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UPDATED: MAY 11, 2022

Job openings are listed in order of close date.

Health Resilience Specialist *$2,000 Hiring Incentive*

Agency:
CareOregon

Location:
Portland, OR

Position Description:
CareOregon is making a difference. Join us. For people who care about helping others, CareOregon is the place to be. We’re a nonprofit health plan dedicated to providing access to high-quality, cost-effective, culturally competent care for Oregon Health Plan and Medicare Advantage participants. For compassionate innovators committed to improving health care throughout Oregon, we offer a great work environment where your contributions are recognized.

To protect the health and well-being of our members, employees and community, CareOregon requires all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or have an approved medical or religious exception as a qualification of employment.

Candidates who receive an offer of employment by CareOregon, must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination or submit a medical or religious exception request, which will be evaluated in accordance with CareOregon’s standard accommodation process.

Job Summary

The Health Resilience Specialist (HRS) works independently and collaboratively with a team of health professionals to provide members with opportunities to improve self-management abilities, health outcomes, and satisfaction with health care. The HRS performs a variety of key services such as intensive case management, short-term problem solving, counseling, referrals to community resources and health literacy education. The HRS has specialized training in Evidence Based Practices providing behavioral changes, as well as experience working with diverse populations that have experienced obstacles and barriers associated with marginalization either in mental health and/or addictions work. With the knowledge of Trauma Informed Care and the skills of Motivational Interviewing, the HRS is responsible for engaging with members whose use of costly acute care services, such as the emergency department and hospital, are driven significantly by complex psychosocial issues. This position may be focused on specific populations such as American Indian/Alaska Native, transgender members, or other groups.

Essential Responsibilities

  • Case Management. Work independently to perform multidisciplinary assessment of members in multiple settings (e.g., home, hospital, clinic, etc.), by evaluating all relevant information to determine needs in health care, social supports and access to behavioral health services. Utilize the Electronic Medical Records system for documentation if located at the Primary Care Clinic Make independent decisions regarding client care and care management. Complete appropriate documentation in a timely manner.
  • Barrier Review and Reduction. Meet with members to identify and reduce or eliminate barriers to care (e.g., social, cultural, linguistic, education), and set effective goals with members. Utilize a person-centered approach in working with clients by respecting their self-determination and autonomy and exploring their ambivalence by utilizing Motivational Interviewing principles. Ensure that clients get timely access to appropriate services by promoting and modeling advocacy skills.
  • Provider and Member Integration. Collaborate with medical and auxiliary providers in the community to develop health care plans/goals based on identified needs and employ creative strategies to address psychosocial issues. Educate providers about social determinants of health of each individual client by attending appointments with individuals and participating in clinic multidisciplinary huddles. Facilitate communication and positive relationship building between clients and medical providers.
  • Work Management and Evaluation. Work autonomously in identifying tasks, developing plans, following through on needs, and evaluating outcomes. Report on progress and concerns as appropriate.
  • Improvement and Innovation. Support improvement and innovation in the workplace. Identify and participate in the development of new alternative care resources not offered by the health plan and creatively utilize community resources.
  • Project Participation and Leadership. Take an active role within Care Oregon by participating on and leading development teams and projects that are piloting quality improvement related to Triple Aim.
  • Program Representation. Represent the Health Resilience Program to internal and external customers by maintaining the highest level of respect and professionalism.
  • Other. Perform other duties as assigned. Essential Department and Organizational Functions
  • Propose and implement process improvements
  • Meet deadlines for completion of daily, weekly and month-end reporting
  • Maintain agreed upon work schedule
  • Demonstrate cooperation and teamwork
  • Provide cross-training on specific job responsibilities
  • Meet identified business goals that contribute to departmental goals
  • Participate in all staff development trainings and meetings. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities RequiredKnowledge
  • Working knowledge and use of Trauma Informed language and principles
  • Knowledge of managed health care principles
  • Knowledge of impact of generational poverty and other social determinants of health on clients’ ability to develop and follow self-care goals to improve health outcomes
  • HRS (Trans Health): will have specific knowledge of specific needs of gender affirming care, resources available to this population and an understanding of unique needs of the transgender experienceSkills
  • Demonstrated skill in word processing and computer skills and ability to learn new technological means of communication and various data bases
  • Excellent time management skills and attention to details to maintain focus and meet case load expectations are essential to this position
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Employees in this position are subject to drug screening, as well as a physical and vaccination assessment
Abilities
  • Ability to exercise sound clinical judgment, independent analysis and critical thinking skills and knowledge of medical and behavioral health conditions when identifying clients’ multidisciplinary needs, developing health goals and communicating with providers
  • Ability to ensure and respect clients’ rights to self-determination and choices in health care
  • Ability to implement health promotion activities with clients by setting and reviewing health improvement goals
  • Ability to teach positive communication and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to coordinate with health plans and providers to ensure consideration is given to unique clients’ needs in care planning
  • Ability to establish effective collaborative working relationships with state, county, and community agencies that provide services
  • Ability to work with clients from various cultural and ethnic backgrounds demonstrating cultural knowledge and sensitivity to populations being served
  • Ability to adapt to fast paced environment and demonstrated flexibility in operating in different work settings communicating with specialists from various educational backgrounds
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and be self-motivated by seeking input from peers and supervisors when in doubt
Education and/or Experience
Required:
  • Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology, Social Work, Marriage and Family Counseling, or related clinical field
  • Minimum 2 years’ experience in behavioral health, care management, and care coordination and/or social servicesValid driver’s license, acceptable driving record, and automobile liability coverage or access to an insured vehicle
Preferred:
  • Experience working with Oregon Health Plan members, utilization of motivational interviewing and trauma informed care
  • Specialized training in Evidence Based Practices providing behavioral changes
  • Experience working with diverse populations that have experienced obstacles and barriers associated with marginalization either in mental health and/or addictions work
If you receive an offer of employment for this position, it is contingent on the satisfactory completion of a pre-employment background check, clinical health exam, and drug screen. CareOregon is a federal contractor and must comply with all federal laws.

To apply visit www.careoregon.org/careers and search for Health Resilience Specialist (requisition 20087) in our careers portal. If you have any difficulty submitting your resume through the online process, please let us know by emailing [email protected].

Closing Date:

05/13/2022

Adult Outpatient Supervisor - Behavioral Health

Job Type:
Full Time

Agency:
Lane County

Department:
Behavioral Health

Location:
Eugene, OR

Position Description:
Lane County Behavior Health is looking for a dynamic individual to join our behavioral health leadership team. This skilled individual provides management and oversight of Adult Outpatient services through clinical and administrative supervision of staff, participation in program development and maintenance, and collaborating with community partners.

This person will supervise an adult outpatient team along with our Access team. Duties include facilitation of team meetings, group and individual supervision, and interacting with individuals with whom we provide services. Specific program duties include planning, over site and/or supervising behavioral health projects. Additionally, through the Access Team, this role manages entry to care for all adult patient teams. The person in this role will work with a team of clinic supervisors and the Clinical Services Manager to support behavioral health initiatives like developing an integrated, recovery-oriented approach to whole-person healthcare, and other duties as assigned.

Lane County Behavioral Health is looking for dedicated individuals who are focused on solutions, with a passion to serve and who are driven to connect. This position requires an active Oregon Health License as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Psychologist or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.

About the Division

Lane County Behavioral Health provides services to more than 1,600 individuals with behavioral health conditions. We work with community partners to provide a continuum of care from prevention through treatment and aftercare in an environment that promotes a culture of resilience and recovery.

Schedule: Monday – Friday; 8:00am – 5:00pm

Duties & Responsibilities:
QUALIFICATIONS

Training: 

Bachelor's Degree in a related field

Experience:

Four years of professional experience directly related to area assigned, including lead or supervisory experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above.

*Some positions may require a Master's Degree or Medical Doctorate specific to area assigned

*Studies have shown that women and BIPOC individuals are less likely to apply for jobs unless they believe they are able to perform every task in the job description. We are most interested in finding the best candidate for the job, and that candidate may be one who comes from a less traditional background. The county will consider any equivalent combination of knowledge, skills, education, and experience to meet minimum qualifications. If you are interested in applying, we encourage you to think broadly about your background and skill set for the role.

Special Requirements:

Oregon Health Licensure required: Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Psychologist or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist NPI Transcripts Diploma CV or Resume

We are seeking licensed candidates with a Master's degree in Behavioral Health AND 2 years of professional level supervisory experience, which includes evaluative, analytical and planning work in a Behavioral Health treatment setting.

Experience overseeing and implementing treatment service and delivery; Experience facilitating complex information with community partners, such as Mental Health Courts, Acute Care/State hospitals, Jails, Parole and probation and correctional facilities; Experience demonstrating technical knowledge relating to Behavioral health treatment systems and programs to include research-based and effective treatment services; Experience managing systems and/or organizational development; Experience developing communication plans to maintain positive relationships with public and private entities; Experience in advancing health equity, addressing systemic health disparities and collaborating with diverse, vulnerable and underrepresented populations.

Notes:

This position is subject to a full criminal offender information record check. If fingerprinting is required, the fee is paid for by the successful candidate and the expense is non-reimbursable. Offers of employment are contingent upon consenting to and successfully passing a drug screening test; negative results are reimbursable. Please note that as part of the screening process Lane County will verify license and certification status.

In accordance with county policy, the incumbent of this position is required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, or have an approved medical or religious exception, prior to starting work.

Equal Employment Opportunity

Lane County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We value diversity, equity, and inclusion as essential elements that create and foster a welcoming workplace. All qualified persons will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, political affiliation, disability or any other factor unrelated to the essential functions of the job.

Link to position description:
https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/lanecountyor/jobs/3498071/adult-outpatient-supervisor-behavioral-health?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Closing Date:
05/16/2022

Community Health Nurse 2 Bilingual

Job Type:
Full Time

Agency:
Lane County HHS

Department:
Public Health

Location:
Eugene, OR

Position Description:
This position will provide direct patient services (clinic and community based) related to immunizations, STI and TB clinics and management, and epidemiological work (phone and computer based) on reportable illness and communicable disease outbreaks. The team provides peer support through team meetings, trainings and work together to implement prevention strategies. This position will provide community based services through a mobile outreach team. The Lane County Public Health Communicable Disease division controls the spread of communicable diseases education and treatment. The Community Health Nurse 2 will provide a variety of professional population-focused community and public health nursing services in health promotion, prevention, and disease control programs; and to perform related duties as assigned.

About the Division

The Lane County Public Health (LCPH) Communicable Disease section serves to prevent and control the spread of communicable diseases through investigation, providing immunizations, education and treatment.

Schedule: Monday - Friday; 8:00am - 5:00pm

Equal Employment Opportunity

Lane County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We value diversity, equity, and inclusion as essential elements that create and foster a welcoming workplace. All qualified persons will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, political affiliation, disability or any other factor unrelated to the essential functions of the job.

Duties & Responsibilities:
QUALIFICATIONS

Experience and Training:

Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from an accredited college or university.

An equivalent combination of experience and training that will demonstrate the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying.

Studies have shown that women and BIPOC individuals are less likely to apply for jobs unless they believe they are able to perform every task in the job description. We are most interested in finding the best candidate for the job, and that candidate may be one who comes from a less traditional background. The county will consider any equivalent combination of knowledge, skills, education, and experience to meet minimum qualifications. If you are interested in applying, we encourage you to think broadly about your background and skill set for the role.

Special Requirements:

  • Degree in Nursing from an accredited college or university
  • Possession of a current State of Oregon Registered Nurse license at time of appointment.
  • National Provider Number (NPI)
  • CPR/BLS
Qualifications
  • Utilizing independent judgment, assesses, plans and evaluates individual, family and community health needs.
  • Plans and implements general public or community health nursing services in an assigned geographic area of responsibility or special program. Plans and directs clinics or special programs with clinics.
  • Arranges or conducts health classes or group meetings with teachers, school nurses, parents, industrial groups, and expectant parents. Performs home or office visits, explaining basic concepts of prevention of disease and promotion of physical and mental health.
  • Assists families in understanding health needs and methods of meeting needs through education, direct service and referral to appropriate health resources. Plans and exchanges information with physicians and other health workers for more effective care of the individual patient.
  • Organizes and coordinates the development of community organization and planning for health services with community groups. Schedules visits with school administrators and teachers in a district and assists them in identifying health problems and interpreting medical reports and recommendations. Confers with pupils, teachers, administrators, school nurses, parents, and physicians on specific health problems. Participates in conferences with other disciplines and agencies to coordinate services and plan joint action.
  • Maintains records for nursing services to families, schools and clinics and makes reports as required. Organizes, trains and supervises volunteer workers. Provides public and community health nursing services in special settings such as hospital coordination, disease investigations and mental health and drug programs.
  • Dispenses medication under standing orders of a physician, and supervises and monitors its effects on a patient. Collects laboratory samples and interprets their results where applicable. Experience and Training
Notes:
As part of the screening process, Lane County will verify licensure status. This position is subject to a full criminal offender information record check. If fingerprinting is required, the fee is paid for by the successful candidate and the expense is non-reimbursable. Offers of employment are contingent upon consenting to and successfully passing a drug screening test; negative results are reimbursable.
In accordance with county policy, the incumbent of this position is required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, or have an approved medical or religious exception, prior to starting work.
BILINGUAL "B"Bilingual designation is an adjunct classification.
Language - Spanish
DEFINITION:
To assist in providing bilingual communication with Limited English Proficient (LEP) persons. Individuals in these classifications do more than self-identify; they have successfully passed a test demonstrating proficiency in both English and the other language administered by the County. The need for the use of the second language in the performance of job duties in this classification has been identified.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
In addition to the regular knowledge, skills, and abilities required of the employee's main classification, the bilingual duties of this adjunct classification may include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Interpreting between English speakers and LEP persons.
  • Orally translating documents
  • Providing oral assistance
  • Providing written assistance, including some written document translation
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Knowledge of: Both languages, demonstrating the ability to convey information in both languages quickly and accurately.
  • Ability to:
    • Communicate clearly and concisely.
    • Maintain confidentiality of communications.
EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING:
An equivalent combination of experience and training or demonstrated abilities qualifying the employee or applicant to perform the duties described herein. These skills and abilities may be acquired in various ways; i.e., education and/or bilingual or bicultural experiences.

Link to position description:
https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/lanecountyor/jobs/3506228/community-health-nurse-2-bilingual?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Closing Date:
05/16/2022

Medical Assistant 2

Job Type:
Full Time

Agency:
Lane County

Department:
Community Health Centers

Location:
Riverstone Clinic - Springfield, OR 97477

Position Description:
Do you have a passion and dedication to caring and advocating for your community and our patients? Do you find yourself energized and engaged when working in an evolving and challenging environment with a focus on continuous improvement? If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you to join a talented and passionate team!

The Medical Assistant position will include the following: rooming patients, vital signs, point of care testing, collecting and packaging lab specimens, phlebotomy, vaccine administration, documenting and ordering labs in EMR, drug assistance applications, prior authorization applications and supporting provider with procedures.

At Lane County Health & Human Services, we believe healthy people are the foundation of healthy communities. The Community Health Centers of Lane County provide affordable primary care for the whole family – infants, children, adolescents, adults, and seniors – as well as integrated behavioral health, alternative services such as acupuncture, and preventative dental services. At Community Health Centers, we focus on integrated care that values the whole person. Our services encompass not only treatment and prevention of illness, but also health education and behavioral health services.

At Lane County Community Health Centers we have adopted a model of primary care called Patient Centered Medical Home. Our services are organized around care teams who work collaboratively to support our patients. Our integrated care teams include primary care providers, nurses, medical assistants, patient care coordinators and behavioral health specialists. This model of primary care prioritizes the patient, who has increased access to other services beyond general medical care at our clinics. Our care teams also help patients reach their optimal health status by addressing social determinants of health barriers to care such as transportation, food insecurity, or housing.

*Upon hire candidate will be assigned to one of our five clinics within the Eugene/Springfield area.

About the Division

The Community Health Centers have been providing quality primary care and behavioral health services to the citizens of Lane County since 2004. We provide a broad array of services to adults and children in an outpatient setting. The CHC is the primary source for uninsured and underinsured. Our clinics are Federally Qualified Health Centers whose mission is to serve the community by offering excellent care and eliminating barriers to healthcare. Schedule: Monday - Friday; 8:00am - 5:00pm

Duties & Responsibilities:
QUALIFICATIONS

Training: Graduation from high school or equivalent; and Graduation from an accredited Medical Office Assistant or Medical Assistant program

Experience:

  • One year of Medical Assistant experience
  • .Any combination of experience and training that provides the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying.
Special Requirements:
  • Current certification through a nationally recognized Medical Assistant certification program.
  • ValidPhoto ID must be presented at the"Letter of Hire" meeting
  • Diploma (copy of original is fine)
  • CPR/BLS
  • Note date of birth and social security number when submitting credentialing documents
Notes: This position is subject to a full criminal offender information record check. If fingerprinting is required, the fee is paid for by the successful candidate and the expense is non-reimbursable. Offers of employment are contingent upon consenting to and successfully passing a drug screening test; negative results are reimbursable. Please note that as part of the screening process Lane County will verify license and certification status.
In accordance with county policy, the incumbent of this position is required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, or have an approved medical or religious exception, prior to starting work.
Equal Employment Opportunity
Lane County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We value diversity, equity, and inclusion as essential elements that create and foster a welcoming workplace. All qualified persons will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, political affiliation, disability or any other factor unrelated to the essential functions of the job.

Link to position description:
https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/lanecountyor/jobs/3506106/medical-assistant-2?page=3&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Closing Date:
05/16/2022

Medical Director

Job Type:
Full Time

Agency:
Lane County

Department:
Lane Treatment Center

Location:
Eugene, OR

Position Description:
The Lane County Treatment Center is seeking an experienced, board certified physician to oversee our Medication Assisted Treatment Programs, which include an opioid treatment program (OTP) and an office based opioid treatment (OBOT) clinic, both located in Eugene, Oregon. This is a full time position (flexible from roughly 32 to 40 hours) within Lane County government. The Medical Director is responsible for the oversight of the OTP and OBOT programs, including supervision of providers. In addition, the Medical Director provides direct care to patients and ensures services comply with both internal and external standards established by regulatory agencies. Join us in a career dedicated to saving lives, fostering hope, strengthening families, and empowering our community!

About the Division

The Lane County Treatment Center Program uses a holistic model of treatment that embraces traditional abstinence based recovery as well as harm reduction principles. We have a small, but dedicated team who provides medically supervised methadone maintenance to help program participants reduce and ultimately end the use of heroin and other opioid drugs.

Duties & Responsibilities:
Medical Director Qualifications:

  • Physician licensed to practice medicine in the State of Oregon whose license enables the ordering, dispensing, and administration of opioid agonist medications. DATA 2000 Waiver, three or more years of experience preferred.
  • Board Certified in their primary medical specialty and in addiction medicine OR addiction psychiatry.
  • Fellowship training is preferred, practice pathway acceptable.
  • In good standing with the Oregon Medical Board.
  • Three or more years of experience diagnosing and treating patients in a MAT environment, including experience with face-to-face treatment and interventions.
  • Two or more years of supervisory experience with medical staff and support staff strongly preferred and ideally, leading an addiction medicine program.
  • Experience and knowledge of Federal & State regulations relative to outpatient opioid treatment.
Special Requirements:
  • DEA Certificate & Oregon Medical License
  • DATA WaiverCV or ResumeDiploma(s)NPICPR/BLS by time of hire
  • Immunization records within 10 days of hire
  • Licensing Requirements: (positions in this class may require):Oregon Driver's License
  • Licensure or certification related to the area assigned.
Studies have shown that women and BIPOC individuals are less likely to apply for jobs unless they believe they are able to perform every task in the job description. We are most interested in finding the best candidate for the job, and that candidate may be one who comes from a less traditional background. The county will consider any equivalent combination of knowledge, skills, education, and experience to meet minimum qualifications. If you are interested in applying, we encourage you to think broadly about your background and skill set for the role.
Notes:
This position is subject to a full criminal offender information record check. If fingerprinting is required, the fee is paid for by the successful candidate and the expense is non-reimbursable. Offers of employment are contingent upon consenting to, and successfully passing, a drug screening test; negative results are reimbursable. Please note that as part of the screening process Lane County will verify license and certification status.
In accordance with state law, the incumbent of this position is required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, or have an approved medical or religious exception, prior to starting work.
Lane County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We value diversity, equity, and inclusion as essential elements that create and foster a welcoming workplace. All qualified persons will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, political affiliation, disability or any other factor unrelated to the essential functions of the job.

Link to position description:
https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/lanecountyor/jobs/3390279/medical-director?page=3&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Closing Date:
05/16/2022

Public Health Nurse 2 - Clinical Preventive Services

Job Type:
Nurse

Agency:
Marion County, Oregon

Department:
Health and Human Services

Location:
Salem, Oregon

Position Description:
Are you interesting in making an impact on health equity needs related to immunizations, sexual transmitted disease and tuberculosis prevention? Marion County Health and Human services (MCHHS) is seeking a qualified RN to provide clinic services in clinic as well as outreach settings with our mobile van. Do you enjoy providing a mix of clinical preventive services to people of many ages, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds? Is providing outreach services to at-risk populations in Marion County communities something that piques your interest? Are you an excellent communicator who is committed to lifelong learning? If you have a passion for Public Health and want an interesting job that involves working with diverse populations and community groups, this is the job for you.

Marion County Health & Human Services strives to create a safe and welcoming community where all people can access high quality health and human services, and are supported to achieve their highest level of health. The Public Health Division works collaboratively with our community to promote and protect the health of the public and to achieve health equity through prevention, education, and advocacy.

Duties & Responsibilities:
General Responsibilities:

  • Provides direct service to clients needing services, including administration of injections
  • Follows the policies and procedures specific to the services provided
  • Provides health information and education relevant to the services sought by the individual, per policy
  • Provide timely, accurate & complete documentation and billing of services
  • Obtains and transports supplies from refrigerator/freezer, overhead cabinets and other storage areas.
  • Greets client in waiting area, escorts to clinic service area and back to cashier.
  • Documents services provided accurately and completely at the time of service
  • Checks and records refrigerator and freezer temperatures each AM and PM and informs Supervisor and/or coordinator of temperature falling outside the range.
  • Participates in development and review of policies and procedures
  • Review and provide feedback to Health Officer regarding standing orders.
  • Participates in returning client calls, signing off on returned labs, follow-up of positive labs, weekly chart audits, drug counts, etc.
  • Attends team meetings, participates in, supports, and may lead QI efforts
  • Drives to community sites to provide services and attend meetings and training

Link to position description:
https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/marion

Closing Date:
05/16/2022

Public Health Nurse 2 - PH Clinic Immunizations & Clinic Support - Temporary

Job Type:
Temporary

Agency:
Marion County, Oregon

Department:
Health and Human Services

Location:
Salem, Oregon

Position Description:
Marion County is recruiting for a part-time, temp Immunizations nurse. This temp position is to fill a community need of helping children catch up on childhood vaccinations. COVID has put a strain on capacity in our county for children to receive protection from vaccine preventable diseases. The position also helps support Public Health Clinic services and may help with planning community events. If you are a compassionate nurse with immunization experience searching for a flexible position that serves the community, our families and children, please apply.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Follows the policies and procedures specific to the services provided
  • Provides health information and education relevant to the services sought by the individual, per policy Provide timely, accurate & complete documentation and billing of services Gives immunizations, injections, and skin tests to clients. Reads Tuberculosis (TB) skin tests and makes appropriate referrals
  • Greets client in waiting area, escorts to shot administration area and back to cashier.
  • Interviews clients to secure medical history, reviews, and evaluates immunization records, forecasts immunizations needed and identifies possible contraindications to immunization. Communicates effectively with clients about recommended vaccines, and utilizes motivational interviewing technique as appropriate.
  • Documents vaccines given/not given on paper and/or computer using correct vaccine and eligibility codes and assures correct forms are completed and given to Immunization Clerk
  • Educates clients in person and by telephone about vaccines and management of side effects.
  • Helps assess if family needs other resources such as smoking cessation or food bank. Obtains and transports supplies from refrigerator/freezer, overhead cabinets and other storage areas.
  • Maintains understanding of current vaccination policies and practices. Receives vaccine shipments. Stores vaccine appropriately. Monitors/records refrigerator and freezer temps. Helps maintain vaccine and code blue bag inventory.
  • Provides immunizations at offsite clinics, and assists with set-up and take down.
  • Responds to emergencies requiring first aid and/or CPR
  • Provides information and technical assistance to other health care providers and staff from other service areas.
  • May assist with planning and/or developing materials for community vaccine events.
  • May assist other Clinical Preventive Services functions.
  • May assist in assuring emergency equipment and supplies are available and not outdated. May assist in policy development. May assist in immunization promotion activities such as visits to medical providers or information booths at community health fairs.
  • Performs other job duties as assigned.
  • Response Level 2: In the event of an emergency, employee makes a reasonable effort to report to work. Employee may be required to perform duties outside of their regularly assigned duties. Employee may be requested to work an extended or flexible schedule. Staff at this response level must complete Incident Command System 100 and 700 on-line or in-person training.

Link to position description:
https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/marion

Closing Date:
05/16/2022

Public Health Nurse 2 - Maternal Child Health Services

Job Type:
Nurse

Agency:
Marion County, Oregon

Department:
Health and Human Services

Location:
Salem, Oregon

Position Description:
Marion County Health and Human Services is in search of a Public Health Nurse dedicated to providing high quality home visit services to postpartum women and newborns. We are searching for a nurse who understands the needs of the families we serve and is passionate about guiding them to achieve their optimal level of well-being.

Duties & Responsibilities:
The Family Connects model is an evidence-based program that connects parents of newborns to the community resources they need through postpartum nurse home visits. A Family Connects home visiting nurse provides home visiting to families with newborns. The goal is to support and assess family needs in 12 domains of physical and psychosocial well-being and facilitate referrals and connections to community agencies to support families in these areas. Follow the Family Connects home-visiting and scheduling protocol

  • Provide a health and physical assessment of mother and baby in the home to determine well-being. Assess family needs in 12 domains of physical and psychosocial well-being, including depression, substance abuse, and domestic violence. Exercise clinical skills in appraising situations and making decisions.
  • Establish a trusting relationship with families during in-home visits and engage the family to establish a family support plan with goals, objectives, and activities that address family strengths and needs.
  • Work with team to ensure appropriate referrals and connections to community resources as needed.
  • Work in a team to assist parents in making and attending appointments for doctors, social service agencies, etc. Act as a liaison between families and other community agencies, serving as family advocate as needed.
  • Apply working knowledge of parent-child interaction, maternal child health, child development, and child abuse/neglect to help families improve parenting skills, increase parenting supports, and reduce stress.
  • Maintain eight open visit slots and conduct and document at least six home visits per week. Documentation should be completed within 24 hours of the encounter.
  • Work cooperatively as an active member of the Family Connects team by attending weekly team meetings, clinical supervision, staff meetings, and other meetings as required
  • Perform other job duties as assigned by the supervisor.
  • Response Level 2: In the event of an emergency, employee makes a reasonable effort to report to work. Employee may be required to perform duties outside of their regularly assigned duties. Employee may be requested to work an extended or flexible schedule. Staff at this response level must complete Incident Command System 100 and 700 on-line or in-person training.

Link to position description:
https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/marion

Closing Date:
05/16/2022

Public Health Nurse II

Agency:
Polk County

Department:
Public Health

Location:
Dallas, OR

Position Description:
Provides comprehensive nursing assessments, develops intervention strategies, and provides nursing services to individuals, families, groups, and communities; provides case management for high-risk clients.

Duties & Responsibilities:
May perform any of the duties of the Public Health Nurse 1, but distinguished by a primary focus on the duties listed below.

  • Responsible for a defined program, or service area in carrying out prevention, intervention and services for identified health concerns of individuals, families, communities, and or schools.
  • Solicits, initiates and promotes activities that maintain the health of individuals and families, through teaching, counseling, and appropriate preventive and wellness measures.
  • Performs comprehensive holistic assessments, including assessing the needs of individuals, families, and communities.
  • Determines nursing diagnosis through use of screening and assessment.
  • Interprets health-related information to families, enabling them to integrate this information into their daily lives. Identifies community resources and services available to assist families to meet individual needs.
  • Develops and implements comprehensive plans of care, to include such intervention strategies as:
    • Education focused on health promotion and disease prevention.
    • Counseling, coaching and supporting the individual or family to reach mutually identified goals.
    • Case management activities which assist the family is accessing and utilizing available services.
    • Family advocacy which includes a family centered, holistic approach to the management of complex care.
    • Evaluation and redevelopment of the nursing plan to determine the effectiveness of the intervention strategies.
PROGRAMS:
The Public Health Nurse II will support one or more of the following programs:
  • Communicable disease: investigate reportable communicable diseases through telephone case interviews, contact tracing; act as a consultant for outbreaks in congregate facilities, education, prevention strategies
  • Clinical services
    • reproductive health/STI: utilize standing orders and protocols to provide STI screening, treatment and education for clients; utilize standing orders and protocols to provide birth control options for clients, client education and referralsoImmunizations: utilize standing orders to provide immunizations to clients, client education and referrals
    • Home visiting programs:
      • Babies First!: case management and care coordination for pregnant women and infants/children ages 0-5 with social risk factors
      • CaCoon: case management and care coordination for children with special healthcare needs age’s birth through age II0.
      • Universal Home Visiting Program: RN assessment of infant/mother dyad during first month postpartum, client education, care coordination
    • Performs related duties as required.

Link to position description:
co.polk.or.us

Closing Date:
05/16/2022

Public Health Nurse 2 - Communicable Disease Control

Job Type:
Full-Time

Agency:
Marion County, Oregon

Department:
Health and Human Services

Location:
Salem, Oregon

Position Description:
Marion County Health and Human Services is in search of a Public Health Nurse to join its Public Health Communicable Disease team. The Public Health Division’s mission is to work collaboratively with our community partners to promote and protect the health of the public. The ideal candidate will enjoy serving a diverse client population in a busy setting to assure that Marion County residents are protected from communicable diseases, including sexually transmitted infections.Have you experienced working in a fast-paced setting as a critical part of a committed team of health professionals and do you enjoy working towards a vison of, “A thriving community where all can live healthy and purposeful lives?” Are you an excellent communicator who is committed to lifelong learning?

Duties & Responsibilities:
The nurse in this position provides services across the spectrum of communicable disease investigation. Share in General Program Duties with Communicable Disease (CD) team Coordinator:

  • Participates and/or provides leadership to a variety of activities not limited to the following:
    • Develop and/or contribute to team meeting agenda, policies and procedures and other documents.
    • Review and provide feedback to Health Officer regarding standing orders.
    • Provide services to and communication with community partners, e.g. homeless shelters, school nurses and information and technical assistance to healthcare providers.
    • Communicate client and program issues to the Coordinator and/or Program Supervisor.
    • Participate in planning, implementation and evaluation of CD program activities.
    • Participates in and may provide evaluation and monitoring of CD program services and activities including quality improvement initiatives and program performance management measurement and tracking.
    • Provide Direct Communicable Disease Client and/or Employee Services
    • Demonstrates flexibility in adapting as program and/or service needs change. Works to prevent and control the spread of communicable disease through provision of services to individuals, families, groups, and communities including investigation, control, and case management activities and provision of nursing leadership to the program paraprofessionals. Related duties include but are not limited to:
      • Participates in communicable disease surveillance and service activities including, but not limited to reportable communicable diseases and outbreak response.
    • Provides investigation and follow-up of reportable conditions and communicable diseases according or Oregon Communicable Disease Guidelines and reporting requirements.
    • Encourages and provides means for reporting, monitoring, investigating, and controlling communicable diseases and other health hazards through coordinated population based environmental and individual medical interventions.
    • Identifies need and makes appropriate timely referrals.
    • Provides sexually transmitted infection (STI) services including case management, contact follow-up and investigation and may also provide back-up to STI clinic nurse, including phlebotomy.
    • Performs accurate and timely documentation in Orpheus database.
    • Provides services to non-English speaking clients via telephonic or in-person interpreter.
    • May attend outreach events to targeted population.
    • May work in the field to locate clients for interview or referral for treatment.
    • May provide nursing assistance in STD clinic.
    • Is a Professional/Technical Resource to Others
    • Provides information and referral services to clients, professional providers, and the public.
    • Provides consultation to co-workers on client work related communicable disease concerns.
    • Seeks and incorporates target audience input into educational materials and pamphlets.
    • May provide consultation to health facilities via telephone or on site.

Link to position description:
https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/marion

Closing Date:
05/16/2022

Program Manager - Analytics and Policy

Agency:
Providence

Department:
Center for Outcomes Research and Education (CORE)

Location:
Portland, OR - remote

Position Description:
CORE is seeking a Program Manager to develop and lead technical assistance or capacity-building projects broadly related to data strategy. The Program Manager is a high-level contributor to CORE's portfolio of work, responsible for building and maintaining partnerships, leading project teams, developing new work through proposal and grant writing, and designing and implementing projects for clients including health systems, community-based organizations, foundations, and multi-sector collaboratives. We are seeking candidates with experience helping groups to acquire, manage, use, and share data to achieve their goals. The ideal candidate will bring content expertise related to health equity, health care data and metrics, social determinants of health, and/or community-clinical linkages and will be comfortable developing and leading projects that can involve a range of different approaches including: capacity building; data systems, program, and/or strategy design; policy analysis; and monitoring & evaluation.In addition, you will be providing leadership and deep content expertise for health policy, health systems transformation, population health, health informatics, and data strategy programs. This position provides independent analysis, expert advice, and recommendations to CORE leadership, community partners, and clients on complex issues and projects. Provides analytical and strategic leadership, including leading multi-functional internal and/or external teams, providing direction and guidance to ensure the overall success of programs and initiatives. With minimal or no direction, the Program Manager is responsible for developing and maintaining partnerships and strategic relationships, and overseeing a portfolio of work related to health data, analytics, and policy.

Duties & Responsibilities:
In this position you will have the following responsibilities:

  • Engage cross-sector partners and maintain community, policy, government, health system, research, and other industry-based relationships to support the strategic vision of CORE
  • Lead projects: gather and communicate business requirements, develop and oversee budgets and timelines, coordinate project teams, develop and implement work plans, ensure compliance with regulatory requirements, monitor progress, and ensure delivery of products
  • Provide technical assistance, subject matter expertise, and consultation to internal CORE staff, clients, and other stakeholders in the areas of health policy, health transformation, data sharing, analytics, data display and visualization, measurement and metrics, program development, evaluation, and data communication
  • Lead cross-functional teams to design, plan, implement, and maintain systems to collect, analyze, and report data to inform decision-making, evaluation, continuous improvement, and shared learning
  • Develop strategic and policy recommendations
  • Develop proposals, contracts, and data sharing agreements
  • Provide oversight, planning, and implementation of certain CORE program and contract activities by developing and monitoring budgets, date use agreements and effective communications with all internal and external stakeholders
  • Prepare timely and accurate progress reporting to team members and external partners, including federal, state and private entities

Link to position description:
https://bit.ly/3KWswhl

Closing Date:
05/20/2022

Membership Manager

Agency:
Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility

Location:
Portland, Oregon

Position Description:
Position Summary: The Membership Manager will work closely with the staff and board to support and grow our membership of health professional donors and volunteers. This is a new position intended to grow the capacity and effectiveness of the organization to fulfill its mission by increasing its membership of health professional donors and volunteers across Oregon.

Duties & Responsibilities:
Major Responsibilities:

  • Develop and execute a plan to sustain and grow the organization’s base of health professional members, including recruiting new major donors, monthly donors, and legacy donors
  • Engage current donors to deepen their relationship with the organization
  • Connect members with opportunities to volunteer with the organization
  • Organize fundraising and volunteer events that attract new members and strengthen current members’ involvement
  • Reach out to underrepresented health professional populations including those who identify as Black, Indigenous and people of color; students and early career; and rural/outside Portland metro area health professionals to diversify and strengthen our statewide membership
  • Represent Oregon PSR at events, including outreach activities, fundraisers, and presentations
  • Cultivate relationships and strategic partnerships with health clinics and hospitals, health professional societies, and universities.
  • Participate in organization-wide Justice, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (JEDI) efforts and incorporate JEDI values into membership recruitment and stewardship
  • Foster an organizational culture of philanthropy by training and engaging other staff, board, and advisory board members to support donor cultivation
  • Manage donor solicitations by mail, email, and social media
  • Support the Executive Director in researching and developing foundation and institutional funding sources for the organization

Link to position description:
https://www.oregonpsr.org/membership_manager

Closing Date:
05/20/2022

Deputy Director of Behavioral Health

Job Type:
Director

Agency:
Benton County

Department:
Health Services

Location:
Corvallis, OR

Position Description:
Job Summary

Administer, plan, direct, and evaluate programs and functions of the Behavioral Health Division of the Benton County Health Department in an integrated setting including public health and primary care, under general direction from the Health Department Director. This position is responsible for the coordination, integration, assessment, and quality delivery of person-centered services. Plan and develop high performing innovative systems in an environment of rapid health care transformation. Serve as Behavioral Health Director as identified for Community Mental Health Programming in accordance with Oregon Administrative Rule (OAR) 309-014-0020.

Minimum Qualifications

The following minimum qualifications are required for this position:

Master's degree from an accredited college or university in Behavioral Health, Social, Health, Health Science, Special Education, Public Administration or Human Services Administration;

AND

5 years of professional experience in Human Services

Programs

Two of which are in Community Mental Health; and

Two of which are in Program Management in Human Services; and

Three of which are managerial or supervisory experience

Supervisory experience includes the authority to hire, terminate, assign, reward and discipline other employees

Ideal Candidate

  • Experience working with multidisciplinary teams and supervision of staff at multiple professional levels.
  • Knowledge and experience with compliance of Oregon Administrative Rules and Oregon Revised Statutes.
  • Knowledge and training on evidence-based practices as they apply to work with individuals with severe and persistent mental illness.

Link to position description:
https://www.co.benton.or.us/sites/default/files/fileattachments/human_resources/page/4844/22-00062_deputy_director_of_behavioral_health.pdf

Closing Date:
05/31/2022

ACT QMHP

Agency:
Benton County

Department:
Health Services

Location:
Corvallis, OR

Position Description:
About the ACT Team

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) aims to provide an intensive, highly integrated, community-based service that is provided by a multidisciplinary team of professionals. The targeted population is individuals who have a serious mental illness who often have a co-occurring diagnosis of substance use disorder that impair their capability to live in the community. These are individuals who do not typically come into a clinic setting for traditional treatment. The ACT Team takes the treatment service to them in their homes, shelters, sidewalks, etc.

Job Summary

The Benton County Health Department is seeking a Qualified Mental Health Professional (ACT-Adult Specialist) to join the ACT Team. We proudly serve all Benton County residents regardless of race, ethnicity, immigration status, gender, or sexual orientation, and regardless of ability to pay for services.

This role provides a broad range of social services to a mixed caseload of individuals with serious mental illness and co-occurring substance disorders. Services are offered in individual and group settings, utilizing evidence-based clinical practices, trauma informed and skills that are in compliance with program standards. The QMHP participates in treatment team planning and performs crisis intervention. The majority of services will be provided in a community setting. If you like to be able to get out of the office, and have the flexibility to work with clients in a less traditional but effective ways, this may be a position for you. Strong communication skills and a desire to work with colleagues are highly valued and needed.

Link to position description:

https://www.co.benton.or.us/sites/default/files/fileattachments/human_resources/page/4844/act_qmhp.pdf

Closing Date:
05/31/2022

Director, Value Based Contracting - $2,000 Sign On Bonus

Job Type:
Director

Agency:
Health Insurance

Location:
Portland, OR

Position Description:
To apply visit www.careoregon.org/careers and search for req 19687 in our careers portal. If you have any difficulty submitting your resume through the online process, please let us know by emailing [email protected] General Statement of Duties: The Director, Value Based Contracting is responsible for leading the execution of provider contracting strategy and activity across the organization. The majority of time is focused on business group oversight, with secondary time on enterprise-wide engagement. Primary duties include technical and operational planning and oversight, as well as resource, relationship, and people management. This position provides input into strategic plans for the broader organization.

Duties & Responsibilities:
Education and/or Experience

Required:

  • Minimum 10 years’ progressively responsible experience in contracting and/or provider network systems
  • Minimum 4 years’ supervisory experience
Preferred:
  • Management experience in a managed care organization or practice setting
  • Value based contracting experience
  • Provider relations experience
CareOregon is among the top-rated nonprofits in Oregon, noted especially for our work/life flexibility. We offer competitive salaries and generous benefits.

Link to position description:
https://tinyurl.com/dn9bk6u2

Closing Date:
06/03/2022

Systems Innovation Project Manager

Agency:
OCCYSHN--Oregon Center for Children and Youth with Special Health Needs at Oregon Health & Science University

Department:
Institute for Development and Disability

Location:
Portland--The position is currently 100% remote and will include some amount of remote work long-term.

Position Description:
The Systems Innovation Project Manager will work with internal and external stakeholders to conceptualize, develop and implement projects or programs in support of children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN) and their families. The two bodies of work include 1) Developing and institutionalizing care coordination efforts across systems serving CYSHCN and 2) Developing the network of community health workers who support families and children

Duties & Responsibilities:
The ideal candidate will have the credentials and experience to develop and implement innovative strategies to strengthen the system of care for CYSHCN. They will have the ability to engage in systems thinking and to advance equity, diversity and inclusion. Other responsibilities include strong project development skills including project planning, project management, implementation oversight, liaising with external partners, and collaboration with internal partners; controlling project budgets and timelines; reporting; collaborating with OCCYSHN's Assessment and Evaluation unit; tracking policy; disseminating information; and educating stakeholders on the needs of CYSHCN and their families. For more detail, please see the full project description. A cover letter specific to the position is required.

Link to position description:
https://externalcareers-ohsu.icims.com/jobs/16479/research-project-manager---systems-and-workforce-systems-innovation-project-manager/job?mode=view&mobile=false&width=755&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-480&jun1offset=-420

Closing Date:
06/17/2022

Community Health Nurse 2 - Family Child Health

Job Type:
Home Visiting Nurse

Agency:
Lincoln County Health and Human Services

Department:
Public Health

Location:
Newport, OR Lincoln County

Position Description:
Your job in the department is to . . . Work in a community setting, providing quality nursing care in Public Health’s General Field program, this includes Babies First, CaCoon and Family Connects. Your job also involves . . .Responsibility for the health of pregnant and postpartum mothers and their babies in Lincoln County through home visiting services. The nurse will use the standards of practice for community health nurses and assigned program models as guidelines to practice.

Duties & Responsibilities:
Please see website posting for more details and to apply.

View full job details here 

Closing Date:
06/30/2022

EPIC SITE SPECIALIST

Agency:
Cascade AIDS Project

Location:
Portland, OR

Position Description:
Cascade AIDS Project (CAP) is the oldest and largest AIDS Service Organization (ASO) in Oregon and Southwest Washington, as well as a Federally Qualified Health Center (Look-A-Like) that provides the LGBTQ+ community and beyond with compassionate healthcare. CAP’s mission is to promote well-being and advance equity by providing inclusive health and wellness services for LGBTQ+ people, people affected by HIV, and all those seeking compassionate care. Learn more about us at www.capnw.org, www.prismhealth.org, and www.ourhouseofportland.org CAP cares about the safety of our team members and clients. As such, we require on-site staff to wear face masks for the duration of the COVID pandemic. Moreover, CAP is subject to state and federal mandates for COVID vaccinations for all healthcare and related employees. All new employees are required to provide proof of vaccination status to HR at the time of hire (unless a documented medical or religious exemption is requested and approved). Employees not subject to a state or federal vaccine mandate will be required to undergo regular testing for COVID 19 at no cost to the employee. CAP is excited to announce that we are currently hiring an experienced Epic Site Specialist. The Epic Site Specialist is the software expert for the OCHIN Epic Electronic Medical Record (EMR) at Prism Health, a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) Look-Alike that provides primary health care and mental health care for the LGBTQ+ community. The Epic Site Specialist will provide immediate end-user support and training to patient care teams and business process teams to facilitate acceptance, integration, and use of Epic and to ensure the maximum performance of the product. The position performs advanced application support, workflow integration, troubleshooting, and consulting on all related systems within OCHIN systems as well as EMR-peripherals. In collaboration with Prism leadership and clinical managers, the Epic Site Specialist coordinates clinical process redesign, system refinement, and implementation of new product updates. This full-time position reports to the Quality Manager. The position supports Prism’s SE Portland location and can be a hybrid of onsite and remote work, depending on the needs of the clinic. This is a non-management, union-represented position.

Duties & Responsibilities:
COMPENSATION: $56,574 annually, exempt

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Two years’ experience supporting Epic EMR (OCHIN Epic preferred) or other EMR systems.
  • Two years’ experience in a healthcare setting with demonstrated understanding of clinical practice preferred.
  • Associates degree. Bachelor’s degree in health information systems or related discipline preferred.
  • Experience working with ethnic, racial, economic, and sexually diverse populations and a strong understanding of issues relevant to People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA), gay/bi/trans men, and the LBGTQ+ community and how those issues affect or influence service delivery.
  • Desire and ability to engage in equity and inclusion initiatives and discussions in the workplace, including but not limited to engaging in training workshops, team and department meetings, and critical conversations for how CAP can better serve the communities that we serve.
  • Strong clinical workflow understanding.
  • Background and understanding of the medical record/EMR flow
  • Understanding of database fundamentals/architecture.
  • Strong project management skills.
  • Exceptional interpersonal, analytical, and problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to effectively work in a team environment.
  • Ability to communicate technical concepts to technical and non-technical audiences both in presentation format or one-one-training.
  • Proficiency with basic word processing and presentation applications (Microsoft office suite – Word, PowerPoint, Excel).
  • Assist with the setup and quality testing of Epic-integrated medical equipment.
  • Troubleshoot any equipment performance issues as it pertains to integration with the EMR to ensure optimal performance.
  • Organizational skills, including time management, scheduling, and flexibility, while maintaining professionalism and quality focus.
  • Active listener who is interested in being part of a collaborative and patient-centered team.
  • Demonstrated understanding of and commitment to the protection of patient information as stipulated under the Heath Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). Must be able to maintain individuals’ confidentiality.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Working knowledge of a clinician’s scope of practice (e.g., Nurse Practitioner versus Medical Assistant)Knowledge of medical clinic operations
  • Epic software certificationICD-9/ICD-10 coding systems preferred
  • Experience with vendor management or vendor collaboration preferred.
  • Flexible, adaptable and resourceful, with a willingness and ability to self-teach and learn quickly.
  • Lived experience of systemic oppression and non-dominant cultures. From Black, Indigenous, and other people of color, transgender, non-binary, and other LGBTQ+ people, and people with disabilities, including HIV.
  • Demonstrated commitment to advancing equity and inclusion in workplace or community settings.

HIPAA Certification Cascade AIDS Project is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

People of color, women, LGBTQ+ individuals, and people living with HIV are strongly encouraged to apply.

Link to position description:
https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?clientkey=DB9E831C38D9AC2CC60021C80714421C&job=75142

Closing Date:
07/04/2022

Clinic Operations & IT Coordinator

Agency:
Cascade AIDS Project

Location:
Portland, OR

Position Description:
CAP is excited to announce that we are currently hiring a Clinic Operations & IT Coordinator. This position is vital to the operational success of Prism Health in that its core function is to ensure all Prism IT and physical plant systems are working optimally. Under the direction of the Manager of Operations & IT Services (OHOP & Prism) and the Prism Director of Healthcare Operations, this position collaborates on and may provide coordination and oversight of planning, organizing, and directing various aspects of building maintenance and facility management.

This position provides support, updating, and training on existing IT infrastructure, applications, and platforms, and makes recommendations for new IT infrastructure, applications, and platforms that may increase efficiency, safety, revenue, or workforce or patient satisfaction. This position is part of CAP’s Operations & IT Services Department and works closely with that team to maintain the integration of CAP-supported IT systems. This position collaborates with the Manager of Operations & IT Services and the Deputy Director to ensure adherence to protocols and policies regarding operations, information technology, and risk reduction for physical-plant and operational functions for Prism Health. The nature of the work performed requires establishing and maintaining close cooperative working relationships with the Prism Medical Director, Clinic Manager(s), the Director of Healthcare Operations, and members of CAP’s supporting service departments. This individual will work at Prism Location. This is a full-time, exempt 1.0 FTE position, which reports to the Manager of Operations & IT Services (OHOP & Prism). Occasional evening and weekend work are required. This is a non-management, union-represented position.

Duties & Responsibilities:
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • At least one year of experience in a health clinic (community health clinic or FQHC preferred) or hospital setting; including experience with medical equipment maintenance activities in a healthcare setting
  • Ability to operate, assemble and disassemble relevant personal computing hardware (e.g., personal computers, software, printers, storage media).Demonstrated knowledge of standard software (e.g., word processing, graphics packages, spreadsheets/databases)Experience working with data and network security technologies
  • Active listener and demonstrated ability to communicate and collaborate effectively with a diverse group of stakeholders, including Operations & IT Services team members and colleagues in other departments
  • Knowledge and understanding of healthcare leadership/management principles and health center safety procedures and practices
  • Ability to work independently and be self-motivated while performing job requirements
  • Capacity to juggle multiple tasks and priorities; innate problem solver
  • Skilled in effective written and verbal communication
  • Familiarity with healthcare computer infrastructure, Electronic Medical Record (EMR) software, IT procedures, policies and organization, and HIPAA/HITECH Confidentiality Rules
  • Demonstrated commitment to providing impeccable customer service
  • Successful experience working with ethnic, racial, economic, and sexually diverse populations
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Authentic interest in Cascade AIDS Project’ mission and work
  • Desire and ability to engage in equity and inclusion initiatives and discussions in the workplace, including but not limited to: engaging in training workshops, team and department meetings, and critical conversations for how CAP can better serve the communities that we serve
PREFERRED (BUT NOT REQUIRED) QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Operations & Technology Management, Public Administration, Business Administration, or closely related field
  • Intermediate to advanced software knowledge in Excel, Access, Word, Outlook; and the ability to learn and adequately assist with Prism Health’s Electronic Health Record, billing, and reporting software (EPIC)Ability to use technological tools and business system applications to manage, synthesize, and interpret data relevant to workloads, responsibilities, problem identifications, and resolutions
  • Lived experience of systemic oppression and non-dominant cultures. We encourage applications from Black, Indigenous, and other people of color, transgender, non-binary, LGBTQ+ people, and people with disabilities, including HIV.
  • Demonstrated commitment to advancing equity and inclusion in workplace or community settings

Link to position description:
https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?clientkey=DB9E831C38D9AC2CC60021C80714421C&job=72632

Closing Date:
07/18/2022

Public Health AmeriCorps VISTA

Job Type:
Volunteer/national service

Agency:
Oregon Health Authority/AmeriCorps VISTA

Department:

Location:
Statewide

Position Description:
Our team serves in the areas of community wellness programs, behavioral health, chronic disease prevention, COVID-19 response, public health department accreditation, quality improvement processes, health equity, women’s and children’s health, and emergency preparedness. We are a statewide sponsoring organization for approximately 35 AmeriCorps VISTA members. We recruit twice per year for teams starting in April and August every year. Members serving on our team have exposure to statewide and local public health, team building with a large cohort, training and professional development opportunities, plus all the benefits from the federal AmeriCorps VISTA program like health care, child care, an education award, student loan forbearance, and noncompetitive eligibility status for federal jobs.

Duties & Responsibilities:
AmeriCorps VISTA positions lead anti-poverty public health initiatives in their agencies and communities. VISTA positions are capacity building and in a professional office environment, though most positions are remote. Members do community outreach, recruit and manage volunteers, review and write plans, social media, facilitate workgroups, and more.

Link to position description:
http://healthoregon.org/vista 

Closing Date:
07/22/2022


Internship Opportunities - Oregon Health Authority

Paid Marketing Internship

Agency:
VOXAPOD®

Location:
Portland, OR / Remote

Position Description:
Help develop on-brand and compelling visual and digital assets to attract our target market, expand impact, convert customers, and increase brand awareness. Including for but not limited to landing pages, website, marketing collateral, digital assets for advertising, social media, press release, email marketing design, and more.

Assist in creating a video/social strategy that educates our customers and broadens our collective impact via Instagram Reels, TikTok, YouTube, and Website. Support and work with the marketing team on campaign efforts as needed to drive engagement and customer acquisition, including online campaigns and events

Provide feedback to the product team on potential areas of improvement, customer insights, and growth opportunities

Duties & Responsibilities:
Requirements*:

  • Must be located in Portland, Oregon
  • Must have access to a computer/wifi and a willingness to learn new apps for project management, communication, etc. (i.e. Asana, Slack)
  • Have a portfolio or work samples demonstrating any creative and/or marketing skills from past projects, internships, or jobs.
  • Have exceptional written and verbal communication skills
  • Have entrepreneurial tenacity, a great attitude, eagerness to learn, and willingness to have fun with work that makes a difference
  • Detail and deadline-oriented: you present work that is comprehensive and detail-oriented without being held back by perfectionism and can work in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment

* If you do not meet all of the requirements, but meet most of them, please apply.

Desired but not required

  • Experience with Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and Canva Brand development, color theory, and the ability to grasp a brand’s aesthetic and translate that into the assets created for the brand
  • Basic or advanced video filming and editing experience

What we can offer you

  • Remote position with flexible hours to accommodate your schedule and other responsibilities
  • Opportunity to be part of a growing Portland-based startup and work directly with the founder and CEO to receive training, guidance, and mentorship
  • Creative project-based work that will allow you to contribute to an operation that potentially touches thousands of community members
  • An inclusive work environment where your contributions are recognized and appreciated
  • Expand your direct to consumer digital marketing experience and portfolio
  • Future recommendations and referrals for education and job opportunities

Link to position description:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/13VSp833KdX33PVvLlZGJTyEJSu5WjlBl_JufauiapLc/edit?usp=sharing

Closing Date:
04/30/2022

The Oregon Public Health Division periodically offers internships in public health, epidemiology, education, project management, policy, communications, and related areas. Internships for academic credit are posted through partnerships with schools, colleges and universities. For more information about internship opportunities at the Public Health Division: