Community Services And Health Education Officer Job Description Sample
Outreach, Community Education And Prevention Coordinator, Student Mental Health & Counseling
REQUIRED: master's or doctoral degree in psychology or social work, preferably with training experience at a college counseling center; independent licensure (LICSW, LMHC, or PsyD/Ph.D.) in Massachusetts (or license eligibility within a year of hire); understanding of collegiate mental health and strategies for engaging campus partners, including current trends and key issues; experience in outreach and assessment leadership; supervisory, administrative, and program management experience; experience working with individuals from culturally diverse, underrepresented, and/or underserved populations; demonstrated understanding and experience with the clinical application of the intersectionality of identity and mental health; strong interpersonal, collaboration, and consultation skills and experience with campus and/or key stakeholders; self-motivation; understanding of the developmental issues of college students; and strong commitment to diversity and multicultural competency. Experience providing counseling services to diverse populations including students of color, international students, and LGBTQ students highly desirable. Job #17381
OUTREACH, COMMUNITY EDUCATION AND PREVENTION COORDINATOR, MIT Medical-Student Mental Health and Counseling (SMH&C), to facilitate the design, development, and directing of outreach and prevention programming to the MIT community and conduct individual and group counseling as part of the SMH&C clinical staff. Will serve as a member of the services' senior team which provides leadership and managerial oversight of the administrative, clinical, consultative, and outreach functions of the service and the planning, development, and implementation of new programs and initiatives; participate in Institute-wide committees; and collaborate and consult with administrators, faculty, and students on initiatives/programs related to campus climate and a variety of campus issues.
SMHCS is a multidisciplinary group who value collaboration, collegiality, and a commitment to equity, inclusion, and social justice. The service also includes a training program.
Michigan Department Of Health And Human Services Community Service Commission Communications Intern
With questions or for more information about the State of Michigan Internship Program, please visit:
State of Michigan Internship Program Overview
Accepting Applications for the Fall 2019 Semester
The Michigan Community Service Commission is the state's lead agency on service and volunteerism. It utilizes service as a strategy to address the states most pressing issues and empowers volunteers to strengthen communities.
Preferred skills include:
Exceptional written and verbal communication.
Understanding of social media technology, resources and tools.
Ability to use good judgment when posting content to media resources.
Basic knowledge of using marketing for promotional purposes.
Understanding of HTML, and website design.
The Communications Intern will be working within the Michigan Community Service Commission with the following projects and responsibilities:
Assist with drafting press releases
Assist with event preparations, speaking engagements, invitations, scheduling, etc.
Writing compelling stories
Various desktop publishing and graphic design projects including website design, flyers, certificates, event materials etc.
Conduct research and outreach for internal communications
Assist with updating medial lists
Required Education and Experience
At the time of the internship, students must be enrolled in a undergraduate or graduate program majoring in Communications, Journalism, English, Media, Liberal Arts, Information Technology, Marketing or similar major.
Additional Requirements and Information
Please attach a cover letter, resume and a copy of your college transcripts. Your cover letter must include your response to the following questions.
What qualities or attributes will you bring to the State of Michigan?
What are your career interests, goals and plans? Please be specific.
What do you expect to gain from this internship experience?
Please click on the link to download a Michigan State Police Criminal Background Authorization Form. Once you complete the form please upload the form to the attachment section of your application along with your resume, cover letter and college transcripts. This form will be required to be considered for an interview. Please click on the link to the form located on the job posting. If you have questions regarding this form, please call (517) 284-0100.
Candidates will also be subject to a MDHHS background check.
Patient Education Manager - Community Health
JPS Health Network is a $950 million, tax-supported health care system for Tarrant County in North Texas. Licensed for 578 beds, the network includes an acute care hospital and more than 40 community-based clinics, including 19 school-based clinics. John Peter Smith Hospital is home to Tarrant County's first and only Level 1 Trauma Center, its only psychiatric emergency services site and has the largest hospital-based family medicine residency program in the nation. Our network employs more than 6,500 people.
Acclaim is our multispecialty medical practice group. Acclaim has over 300 providers serving the JPS Health Network in specialties ranging from primary care to general surgery and trauma. The Acclaim group has been formed around a common set of incentives and expectations supporting the operational, financial and clinical performance
outcomes of the network. Our goal is to provide high quality, compassionate clinical care for every patient, every time.
For more information, visit www.jpshealthnet.org.
To view all job vacancies, visit www.jobs.jpshealthnet.org/ or www.teamacclaim.org.
Patient Education Manager - Community Health
Director / Management Level
South Campus Health Center
Description: The Manager, Patient Education coordinates delivery of educational programs to the community health patients. This position manages the community health education programs by collaborating with JPS Health Network providers and team members to accomplish the goals and objectives of patient care according to established policies and procedures.
Works with all appropriate members of the health care team to ensure coordination of care for patients with certain chronic disease through the development and use of patient care and practice standards throughout a continuum of care.
Schedules sessions, coordinates facilities/equipment and gathers feedback of program performance and tracks participation.
Works at maintaining a good report and a cooperative working relationship with physicians, departments and staff: collaborates with physician, management, and clinical staff to deliver quality care to patients.
Manages direct reports by defining roles and responsibilities and expectations, assigning and communicating performance and promoting professional growth and accountability. Assists team in communicating and aligning work priorities with the organizational vision, mission, values, and service standards.
Assists with and provides input for report, audits, surveys, and documentation in the medical records, employee records, and computers.
Coordinates the Patient Educators specific orientation and training for employees, which may include, but not limited to initial clinic based, job specific competencies, CBL's clinics specific testing, assisting with preceptors/mentors training and assignments, conducting annual needs assessments, and documenting and maintaining educational requirements for community education staff.
Develops and implements comprehensive health education plans and wellness programs based on the needs of patients, community groups, schools and churches.
Provides community teaching and counseling on health promotion and disease prevention; performs planning techniques and provides input about offering preventive health services, outreach activities and classes for individuals and groups.
Educates patients on healthy living through the delivery of health education classes and programs.
Assists with keeping patients informed on health care, treatment plans, illness and chronic disease management, and health and wellness so informed decisions may be made.
Informs and coaches community on understanding illness, conditions, injury and treatment plans.
Monitors progress, assesses knowledge gaps, creates strategies and makes recommendations for improving health status as part of an inter-disciplinary health care team.
Collaborates with practitioners, nurses, various agencies and other members of the health care team to select, guide, and direct patient care.
Makes referrals to other members of the multi-disciplinary health care team, to appropriate community agencies and to outpatient community health centers for services and assistance.
Documents and records progress notes, patient compliance and educational achievement toward goals.
Performs other related job duties as assigned.
Required Education and Experience:
Bachelor's Degree in a health profession from an accredited college or university. (i.e. Nursing,)
2 plus years of professional practice experience in the field of study.
2 plus years of clinical/teaching experience.
Preferred Education and Experience:
Master's Degree in a health related field from an accredited college or University.
4 plus years of healthcare experience.
3 plus years of clinical / teaching experience.
1 plus years of patient teaching experience.
1 plus years of program coordination/development experience.
Required Licensure/Certification/Specialized Training:
Current licensure and /or registration by the Governing Board related to the field of discipline/specialization for the State of Texas or proof of reciprocity of licensure/registration between the State of Texas and another state if applicable.
Preferred Licensure/Certification/Specialized Training:
Current RN licensure by the State of Texas or license reciprocity proof between the State of Texas and another state.
2500 Circle Drive
Fort Worth, Texas, 76119
Community Services Representative II (Public Health Emergency Preparedness)
Please note that applications will only be accepted Monday, May 20, 2019 through Thursday, May 23, 2019.
The City of Pasadena's Public Health Department is currently seeking a Community Services Representative II to serve as a community liaison in the field with health service agencies, community organizations, and residents on topics related to public health emergency preparedness and response.
The ideal candidate will work in a team to enhance the Pasadena Public Health Department's efforts to prepare for public health emergencies and disasters by engaging local stakeholders, partners and residents. In this role, the Community Services Representative II will assist citizens and community groups in identifying and accessing available services related to public health emergency preparedness and response. This position assists in organizing networks and systems to improve the quality of life and in staff training and exercises. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred.
About the Department/Position
The City of Pasadena has had its own Public Health Department for over 125 years. These are limited term, grant funded positions with funding up to June 30, 2022. Many Public Health positions are funded through external grants with various time durations. We have been fortunate to sustain most of our positions over many years through success and growth and we have many opportunities for our employees. Therefore, though this position is "limited term, grant funded" this does not necessarily mean that the position is likely to be discontinued or lost in the near future. We are excited about serving our community and we hope you are too. Please join our team and grow with us!
The major responsibilities of this position are listed below. For more detailed information, please review the job description.
As part of a neighborhood outreach team, provides information, referral, skill-building and other services to develop linkages, networks, communication and teamwork among residents, businesses and organizations within the neighborhoods to plan for emergencies and disasters, and improve public safety and other quality of life concerns.
Develops and participates in a range of activities with a primary focus on bringing healthcare providers, health service agencies, and faith-based agencies together to form and develop local networks for emergency preparedness and response.
Establishes neighborhood linkages through working with targeted households or families which demonstrate high-risk or pre-delinquent behavior to eliminate problems and establish working relationships.
Participates in neighborhood and empowerment activities which may include facilitating local community gatherings to address neighborhood issues and establish local priorities.
Helps design and plan emergency preparedness activities, exercises, and drills to test organizational capacity to respond to public health emergencies.
Participates in drafting of protocols, policies, directives, and plans to document organizational responses to public health emergencies.
Participates in the execution of incident command system deployment in exercises, drills, and actual public health emergencies.
Develops skills of residents and groups to address priority neighborhood concerns on disaster preparedness and links residents or groups with information, resources, and referral services to address or resolve local issues.
Establishes and maintains liaison with community-based organizations, healthcare providers, faith-based agencies and residents to promote a variety of community services and activities related to public health emergency preparedness.
Provides and leads logistical support related to routine supply inventory maintenance, trainings, and exercises.
Prepares correspondence, reports and records as necessary.
The following list represents the core competencies needed for success in this position.
- Handling Stress
- Maintaining emotional stability and self-control under pressure, challenge, or adversity.
- Learning Agility
- Seeking learning opportunities and applying the lessons to one's work.
- Proactively obtaining and sharing information.
- Oral Communication
- Engaging effectively in dialogue.
- Involving Others
- Engaging others in input, contribution, and shared responsibility for outcomes.
- Collaborating with others to achieve shared goals.
- Critical Thinking
- Analytically and logically evaluating information, propositions, and claims.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
- Graduation from high school or GED equivalent and at least two years of experience providing community service building partnerships related to public health emergency preparedness and response, and knowledge of the local Pasadena community and resources.
The selection process may consist of a training and experience evaluation, interview panel, and/or departmental interview.
There is currently one limited term, grant funded vacancy in the Public Health Department. The resulting eligibility list from this recruitment may be used to fill this vacancy and similar vacancies in the future.
Candidates selected for this position are subject to a one year probationary work period. Special Requirements
Must possess a valid California Class C driver's license and comply with the City's Motor Vehicle Safety Policy during the course of employment.
This position may be required to work evenings and weekends as needed.
Assistant Professor In Community Health Education
The Health Education (HED) program at the University of New Mexico (UNM) invites applications for a assistant professor position in Health Education faculty position beginning in the fall of the 2019-2020 academic year. The successful candidate will have completed all requirements for the Ph.D. in Community Health Education, Public Health or a related field by the starting date of the appointment. We are seeking a candidate whose demonstrated research agenda integrates into and complements the current research of faculty in the Health Education program (health disparities, health justice, health promotion, and disease prevention).
UNM is the state's flagship research university as well as a Hispanic-Serving Institution classified a Carnegie Research University with Highest Research Activity. UNM also has strong connections with 23 tribal nations located within New Mexico. As such, successful candidates must be committed to working with broadly diverse student and community populations.
The successful candidate must show evidence of research or other scholarly activity in the community/public health field and demonstrate evidence of involvement in professional service. We prefer that the candidates' scholarship have a strong health behavior methodology that clearly translates to the community.
Candidates will be expected to provide service to the Department, College, University, and their respective field. Candidates must have a commitment to providing high-quality undergraduate and graduate education and demonstrated ability to teach courses related to health disparities/health equity to students from diverse backgrounds, including first-generation college students. Preference will be given to those who have experience in the design and delivery of undergraduate online instruction. Courses to be considered include program planning of public health interventions, program evaluation, social determinants of health, and quantitative research methods.
The successful candidate will be expected to assume a 2/1 teaching load for the first two years and then resume a full teaching load of a 2/2 thereafter. Teaching loads may be divided among lower division, upper division and graduate level course offerings. Advising loads will be required and include advising at the master's level only.
- Doctorate in Community Health Education, Public Health or closely
related field by August 2019;
- Ability to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in program planning, program evaluation and/or research methodology related to community/public health.
Experience in teaching undergraduate and graduate courses with diverse populations in the areas of: Multicultural health education, program planning, program evaluation, health behavior theory and quantitative research methods;
Experience with designing and successfully teaching online courses;
Demonstrated record of publications and presentations; potential for obtaining external funding, and; able to establish an agenda of active research in the area of community/public health;
Ability to advise and direct graduate work;
Demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and student success, and working with diverse populations.
Application InstructionsA complete application packet will include: 1. Letter of intent summarizing qualifications 2.
Current curriculum vita 3. Representative publication(s) 4. Official or unofficial transcripts 5. Contact information for three professional references
Applicants who are appointed to a UNM faculty position are required to provide an official certification of successful completion of all degree requirements prior to their initial employment with UNM.
For Best ConsiderationFor best consideration, please apply by 2/8/2019. This position will remain open until filled.
The University of New Mexico is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class.
Human Services Program Manager - Community Health Solutions
The Human Services Program Manager, under limited supervision, oversees the coordination and implementation of programs within the Human Service Agency. Work involves providing strategic guidance including developing and implementing strategies, goals, and objectives in ways that promote agency culture, support program improvement and increase organizational effectiveness; supervision and development of staff; overseeing all aspects of operations, customer service and logistics, working to maximize efficiency; working collaboratively to ensure a culture of change management for improved outcomes as a shared expectation across Agency staff; developing, implementing and sustaining policy and process-based infrastructure, combined with workflow improvements to maximize human and fiscal resources; utilizing functional knowledge, process and project management skills, in conjunction with innovative practices to implement data-driven analytical decisions; and working directly with team members throughout the Agency to ensure high-quality customer service.
Performs technical, administrative, and professional work while directing, planning, and organizing operations, customer service and logistics.
Establishes and sustains a professional, trained workforce focusing on innovation, efficiency and a collaborative approach to high-level service provision.
Leads and develops Program staff, through motivational coaching and implementation of an ongoing performance management process, including monitoring and evaluating team member's activities and performance.
Develops, implements and manages the administrative foundation for areas of accountability within the Human Services Agency, including policies, procedures, training platforms and reporting documentation.
Oversees and monitors core work processes to determine budgeting and staffing needs including hiring, training, monitoring, scheduling, and evaluation, and ensures consistent and appropriate application of County HR policies.
Prepares departmental budget requests. Monitors and manages budget expenditures to ensure activities align with the established budget. Assures that local, state, and federal policies, rules, and regulations are complied with and properly implemented.
Coordinates all aspects of program-related grants, including preparing and submitting grant applications, managing and monitoring all programs and activities, completing required reporting, and fulfillment of any regulatory activities.
Achieves all federal, state and local regulatory compliance for any Program or service related functions.
Ensures compliance within the required timeline for all program accountabilities Corrective Action Plans and Agreement Addenda, and conducts program and/or Division level follow up training for prevention purposes.
Ensures all manner of Program and/or Division level required licensures and training, including content creation, review, and implementation to meet compliance standards and sustain best practices.
Participates in Quality Improvement/Quality Assurance activities to ensure maximum Program effectiveness.
Manages staff development and mentoring to ensure highly effective employees.
Facilitates process improvement activities around workflow and trainings, and ensures all job functions within the Program are defined and documented.
Responds to inquiries from Human Services Agency Director and Assistant Director, County Manager, Board of Commissioners, outside vendors, client agencies, contractors, and the general public, as appropriate, providing information based on detailed knowledge of Program services.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
Additional essential functions based on departmental assignment:
Community Support & Outreach – Community Health Solutions
Responsible for managing and directing the implementation of programs and services for the Community Health Solutions service area. Supervises several different units within Community Health Solutions, including the Parenting Program, Health Education, Community Engagement, and Volunteers. This staff will be responsible for overseeing these programs, including operations and outcomes.
Assesses community needs, which will steer the organization strategically. This includes assisting with developing the State of the County Health Report annually and the Community Health Assessment every three years, both of which contribute to the development and implementation of programs and initiatives for the Department of Human Services.
Knowledge and experience in data analysis, writing, and analytical skills is a must. Participates in meeting the Public Health Accreditation requirements.
Plans, supervises, promotes, provides, and evaluates community-based health promotions programs with the primary function of prevention. Participates or delegates staff to participate in community groups and agencies for comprehensive community planning and program collaboration.
Promote awareness of local health issues. Represent Human Services at various meetings. Keep current in Health Education information via continuing education and networking.
Implements deliverables and requirements of the Healthy Communities and CLAS Agreement Addenda. Coordinates with the Health Director on meeting Public Health goals and achieving optimal health outcomes. This position requires excellent public speaking skills and the ability to present information in various settings, including one on one and large groups.
Develops methods (such as grant writing or serving on grant writing team) to provide funding for various health programs in the community.
Ensures that all outreach activities for the Department of Human Services are coordinated and met via the Community Outreach position and Volunteer Coordinator position.
Ensures operation of the Parenting Support & Nurturing Parenting component of the County's Smart Start grant. This portion of the program promotes and nurtures families of 0-5 aged children affected by child maltreatment by planning and facilitating weekly individual and group sessions for parents and their infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.
Oversees and manages all aspects of program funding and finances, including budget preparation and monitoring, billing of contracting agencies. Approves invoices, purchase orders, and purchases and ensures appropriate and accurate record-keeping systems.
Education and Experience:
Requires a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited university, with two (2) years of experience related to the program assigned and two (2) years of supervisory experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Licenses or Certifications:
Must have a valid Driver's License and be able to maintain a safe driving history as defined by the Union County Vehicle Use Policy.
Requires a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited university, with two (2) years of experience related to the program assigned and two (2) years of supervisory experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Community Support & Outreach – Community Health Solutions assignments:
Master's Degree in health promotion, health education, health policy, public health or closely related field.
Licenses or Certifications:
Must have a valid Driver's License and be able to maintain a safe driving history as defined by the Union County Vehicle Use Policy.
Community Support & Outreach – Community Health Solutions assignments:
Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) or Certified in Public Health (CPH).
Fluent in English and Spanish.
Sonbridge Community Center Health Education Specialist
The Blue Mountain Action Council AmeriCorps Team is seeking individuals that are highly motivated and willing to commit to a 10.5 month, 40+ hours per week term of National Service. Our members strive to meet the needs of low income individuals by expanding services provided to children and adults in our community, while serving as a team to engage the community and provide support to a wide range of schools and nonprofits through volunteerism, health education and engaging U.S. veterans in community service throughout Walla Walla, Washington.
Our 8 member team meets regularly for professional and personal development and training, as well as team-led service projects. We believe in providing a meaningful experience to all of our AmeriCorps members, while creating positive change in our community. We ensure that our members will have opportunities to collaborate with each other in order to expand the services and opportunities at their sites, as well as additional service opportunities in various schools and nonprofits.
SonBridge is devoted to providing help to the underserved of the Walla Walla Valley through dental care, medical care, life coaching & counseling, education, and referrals to social services. The AmeriCorps position helps to bring about health, relationship, and financial management education—leading people to richer, healthier, fuller lives. This position will push forward and amplify the services of SonBridge Dental Clinic and the Education Center for Better Living to help those already being served and reach more people with more educational opportunities to equip them to make better, healthier life choices.
Critical steps towards accomplishing this goal with the assistance of the AmeriCorps member include assessing community needs, volunteer recruitment, resource identification, and promotion of services and health education programs to the community. Note: This position is contingent on funding.
Car recommended , Permits attendance at school during off hours , Permits working at another job during off hours . Service Areas :
Entrepreneur/Business , Neighborhood Revitalization , Community Outreach , Homelessness , Environment , Community and Economic Development , Health , Public Safety , Children/Youth , Technology , Veterans , Education , Hunger . Skills :
General Skills , Business/Entrepreneur , Computers/Technology , Conflict Resolution , Communications , Social Services , Fine Arts/Crafts , Community Organization , Public Health , Recruitment , Education , Nutrition & Wellness , Leadership , Public Speaking , Youth Development , Writing/Editing , Environment , Teaching/Tutoring , Veterans , Non-Profit Management , Team Work .
Director, Education, Leadership Development And Community Education - Baptist Health Louisville/Lagrange
Baptist Health strives to cultivate a close-knit, positive and professional environment that encourages our employees to want to come to work every day.
When you choose Baptist, you have an opportunity to play a role in providing compassionate, quality care that makes a difference in the lives of our patients and promotes joy throughout our communities.
Weekly Hours: 40
Status: Full Time
Baptist Health is looking for an energetic & qualified candidate to join our family as a Director of Education and Development, supporting the hospital's Education Department. At Baptist Health, we believe that our competitive salary and enticing benefit package is among the best in the market area. The Education Department is located in East Louisville, which is situated on the Kentucky-Indiana border. Affectionately know as Kentuckiana, the area offers the best of both worlds with its big city excitement and small town ambiance.
This position provides leadership for the function of clinical and non-clinical staff education, community education, leadership development, the Wound-Ostomy-Continence Program and Diabetes education programs through direct supervision, planning, consultation, and teaching for BH Louisville (BHLOU) and BH La Grange (BHLAG).
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
1.Assesses, plans, develops, implements, and evaluates a Leadership Development Program.
Assesses current status of facility, leadership, community education, training and development
Performs gap analysis related to current and ideal state.
Provides for input from participants through a formal educational needs assessment annually.
Utilizes participants to assist in planning leadership education
Provides for evaluation and feedback of the leadership-training program.
Takes a leadership role in developing and implementing a 360-evaluation program.
Assures that Leadership training is consistent with the strategic directions of the facility and the organization.
2.Assures all mandatory education for regulatory agencies and/or facility is conducted in a timely manner.
Provides mass training in an efficient and timely manner.
Searches for more efficient and updated mechanisms for providing mandatory education.
Collaborates with internal experts to provide the most accurate and up-to-date information to the staff.
Utilizes a variety of methodologies to accomplish mandatory education.
Serves as member of the Environment of Care team.
3.Serves as internal consultant and content expert for educational endeavors and develops educational policies consistent with the Baptist Health's mission, values and human resources policies, while meeting regulatory agency standards for healthcare.
Works collaboratively with all instructors/facilitators within the organization
Makes self available for consultation with other Leaders for the purpose of meeting educational needs.
Provides instruction and role modeling in curriculum design and principles of adult education.
Works collaboratively with Executives/VPs to develop appropriate policies
Assures that other leaders and educators are updated in all education policies.
Serves on appropriate committees/teams that requires educational input.
Assures instruction to provide competent performance.
Assists in development and dissemination of Magnet relevant presentations and publication
Supports and assists with Magnet communication strategies and engagement of staff in Magnet environment.
4.Provides leadership and supervision to designated employees to ensure provision of quality services and a competent staff.
Provides frequent feedback to team members (educators, diabetes program, WOCN) based upon PI principles and individual needs.
Provides or facilitates orientation for new team members based upon individual needs and job requirements.
Provides or facilitates continuing education /training as appropriate for team members.
Assists in the development of programs that support recruitment and retention of staff.
Resolves performance issues timely and in compliance with BHLOU & BHLAG Human Resources policies.
Implements programs that promote staff members' job related advancement and educational goals.
Utilizes PI principles to create a work environment, which promotes creativity, risk taking, and synergy.
Promotes a sense of organizational ownership within the team for managing change and achieving organizational goals.
Establishes the mission, goals, and objectives of the department and updates.
5.Manages the financial and physical resources within the fiscal and productivity guidelines.
Prepares and manages the budget (at or below budget) reflecting the organizational/team goals.
Defines, analyzes, and implements the most efficient workflow utilizing PI principles.
Analyzes staffing needs and provides adequate team members to provide safe and high quality service.
Monitors and drives productivity to optimize utilization of resources.
Approves biweekly payroll.
6.Participates in the ongoing leadership of BHLOU and BHLAG through communication and teamwork.
Creates a work and service environment which is seamless and focused on delivery of high quality services.
Effectively serves as a Team Leader and as a team player in projects and assignments.
Actively participates in stakeholder activities, which are necessary for organizational goal achievement.
Actively builds consensus with team members/peers when commitment is critical to the success of the process.
Collaborates with other leaders to analyze cross-functional data and develop action plans related to work flow and service delivery.
Demonstrates win/win skills and negotiation and conflict resolution within work teams and cross-functional teams.
Minimum Education, Experience, Training, and Licensures Required:
Master's Degree in Nursing, Healthcare Education, Hospital Administration, or other health related field.
Current certification, registration and/or license in particular area of practice.
Three years minimum of leadership experience
Three (3) years' healthcare teaching experience and program development in healthcare field.
Minimum five (5) years' health care experience. Trained in Adult Education Principles.
- Experience leading successful, large, complex teams and projects evidenced by positive outcomes.
Baptist is a leader with providing exceptionally high patient care. As a faith-based health system, Baptist Health places special emphasis on our Core Values of treating all with integrity, respect and compassion, with a focus on excellence and collaboration in all that we do, helping us to experience the joy of caring for other. We invite you to join our family!
If you would like to be part of a growing family focused on supporting clinical excellence, teamwork and innovation, we urge you to apply now!
Fiscal Officer II, Health Services
Filing will start effective December 14, 2018 at 8:00 a.m., PST
until the needs of the service are met and is subject to closure without prior notice.
EXAM NUMBER: Y0755E
DEPARTMENTAL PROMOTIONAL JOB OPPORTUNITY
Restricted to permanent employees of the Department of Health Services who have successfully completed their initial probationary period.
Current employees in the unclassified service who meet the following criteria also qualify to participate in this exam:
Unclassified employees who have attained permanent County status on a classified position by successful completion of the initial probationary period, with no break in service since leaving the classified service.
Full-time employees in the unclassified service with at least six months of full-time experience in the unclassified service at the time of filing.
NO WITHHOLDS OR VERIFICATION OF EXPERIENCE LETTERS / OUT-OF-CLASS EXPERIENCE ARE ALLOWED FOR THIS EXAMINATION.
APPLICANTS MUST MEET THE SELECTION REQUIREMENTS AT THE TIME OF FILING.
Directs, through subordinate supervisors, the fiscal activities of a major organizational accounting operation of the Department of Health Services.
Essential Job Functions
Directs, through subordinate supervisors, the fiscal and accounting activities of a major organizational division of the Department of Health Services.
Reviews completed staff assignments and develops work programs designed to efficiently and economically achieve departmental objectives and goals.
Responsible for the formulation, analysis, and negotiation of departmental operating and program budgets.
Advises executive management on fiscal matters and division policy.
Conducts highly technical financial analyses and projections.
Analyzes and interprets accounting provisions of laws and regulations and recommends steps for their implementation.
Recommends and provides justification for present and future personnel, space, equipment and material requirements.
Coordinates the work of the department with those of divisions, departments, and outside organizations to ensure integration of effort in achieving departmental goals and objectives.
Approves complex or consolidated balance sheets, fund balance statements, operating statements, claims for reimbursement from other government agencies or private contractors, and other complex and specialized financial reports.
Represents the Department on a wide range of relate fiscal and accounting matters.
Directs, through subordinate supervisors, audits of grant related expenditures and the preparation of periodic financial statements of federal and state grants.
Reviews and approves staff audits; serves as the highest level of technical review, discusses audit findings with management and coordinates the implementation of audit recommendations.
A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with 21 semester or 32 quarter units of accounting, including at least two courses in an advanced subject such as cost accounting, governmental accounting, or auditing, or equivalent accounting education* -AND- three (3) years of responsible professional accounting or auditing experience at the level of the Los Angeles County Class of Accounting Officer II or higher.
A valid California Class C Drivers License or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job-related essential functions.
PHYSICAL CLASS II - Light
Light physical effort which may include occasional light lifting to a 10 pound limit, and some bending, stooping or squatting. Considerable walking may be involved.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENT INFORMATION:
Experience at the level of Accounting Officer II is defined as: Performs professional accounting work and directs a moderate sized staff (20 or more) in the operation of a moderate to large scale complex accounting program and in the work of a group of related activities of a department.In determining the scale and complexity of the accounting program the following factors are considered:The number and diversity of accounts from the County's standard accounting system utilized in departmental operations; the degree and kind of departmental supplementation of the County's standard system, examples of which would include specialized cost accounting, proprietary accounting, and asset, liability, trust, or revenue accounting sub-systems; the kind and level of cost accounting work; types of reports required to meet legal requirements, management information needs, and the like; responsibility for an external auditing program or an internal audit program approaching in complexity the former; and the extent, if any, of an ongoing program of internal accounting systems and procedures development.For the purpose of providing a guideline to the use of the term scale of accounting program in this specification, the following examples are offered:
(Moderate scale accounting system): Incorporated in the program is either:
A general accounting system having approximately 2,000 appropriation, fund, proprietary, and revenue accounts and cost centers.
An accounts payable, accounts receivable, or trust accounting system having approximately 5,000 active accounts
(Large scale accounting program) Incorporated in the accounting program is either:A general accounting system having approximately 10,000 appropriation, fund, proprietary, and revenue accounts and cost centers.
An accounts payable, accounts receivable, or trust accounting system having approximately 100,000 active accounts.
This examination will consist of two parts:
Part I : An evaluation of education and experience based upon application information, weighted 50%.
Part II: An Appraisal of Promotability which will evaluate Knowledge and Skills in the Technical Field, Problem Solving Skills, Written and Oral Communication Skills, Productivity and Dependability, weighted 50%.
Candidates must achieve a passing score of 70% or higher on each part of the examination in order to be placed on the eligible register.
The names of candidates receiving a passing grade on the examination will be added to the eligible register in the order of their score group for a period of twelve (12) months following the date of eligibility.
NO PERSON MAY COMPETE IN THIS EXAMINATION MORE THAN ONCE EVERY TWELVE (12) MONTHS.
Appointees may be required to work any shift including evenings, nights, weekends and holidays.
The County of Los Angeles is a Fair Chance employer. Except for a very limited number of positions, you will not be asked to provide information about a conviction history unless you receive a contingent offer of employment. The County will make an individualized assessment of whether your conviction history has a direct or adverse relationship with the specific duties of the job, and consider potential mitigating factors, including, but not limited to, evidence and extent of rehabilitation, recency of the offense(s), and age at the time of the offense(s). If asked to provide information about a conviction history, any convictions or court records which are exempted by a valid court order do not have to be disclosed.
The resulting eligible register from this examination will be used to fill a vacancy at Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center located at 7601 E Imperial Hwy, Downey, CA, 90242. The eligible register may also be used for other vacancies throughout the Department of Health Services as they occur.
APPLICATION AND FILING INFORMATION:
APPLICATIONS MUST BE FILED ONLINE ONLY. HARD COPY/PAPER APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED BY U.S. MAIL, FAX OR IN PERSON WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
Applications electronically received after 5:00 p.m., PST, on the last day of filing will not be accepted.
Apply online by clicking on the green "Apply" button at the top right of this posting. You can also track the status of your application using this website.
All information is subject to verification. We may reject your application at any time during the examination and hiring process, including after appointment has been made. Falsification of any information may result in disqualification or rescission of appointment.
Utilizing VERBIAGE from the Class Specification and Selection Requirements serving as your description of duties WILL NOT be sufficient to demonstrate that you meet the requirements. Doing so may result in an INCOMPLETE APPLICATION and you may be DISQUALIFIED.
Fill out your application completely. The acceptance of your application depends on whether you have clearly shown that you meet the SELECTION REQUIREMENTS.
Provide any relevant education, training, and experience in the spaces provided so we can evaluate your qualifications for the job. Please do not group your experience. For each job held, give the name and address of your employer, your job title, beginning and ending dates, number of hours worked per week, and description of work performed. If your application is incomplete, it will be rejected.
Note: All correspondence to applicants will be sent electronically to the email address provided on the application.
It is important that applicants provide a valid email address. Please add Dbeamonemail@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org to your email address book and list of approved senders to prevent email notifications from being filtered as spam/junk mail. FINAL EXAM RESULT NOTICES WILL BE MAILED VIA THE UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE.
It is important that applicants provide a complete and valid mailing address. Examination results cannot be given over the phone.
- Applicants MUST attach a legible photocopy of the official transcripts to verify completion of required units with your application at the time of filing. If you are unable to attach the required documents, you must fax or email the documents to the exam analyst at (323) 869-0942, within fifteen (15) calendar days of filing online or your application will be rejected. Please include the exam number and exam title.
If you are unable to attach required documents, you may fax them to (323) 869-0942 or e-mail the documents to the exam analyst at email@example.com, within 15 calendar days of filing online. Please include the exam number and the exam title.
SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER:
Please provide your Social Security Number for record control purposes. Federal law requires that all employed persons have a social security number.
COMPUTER AND INTERNET ACCESS AT PUBLIC LIBRARIES:
For candidates who may not have regular access to a computer or the internet, applications can be completed on computers at public libraries throughout Los Angeles County.
NO SHARING OF USER ID AND PASSWORD:
All applicants must file their application online using their own user ID and password. Using a family member's or friend's user ID and password may erase a candidate's original application record.
Darlene Beamon-Thomas, Exam Analyst
(323) 869-0942 (Fax)
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Supervisor Of Community Education & Outreach
At WellStar, we all share common goals. That's what makes us so successful – and such an integral part of our communities.
We want the same things, for our organization, for our patients, and for our colleagues. As the most integrated healthcare provider in Georgia, this means we pride ourselves on investing in the communities that we serve. We continue to provide innovative care models, focused on improving quality and access to healthcare.
The supervisor of Community Education & Outreach is responsible for the coordination of Community Education & Outreach programs and services that are assigned. The supervisor assists the director with annual planning and management of programs and budget, and may manage both full time and PRN staff within their scope of responsibility. The supervisor is responsible for scheduling, planning and executing the menu of services offered throughout the WellStar Health System service area by Community Education & Outreach which may include: health and wellness education and programs, community and corporate screenings and events, speaker series and speakers' bureau, and family health and safety programs.
a. Oversee and supervise day-to-day operations of Community Education & Outreach
including health and wellness education and programs and services as appropriate to area
b. Delegate and assign projects as needed to staff members coordinating programs.
c. Manage equipment and resources needed to provide services.
d. Manage calendar of events of all health promotion and wellness services.
e. Stay current on latest trends impacting health, wellness and prevention, and our market.
f. Work with director to develop and execute program and marketing plans appropriate to
area of responsibility.
g. Collaborate with internal departments and external community organizations to build
positive working relationships and maximize outreach efforts and WellStar visibility in the
h. Complete on-going data entry for programs and services including department statistics
and community benefit reporting.
2.Human Resources Management
a. Interview, select, hire, develop and train team members on staff.
b. Coach, discipline and counsel team members as necessary.
c. Complete mid-year and annual evaluations.
d. Provide communication to staff as needed on department and organizational issues and
e. Coordinate and utilize current reward and recognition program for team members.
f. Maintain human resources standards to uphold organization mission and vision.
g. Coordinate skills check-off annually for team members and as needed for new hires.
h. Track team member certifications with associated responsibility/function/expectation.
i. Support and facilitate employee engagement strategies as appropriate to role.
a. Assist director in development of annual budgets.
b. Work with director to manage daily and monthly expense and revenue goals for assigned
c. Submit monthly budget reports to director for assigned programs.
d. Assist director in developing marketing plans to promote and drive participation for
programs and services.
e. Oversee invoicing, billing, payments through 956-STAR and reimbursements for services.
f. Work with director to strategize ways to consistently grow WellStar's presence in the
community and deliver ROI to the system.
4.Regulatory and Compliance Management
a. Create, update and enforce department specific policies and procedures.
b. Ensure compliance to regulatory agencies; CLIA, DHR, Dept. of Labor, Joint Commission,
c. Maintain compliance standards mandated by external agencies.
d. Coordinate activities to adhere to internal regulatory compliance for WellStar Health
e. Perform quality assurance practices as needed and required to ensure accuracy of
a. Perform other duties as assigned that assist in growth and success of department and
b. Serve on internal and external committees and associations that are assigned by director.
Required Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree in health education or promotion, exercise science, health care
administration, nursing, public health or other related healthcare field.
Required Minimum Experience: Two to three years related supervisory experience.
Required Minimum Certification: n/a
Required Minimum Skills:
Communication including public speaking, organization, mentoring, financial management,
proficiency with Microsoft Office and email management, ability to function as a self-directed leader. Must be strongly
motivated for community outreach and working with diverse populations.
For Direct Patient Care positions, Indicate American Heart Association or American Academy of Pediatrics
BLS (Basic Life Support)
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