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Sexual & Reproductive Health Clinican
Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic
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Maternal Child Death Review and Block Grant Coordinator
Alaska Division of Public Health
This Public Health Specialist 2 position with the Alaska Division of Public Health provides a broad spectrum of technical consultation, program development and implementation, education, and advisory services. As Maternal Child Death Review (MCDR) Coordinator, the position directs all activities of Alaska’s program. This includes: supervising three MCDR staff (one LTNP and two permanent); advocating for and working towards the implementation of review findings and recommendations; developing relationships with state agencies and community groups involved in the prevention of maternal, infant, and child mortality; promoting and representing MCDR at local, state, and national meetings; facilitating review meetings; conducting quality assurance checks of the data; developing and managing budgets and responding to applicable funding opportunities. As Block Grant Coordinator, this position coordinates annual reporting for the Title V Maternal Child Health (MCH) Block Grant and leads the 5-year Statewide Needs Assessment process.
Child Health and Wellbeing Epidemiologist
Alaska Division of Public Health
This position will independently be developing and implementing a range of epidemiological and evaluation activities for the Alaska Longitudinal Child Abuse and Neglect Linkage (ALCANLink) project and Alaska Partnership Access Line (PAL-PAK) and other statewide programs related to adverse childhood experiences, behavioral health, and child wellbeing in Alaska. This includes designing and conducting novel research, evaluation, and analytical investigations using a variety of statistical techniques and serving as a statewide expert on the factors influencing child wellbeing outcomes.
Public Health Specialist
Alaska Department of Health
As the Public Health Specialist 2, Injury Prevention Specialist you will implement the public health approach to reduce injuries in Alaska and lead statewide partnerships to collaboratively address injury prevention areas of focus. Specialty areas of technical assistance and training provided by this position include topic areas such as transportation related injuries, falls, drowning and poison prevention and other injury areas of interest. In this position you will assist with federal grant reporting and contract management as well as public communication efforts.
Public Health Substance Misuse Prevention Specialist I - II
Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC)
Under general direction the Public Health Program Specialist will plan, develop, and evaluate varying programs, community initiatives, and grant activities for the Substance Misuse Prevention Program.

Duties include activities such as:

Coordinates grant activities to increase harm reduction initiatives throughout Alaska; develops, implements and evaluates public health and harm reduction-based initiatives while working in partnership with tribal health organizations and harm reduction organizations throughout Alaska.

Serves as a harm reduction advocate and provide recovery education and technical assistance to Tribal Health Organizations and rural communities throughout Alaska.

Provides support to the statewide iKnowMine resource, including dissemination of substance misuse prevention resources; increase the substance misuse prevention educational materials and resources available; develops culturally responsive curriculum, education materials, trainings and interventions.

Communicates and delivers public presentations, trainings, workshops and statewide trainings.

Conducts qualitative and quantitative evaluations such as needs assessments, literature reviews, and assessments to interpret and summarize in presentations or reports for public health and policy recommendations.

Trains community members in overdose prevention, use of Naloxone and other harm reduction practices.

Manages day-to-day activities, including scheduling of large events and coordination of trainings, workshops, conferences and community events; develops community partnerships to negotiate event venues, entertainment, speakers, vendors and sponsorships to be able to deliver assistance with prevention programs, grant objectives and messaging regarding substance misuse prevention and treatment.

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Data and Health Information Manager - Hybrid
Alaska Primary Care Association
The Data and Health Information Manager supports health centers in their use of health information technology tools and data to deliver high-quality, culturally competent, equitable and comprehensive primary care, with a focus on improvements in clinical quality, patient-centered care, and provider and staff well-being.
Population Health and Quality Improvement Manager- Hybrid
Alaska Primary Care Association
Leads multidisciplinary professionals to support Community Health Centers (CHCs) to improve access and quality of health care to their patients. This work involves meaningful engagement with CHCs, regularly assessing the needs of the CHCs, collaboratively developing action plans with the CHCs, monitoring, and measuring the success of those plans, and evaluating APCA interventions and support to the CHCs and CHC satisfaction. The position requires a comprehensive and detailed understanding of underserved populations in Alaska, the HRSA Community Health Center Program, as well as an advanced knowledge and practical experience implementing quality improvement frameworks in a clinical setting, including Model for Improvement.
Public Health Specialist 2
State of Alaska, Office of Substance Misuse and Addiction Prevention
The Office of Substance Misuse and Addiction Prevention is recruiting for a Public Health Specialist 2. This position is crucial to the advancement of public health work in the opioid epidemic in Alaska. We are looking for someone to join a passionate and driven team that uses public health approaches to improve lives. This position is a supervisory position overseeing the Program Coordinator that operates the Project Hope Program. This position is also responsible for managing federal grants and strategic partnerships with community-based organizations.
Public Health Nurse 1/2/3
State of Alaska, Department of Health
Under the general direction of the Public Health Nurse (PHN) 4 Nurse Manager and PHN 3 team lead, this position is responsible for the delivery of the full range of public health nursing services to villages using an individual, community, and systems approach. This flexibly staffed PHN (Public Health Nurse) 1/2/3 position is to develop an Itinerant PHN 3 through guided training plans and experiences at the PHN 1 and 2 levels to become fully competent at the PHN 3 Itinerant level.

This position is based in Dillingham, situated on the edge of beautiful Bristol Bay. Dillingham is an important commercial fishing port and the hub community for the region. Dillingham offers abundant outdoor recreation opportunities for fishing, hiking, and exploring the many lakes and rivers. Communities served by this position include Koliganek, New Stuyahok, Ekwok, Aleknagik, Twin Hills, Togiak, Manokotak, Clark’s Point, and Portage Creek.
Youth Alliance for a Healthier Alaska Member
Youth Alliance for a Healthier Alaska
The State of Alaska seeks to collaborate with 10 young people (ages 14-21+) from across Alaska that are dedicated, resourceful, and creative to advise the Alaska Division of Public Health on issues affecting teens such as health equity, poverty, racism, violence, suicide, injury, teen pregnancy, nutrition, mental health, and fitness.
Coordinator, Health Promotions
American Lung Association
The American Lung Association has an excellent opportunity for a Coordinator, Health Promotions. Working as a member of the Health Promotions & Education department, you will join an outstanding group of professionals dedicated to our mission: to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease through research, education, and advocacy.
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