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Program Analyst 2 (Workforce Capacity Coordinator) - OHA/PHD, Portland

The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD) is seeking qualified candidates for the position of full-time, limited duration Program Analyst 2 (Workforce Capacity Coordinator) located in Portland. The duration of the assignment will last 24 months from the date of hire.

Major duties include:

  • Planning, Coordination and Communication: Consult with and engage HPCDP staff and partners to develop public health-primary care institutes. Convene and staff advisory committees to support the planning and implementation of the institutes, delivery of multi-modal training forums and conferences and related project plans. Support grantees in the identification, coordination and implementation of organizational quality improvement projects. Support the Community Programs Lead in designing, planning and facilitating discussions to assess training needs. Contribute to grant writing and development of technical reports. Contribute to strategic planning and evaluating program performance.
  • Project Management: Lead development and implementation of an institute participant assessment to identify areas for increasing knowledge, skills and organizational capacity. Use assessment data to make recommendations for training priorities and objectives that inform the institute agenda. Lead logistics and organizational systems quality assurance for training and learning opportunities outlined in HPCDP Request for Applications (RFAs), Request for Proposal (RFPs) and contracts. Develop objectives, expectations and evaluation plans for the institute. Articulate, document and disseminate learning objectives for HPCDP partners, contractors and grantees.
  • Technical Assistance and Training Implementation: Provide technical expertise, consultation and information to support local program coordinators, local public health agencies, state agencies, community organizations and other chronic disease prevention partners to implement interventions at the community and organizational level. Stay abreast of emerging best-practices at local, state and national levels in policy, system and environmental change, health equity policy, tobacco, physical activity, nutrition, self-management and early detection policy. Integrate information into workforce capacity planning. Stay abreast of emerging best practices in adult learning techniques and learning styles. Promote the HPCDP workforce capacity systems and learning opportunities within the Public Health Division and with external partners, grantees and contractors.

To view a detailed job announcement and online application instructions, click here, or go to www.oregon.gov/jobs, select “Look for Jobs” and enter OHA14-0725 in the "Enter Keywords" search box at the bottom of the screen.

Posted October 30, 2014

Closing Date - November 11, 2014

 

Health Promotion Specialist - Oregon University Health Center

The Division of Student Life (formerly Student Affairs) supports the university’s academic mission through comprehensive programs and services that promote and advance student learning and success while fostering an inclusive and vibrant campus community. The Division is comprised of eight departments: Career Center, University Counseling and Testing Center, Office of the Dean of Students, Erb Memorial Union, University Health Center, Holden Center for Leadership and Community Engagement, University Housing, and the Department of Physical Education and Recreation.

The Health Promotion Specialist is a staff member in the Health Promotion Department in the University Health Center (UHC) at the University of Oregon. The Health Promotion Department serves as the coordinator for the primary prevention efforts of the UHC with the goal of improving the health outcomes for our students and to create a healthy environment. This is accomplished by providing universal, selective, and indicated prevention services for students in support of the overall mission of the University.

The Health Promotion Specialist maintains collaborative relationships with student leaders, campus, faculty, staff, and community partners to develop a comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach to health for students. This position is responsible for developing strategic plans, goals, and measurable objectives for health promotion programs and services. This requires developing, implementing and analyzing of student health surveys that: 1. provide baseline data and follow-up health data, 2. identify program needs and priorities, 3. evaluate the effectiveness of programs and services and 4. track trends in student health status and behavior.

The successful candidate will utilize a public health approach to create, provide and coordinate wellness and health promotion and prevention initiatives. The Health Promotion Specialist will incorporate multicultural diversity and social justice concepts and principles into health promotion and prevention services. The position will be responsible for assisting the director with the supervision of student interns, peer educators, leaders, volunteers, and student workers and with the daily operations of the department as requested. Research, theories, and evidence based practices will support initiatives. The Health Promotion Specialist will attend professional conferences; write reports and proposals and other related functions as assigned. The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.

Posted October 27, 2014

Closing Date - November 5, 2014

 

Research Assistant 2 (Data Analyst) – Oregon Health & Science University

The Oregon Office on Disability and Health, housed within the Institute on Development & Disability at Oregon Health & Science University, is seeking candidates for a full-time Epidemiology Data Analyst position.

Major duties include:

  • Analysis of population-based survey data from sources such as the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) the Medical Expenditures Panel Survey (MEPS). Strong STATA skills preferred.
  • Data management, including pooling multiple years of state or national survey data
  • Preparing data summaries, reports, and policy briefs relating to the health of people with disabilities
  • Helping prepare scientific manuscripts and conference presentations
  • Responding to data requests from key partners
  • Implementing and analyzing web-based surveys on health and emergency preparedness among Oregonians with disabilities.

To view the full job announcement and apply online, click here, or go to http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/about/services/human-resources/, click on the “Search for Jobs” button, and enter IRC45107 in the IRC# search box. 

Posted October 27, 2014

Open until filled.

 

Correctional Health Nurse - Polk County

Performs a variety of nursing duties and medical services directly related to patient care of inmates in the custody of the Polk County Correctional Facility.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES:
An employee in this classification may perform any of the following duties. However, these examples do not include all the specific tasks which an employee may be expected to perform.

  • Performs professional nursing duties under medical policies and procedures and specific standing orders approved by the jail physician and the Public Health Manager.
  • Reviews intake screening, performs physical assessments, evaluates inmates who have specified medical problems, places and reads TB tests, and answers requests for medical concerns from inmates. Obtains and records past inmate medical histories.
  • Provides nursing care to inmates with drug and alcohol addictions, assists in emergency cases and trauma.
  • Orders prescriptions and stock medications, administers medication to inmates in accordance with orders of physicians. Provides appropriate information regarding inmate medicine dosage and schedule to corrections staff.
  • Secures medications in accordance with pharmacy board regulations.
  • Initiates appropriate medical interventions according to policy and procedure guidelines and nursing protocol.
  • Schedules routine sick call, assists jail physician during weekly clinic, provides treatment for minor medical complaints, collects specimens for further assessment or diagnosis such as communicable disease cultures, urine, blood, etc.
  • Evaluates and executes orders from physicians and dentist. Responsible for checking allergies, dosages, intended effects of medication, side effects, and drug interactions.
  • Maintains inmate medical records and files. Maintains accurate, legible, and complete records of patient care including chart documentation using SOAP format for all inmate request for medical attentions. Writes nursing care plans and interdisciplinary treatment plans, completes other entries to support sufficient and accurate nursing histories.
  • Monitors and evaluates medical equipment and supplies to ensure that appropriate supplies are available in sufficient quantities, that accurate accounting and secure storage or supplies, including narcotic, needle and syringe counts are maintained.
  • Collaborates with community health providers, partners and agencies to provide more effective health care delivery to inmates both during and after incarceration. Explores, develops, and utilizes community resources.
  • Promotes community health awareness. Maintains current knowledge of resources within the health care delivery system and the social service system available to inmates. Works cooperatively with jail staff and public health staff.

The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.

Posted October 27, 2014

Closing Date - November 6, 2014

 

Deputy Medical Director, Corrections Health - Multnomah County

Are you a Public Health physician with experience in corrections environment, who is looking for an exciting new opportunity? Do you have a passion for working in a challenging environment where you can serve disadvantaged populations? Are you looking for an opportunity where you will build partnerships, empower a multi-disciplinary team and make a difference? Multnomah County Health Department has a vision that includes you...Healthy People in Healthy Communities. Join a team that includes Portland's most outstanding healthcare professionals. Multnomah County is seeking a highly qualified Deputy Medical Director. This full-time administrator will direct, manage and evaluate the activities of the Corrections Health unit of the Multnomah County Health Department. Corrections Health provides medical, dental and mental health care services at the county’s three jail and detention facilities. The ideal candidate for this position will be a strategic and innovative thinker. This leader will have clinical and leadership experience.

The Deputy Medical Director will direct, manage, organize and evaluate the activities of Corrections Health within the Health Department. This position requires the application of technical knowledge in the specialized field of Corrections Health, including utilizing medical, nursing, public health, corrections and management knowledge and skills to direct the program, thereby assuring clients receive care at the community standard. The Deputy Medical Director must possess initiative and judgment in anticipating and determining proactive strategic directions in an evolving medical and corrections environment, while upholding fiscal and legal parameters, along with program guidelines and policies. Collaboration, coordination and maintaining excellent working relationships are required. Collaboration and coordination is crucial especially with all levels within Corrections Health, as well as other county divisions: Health Department Integrated Clinical Services, Sheriff's Office, Department of Community Justice, Attorney's Office, District Attorney's Office, county courts and other community partners. The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here. 

Posted October 19, 2014

Closing Date - Continuous

 

EpiCenter Immunizations & BRFSS Project Specialist - Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board

The Immunizations and BRFSS Project Specialist provides technical, analytical and specialized support to the EpiCenter Director in support of two initiatives; the adult composite immunization measure project and the tribal Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Survey project. The funding for this position is for one year 10/1/2014 – 9/30/2015. This position will conduct calls with those surveyed for tribal BRFSS, assist with BRFSS training and technical assistance, provide data entry for surveys and assist with analysis as requested. For the adult composite immunization work, this position will work with the Medical Epidemiologist and the EpiCenter Director and biostatisticians to develop an adult composite immunization measure. This position will assist with data collection, data entry and evaluation; and, development of surveys regarding the feasibility of inclusion of the immunization composite measure as a nationwide GPRA measure. The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.

Posted October 19, 2014

Closing Date - October 31, 2014

 

Public Health Data Analyst/Epidemiologist - Benton County

Public Health is concerned with protecting the health and well-being of everyone who lives, works or visits Benton County - We focus on preventing health problems before they occur. Our programs strive to create community conditions that help reduce health disparities so all people have an equal chance for a long and healthy life. Public health is “at your service every day” throughout the county wherever you live, learn, work and play. Services are open to all, regardless of age, race, ethnicity, sex, religion, national origin, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or marital status. All services are accessible to those with mobility challenges and language translation is available.

This position serves as primary technical resource for planning, developing, collecting, managing, and analyzing population health data to inform and improve Health Services programs and policies. Collaborates with internal and community partners to educate and facilitate the use of performance data to improve the public’s health. Supports epidemiologic investigations used in the prevention and control of communicable diseases and foodborne outbreaks. Works in an innovative, high paced environment, researching and presenting data, integrating health equity approaches across BCHS and within the community, and participating in development of a regional health assessment. The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.

Posted September 29, 2014

Closing Date - Continuous

 

Grants-Pass-Based Healthy Start Program Manager - Josephine, Douglas & Jackson Counties

The Healthy Start Program Manager is the individual who assumes the day-to-day responsibilities for the management and implementation of Healthy Start of Southern Oregon in Josephine, Douglas and Jackson Counties. Healthy Start is a National Program, funded by HRSA’s Bureau of Maternal and Child Health. Its purpose is to reduce disparities in infant mortality, reduce adverse perinatal health outcomes, and improve a broad array of perinatal health indicators, including birth weight, entry to prenatal care, and number of births to adolescents. Healthy Start of Southern Oregon will contract with Public Health Departments and Safety-Net Community Health Centers in Jackson, Josephine and Douglas Counties to provide outreach, case management, and service coordination to women residing in areas of these counties. Healthy Start of Southern Oregon also aims to drive collective impact and systems change at the regional level, through coordination, integration, and mutually reinforcing activities among health, social services, and other providers and key leaders in the community. The Healthy Start Program Manager will play a key role in supporting a Perinatal and Early Childhood Collective Impact Network.

Under the guidance and direction of the Executive Director and Board of Directors for the Health Care Coalition of Southern Oregon, the Healthy Start Program Manager is the individual who assumes the day-to-day responsibilities for the management and implementation of Healthy Start of Southern Oregon in Josephine, Douglas and Jackson Counties. Healthy Start is a National Program, funded by HRSA’s Bureau of Maternal and Child Health. Its purpose is to reduce disparities in infant mortality, reduce adverse perinatal health outcomes, and improve a broad array of perinatal health indicators, including birthweight, entry to prenatal care, and number of births to adolescents. Healthy Start of Southern Oregon will contract with Public Health Departments and Safety-Net Community Health Centers in Jackson, Josephine and Douglas Counties to provide outreach, case management, and service coordination to women residing in rural areas of these counties. Healthy Start of Southern Oregon also aims to drive collective impact and systems change at the regional level, through coordination, integration, and mutually reinforcing activities among health, social services, and other providers and key leaders in the community. The Healthy Start Program Manager will play a key coordinating role in developing and supporting a Perinatal and Early Childhood Collective Impact Network. The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here. Download Abstract & Logic Model of Healthy Start Project.

Posted September 29, 2014

Open until filled.
*Interviews will begin in mid-October.

 

NFP Nurse II or III - Umatilla County

Work to protect and improve the health of Umatilla County residents through prevention, education and the provision of direct home services. The Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) Nurse Home Visitor is responsible for providing comprehensive nursing services to women and their families eligible for the NFP Program. Nurse home visitors are responsible for maintaining the highest standards in clinical nursing practice and adherence to the NFP model, and to policies, procedures, guidelines and standards of NFP and of the lead agency. The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.

Posted September 29, 2014

Closing Date - Continuous
*First review of applications on November 3, 2014.

 

Registered Nurse Care Coordinator - Benton County

Benton Health Services focuses on identifying barriers to accessing health care and reaching out to vulnerable populations. The Health Center is committed to improving health outcomes through a team based, medical home model with a strong focus on prevention and chronic disease management. We are looking for a highly skilled and motivated registered nurse to join our team. As a member of the primary care team, the Registered Nurse Care Coordinator provides case management, health education, nursing assessment, patient triage, and medication counseling to patients within the primary care home. This position will provide services in our primary care clinics.

Registered Nurses work in clinical, community, and home settings to provide a broad range of nursing services aimed at disease prevention, treatment, and health policy implementation. They apply critical thinking and nursing process skills to screen, assess, plan, deliver and evaluate health interventions for individuals and populations. Demonstrate knowledge-based care to assigned clients and programs in accordance with standards of practice, nursing practice act, Oregon Administrative Rules, County and department policies and procedures. May provide specialized services within specified programs and at multiple sites according to scope, license, and program standards. The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.

Posted September 16, 2014

 

Research Coordinator - Department of Epidemiology, University of Washington

The Center for Clinical and Epidemiological Research (CCER) has outstanding opportunities for TWO full time Research Coordinator. As part of an interdisciplinary team, the Research Coordinator will provide essential support to the Center for Clinical and Epidemiological Research Director and Principal Investigator on the Center's Partnerships for Native Health projects. The candidate will function as a coordinator for the FITSMI (Innovative Multigenerational Household Intervention to Reduce Stroke and CVD Risk) grant and the administrative core of the P20 grant. The aims of the FITSMI grant is to implement a research study to examine the effectiveness of a program to reduce the risk of stroke among older adults and younger adults. In conjunction with the CCER Director and NPCC Principal Investigators, this position provides leadership and coordination to NPCC and the PFR grants, and coordinates the day-to-day tasks for the administration of these projects, participates community outreach core and training activities, supervises staff, writes reports and scientific publications, and is responsible for reporting and budget allocation related to these projects. The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here. 

Posted September 16, 2014

Open until filled.

 

Chief Operations Officer – Clark County Public Health

CLARK COUNTY’S PUBLIC HEALTH is seeking qualified candidates to be part of our dynamic public service organization.This is a senior management position, reporting to the Health Officer-Administrator (Dr. Alan Melnick), with executive level responsibility for the administration of Public Health. The position has a broad portfolio in directing and managing the Operations Division, which includes the following programs: Oral Health, HIV Case Management and Prevention, Nurse Family Partnership, Children with Special Health Care Needs, Food Safety, Solid & Hazardous Waste, Drinking & Recreational Water Quality, Onsite Septic Services, Communicable Disease, Vaccine Quality Assurance and Chronic Disease Prevention. The Chief Operations Officer provides supervision to program managers as well as overseeing day to day operations of the department. Organizational responsibilities include understanding and promoting the public health mission of the department; providing courteous, respectful, efficient customer service to all department clients; honoring diversity of all department employees and constituents; participating in department training; and striving for personal excellence in public health work. This position provides department leadership and administration in concert with Dr. Melnick and may be requested to manage the department in his absence. EOE. The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.

Posted September 16, 2014

 

Northwest Human Services, Marion & Polk Counties

Are you looking for an exciting and rewarding career? At Northwest Human Services, Inc, one person can make a big impact. We value customer service, teamwork, and fun. Northwest Human Services offers competitive wages and a generous benefits package that includes: Medical, Dental, Vision, Group Life: Short Term & Long Term Disability, 403(b) retirement plan, Paid Time Off plan and 7 ½ paid holidays per year. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Click here to see what positions are currently available.

 

Principal Executive/Manager G (Oregon State Public Health Laboratory Director) - OHA/PHD, Hillsboro

The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD) is seeking qualified candidates for the position of permanent, full-time Principal Executive/Manager G (Oregon State Public Health Laboratory Director) located in Hillsboro. Here's an opportunity to join a team committed to providing excellent services and to follow your interests in a large, diverse organization. Benefits include a competitive salary, health insurance, paid holidays, leave accrual and personal leave, membership in the Oregon Public Service Retirement Plan and opportunities to participate in the Oregon Savings Growth Plans. Direct all activities of the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory (OSPHL). Establish policies and priorities, provide statewide leadership in science and laboratory practice and serve as part of the Center for Public Health Practice Leadership Team.

Major Duties Include:

  • Carry out the required director duties for a federally certified “high complexity” medical laboratory.
  • Oversee management of state resources.
  • Oversee personnel management and keep current with state rules and policies.
  • Participate in Center administration and policy development as part of leadership team.
  • Represent Division on task forces, committees, and panels at state, regional and national level.
  • Prepare and present legislative testimony and communicates with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Serve as the Responsible Official for the OSPHL under the federal Select Agent and Toxin Program.

To view a detailed job announcement and online application instructions, click here, or go to www.oregonjobs.org, select “Look for Jobs” and enter OHA14-0534 in the "Enter Keywords" search box at the bottom of the screen.

Posted August 26, 2014

Open Until Filled
*This recruitment will remain open until filled and the hiring manager may choose to close it at anytime. The first review of applications will occur on September 30, 2014. Therefore, at the agency's discretion, application materials received after September 29, 2014 may not receive consideration.

 

Tri-County Deputy Health Officer - Multnomah County Health Department, Hillsboro & Oregon City

Multnomah County Health Department is currently seeking two public health physicians to serve as Deputy Health Officers in the Tri-County Health Officer Program-- a cooperative effort to provide health officer services to the local health departments serving the Portland Oregon metropolitan area. One .50 FTE position is primarily based in Hillsboro (Washington County ) and one .50 FTE position is in Oregon City (Clackamas County). The Deputy Health Officer (DHO) provides public health physician consultation, direction, guidance and leadership. The position has two major duty areas:

  • Serving as the lead Health Officer for one of the three Portland Oregon Metro area counties. This work focuses on providing public health physician consultation, guidance and leadership around issues specific to that county. 
  • Providing regional leadership, consultation and support for a portfolio of specific public health issues identified by the three health departments as program priorities. Examples include TB control, reportable diseases, chronic disease prevention, injury prevention, immunization, family planning, and STI prevention and control.

The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.

Posted August 17, 2014

Open until filled.


Behavioral Health Consultant/Behaviorist - Northwest Human Services, Marion and Polk counties

Northwest Human Services is a non-profit leader in providing advocacy, quality healthcare and social services in Marion and Polk counties since 1970.

Are you an experienced behaviorist proficient at working with Primary Care Providers in a medical setting? Do you have experience working with medical patients to break down the behavioral barriers that are impeding positive outcomes in their medical diagnosis? If so, we want to hear from you!

We are expanding our team of Behavioral Health Integration Specialists and seek an experienced mental health professional eager to work in an integrated system of medical and mental health services. LCSW, LPC or Clinical Psychologist required. The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.

Posted August 17, 2014


Behavioral Health Integration Manager - Northwest Human Services, Marion and Polk Counties

Northwest Human Services is a non-profit leader in providing advocacy, quality healthcare and social services in Marion and Polk counties since 1970.

Are you an experienced Mental Health program manager looking for the opportunity to join a multidisciplinary team in an integrated Patient Centered Medical Home environment? Do you have an innovative spirit that embraces change? Do you have a vision of integrated care and the necessary leadership skills to add value to our transformative work to integrate mental health and medical services? If so, we want to hear from you!

Northwest Humans Services is a Tier III Patient Centered Medical Home. We offer an array of medical, dental, mental health, and supportive social service programs. We are committed to the integration of Mental Health services within our primary care medical environment. The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.

Posted August 17, 2014

 

Public Health Nurse 2 (Public Health Technical Assistant to County Health Departments) - OHA, Portland

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide technical assistance to local health departments for implementation of their public health improvement plans, including system design, evaluation plan, service delivery, epidemiological consultation, data interpretation, assessment planning and implementation, and consultation around specific public health issues.
  • Provide expert nursing consultation to nursing directors/supervisors, health officers, environmental health supervisors, and administrator of local health departments in planning, implementing, and evaluating public health care services.
  • Coordinate the Public Health Division’s review of local health department services, prepare the written summary of findings/recommendations, transmit final results to the local health authorities, and follow-up on corrective actions. Serve as consultant to OHA program reviewers. Conduct the administrative, medical records, and civil rights components of the agency review process.
  • Serve as liaison between the Public Health Division and local health departments. Represent the office of Community Liaison and Conference of Local Health Officials (CLHO) committee meetings as assigned.
  • Provide consultation to state program coordinators/managers in the practice of local program administration, systems development, and the formation of standards, goals, objectives, and policies for the nursing components of each program.

To view a detailed job announcement and online application instructions, click here, or go to www.oregonjobs.org, select “Look for Jobs” and enter OHA14-0537 in the "Enter Keywords" search box at the bottom of the screen.

Posted August 17, 2014

Open until filled.
*The first review of applications will occur on August 29, 2014. Therefore, at the agency's discretion, application materials received after August 28, 2014 may not receive consideration.

 

Patient Safety and Client Care Surveyor - OHA/PHD, Portland

The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD) is seeking qualified candidates for two permanent, full-time Patient Safety and Client Care Surveyor positions located in Portland.

Surveys and Investigations: 

  • Function as spokesperson and representative of Medicare and OHA while in facility/agency.
  • Maintain schedule, assure deadlines are met, assure required survey tasks are completed and evidence collected for deficiencies, and assume responsibility for timely coordination and submittal of required documentation.
  • Check documentation for accuracy, completeness, and timely submittal.
  • Record survey findings on the State and Federal Statements of Deficiencies forms according to established Federal Principles of Documentation. Participate in controversial and complex regulatory decisions. Other duties as assigned.

To view a detailed job announcement and online application instructions, click here, or go to www.oregonjobs.org, select “Look for Jobs” and enter OHA14-0183A in the "Enter Keywords" search box at the bottom of the screen.

Posted June 16, 2014

Open until filled
*This recruitment will remain open until filled and the hiring manager may choose to close it at anytime. The first review of applications will occur on June 24, 2014. Therefore, at the agency's discretion, application materials received after June 23, 2014 may not receive consideration.

 

Nurse Home Visitor (Community Health Nurse 2) - Nurse-Family Partnership Program, Douglas County Health Department

This public health nursing position works with the Public Health Division's Field Staff Unit and is assigned to a geographic location providing home visit services through the Nurse-Family Partnership program. Essential Functions: Provides home visits to women and their families eligible for the Nurse-Family Partnership {NFP} Program. Adheres to nursing process and the NFP model of home visitation. This nurse participates in Public Health program activities as a professional member of a health care team providing services to the community and performs other services as required. This position provides coverage as needed in Public Health clinics which include immunization, family planning, and outlying clinics. Requires regular and consistent attendance. The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here. 

Posted March 11, 2014

Closing Date - Continuous

 

Physician (Family Practice) - Public Health Centers, various locations

Multnomah County Health Department is recruiting Full Time, Part Time, On Call and Temporary, Board Certified/Board Eligible Family Practice Physicians. These positions are located in the various Clinics around the County. Our clinics serve a multicultural, multilingual, predominantly low income, population. About 80% of the patients are non-English speaking, primarily Russian, Asian and Hispanic. The Health Department is seeking physicians comfortable with caring for the medically indigent, enthused about cross-cultural medicine and oriented toward preventive health. Qualified candidates must be board certified or board eligible; this position is not a J-1 visa or HB-1 opportunity. The ideal Candidate will be Bilingual in Spanish, however, this is not a requirement. The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.

Posted November 5, 2013

Closing Date - Continuous

 

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