Deputy Registrars provide advanced level customer service for Department of Health Vital Records by reviewing and proofreading forms, editing files, and providing detailed, sensitive program information and direction to the public, employees, and other public jurisdictions. Deputy Registrars request & verify identity documentation, and evidence of requestor eligibility as required by law to process applications for birth and death certificates.
Three to five years of responsible and advanced administrative support experience including the full range of office and support functions; telephone and reception, word processing, spreadsheet and other personal computer applications, filing systems, mail, supplies, budgeting, accounting and others. In those positions requiring typing, the incumbents must, upon entry into the position, be able to type at a rate of no less than 55 words per minute.
Other combinations of education or experience, which would demonstrate the ability to perform the work, will be considered.
Specialized experience in the area of assignment is highly desirable. However, this expertise is not required at entry into the classification.
In some positions, the incumbent may be required to possess or be able to obtain a valid motor vehicle operator’s license.
Some positions require or prefer certain bilingual skills
Knowledge of: general office procedures and practices and of the specialized functions, policies, and procedures of the work unit; spelling, capitalization, punctuation and rules of grammar, and of the formats and clerical procedures used in performing the work; filing and record-keeping procedures; applicable laws, county codes, ordinances, and policies governing the work of the department and assignment; business English; PC computer applications such as word processing, spreadsheets and data bases; basic bookkeeping and/or cashiering methods and practices.
Ability to: establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships; master the more complex department processes, services and functions; operate standard office equipment such as computer software applications, telephones, facsimile machines, copy machines; apply sound judgment in making decisions independently in accordance with established policies, procedures, and regulations; effectively maintain harmonious relationships with customers, including co-workers; diffuse difficult or highly charged situations; follow oral and written instructions; effectively guide and assist other employees; evaluate and improve department service delivery through enhancement of procedures, systems, organizational approaches and record keeping; develop and demonstrate effective customer service techniques; communicate effectively both orally and in written form.
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Salary Grade: Local 335.505 ($20.32 - $25.95) per hour
Wichita State University
The Office of Online and Adult Learning at Wichita State University is seeking a Success Coach and Grants Specialist to advocate for adult learners and help find resources to ensure their academic and personal success. In this role, you will conduct outreach campaigns regarding academic plans, progress, and career goals to assist students in making personal education decisions and meet graduation requirements. Additionally, you will focus on finding and securing available grants for the students we serve.
Summary of Responsibilities
Conducts outreach campaigns, counsels with college(s), and advises diverse, “at-risk” student populations regarding their academic plans, progress, and academic and career goals in order to assist students in making personal education decisions and meeting graduation requirements. Provides risk assessments and interprets student needs for assigned areas. Provides individualized service and assistance while maintaining confidentiality while focusing on student success. Writes and reviews proposals pertaining to grants, sponsored research, service activities and other initiatives. Facilitates grant proposal development and fund sourcing, as well as training efforts. Researches and interprets regulations, guidelines, and standards and oversees the processing of grants.
Provides student support with life skills development, identification and elimination of retention barriers and academic programs. Facilitates connections with campus and community services and resources when needed. Provides support to assigned academic college(s) and faculty on program-specific strategic enrollment management and retention goals and initiatives. Identifies specific student populations, conducts outreach campaigns and supports campus-wide retention initiatives. Reviews, assembles and submits proposals on behalf of the University. Researches and facilitates compliance with University, state, and federal laws, policies, and regulations in the daily operations of the contract and/or grant lifecycle. Advises leadership regarding potential conflicts of interest and time and dispute resolutions. Assists with the production of reports, proposals, and analyses for the University and for federal, state, educational, and other funding and regulatory agencies.
Master’s degree in related field by hire date.
Two (2) years of experience in graduate or professional advising or counseling experience with college students or related field.
Ability to provide adult learners support and guidance with connecting to campus resources that aid in retention and reducing academic and social barriers.
Ability to effectively communicate and facilitate connections with all levels of the University community.
Ability to professionally manage conflict and providing high levels of customer service while remaining impartial and demonstrating sensitivity.
Ability to use reporting tools and manage outreach campaigns for retention.
Ability to support the production of reports, proposals, and analysis of grant applications.
Prior experience working with online and adult learners.
Ability to remain in a stationary position. Ability to operate a computer and other office equipment including but not limited to phone, printers, copiers, and calculators. Ability to communicate with others and accurately exchange information. Ability to move or traverse across campus, within buildings and offices, and/or across external environments. Ability to exert up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects. Sedentary work involves remaining stationary most of the time.
Wichita State University is committed to inclusive excellence. WSU is the only urban-serving public university in Kansas and has the most diverse student body of all the Kansas state universities. Wichita State University recruits, employs, trains, compensates, and promotes regardless of age, ancestry, color, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, national origin, parental status, political affiliation, pregnancy, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a veteran. Wichita State University has a clear goal in this regard: to be the place where our talented faculty and staff reflect and promote the evolving diversity of our society. We pride ourselves on being the most innovative university in Kansas, delivering the best educational experience to our students with the distinction for opening pathways to real-life learning, applied research and career opportunities that make people want to stay in Kansas. Our campus provides an experience that promotes all forms of diversity, equity and inclusion, a place to learn, work, live and play.
Oregon Health Authority
Salary Range: $ 6,645.00 - $10,217.00
Are you looking for a career as a clinical psychologist and hope to use your skills to make a difference in the lives of individuals ? Or are you a current psychologist looking for an institution dedicated to inspiring hope, promoting safety and supporting healing and for patients entrusted to their care? If so, check out the following opportunity at the Oregon State Hospital's Salem campus.
What you will do!
This position is for a unit-based psychologist, working with patients committed under various Oregon Statutes. Psychology department staff must operate as a highly productive member of the Interdisciplinary Team in a fast-paced environment to manage morning meetings, admissions, patient care plan meetings, and completion of admission risk assessments.
This position will also provide clinical psychology services in the form of psychological assessment and testing within the limits of the psychologist's expertise and privileging, consultation, treatment (individual, group, milieu), participation in various treatment malls, direct patient care, participation in the IDT, consultation to and training of treatment care staff, and providing in-service continuing education to psychology staff. This position may also include supervising psychology residents, interns, and students.
What's in it for you?
We offer a workplace that balances productivity with enjoyment; promote an atmosphere of mutual respect, dedication, and enthusiasm. You will collaborate in an open office with a team of bright individuals to work with and learn from. We offer full medical, vision and dental with paid sick leave, vacation, personal leave and ten paid holidays per year plus pension and retirement plans . If you're driven by the passion to do something meaningful that changes lives, the Oregon Health Authority is the place for you.
WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR:
NOTE - The goal of this recruitment is to fill this position at the Clinical Psychologist 2 level. However, we encourage candidates who meet the minimum qualifications for a Clinical Psychologist 1 to apply, as we may consider under-filling this position until the selected candidate meets the minimum qualifications for a Clinical Psychologist 2. Clinical Psychologist 1 candidates have 24 months from date of appointment to become licensed as a Clinical Psychologist by the Oregon Board of Psychologist Examiners.
Clinical Psychologist 2 ($6,645.00 - $10,217.00 per month):
A doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from an APA accredited university AND completion of a one-year internship in Clinical Psychology.
Applicants must be licensed as a Clinical Psychologist by the Oregon Board of Psychologist Examiners at the time of appointment.
Clinical Psychologist 1 ($6,043.00 - $9,289.00 per month):
A doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from an APA accredited university AND completion of a one-year internship in Clinical Psychology.
You must be eligible for licensure as a Psychologist in Oregon.
*NOTE* - Applications will be considered if they have met all degree requirements with the exception of completion of their one year internship. They must be slated to complete their one-year internship in Clinical Psychology prior to their anticipated start date to be considered."
Four years post-master’s degree experience, and license in Oregon as a Psychologist.
Obtaining and maintaining MAHPS privileging per specified deadlines.
Experience in advancing health equity, addressing systemic health disparities, and collaborating with diverse, vulnerable and underrepresented populations.
Applicants that meet the minimum qualifications and most closely match the requested skills will be invited for an interview.
How to apply:
Complete the online application at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-98165
Application Deadline: 10/19/2022
Center For American Progress
Reports to: Director, Media Relations (Spanish Language) Staff reporting to this position: None Department: Communications Position classification: Exempt, full time Minimum compensation: $54,000/$60,000
American Progress has an immediate opening for a Constituency Media Associate or Manager on its Press team. This role requires an individual who is professionally proficient in both Spanish and English. This person will be responsible for maintaining relationships with and conducting daily outreach to constituency media, including Spanish-language, African American, Asian American and Pacific Islander, American Indian and Alaska Native, and international news outlets.
This role will be driven by American Progress’ mission “to improve the lives of all Americans through bold, progressive ideas as well as strong leadership and concerted action, with the aim of not only changing the conversation, but changing the country.” The Constituency Media Associate/Manager will be part of a dynamic department that supports work across American Progress’ five crosscutting priorities:
Strengthening health and ending the pandemic
Building an economy for all
Tackling climate change and environmental injustice
Advancing racial equity and justice
Restoring social trust and strengthening democracy
The Constituency Media Associate/Manager will work closely with other members of the Press team to identify American Progress products and research of interest to constituency communities and will develop communications plans to disseminate the organization’s work to relevant news outlets and on social media.
The Constituency Media Associate/Manager will work with the Director of Media Relations (Spanish Language) to maintain the CAP en Español website and draft content for the @CAPespanol and @CAP_Acción Twitter accounts. Written translation responsibilities may include short materials such as press statements, op-eds, and social media posts.
Serve as the primary contact for constituency media outreach.
Write, translate, and pitch press releases to national, regional, and local press.
Monitor daily print, online, and TV coverage in English and Spanish.
Draft or translate op-eds for Spanish-language outlets, on occasion.
Serve as a Spanish-language spokesperson for American Progress in print, radio, and TV across a variety of policy areas, as necessary.
Work with Spanish-speaking American Progress experts to further develop the organization’s capacity to communicate with Spanish-language media.
Stay up to date with the changing mainstream and constituency media landscape; maintain and update media contact lists.
Develop innovative and creative media outreach ideas.
Help recruit, assign tasks to, and supervise the Communications department’s constituency media intern.
Oversee and maintain American Progress’ CAP en Español website and draft content for the @CAPEspanol and @CAP_Acción social media accounts.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Requirements and qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Full professional proficiency in both Spanish and English is required.
Minimum of two to four years of professional work experience, preferably in communications or in an advocacy environment.
Excellent writing and editing skills in Spanish and English.
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work well on a team.
Ability to multitask, initiate new projects, meet tight deadlines, and work well under pressure and in a fast-paced environment.
Creative and entrepreneurial spirit, with strong problem-solving skills.
Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
Nonprofit or political experience is a plus.
Commitment to American Progress’ mission and goals.
American Progress offers a full and competitive benefits package. Candidates from diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. This position is part of a bargaining unit represented by IFPTE Local 70. The Constituency Media Associate position has a starting salary of $54,000, and the Constituency Media Manager position has a starting salary of $60,000.
We will continue to monitor COVID-19 and the levels of community spread and adjust plans as needed for in-office work. Any changes to our current hybrid work policy will be communicated at the time of hire. Updates will be posted on American Progress’ Jobs page.