into various electronic systems as required for client files. Required Minimum Qualifications:•High school diploma or GED equivalent. •Six (6) months experience in one of the following: dealing with alcohol and/or drug dependent clients (preferred), working in a criminal justice environment, or working in a medical environment. Closing date: 5/31/22

  • LPNs. Be the one who changes everything for our clients as a Licensed Practical Nurse and join our Treatment Services team with the Spokane Regional Health District today! Your expertise and compassion can help vulnerable members of the community succeed while supporting positive change. The Health District Clinical Nurse positions work in a clinic setting with set schedules and regular hours. Apply online today at www.srhd.org and be part of the change. This position is responsible for assisting with the care of clients by preparing and administering medications, under supervision, maintain records of inventory and usage of drugs. The ideal candidate will assist with the dispensary clinic, dispensing, monitoring clients, and utilizing their medical judgement during the stabilization process and inform the Clinical Nurse as needed. Required Minimum Qualifications:•Graduation from an accredited LPN program. •1 yr of exp. as an LPN. •Previous exp. working with individuals with a history of substance abuse or mental illness is helpful. Exp. working with diverse populations preferred. •Current Washington State LPN credential. Closing date: 5/31/22

  • REDi Healthcare Coalition Program Coordinator. The Program Coordinator will coordinate staff and activities of the Regional Emergencies and Disasters (REDi) Healthcare Coalition (HCC) in the 19 counties and 4 tribes of eastern Washington. Develop processes and systems to manage projects and deliverables while facilitating quality improvement and evaluation efforts. Min. Quals: •MA in a related field (i.e., Emergency Management (preferred), business administration, healthcare administration, public health, etc.) •3 yrs directly related exp. in emergency management, grant-fund public health, healthcare administration, program planning, project management, quality improvement, leadership, stakeholder engagement, etc.) •BA with 5 yrs directly related exp. will also be considered. •Valid motor vehicle license and current auto insurance or the ability to access multiple sites in a timely manner across all of eastern Washington. •Completion of National Incident Management System Training (ICS 100 and 200) preferred. Closing date: 5/23/22

  • Environmental Health Specialist 1 or 2. EHS I: Entry level position with little or no previous experience in Environmental Public Health. Supervision is generally close and detailed. Will safeguard public health by obtaining compliance with applicable local and state regulations, policies, and procedures through education, cooperation, and enforcement, when necessary. EHS II: Requires work with a considerable level of independence on assigned duties with minimal supervision. Responsible to safeguard public health by obtaining compliance with applicable local and state regulations, policies, and procedures through education, cooperation, and enforcement, when necessary. Required Minimum Qualifications:-A BA degree in a related field (examples include sanitary science, bacteriology, public health, environmental health). The major study must include at least 30 semester hours or 45 qtr. hours in the science category. -College transcripts are required for verification. -No exp. required for EHS1. -Two years of experience as an Environmental Health Specialist I (or equivalent position). (EHS II)-Must have a valid motor vehicle driver’s license and current automobile insurance. Closing date: 6/03/22

  • Lead Family Resource Coordinator. You are someone who is dedicated and passionate about making a difference in a child's life. Someone who will help parents navigate the program by receiving quality family resources coordination with their rights and procedural safeguards in place. You will help with the orientation, ongoing training, facilitation and be involved with monitoring activities to ensure the families have a great understanding of the program and the support they need. Quals:-BA in a field directly related to the individual position (Social Work, Public Health, Community Health, Education, or Child Development, etc.)-Five (5) years' experience in directly related work or three (3) years' experience in directly related work with a master's degree in a health-related major (Social Work, Public Health, Community Health, Education, or Child Development, etc.). -Exp. working with families with infants and toddlers with disabilities or developmental delays, ages birth to three (3) years.-Valid driver's license and current auto insurance.-Ability to obtain FRC certification within thirty (30) days of hire. -Exp. working in the ESIT Data Management Systems (DMS). Closing date: 5/31/22

Department of Enterprise Services - Washington State Employee Assistance Program

  • EAP Awareness and Education Specialist. The Washington State Employee Assistance Program at has created a new full-time position – EAP Education and Awareness Specialist. The Specialist will promote employee and workplace wellbeing through design, development and in-person and virtual delivery of presentations, webinars, workshops, and other learning experiences. The Specialist will: •Design, develop and deliver content •Coordinate requests and schedule delivery •Research topics and assess customer needs •Measure and report outcomes. Closing date: 6/30/22

Thurston County

  • Public Health & Social Services Director. Thurston County’s Public Health & Social Services (PHSS) Department’s 2022 allocated budget is $77 million. Currently, the department has 135 employees. Reporting directly to the County Manager, the Public Health & Social Services (PHSS) Director is responsible for organizing and directing the services, operations, fiscal and administrative functions of the PHSS Department. For questions, call 206-368-0050. Thurston County is an EOE. Closing date: 6/19/22

Chelan Douglas Health District 

  • Public Health Nutritionist I or II. The Public Health Nutritionist plans and conducts nutritional programs to assist in the promotion of health and control of disease for WIC clients and for our overall population. Provides nutritional assessment, education and counseling to individuals. Serves as a resource on nutrition and dietetics to nurses, health educators or other health care providers in the facility. Responsible for identifying the source of nutrition issues in the population and finding ways to address them, developing programs to improve access to healthy food, and improving nutrition in schools and supporting healthy eating in the workplace. Closing date: 06/01/22

  • Public Health Nurse II. The Public Health Nurse II position involves extensive interaction with WA State Department of Health, community agencies/businesses, medical personnel, school district staff, and health district staff to respond to the COVID19 pandemic and other communicable/non-communicable diseases in Chelan and Douglas Counties.


University of Washington

  • Research Project ManagerThe University of Washington's Surgical Outcomes Research Center (SORCE) is seeking an experienced Research Project Manager to manage up to three health services and outcomes projects spanning multiple sites, investigators, and clinical disciplines. At least 4-5 years of human subjects research coordination is required; top candidates will have experience managing multi-site research studies and overseeing regulatory compliance. Closing date: Open Until Filled.

Washington State Department of Health 

  • Regional Medical Officer. The Department of Health (DOH) is creating regional offices that will provide additional infrastructure to implement our agency priorities and support health across Washington State. These positions are part of a 2-position team that supports a DOH regional office. Each regional office will have a Regional Medical Officer and a Regional Coordinator. The Regional Medical Officers will be physicians licensed to practice medicine or osteopathic medicine in the state of Washington. Our Regional Medical Officers will partner with all sectors of the public health system in support of key agency and local priorities. These positions will serve as a key liaison within their region to Department of Health staff and between external health partners and organizations to advance priority work as needed. Closing date: 5/31/22


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