Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 2022 Annual Public Health Conference
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Middleton Outreach Ministry MOM brings our community together to create food and housing security through action and advocacy, primarily in the West Madison, Middleton and Cross Plains areas. The Communications Manager creates and executes a communications and marketing strategy that promotes MOM’s mission and aligns with MOM’s brand. Using tools such as email, printed materials, social media and the website, the Communications Managers works with the MOM staff to effectively reach a wide variety of groups including donors, clients, volunteers, program partners and community members.
Please submit a cover letter and resume as well as two to three samples of your communications work (details may be changed to protect proprietary information) to email@example.com. Materials can include written articles or newsletters, graphic pieces. social media plans, communications calendars or any other communications pieces. The material is meant to be representative, not comprehensive. Material must be received by Wednesday, June 1 at 5:00 p.m. to be considered for this position.
Public Health Project Manager
Badger Bay Management Company - WPHA, WALHDAB The ideal candidate will be able to work independently to manage assignments to completion within a designated budget. Some travel may be required for the position, including occasional nights and weekends. The position is approved for remote work but must work within the state of Wisconsin. Responsibilities • Develop and manage project workplans and budgets. • Schedule, facilitate and lead multi-functional groups as needed to complete projects. • Regularly report on project plans and request additional support as needed to complete work. • Conduct research, data collection and literature review as needed to support projects. • Complete evaluation and reports to funders as required. • Convene and coordinate partners via virtual or in person meetings.
Public Health Specialist - Substance Abuse Prevention
Walworth County Public Health This position is responsible for the planning, organization, and administration of substance abuse prevention programming. This position serves as a health resource specializing in substance abuse prevention policy, systems, and environmental changes. This position advocates for community health and access to services for vulnerable populations while implementing grant objectives, work plans and responding to priorities that support the division’s mission, vision, and values.
Public Health Nurse
Walworth County Public Health This position is responsible for applying the nursing process and public health principles, interventions, and essential services including educating, counseling, preventing disease and promoting wellness and safety to individuals, families and visitors across the life span. The RN-Public Health collaborates with internal and external partners such as WIC, Children's Services, Behavioral Health, schools, private providers, and other public and government agencies on community planning, projects and programs, and systems based public health activities using evidence based practices. This position is required by Wisconsin DHS chapter 140.
Community Health Worker Supervisor
UW Health Interested in leading a team of Community Health Workers supporting a reproductive justice initiative? The ConnectRx Wisconsin – Saving Our Babies program is addressing Black maternal and child health inequities by identifying social determinant of health needs and connecting community members to a Community Health Worker to help connect them to resources. We are seeking a Community Health Worker Supervisor to:
Serve as a subject matter expert on the Community Health Worker program workflow and care model, carrying a patient caseload as necessary. Lead Community Health Worker team by supporting onboarding/training efforts, and supporting and promoting team member growth in areas of patient-centered care, education, and cross-organizational care. Triage incoming patient referrals, monitor volume and assign to Community Health Worker team as necessary. Ensure team members have the needed tools and resources to achieve goals and ensure compliance.
Waushara County Waushara County Public Health Nurse
Public Health Specialist/Strategist
City of West Allis Health Department Step into an integral role on our team, coordinating community assessment and the health improvement plan process. Ensure as a department we are meeting the metrics of our Strategic Plan, and moving our Performance Management Plan forward. Build and maintain community partnerships, as well as progress our Public Health Accreditation maintenance and reporting. Public Health services experience, as well as grant program oversight, will be important for our programming, communication, and education initiatives.
You can motivate, engage, mentor, and drive projects forward. You will facilitate various committees and work groups, prepare and submit reports, develop strategy, responsibly analyze statistical data, and engage with internal and external partners. You are organized and efficient in your work. You take into careful consideration cultural and diverse perspectives, and community accessibility needs.
Public Health Specialists lead the West Allis Violence Free Collaborative, Quality Improvement Council, Overdose Fatality Review Team, and are deeply involved in all health equity efforts.
We offer an unbeatable benefits package including contributory medical and fully paid dental, contributory dual pension program, and generous time off. West Allis residents earn an additional 3.5% on top of hourly pay range. Learn more and apply today!
Eau Claire City-County Health Department The Eau Claire City-County Health Department has an exciting grant-funded opportunity for a Health Educator assigned to work with the Western Wisconsin Public Health Readiness Consortium (WWPHRC). This position will play a key role in supporting member local and tribal health departments related to public health preparedness under the leadership of the Director. The WWPHRC currently consists of 17 local health departments and two tribal health clinics. You can learn more about WWPHRC at www.wwphrc.org . This grant funded full-time position is through June of 2023, but will continue based on availability of funding. The WWPHRC goal is to have this as an ongoing position. We offer a competitive salary and excellent benefits package consisting of health and life insurance, matched contributions into a retirement fund, paid holidays, and generous vacation and personal leave. Brittany Fry - WWPHRC director is contact person.
Epidemiologist I or II
Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Epidemiology Center The Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Epidemiology Center is seeking an Epidemiologist I or II, dependent upon experience and qualifications. There are two positions available. The Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Epidemiology Center (GLITEC) serves the 34 federally-recognized Tribes, four urban Indian communities, and three Indian Health Service (IHS) service units within the Bemidji IHS Area—Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Chicago, Illinois.
Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Epidemiology Center The Program Evaluator functions independently with limited supervision, initiating projects on their own and has the ability to pull and interpret data summaries and reports to tell the story of why the data is important and makes recommendations based on data. The Evaluator works on multiple projects in collaboration with GLITEC staff. To be successful in the position, the person should possess excellent oral and written communication skills; consistently exhibit professional behavior and a high degree of integrity and impartiality appropriate to the confidential nature of the position; and the ability to give presentations to various groups on significant findings is required. Another critical skill is collaborating and working effectively with a team of various partners. Evaluations may be related to program management, surveillance and epidemiology, health promotion, policy, and communication.
Public Health Specialist and Senior Public Health Specialist
Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Epidemiology Center The Public Health Specialist provides technical assistance, expertise, and consultation on issues of public health, health communication, health intervention strategies, and carry out research and other projects to identify, define, and prevent disability, morbidity, and mortality associated with disease, injury, and related health issues. Working as a team member, under the direction of a Senior Epidemiologist/Program Manager, the Public Health Specialist provides assistance and support to Tribal Nations on important public health matters. Attendance as scheduled is an essential function of this position. Frequent travel is required to meet the needs of the position.
The Senior Public Health Specialist manages communication channels between all project(s) partners as well as any advisory groups and committees; serves as primary contact for internal and external project leads on assigned project(s); creates health communication strategies and products, supports program manager in ensuring compliance with funding requirements, if appropriate, such as time and effort reporting, grant deliverables, and contract deliverables, is met; works closely with program manager in the implementation of project(s) scope and objectives as well as in developing project(s) budgets and tracks project spending as appropriate; assists in the development of detailed work plans, which include clear milestones and assignment of project(s) task responsibilities and schedules, as well as the collection, analysis and reporting of project data and reports findings and outcomes as requested; conducts project(s) meetings and is responsible for project tracking and monitoring; conducts and provides direction in program or project evaluation.