Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of SE & SW IPN and ST NPLT Joint Annual Meeting
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Program Consultant, 55+ Driver Safety Program
Georgia Department of Public Health, Injury Prevention 30-hour, part-time. Job description is winding its way through approvals but if someone is interested contact me and I'll let them know when it is posted.
Repost of NC Injury and Violence Prevention Branch Head Position
NC DHHS This announces the repost of our NC Injury and Violence Prevention Branch Head position. As many of you know, Alan Dellapenna, current Injury and Violence Prevention Branch Head for the NC DPH Chronic Disease and Injury Section, has announced plans to step down. The Section continues in the search for his replacement and is reaching out to you and others in hopes of identifying a strong applicant pool.
The full posting is included in the link below, with June 15th as the closing date to submit an application. The information remains as previously posted, with the exception that we hope to fill the position by August 31st and the salary recruitment range has been adjusted.
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NM Department of Health The incumbent's primary duties will be to create, validate, and conduct ongoing surveillance for nonfatal firearm injuries in emergency departments. This employee will work with both internal and external New Mexico Department of Health's stakeholders to improve presentation and dissemination of firearm surveillance findings to enhance community and stakeholder efforts to reduce nonfatal firearm injuries. As part of their duties, the incumbent will design, develop, and conduct complex epidemiological investigations and research, provide injury data, tables, and reports to numerous partners and funders including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This employee will seek audiences for general injury and specific injury presentations to lay the groundwork for injury prevention work. The incumbent will also work closely with injury prevention program staff to support and provide leadership to injury prevention programs and initiatives including the New Mexico Injury Prevention Coalition.
Mortality Prevention Coordinator (DOH/PHD #69841)
New Mexico Dept of Health Why does the job exist? This Health Educator-A position coordinates program activities to prevent maternal and infant mortality in the state of New Mexico, including addressing disparities among diverse populations like Black and Native American women. The position supports grant requirements for the CDC Preventing Maternal Deaths grant and for the Title V Maternal Child Health Block Grant, and coordinates activities related and pursuant to the state maternal mortality review process and the infant mortality or fetal infant mortality reviews. The incumbent will work with community organizations and public health stakeholders to develop strategic planning, investment strategies and statewide programming to prevent maternal and infant deaths. How does it get done? -Coordinates work to meet federal grant objectives and program development goals, including reporting. -Collaborates with Maternal Mortality and Title V Directors to develop strategic planning. -Convenes and receives input from community and public health stakeholders and partners. -Provides community-level training on safe sleep and other infant mortality reduction activities. -Researches and communicates the most current evidence to prevent maternal and infant deaths. Who are the customers? Communities most impacted by maternal and infant mortality, health providers, social service providers, programs serving women and children; and NM consumers and families. Ideal Candidate 1- Understands health equity and drivers of inequity 2- Has a working knowledge and/or lived experience with communities of color 3- Strong communication and facilitation skills 4- Ability to plan and lead prevention projects in a team environment with diverse stakeholders. Minimum Qualification Bachelor's degree in Public Health or Education and two (2) years of experience in a health related field. Substitutions Apply. See Substitution Table below.
Injury Prevention Coordinator
Ascension Seton Are you interested in community outreach and educating adults on injury prevention? Join Dell Seton Medical Center as an Injury Prevention Coordinator!
This is a full-time position working Mon-Fri 9am-5pm with some weekends required.
For us, work is more than the place we go each day. It’s an environment that nurtures relationships, connects talent, and understands patients so we can provide holistic care that treats the whole person: body, mind and spirit. Our innovative approach impacts and influences the community that we serve.