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Oregon Health Authority Portland, OR, USA
Jun 11, 2018
Full time
JOB CODE: OHA18-0506 CLOSING DATE/TIME: 06/18/18 11:59 PM SALARY: $3,943.00 - $5,765.00 Monthly JOB TYPE: Permanent LOCATION: Portland, Oregon   The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Oregon Immunization Program (OIP) is recruiting for an Immunization Research Analyst to serve as a subject matter expert on immunization research and evaluation activities for the Oregon Immunization Program. This position supports data management and analysis activities related to the ALERT Immunization Information System (IIS) and analysis of clinical, regional, and statewide immunization rates. The Oregon Immunization Program works to reduce the incidence of vaccine-preventable disease in Oregon. What will you do? As the Immunization Research Analyst, you will provide support to program staff on immunization research issues, which includes access to services; effectiveness of interventions; barriers to immunizations; and expanded purchase of vaccines. You will also support activities related to the statewide immunization registry and population-based analysis of immunization practices and rates. You will independently plan, manage, coordinate and communicate immunization-related research and data analysis projects. What's in it for you? You will work with a team of public health professionals who are passionate about the work they do to reduce disease for Oregonians. Do you have public health research experience? Do you have knowledge of immunization practices? Do you have experience analyzing and reporting data? If so, we want to connect with you! We offer full medical, vision and dental benefits with paid sick leave, vacation, personal leave and 10 paid holidays per year plus pension and retirement plans . If this position sounds like the perfect fit for your skills, delay, apply today!  This position is classified and represented by a union. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS A Bachelor's Degree in any discipline that included six-quarter units in statistics or quantitative analysis methods and procedures, AND one of year experience using computerized applications to independently gather, compile, and analyze data and prepare narrative or statistical reports.  OR Four years of research experience using computerized applications to independently gather, compile, and analyze data and prepare narrative or statistical reports. REQUESTED SKILLS Knowledge of: Immunization terminology and practices and the data elements that support them Industry specific techniques sufficient to collect, analyze, interpret and summarize data Standards and precedents for data design and formatting Public health reporting standards   Ability to: Quickly learn new technology and data fields commonly used in clinic practices Communicate effectively to technical and non-technical audiences in written and oral methods Contribute as a strong member of a self-directed work team Use information and judgment to determine if processes comply with laws, regulations or standards Follow information security and privacy laws/policies as well as appropriate procedures to manage confidential data   Skill to: Use analytical/database software such as STATA, SQL, Microsoft Access and/or SAS Apply analytic, demographic, and/or epidemiologic principles to IIS data Use of common software products such as Word, PowerPoint, Excel Adopt complex, modern information technology and communication tools Appropriately apply IIS policies and procedures to specific situations Communicate the role of public health within the health system and community to diverse audiences TO APPLY Please visit the following link to complete the online application: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/2095686/immunization-research-analyst-research-analyst-3 CONTACT INFORMATION Cyndi Phipps-Roman Phone: 503-945-6377
Oregon Health Authority Portland, OR, USA
May 25, 2018
Full time
JOB CODE: OHA18-0492 CLOSING DATE/TIME: 05/31/18 11:59 PM SALARY: $4,765.00 - $6,977.00 Monthly JOB TYPE: Limited Duration LOCATION: Portland, Oregon The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Office of the Public Health Director (OSPHD. Program Operations Unit   is seeking a Limited Duration Public Health Meaningful Use Project Coordinator to serve as the lead and single point of contact for the strategic development, coordination, management, delivery, and evaluation of Meaningful Use health information technology (HIT) projects throughout the Oregon Public Health Division (PHD). The Program Operations Unit is a customer service focused team that supports all programs inside the Public Health Division, as well as outside parties. We develop solutions, facilitate communication and remove barriers to ensure success at all levels of the division. Areas of responsibility include quality improvement, workforce development, safety and risk management, web operations and policy and procedure improvements. What will you do? As the Public Health Meaningful Use Project Coordinator, you will provide strategic oversight and project management on multiple Public Health Division Meaningful Use IT projects. You will ensure projects are in alignment and adhere to federal, state, agency, and Public Health Division policies, statutes, and rules. In addition, you will leverage national initiatives to promote information exchange and interoperability between public health systems, federal systems, and Oregon providers and hospitals and identify and mitigate IT systems related performance issues and recommend potential solutions to the PHD Director of Program Operations. While in this position, you will collaborate with business partners, managers, and agency staff to understand and align with the goals and strategies of public health modernization and best practices in Public Health. You will strategize and collaborate with Public Health Division programs to prioritize Meaningful Use projects and manage Meaningful Use contracts. In collaboration with Public Health Division program staff, you will ensure that proposed projects meet the goals and objectives for the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services funding guidance document (HIT I-APD-U) and identify and evaluate operational impacts and risks of proposed system, organization, and process changes. What's in it for you? You will work with a team of public health professionals who are passionate about the work they do to manage health information technology. Do you have experience implementing health information technology projects? Have you managed and executed contracts? Do you have project management experience? If so, we want to connect with you! MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS A Bachelor's Degree in Public Health, Business or Public Administration or any degree demonstrating the capacity for the knowledge and skills; AND four years professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning work. OR Any combination of experience and education equivalent to seven years of experience that typically supports the knowledge and skills for the classification. REQUESTED SKILLS Strong project management and program coordination skills Ability to navigate the CMS project management process Knowledge and understanding of Meaningful Use rules and requirements Experience managing vendor contracts Experience with health information technology Knowledge of public health and health care Experience with information exchange and interoperability between public health systems, federal systems, and Oregon providers and hospitals Experience developing business plans to ensure successful system and business change Experience working effectively within all levels of the organization Experience working independently and taking initiative TO APPLY Please visit the following link to complete the online application: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/2087605/public-health-meaningful-use-project-coordinator-operations-and-policy-analyst-3 CONTACT INFORMATION Cyndi Phipps-Roman Phone: 503-945-6377
Oregon Health Authority Portland, OR, USA
May 21, 2018
Full time
JOB CODE: OHA18-0475 CLOSING DATE/TIME: 05/28/18 11:59 PM SALARY: $4,765.00 - $6,977.00 Monthly JOB TYPE: Permanent LOCATION: Portland, Oregon AGENCY: Oregon Health Authority-Public Health The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Health Care Regulation and Quality Improvement (HCRQI) Program, Health Facility Licensing and Certification (HFLC) in Portland, OR is recruiting for a Nurse Staffing Policy Analyst to provide consultation and advice to managers and executives in the Health Facility Licensing and Certification program regarding administration, management, and policy aspects of Oregon's hospital nurse staffing laws. HFLC is responsible for regulating certain types of non-long term care health care facilities and agencies. To ensure that regulated health care facilities comply with all applicable federal and state requirements, HFLC's Survey and Certification team conducts routine federal Medicare certification surveys and state licensure surveys as well as state and federal complaint investigations. What will you do? As Nurse Staffing Policy Analyst, you will manage and facilitate the Nurse Staffing Advisory Board (NSAB), participate in program management team meetings and provide relevant updates concerning trends, issues, and concerns identified by the NSAB. You will participate in hospital nurse staffing committee meetings, provide mediation if the hospital nurse staffing committee cannot reach an agreement on a staffing plan and ensure the Nurse Staffing Report web page is up-to-date including audit and investigation reports. In addition, you will track the imposition of any civil penalties or suspension or revocation of license due to nurse staffing violations. As Nurse Staffing Policy Analyst , you will initiate, manage and perform studies that evaluate agency policy and performance, and monitor the consequences of significant changes and the effect of pending legislation or rule amendments. You will also design and oversee collection of data for relevant surveys, analyze data, evaluate findings and recommend appropriate changes to agency policies. What's in it for you? You will work with a team of public health professionals who are passionate about the work they do to improve the services of non-long term care facilities and agencies. Do you have nursing and legal experience as well as project management experience? Have you worked with compliance and regulation? If so, we want to connect with you! We offer full medical, vision and dental benefits with paid sick leave, vacation, personal leave and 10 paid holidays per year plus pension and retirement plans . If you possess the experience we are seeking, don’t delay, apply today!  MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS A Bachelor's Degree in Business or Public Administration, Behavioral or Social Sciences, Finance, Political Science or any degree demonstrating the capacity for the knowledge and skills; AND four years professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning work; OR Any combination of experience and education equivalent to seven years of experience that typically supports the knowledge and skills for the classification. REQUESTED SKILLS Preference will be given to applicants with nursing and legal experience Must possess valid driver's license with good driving record or other acceptable method of transportation Experience solving complex problems by interpreting and applying federal and state statutes, rules, policies and procedures Experience dealing with challenging provider concerns and complainants Experience independently researching, analyzing and/or interpreting information to resolve problems/complaints and make independent decisions Experience applying the principles and techniques of project management Proficiency in skillful communication, both written and oral Attendance at work-related education trainings, workshops and seminars is required; Knowledge of the principles of documentation as per the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Knowledge of the methods and techniques for analysis, review, and interpretation of regulated providers and diverse complainant population; Familiar with electronic information systems, internet and electronic mail. TO APPLY To complete the online application please visit the following link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/2079448/nurse-staffing-policy-analyst-operations-and-policy-analyst-3   CONTACT INFORMATION Cyndi Phipps-Roman Phone: 503-945-6377  
Oregon Health Authority Portland, OR, USA
May 08, 2018
Full time
JOB CODE: OHA18-0463 CLOSING DATE/TIME: 05/16/18 11:59 PM SALARY: $4,765.00 - $6,977.00 Monthly JOB TYPE: Permanent LOCATION: Portland, Oregon The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Oregon Immunization Program (OIP) is recruiting for an ALERT Immunization Information System (IIS) Operations & Project Lead to provide leadership with project management and team coordination for the ALERT IIS and Oregon Immunization Program (OIP) staff and activities. The ALERT IIS is a statewide immunization registry developed to achieve complete and timely immunization of all Oregonians throughout their lives. What will you do? As the ALERT IIS Operations & Project Lead , you will provide team leadership and coordination to the IIS Interoperability team to meet program and grant goals, coordinate other IIS workgroups and Immunization Program cross-program groups as needed, and develop and maintain Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).  You will collaborate with other public health programs on public health informatics initiatives regarding Meaningful Use and Health Information Exchange (HIE) activities and ensure alignment with all relevant national IIS and health information exchange standards for messaging format, content, and transport functions. In this position, you will act as Project Manager for the Immunization Systems Application Management team (ISAM) and coordinate internal and third party resources to execute internal IT system upgrades. In addition, you will represent staff on the ALERT IIS Change Control Team (CCT) which approves and prioritizes all development work completed by our vendor. As the ALERT IIS Operations & Project Lead, you will act as designee for the ALERT IIS Director as needed and represent staff on both the OIP Program Council and Data Governance Council to promote and contribute to the OIP initiatives. You will also support planning and coordination of ALERT IIS activities, implement policies and practices, and confirm that all OIP processes follow standard project management standards. What's in it for you? You will work with a team of public health professionals who are passionate about the work they do to ensure operating systems for the exchange of health information. Do you have experience developing and coordinating IT projects? Do you have project management experience using project management standards and tools? If so, we want to connect with you! MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS A Bachelor's Degree in Public Health, Business or Public Administration or any degree demonstrating the capacity for the knowledge and skills; AND four years professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning work. OR Any combination of experience and education equivalent to seven years of experience that typically supports the knowledge and skills for the classification. REQUESTED SKILLS Knowledge of: Relevant IIS, local and national standards, including HL7 and web services National initiatives such as Meaningful Use and their impact on IIS and health information exchange Information security and privacy laws with the appropriate procedures to manage confidential data Principles, methods and standards of project management, change management, and records management  Skill in: Developing specific goals and plans to prioritize, organize, and accomplish work Testing of information solutions using appropriate methodologies and techniques Coordinating diverse activities to ensure completion of projects Effectively communicating the capabilities and limitations of information technologies in layman's terms  Ability to: Communicate in writing, orally, electronically, and in person with linguistic and cultural proficiency Use common software products such as Word, PowerPoint, and Excel Establish long-term objectives and specify strategies to achieve program goals Apply effective communication and group dynamic strategies in interactions with individuals and groups Create and facilitate presentations to non-specialists using highly complex technical material and resolving issues Quickly learn new terminology, laws, statutes, policies, and procedures regarding public health information Promote a culturally competent and diverse work environment TO APPLY Please visit the following link to complete the online application: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/2061657/alert-iis-operations-project-lead-operations-policy-analyst-3 CONTACT INFORMATION Cyndi Phipps-Roman Phone: 503-945-6377
Oregon Health Authority Salem, OR, USA
Feb 06, 2018
Full time
JOB CODE: OHA18-0056  CLOSING DATE/TIME: 02/12/18 11:59 PM SALARY: $3,129.00 - $4,545.00 Monthly JOB TYPE: Permanent LOCATION: Salem, Oregon The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Health Licensing Office (HLO) in Salem, OR is recruiting for an Inspector to provide consumer protection while gaining compliance with the statutes and administrative rules of the boards, councils and programs by inspecting facilities and independent contractors and providing education to licensees and the general public. The HLO protects the health, safety and rights of Oregon consumers by ensuring only qualified applicants are authorized to practice. HLO establishes, communicates and ensures compliance of regulatory standards for multiple health and related professions. What will you do? As Inspector, you will conduct routine inspections of facilities for compliance with health, safety and sanitation standards and certification/licensing requirements. You will explain laws and rules to licensees, the public and other governmental agencies to promote understanding and compliance as well as determine the type and severity of observable violations. In addition, you will prepare accurate and comprehensive reports of all inspections to be used as the basis for disciplinary action and assessment of civil penalties.   What's in it for you? Do you have experience with compliance and regulation determination? Have you performed inspections or investigations? Then read on! Public Health is a great place to work and we offer full medical, vision and dental benefits with paid sick and personal leave, vacation, and ten paid holidays per year!   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Two years of experience doing administrative research that included compiling and evaluating facts to recommend management action, or decide eligibility or compliance with program guidelines and regulations.   Note: College-level course work may substitute for the experience on the basis of 45-quarter units per year of experience.   REQUESTED SKILLS Experience in the regulatory inspection environment. Dependable, self-directed and motivated to achieving established regulatory division facility inspection goals within specified time frames. Resourceful and flexible team player who thrives in fast-paced environment. Exceptional listener and communicator who effectively conveys information verbally and in writing. Knowledge of good customer service and self-awareness skills; cultural sensitivity working with a diverse customer base and staff. An understanding of perceived resistance by clients to regulatory oversight of their profession. Ability to maintain objectivity and a neutral position during inspections. Ability to respond in a respectful manner to clients and customers. Preference will be given to applicants who are bi-lingual Vietnamese/English. TO APPLY Please visit the following link to complete the online application: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/1974624/inspector-compliance-specialist-1?keywords=inspector&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs CONTACT INFORMATION Cyndi Phipps-Roman 503-945-6377
Oregon Health Authority Portland, OR, United States
Jan 26, 2018
Full time
JOB CODE: OHA18-0007 CLOSING DATE/TIME: 02/12/2018 SALARY: $5,231.00 - $7,714.00 Monthly JOB TYPE: Permanent LOCATION: Portland, Oregon The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Health Care Regulation and Quality Improvement Section (HCRQI) in Portland, OR is recruiting for a Facilities Planning and Safety Manager . The Health Care Regulation and Quality Improvement (HCRQI) Section is a part of the Center for Health Protection. The Facilities Planning and Safety Manager manages, supervises and evaluates the health care facility construction plans review team, the Hospital Nurse Staffing program, the administrative licensing and certification program and the Certificate of Need program as well as program contractors in both the public and private sectors. The Facilities Planning and Safety Manager develops and supervises the core processes for each of these teams consistent with OHA policies and directives. What will you do? As the Facilities Planning and Safety Manager, you will plan and direct program operations which includes establishing work schedules, assigning work, supervising work, conducting staff meetings and monitoring work performance to meet legally mandated requirements for licensure and/or certification. You will assure accountability and compliance with state policies and procedures, and state and federal laws and rules as well as make recommendations for revisions. In addition, you will develop, implement, monitor, and revise policies and procedures for unit operations. As the Facilities Planning and Safety Manager, you will manage the contract and procurement process as well as identify new resources and opportunities to address goals and objectives. You will participate in the biennial budget preparation process and monitor program expenditures and revenues to assure fiscal responsibility and accountability. In addition, you will prepare budget requests by projecting resource needs for each of the licensing & certification programs. You will establish and implement processes for evaluation of services and use data to make management decisions. Finally, you will plan and supervise projects to improve health care quality and patient safety including education for facilities and providers and assist with the statistical analysis of project-specific data. What's in it for you? Do you want to ensure that Oregonians have access to safe, high quality, and compliant health care? Do you have legal expertise and program management knowledge and experience in health care delivery systems? Do you have experience working with government regulations? Then we encourage you to apply! Public Health is a great place to work and we offer full medical, vision and dental benefits with paid sick and personal leave, vacation, and ten paid holidays per year!   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Supervision and Management Six years of experience in supervision, staff-technical, or professional-level work. Two years of this experience must have included supervision and management of a program, section, or unit which included: 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 Program/Project Leader Six years of experience in supervision, staff-technical, or professional-level work. Two years of this experience must have included program/project leader responsibility involving one or more of the following areas: a) development of program rules and policies, b) development of long- and short-range goals and plans, c) program evaluation and/or project evaluation, OR d) monitoring and controlling or preparing a budget.   REQUESTED SKILLS Preference is given to persons with advanced clinical or management training and three or more years of direct program management experience Advanced knowledge of health care delivery systems and the legal framework for their regulation Significant experience in managing subordinate professional staff Experience working in collaboration with other health and professional service organizations Administrative skills necessary to direct complex and sometimes controversial policy and regulatory work Experience managing a budget with multiple fund sources and accountability requirements Ability to apply a sound, independent judgment in the management and administration of complex program Thorough knowledge of management principles and practices Experience with planning, budgeting, personnel and accounting systems Ability to interact with all levels of agency staff and representatives of state, local and federal agencies Ability to recognize problems and implement solutions through policy change, process improvement strategies, coordination of resources and the use of data in making decision Excellent interpersonal and problem solving skills Good understanding of the importance of confidentiality, the privacy afforded personal health information and proprietary intellectual property and record security Collaborative work experience Ability to multi-task and communicate effectively orally and in writing Experience promoting a culturally competent and diverse work environment TO APPLY Please visit the following link to complete the online application: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/1956140/facilities-planning-and-safety-manager-principal-executive-manager-d   CONTACT INFORMATION Cyndi Phipps-Roman Senior Recruiter 503-945-6377
Oregon Health Authority Portland, OR, United States
Jan 25, 2018
Full time
CENTER FOR HEALTH STATISTICS             Health Statistics Registration Manager (Principal Executive/Manager C) Health Statistics Vital Statistics and Systems Manager (Principal Executive Manager C)   JOB CODE: OHA17-0613 CLOSING DATE/TIME: 02/08/18 11:59 PM SALARY: $4,523.00 - $6,673.00 Monthly JOB TYPE: Permanent LOCATION: Portland, Oregon The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Center for Health Statistics in Portland, OR is seeking a two managers to oversee the staff and operations for three program areas in the Center for Health Statistics. Oregon law requires all vital events that occur in Oregon, such as births, marriages, divorces, and deaths to be recorded, registered, and filed with our office. These positions will direct, manage, plan, organize and implement the programs responsible for registering vital records, completing the statistical analysis of vital statistics, and developing and maintaining Oregon’s electronic vital events registration system; coordinate key stakeholder and partner services, training and communication activities related vital records; inform policy and procedures that impact the Center for Health Statistics; and act at State Registrar as needed. What will you do? You will manage staff, set performance goals and deadlines, delegate and oversee work, and monitor quality and timeliness. You will oversee and guide continuous process improvement through review of work processes and work products for effective use of staff and other resources. And you will develop and incorporate performance management systems to improve work processes and evaluate staff performance. You will coordinate training sessions, communications, and outreach  to stakeholders and partners which includes hospital birth clerks, hospital administrators, funeral directors, county vital record registrars, medical examiners, physicians, medical certifiers, county clerks and government agencies to ensure proper registration, amendments and issuance of vital records throughout the state. You will oversee the development and maintenance of the state’s vital events registration system. You will ensure that statistical analysis per national and state quality standards. What's in it for you? Do you have extensive experience managing a team of office and/or professional staff? Do you have a positive attitude to motivate and inspire your staff towards continuous improvement and job satisfaction? Do you have experience overseeing compliance for legal requirements of a program? Do you have experience in overseeing a complex information system? Do you have experience in statistics or data analysis? Then we need to hear from you! We offer full medical, vision and dental with paid sick leave, vacation, personal leave and ten paid holidays per year. We invite you to apply today!  MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS OPTION 1 - Supervision and Management Experience Five years of experience in supervision, staff-technical, or professional-level work related to public health policy and regulation. One year of this experience must have included supervision and management of a program, section, or unit which included one or more of the following areas: a) development of program rules and policies; b) development of long-and short-range goals and plans; c) program evaluation; OR d) budget preparation. OR OPTION 2 - Program/Project Leader Experience Five years of experience in supervision, staff technical, or professional work related to public health policy and regulation. One year of this experience must have included program/project leader responsibility involving one or more of the following areas : a) development of program rules and policies; b) development of long- and short-range goals and plans; c) program evaluation and/or project evaluation; OR d) monitoring and controlling or preparing a budget. REQUESTED SKILLS The ideal candidates will possess the following: Positive, proactive management skills as well as demonstrated experience motivating staff and recognizing high performance. Proven people skills that include listening, communicating and relating to others on a personal and/or professional level, problem-solving talent, empathy for others and a willingness to work together toward the common good. High level of proficiency communicating information to people with different skill levels and expertise. Computer literacy to include Word, Outlook and database structures. Knowledge and experience with electronic data interchange. Working knowledge of computer programs to trouble shoot and correct problems. Experience interpreting and applying rules and laws. Experience in writing rules and laws. Experience in statistics or data analysis. Knowledge, skill and experience managing projects and timelines relating to information systems. Experience collaborating team activities and building upon team dynamics. Flexible with the ability to change assignments and projects at a moment’s notice. Must represent the Oregon Health Authority, Center for Health Statistics in a professional manner. Experience training staff, partners and stakeholders to use information system programs, or developing and implementing information system programs. TO APPLY Please visit the following link to complete the online application: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/1924806/health-statistics-managers-principal-executive-manager-c-2-positions CONTACT INFORMATION Cyndi Phipps-Roman Senior Recruiter 503-945-6377
Oregon Health Authority 800 Northeast Oregon Street, Portland, OR, United States
Jan 25, 2018
Full time
JOB CODE: OHA18-0009 CLOSING DATE/TIME: 02/06/18 11:59 PM SALARY: $3,129.00 - $4,545.00 Monthly JOB TYPE: Permanent The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Oregon Immunization Program in Portland, OR is recruiting for an Immunization Program Compliance Reviewer to provide expert technical assistance on our help desk, and conduct impromptu visits to providers/clinics across the state that are enrolled with the Oregon Immunization Program's vaccine supply projects. The Oregon Immunization Program works to reduce the incidence of vaccine-preventable disease in Oregon. Our staff members seek to identify and promote evidence-based public health best practices to both the public and health care professionals throughout the state. In addition to education, the Oregon Immunization Program provides technical assistance and quality improvement for both public and private practices. What will you do? As an Oregon Immunization Program representative, you will be the primary point of contact on our Help Desk, providing technical support to our 600+ enrolled clinics. In this role, you will be expected to provide welcoming assistance for callers requesting help with compliance questions, immunization resource needs, and information about rules, regulations, and policy. In addition, you will conduct CDC-required site visits, with an initial focus on unannounced vaccine storage and handling. You will document site visit findings according to federal and state requirements, maintain and update data systems with current information, and distribute results to providers with clear instructions for required corrective actions as the subject matter expert. In the position of Immunization Program Compliance Reviewer, you will maintain schedules, ensure deadlines are met, assure completion of help desk requests, and to meet required site visit tasks with evidence collected for deficiencies, and assume responsibility for timely coordination and submittal of required corrective action plan documentation. Check documentation for accuracy, completeness and timely submittal to compliance lead for review. In addition, you will provide expert consultation to providers/clinics to develop tools to assist with achieving and maintaining compliance. What’s in it for you? Do you have experience researching, analyzing and interpreting information to determine program compliance with legal guidelines? Do you have experience partnering with external entities to reach a common goal? Do you love to travel? If so, we encourage you to apply! The Public Health Division is a great place to work! Not only will you work with professionals who have a passion for promoting the health of others, but you will also receive great benefits! We offer full medical, vision and dental benefits with paid sick and personal leave, vacation, and ten paid holidays per year! MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Two years of experience doing administrative research that included compiling and evaluating facts to recommend management action, or deciding eligibility or compliance with program guidelines and regulations.  SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS Must have a valid Oregon driver's license with a good driving record and physical capacity to drive up to eight hours per day as 70% of this position is traveling across the State of Oregon. REQUESTED SKILLS Ability to travel by car or plane, up to 4 to 6 hours each day, as well as work evenings and weekends Education and experience in quality assurance and quality improvement processes Knowledge of national, state and local community standards of immunizations and the immunization lifecycle Proficiency in skillful communication, both written and oral, with persons of all backgrounds, demonstrating the highest levels of partnership, collaboration, and respect Ability to solve complex problems within the limitations of statute and rule Ability to perform research independently, analyze and interpret information to resolve problems and complaints and make independent decisions based on in-depth professional experience Ability to deal with challenging provider concerns and complaints Skill and experience using electronic information systems, personal computers, mainstream office software (word processing, database management and presentation preparation), the Internet and e-mail Experience understanding and driving group dynamics  Ability to work collaboratively in a self-directed team style to share information, and contribute to the team's success  Excellent customer service skills for both internal and external customers Ability to demonstrate initiative and independent judgment on an on-going basis  Ability to contribute to a positive, respectful and productive work environment Experience promoting a culturally competent and diverse work environment TO APPLY Please visit the following link to complete the online application: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/1957823/immunization-program-compliance-reviewer-compliance-specialist-1   CONTACT INFORMATION Cyndi Phipps-Roman Senior Recruiter – Public Health 503-945-6377
Oregon Health Authority Portland, OR, United States
Jan 23, 2018
Full time
JOB CODE: OHA18-0005 CLOSING DATE/TIME: 02/04/2018 SALARY: $5,231.00 - $7,714.00 Monthly JOB TYPE: Permanent LOCATION: Portland, Oregon The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Health Care Regulation and Quality Improvement Section (HCRQI) in Portland, OR is recruiting for a Survey and Certification Manager . The Health Care Regulation and Quality Improvement (HCRQI) Section is a part of the Center for Health Protection. The Survey and Certification Manager manages, supervises and evaluates statutorily mandated state and federal licensing and certification programs and develops and supervises the core processes for the licensing and certification operating unit consistent with OHA policy and directives. What will you do? As the Survey and Certification Manager, you will plan and direct program operations which includes establishing work schedules, assigning work, supervising work, conducting staff meetings and monitoring work performance to meet the legally mandated requirements for licensure and/or certification. You will assure accountability and compliance with state policies and procedures, and state and federal laws and rules as well as make recommendations for revisions. In addition, you will develop, implement, monitor, and revise policies and procedures for unit operations. As Survey and Certification Manager, you will manage the contract and procurement process as well as identify new resources and opportunities to address goals and objectives. You will participate in the biennial budget preparation process and monitor program expenditures and revenues to assure fiscal responsibility and accountability. In addition, you will prepare budget requests by projecting resource needs for each of the licensing & certification programs. Establishes and implements processes for evaluation of services and uses data to make management decisions. Finally, you will plan and supervise projects to improve health care quality and patient safety including education for facilities and providers and assist with the statistical analysis of project-specific data. What's in it for you? Do you want to ensure that Oregonians have access to safe, high quality, and compliant health care? Do you have clinical experience and program management knowledge in health care delivery systems? Do you have experience working with government regulations? Then we encourage you to apply! Public Health is a great place to work and we offer full medical, vision and dental benefits with paid sick and personal leave, vacation, and ten paid holidays per year!     MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Supervision and Management Six years of experience in supervision, staff-technical, or professional-level work. Two years of this experience must have included supervision and management of a program, section, or unit which included: 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 Program/Project Leader Six years of experience in supervision, staff-technical, or professional-level work. Two years of this experience must have included program/project leader responsibility involving one or more of the following areas: a) development of program rules and policies, b) development of long- and short-range goals and plans, c) program evaluation and/or project evaluation, OR d) monitoring and controlling or preparing a budget.   REQUESTED SKILLS Preference is given to persons with advanced clinical or management training and three or more years of direct program management experience. Advanced knowledge of health care delivery systems and the legal framework for their regulation Significant experience managing subordinate professional staff Experience working in collaboration with other health and professional service organizations Administrative skills necessary to direct complex and sometimes controversial policy and regulatory work and Experience managing a budget with multiple fund sources and accountability requirements Ability to apply sound, independent judgment in the management and administration of complex programs Thorough knowledge of management principles and practices Experience with planning, budgeting, personnel and accounting systems Ability to interact with all levels of agency staff and representatives of state, local and federal agencies Ability to recognize problems and implement solutions through policy change, process improvement strategies, coordination of resources and the use of data in making decisions Excellent interpersonal and problem solving skills Experience working with health information confidentiality and privacy and record security Ability to think strategically, participate in planning for change and exercise the flexibility to shed or acquire programs or operations that may require realignment to achieve greater efficiency or effectiveness. Experience promoting a culturally competent and diverse work environment TO APPLY Please visit the following link to complete the online application: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/1944863/survey-and-certification-manager-principal-executive-manager-d   CONTACT INFORMATION Cyndi Phipps-Roman Senior Recruiter 503-945-6377
Oregon Health Authority
Jan 22, 2018
Full time
JOB CODE: OHA17-0609 CLOSING DATE/TIME: Open until filled SALARY: $5,231.00 - $7,714.00 Monthly JOB TYPE: Permanent LOCATION: Portland, Oregon The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Section in Portland, OR is recruiting for a Community Systems Manager to direct, coordinate, supervise and provide leadership under the direction of the MCH Section Manager within the Center for Prevention and Health Promotion. This position assures accountability and performance by leading and guiding program activities through federal regulations, state rules and policies, and fiscal responsibility. The Maternal and Child Health section works to address health promotion issues across the lifespan of individuals and families. We believe preconception, pregnancy and early childhood experiences create and influence a path for lifelong wellness. What will you do? As Community Systems Manager you will develop program strategies, standards, and design as well as improve program delivery systems and data collection systems statewide and through local health departments. You will develop program rules and policies, long and short range goals, and plans. In addition, you will oversee development of grant applications for funding to support programs, program evaluation and budget preparation. In this role, you will collaborate with leadership and work closely with federal/state/community partners. As this is a management position, you will supervise a professional team of policy analysts, nurses, informaticists, research analysts and support staff. You will also participate on various steering committees and advisory boards to create and coordinate comprehensive statewide programs. This position assures accuracy, integrity, and appropriate public health program implementation, evaluation, reporting and continuous quality improvement to support the Center Mission, Division Core Functions and the State Health Improvement Plan. What's in it for you? Do you have experience in public health? Have you managed a staff of professionals? Are you passionate about maternal and child health? Then we want to connect with you! We offer full medical, vision and dental benefits with paid sick leave, vacation, personal leave and 10 paid holidays per year. If you are an experienced program manager, don't delay, apply today!  MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Supervision and Management Six years of experience in supervision, staff-technical, or professional-level work related to Public Health . Two years of this experience must have included supervision and management of a program, section, or unit which included: 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 Program Related (Program/Project Leader) Six years of experience in supervision, staff-technical, or professional-level work related to Public Health . Two years of this experience must have included program/project leader responsibility involving one or more of the following areas: a) development of program rules and policies, b) development of long- and short-range goals and plans, c) program evaluation and/or project evaluation, or d) monitoring and controlling or preparing a budget.   REQUESTED SKILLS Bachelor's degree and a minimum of five years of management experience or equivalent lead work experience in leading teams, developing policy and providing programmatic oversight. Experience in public health is required; a master's degree in public health is strongly preferred. Preference will be given for a master's degree in Nursing and five years (within the last ten years) of supervisory management or nursing experience. Home visiting experience within a maternal and child health program is preferred. Excellent written and oral communication skills and facilitation skills. Experience in policy development and program implementation on the county or state level is desired. Currently licensed in Oregon as a Registered Nurse is preferred. Experience working with partners across a variety of disciplines. Experience in consensus-building and strategic planning. Experience in policy development and program implementation on the community, county and state level. Experience working on a team. Experience in local systems development along the prenatal to five continuums. Requires some in-state and out-of-state travel with overnight stays. TO APPLY Please visit the following link to complete the online application process: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/1934696/community-systems-manager-maternal-and-child-health-principal-executive-manage   CONTACT INFORMATION Cyndi Phipps-Roman Senior Recruiter 503-945-6377
Oregon Health Authority Portland, OR, United States
Dec 19, 2017
Part time
JOB CODE: OHA17-0604 CLOSING DATE/TIME: 01/08/18 11:59 PM SALARY: $23.91 - $34.90 Hourly JOB TYPE: Limited Duration LOCATION: Portland, Oregon AGENCY: Oregon Health Authority-Public Health This is a limited duration position with intermittent hours ranging from 20 to 40 hours per week depending on workload and is currently scheduled through the end of the 2017-2019 biennium. The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division, Nutrition & Health Screening Section (NHS) in Portland, OR is recruiting for a Farmers Market Expansion Project Coordinator (Program Analyst 2) to staff, coordinate and implement the 2017-2019 biennium expansion of the Farm Direct Nutrition Programs (FDNP) .  The Oregon Farm Direct Nutrition Program (Farm Direct) provides WIC families and low income seniors with checks to purchase fresh, locally-grown fruits, vegetable and cut herbs directly from local farmers. What will you do? You will work closely with WIC team members and community advisory groups to determine and implement priorities that ensure expansion funds are fully utilized and targeted participants have access to fresh, locally grown vegetables and fruits. You will also collaborate with local internal and external partners to facilitate the planning process for the Farm Direct Nutrition Programs (FDNP) expansion. You will develop an implementation process for mini-grants to be distributed to local partners to address infrastructure needs associated with FDNP expansion. In addition, you will work with the Nutrition and Health Screening (NHS) Evaluation Team to gather participant input on the barriers of using and redeeming FDNP benefits. Finally, you will evaluate the project and identify best practices to ensure full utilization of FDNP benefits. What's in it for you? Your experience in planning and managing complex project support activities, plus your excellent communications skills are highly desirable and the key to success in this position. We offer full medical, vision and dental with paid sick leave, vacation, personal leave and ten paid holidays per year. We invite you to apply today!
Oregon Health Authority Portland, OR, United States
Dec 08, 2017
Full time
JOB CODE: OHA17-0563 CLOSING DATE/TIME: 01/01/2018 11:59 PM SALARY: $4,144.00 - $6,050.00 Monthly JOB TYPE: Permanent LOCATION: Portland, Oregon The Oregon Health Authority, Public Health Division, Center for Prevention and Health Promotion/Maternal and Child Health Section is seeking a fiscal analyst who has experience in budgetary processes and extensive knowledge of Excel, Lotus, WordPerfect and Word software programs. The Fiscal Analyst (Maternal & Child Health) develops, manages, administers and analyzes program budgets, grants and contracts. This position is responsible for budget and fiscal oversight for the Maternal and Child Health section of the Public Health Division in Portland, OR. What will you do? You will develop, manage, and analyze program budgets. You manage multiple grants and contracts, coordinate the awarding and monitoring of grants and contracts, and coordinate the local public health granting process to 36 counties ensuring the timely receipt of funds. You will plan and develop grants and contracts, administer grants and contracts, and prepare grant applications. You will provide budget and fiscal oversight. In addition, you will provide technical assistance and consultation to statewide county health departments, program staff, grantees and contractors, and partners regarding fiscal, grant, contract, and budget issues. You will assist the section manager with fiscal operations and budget issues.     Additionally, you will interpret governing rules and policies so that contract practices meet legal requirements and program objectives.  Your ability to make strategic decisions and identify problem areas is critical to the program's success. What's in it for you? Do you have extensive experience in grant and contract administration? Have you overseen large budgets and monitored fiscal activities? Are you technically savvy and numbers driven? Then we want to connect with you! We offer full medical, vision and dental benefits with paid sick leave, vacation, and personal leave, and ten paid holidays per year. Apply today!   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Five years of progressively responsible experience that included the preparation, analysis, and administration of a budget or fiscal system; OR Five years of professional-level experience in accounting, fiscal auditing, management or program analysis. Experience must have included modeling, forecasting and analyzing fiscal information. REQUESTED SKILLS Experience prioritizing, organizing, and completing multiple tasks within established time frames. Experience participating in hiring, training, and planning work for clerical support staff. Experience with budget development and oversight. Experience contract/grant development and administration. Experience with solicitation procedures. Experience with the fiscal and administrative aspects of managing grants received from funding agencies. Experience interpreting federal and state policies. Excellent communication skills with demonstrated experience explaining complicated language in simple terms. Experience gathering data, compiling statistical data and preparing reports. Technical writing skills required for contract and solicitation document development.  Extensive knowledge of PC software such as Excel, Lotus, WordPerfect, and Word is required. TO APPLY Please visit the following link to complete the online application: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/1898688/maternal-child-health-home-visiting-fiscal-analyst-fiscal-analyst-2   CONTACT INFORMATION Cyndi Phipps-Roman 503-945-6377  
Oregon Health Authority Portland, OR, United States
Nov 30, 2017
Full time
JOB CODE: OHA17-0588 CLOSING DATE/TIME: 12/14/17 11:59 PM SALARY: $4,144.00 - $6,050.00 Monthly JOB TYPE: Permanent LOCATION: Portland, Oregon The Oregon Health Authority, Public Health Division, Environmental Public Health section in Portland, OR is seeking an Environmental and Occupational Health Program Coordinator to coordinate the day-to-day functions of Environmental Public Health programs, with specific focus on the Pesticide Exposure Safety & Tracking (PEST) and the Occupational Public Health Program (OPHP) programs. What will you do? You will collaborate with Pesticide Analytic & Response Center (PARC) staff, co-chairs, and board members. You will provide analysis of PEST data on the health impact of pesticide poisoning on Oregonians for Oregon residents, PARC and policy-makers. You will collaborate with Oregon Public Health Program (OPHP) partners on occupational public health surveillance, research and outreach activities. You will coordinate with health care providers, migrant worker clinics and organizations to increase the reporting of pesticide related illness and injury in Oregon. You will prepare and make presentations on program data, supplemental studies and secondary information sources. You will respond to inquiries and communicate program information to the public, policymakers, NGOs, granting agencies, and internal and external partners including the National Institutes for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), EPA, regulatory agencies and reporting healthcare providers. You will coordinate development and maintenance of the cooperative agreements and program activities. You will develop and maintain project policy, SOP's, and manuals. You will develop and monitor program budgets and make adjustments to meet changing priorities. You will evaluate the progress of the program to ensure objectives are fulfilled and action items are carried out. You will participate in writing proposals for new grants, prepare budgets, and ensure that grant proposals are submitted on time and in accordance with published guidelines. You will identify and determine the allocation of resources needed to accomplish program goals. You will ensure the establishment and/or amendment of contracts for program services and staffing, as needed. What's in it for you? Be a part of the Public Health Division’s technical, scientific and education team of professionals. This team identifies, assesses and reports on threats to human health from exposure to environmental and occupations hazards. You will be eligible for full medical, vision and dental benefits with paid sick leave, vacation, personal leave and ten paid holidays per year. If you are a professional data manager with a talent for the technical side, then this job was made for you! Apply now! MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS A Bachelor's Degree in Business or Public Administration, Behavioral or Social Sciences, or a degree related to Public Health, Environmental Health or Natural Resources; AND two years of experience coordinating or administering a program related to Public Health, Environmental Health or Natural Resources. OR Any combination of experience or education equivalent to five years of experience coordinating or administering a program related to Public Health, Environmental Health or Natural Resources. REQUESTED SKILLS Bi-lingual English/Spanish speaker with the ability to read and write in both languages highly preferred. Knowledge of the principles and practices of project management including planning, organizing, directing, motivating, controlling and decision-making. Understanding of the community and populations served by the scope of the programs. Understanding of budget processes, budget management, contractual agreements, and procurement procedures; desired that this knowledge be specific to agency and division practice. Understanding of legislative processes and procedures relevant to the agency and to categorically funded programs.  Understanding of Oregon Administrative Rules and rules applying to confidentiality of data for public health special studies.  Understanding natural resource and public health protection programs at the federal, state, and local government levels.  Use of a personal computer and software as appropriate to Environmental Public Health programs. Ability to write clear, concise and direct narrative and data reports. Ability to prioritize program tasks and meet program deadlines. Good communication skills for establishing and maintaining harmonious working relationships with internal and external partners.  Ability to communicate program technical information effectively to individuals and groups.  Understanding of basic principles of risk communication. Ability to develop scientifically accurate and understandable public health outreach and education materials.  Knowledge of web site design and maintenance is desirable. Experience in promoting a culturally competent and diverse work environment. TO APPLY Please visit the following link to view the entire announcement and apply: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/1912132/environmental-and-occupational-health-program-coordinator-program-analyst-2 CONTACT INFORMATION Cyndi Phipps-Roman 503-945-6377
Oregon Health Authority Portland, OR, United States
Nov 22, 2017
Full time
JOB CODE: OHA17-0563 CLOSING DATE/TIME: 12/06/17 11:59 PM SALARY: $4,144.00 - $6,050.00 Monthly JOB TYPE: Permanent LOCATION: Portland, Oregon   The Oregon Health Authority, Public Health Division, Center for Prevention and Health Promotion/Maternal and Child Health Section is seeking a fiscal analyst who has experience in budgetary processes and extensive knowledge of Excel, Lotus, WordPerfect and Word software programs. The Maternal & Child Health Home Visiting Fiscal Analyst develops, manages, administers and analyzes program budgets, grants and contracts. This position is responsible for budget and fiscal oversight for the Maternal and Child Health section of the Public Health Division in Portland, OR. What will you do? You will develop, manage, and analyze program budgets. You manage multiple grants and contracts, coordinate the awarding and monitoring of grants and contracts, and coordinate the local public health granting process to 36 counties ensuring the timely receipt of funds. You will plan and develop grants and contracts, administer grants and contracts, and prepare grant applications. You will provide budget and fiscal oversight. In addition, you will provide technical assistance and consultation to statewide county health departments, program staff, grantees and contractors, and partners regarding fiscal, grant, contract, and budget issues. You will assist the section manager with fiscal operations and budget issues.     Additionally, you will interpret governing rules and policies so that contract practices meet legal requirements and program objectives.  Your ability to make strategic decisions and identify problem areas is critical to the program's success. What's in it for you? Do you have extensive experience in grant and contract administration? Have you overseen large budgets and monitored fiscal activities? Are you technically savvy and numbers driven? Then we want to connect with you! We offer full medical, vision and dental benefits with paid sick leave, vacation, and personal leave, and ten paid holidays per year. Apply today!   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Five years of progressively responsible experience that included the preparation, analysis, and administration of a budget or fiscal system; OR Five years of professional-level experience in accounting, fiscal auditing, management or program analysis. Experience must have included modeling, forecasting and analyzing fiscal information. REQUESTED SKILLS Experience prioritizing, organizing, and completing multiple tasks within established time frames. Experience participating in hiring, training, and planning work for clerical support staff. Experience with budget development and oversight. Experience contract/grant development and administration. Experience with solicitation procedures. Experience with the fiscal and administrative aspects of managing grants received from funding agencies. Experience interpreting federal and state policies. Excellent communication skills with demonstrated experience explaining complicated language in simple terms. Experience gathering data, compiling statistical data and preparing reports. Technical writing skills required for contract and solicitation document development.  Extensive knowledge of PC software such as Excel, Lotus, WordPerfect, and Word is required. TO APPLY Please visit the following link to complete the online application: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/1898688/maternal-child-health-home-visiting-fiscal-analyst-fiscal-analyst-2   CONTACT INFORMATION Cyndi Phipps-Roman 503-945-6377
Oregon Health Authority Portland, OR, United States
Nov 21, 2017
Full time
JOB CODE: OHA17-0562 CLOSING DATE/TIME: 11/26/17 11:59 PM SALARY: $4,144.00 - $6,050.00 Monthly JOB TYPE: Permanent LOCATION: Portland, Oregon   This position is bi-lingual English/Spanish and/or bi-cultural preferred. The Oregon Health Authority, Public Health Division, Adolescent, Genetic and Reproductive Health Section in Portland, OR is looking for a cultural competent individual who has experience developing relationships with diverse, under-served communities and target populations. The Reproductive Health Systems & Operations Coordinator identifies culturally appropriate service providers able to meet the reproductive health needs of these populations to increase access to care and ensures service provider compliance based on program requirements. What will you do? You will develop relationships within the community to identify and onboard culturally appropriate providers that are willing and able to provide services for the Reproductive Health Program, and to ensure that community voice is incorporated into program development. You will also work to ensure access to equitable, high-quality reproductive health services across the state of Oregon. The expansion of the provider network is due to recent legislation focused on increasing access to immigrants, refugees, people who are undocumented and non-citizens living in Oregon. Additionally, you will provide technical assistance, training and consultation on program administration, ensuring agencies follow policies and protocols that are in compliance with program requirements. What's in it for you? Do you possess a high level of cultural competency and understanding of diversity? Do you have experience working with underserved populations to connect them with available services? Do you enjoy providing education or training? Be a part of a team whose primary goal is to promote the health, well-being and quality of life for all Oregonians through the development and use of evidence-based policies, tools, educational resources, programs and clinical preventive services. We offer full medical, vision and dental benefits with paid sick leave, vacation, personal Leave and 10 paid holidays per year. If you are experienced in outreach and compliance and have a passion for the health of our citizens, don't delay, apply today!    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS A bachelor's degree in public health, business or public administration, behavioral or social sciences, or a degree related to public health and two years professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning work related to public health ; OR Any combination of experience and education equivalent to five years of professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning work related to public health ; REQUESTED SKILLS Knowledge of and experience working with immigrant, refugee, undocumented, and non-citizen communities within Oregon, and knowledge of the traditions, values, and customs of the communities being served. Experience working directly with individuals and families who identify as immigrant, refugee, non-citizen or undocumented. (This experience can be gained through lived experience or prior experience with the identified communities.)  Knowledge of reproductive justice and how it intersects with reproductive health.  Understanding of the impact of systemic oppression and trauma, and the potential impact on undocumented, non-citizen, immigrant and refugee Oregonians seeking reproductive health services. Experience working within a publicly funded reproductive health program or setting. Experience providing program review to determine compliance with program requirements. Expertise in public speaking, teaching or conducting trainings. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Extensive experience establishing and maintaining collaborative relationships with community partners. Experience promoting a culturally competent and diverse work environment Bilingual in Spanish and/or bi-cultural preferred TO APPLY To complete the online application visit the following link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/1900273/reproductive-health-systems-operations-coordinator-operations-and-policy-analy                                                           CONTACT INFORMATION Cyndi Phipps-Roman 503-944-6377
Oregon Health Authority Portland, OR, United States
Nov 08, 2017
Full time
JOB CODE:        OHA17-0461 CLOSING DATE/TIME:    11/19/17 11:59 PM     SALARY:           $2,141.00 - $2,916.00 Monthly     JOB TYPE:         Permanent  LOCATION:       Portland, Oregon The Oregon Health Authority, Public Health Division, Center for Health Statistics is seeking a detail oriented, customer service savvy, office specialist with a high degree of speed and accuracy with data entry and an eye for identifying discrepancies to ensure vital records are processed timely and accurately. The Vital Records Specialist evaluates current program operations for improvement leading to a more unified and standardized regulatory oversight that results in greater regulatory accountability and efficiency. What will you do? You will process and issue certified copies of vital records. You will process phone and internet orders for certified copies of vital records within 1 to 2 working days as required by law. You will contact customers to request information to determine if customers are eligible to receive the record. You will provide back-up on a daily basis to process mail-in orders. You will track pending and rush orders to ensure appropriate completion. You will compare order information with computer records, index books, or long-form records to identify discrepancies. You will produce certified copies of records from original record, microfilm, or computer data. You will verify the certified copy of the record is correct, stamp the record, and place the record in the appropriate area for mailing. You will also assist walk-in customers on using the kiosks. You will assist in providing information to the public via telephone. What's in it for you? Are you a detailed oriented person who catches even the most minuscule mistake? Do you thrive in a bustling environment while completing a high volume of work to meet deadlines? Are your customer service skills highly developed to the extent that people ask for you by name? Does your attitude radiate positivity which infects those around you? Then this job description was written for you! We offer full medical, vision and dental benefits with paid sick leave, vacation, and personal leave, and ten paid holidays per year. If you have strong customer service skills and successful office experience, don't delay. Apply today!   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS One year of general clerical experience which included typing, word processing, or other generation of documents; OR Completion of courses or training in Office Technology; OR An equivalent combination of training and experience. DESIRED ATTRIBUTES Ability to organize a high volume of work to meet same-day and next day deadlines. Ability to effectively and efficiently complete tasks that require accuracy and attention to detail. Experience reviewing and approving applications or documents for completeness. Ability to verbally explain specific laws and policies that pertain to Vital records. Ability to help customers solve ordering problems, while also being meticulous in following policies and procedures so that the confidentiality of records is maintained. Ability to deal with the general public and personnel from different agencies or businesses in a diplomatic, friendly and professional manner. Team player with the ability to build and maintain positive working relationships. Strong verbal communication and presentation skills are essential. Ability to work in a high production work environment. Minimum typing speed of 65 wpm with a high degree of accuracy. TO VIEW ANNOUNCEMENT AND COMPLETE THE APPLICATION Please visit the following link:   https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/1889547/vital-records-specialist-office-specialist-1    
Oregon Health Authority Portland, OR, United States
Sep 21, 2017
Full time
JOB CODE: OHA17-0419 CLOSING DATE/TIME: 10/08/17 11:59 PM SALARY: $4,545.00 - $6,652.00 Monthly JOB TYPE: Permanent LOCATION: Portland, Oregon The Oregon Health Authority, Public Health Division, Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention Section in Portland, OR is searching for an analytical, community health focused, strategic, policy driven professional to fill the role of Health Promotion Policy Specialist to contribute to the program's comprehensive, community-wide approach of helping people eat better, move more, live tobacco free and take better care of themselves. What you will do! You will evaluate health programs and recommend priorities to achieve state program goals and meet funding requirements. You will determine statewide policies, procedures and priorities consistent with the vision and mission of the Public Health Division and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. You will recommend legislative concepts to address chronic disease prevention and contributing risk factors. In addition, you will provide strategic coordination and assistance to county health departments to enforce state policies; and develop, implement and enforce local policies to address chronic disease prevention and risk factors such as those caused by tobacco use and obesity. What's in it for you? You will be a critical influencer and decision maker in promoting best practices that support optimal health for all Oregonians. You will be eligible to apply for full medical, vision and dental benefits with paid sick leave, vacation, personal leave and ten paid holidays per year. If you are a professional health policy guru with a gift for communicating with a wide range of public and private agency representatives, legislators, the media and the public, then this job was made for you! Apply now!   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS A Bachelor's Degree in Business or Public Administration, Behavioral or Social Sciences, or a degree related to Public Health ; AND four years of experience coordinating or administering a program related to Public Health; OR Any combination of experience or education equivalent to seven years of experience coordinating or administering a program  related to Public Health. REQUESTED SKILLS Knowledge of: Population-based public health assessment, policy development, intervention and evaluation. Health systems and health care insurer’s organizational structure and funding. Principles and practices of policy, environmental and systems change. Evidence-based approaches to address the prevention, early detection, and self-management of substance use disorder, chronic diseases and associated risk factors including tobacco use, excessive alcohol use, obesity, poor nutrition and lack of physical activity.  Ability to: Evaluate and recommend program priorities and strategies to achieve state program goals or to meet funding requirements. Translate program priorities into project management and communications plans. Develop promotional and communication plans designed to provide education on evidence informed policy solutions. Oversee and implement community programs, grants and contracts. Assure availability of financial, staff, and administrative resources needed to accomplish objectives.  Provide guidance and oversight for grant and contract application processes and scope of program activities. Write technical reports. Apply economic and strategic decision-making. Communicate effectively with legislators, legislative or other public bodies with policy making authority; other high-level officials; department, agency, division or institution staff; representatives of professional organizations; citizens, citizen groups, the news media, other states; and other state, federal and municipal agencies. Facilitate and negotiate highly complex and large-scale collaborative relationships with and among state agencies, heath system leaders and members of local, state and national agencies, community organizations, employers and various OHA-PHD stakeholders. Represent the agency to local health officials, members of the news media, legislative bodies, and others. Must be able to access information from a variety of sources, including books, professional journals, computer programs, Internet, and through consultation with other experts. TO APPLY Please visit the following link to complete the online application: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/1854546/health-promotion-policy-analyst-program-analyst-3   CONTACT INFORMATION Cyndi Phipps-Roman 503-945-6377