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UPDATED: March 4, 2021

Job openings are listed in order of close date.

Community Health Nursing Supervisor

Job Type: Full-time
Agency: Washington County
Department: Health and Human Services
Location: Hillsboro
Position Description: The Maternal Child and Families (MCF) Program within Washington County Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Division, is seeking a motivated, strength-based and highly skilled Community Health Nursing Supervisor to join our team!The Nursing Supervisor will join our innovative and collaborative team committed to supporting and advancing trauma-informed, healthy, stable, and nurturing environments. The MCF team strives to develop and implement programs, services, and resources to address maternal, child and family disparities and support resiliency, healthy social, emotional, and physical development, parenting, and school readiness.
Duties & Responsibilities: The Nursing Supervisor will lead the clinical development and continuous quality improvement efforts of Washington County's universally offered newborn nurse home visiting program, Family Connects. This includes program development, building and maintaining collaborative partnerships, and supporting the development of policies and procedures including medical charting and billing mechanisms for the diverse clinical and payor mix in Washington County. The Nursing Supervisor will handle recruitment, supervision and professional development of the Family Connects nursing staff. A key function of this role will be to support community alignment which includes service coordination with other perinatal home visiting programs, such as Nurse Family Partnership, CaCoon, Babies 1st, and Healthy Families and supporting local, regional, and state collaborative partnerships. The Nursing Supervisor will engage in outreach and provider engagement efforts and work collaboratively with healthcare providers including hospitals, primary care providers, coordinated care organizations, Oregon Health Authority, Family Connects International, and other perinatal service providers.
The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here. 
Closing Date: 03/07/2021

CAREAssist Program Assistant (Administrative Specialist 1)

Job Type: full time
Agency: Oregon Heatlh Authority
Department: Public Health Division
Location: Portland OR
Position Description: Job number: REQ-57206The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), HIV, STD and Tuberculosis Section in Portland, OR is recruiting for a CAREAssist Program Assistant to provide administrative and customer service support for the CAREAssist program (Oregon’s AIDS Drug Assistance Program). CAREAssist helps eligible Oregonians access and pay for life-saving medications, medical and dental care. What will you do? As the CAREAssist Program Assistant, you will provide program eligibility services to clients, caseworkers and community-based partners. You will process and track new client applications, enter the applicant data into the system, and triage applications to program caseworkers for timely follow-up. You will be responsible for preparing monthly mailings of client eligibility review applications for enrolled clients, as well as record receipt, update database with client information, and send information to community partners and clients monthly. You will assist clients with eligibility questions, print and distribute client eligibility cards and provide daily customer service by helping to staff the main phone line. In this position, you will perform general office assistance activities and provide coverage for other administrative services in the office. These services include reception, mail processing, filing, archiving, and other duties as assigned. This position will also provide backup coverage to process payment for client services to include insurance premiums, medical claims and other program expenses such as supplies and equipment.
Duties & Responsibilities: What are we looking for? Requested Skills: Minimum requirements: Three years of clerical/secretarial experience that included two years at a full performance level performing typing, word processing, or other generation of documents AND lead work responsibility or coordination of office procedures. (Courses or training in Office Occupations or Office Technology may be substituted for up to one year of the clerical/secretarial experience.) Experience providing professional, diplomatic customer service when communicating on the phone, in person, and in writing.  High-level of proficiency in using computers and data systems which includes Word, Excel, Outlook and database applications.  Experience performing accurate data entry. Experience utilizing a multi-line switchboard/phone. Experience working in a team environment which includes collaboration with other team members, contribution to a positive, respectful and productive work environment, and participation in continuous quality improvement program activities. Experience taking initiative and using independent judgement on an ongoing basis.  Experience working in a busy office environment and managing competing priorities to meet program needs. Ability to manage state credit card following all State of Oregon policies and procedures. Experience promoting a culturally competent and diverse work environment.
The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here. 
Closing Date: 03/09/2021

General Micro Microbiologist (Microbiologist 2)

Job Type: This is a full-time, permanent classified position and is represented by a union.
Agency: Oregon Heath Authority
Department: Public Health Division
Location: Hillsboro, OR
Position Description: Job number: REQ-51359Salary: $4030 - $6178 monthlyThe Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Oregon State Public Health Laboratory (OSPHL) in Hillsboro, OR is recruiting for a General Micro Microbiologist to perform the analytical work in the isolation and identification of pathogenic microorganisms and toxins for the General Microbiology section. The General Microbiology section protects public health by providing the health division’s epidemiology staff, local health departments, other medical personnel, and emergency preparedness/response staff with information so they can respond with proper treatment of patients and any necessary control measures to prevent further spread of disease. What will you do? As the General Micro Microbiologist, you will identify and further sub-type a variety of pathogenic bacteria by conventional and molecular methods; test samples for the presence of select agents of bioterrorism; test specimens for Mycobacterium tuberculosis using probe technology and performing susceptibilities; test specimens for blood and enteric parasites; test water for bacterial pathogens; culture food and other specimens for bacterial pathogens; and prepare specimens for storage and delivery related to the Emerging Infection Program and Epidemiology Lab Capacity grants. Additional work may also include performing tests on isolates for sub-typing using whole genome sequencing.
Duties & Responsibilities: What are we looking for? A bachelor’s degree in biology, chemistry or a closely related field of science AND one year of clinical microbiological laboratory experience; OR a master’s degree in biology, chemistry, or a closely related field of science; OR an equivalent combination of education and clinical microbiological laboratory experience. Preference will be given to applicants a master's degree and experience identifying bacteria by classical methods in a clinical setting. Experience working as a general microbiologist in a clinical laboratory. Experience testing for tuberculosis, blood parasites, and enteric pathogens. Experience with molecular testing including whole genome sequencing. Certification as a Medical Technologist is a plus. Experience promoting a culturally competent and diverse work environment. 
The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here. 
Closing Date: 03/10/2021

ABCs Epidemiologist (Epidemiologist 1)

Job Type: Full-time, Limited Duration (24 months)
Agency: Oregon Health Authority
Department: Public Health
Location: Portland, OR
Position Description: Job number: REQ-58545. This is a full-time, classified, limited duration position and is represented by a union. The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Acute and Communicable Disease Prevention (ACDP) Section in Portland, OR is recruiting for an ABCs Epidemiologist to support the work of the Active Bacterial Core Surveillance (ABCs) system. The ACDP section works with local health departments, other states and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to prevent and control communicable diseases and outbreaks of acute diseases in Oregon.Most of this work may be conducted remotely at an alternate worksite with full access to the needed operating systems and technology. However, there are many times that the work will need to be conducted at the primary work location listed in this announcement, the Portland State Office Building located at 800 NE Oregon Street, Portland, OR 97232. Work location can be changed at any time at the discretion of the hiring manager. What will you do? As the ABCs Epidemiologist, you will investigate cases of ABCs pathogens, respond to outbreaks of ABCs pathogens (GAS, GBS, S. pneumoniae, HiB, and N. meningitidis), and coordinate validation of data quality. In addition, you will oversee surveillance for noninvasive cases of pneumococcal pneumonia and conduct case control and other special studies as needed. You will also collect data and review and abstract information from medical charts of persons identified as cases of ABCs pathogens. This position requires the capacity to coordinate epidemiologic work, use complex databases, execute advanced statistics, and create summary reports of study progress.While in this position, you will annually review hospital discharge data to identify cases of community-acquired pneumonia and evaluate testing practices for pneumococcal pneumonia. You will work with the CDC to produce annual estimates of cases missed due to incomplete testing. In addition, you will oversee a study of serological correlates of protection against GBS, coordinate submission of required specimens to the CDC, and recruit and obtain consent from parents or guardians of cases. You will prepare questionnaires, call cases, enter and analyze data to look for clusters or outbreaks, and update investigative guidelines and case report forms. This position provides consultation to other epidemiologists and health professionals within OHA, other agencies and health care professionals regarding the planning, conduct, and analysis of disease occurrence, outbreak investigations, special studies and communicable disease issues.
Duties & Responsibilities: What are we looking for? Minimum requirements: A master’s degree in epidemiology, community health, public health or a closely-related field AND one year of professional-level epidemiologic, community health, or research experience in infectious disease; OR a bachelor's degree in in epidemiology, community health, public health or a closely-related field AND two years of professional-level epidemiologic, community health, or research experience in infectious disease.•Preference will be given to applicants with a master’s degree in epidemiology and experience working in communicable disease prevention and controls.•Experience conducting infectious disease surveillance.•Experience working in a clinical laboratory environment or coursework in microbiology. •Experience interviewing subjects by phone to obtain confidential information.•Experience utilizing research techniques and statistics in daily work.•Knowledge of medical terminology required for reviewing medical charts.•Proficient in Word, Excel, and statistical and/or database software.•Must have a current State of Oregon driver’s license with a good driving record and be able to travel throughout the state with some overnight stays.•Experience promoting a culturally competent and diverse work environment.
The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.
Closing Date: 03/14/2021

Operations Analyst for Psilocybin Advisory Board (Operations and Policy Analyst 3)

Agency: Oregon Health Authority
Department: Public Health Division
Location: Portland OR
Position Description: Job number: REQ-58843. Salary: $5106 - $7847 monthly. Location: Portland OR***To be considered for this position you must complete an online application at the provided link.This is a full-time, permanent classified position and is represented by a union.The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Center for Health Protection (CHP), Oregon Psilocybin Services Program in Portland, OR is recruiting for an Operations Analyst for the Psilocybin Advisory Board to provide policy, legislative, and operational assistance to the Oregon Psilocybin Advisory Board as well as support the Psilocybin program. The psilocybin services program is a new program that will be established and developed. There is a two-year development period from January 1, 2021 to December 31, 2022. Because this position will be involved in developing a new regulatory program and works with the advisory board on a tight implementation timeline there may be a need to work outside the typical work schedule.Most of this work may be conducted remotely at an alternate worksite with full access to the needed operating systems and technology. However, there are times that the work will need to be conducted at the central work location listed in this announcement, the Portland State Office Building located at 800 NE Oregon Street, Portland, OR 97232. Work location can be changed at any time at the discretion of the hiring manager.What will you do?As the Operations Analyst for the Psilocybin Advisory Board, you will be a resource to the board concerning current policies, legislation, requirements, guidelines, research and trends related to psilocybin services and make recommendations to OHA. You will provide expertise in researching the applicable science, drafting regulations, and writing and editing reports. In addition, you will support the program with fiscal, operational, evaluation and audit requirements and work with the Office of Information Services (OIS) around programmatic technological development.You will plan and manage the examination, publication and distribution of available and applicable science and research on psilocybin therapy. You will also plan and manage the development of rules and regulations and the board's recommendations around the establishment of a comprehensive regulatory framework. Additionally, you will collaborate and communicate with the Oregon Psilocybin Advisory Board to develop the strategic plan for psilocybin services as a safe, accessible and affordable therapeutic option.
Duties & Responsibilities: What are we looking for? Requested Skills•Minimum requirements: A bachelor's degree in public health or a related degree and four years of professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning work related to public health program operations OR any combination of experience and education equivalent to seven years of professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning work related to public health program operations.•Experience in project management related to public health programs.•Experience working with public health stakeholders and advisory boards, commissions or other governing or advisory bodies.•Experience analyzing and writing rules and regulations, analyzing legislation, and drafting testimony.•Experience reading and interpreting Oregon Revised Statutes (ORSs)and Oregon Administrative Rules (OARs).•Experience working with medical and legal terminology.•Experience coordinating human and technological resources to meet program goals and objectives.•Experience working with technology to keep all data secure whether working onsite or remotely.•Strong oral and written communications skills.•Experience promoting a culturally competent and diverse work environment.
The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here. 
Closing Date: 03/17/2021

Oregon Psilocybin Services Section Manager (Principal Executive Manager F)

Agency: Oregon Health Authority
Department: Public Health Division
Location: Portland OR
Position Description: Job number: REQ-58844Salary: $6751.00 - $10442.00 monthly. This is a full-time, permanent management service - supervisory position and is not represented by a union.The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Center for Health Protection (CHP), Oregon Psilocybin Services Program in Portland, OR is recruiting for an Oregon Psilocybin Services Section Manager to manage and oversee the Oregon Psilocybin Services Section and ensure operations are in compliance with pertinent and relevant statutes and regulations. The psilocybin services program is a new program that will be established and developed. There is a two-year development period from January 1, 2021 to December 31, 2022. Because this position will be involved in developing a new regulatory program and works with the advisory board on a tight implementation timeline there may be a need to work outside the typical work schedule.Most of this work may be conducted remotely at an alternate worksite with full access to the needed operating systems and technology. However, there are times that the work will need to be conducted at the central work location listed in this announcement, the Portland State Office Building located at 800 NE Oregon Street, Portland, OR 97232. Work location can be changed at any time at the discretion of the hiring manager.What will you do?As the Oregon Psilocybin Services Section Manager, you will lead, manage and direct section staff and implement the psilocybin services program. You will develop rules, and manage projects, activities and budget. You will direct and plan operations which includes regulatory oversight of psilocybin service centers, service facilitators, and manufacturers. While in this position, you will establish psilocybin services section goals, objectives, and priorities; and develop performance measures and other management controls using data-driven information. You will engage and motivate staff activities in line with performance targets by creating an environment conducive to collaboration, innovation and self-determination. You will work with staff to identify best practices and new approaches to promote continuous improvement and operational excellence. You will oversee and direct the development and use of psilocybin databases, as well as oversee the analysis of data to determine if program goals are met, including equitable access to psilocybin services. You will develop and recommend administrative rules, policies and procedures related to psilocybin services; prepare legislative concepts, bill analysis, and testimony; and coordinate policies of the Oregon Psilocybin Services Section to ensure compliance.
Duties & Responsibilities: What are we looking for? Requested Skills•Minimum requirements: Four years of public health program management experience in a public or private organization which included responsibility for each of the following: a) development of program rules and policies, b) development of long- and short-range goals and plans, c) program evaluation, and d) budget preparation OR three years of public health program management experience in a public or private organization which included responsibility for each of the following: a) development of program rules and policies, b) development of long- and short-range goals and plans, c) program evaluation, and d) budget preparation; AND 45-48 quarter hours (30-32 semester hours) of graduate level coursework in management. (NOTE: In the "Work History" section on your application, you must clearly describe your experience in each of the a), b), c), d) areas listed. Failure to provide this information may result in eliminating your application from further consideration.)•Preference will be given to applicants who possess a master’s degree in public health and four or more years of experience managing a state public health program. •Experience reading and interpreting Oregon Revised Statutes and Oregon Administrative Rules.•Experience working with public health stakeholders and developing and maintaining relationships with advisory boards, commissions or other governing bodies. •Demonstrated experience with awareness of and sensitivity to the problems and interests of individuals who may be seriously ill or disabled, or caring for those who are, who come from diverse backgrounds.•Effective oral and written communications skills.•Experience working with medical and legal terminology.•Experience coordinating human and technological resources to meet public health program objectives.•Experience developing large-scale budgets and forecasting revenue.•Experience managing multiple and sometimes competing priorities, to build consensus, and to direct teams.•Experience promoting a culturally competent and diverse work environment. 
The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here. 
Closing Date: 03/17/2021

Behavioral Health Clinical Supervisor

Job Type: HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES-Full Time
Agency: Lincoln County Personnel Dept
Department: Behavioral Health
Location: Lincoln County
Position Description: Under general direction, supervise Behavioral Health Clinicians; coordinate day-to-day functions and ensure appropriate staff coverage; provide clinical supervision, counseling and case management services; and perform other duties as assigned.Conduct pre-commitment investigations when needed/as assigned including interviews in the community, hospital, or jail. Present findings in court, as needed. May be assigned responsibility for court ordered evaluation and subsequent monitoring of PSRB and 30 clients, as well as other court requested evaluations.Counselor of the Day as assigned. This includes providing day time back up to the crisis counselor in office, by phone, in the community, hospital or jail, as needed. This position would be COD as needed. Participation in after hours and routine supervisor on duty rotation. May require response to hospital, jails, and courts.
Duties & Responsibilities: 

  • Supervises clinicians; confers with staff regularly regarding techniques used, case progress, and related matters for the purpose of promoting and evaluating professional development and assuring quality of care, as well as reviewing work in progress.
  • Conducts regular case conferences with clinicians for supervision and consultation; reviews case records and selects cases for discussion; supervises staff in assessing causes of problem behavior and mental or emotional disorders and in developing and modifying treatment and approves alternative plans, termination or transfer of cases; supervises consultation activities of employees; and may assist with the reassignment of employee caseload. Conducts evaluations at hospitals, jails, and courts as required. Attends hearings and monitors client follow up as needed. May be responsible for oversight of 370, PSRB, and other program compliance.
  • Personally maintains a caseload or handles some of the more complex cases; performs a variety of direct clinical, diagnostic, treatment, and outreach services. Carry a half time therapist caseload, with expectations of 0.5 FTE caseload and productivity.
  • Set goals for performance and deadlines in ways that comply with company's plans and vision and communicate them to subordinates
  • Organize workflow and ensure that employees understand their duties or delegated tasks.
  • Monitor employee productivity and provide constructive feedback and coaching.

IMPORTANT FUNCTIONS: Tasks that may be performed, but are not essential to fulfill the job purpose.

  • Assists with the compliance with related federal, state and local regulations, as well as departmental and county policies and procedures.
  • Participates in the establishment or revision of policies, procedures, guidelines, goals and objectives.
  • Assists the Behavioral Health Program Manager with program planning, implementation and evaluation activities.
  • Participates in community outreach and public relations activities. Attend various meetings with community and state partners and represent LCHC in a professional manner. This would be with agencies, courts, and community partners.
  • Works with agency and community partners regarding client services, providing program technical advice, program updates and is available for consultations as needed and approved by BH Program Manager.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.
Closing Date: 03/31/2021

BH Clinical Supervisor Crisis

Job Type: HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES-Full Time
Agency: Lincoln County Personnel Dept
Department: Behavioral Health
Location: Lincoln County
Position Description: Under general direction, supervise Behavioral Health Clinicians; coordinate day-to-day functions and ensure appropriate staff coverage; provide clinical supervision, counseling and case management services; and perform other duties as assigned.This position responds to mobile crisis in the community, jails and hospitals as needed, supervises the COMET team and us on call for after hours crisis supervision on a rotation schedule. Conduct pre-commitment investigations when needed/as assigned including interviews in the community, hospital, or jail. Present findings in court, as needed.Counselor of the Day as assigned. This includes providing day time back up to the crisis counselor in office, by phone, in the community, hospital or jail, as needed.
Duties & Responsibilities: 

  • Supervises clinicians; confers with staff regularly regarding techniques used, case progress, and related matters for the purpose of promoting and evaluating professional development and assuring quality of care, as well as reviewing work in progress.
  • Conducts regular case conferences with clinicians for supervision and consultation; reviews case records and selects cases for discussion; supervises staff in assessing causes of problem behavior and mental or emotional disorders and in developing and modifying treatment and approves alternative plans, termination or transfer of cases; supervises consultation activities of employees; and may assist with the reassignment of employee caseload.
  • Personally maintains a caseload or handles some of the more complex cases; performs a variety of direct clinical, diagnostic, treatment, and outreach services.
  • Set goals for performance and deadlines in ways that comply with company's plans and vision and communicate them to subordinates
  • Organize workflow and ensure that employees understand their duties or delegated tasks.•
  • Monitor employee productivity and provide constructive feedback and coaching.
  • Conduct investigations when needed/as assigned.
  • Obtain working knowledge of state mandated programming.
  • Respond to mobile crisis in the community, jails and hospitals as needed.
  • Supervise comet team.
  • On call after hours crisis supervision on rotation schedule. May be assigned responsibility for other mandated state mandated services.

IMPORTANT FUNCTIONS: Tasks that may be performed, but are not essential to fulfill the job purpose.

  • Assists with the compliance with related federal, state and local regulations, as well as departmental and county policies and procedures.
  • Participates in the establishment or revision of policies, procedures, guidelines, goals and objectives.
  • Assists the Behavioral Health Program Manager with program planning, implementation and evaluation activities.
  • Participates in community outreach and public relations activities.
  • Works with agency and community partners regarding client services, providing program technical advice, program updates and is available for consultations as needed and approved by BH Program Manager.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.
Closing Date: 03/31/2021

Operations Coordinator for Support Services Brokerage

Agency: UCP Oregon
Department: UCP Connections
Location: Portland, OR
Position Description: Are you passionate about social justice and seeking a different kind of Operations Coordinator position, one that combines leadership, project management, data, administrative support, and technology with an awesome team? If so, UCP Oregon might have the perfect opportunity for you!UCP Oregon helps adults who experience disabilities to live the life of their dreams—whether that’s living independently, working in a great job, or pursuing their interests and hobbies. We encourage a culture of IDEAS (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Support) and are working towards building a diverse and inclusive workforce to represent and empower the community we support.UCP Oregon is currently seeking an Operations Coordinator who will work in our intellectual/developmental disabilities support services brokerage, which is known as UCP Connections. The Brokerage Team primarily consists of a Brokerage Director, Personal Agents, Admin/Operations team, and an Assessment Quality Coordinator. Personal Agents support caseloads of approximately 36 adults, assisting them to achieve goals to promote independence and navigate the social support network.As an Operations Coordinator you will lead, coordinate, guide, and support administrative processes that ensure the smooth operations of the brokerage.The Operations Coordinator plays a central role in daily operations and the office running smoothly. The OC will work with the Operations Manager, the leadership team, and case managers to create an efficient working environment and complete essential tasks to meet the charge of assisting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.The successful candidate will be excited about supporting the work of others and being the “go-to” person that ensures equipment, processes, and information run smoothly. They will be a self-starter and adept at collaborating with a close-knit team that come from diverse backgrounds. This candidate will be a competent operations expert and play a key role in UCP’s progressive mission within the field of developmental disabilities.
Duties & Responsibilities: You will partner closely with our Operations Manager to ensure all brokerage operations are running smoothly, including: Managing the office, technology, and provider credentialing. Completing tasks such as data entry, provider compliance, and billing. Providing excellent services to customers, providers, and team members. Assisting with communication with our customer base through mailings, social media posts, and maintaining our email distribution list. Acting as Department of Human Services Background Check Unit Qualified Entity Designee to complete background checks. Supporting billing and payment processes for providers using the State’s billing system, eXPRS. Assisting with special projects, and taking the lead on projects as assigned.Hours & Location: This is a 40-hour a week job. Typical schedule will be Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5pm or 9am to 5:30pm but may vary at times due to brokerage needs. Additional hours will rarely be required. Due to COVID-19, the Operations Coordinator will be working remotely part-time and in our office part-time. In the future, the Operations Coordinator will be required to work at our office located at NE 102nd Avenue.
The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here. 
Closing Date: 04/30/2021

Campus Associate Dean

Agency: OHSU
Department: SON
Location: Portland, OR
Position Description: The Campus Associate Dean is the onsite administrator for nursing operations and implementation of strategic priorities and a liaison between the regional University and the OHSU School of Nursing. This position reports to the OHSU SON Dean on matters pertaining to strategic priorities, organizational structure and functions, philanthropic affairs, human and material resource management, operational efficiencies, and outcomes associated with representing a regional community of interest. The Campus Associate Dean collaborates with, advises, and is accountable to, the Executive Vice Dean/Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs OHSU SON for curricula and program delivery. Based on the complexity of the region and the varying scopes of services covered, the position may include faculty responsibility for teaching, research, or service.
Duties & Responsibilities: Regional Leadership and Management•Ensures program delivery meets regulatory and accreditation standards, including assessment and evaluation criteria•Serves as liaison and campus representative between OHSU SON and the respective regional university campus assigned; includes fostering and developing inter-agency relationships, service on committees and councils, and advancement of relationships between entities•Assists with regional recruitment of students to ensure program targets are met/exceeded •Initiates and leads the process for local hiring of faculty and staff•Supervises faculty, professional and support staff on a regional campus, using a matrix model for input and evaluation•Ensures alignment with overall SON strategic, operational, and financial goals and tactics and functions as a SON leader, coordinating and cooperating with other leaders in support of School missions and goals•Visits clinical sites and maintains critical relationships with community partners that include, but are not limited to practice and community health agencies, community thought leaders, and others who interface with the SON in order to ensure input from SON communities of interest•Advises and assists with philanthropic and legislative endeavors in accordance with planned opportunities•Serves as a media spokesperson for the SON at the regional level•Ensures that regional characteristics are considered in all SON planned curricular, research, and practice missionsHuman and Fiscal Resource Management•Meets performance standards and expectations associated with faculty and staff supervision in a matrix with respective Associate Deans•Assesses faculty and staff mix needed to ensure that program and curricular objectives are met•Assists in recruitment, selection, and evaluation processes in regional areas•Monitors faculty and staff productivity to ensure that resources are developed and utilized in the best possible manner to ensure student outcomes and public accountability•Provides mentoring and support for early- and mid-career faculty to ensure an adequate faculty workforceAdministrative and Faculty Functions•Serves on the SON Leadership Council and other relevant school and/or university councils and committees relevant to the academic and other missions•Serves on the Oregon Consortium for Nursing Education (OCNE) Coordinating Council. Collaborates with regional OCNE schools.•Leads performance improvement and project management initiatives on a regional or statewide level•Models teaching, service, and inquiry through teaching and faculty engagement activities; works collaboratively with other faculty on joint publications and scholarship•Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Senior Associate Dean/Dean

Please send a letter of interest and curriculum vitae to Peggy Wros, Ph.D., R.N., Search Committee Co-Chair at [email protected] and/or apply at the School of Nursing employment website. Reference position posting ID Numbers 2020-7350and 2020-7351. 

Closing Date: 04/30/2021

FINANCE MANAGER

Agency: North Central Public Health District
Location: The Dalles, OR
Position Description: About us: Our team members understand our vision, contribute to our mission and guide our daily actions by our values. We are an innovative, hard-working, dedicated team. We have an operating budget of over 2 million dollars with 31 staff members. North Central Public Health District (NCPHD) serves the counties of Gilliam, Sherman and Wasco. We are located in the beautiful Columbia Gorge with plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy and are only 90 miles from the Portland metro area. Overview of the role: This position manages the daily financial activities of a three county health district, including: Budget preparation and control; Oversight of accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll & general ledger; Contract and grant accounting; Preparing financial reports; Database Administrator for medical records and financial management systems; Fielding information technology requests and purchases of computer software and hardware. Ensures compliance with district policies and procedures, state and federal regulations. Serves as a member of the Leadership Team. This exempt position is full-time (37.5 hour work week) + great benefits. Salary range: $4,664.85 - $5,672.39/month.
Duties & Responsibilities: Education/Experience/Certifications: Minimum requirement is an Associate’s Degree or equivalent from two-year college or technical school with 5 years of government or proven financial management experience. Preferred: Bachelor’s Degree in business or accounting. Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: Thorough knowledge of and ability to apply governmental accounting standards in practice; knowledge of the Oregon PERS retirement system. Has understanding of computerized work environment and ability to learn more. Proficient in use of accounting software, electronic spreadsheets and word processing (Microsoft Excel, Word & Access for Windows). Proven leadership skills. Effective oral and written communications.
The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.
Closing Date: 07/01/2021


 Volunteer Internship Opportunities - Oregon Health Authority

The Oregon Public Health Division periodically offers volunteer internships in public health, education, policy, communications, and related areas.

If you are interested in volunteering or obtaining an internship at the Public Health Division:

  • E-mail Catherine Moyer at: [email protected] with a copy of your resume and letter of interest.
  • Specify the time frame you are available.
  • We will contact prospective volunteers or interns as opportunities become available.

Click here for more information about volunteer internship opportunities around Oregon with OHA.