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Position: Program Director

Reports to: Executive Director

Status: Full Time, Benefits

Salary: $50,000-$55,000

Organizational Description

Awaken is a Christian non-profit organization that has been serving the northern Nevada community for more than 5 years. Our mission is to increase awareness and education surrounding the issue of commercial sexual exploitation and to provide housing and restoration for its victims. Awaken operates a drop-in center, and facilitates support groups, therapy, mentoring, advocacy, and case management. All of Awaken's services are focused on healing, empowerment and identity building. Our vision is to transform our community with the ultimate goal of eradicating commercial sexual exploitation. We aim for victims to be restored to their fullest potential. We aspire to be an inspirational model for other communities.

Job Description

The Program Director's primary responsibility is the day-to-day management of all direct client services and outreach programs, program staff, and volunteers. As a member of the leadership team, the Program Director will also play a key role in identification of programming gaps, expanding existing programs, developing new prevention and intervention programs, creating a system to track and regularly evaluate program components and assisting in the development of grant proposals for programs.

The Program Director works alongside the Clinical Director and the Executive Director and will serve as the onsite supervisor for case managers, volunteers and interns assisting with direct services.

Responsibilities

The Program Director is responsible for supporting Awaken in planning, executing, and implementing programs including our Drop-in Center, direct and supportive services, and Awaken housing programs. This position is responsible for program budget expenditure and oversight, compliance with the Nevada Codes and licensing requirements for programs, program implementation, evaluation and quality improvement plans for all programs.

The specific duties of the Program Director include but are not limited to:

Management:

  • Responsible for the management of day-to-day client services.
  • Hire, train, supervise and evaluate all direct client service staff, including completing staff performance reviews.
  • Oversee and manage daily program operations for the Drop-in Center and Awaken housing programs.
  • Coordinate scheduling of direct services including on-call availability for program staff.
  • Provide consultation and support to Executive Director as needed regarding program administration, special events, crisis management, volunteer, board needs, and budget.
  • Develop plan for continued education and professional development for program staff and foster an environment of continuous learning.
  • Responsible for the morale, well-being, professional quality and performance of Awaken client service program staff and volunteers.
  • Provide supervision of program staff to insure clients receive trauma-informed care at all levels of the organization.
  • Ensure adherence to Awaken policies, procedures, and values/culture/mission/vision.
  • Communicate successes, concerns, opportunities, challenges and failures to Executive Director.
  • Schedule and facilitate weekly client staffing meetings. Coordinate monthly meetings with staff to review and address any workplace issues/concerns regarding clients.
  • Lead Awaken mentors and their training process. Supervise mentors as they work with Awaken clients.
  • Produce/submit detailed quarterly report on programs for Director of Operations.
  • Works with the Director of Operations and Volunteer Coordinator to perform the initial orientation and training of new programmatic staff and volunteers.
  • In collaboration with the Director of Operations, maintain responsibility for the care, condition, maintenance and repair of program property and vehicles.

Program Administration:

  • Review program expenses and financial contracts on monthly basis to insure proper accounting and fiscal responsibility.
  • Ensure that each program adheres to funding source (grant/foundation) guidelines, requirements, and scope of work. Make adjustments as necessary.
  • Gather program spending/expense data, monitor approved program budgets, reconcile spending & budgets with Director of Operations, and make adjustments as necessary. Identify areas for business improvements and increased efficiency or economy; implement strategies to improve stewardship of resources.
  • Participate in the creation of the annual budget and program grant proposals to ensure that program needs are met.
  • Prepare and submit all reports required by funding source (grant) administrators with the support of the Director of Operations.
  • Support the implementation of a case management system and ensure adoption and compliance with all required uses of the system by program staff.
  • Maintain and update all program records including budgets, audits, client records and staff records.
  • Ensure that Awaken has current and comprehensive documentation for all program business routines, policies and policies.
  • Coordinate student intern programs.
  • Through presentations, speaking engagements and written communications, build and maintain healthy and collaborative organizational relationships with relevant county/municipal/state officials, government entities, related associations, and other community organizations.
  • As needed, serve as organizational spokesperson/liaison to further the organizational mission and vision, conduct outreach and advocate for survivors. 
 Represent Awaken with professionalism.
  • As needed, meet with donors and develop organizational relationships.
  • As needed, write grant proposals, and participate in activities that contribute to fund development.

Program Development, Delivery, Monitoring & Evaluation

  • Provide program participants with direct and supportive services.
  • Ensure the physical, emotional, and legal protection of residents at all times and in all ways possible.
  • Recruit and screen program participants.
  • Facilitate intake, orientation and assessment of new clients.
  • Conduct monthly meetings with clients to review short and long term plan for recovery and review progress toward goals.
  • Provide crisis intervention and support for clients on an as needed basis.
  • Act as organization liaison for client services with relevant county/municipal/state officials, government entities, related associations, and other community organizations providing services to Awaken's clients.
  • Communicate all concerns regarding clients' treatment and behavior in timely manner to Executive Director and Clinical Director.
  • Create a system to track and regularly evaluate program components according to agreed upon outcomes and measures of success.
  • Develop a method of measuring client satisfaction with Awaken direct and supportive services.
  • The Professional Network:
    • Create and maintain the infrastructure needed to maintain a Professional Network including identifying needed services for clients, screening new participants, tracking service delivery and recognizing and appreciating participants.
    • Maintain a strong and reliable Professional Network that minimizes turnover and is sufficient to support Awaken client needs.
    • Build a pipeline of future Professional Network participants through networking, events and referrals.
  • Recruit mentors, group leaders and volunteers and develop community support and awareness of Awakens mission by:
    • Attending networking meetings,
    • Assisting in fundraising and donor acknowledgment activities,
    • Assisting in developing promotional and marketing publications (including newsletters and regular community updates) and,
    • Serve as a liaison with agency partners.
  • Be on call for emergency situations.
  • All other duties as assigned by the Clinical Director and Executive Director.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's Degree (preferably in Social Work, Substance Abuse, Nonprofit Management, etc.)
  • Clean Federal/State criminal background check and comprehensive drug screen.
  • 5 years of demonstrated experience working with traumatized/at-risk populations in a residential program (DV, SA, mental health, substance abuse, etc.)
  • Must be able to articulate a comprehensive knowledge of the issues of: commercial sexual exploitation, domestic violence, sexual assault, intimate partner violence, interpersonal violence, trauma, vicarious trauma, generational violence, and cycles of violence.
  • Proficiency in Apple iWork and Microsoft Office suites.
  • If s/he is a survivor of sex-trafficking, must be at least 5 years into recovery process (coupled with a commitment to participating in at least 1 year of trauma-informed counseling).

Desired Qualifications:

  • Bilingual (English/Spanish).
  • Master's Degree and/or Licensure (MSW, MFT, LADC, CDAC).
  • Comprehensive knowledge of local community resources, programs, and processes.
  • 5+ Years of management experience which includes recruitment, hiring, training, scheduling, and evaluation of subordinate employees.
  • 5+ Years of demonstrated supervisory experience on grant-funded projects, adhering to strict reporting guidelines and budgets.
  • Willingness to lead by example. The Program Director is expected to perform ALL tasks that they require of subordinates, including: answering crisis calls, performing individual case management, facilitating support/education groups, and providing program crisis intervention support.

Personal Attributes & Values:

  • Must constantly demonstrate a high level of personal professionalism, honesty, integrity and respect with all clients, board members, staff, volunteers, churches and all other contacts.
  • Must demonstrate passion for Awaken's vision and mission.
  • Must maintain an atmosphere of confidentiality with client and staff information.
  • Friendly, approachable attitude and ability to remain open-minded when encountering diversity in thought, gender, culture, language and behavior.
  • Have a teachable spirit and be committed to team participation.

NOTE TO APPLICANTS: All applications must be submitted to jobs@awakenreno.org by March 31, 2017 with the title of the position in the subject line. Only candidates who meet the minimum qualifications with complete applications will be considered (formal cover letter, resume, and references).

More information about Cedars-Sinai (Medical Delivery Network): Operations Manager


Requisition #: M11567
Working Title: Operations Manager
Business Entity: MDN - Medical Delivery Network
Cost Center # - Cost Center Name: 0109000 - Operations
City: Los Angeles
Job Category: Management/Professional
Job Specialty: Manager
Position Type: Regular-F/T
Shift Length: 8hr
Hours: TBD
Days: Departmental Schedule
Shift Type: Day
Weekends: As Needed
Job Posting: The Operations Manager is responsible for the daily oversight of the administrative and clinical operations of assigned practices, sites, departments and/or programs to meet the needs of physicians, patients and staff and support the mission and vision of Cedars-Sinai Health System and Cedars-Sinai Medical Care Foundation. The Operations Manager has budgetary responsibility for assigned areas, functions as key liaison with physicians and staff, promotes the productive growth and operational structure of each functional area, supports employee growth and development, actively mentors staff in the building of cohesive patient care teams with physicians as well as extended care team members and departments, participates in strategic planning and business development for areas of oversight and functions as an advocate for the needs of patients. The Operations Manager promotes the consistent enactment of the values of the health system and the Foundation and ensures a steady focus on the needs of patients, physicians and staff.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

The following statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of employees classified in this job. Other/additional duties may be assigned.

• Ensures compliance with state and federal laws, professional and regulatory agency standards and licensure requirements. Maintains staff compliance with health system and Foundation policies, procedures and protocols.

• Understands and supports the business requirements and fiscal structure of the Foundation, including patient assignment, risk and specialty network structures, and utilization management. Functions as key resource for staff and physicians in support of these requirements.

• Assumes fiscal responsibility for areas of oversight, including budget preparation, expense control and revenue enhancement. Assumes responsibility for monitoring and responding proactively to fluctuations in productivity, physician or patient schedules, changes in reimbursement and/or health plan requirements and environment. In collaboration with Executive Director, develops business and operations plans for assigned areas, programs and services.

• Understands and supports the business requirements and fiscal structure of the Foundation, including patient assignment, risk and specialty network structures, and utilization management. Functions as key resource for staff and physicians in the support of these requirements.

• In collaboration with executive director and medical leadership, establishes effective patient care processes and workflows. Develops and supports policies and procedures that support the provision of quality and timely patient care services. Ensures appropriate physician, locum, physician extender, technician and staff coverage for all areas. Participates in the evaluation and review of all human resources and communicates issues appropriately.

• Maintains appropriate quality control programs and partners proactively with risk, quality and clinical services departments to ensure continuous monitoring and improvement in provision of clinical services.

• Functions as key resource for staff and physicians in utilization of key information systems and technologies. Assumes responsibility as practice liaison for the resolution of system related issues, identification of opportunities for improvement and implementation of key systems and system and workflow enhancements.

• Supervises all employees in areas of oversight, including administrative, clinical, technician and health information staff. In conjunction with executive and medical leadership, provides direct supervision of physician extenders. Assesses qualifications and hires candidates, assumes responsibility for the assessment and improvement of competencies, work assignments and schedules, orienting, coaching, training, in-services, performance evaluation, compensation, mentoring, discipline and terminating employment. Partners with appropriate departments in the necessary execution of these duties (e.g. clinical services, risk, quality, human resources).

• Functions as a key manager of the CSMCF operations management team to promote collaborative teamwork, cross-training and flexing of staff across operational areas, open communication and problem solving to ensure effective coordination and integration of services between operational areas and programs.

• Effectively manages staff and materials throughout areas of oversight, including the development of effective short and long-term staffing plans, cross-training of staff where appropriate and effective and oversight and management of productivity. Makes recommendations for effective staff and space utilization. Ensures areas of responsibility are responsibly and effectively structured and supported to ensure physician productivity and to provide a strong foundation for staff and patient satisfaction. Takes appropriate steps to ensure appropriate daily staffing of all areas of responsibility, including volunteering of services when qualified in situations of inappropriately lean staffing. Ensures own knowledge of staff processes to facilitate all necessary human resources efforts. Participates in selecting outside sources for needed services and provides review and oversight for those services.

• Participates in the design and supports the operational implementation of organizational restructuring, new workflows, processes, programs and technologies.

• Maintains strong partnership and collaborative communication across department areas of the Foundation and with associated service departments of the Cedars-Sinai Medical Delivery Network. Serves as liaison for areas of operational responsibility with facilities management, patient billing, utilization management, quality, risk, human resources and payroll.

LEADERSHIP:

• Demonstrates behavior that supports the mission, vision and values of the health system and the Foundation. Demonstrates ability to effectively and consistently communicate vision and values throughout all levels of areas of responsibility and organization.
• Communicates and models high standards of professional, responsible, accountable and ethical behavior.
• Promotes an organizational focus by establishing goals consistent with organizational goals, facilitating collaboration and coordination for cross-departmental problem solving and supporting new concepts that enhance the functioning of operations.
• Demonstrates daily leadership, in particular an ability to navigate change, identify opportunities for improvement and function as a role model. Actively participates in initiatives to enhance the performance and stature of the organization. Demonstrates an ability to identify and effectively communicate benefits of organizational initiatives.
• Demonstrates ability to effectively lead through the development of strong physician, staff and colleague relationships. Assumes responsibility for understanding and representing the needs of constituency and for negotiating effective partnership between organization needs and needs of constituents in areas of responsibility.
• Serves as a role model for areas of responsibility and for the organization, demonstrating the organizational values of teamwork, participatory leadership and proactive problem-solving and communication. Provides a consistent and meaningful focus on customer service and functions as an effective mentor for staff and physicians in the provision of excellent customer service. Functions as an advocate for all patients and their needs.
• Promotes and maintains a positive work environment with an open, communicative and collaborative approach that supports staff development, ensures employees' ability to contribute and supports organizational values of fairness and consistency.
• Supports the ongoing development of teamwork by personally demonstrating those values and sharing resources, information and ideas. Contributes to the effective functioning of the organization by willingly taking on new assignments as requested and by volunteering for additional assignments as the need arises.
• Makes effective decisions that reflect clear and logical thinking.
• Demonstrates flexibility in examining and implementing new approaches in response to changing organizational objectives.

Cedars-Sinai will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories, in accordance with the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring.
Qualification Requirements/Preferences:
Education Certifications/Licensure Experience Physical Abilities QUALIFICATIONS:

• Must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily in a demanding and busy work environment.
• Bachelor's Degree required, three or more years medical office experience, preferably in a multi-specialty medical group setting, previous medical office management and/or supervisory experience, or equivalent education and experience.
• Outstanding written and oral communication skills.
• Proven ability to lead and manage people, including selecting, developing, motivating and retaining.
• Fiscal management skills and proven ability to prepare, monitor and control budgetary expenses and generate increased productivity and revenues.
• Ability to promote effective collaboration and teamwork across organizational units.
• Knowledge of regulatory, reimbursement, legal and policy issues as they relate to operational management.
• Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
• Proven track record with customer service, training, and ability to motivate others to effect positive change.
• Strong computer skills, experience with Microsoft Office, IDX, CS-Link or other computerized practice management and EMR systems.
•Physical ability and perceptive acuity to satisfactorily perform all direct and indirect operational functions.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to walk; sit; and use hands to finger, handle, or feel. The employee is occasionally required to reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.

More information about Cedars-Sinai (Medical Delivery Network): Senior Performance Improvement Facilitator


Requisition #: M11311
Working Title: Sr Perf Improvment Facilitator
Business Entity: MDN - Medical Delivery Network
Cost Center # - Cost Center Name: 0109600 - Practice Transformation
City: Beverly Hills
Job Category: Allied Health/Clinical
Job Specialty: Other Allied Health
Position Type: Regular-F/T
Shift Length: 8hr
Hours: 8:00 a.m - 5:00 p.m.
Days: Monday - Friday
Shift Type: Day
Weekends: As Needed
Job Posting: The Performance Improvement Facilitator leads and facilitates performance improvement projects using Lean methodologies, with coaching, including Value Stream Mapping sessions, Rapid Process Improvement Workshops and Visioning events. Contributes to the development and implementation of performance improvement projects, including architectural design work, across the organization with keen attention to change management. Consults to and coaches process owners, value stream owners, operational leaders as well as front line staff.
The Facilitator will be part of a team responsible for teaching and coaching administrators, clinicians and front line staff on the application of lean principles to solve organizational problems.

Will also contribute to the development and execution of training and infrastructure for the Performance Improvement Office.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Leads and facilitates improvement events and projects, including assessment, planning, event facilitation, and follow-up/sustaining, with some coaching. Meets quality standards and the production of expected deliverables during all phases of the event and project life cycle.
• Consults to and coaches process owners, value stream owners, and operational leaders in event and workshop activities, as well as front line staff on Lean process improvement tools and methods.
• In concert with project sponsors and senior consultants, assesses & identifies problems and opportunities, coordinates the activities of the improvement team, identifies appropriate resources needed, develops schedule to ensure timely completion of improvement project.
• Supports the development of Performance Improvement Office infrastructure, including lean "Best Practices", tools & methods for lean education and promotion of lean thinking throughout the organization.
• Coaches process owners to track and report results from improvement efforts. May collect and analyze data, maintain results and assist in preparing reports to support decision-making and continuous improvement. Is able to translate data into meangful information, make conclusions, and shape work at the department level.
• Provides leadership for improvement programs for departments and project team members by defining intent of programs and overseeing development deliverables to ensure project goals are met.
• In concert with project sponsors and senior consultants, assesses & identifies problems and opportunities, assembles improvement team, identifies appropriate resources needed, develops schedule to ensure timely completion of improvement project.
• Establishes effective working relationships & manages communications with project sponsors, project oversight group members, process owners & key stakeholders.
• Serves as a mentor and coach to other Performance Improvement staff to grow their lean technical and consultating skills. May also provide training during the on-boarding stages for newly hired colleagues.
• Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned.


Cedars-Sinai will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories, in accordance with the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring.

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Qualification Requirements/Preferences:
Education Certifications/Licensure Experience Physical Abilities Requires Bachelor's degree in Business, Health Administration or related field and demonstrated experience in healthcare industry and/or consulting, managing improvement projects or teams either in improvement projects or operations that is typically acquired with 3-6 years of related work experience and 1-2 years in a dedicated performance improvement role utilizing lean methodology.
Preferred: Master's degree in Business, Health Administration or related field from an accredited college or university. Lean certification. Teaching experience.

KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS REQUIREMENTS:
Required:
• Highly respected team player/learner and a collaborative worker. Possesses a strong desire and ability to rapidly learn and apply the principles of lean and change management.
• Demonstrated skills in consulting, group process facilitation, change management & conflict resolution.
• Strong communication skills (verbal, written and listening) with ability to interact effectively across the organization, especially in situations requiring instructing, persuading, negotiating, resolving conflict, consulting and advising. Must be comfortable speaking in public and to various audiences.
• Skilled in teaching improvement concepts and principles to diverse audiences from senior management to frontline staff.
• A demonstrated track record of successfully working with and motivating diverse work teams, preferably including physicians.
• Excellent project management skills including project time, and scope.
• Able to read & interpret data; translates data into meaningful information and uses data to shape work at both the department and enterprise level; possesses strong analytical and critical thinking skills.
• Able to perform complex tasks, organize and prioritize multiple projects, and work under pressue to meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment.
• Highly proficient in all applications of Microsoft Office, with an emphasis on Excel, Powerpoint, Visio, Word and Outlook.
Preferred:
• Knowledge of and experience successfully training and implementing lean tools and concepts, such as:
o Structured problem solving approaches such as A3 thinking
o Kaizen Events
o Value Stream Mapping
o Lean technical concepts such as 5S, quality, Flow, and visual systems.
• Ability to coach leaders on leader standard work.
• Understanding of healthcare industry & terminology.

ORGANIZATIONAL EXPECTATIONS: Demonstrates behavior that supports the Cedars-Sinai Health System mission. Attends required orientation and training seminars. Meets production standards within established time requirements. Work product and performance meets quality standards. Demonstrates respect and positive interpersonal skills with patients, physicians, clients, the public, managers, and co-workers-a team player. Maintains confidentiality of patient care and business matters. Observes time, attendance, and dress code standards. Protects the safety of others and of the physical plant and equipment, following institution policies, fire, and safety and infection control regulations.


Position Type
Full Time (30+ hrs/week)
Description
Synopsis
The Senior Healthy Walking Coordinator VISTA will identify and develop partnerships, financial sponsorships, volunteer recruitment, and marketing strategies to support CHA's healthy walking program promoting healthy, independent, active, and safe lifestyles.

Position Description:
The Senior Healthy Walking Coordinator VISTA will be an essential member of the team at the Center for Healthy Aging (CHA). Collaborating closely with the CEO and Program Officer/Education Director of CHA and the Reno Senior Citizen Advisory Committee, this person will identify and develop partnerships, financial sponsorships, volunteer recruitment, and marketing strategies to develop the Senior Healthy Walking Program.

The mission of the Center for Healthy Aging (CHA) is to develop and provide innovative, effective, and efficient programs that are easily accessible and designed to improve the quality of life for elders by helping them maintain independence within their community. We do this primarily by integrating public, private, and philanthropic resources to help educate and train caregivers, enhance wellness, and provide models of care that demonstrate efficiencies and cost savings while improving the quality of life for elders. CHA is an independent, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that was incorporated in 2008.

Service Location: Reno, NV

Timeline for Service: June 5, 2017 - June 4, 2018

Primary Responsibilities:
Develop a new Senior Healthy Walking Program;
Review use of current City of Reno, Washoe County, and other facilities to implement a Senior Healthy Walking Program;
Research programming and fundraising strategies of similar programs across the country;
Create new fundraising development materials including grant proposals;
Develop and implement a traditional and social media outreach plan to educate the public on the Senior Healthy Walking Program;
Collaborate with the Reno Senior Citizen Advisory Committee to develop and evaluate the Senior Healthy Walking Program.

Qualifications:
Passionate commitment to CHA's mission and vision;
Bachelor's degree;
Exceptional writing skills;
Strong communication skills;
Strong organizational and research skills;
High degree of initiative and spirit of service;
Preferred: experience in working with the senior community;
Preferred: experience using social media and traditional media as tools for marketing and outreach.

AmeriCorps VISTA
Center for Healthy Aging's Senior Healthy Walking Program Coordinator VISTA is funded by the Corporations for National and Community Service and will serve within the AmeriCorps VISTA program. AmeriCorps VISTA is the national service program designed specifically to fight poverty. Each VISTA member makes a year-long, full-time commitment to serve on a specific project at a nonprofit organization or public agency. To learn more about the AmeriCorps programs visit americorps.gov.

Compensation
In return for their service, AmeriCorps VISTA members receive a modest living allowance of $980/month and health benefits during their service and have the option of receiving a Segal AmeriCorps Education Award of $5,730.00 or post-service stipend of $1,500.00 after completing their service. A relocation travel allowance of no less than $550 may also apply if they are moving.

To Apply
Send a cover letter and resume to CEO Dr. Larry J. Weiss at larryjweiss@gmail.com
Applications are also accepted through AmeriCorps.gov. Search for "Senior Healthy Walking Coordinator."

Email or call CEO, Larry Weiss at 775.376.3210 or larryjweiss@gmail.com for more information.
Qualifications
Passionate commitment to CHA's mission and vision;
Bachelor's degree;
Exceptional writing skills;
Strong communication skills;
Strong organizational and research skills;
High degree of initiative and spirit of service;
Preferred: experience in working with the senior community;
Preferred: experience using social media and traditional media as tools for marketing and outreach.
Location
Reno, Nevada
ID/Job Board Number
719335
Job Function
Non-Profit/Community
Number of Openings
1
Approximate Hours Per Week
40/week
Salary Range
$980/month and health benefits during their service and have the option of receiving a Segal AmeriCorps Education Award of $5,730.00 or post-service stipend of $1,500.00
Desired Start Date
June 5, 2017
Hourly Wage
0.00
Documents required apart from resume
Cover Letter


******IMMEDIATE OPENING******

Position Opening: Communications Coordinator
The Children's Advocacy Alliance is seeking a Communications Coordinator to help implement its policy work and community engagement strategies in the areas of children's health, safety and school readiness.

ORGANIZATION BACKGROUND
Children's Advocacy Alliance is an independent voice dedicated to achieving public policy wins in the areas of children's safety, children's health and school readiness. The Alliance creates lasting change by tackling the biggest issues that kids and families face by:
bringing people together to build consensus around priorities and to leverage our collective strength toward real reform;
collecting, analyzing and sharing research and information with people who make decisions impacting Nevada's children and families; and
building public will through education, outreach and advocacy to solve expansive and chronic problems facing kids and families.

POSITION DESCRIPTION
The Communications Coordinator reports directly to the Executive Director and will oversee all digital communications initiatives at the CAA. This includes developing, expanding and promoting messaging for CAA and related projects via social media, websites and through other written and visual communications strategies. The ideal candidate will have experience with social media (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc.), website design, graphic design, and digital marketing. The Communications Coordinator will assist in developing and implementing communications plans with guidance from the Executive Director and the CAA Marketing committee when appropriate. Additionally, the Communications Coordinator will measure and document the impact of social media and web presence, and then suggest action-steps to increase impact - flexibility and creativity are essential. On occasion, the Communications Coordinator will be required to write media advisories and/or releases, and newsletter articles pertinent to current child advocacy initiatives nationally and within the State of Nevada.


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE (but not limited to):

Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
Contribute to strategic communications plan
Maintain and update CAA social media profiles and webpages
Assist in writing articles and researching information for monthly e-newsletters
Upload videos, photos, etc.
Track growth and impact of digital marketing efforts including media buys and social media; report findings to the team
Collaborate with team on new ideas and non-traditional marketing and communications opportunities
Attend and participate in marketing committee meetings, as appropriate

Skills and attributes required:
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Ability to develop a detailed strategic communications plan
Website design and development
Experience in digital marketing
Graphic design - familiarity of Photoshop and/or other graphic design software
Social media - Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Pinterest, blogs, etc.
Perform all other duties as needed and assigned by the Executive Director.

The Communications Coordinator must have reliable transportation to attend meetings and events in the community and must be willing to work some nights and weekends as needed.


HOW TO APPLY
The Communications Coordinator is a full-time, grant-funded position based in Las Vegas or Reno, NV. Children's Advocacy Alliance offers competitive compensation, commensurate with experience, and a benefits package.

To apply please send resume, cover letter (including salary requirements) and sample projects (websites, social media pages, graphic designs) to denise.tanata@caanv.org, subject line: Communications Coordinator. We are seeking to hire this position immediately, as such this announcement will remain posted only until the position is filled. No phone calls please.

Children's Advocacy Alliance values diversity and is an equal opportunity employer: women, minorities, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Please note that only those individuals whose qualifications match the current needs of this position will be considered applicants and will receive responses from Children's Advocacy Alliance.

For more information about Children's Advocacy Alliance, please see our website: www.caanv.org

More information about Family Ties: Program Manager



Program Manager
Family TIES of Nevada - Reno, NV
$35,000 a year
Family TIES of Nevada is a statewide nonprofit organization that provides training, information and emotional support for families with children or loved ones with special health care needs. Our agency works with a variety of other nonprofit agencies to serve our communities throughout the state to help families make informed decisions with regards to their loved ones overall care.

The Program Manager will be responsible for the management, supervision and evaluation of the organizations programs, in accordance with the standard set by grant requirements, Executive Director and the Board of Directors. The program manager will participate in strategic planning, funding and budgeting initiatives and must have strong communication and problem solving skills.

The Program Manager will play a vital role in the development and execution of programs for the organization.

The ideal candidate will have a family member or loved one with special health care needs, dynamic public speaking skills and the ability to form strong working relationships with internal and external partners. Bilingual a plus.

If you are looking for a rewarding career and are eager to work in highly team focused environment this may be the position for you.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $35,000.00 /year

Job Location:

Reno, NV 89502
Required education:

High school or equivalent
Required experience:

Community Outreach: 1 year
Required language:

Bilingual a plus


Exciting Work Opportunity with Great Schedule Options for Students!!
Gain valuable community experience while making a difference in the lives of others...
High Sierra Industries is the largest disability services provider in Northern Nevada with a
mission to research, develop and deliver learning systems for people with disabilities and those
who support them. Our vision is for people who have a disability to be visible, valuable
members of our community. Through our talented team of professionals and paraprofessionals,
we provide comprehensive services that are rooted in evidence based practices and assist
program participants to achieve their goals and maximize their quality of life.
Employees are provided meaningful work experiences, personal and professional development,
extraordinary training from certified professionals, great benefits, and the opportunity to make

We are seeking both Full-Time and Part-Time Day Habilitation Specialists to work directly with
adults who have physical and cognitive disabilities in an activity based learning environment.
Through continuous engagement with program participants, Day Habilitation Specialists in our
iChoose Day Program provide people with guidance and other supports needed to help people
reach their service plan goals. Schedule Options Include:



Part-Time

Monday-Friday 9:00 am-12:30pm
Monday-Friday 12:30p - 3:00pm


Full-Time
Monday-Friday 9:00 am-3:00pm
Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:00pm


Hourly Rate for all shifts is $10.34/hour. Benefits for Full-Time employees include:
For more information and to apply go to http://www.unr.edu/career/find-a-job/job-board-login and search for Job ID 719435.
HSI/WARC is an Equal Opportunity employer committed to a workforce reflective of the diverse community we serve. Reasonable accommodations may be made for qualified individuals who have a disability, please contact Genny Wilson at 775-221-8973 for more information

More information about HKS: Healthcare Analyst


Healthcare Analyst
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Job ID 2017-2043
# of Openings 1
Job Locations US-CA-Los Angeles
Posted Date 2/7/2017
Category Operations
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Overview:

HKS is a team of more than 1,300 architects, interior designers, urban designers, scientists, artists, anthropologists and other professionals working together across industries and across the globe to create places that delight, heal and stimulate peak performance. We have nurtured a culture of extraordinary people with curious and creative minds who are passionate about delivering elegant solutions that solve our clients' challenges. Our research teams dig deep to discover processes and ideas that improve outcomes--then they share them freely for everyone's benefit. In all we do, we are mindful of the fragility of all life and of the planet.

Our KNOX Advisors team is seeking a Healthcare Analyst for our Los Angeles team.
Responsibilities:

Works closely with client leadership teams to identify needs;
Assist in the analysis and research of innovative solutions consistent with contemporary healthcare trends;
Facilitate problem solving with clinical, administrative and support staff;
Maintain current knowledge of healthcare trends and their impact on our clients;
Assist with process and performance improvement;
Assist in developing proper organization and layout of healthcare departments;
Assist in aligning architectural plans with operational plans;
Serve as a resource to medical planning architects and interior designers;
Assist with business development and presentations;
Participate in healthcare strategy, operations and design research.
Qualifications:

Undergraduate degree is required; graduate degree is preferred.
1-5 years of relevant healthcare consulting experience is required.
Willing to travel up to 40% based on HKS and client needs
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POSITION SUMMARY: POSITION SUMMARY: As set forth in the by-laws, Article IV, of the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact Commission (IMLCC), the EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR shall serve at the pleasure of the IMLCC and act as its secretary, but shall not be a member of the IMLCC. The executive director shall hire and supervise such other staff that may be authorized by the IMLCC. The executive director shall serve as the IMLCC's principal administrator and perform duties required or delegated by the IMLCC,including but not limited to the following: recommend general policies and program initiatives for the IMLCC's consideration; recommend to the IMLCC administrative personnel policies governing the recruitment, hiring, management, compensation and dismissal of IMLCC staff; implement and monitor administration of all policies, programs and initiatives adopted by the IMLCC; prepare and draft annual budgets for the IMLCC's consideration; monitor IMLCC's expenditures for compliance with approved budgets and maintain accurate records of the IMLCC's financial account(s); assist Commissioners as directed in securing required assessments from Member States; execute contracts on behalf of the IMLCC as directed; receive service of process on behalf of the IMLCC; prepare and disseminate all required reports and notices as directed by the IMLCC; seek and acquire financial grants for the purpose of supporting the IMLCC; and otherwise assist the Commissioners in the performance of their duties under Article IV of the by-laws.
Position / Job Title: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Reports To: The CHAIR OF THE COMPACT COMMISSION FLSA: Non-Exempt
Salary Range : $70,000 - $85,000
Submit resume and cover letter by April 15,2017 to pmcsorley@azmd.gov

TYPICAL SCHEDULE AND WORK LOCATION: At least 40 hours per week during regular business hours of 8 am-5 pm. Weekend work and out of state travel may also be required. The work site shall be a home office or an office to be determined by the IMLCC.

MINIMUM REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Master's degree preferred from an accredited college or university
• Licensing, regulatory or related state government agency experience preferred
• National organization experience preferred
• Project and program management preferred
• Proficient computer skills, including expertise with DocuSign and Microsoft Office software (Word and
Excel) preferred
• Financial Management: expertise in accounting/spreadsheet software; Microsoft Excel preferred
• Previous work-related skill, knowledge, or experience is required
ADDITIONAL DEMONSTRATED SKILLS AND COMPETETNCIES DESIRED :
• Ability to manage multiple projects and initiatives simultaneously
• Ability to work independently, and collaborate with a team
• Strong organizational, process-oriented, time management and logical thinking skills
• Strong judgment and analytical skills
• Detail oriented
• Excellent written and verbal communications
• Ability to travel as necessary
The duties of this position are typically performed under minimal supervision. The EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR will have an excellent understanding of all tasks and processes and be self -directed. The employee must be physically able to perform the Essential Functions of this role with or without reasonable accommodations.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES (Essential Functions):

1. Planning and Procurement of Necessary Services::
• Planning and with the approval of the IMLCC, the procurement of necessary services including,

JOB TITLE: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
FLSA: Exempt
LAST UPDATED: 01/9/2017
PRINCIPAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES (Essential Functions):
but not limited to :
o development of a dedicated web presence
o a financial system
o a data system
o an office location with all requirements an office entails o a communication system specifically for:
• eligibility to IMLCC member states so that those states may issue medical licenses
o contracting for additional administrative staff o other as needed
2. Financial Management:
Provide the following services-in a timely manner; either individually or in coordination with the IMLCC Treasurer:
• Accounts receivable and payable reports
• IMLCC fee billing for physician participants
• Payment of invoices
• Reconciliation of bank balances
• Monthly financial reports for the IMLCC financial committee
• Annual reports for the IMLCC
• Collection and deposit of fees - electronic solutions will be given greater
consideration
• Coordination of annual financial audits.
3. Planning, Coordination, and Management of Meeting:
The IMLCC has a minimum of one meeting per year, with attendees ranging from 25 to over 100. This required annual meeting and additional meetings may be attended by teleconference or in person. The IMLCC committees may meet monthly (up to 12 times per year) by
teleconference or in person.
Provide the following services:
• Develop meeting agendas by working with the IMLCC Chair and
committees
• Post agendas appropriately and in a timely manner
• Attend meetings to ensure proper functioning
• Establish site locations and venues
• Arrange conference calls
• Act as liaison with the hotel contact person
• Ensure all meeting needs and requirements are met, including but not limited to,
audio-visual and recording.
• Develop meeting and marketing materials, e.g. brochures
• Prepare meeting and project budgets
• Prepare and distribute meeting briefing book materials in an electronic
format to IMLC Commissioners and committee members in advance of
meetings
• Develop, process and make evaluation reports
4. Communication:
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JOB TITLE: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
FLSA: Exempt
LAST UPDATED: 01/9/2017
PRINCIPAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES (Essential Functions):
Communicate with all IMLCC Commissioners, medical and osteopathic state boards and other interested parties by providing the following services:
• Fulfill survey requests: prepare, post and maintain responses
• Prepare, update and maintain the Commissioner roster
• Prepare, update and maintain IMLCC materials
• Track Compact legislation and the new IMLCC Commissioners
Appointments; and, to make initial contact with them
• Liaison with the IMLCC Chair, Commissioners, and committees
• Prepare and post IMLCC information, including but not limited to a newsletter,
email broadcasts and website postings
5. Website Development and Maintenance:
Provide the following services:
• Maintain IMLCC dedicated web presence, including creating new webpages • Maintain a high level of functionality to the IMLCC website
• Suggest, revise , and format elements of IMLCC webpages
• Maintain accurate information to meet IMLCC needs
• Communicate and work collaboratively with IMLCC Commissioners and
Committee Chairs
• Develop and prepare online surveys for meeting planning and to solicit
opinions or information from Commissioners, licensing agencies, states
or the public
• Provide IMLCC financial or any other requested administrative records • Maintain IMLCC reports, policy and advisory opinion statements in an
electronic format
• Maintain IMLCC records of licensing activity in an electronic format
• Respond to public records requests with publicly available information
6. Special Projects:
Provide the following services:
• Draft proposals for projects, meetings and grants
• Coordinate communications with IMLCC, IMLCC committees as
well as external stakeholders
• Research, seek and acquire grants for funding of IMLCC operations
7. Personnel Management:
Providing the following services in a timely manner: • Direct administrative activities
• Prepare staff work schedules and assign specific duties
• Monitor suppliers to ensure goods and services are provided efficiently and effectively; and within budget.
• Establish or implement departmental policies, goals, objectives, or
procedures in conjunction with IMLCC Commissioners, organization officials, or
staff members.
• Perform personnel functions, such as selection, training, or evaluation. • Analyze operations to evaluate performance of a company or its staff in
meeting objectives or to determine areas of potential cost reduction,
program improvement or policy change.
• Confer with IMLCC members, organization officials, or staff members to
discuss issues, coordinate activities, or resolve problems.
• Implement corrective action plans to solve organizational or departmental
problems.
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JOB TITLE: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
FLSA: Exempt
LAST UPDATED: 01/9/2017
PRINCIPAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES (Essential Functions):
• Direct human resources activities, including the approval of human resource plans or activities, the selection of directors or other high-level staff, or establishment or organization of major departments.
8. Use of Subcontractors:
The Executive Director may, only with the prior consent of the IMLCC, enter into written subcontract(s) for performance of certain functions under the contract. Subcontractors known at the time of proposal submission and the amount of the subcontract shall be identified in the the RFP. No subcontract, which the Executive Director enters into with respect to performance under the contract resulting from the RFP, shall in any way relieves the Executive Director of responsibility for performance of any duties. The Executive Director shall make all payments to subcontractors. No payment to the
Executive Director will be processed until all subcontracts are approved in writing by the IMLCC.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
Ability to lift up to 10 pound, ability to sit for extensive periods of time at a computer and may require significant overnight travel by land or air; and there may be the need to attend meetings before/after normal work hours, as well as weekend work as needed.
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED:
1. Computers: desktop,, laptop, and/or notebook
2. Keyboard Equipment: adding machines, calculators, computer
keyboards, terminals, typewriters
3. Office Equipment: fax machine,
photocopier, scanners, voicemail
systems
4. Projector
Computer software:
a. Fundamental knowledge of
computer operating systems Calendar, contacts, and email software, such as Microsoft Outlook
b. Microsoft Word or other word processing & transcription software
c. Internet Browser: Explorer, Foxfire,
Safari, other
d. Microsoft Excel or other spreadsheet
software
e. Microsoft PowerPoint or other
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JOB TITLE: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
FLSA: Exempt
LAST UPDATED: 01/9/2017
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED:
presentation software
f. Microsoft Access or other database
software
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES (KSA'S)
SKILLS REQUIRED FOR THIS POSITION INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
Active Learning - Understanding the implications of new information for both current and future
problem-solving and decision-making
Active Listening - Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times.
Complex Problem Solving - Identifying complex problems and reviewing related information to develop and evaluate options and implement solutions
Coordination - Adjusting actions in relation to others' actions
Critical Thinking - Using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative
solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.
Judgment and Decision Making - Considering the relative costs and benefits of potential actions to choose the most appropriate one
Management of Financial Resources - Determining how money will be spent to get the work done, and accounting for these expenditures
Management of Personnel Resources - Motivating, developing, and directing people as they work, identifying the best people for the job
Monitoring - Monitoring/Assessing performance of yourself, other individuals, or organizations to make improvements or take corrective action.
Reading Comprehension - Understanding written sentences and paragraphs in work related documents.
Social Perceptiveness - Being aware of others' reactions and understanding why they react as they do.
Speaking - Talking to others to convey information effectively.
Time Management - Managing one's own time and the time of others.
Writing - Communicating effectively in writing as appropriate for the needs of the audience.
ABILITIES REQUIRED FOR THIS POSITION INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
Category Flexibility - The ability to generate or use different sets of rules for combining or grouping
diverse information.
Deductive Reasoning - The ability to apply general rules to specific problems to produce clear and
logical conclusions. .
Fluency of Ideas - The ability to suggest numerous ideas or resolutions about a topic (the number of ideas is important, not their quality, correctness, or creativity).
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JOB TITLE: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
FLSA: Exempt
LAST UPDATED: 01/9/2017
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED:
Inductive Reasoning - The ability to combine pieces of information to form general rules or conclusions (includes finding a relationship among seemingly unrelated events).
Information Ordering - The ability to arrange information or actions in an order/ pattern according to a rule or rules (e.g., number patterns, letters, words, pictures, mathematical operations).
Oral Comprehension - The ability to listen to and understand information and ideas presented through spoken words and sentences.
Oral Expression - The ability to verbally communicate information and ideas clearly for easy comprehension. .
Problem Sensitivity - The ability to detect challenges or issues of concern. It does not involve solving the problem, only recognizing there is a problem.
Selective Attention - The ability to concentrate on a task over a period of time without being distracted.
Speech Clarity - The ability to speak clearly so others can understand you.
Speech Recognition - The ability to identify and understand the speech of another person.
Written Comprehension - The ability to read and understand information and ideas presented in writing.
Written Expression - The ability to communicate information and ideas in writing so others will understand.
WORK STYLES:
1. Adaptability/Flexibility - Adaptable to change (positive or negative) and to variety in the workplace
2. Analytical Thinking - Analyze information and use logic to address work-related issues and problems
3. Attention to Detail - Detail-oriented and thorough in completing work tasks
4. Concern for Others - Consideration and understanding of colleagues and coworkers needs
and feelings; helpful on the job
5. Cooperation - Display a good-natured, cooperative attitude with coworkers and colleagues.
6. Dependability - Reliable, responsible, dependable; fulfill obligations
7. Independence - Self-guided and productive work ethic with little or no supervision
8. Initiative - Willingness to take on responsibilities and challenges
9. Integrity - Honest and ethical
10. Leadership - Willingness to lead, take charge, offer opinions and direction
11. Self-Control - Maintain composure, even-tempered, and avoid aggression, even in difficult
situations
12. Social Orientation - Prefers team work rather than working alone; personally connect with
others on the job
13. Stress Tolerance - Accept criticism and deal calmly and effectively in high stress situations
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JOB TITLE: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
FLSA: Exempt
LAST UPDATED: 01/9/2017
An Equal Opportunity Employer: The Interstate Medical Licensure Compact Commission is committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity and is committed to making employment decisions based on merit. We are committed to complying with Federal, State and local laws providing equal employment opportunities, as well as all laws related to terms and conditions of employment. This agency desires to keep a work environment free of discrimination based on sex, race, religion, color, national origin, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, age or any other status protected by Federal, State or local laws.


Position Type
Full Time (30+ hrs/week)
Description
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

• Develops and executes recruitment strategies to attract, screen, and hire quality healthcare professionals who meet the office's immediate and projected needs
• Utilizes various recruitment tools and methods to source and attract a pool of qualified and diverse candidates
• Matches and evaluates candidate skills to client and patient needs through screening and interviewing
• Completes necessary reference checks on candidate's background and work experience
• Ensures candidates meet required hiring standards for Maxim and applicable contracts
• Negotiates salary, terms and conditions of employment with candidates
• Schedules caregivers and field staff for initial placement and ongoing assignments
• Manages caregivers and field staff while on assignment (non-clinical functions); assesses and investigates caregiver and field staff concerns and issues, and provides performance coaching, counseling and disciplinary action when appropriate
• Maintains regular contact to and develops relationships with active clients, patients, and referral sources to identify current staffing needs and requirements, projected openings, and potential new business opportunities
• Ensures client, patient and referral source expectations are understood and met while addressing and resolving concerns relating to customer service, caregiver or field staff performance
• Documents candidate, caregiver, field staff, and client correspondence and activities within system of recor
• Takes on-call as scheduled
• Incorporates caregiver and field staff retention strategy into daily routine
• Builds and cultivates relationships with industry contacts to gain industry knowledge, referrals, and business development leads
• Performs other duties as assigned
Qualifications
Minimum Requirements:
• Undergraduate degree preferred in Business, Marketing, Management, Communications, Public Relations, Healthcare Administration, or licensed RN
• Must meet all federal, state, and local requirements
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Strong analytical skills
• Results driven, sense of urgency, and high standard of professionalism
• The minimum requirements described in this document are universal for the listed positions unless otherwise required by law
Location
Roseville, California
United States (Nationwide)
ID/Job Board Number
718937
Division/Department
Talent Reasources
Job Function
Clerical, Customer Service, Healthcare/Wellness, Human Resources/HR
Number of Openings
2
Approximate Hours Per Week
45
Salary Range
45,000-55,000

More information about Northern Nevada HOPES: Community Health Worker- Medical Legal Partnership



Do you have impressive talent? Can you make the impossible possible? Then it's time to convince us, by sending over your radical and unique resume to the hiring team at Northern Nevada HOPES! Please spare us from having to read a lengthy, boring, and antiquated cover letter! But ABSOLUTELY do: describe your leadership accomplishments, feature all your awards, or share with us your proven abilities to exert positive influence. We'd be delighted to hear a couple fun filled examples and/or stories, of how you brought forward exciting changes, despite the challenges of working with a diverse population or having to work in a tough environment.
Here is Why HOPES changes lives:
We want you to bring value, and feel valued every day! We are a non-profit community health center that provides healthcare to medically underserved populations. HOPES programs address conditions that often challenge people with stigma, isolation, addiction, mental health, hunger and homelessness. Help to make our world class syringe services program and wellness clinic provide new and innovative paths to healthcare for our patients
JOB Must Haves:
Love to be challenged, because you will be daily.
Be you! Our clients can tell when you are trying to be someone else
Know, learn, and keep up to date with the Trauma Informed Care, Motivational Interviewing and Harm Reduction philosophy. Be prepared to speak to your opinion in applying this approach to our unique demographic and clients.
Understand our health center and how what you do can help to keep a heart beating
Ability to learn and understand the relationship between social determinants of health and health outcomes
Willing to be trained in assessments of clients for social issues affecting health
Love change! It happens around here at the speed of light
Experience working with underserved populations, including but not limited to HIV positive individual, Injection drug using individuals, homeless individuals and mental health individuals
Learn something new every day, to not do so is dumb in this ever changing job.
Bachelor's degree or formal studies in public health, HIV or social work OR equivalent practical work experience
Ability to understand and respond with appropriate sensitivity to diverse populations is key.
Well-developed presentation skills and the ability to present ideas to diverse audiences-Habla Espanol prefferido!
Brag to us about your stories and how you've creatively recruited or brought in patients know about services in the wellness clinic. Recognize the place for all that good record keeping and organizational stuff . . . because sometimes we can be like herding cats.
Perform a broad range of simultaneous tasks
Be nice, for some of the people you will interact with you may be the only person who is.
The word out on the street is HOPES is the Best Place to Work . . . Check out our benefits at: www.nnhopes.org

More information about Outcomes Insights: Market Research


Market Research Position
Outcomes Insights, Inc. is a boutique healthcare research company based in Westlake Village, CA. We are seeking a research analyst to work in our commercial research and strategy practice to develop, coordinate and implement market research for pharmaceutical, biotechnology, device, and diagnostic products.
This position requires a minimum of 1 year of experience in a professional, client-facing environment as well as experience in the healthcare industry. The qualified candidate will have an inquiring mind, the ability to think proactively, strategically and creatively, to learn quickly, and to pay close attention to detail. We require excellent verbal and written skills for this position as well as a high level of competency in PowerPoint. A client-centric mindset is essential.
Please email resumes and cover letters to Mark Danese, PhD at mark@outins.com. Resumes without appropriate cover letters will not be read. Only responses directly from prospective candidates will be considered. This position is located onsite at our offices in Westlake Village, CA.
INDUSTRY KNOWLEDGE
• Basic knowledge of bio-pharma and/or US healthcare
•Proactive efforts in expanding knowledge
DOMAIN EXPERTISE
• Basic knowledge in research methods, statistics, survey design and data analyses
•Basic knowledge of drug development in the US
VERBAL AND WRITTEN COMMUNICATION SKILLS
• Effectively aligns findings with project objectives
• Ability to interpret graphics into key findings
• Excellent ability to verbally communicate ideas and issues with projects teams andclients, when needed
• Highly proficient in PowerPoint and Word
LIST OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Assist in the development of questionnaires and survey instruments based on the goalsand scope of the projects
• Coordinate internal and external client revisions and finalize survey instruments
2801 Townsgate Road | Suite 330 | Westlake Village, CA | 91361
www.outins.com
• Coordinate online survey programming and testing of surveys
• Oversee data collection and address questions from data collection vendors
• Analyze data files for accuracy of responses
• Develop draft presentations and analyses templates
• Conduct a high level quality check of final reports prior to delivery to internal managers and project lead
• Collect input and feedback from internal team members and revise the presentations/deliverables
EDUCATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE
• BA or BS with 1+ years of relevant experience in primary market research
• MBA or MS with limited relevant experience in primary market research

More information about Plumas County, CA: Community Outreach Coordinator-Public Health


DEFINITION

Under general direction, to plan, coordinate, and promote various County programs on a
county wide or regional basis; to increase and maintain membership in community coalitions;
to assist in providing educational services and presentations to the community; to prepare,
review and distribute educational materials; to prepare and distribute informational flyers,
posters, advertisements and other public relations materials; and to do related work as
required.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS

This is a specialized classification for the position, which has responsibility for planning,
coordinating and promoting diverse County Programs. This position develops, coordinating
and promotes the program, assists in the educational and public relations components of the
program, program and prevention services, and assists in the maintenance of the financial and administrative records of the organization.

* This Community Outreach Coordinator position will be assigned as a promotora, working on the County Medical Services Program Wellness & Prevention Pilot Project. This position will work closely with community partners to identify, enroll, and link people to available health or support services, including but not limited to health insurance programs. Partners may include community resource centers, WIC clinics, local hospitals, or Public Health Clinic nurses conducting home visits. This position is based on the promotora model, and involves extensive community outreach. The qualified candidate for this position will be fluent in spoken Spanish, and be able to read and write in Spanish as necessary. Twenty-five percent this staff position's time will be allocated to other programs, as needed.

Este puesto trabajará junto con socios de la comunidad para identificar, matricular, y vincular individuos con servicios de salud, incluyendo al seguro médico. Socios pueden incluir centros de recursos communitarios, clínicas de WIC, hospitales locales, o enfermeras de salud public durante visitas de casa. Este puesto tiene el papel de promotora, y incluye bastante relaciones con la comunidad. El candidato calificado será capaz de hablar, leer, y escribir en Español, como necesario. Veinti-cinco porciento del trabajo de este puesto será asignado a otros programas, como necesario.

*additional information from the Director of Public Health


Qualifications
Three (3) years of increasingly responsible experience in community organization, outreach, program administration/planning, public relations, agency coordination and office management. Completion of an Associate Arts degree (AA) in public relations, community organization, human services, business administration, public administration or related field is desirable.
Special Requirements
Possession of an appropriate California Driver's License issued by the California Department of Motor Vehicles.

More information about Plumas County, CA: Health Education Coordinator I/II, Health Education Specialist, or Community Outreach Coordinator


These positions within the Health Education Division of the Public Health Agency may work in one or more of the following program areas:

• The Tobacco Use Reduction Program, which plans, coordinates and provides a continuum of tobacco prevention education and services
• Oral Health Services, coordinating activities for the Dental Transformation Initiative grant, increasing access to dental care for Medi-Cal eligible children and young adults ages 0-20
• Public Health Emergency Preparedness
• Prescription Opioid Prevention program, to reduce prescription drug misuse and abuse among young people ages 12-24


HEALTH EDUCATION COORDINATOR I

DEFINITION
Under direction, to plan, organize, coordinate, implement, and conduct a variety of
public health education programs and related health services, public information
programs, health promotion, prevention programs, and to do related work as required.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS
This class is responsible for developing, coordinating, implementing, and conducting
public health services, health education programs with a single program focus. The
current health education programs include tobacco, AIDS, Perinatal Parent education,
school readiness, and promotion of wellness.

HEALTH EDUCATION COORDINATOR II

DEFINITION
Under direction, to plan, organize, coordinate, implement, and conduct a variety of
complex public health, education programs and related health services, health
promotion, prevention programs, and to do related work as required.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS
This class is distinguished from Health Education Coordinator I, in that the Health
Education Coordinator II manages multiple, complex programs with responsibility for
more than one program budget, diverse subcontracts with complex interactions and
varied scope of work. The Health Education Coordinator II supervises or directs multi
disciplinary teams, including case management at more than one site of service, or
regional influence. The Health Education Coordinator II is responsible for developing,
coordinating, implementing, and conducting public health services, health education
programs for health professionals, community groups, and individuals as provided by
the County Health Department. The current health education programs include
tobacco, AIDS, Perinatal Parent education, school readiness, and promotion of
wellness.

HEALTH EDUCATION SPECIALIST

DEFINITION
Under direction, to assist with planning and organizing public health education programs; to
conduct public health education activities and related public information programs; and to do
related work as required.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS
This class is responsible for conducting public health education for health professionals,
community groups, and individuals as provided by the County Health Department. The current health education programs include tobacco, AIDS, and promotion of wellness. The level and scope of problems is less than that of a Health Education Coordinator.

COMMUNITY OUTREACH COORDINATOR

DEFINITION
Under general direction, to plan, coordinate, and promote various County programs on a
county wide or regional basis; to increase and maintain membership in community coalitions;
to assist in providing educational services and presentations to the community; to prepare,
review and distribute educational materials; to prepare and distribute informational flyers,
posters, advertisements and other public relations materials; and to do related work as
required.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS
This is a specialized classification for the position, which has responsibility for planning,
coordinating and promoting diverse County Programs. This position develops, coordinating
and promotes the program, assists in the educational and public relations components of the
program, program and prevention services, and assists in the maintenance of the financial and
administrative records of the organization.

Qualifications
HEALTH EDUCATION COORDINATOR I:Graduation from an accredited college or university with a BS/BS in Health Education, Community Development, Public Relations or related field required, plus two (2) years experience in public health education, community development or related field. (Master's degree in a related field is preferred and may be substitute for experience.) (Certification as a Health Education Specialist (CHES) preferred and may substitute for experience.) HEALTH EDUCATION COORDINATOR II:Graduation from an accredited college or university with a BS/BA in Health Education, Community Development, Public Relations or related field, plus four (4) years experience in Public Health Education, Community Development or related field. (Master's degree in Public Health, Community Health Education, Communication, Media, Public Relations or related field is strongly preferred and may be substitute for two years of experience.) (Certification as a Health Education Specialist (CHES) preferred and may substitute for two years of experience.) HEALTH EDUCATION SPECIALIST:Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree in public or community health education or other relevant degree such as psychology, education, or sociology. Some previous experience in working in the public health field is highly desirable. COMMUNITY OUTREACH COORDINATOR:Three (3) years of increasingly responsible experience in community organization, outreach, program administration/planning, public relations, agency coordination and office management. Completion of an Associate Arts degree (AA) in public relations, community organization, human services, business administration, public administration or related field is desirable.
Special Requirements
Possession of a valid drivers license at time of application and possession of a valid California Drivers License by time of appointment. The valid California Drivers License must be maintained throughout employment.

More information about Plumas County, CA: Public Health Nurse


Public Health Nurse I, II,or III
JOB DESCRIPTION

For detailed job descriptions, click on the links below;

Public Health Nurse I
Public Health Nurse II
Public Health Nurse III

PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE I

DEFINITION
Under direction, to learn to plan and conduct a variety of public health clinics and
services; to provide basic nursing, educational and health counseling services in
connection with the control and prevention of disease and adverse health conditions;
Coordinates client and community services to support goals of the Agency and to do
related work as required.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS
This is the entry and first working level in Public Health Nurse class series. Incumbents
must have requisite public health nursing certification, but need only limited public
health nursing work experience. Initially, assignments are performed under relative
close guidance and supervision. As experience is gained, incumbents work with greater
independence. When requisite training and background has been gained, incumbents
may expect promotion to Public Health Nurse II. The class differs from the Registered
Nurse I and II classifications by requiring the possession of a Public Health Nurse
License.

PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE II

DEFINITION
Under direction, to plan and conduct a variety of public health clinics and services; to
provide nursing, educational and health counseling services in connection with the
control and prevention of disease and adverse health conditions. Coordinates client and
community services to support goals of the Agency and to do related work as required.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS
This is the experienced, journey level in the Public Health Nurse class series.
Assignments are performed on a relatively independent basis. This class is
distinguished from Public Health Nurse I by the requirement of work experience and
background in public health nursing. Incumbents may be responsible for directing a
specific public health program on a County wide basis, or serving as a coordinator for
various State health programs at the County level.

PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE III

DEFINITION
Under direction, to plan, coordinate, and monitor assigned public health nursing programs; to
supervise and train other public health nursing staff; to plan and conduct a variety of public
health clinics and services; to provide nursing, educational and health counseling services in
connection with the control and prevention of disease and adverse health conditions; and to do related work as required.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS
This is the full supervisory level in the Public Health Nurse class series. Assignments included program planning, development, and monitoring, as well as the supervision and training of assigned staff. This class is distinguished from Public Health Nurse II by the responsibility for supervising and training a regularly assigned staff.
Qualifications
I: Some nursing experience in a public health setting is highly desirable. Graduation from an accredited college or university and completion of an approved public health nursing program. II: Two (2) years of nursing experience equivalent to Public Health Nurse I with Plumas County. Graduation from an accredited college or university and completion of an approved public health nursing program. III: Two (2) years of nursing experience equivalent to Public Health Nurse II with Plumas County. Graduation from an accredited college or university and completion of an approved public health nursing program
Special Requirements
Possession of a valid license as a Registered Nurse in California and a Certificate as a Public Health Nurse issued by the California State Board of Registered Nursing. Possession of a valid California Driver's License.
Miscellaneous Information
Proficiency in Spanish and/or American Sign Language is highly desirable.


PUBLIC HEALTH POLICY ADVISOR
Job Code: 445400
Pay Plan: Classified
Pay Grade: 27
Occupational Category: Administrative Services, HR & Fiscal Operations
Effective Date: XX/XX/2016
Class Definition:
Policy and planning leadership at a senior professional level for the Department of Health, involving a wide range of complex policy initiatives in the area of public health, health care, and environmental health. The role involves extensive interactions with Department and Agency leadership; Department directors and staff; members of the legislature; stakeholder groups; and local and state partners. Duties are performed with significant independence under the general direction of the Senior Policy and Legal Advisor.
All employees of the Agency of Human Services perform their respective functions adhering to four key practices: customer service, holistic service, strengths-based relationships and results orientation.
Examples of Work:
 Responsible for creating and executing an annual legislative plan coordinated within the Department and Agency.
 Prepare reports, briefing papers and other materials needed to comply with legislative initiatives.
 Organize and facilitate multidisciplinary project teams composed of technical and scientific experts, from both inside and outside the department.
 Participate on rule-writing team to identify priorities and schedules for rulemaking.

o Work with program managers and content experts to develop process for writing assigned rules and conforming to legal requirement for specific rules and general rulemaking.
o With varying degrees of input from programs and content experts, write and edit rules to reflect appropriate scope, style and consistency with other VDH rules.
 Represent VDH on the Governor's Commission on Successful Aging, and chair Health Reform subcommittee. Lead and contribute to drafting of required reports to Governor.
 Write policy analyses as assigned to clarify policy issues for Commissioner and Senior Policy and Legal Advisor.
 As assigned by Commissioner and Senior Policy and Legal Advisor, research specific topics and work with legislators and others or draft reports as required. (Examples: Hospice, Act 48 Health Reform Report, Integrative Healthcare).
Environmental Factors:
Duties are performed largely in an office setting, with some required travel for which private means of transportation must be available. Evening and weekend duty may be necessary. Some confrontational meetings with interest groups may occur. Superb human relations skills are necessary.
Minimum Qualifications
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Considerable knowledge of legislative process at the state level.
Ability to read and write complex documents.
Familiarity with, or ability to, write administrative rules. Ability to monitor and evaluate legislative and regulatory proposals for possible impact on agency policies and operations.
Ability to identify policy needs and coordinate policy development teams. Ability to facilitate group meetings. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships. Ability to exercise considerable tact and diplomacy.
Ability to provide leadership and accountability within the framework of the four key practices of the Agency of Human Services: customer service, holistic service, strengths-based relationships and results orientation.
Education and Experience:
Bachelor's degree in political science, communication, health, public health, journalism, public relations or related field, and five years of experience at a professional level in government relations, communication, public health, health policy, lobbying/advocacy or
public relations. A law degree, Master's degree in public administration, political science, public health, communication or a related field is preferred.
Note: Position requires demonstrated plain language writing skills. Applicants will be required to submit writing samples.
Special Requirements:
Candidates must pass any level of background investigation applicable to the position. In accordance with AHS Policy 4.02, Hiring Standards, Vermont and/or national criminal record checks, as well as DMV and adult and child abuse registry checks, as appropriate to the position under recruitment, will be conducted on candidates, with the exception of those who are current classified state employees seeking transfer, promotion or demotion into an AHS classified position or are persons exercising re-employment (RIF) rights.

More information about State of Nevada: 30843-DEVELOPMENTAL SPECIALIST 3


State of Nevada Announces
An Open Competitive Recruitment for:
DEVELOPMENTAL SPECIALIST 3 - Part-Time
APPROXIMATE HOURLY RATE - $22.48 to $33.39 PAY GRADE: 35
For more information on benefit and retirement programs, please see the sections below.
In order to receive consideration, applicants must indicate their availability for any work type, travel, and location requirements listed.
JOB INFORMATION
Work Type: Permanent, part time vacancies as they may occur in this geographical location.
Department: Health and Human Services
Division: Aging & Disability Services
Location: Carson, Minden, Gardnerville, Genoa
Job Class Code: 10.140
RECRUITMENT INFORMATION
Announcement Number: 30843
Open to all qualified persons.
Posted 03/15/2017
Recruiter:
NANCY PANOZZO
Phone: (775)684-0129
Email: nspanozzo@admin.nv.gov
Applications accepted until recruitment needs are satisfied

** Qualified individuals are encouraged to apply immediately. Lists of eligible candidates will be established and hiring may occur early in the recruiting process. Recruitment will close without notice when a sufficient number of applications are received or a hiring decision has been made.
The Position
Developmental Specialists provide individual and group clinical, developmental and support services for individuals of all ages who have, or who may be at risk for, developmental delays, developmental disabilities, intellectual disabilities or related conditions, and social, emotional, and/or behavioral disorders.
Incumbents possess a degree of knowledge and proficiency sufficient to perform work independently with little or no additional training.
This position is located within the Aging and Disability Services Division (ADSD) of the Department of Health and Human Services - Rural Regional Center, and will be located in Carson City, NV. ADSD provides an atmosphere of innovative thinking, teamwork, friendly co-workers, and promotes a positive work environment. The mission of the Aging and Disability Services Division (ADSD) is to provide leadership and advocacy in the planning, development and delivery of a high quality, comprehensive support service system across the lifespan to allow all of Nevada's elders, children and adults with disabilities or special health care needs, to live independent, meaningful and dignified lives to the greatest extent possible. This is a part-time (0.51% full time equivalency) benefits eligible position. The Developmental Specialist will use a person-centered approach to develop supports to assist individuals in maintaining health and welfare and to develop skills to live and interact in their community. The incumbent will assist the person to identify goals and develop an individualized service plan. Duties include assessment; planning, training and consultation; monitoring progress toward the service plan; resource development and crisis management. The incumbent is also responsible for networking and coordinating services with providers and other agencies and community partners.
To see full Class Specifications visit: http://hr.nv.gov/Resources/ClassSpecs/Class_Specifications-10_0/

To Qualify:
In order to be qualified, you must meet the following requirements:
Education and Experience (Minimum Qualifications)
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in early childhood, special education, human growth and development, psychology, counseling, social work or a closely related field and two years of professional experience providing developmental, special education, intervention or treatment-oriented services for individuals who have or may be at risk for developmental delays, developmental disabilities, intellectual disabilities or related conditions; OR one year of experience as a Developmental Specialist II in Nevada State service; OR an equivalent combination of education at or above a bachelor's degree and experience as described above.
Special Requirements
A valid driver's license is required at the time of appointment and as a condition of continued employment.
Applicants must meet federal guidelines for Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professional designation at the time of appointment.
A pre-employment criminal history check and fingerprinting are required. Persons offered employment in this position will be required to pay for these items.
This position may be required to travel at least 50 percent of the time.
The Examination
Application Evaluation Exam
The exam will consist of an application evaluation. It is essential that applications include extensively detailed information with time frames regarding education and experience. The most qualified applicants will be contacted by the hiring agency for interview.

More information about State of Nevada: 30857 HEALTH PROGRAM MANAGER 1


State of Nevada Announces
An Open Competitive Recruitment for:
HEALTH PROGRAM MANAGER 1
APPROXIMATE ANNUAL SALARY - $51,197.76 to $76,316.40 PAY GRADE: 37
For more information on benefit and retirement programs, please see the sections below.
In order to receive consideration, applicants must indicate their availability for any work type, travel, and location requirements listed.
JOB INFORMATION
Work Type: A Permanent, full time vacancy
Department: Health and Human Services
Division: Public and Behavioral Health
Location: Carson, Minden, Gardnerville, Genoa
Job Class Code: 10.232
RECRUITMENT INFORMATION
Announcement Number: 30857
Open to all qualified persons.
Posted 02/24/2017
Close Date: 03/10/2017
Recruiter:
NANCY PANOZZO
Phone: (775)684-0129
Email: nspanozzo@admin.nv.gov
Applications accepted for another 7 Days 3 Hrs 51 Mins
The Position
Health Program Managers provide administrative direction for programs related to maternal, child and family health, nutrition, disease control, or other health programs.
This recruitment is for a Health Program Manger 1 position within the Maternal, Child, and Adolescent Health Section located in Carson City in the Division of Public and Behavioral Health, Bureau of Child, Family, and Community Wellness. This supervisory position is responsible for the management of the Maternal and Child Health Title V Programs. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, extensive grant writing and reporting; grant fiscal management, oversight and reporting; first point of contact with federal partners including, but not limited to, Health Resouces and Services Administration (HRSA) program officers relating to adherence to programmatic reporting and presentations; coordination of technical assistance with key stakeholders, including quarterly advisory boards; implementation of evidenced-based practices in the maternal, infant, children- including children and youth with special health care needs- and adolescent populations. This position provides leadership and vision to the Maternal and Child Health Title V Program in a collaborative manner with both internal and external programs and agencies.
To see full Class Specifications visit: http://hr.nv.gov/Resources/ClassSpecs/Class_Specifications-10_0/

To Qualify:
In order to be qualified, you must meet the following requirements:
Education and Experience (Minimum Qualifications)
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in public health, human services, social science, behavioral science or related field and three years of health-related professional experience, one year of which was supervisory and included providing or coordinating the delivery of health care services, budget monitoring, and interpretation of regulations, policies and directives related to health care delivery systems; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Special Requirements
A pre-employment criminal history check and fingerprinting are required. Persons offered employment in this position will be required to pay for these items.
The Examination
Application Evaluation Exam
The exam will consist of an application evaluation. It is essential that applications include extensively detailed information with time frames regarding education and experience. The most qualified applicants will be contacted by the hiring agency for interview.

More information about State of Nevada: 30859-HEALTH INFO COORDINATOR 1


State of Nevada Announces
An Open Competitive Recruitment for:
HEALTH INFO COORDINATOR 1
APPROXIMATE ANNUAL SALARY - $36,540.00 to $53,431.92 PAY GRADE: 29
For more information on benefit and retirement programs, please see the sections below.
In order to receive consideration, applicants must indicate their availability for any work type, travel, and location requirements listed.
JOB INFORMATION
Work Type: Permanent, full time vacancies as they may occur in this geographical location.
Department: Corrections
Location: Las Vegas, Boulder City, Indian Springs, Jean, Henderson
Job Class Code: 10.234
RECRUITMENT INFORMATION
Announcement Number: 30859
Open to all qualified persons.
Posted 02/27/2017
Close Date: 03/13/2017
Recruiter:
S GHAN
Phone: (775)684-0133
Email: bghan@admin.nv.gov
Applications accepted for another 13 Days 4 Hrs 11 Mins
The Position
Health Information Coordinators store, maintain, retrieve, retain, and release health information for a comprehensive medical/clinical records system in compliance with applicable standards and licensing requirements, regulations, policies, and procedures.
Incumbents possess a degree of knowledge and proficiency sufficient to perform work independently with little or no additional training.
Health Information Coordinators are responsible for the processing/preparation of weekly records and ensuring the sign off by medical staff for transportation. This position will work with Caseworkers to process inmate records for Social Security requests, breakdown retired records, thin oversized charts, and the cataloguing and storage of retired/extra volume records. Other duties include filling requests for copied records, responding to inmate kites for record reviews, copies, and transitional housing applications, pulling requested dental records, filing dental intake charts, loose filing for inmate records, scanning pharmacy and intake requests, and all other faxed requests.
To see full Class Specifications visit: http://hr.nv.gov/Resources/ClassSpecs/Class_Specifications-10_0/

To Qualify:
In order to be qualified, you must meet the following requirements:
Education and Experience (Minimum Qualifications)
Graduation from high school or equivalent, one semester-length course in basic medical terminology and two years of experience in the medical records department of an inpatient hospital, skilled nursing facility, mental health clinic, large multi-specialty medical practice, facility for individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities or free standing clinic which included initiating and maintaining medical/clinical records; releasing information in accordance with established laws, rules and regulations; maintaining confidentiality; and working with staff, patients and the general public; OR one year of experience as a Health Information Coordinator Trainee in Nevada State service; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience as described above.
Special Requirements
A State of Nevada/FBI background check will be required of the selected applicant.
A pre-employment criminal history check and fingerprinting are required.
The Examination
Application Evaluation Exam
The exam will consist of an application evaluation. It is essential that applications include extensively detailed information with time frames regarding education and experience. The most qualified applicants will be contacted by the hiring agency for interview.

More information about State of Nevada: 30965-HEALTH PROGRAM SPECIALIST 1


State of Nevada Announces
An Open Competitive Recruitment for:
HEALTH PROGRAM SPECIALIST 1 - Tribal Liaisons
APPROXIMATE ANNUAL SALARY - $46,938.24 to $69,718.32 PAY GRADE: 35
For more information on benefit and retirement programs, please see the sections below.
In order to receive consideration, applicants must indicate their availability for any work type, travel, and location requirements listed.
JOB INFORMATION
Work Type: A Permanent, full time vacancy
Department: Health and Human Services
Division: Administrative Services
Location: Carson, Minden, Gardnerville, Genoa
Job Class Code: 10.237
RECRUITMENT INFORMATION
Announcement Number: 30965
Open to all qualified persons.
Posted 03/09/2017
Close Date: 03/23/2017
Recruiter:
ROSANA WOOMER
Phone: (775)684-0132
Email: rwoomer@admin.nv.gov
Applications accepted for another 10 Days 5 Hrs 3 Mins
The Position
Health Program Specialists plan, develop, implement and evaluate health services and activities; develop goals, objectives, program requirements and procedures; provide technical information regarding specialized health related conditions; and participate and provide support to various committees, advisory boards and other work groups.
Incumbents possess a degree of knowledge and proficiency sufficient to perform work independently with little or no additional training.
This position serves as the tribal liaison for the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). Responsibilities include: establish and maintain tribal consultation agreements; facilitate quarterly tribal consultation meetings; promote effective working relationships with Nevada tribes, tribal liaisons and divisions within the DHHS; represent the DHHS at all appropriate tribal meetings and events; research, collect and analyze health data and statistics; review plans from other state and federal agencies; make recommendations for program development and expansion and resource allocation; provide technical information and assistance regarding DHHS programs and health-related topics.
To see full Class Specifications visit: http://hr.nv.gov/Resources/ClassSpecs/Class_Specifications-10_0/

To Qualify:
In order to be qualified, you must meet the following requirements:
Education and Experience (Minimum Qualifications)
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in a health science, behavioral science or closely related field applicable to the program area and two years of health-related experience which included researching, collecting, and analyzing data and statistics, developing objectives, protocols, and procedures, providing health education services to target groups or the general public, and/or investigation and prevention of communicable or chronic diseases; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Special Requirements
A valid driver's license is required at the time of appointment and as a condition of continuing employment.
A pre-employment criminal history check and fingerprinting are required. Persons offered employment in this position will be required to pay for these items.
The Examination
Application Evaluation Exam
The exam will consist of an application evaluation. It is essential that applications include extensively detailed information with time frames regarding education and experience. The most qualified applicants will be contacted by the hiring agency for interview.
The following additional questions are part of this Recruitment
1) Do you have experience working with and/or collaborating with the Nevada tribal entities. If so, please explain.

More information about State of Nevada: 30974-CLINICAL PROGRAM PLANNER 1


State of Nevada Announces
An Open Competitive Recruitment for:
CLINICAL PROGRAM PLANNER 1 - Manager of IDEA Part C Office
APPROXIMATE ANNUAL SALARY - $53,431.92 to $79,907.76 PAY GRADE: 38
For more information on benefit and retirement programs, please see the sections below.
In order to receive consideration, applicants must indicate their availability for any work type, travel, and location requirements listed.
JOB INFORMATION
Work Type: A Permanent, full time vacancy
Department: Health and Human Services
Division: Administrative Services
Location: Carson, Minden, Gardnerville, Genoa
Job Class Code: 10.129
RECRUITMENT INFORMATION
Announcement Number: 30974
Open to all qualified persons.
Posted 03/09/2017
Close Date: 03/23/2017
Recruiter:
NANCY PANOZZO
Phone: (775)684-0129
Email: nspanozzo@admin.nv.gov
Applications accepted for another 10 Days 5 Hrs 2 Mins
The Position
Clinical Program Planners perform and supervise a variety of planning and analytical functions in support of clinical programs and activities within divisions of the Department of Health and Human Services, including quality improvement, program design, policy and procedure development, program evaluation, research, contract and grant development and administration, strategic planning, and training initiatives.
Clinical Program Planner I's supervise quality improvement and quality assurance, program planning, program evaluation, and/or contract administration for a large program with multiple service delivery components, which may be regional or statewide.
The incumbent manages all activities necessary to comply with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Part C (Early Intervention Services). The Early Intervention System is a statewide system of coordinated, multidisciplinary, interagency programs to provide services to eligible infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families. The incumbent is responsible to: identify and coordinate resources; ensure the timely delivery of quality services; conduct research and develop reports and recommendations; develop grant applications; manage grants and provide required state and federal reports; develop and implement program policies and procedures; participate in the development and delivery of training; develop interagency agreements; provide for the collection and analysis of data; facilitate and/or participate in committees and work groups; assist with complaint resolution; provide direction and supervision to Part C Office staff engaged in monitoring, evaluating and providing technical assistance to early intervention programs throughout the State. Statewide and out-of-state travel is required.
To see full Class Specifications visit: http://hr.nv.gov/Resources/ClassSpecs/Class_Specifications-10_0/

To Qualify:
In order to be qualified, you must meet the following requirements:
Education and Experience (Minimum Qualifications)
Master's degree from an accredited college or university in a social science or health related field, which included clinical intervention coursework, and two years of professional experience as a clinician in a mental health or intellectual disability service delivery setting.
Special Requirements
A pre-employment criminal history check and fingerprinting are required. Persons offered employment in this position will be required to pay for these items.
Additional Position Experience
Experience working in a program of early intervention services or services for individuals with developmental disabilities.
The Examination
Application Evaluation Exam
The exam will consist of an application evaluation. It is essential that applications include extensively detailed information with time frames regarding education and experience. The most qualified applicants will be contacted by the hiring agency for interview.
INFORMATIONAL LINKS
For more information about state employment, visit the following:
Division of Human Resource Management: http://hr.nv.gov
Public Employees Retirement System: http://www.nvpers.org
Public Employees Benefits Program: http://pebp.state.nv.us

More information about State of Nevada: 30991-HEALTH EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS EVALUATOR


State of Nevada Announces
An Open Competitive Recruitment for:
HEALTH EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS EVALUATOR
APPROXIMATE ANNUAL SALARY - $46,938.24 to $69,718.32 PAY GRADE: 35
For more information on benefit and retirement programs, please see the sections below.
In order to receive consideration, applicants must indicate their availability for any work type, travel, and location requirements listed.

JOB INFORMATION

  • Work Type: A Permanent, full time vacancy
  • Department: Health and Human Services
  • Division: Public and Behavioral Health
  • Location: Carson, Minden, Gardnerville, Genoa
  • Job Class Code: 10.239

RECRUITMENT INFORMATION

  • Announcement Number: 30991
  • Open to all qualified persons.
  • Posted 03/09/2017
  • Close Date: 03/23/2017
  • Recruiter:
  • KENNETH SCHULZ
  • Phone: (775)684-0147
  • Email: krschulz@admin.nv.gov
  • The Position

The Health Emergency Preparedness Evaluator plans, develops, implements and evaluates a comprehensive statewide public health preparedness and response training and exercise program aimed at enhancing the emergency preparedness competencies and skills of the statewide public health workforce. This position will be located in the Public Health Preparedness Program within the Division of Public and Behavioral Health. Incumbents develop and implement a multi-year exercise plan and schedule in accordance with federal agencies requirements. Incumbents also research, analyze and evaluate courses, reference materials, trends and various formats of training and exercise programs available. This position is also responsible for preparing progress reports that are disseminated to upper management at both the Division and with Federal Agencies, as well as any other interested parties.

To see full Class Specifications visit: http://hr.nv.gov/Resources/ClassSpecs/Class_Specifications-10_0/

To Qualify:

In order to be qualified, you must meet the following requirements:

Education and Experience (Minimum Qualifications)

  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in a biological science, health, education or related field and two years of professional experience in the field of emergency response training and emergency operations involving response coordination and actual response to emergency situations; OR graduation from high school and four years of professional experience as described above; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Special Requirements

  • A pre-employment criminal history check and fingerprinting are required. Persons offered employment in this position will be required to pay for fingerprinting.

The Examination

Application Evaluation Exam

The exam will consist of an application evaluation. It is essential that applications include extensively detailed information with time frames regarding education and experience. The most qualified applicants will be contacted by the hiring agency for interview.

INFORMATIONAL LINKS

For more information about state employment, visit the following:

  • Division of Human Resource Management: http://hr.nv.gov
  • Public Employees Retirement System: http://www.nvpers.org
  • Public Employees Benefits Program: http://pebp.state.nv.us

More information about State of Nevada: 31017-ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENTIST 2


State of Nevada Announces
An Open Competitive Recruitment for:
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENTIST 2
APPROXIMATE ANNUAL SALARY - $46,938.24 to $69,718.32 PAY GRADE: 35
For more information on benefit and retirement programs, please see the sections below.
In order to receive consideration, applicants must indicate their availability for any work type, travel, and location requirements listed.
JOB INFORMATION
Work Type: Permanent, full time vacancies as they may occur in this geographical location.
Department: Conservation and Natural Resources
Division: Environmental Protection
Location: Carson, Minden, Gardnerville, Genoa
Job Class Code: 10.536
RECRUITMENT INFORMATION
Announcement Number: 31017
Open to all qualified persons.
Posted 03/15/2017
Close Date: 04/05/2017
Recruiter:
KARA SULLIVAN
Phone: (775)684-0126
Email: ksullivan@admin.nv.gov
Applications accepted for another 20 Days 1 Hrs 0 Mins
The Position
Environmental Scientists perform program research, planning and development, permitting, compliance monitoring, inspections/enforcement, and technical support services in relation to air, water, waste, federal facilities, corrective action, mining, biology, and other environmental programs.
Incumbents possess a degree of knowledge and proficiency sufficient to perform work independently with little or no additional training.
The Environmental Scientist in this position will perform compliance inspections/enforcement of federally regulated underground storage tank (UST) facilities, compliance reporting and communication with the regulatory community. This position will be responsible for coordinating inspections and overseeing UST installations and UST removals. The duties will also include maintaining the UST database. The incumbent must be able to lift 50 pounds. A valid driver's license is required at the time of appointment and as a condition of continuing employment. *** THIS RECRUITMENT MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME BASED ON THE AMOUNT OF APPLICATIONS RECEIVED. QUALIFIED APPLICANTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. ***
To see full Class Specifications visit: http://hr.nv.gov/Resources/ClassSpecs/Class_Specifications-10_0/

To Qualify:
In order to be qualified, you must meet the following requirements:
Education and Experience (Minimum Qualifications)
Bachelor's degree in the physical, natural resource or life sciences, engineering or closely related field and eighteen months of professional environmental experience which involved environmental program research, planning, and technical support; OR eighteen months of experience as an Environmental Scientist I in Nevada State service; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience.
The Examination
Application Evaluation Exam
The exam will consist of an application evaluation. It is essential that applications include extensively detailed information with time frames regarding education and experience. The most qualified applicants will be contacted by the hiring agency for interview.
The following additional questions are part of this Recruitment
1) A valid driver's license is required at the time of appointment and as a condition of continuing employment. Can you meet this requirement?

More information about State of Nevada: 31096-MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELOR 1


State of Nevada Announces
An Open Competitive Recruitment for:
MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELOR 1
APPROXIMATE ANNUAL SALARY - $46,938.24 to $69,718.32 PAY GRADE: 35
For more information on benefit and retirement programs, please see the sections below.
In order to receive consideration, applicants must indicate their availability for any work type, travel, and location requirements listed.
JOB INFORMATION
Work Type: A Permanent, full time vacancy
Department: Corrections
Division: Administrative
Location: Carson, Minden, Gardnerville, Genoa
Job Class Code: 10.141
RECRUITMENT INFORMATION
Announcement Number: 31096
Open to all qualified persons.
Posted 03/28/2017
Recruiter:
CAROL PION
Phone: (775)684-0151
Email: cpion@admin.nv.gov
Applications accepted until recruitment needs are satisfied

** Qualified individuals are encouraged to apply immediately. Lists of eligible candidates will be established and hiring may occur early in the recruiting process. Recruitment will close without notice when a sufficient number of applications are received or a hiring decision has been made.
The Position
Mental Health Counselors provide counseling, case management, direct clinical services, community and home based services, and behavioral and human services to mentally ill, developmentally disabled and/or emotionally disturbed clients in an outpatient, residential, community or similar setting.
Incumbents perform in a trainee capacity and acquire the knowledge, skills and abilities required in this occupation.
This position is located in the Northern Nevada Correctional Center. The Mental Health Counselor I will provide direct clinical services to clients, including therapy and psycho-educational programming services to individuals, groups and dual-diagnosis populations; provide case management, write progress notes, develop treatment plans, participate in mental health classifications, forced medication procedures and conduct psychological assessments. In addition, the Mental Health Counselor I is assigned a caseload.
To see full Class Specifications visit: http://hr.nv.gov/Resources/ClassSpecs/Class_Specifications-10_0/

To Qualify:
In order to be qualified, you must meet the following requirements:
Education and Experience (Minimum Qualifications)
Master's degree from an accredited college or university in counseling, marriage and family therapy, psychology, social work or closely related academic field; OR an equivalent combination of education and clinical experience at or above a master's degree and experience as described above.
Special Requirements
Working evenings, weekends, and/or holidays is required.
A State of Nevada/FBI background check will be required of the selected applicant.
A pre-employment criminal history check and fingerprinting are required.
Pursuant to NRS 284.4066, this position has been identified as affecting public safety. Persons offered employment in this position must submit to a pre-employment screening for controlled substances.
The Examination
Application Evaluation Exam
The exam will consist of an application evaluation. It is essential that applications include extensively detailed information with time frames regarding education and experience. The most qualified applicants will be contacted by the hiring agency for interview.
INFORMATIONAL LINKS
For more information about state employment, visit the following:
Division of Human Resource Management: http://hr.nv.gov
Public Employees Retirement System: http://www.nvpers.org
Public Employees Benefits Program: http://pebp.state.nv.us


YOUTH PREVENTION COORDINATOR JOB DESCRIPTION CCRFV
Updated: 3/22/2017
ORGANIZATION: The Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health,
Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Section
POSITION TITLE: Youth Prevention Coordinator
Compensation: $20-23/hr-(contractual position)
POSITION SUMMARY:
The Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health (NDPBH), Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (CDPHP) Section, Tobacco Prevention and Control Program (TPCP) is seeking a full-time (40 hours per week) Youth Prevention Coordinator for our new Substance Abuse Block Grant. This position is located at our Carson City, Nevada office. This position will oversee the planning, implementation, monitoring, and reporting of a grant program using youth advocates and data collectors to provide surveillance and engagement of tobacco retailers. The Youth Prevention Coordinator will be the lead in managing sub grants and contracts as well as collaborating with other tobacco control partners. The candidate must possess strong evaluation and data analysis skills, as well as grant writing and monitoring and program management skills. A bachelor's degree is required. Experience in youth prevention, understanding of retail assessments, and community collaboration is strongly preferred.
POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES:
 Develop tobacco merchant training tailored for our state
 Attend community meetings and events pertaining to youth advocacy and informing stakeholders of findings
 Speak publicly about the Substance Abuse Block Grant projects in multiple contexts
 Coordinate efforts with the Bureau of Behavioral Health, Wellness, and Prevention, local health authorities, tribal partners, and rural coalitions
 Communicate with stakeholders regarding the progress of the grant project
 Develop a plan for grant implementation, tracking and evaluation
 Grant writing, monitoring, and fiscal oversight for the Substance Abuse Block Grant and other youth prevention components of grants that are under purview of the TPCP

 Collect information to compile statistics about retail assessments and surveys and draft regular reports on the progress of the program
 Other duties as assigned
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
 1 year minimum of program development and management
 Interest in social and health policy and/or health issues
 Demonstrated experience in youth or young adult grassroots organizing skills including education, outreach and community mobilization
 Excellent personal organization skills, ability to work independently, handle multiple tasks, and prioritize and use time effectively
 Experience in group training and program development
 Proficient written and verbal communication skills
 Basic computer skills including use of Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook
 Bachelor's degree
Preferred Qualifications
 2 years of previous experience with community outreach and health education in a leadership capacity
 Previous experience in grant writing and monitoring
 Previous experience developing online trainings
 Coursework in behavioral or health sciences
Deliverables:
 All grant reporting required by the Bureau of Behavioral Health, Wellness, and Prevention
 Development, implementation and documentation of merchant training
 Collaborative meetings with grant sub recipients and key partners to improve and further develop merchant training drafts and final product
 Policy research and model language recommendations supporting youth prevention and retailer education

 Quarterly and annual progress reports
 Retailer education outreach campaign
 Meaningful contacts with tobacco retailers and community partners in Nevada
To apply, please submit cover letter and resume, on or before 5:00PM Friday, April 15, 2017, to:
Name: Nevada State Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Section, DPBH
Attention: David Olsen, Email: dolsen@health.nv.gov

More information about Washoe County : Social Worker III


Job Opening for Social Worker III
Job Alert - Social Worker III - Open Competitive / Countywide Promotional recruitment
Social Worker III
Social Worker III Application Is For All Levels (I, II, III)
Annual Salary:
I $50,752 - 66,040
II $54,308 - 70,553
III $60,174 - 78,249
For additional information and to apply for the position, visit https://www.washoecounty.us/humanresources/jobopportunities.php
This is an Open Competitive / Countywide Promotional recruitment being conducted to fill full time vacancies in the Social Services Department. The list established from this recruitment may be used to fill future vacancies as they occur.
**This position is in a flexibly staffed class series. The hiring department has the discretion to fill a vacancy at the Social Worker I, II or III level. Eligible candidates who qualify for more than one level in the series must be considered from the highest level for which they qualify, unless they specifically request to be considered at a lower level in lieu of the higher level.
Social Worker I
Under direct supervision, receives training and performs professional social work in the areas of Senior Services, Adult Services, Children's Services, and Child Care Licensing; and performs related work as required.
This is the entry and training level class in the Social Worker class series. Incumbents perform basic assignments and receive continuous training in the assigned area of professional social work. Incumbents are given constant and detailed supervision in areas such as department organization, social service programs, basic case study methods, and providing case services. It is distinguished from the Social Worker II class by the fact that incumbents perform a narrower range of duties under closer supervision.
Social Worker II
Under supervision, performs professional social services casework duties in the areas of Senior Services, Adult Services, Children's Services, and Child Care Licensing; and performs related work as required.
This is the first experienced level class in the Social Worker class series. Incumbents perform a wide-range of professional social work assignments under less supervision.
Social Worker III
Under supervision, performs a broad range of difficult and complex professional social services casework duties in the areas of Senior Services, Adult Services, Children's Services, and Child Care Services; and performs related work as required.
The journey level Social Worker position performs a broad range of difficult and complex professional social services casework duties in the areas of Senior Services, Adult Services, Children's Services, and Child Care Services; and performs related work as required. It is distinguished from Social Worker II by the fact that incumbents in the Social Worker II class are not performing full journey level assignments and performs related work as required.
Experience and Training Requirements
A BACCALAUREATE OR MASTER'S DEGREE IN SOCIAL WORK FROM AN ACCREDITED COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY IS REQUIRED FOR LICENSURE IN THE STATE OF NEVADA.
Social Worker I
Must possess license to practice Social Work in the State of Nevada required within six months from date of appointment (date hired).
For a complete job description: https://www.washoecounty.us/humanresources/files/hrfiles/60006141_1.pdf
Social Worker II
Must possess license to practice Social Work in the State of Nevada by time of appointment (date hired) and one year of full-time experience performing professional social work. * A Master's Degree in Social Work may substitute for six months of experience.
For a complete job description: http://www.washoecounty.us/repository/files/13/60006142_1.pdf
Social Worker III
Must possess license to practice Social Work in the State of Nevada by time of appointment (date hired) and two years of full-time experience performing professional social work. * A Master's Degree in Social Work may substitute for one year of experience.
For a complete job description: http://www.washoecounty.us/repository/files/13/60006143_1.pdf
The Ideal Candidate Will Have
Effective interpersonal and communication skills with clients from a wide-range of socio-economic backgrounds, division staff, representatives of other departments and the general public.
Previous experience with case management or protective service for diverse and vulnerable populations (Children & Youth Services, Older Adult Protective Services, etc.)
Demonstrates good judgment and employs critical thinking to execute duties, identify issues, seek solutions and recommend improvements in support of departmental goals.
Proficiency in Microsoft Suite with emphasis on Outlook, Word and Excel- and ability to use database software programs.
A positive, professional image; maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with internal and external customers
Written communication skills in both formal and informal situations (for example, court reports, case note documentation, letter-writing).
Proven ability to successfully meet deadlines and manage multiple priorities in a fast-paced environment.
Additional Skills Highly Desirable
Bilingual skills are desirable.
License or Certificate
For information regarding State of Nevada licensure, call the State of Nevada Social Workers Board of Examiners at (775) 688-2555. A baccalaureate or master's degree in social work from an accredited college or university is required for licensure. For more information on licensure go to the State of Nevada Board of Examiners for Social Workers website: http://socwork.nv.gov/. Nevada offers reciprocity and provisional licenses.
A valid driver's license is required at the time of appointment.
Condition of Employment
Background checks will be conducted on selected applicants through the State of Nevada and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Certain positions in the Social Services Department such as the Social Worker position have access to criminal justice agency systems including NCIC and CJIS. All felony convictions, gross misdemeanor and certain misdemeanors will prohibit that employee from working with NCIC and CJIS criminal justice systems. Additionally, the department will run a background check via the Child Abuse and Neglect Registry.
Selected applicant(s) will be required to have a tuberculosis test. The cost of the test will be borne by the selected applicant(s). Tests may be obtained at the Washoe County Health Department.
The Washoe County Employees Association (WCEA) Supervisory unit represents the Social Worker I, II, and III classifications. The provisions of the prospective collective bargaining unit therefore cover these positions.
Selection Process
The selection process will consist of an application evaluation weighted 100%. Applicants having the necessary qualifications for the Social Worker I, II, or III position will be placed on an unranked list. Candidates whose names are on the eligible list will be referred to the hiring department on an ongoing basis. At the time of referral candidates will be notified by email or telephone. Candidates that appear to most closely match the Experience and Training Requirements and Ideal Candidate Criteria will be interviewed by the Department of Social Services.
Those applicants who do not meet the qualifications will be notified by email and have five (5) working days to request a review of their qualifications.
Deadline for Applying
Until Further Notice
Questions?
Contact Carla Arribillaga, the Recruiting Analyst, at (775) 328-2096 or carribillaga@washoecounty.us
HR Front Desk phone: 775-328-2081 fax: 775-328-6119


Washoe County Health District Vector-Borne Diseases Program (VBDP) has several internship positions available in 2015.
The positions are seasonal (~6 months), Up to 40hrs a week during summer, with an opportunity for rehire each season until you complete your degree program.
Applicants must be enrolled in biology, agricultural sciences, natural sciences, geography, GIS, a related degree program, or related course work.

Interns will assist with mosquito and plague prevention programs. Regular duties consist of:  Applying control products for mosquito and flea control.
 Sampling wetlands, ditches, storm drains, and other areas for mosquito larvae.
 Mapping areas for helicopter applications.
 Operating handheld GIS devices to track applications.
Additional potential duties:
 Field and Laboratory work - Set CO2 mosquito traps, identify mosquitoes to species level, and submit to the state lab for virus testing.
 Field and Laboratory work - Take blood samples from sentinel chickens and test for virus in our lab (ELISA).  Raise and distribute mosquitofish.
 Trap rodents for flea/plague surveys.
Desirable candidates will be able to:
 Safely operate a motor vehicle with a trailer. A valid drivers license is required. Absolutely no major traffic offenses.
 Safely apply control products, preform all calculations, and record all data for regulatory compliance.
 Work early mornings. 7 am is the regular start time. On some days we may start as early as 4 am for mosquito
fogging. On 4 am days we give the option for an early off or a short day on Friday.
 With training be able to operate pesticide application equipment including truck mounted mosquito foggers, GIS devices, ATVs, and other application equipment.
 Walk considerable distances regularly. Ride a bike to treat storm drains with mosquito control tablets.  Lift 50 lbs. (loading control products into helicopter)
$10.50 - $13.50 hour.
Interested applicants should contact the VBDP office at 785-4599 and request an application.
Position starts in April so don't delay! We will work around school schedules in spring and fall. You are expected to work full time during summer months.

The position is for Public Health Intern for Vector Born Disease Prevention.
Interested applicants should call (775) 785-4599 or e-mail resumes to jjjeppson@washoecounty.us