Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of Association of Public Health Nurses Conference 2022
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Public Health Nurse - part time
City of Nashua Division of Public Health and Community Services This position conducts public health nursing care including communicable disease investigations and surveillance, lead case management, and clinic services such as immunizations, disease counseling and testing. Conducts community education, presentations and outreach activities on applicable health topics. Works with local and state health care providers and public health professionals on various public health initiatives including immunizations, sexually transmitted diseases, tuberculosis, emergency preparedness and public health re-accreditation. Performs other duties as directed by the Chief Public Health Nurse.
Public Health nurse
St. Louis County maternal and child health PHN
New Mexico Department of Health- Public Health Division This position will directly supervise, and plan the delivery of clinical public health nursing services in Socorro, and Sierra Counties. Incumbent will provide staff supervision, clinic and schedule management, and participate in a multi-disciplinary team of local public health professionals/managers. Incumbent will oversee various public health programs and services according to established protocols, and provide support to staff in the use of electronic health records and data systems. This position will work under the direction of the Southwest Region Director of Nursing Services.
JSI, Inc. JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. (JSI), a leading public health and healthcare research and consulting organization dedicated to advancing the health of individuals and communities, is seeking an experienced project coordinator/manager to join our energetic and collaborative Denver-based Colorado team as a Consultant. This position will be responsible for advancing a growing portfolio of U.S.-based projects focused on collaboration and collective action across public health, health care and/or environmental related initiatives. Specifically we are interested in hiring a consultant that has expertise in one or more of the following growth areas for our office: Environmental health and justice as well as climate related work. Health policy and transformation work focused on Medicaid and community health centers. Advancing innovative approaches to improving health and racial equity, with a particular focus on American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) populations.
Comprehensive Cancer Program Manager
New Mexico Department of Health If interested in applying, visit the State Personnel Careers website at Index Page (https://careers.share.state.nm.us/psc/hprdcg/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB_FL&FOCUS=Applicant) and search for position number 23996 or job number 123951. Then click on Comprehensive Cancer Program Manager (DOH/PHD #23996) to review the job posting and complete your application.
This position oversees the Comprehensive Cancer Program's state and federal budgets, including the National Cancer Prevention and Control Grant funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, assuring the responsible use of resources and ensuring that program goals and objectives are planned, met, evaluated and reported in a timely manner. The Manager provides leadership, effective supervision and mentorship, and human resource management services to three FTE Program health educators. This position oversees coordination and collaboration with internal and external partners engaged in cancer and chronic disease prevention and control issues, which includes a close collaboration with the New Mexico Cancer Council. Program and Council initiatives have a special focus on addressing issues of health equity in New Mexico. Who are the customers? The program collaborates with partners including the New Mexico Cancer Council to reduce the burden of cancer in New Mexico, with an emphasis on working to achieve health equity. Ideal Candidate 1.) Outstanding communication and writing skills, including experience writing federal grant applications and reports. 2.) Experience coordinating and collaborating with diverse groups of stakeholders on project planning, implementation and evaluation. 3.) Experience developing and overseeing program budgets. 4.) Effective mentoring and supervision of staff. 5.) Experience in working to achieve health equity.
Department of Health and Human Services This position is located at one of the Service Unit Hospitals or clinics under the Navajo Area Indian Health Service, in the Division of Public Health. The primary purpose of this position is to perform 4 major functional areas of Community Intervention, Public Health education, nursing care, and quality management.
Registered Nurse Coordinator
New Mexico Department of Health The Nurse Coordinator position is to support Public Health Nurses and Health Services staff throughout the NE Region. This will assure quality and appropriate services are provided in the 10 counties of the NE Region (Colfax, Guadalupe, Harding, Los Alamos, Mora, Rio Arriba, San Miguel, Santa Fe, Taos and Union counties) through community partnerships, outreach and clinical services. This position works as part of the overall Public Health System in the NE Region to address the unique public health challenges faced by the population.
Registered Nurse - Level III
New Mexico Department of Health The New Mexico Department of Health is committed to providing population based health services to assure the health and well-being of all New Mexicans. This position is responsible for supporting the Northeast Region of New Mexico and assuring appropriate and quality vaccination services are provided for the population.
Community Nurse Coordinator
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