185 job(s) at Oregon Health Authority

Oregon Health Authority Hillsboro, Oregon
Jan 31, 2023
Full time
REQ-115981 Application Deadline : 2/12/2023 Salary Range: $5,148 - $7,902 Monthly Work Location: Hillsboro, OR (Remote w/Occasional On-Site)   The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Oregon State Public Health Laboratory (OSPHL) in Hillsboro, OR has a career opportunity for a Clinical Laboratory Inspector (Compliance Specialist 3) to perform inspections for clinical laboratory testing, non-medical substance of abuse testing and health screen permit testing.      This is a full-time, limited duration, classified position which is represented by a union. Limited duration positions are benefit eligible. The duration of this positions is expected to last 17 months. This recruitment may be used to establish a list of qualified applicants to fill current or future vacancies.   What will you do? As the clinical Laboratory Inspector, you will perform surveys and assist in the administration of the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) program for the Laboratory Compliance (LC) section of the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory (OSPHL). You’ll work independently to assign and track all clinical laboratory inspections to assure they occur on schedule and to assure complaints against clinical, drug testing and health screening testing permit laboratories are investigated timely. You’ll perform inspections for clinical laboratory testing, non-medical substance of abuse testing and health screen permit testing. You will  determine if deficiencies pose an immediate jeopardy to the public and take action that may include the laboratory to stop testing until compliance can be assured, determine if deficiencies will be cited at the standard level, condition level, or if the problems are immediate and serious and there is a potential for a negative patient outcome, and determine if the laboratories allegation of compliance or plan of correction is adequate to correct the cited deficiencies.   In this role, will also develop checklist or job aids to inspect nonroutine specialties such as cytogenetics, histocompatibility, nuclear medicine, electron microscopy, DNA and PCR or substance of abuse testing, to assure regulations are being met. You will determine if new testing methodologies developed by the laboratory, produces accurate results and that the test is developed on good scientific principles. You’ll develop and monitor the section quality assurance parameters required by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and stay proficient in Medicare/Medicaid laboratory billing requirements in order to consult with laboratories and DMAP to assure appropriate laboratory specialty certification. In addition, you will apply Federal regulations for clinical laboratory testing and enforce State statue and rules for substance of abuse and health screen testing services for 4000 laboratories, guide the Administrative Specialist 2 assigned to the section and help them answer technical questions addressed to the program, and speak at professional meetings to train and advise clinical laboratories on the changes or updates to the Federal and State regulations.    What's in it for you? The public health division is a team of passionate individuals working to promote health across the lifespan of individuals, families, and communities. We value and support unique perspectives using a trauma-informed approach and aim to reflect these values in our hiring practices, professional development, and workplace. We are committed to racial equity as a driving factor to improve health outcomes for all communities that experience inequities.   Benefits: We offer exceptional medical, vision and dental benefits packages for you and your qualified family members, with very low monthly out-of-pocket costs. Try this free virtual benefits counselor by clicking here: https://www.oregon.gov/oha/pebb/pages/alex.aspx Paid Leave Days: 11 paid holidays each year 3 additional paid "Personal Business Days" each year 8 hours of paid sick leave accumulated every month Progressive vacation leave accrual with increases every 5 years Pension and Retirement plans Optional benefits include short-term disability, long-term disability, deferred compensation savings program, and flexible spending accounts for health care and childcare expenses. Click here to learn more about State of Oregon benefits.   The Oregon Health Authority is committed to: Eliminating health inequities in Oregon by 2030 Becoming an anti-racist organization Developing and promoting culturally and linguistically appropriate programs, and Developing and retaining a diverse, inclusive, and equitable workforce that represents the diversity, cultures, strengths, and values of the people of Oregon.   What we are looking for: Minimum Requirements A bachelor’s degree in chemical, physical, biological science, or medical technology, or a related field AND four years of laboratory training and experience, or both, in performing high complexity testing, and compiling and evaluating facts to recommend management action or decide compliance or eligibility with program guidelines and regulations. OR A master’s degree in chemical, physical, biological science, or medical technology, or a related field AND two years of laboratory training and experience, or both, in performing high complexity testing, and compiling and evaluating facts to recommend management action or decide compliance or eligibility with program guidelines and regulations.   Requested Skills Possess considerable knowledge and stay technically current in all areas pertaining to clinical laboratory testing and must also have extensive knowledge and state/federal laboratory regulations. Meet CMS requirements for clinical laboratory surveyor (bachelor’s or master’s degree in a chemical, physical, biological science, or medical technology). Qualify as a technical supervisor under CLIA with clinical laboratory experience in all specialties except pathology.  ASCP or AMT certification is preferred. Familiar with potential biological and chemical threats agents. Experience surveying, evaluating, interpreting, and apply complex regulations independently deciding on the level of citation, document findings and prepare investigative reports, enforce regulations. Experience writing deficiency citations in a clear manner describing the findings in enough detail to indicate how regulations are not met and the deficiencies are clear to a judge in a court of law. Experience promoting a culturally competent and diverse work environment.                                                                                                           Working Conditions: The work in this role may be conducted primarily remotely with full access to the needed operating systems and technology. On occasion, there will be times when the work will be conducted on-site. On-site work is located at the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory, 7202 NE Evergreen Pkwy, Hillsboro, OR 97124.   The Oregon Health Authority is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to workforce diversity and anti-racism.    
Oregon Health Authority Portland, Oregon
Jan 31, 2023
Full time
REQ-110787 Application Deadline : 2/12/2023 Salary Range: $3,885 - $5,936 Monthly Work Location: Portland, OR (Remote or Hybrid)   The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Acute and Communicable Disease Prevention (ACDP) section in Portland, Oregon is recruiting for a COVID-NET Research Analyst (Research Analyst 2) to support the COVID-19-Associated Hospitalization Surveillance Network (COVID-NET).   The Acute and Communicable disease Prevention (ACDP) section is charged with preventing the spread of communicable disease in the State of Oregon through surveillance, investigation, infection control, epidemiologic studies, and education.   This is a full-time, limited duration, classified position, which is represented by a union. Limited duration positions are benefit eligible. The duration of this position is expected to last 24 months. This recruitment may be used to establish a list of qualified candidates to fill current or future vacancies . What you will do: As the COVID-NET Research Analyst , you will support surveillance for hospitalized cases of COVID-19. You will assist with data collection for COVID-19 surveillance systems and review medical charts of persons hospitalized with COVID-19. You will participate in random audits of patient charts to ensure complete case ascertainment of hospitalized cases of COVID-19. In addition, you will contribute to respiratory viral pathogen reporting, including COVID-19, influenza, and RSV, assist with data analysis under the supervision of an epidemiologist, and prepare summary graphs and tables.   Responsibilities may include: Research and Development Determine completeness of chart reviews Query vaccine and death registries Descriptive data analysis Creative summary data reports Communication with internal and external stakeholders What's in it for you? The public health division is a team of passionate individuals working to promote health across the lifespan of individuals, families, and communities. We value and support unique perspectives using a trauma-informed approach and aim to reflect these values in our hiring practices, professional development, and workplace. We are committed to racial equity as a driving factor to improve health outcomes for all communities that experience inequities.   Benefits: We offer exceptional medical, vision and dental benefits packages for you and your qualified family members, with very low monthly out-of-pocket costs. Try this free virtual benefits counselor by clicking here: https://www.oregon.gov/oha/pebb/pages/alex.aspx Paid Leave Days: 11 paid holidays each year 3 additional paid "Personal Business Days" each year 8 hours of paid sick leave accumulated every month Progressive vacation leave accrual with increases every 5 years Pension and Retirement plans Optional benefits include, short-term disability, long-term disability, deferred compensation savings program, and flexible spending accounts for health care and childcare expenses. Click here to learn more about State of Oregon benefits.   The Oregon Health Authority is committed to: Eliminating health inequities in Oregon by 2030 Becoming an anti-racist organization Developing and promoting culturally and linguistically appropriate programs, and Developing and retaining a diverse, inclusive, and equitable workforce that represents the diversity, cultures, strengths, and values of the people of Oregon.   What are we looking for? Minimum Qualifications : A bachelor's degree which included six-quarter units in statistics or quantitative analysis methods and procedures; OR Three (3) years of experience as a research assistant comparable to the work of a Research Analyst 1 or two (2) years of experience using computer applications to help gather, compile, analyze, and report information and statistical data.   Requested Skills: Master’s degree in public health or a related field is preferred. Knowledge of epidemiologic principles and infectious disease surveillance systems. Proficient in statistical software applications such as SAS, STATA, SPSS, and MS Office Suite. Proficient in MS Office Suite: Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Strong technical writing skills. Experience analyzing, interpreting data, and preparing logical, concise, written, and oral summaries of the findings. Professional and diplomatic communication skills are required when speaking to physicians, healthcare systems, and medical record personnel. Experience working in an environment upholding the highest standards of confidentiality regarding patient information. Experience promoting a culturally competent and diverse work environment.   Working Conditions: The work in this role will be conducted remotely or hybrid. There may be times when in-office work is required. The office is located at 800 NE Oregon Street, Portland, OR 97232. This role may require weekend and evening work.   The Oregon Health Authority is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to workforce diversity and anti-racism.                      
Oregon Health Authority
Jan 31, 2023
Full time
Behavioral Health Social Worker- Underfill Option (Pendleton Cottage)  Application Deadline: 03/12/2023 Salary Range: $5,148.00 - $7,902.00 monthly   Job Description: The Pendleton Cottage, a division of the Oregon Health Authority , has a fantastic opportunity for a Behavioral Health Social Worker to join an excellent team working to help people recover from their illness and return to their lives in the community.   The goal of this recruitment is to fill this position at the Behavioral Health Specialist 3 level. However, we encourage candidates who meet the minimum qualifications for an Behavioral Health Specialist 2 to apply, as we may consider under-filling the position until the selected candidate meets the minimum qualifications for an Behavioral Health Specialist 2. Underfill training will not exceed two years.   What you will do! The Behavioral Health Social Worker , provides psychosocial services to residents in a 24/7 16-bed, State Delivered Secure Residential Treatment Facility (SRTF), serving high risk/high profile individuals currently residing in the Oregon State Hospital. The social worker is the primary contact between the hospital, the SRTF and other agencies responsible for the resident’s care.  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. This posting will be used to a fill one permanent position at Pendleton Cottage and may be used to fill future vacancies. This position will be posted until filled.     MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Possession of a Clinician license in the State of Oregon AND three years of professional experience related to the series concept Underfill Option: Behavioral Health Specialist 2 ($4693 -$7180) MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS A Bachelor’s degree in nursing or occupational therapy AND licensed by the State of Oregon AND three years of progressively responsible experience related to the series concept;  OR A Master’s degree in psychology; social work; recreational, art, or music therapy; or behavioral health science AND two years of progressively responsible experience related to the series concept. Preferred Skill One year of direct service experience with severely or persistently mental ill adults in an inpatient or outpatient setting.  The Oregon Health Authority is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to work force diversity and anti-racism.  
Oregon Health Authority Salem, OR
Jan 31, 2023
Full time
REQ-109018 Medical Lab Technician II Oregon State Hospital, Salem, OR Salary Range: $3,398 - $5,148 monthly Application Deadline 03/01/2023   Are you interested in supporting patient recovery? Want to work with a great team of medical professionals for an organization that truly believes in a healthier Oregon? What you will do! The Medical Laboratory Technician provides technical support to professional clinical staff by performing routine/standardized laboratory tests for the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease as well as performing pre- and post-analytical functions to support testing.  Employees in this series may assist in more complex testing procedures in a specialized area. Employees determine the accuracy of patient information, as well as test results, but are not responsible for interpreting test results. What's in it for you? We offer a workplace that balances productivity with enjoyment; promote an atmosphere of mutual respect, dedication, and enthusiasm. 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 .    This is a full-time, permanent, Clinical Laboratory Scientist, SEIU represented position. WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR:   Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree in Chemistry, Biology, or Microbiology;  OR An Associate’s degree or at least 60 semester hours (90 quarter hours) of academic credit from a regionally accredited college/university, including six semester hours of chemistry and six semester hours of biology;  AND One year of Medical Laboratory Technician 1 level experience preparing reagents, testing media and stains, performing standardized laboratory tests, examinations, and occasionally assisting in more complex, specialized testing procedures;  AND Successful completion of a National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS) or Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES) accredited Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) program within the last five years;  OR Clinical Laboratory Assistant, American Society for Clinical Pathology, CLA (ASCP) certification;  OR Successful completion of a 50-week U.S. military medical laboratory training course;  OR Three years of full-time acceptable clinical laboratory experience in Blood Banking, Chemistry, Hematology, Microbiology, Immunology and Urinalysis/Body Fluids in an accredited laboratory within the last ten years. NOTE:   Must have current Medical Laboratory Technician certification.  Transcripts with qualifying courses highlighted must be submitted for all required and/or related courses. Knowledge and Skills : Knowledge of medical laboratory terminology, equipment, materials, and techniques. Knowledge of chemistry, biology, physiology, and mathematics. Knowledge of reagent stability and storage. Knowledge of the techniques required for general laboratory safety and the proper handling of hazardous materials. Knowledge of factors that influence test results. Knowledge of aseptic techniques. Skill in the proper care, handling, and collection of laboratory specimens, including patient preparation, if applicable. Skill in labeling, handling, preservation or fixation, processing or preparation, transportation, and storage of specimens. Skill in interpreting all standard laboratory procedures. Skill in performing each test method and proper instrument use. Skill in performing preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, and calibration procedures related to each test performed. Skill in implementing the quality control policies and procedures of the laboratory. Skill to assess and verify the validity of patient test results through the evaluation of quality control sample values prior to reporting patient test results. Skill in preparing clear and accurate records. Skill in preparing laboratory reagents, solutions, and media used in testing. Skill in oral and written communications. Skill in packaging and shipping of infectious agents. Knowledge of standard clinical laboratory testing procedures. Knowledge of the operation and maintenance of various standard laboratory instruments and equipment. Skill in performing a variety of standard laboratory tests. Skill in reading and following scientific laboratory methods and procedures. Skill in calibrating and maintaining standard laboratory equipment. Skill in oral communications to provide and obtain information. Skill in preparing appropriate reagents and controls.   The Oregon Health Authority is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to work force diversity and anti-racism.    
Oregon Health Authority Portland, Oregon
Jan 31, 2023
Full time
REQ-93569 Application Deadline : 2/5/2023 Salary Range: $2,823 - $3,737 Monthly Work Location: On-Site. Portland, OR   The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Center for Vital Statistics has a career opportunity for a Customer Service Representative (Public Service Representative 2) to provide in-office customer service in the Certification Unit which is responsible for processing and issuing certified copies of vital records. This position is located at the Oregon Health Public Health Division, 800 NE Oregon St, Portland, OR 97232.   This is a full-time, limited duration, classified position which is represented by a union. In limited duration positions, you are eligible for benefits (see below). The duration of this position is expected to last 12 months.   What will you do? As a Customer Service Representative for the Certification Unit, you will provide in-person and telephone customer support to customers regarding procedures for ordering vital records, eligibility for ordering records, and other miscellaneous information related to vital records and the Public Health Division. You will also refer telephone calls to other departments within the CHS and to the county, state, and federal offices.   Responsibilities include: Receiving multiple telephone calls from the public per day. Answering a wide variety of customer questions. Troubleshooting skills to assist callers who have questions about their orders. Assisting walk-in customers by explaining the ordering process and using the computer kiosks. Locating and verifying confidential personal information. Screening orders for accuracy. Providing backup to other areas as needed.   What's in it for you? The public health division is a team of passionate individuals working to promote health across the lifespan of individuals, families, and communities. We value and support unique perspectives using a trauma-informed approach and aim to reflect these values in our hiring practices, professional development, and workplace. We are committed to racial equity as a driving factor to improve health outcomes for all communities that experience inequities.   Benefits: We offer exceptional medical, vision and dental benefits packages for you and your qualified family members, with very low monthly out-of-pocket costs. Try this free virtual benefits counselor by clicking here: https://www.oregon.gov/oha/pebb/pages/alex.aspx Paid Leave Days: 11 paid holidays each year 3 additional paid "Personal Business Days" each year 8 hours of paid sick leave accumulated every month Progressive vacation leave accrual with increases every 5 years Pension and Retirement plans Optional benefits include short-term disability, long-term disability, deferred compensation savings program, and flexible spending accounts for health care and childcare expenses. Click here to learn more about State of Oregon benefits.   The Oregon Health Authority is committed to: Eliminating health inequities in Oregon by 2030 Becoming an anti-racist organization Developing and promoting culturally and linguistically appropriate programs, and Developing and retaining a diverse, inclusive, and equitable workforce that represents the diversity, cultures, strengths, and values of the people of Oregon.   What we are looking for: Minimum Requirements: One year of public contact experience (such as in public service representative, salesperson, or receptionist positions) which included answering questions and providing information. Requested Skills Bilingual (English/Spanish) is preferred but not required. Experience in performing office clerical work that involves communicating with a variety of people on the telephone and in-person to exchange or provide information. Experience working with a high volume of tasks and efficiently completing assignments that require accuracy and attention to detail. Experience serving customers and callers in a diplomatic, friendly, and professional manner. Experience representing an agency, organization, or company, to the public. Experience reviewing and approving applications or documents for completeness. Ability to help customers solve ordering problems, while also following policies and procedures Experience handling confidential information. Experience reviewing and approving applications or documents for completeness. Ability to provide diplomatic, friendly, and professional customer service. Minimum typing speed of 65 wpm with a high degree of accuracy. https://official-typing-test.com Team player with the ability to build and maintain positive working relationships. Experience creating, promoting, welcoming, and maintaining a culturally competent and diverse work environment.   Working Conditions: The work of this position is performed on-site at the Oregon Health Authority Public Health Division, 800 NE Oregon St, Portland, OR 97232.   The Oregon Health Authority is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to workforce diversity and anti-racism.            
Oregon Health Authority Remote, OR
Jan 30, 2023
Full time
REQ-118002 Close Date: Open until filled Salary: $5,396 - $8,292 Work may be conducted remotely with full access to the needed operating systems and technology. This recruitment will remain open until filled. The first review of applications will be considered two weeks after the initial posting date and every two weeks thereafter.  This is a full-time, limited duration, classified position which is represented by a union. Limited duration positions are benefit eligible. The duration of this position is expected to last approximately 18 months. This recruitment may be used to establish a list of candidates to fill current or future vacancies .   What will you do? As the Fiscal Analyst 3 , you will provide a wide range of project and information management, coordination, monitoring, and evaluation activities. You'll monitor and report on the section’s financial activities in federal grants; provide expenditure and revenue reports to ensure managers are able to fulfill fiscal and administrative responsibilities of grant management requirements; assist with coordination of annual grant application processes for the section; prepare grant budgets; reviews payroll coding for accuracy; coordinate and monitor contracts and agreements; establish, assess and monitor grant management processes; perform detailed analysis of costs and revenues; and identify and refer critical fiscal issues to management.   What are we looking for? Minimum Requirements: Six (6) years of progressively responsible experience that included the preparation, analysis, and administration of a budget or fiscal system. Experience must have included modeling and forecasting fiscal information. A bachelor's degree in business, public or non-profit management, finance, accounting, or a related degree (such as public policy, political science, public administration or other analytical or technical degree) may substitute for three (3) years of the required experience. A graduate-level degree in any of the above areas may substitute for four of the six (6) years. Requested Skills: Thorough knowledge of budgeting and financial processes, including support of management and staff through budget development and forecasting. Experience monitoring of actual costs to budget, development and analysis of fiscal policy, and financial planning and reporting Experience or knowledge of the programs for which this position has budget responsibility and working knowledge of other Agency programs and budgets. Experience with financial planning processes including budgeting, forecasting, collecting, organizing, and evaluating statistical information. Experience creating and providing budget reports and financial summaries (revenue and expenditure forecasts, caseload analysis, etc.). Experience coordinating grant applications and government contracts. Experience delivering customer service for both internal and external customers, and the ability to demonstrate initiative and independent judgment on an ongoing basis. Advanced skills in Microsoft Word and Excel and querying large data sets. Experience with interpreting and analyzing state and federal laws and guidance and determining any impacts of changes to these. Demonstrated commitment to professional development around cultural competence, diversity and inclusion and health equity. Experience creating, promoting, welcoming, and maintaining a culturally competent and diverse work environment.   Working Conditions: The work of this role may be conducted remotely with full access to the needed operating systems and technology.   The Oregon Health Authority is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to workforce diversity and anti-racism.  
Oregon Health Authority Remote, OR
Jan 30, 2023
Full time
REQ-117993 Close Date: Open until filled Salary: $5396 - $8292 Work Location: Work may be conducted remotely.   The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Acute and Communicable Disease Prevention (ACDP) section in Portland, Oregon has a career opportunity for a Senior Fiscal Analyst (Fiscal Analyst 3) to lead budgeting, cross-section coordination, expenditure analysis, and reporting processes on federal grants for surveillance, response, and prevention of acute and communicable disease threats, including COVID-19.   The work of this role may be conducted remotely with full access to the needed operating systems and technology.   What will you do? As the Senior Fiscal Analyst, you will support the Public Health Division (PHD) by forwarding a wide range of fiscal management, coordination, monitoring, analyzing, forecasting, and evaluation activities. You will be responsible for making decisions in the budget development process that have a significant impact on management and policy decisions.  This position supports the Acute and Communicable Disease Prevention (ACDP) section in the Public Health Division (PHD) of the Oregon Health Authority (OHA), with budgetary and financial management duties for the ACDP section and funds used by other programs in the division. The programs included in the scope of this position (directly and indirectly) operates under a biennial budget of over $500 million and 250 positions.   Acute and Communicable Disease Prevention Section Mission Statement: We believe that all people should have an equal opportunity to be free from communicable diseases and their health effects. Our mission is to protect, preserve, and promote the health and well-being of those living in Oregon. Through collaboration, we focus on exploring ways communities who have experienced historical injustice, trauma, or socio-economic disadvantage can empower themselves. Please click here to learn more about our health equity mission and work.   What are we looking for? Minimum Requirements: Six (6) years of progressively responsible experience that included the preparation, analysis, and administration of a budget or fiscal system. Experience must have included modeling and forecasting fiscal information. A bachelor's degree in business, public or non-profit management, finance, accounting, or a related degree (such as public policy, political science, public administration or other analytical or technical degree) may substitute for three (3) years of the required experience. A graduate-level degree in any of the above areas may substitute for four of the six (6) years. Requested Skills: Thorough knowledge of budgeting and financial processes, including support of management and staff through budget development and forecasting. Experience monitoring of actual costs to budget, development and analysis of fiscal policy, and financial planning and reporting Experience or knowledge of the programs for which this position has budget responsibility and working knowledge of other Agency programs and budgets. Experience with financial planning processes including budgeting, forecasting, collecting, organizing, and evaluating statistical information. Experience creating and providing budget reports and financial summaries (revenue and expenditure forecasts, caseload analysis, etc.). Experience coordinating grant applications and government contracts. Experience delivering customer service for both internal and external customers, and the ability to demonstrate initiative and independent judgment on an ongoing basis. Advanced skills in Microsoft Word and Excel and querying large data sets. Experience with interpreting and analyzing state and federal laws and guidance and determining any impacts of changes to these. Demonstrated commitment to professional development around cultural competence, diversity and inclusion and health equity. Experience creating, promoting, welcoming, and maintaining a culturally competent and diverse work environment.   Working Conditions: The work of this role may be conducted remotely with full access to the needed operating systems and technology. The Oregon Health Authority is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to workforce diversity and anti-racism.  
Oregon Health Authority Hillsboro, OR
Jan 30, 2023
Full time
REQ-118542 Close Date: 2/5/2023 Salary: $3,131 - $4,693 Work Location: On-Site, Hillsboro, OR The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Oregon State Public Health Laboratory (OSPHL) in Hillsboro, OR is recruiting for two Virology Laboratory Technicians (Medical Laboratory Technician 1) to provide analytical and specialized testing support for infectious diseases and agents of public health interest in the Virology/Immunology section of the Public Health Laboratory.   These are full-time, limited duration, classified positions which is represented by a union. Limited duration positions are benefit eligible. The duration of the positions is expected to last 17 months. This recruitment may be used to establish a list of qualified candidates to fill current and future vacancies.   The Oregon State Public Health Laboratory supports state and local infectious disease control efforts, screens newborns for heritable disorders detectable at birth, and assures the quality of testing in clinical and environmental laboratories.   What will you do? As the Virology Lab Technician , you will be responsible for the following duties: Quality assurance and control activities. Pre-analytical processing of clinical specimens. Monitoring and reviewing specimens and paperwork for clerical errors. Correctly handling and routing problems and priority specimens. Entering patient demographics and requested tests into the LIS. Correctly labeling and handling both specimens and paperwork so they travel to the next action point. Contacting submitters by phone and/or fax for missing information or clarification of the request and appropriate paperwork and collecting appropriate documentation. Organizing, sorting, and preparing V/I specimens in the appropriate manner for testing. Delivering specimens to the correct testing area. Preanalytical specimen setup. Assisting other MLT's with their duties and acting as backup. Correctly preparing referral specimens for send out.     The Oregon Health Authority is committed to: Eliminating health inequities in Oregon by 2030 Becoming an anti-racist organization Developing and promoting culturally and linguistically appropriate programs, and Developing and retaining a diverse, inclusive, and equitable workforce that represents the diversity, cultures, strengths, and values of the people of Oregon.   What we are looking for: Minimum Requirements One year of "technical trainee" experience as a laboratory assistant in a clinical laboratory; OR Completion of a certified clinical laboratory training program; OR A certificate or associate degree in an applied science from an accredited medical or clinical laboratory technician training program. Requested Skills Prior clinical laboratory experience preferred. Experience with all aspects of processing clinical specimens, such as organizing, sorting and preparing specimens for testing, labeling, handling and delivering specimens. Experience supporting laboratory functions, such as sterilizing and decontaminating equipment, maintaining and calibrating equipment on schedule. Data entry skills, preferably with confidential patent information. Experience conveying or correcting information in verbal and in written formats. Experience promoting a culturally competent and diverse work environment Outstanding client/customer service and phone skills. Experience promoting a culturally competent and diverse work environment   Working Conditions: The work in this role will be performed at the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory, located at 7202 NE Evergreen Pkwy, Hillsboro, OR 97124.   The Oregon Health Authority is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to workforce diversity and anti-racism.    
Oregon Health Authority Portland, OR
Jan 30, 2023
Full time
REQ-112009 Close Date: 2/5/2023 Salary: $2,823 – $3,707 Work Location: On-site, Portland, OR The Oregon Health Authority, Public Health Division, Vital Statistics Records – Center for Health Statistics in Portland, OR is recruiting for a Telephone Customer Service Representative to provide information to the public in English and in Spanish via telephone and in person regarding procedures for ordering vital records, eligibility for ordering records, and other miscellaneous information related to vital records and the Public Health Division. 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.   This is a full-time, permanent, classified position and is represented by a union. This recruitment may be used to establish a list of qualified candidates to fill current or future vacancies.   What will you do? As the Telephone Customer Service Representative, you will provide a high-level of professional, diplomatic customer service by phone in English and Spanish, handling up to 75 calls per day. You will also assist walk-in customers by explaining ordering processes using computer kiosks to ensure smooth processing of orders. You will answer a wide variety of questions about ordering procedures, who is eligible to order, and what the best options are for the customer, given time constraints. You will route specific questions about amendments or statistical reports to the proper staff member or other departments within the section as well as county, state, and federal office representatives. In addition, you will troubleshoot issues to assist callers who have placed orders but have not received the requested record. You will locate orders using the computer system or other index files, check closeouts for mailing dates, and send replacement copies. When dealing with complex issues, you will refer the customer to the supervisor for resolution.   What are we looking for? Minimum Requirements: One year of public contact experience (such as in public service representative, salesperson, or receptionist positions) which included answering questions and providing information. Requested Skills: Bilingual – English/Spanish language is required. Fluency in speaking, reading, and writing in English/Spanish. Fluency in Vietnamese and Russian is also preferred but not required. Experience providing Spanish translation services for customers who need assistance to order vital records. Experience learning, understanding, and applying policies and procedures to assigned work. Experience reviewing and approving applications or documents for completeness. Experience organizing a high volume of work that requires accuracy and attention to detail. Proficient keyboarding skills to enter accurate information while conversing on the telephone. Minimum typing speed of 65 wpm with a high degree of accuracy. https://official-typing-test.com/ Experience keeping all confidential data secure whether working onsite or remotely. Must have experience as a proactive member of a collaborative team with the ability to build and maintain positive working relationships. Experience promoting a culturally competent and diverse work environment.   Working Conditions: The work of this position is performed on-site at the Oregon Health Authority Public Health Division, 800 NE Oregon St, Portland, OR 97232.   The Oregon Health Authority is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to workforce diversity and anti-racism.      
Oregon Health Authority Portland, OR
Jan 30, 2023
Full time
REQ-118509 Close Date: 2/5/2023 Work Location: Portland, OR (Hybrid) The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Acute and Communicable Disease Prevention Section in Portland, Oregon has a career opportunity for an Adult Viral Hepatitis Prevention Coordinator (Program Analyst 3) to coordinates Oregon’s efforts to eliminate viral hepatitis in Oregon by 2030.  This is a part-time (approximately 30 hours per week), permanent, classified position which is represented by a union. This recruitment may be used to establish a list of qualified candidates to fill current and future vacancies.  The Acute and Communicable Disease Prevention Section is charged with preventing the spread of communicable disease in the State of Oregon through surveillance and epidemiologic studies as well as education and preventive actions.   What will you do? As the Adult Viral Hepatitis Prevention Coordinator , you will plan, manage, and evaluate efforts to prevent the transmission of viral hepatitis and implement Oregon’s viral hepatitis elimination plan Oregon. You’ll collaborate with local health departments, other state agencies, laboratories, healthcare systems, and community-based organizations to increase rates of screening, vaccination, and treatment of viral hepatitis, and serve as primary liaison to the Oregon Viral Hepatitis Collective; OHA’s Immunization, HIV/STI/TB, Health Security and Preparedness, and Medicaid programs; Department of Corrections and county jail health partners; local public and mental health authorities; academic and clinical partners; health insurers, including coordinated care organizations; community-based organizations serving people at risk of viral hepatitis; and members of the community at risk for viral hepatitis. In addition, you will identify and promote clinician training on screening and treatment for viral hepatitis; provide technical assistance for prevention and control of viral hepatitis, assists with outbreak investigations, and develop educational materials for general audiences; and manage the Viral Hepatitis Program web site.   What we are looking for: Minimum Requirements A Bachelor's Degree in Business or Public Administration, Behavioral or Social Sciences, or a related degree; and four years of experience coordinating or administering a program OR; Any combination of experience or education equivalent to seven years of experience that typically supports the knowledge and skill requirements listed for the classification. Requested Skills Experience with public health program concepts, practices, and procedures, particularly in respect to screening programs and vaccination programs. Experience or knowledge of national trends and research of viral hepatitis prevention and treatment. Experience with program design, planning, and development. Experience with principles and methods of data collection, analysis, and evaluation. Experience advising and consulting with laboratory partners and state public health officials. Experience with identifying measures or indicators of system performance and the actions needed to improve or correct performance, relative to the goals of the system. Experience in designing and revising web content. Skill to motivate, develop and direct people as they work. Ability to summarize data and draft technical and narrative reports, grants, and contract proposals. Must be an effective communicator capable of interacting with a diverse range of people. Experience promoting a culturally competent and diverse work environment.   Working Conditions: Hybrid with frequent in-state (Oregon) travel. This position is located at the Oregon Health Authority Public Health Division, 800 NE Oregon St, Portland, OR 97232.   The Oregon Health Authority is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to workforce diversity and anti-racism.    
Oregon Health Authority Portland, OR
Jan 30, 2023
Full time
REQ-118509 Close Date: 2/5/2023 Salary: $5,148 - $7,902 Work Location: Portland, OR (Hybrid) The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Acute and Communicable Disease Prevention Section in Portland, Oregon has a career opportunity for an Adult Viral Hepatitis Prevention Coordinator (Program Analyst 3) to coordinates Oregon’s efforts to eliminate viral hepatitis in Oregon by 2030.   This is a part-time (approximately 30 hours per week), permanent, classified position which is represented by a union. This recruitment may be used to establish a list of qualified candidates to fill current and future vacancies.   The Acute and Communicable Disease Prevention Section is charged with preventing the spread of communicable disease in the State of Oregon through surveillance and epidemiologic studies as well as education and preventive actions.   What will you do? As the Adult Viral Hepatitis Prevention Coordinator , you will plan, manage, and evaluate efforts to prevent the transmission of viral hepatitis and implement Oregon’s viral hepatitis elimination plan Oregon. You’ll collaborate with local health departments, other state agencies, laboratories, healthcare systems, and community-based organizations to increase rates of screening, vaccination, and treatment of viral hepatitis, and serve as primary liaison to the Oregon Viral Hepatitis Collective; OHA’s Immunization, HIV/STI/TB, Health Security and Preparedness, and Medicaid programs; Department of Corrections and county jail health partners; local public and mental health authorities; academic and clinical partners; health insurers, including coordinated care organizations; community-based organizations serving people at risk of viral hepatitis; and members of the community at risk for viral hepatitis. In addition, you will identify and promote clinician training on screening and treatment for viral hepatitis; provide technical assistance for prevention and control of viral hepatitis, assists with outbreak investigations, and develop educational materials for general audiences; and manage the Viral Hepatitis Program web site.   What we are looking for: Minimum Requirements A Bachelor's Degree in Business or Public Administration, Behavioral or Social Sciences, or a related degree; and four years of experience coordinating or administering a program OR; Any combination of experience or education equivalent to seven years of experience that typically supports the knowledge and skill requirements listed for the classification. Requested Skills Experience with public health program concepts, practices, and procedures, particularly in respect to screening programs and vaccination programs. Experience or knowledge of national trends and research of viral hepatitis prevention and treatment. Experience with program design, planning, and development. Experience with principles and methods of data collection, analysis, and evaluation. Experience advising and consulting with laboratory partners and state public health officials. Experience with identifying measures or indicators of system performance and the actions needed to improve or correct performance, relative to the goals of the system. Experience in designing and revising web content. Skill to motivate, develop and direct people as they work. Ability to summarize data and draft technical and narrative reports, grants, and contract proposals. Must be an effective communicator capable of interacting with a diverse range of people. Experience promoting a culturally competent and diverse work environment.   Working Conditions: Hybrid with frequent in-state (Oregon) travel. This position is located at the Oregon Health Authority Public Health Division, 800 NE Oregon St, Portland, OR 97232.   The Oregon Health Authority is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to workforce diversity and anti-racism.    
Oregon Health Authority Hillsboro, OR
Jan 30, 2023
Full time
REQ-118544 Close Date: 2/5/2023 Salary: $3,131 - $4,693 Work Location: On-Site, Hillsboro, OR  The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Oregon State Public Health Laboratory (OSPHL) in Hillsboro, OR is recruiting for three Specimen Receiving & Processing Technician (Medical Laboratory Technician 1) to provide analytical and specialized testing support for infectious diseases and agents.  These are full-time, limited duration, classified positions which is represented by a union. Limited duration positions are benefit eligible. The duration of the positions is expected to last 17 months. This recruitment may be used to establish a list of qualified candidates to fill current and future vacancies. The Oregon State Public Health Laboratory supports state and local infectious disease control efforts, screens newborns for heritable disorders detectable at birth, and assures the quality of testing in clinical and environmental laboratories.   What will you do? As the Specimen Receiving & Processing Technician , you  will provide preanalytical specimen task support which includes specimen receiving, data entry, racking, kit assembly and distribution. This position functions within the programs by receiving and processing test samples received, preparing and shipping test collection kits, preparing and shipping infectious and diagnostic samples, entering data, reviewing reports, processing mail, and proofing and correcting data. What we are looking for: Minimum Requirements One year of "technical trainee" experience as a laboratory assistant in a clinical laboratory; OR Completion of a certified clinical laboratory training program; OR A certificate or associate degree in an applied science from an accredited medical or clinical laboratory technician training program. Requested Skills Prior clinical laboratory experience preferred. Experience with all aspects of processing clinical specimens, such as organizing, sorting and preparing specimens for testing, labeling, handling and delivering specimens. Experience supporting laboratory functions, such as sterilizing and decontaminating equipment, maintaining and calibrating equipment on schedule. Data entry skills, preferably with confidential patent information. Experience conveying or correcting information in verbal and in written formats. Outstanding client/customer service and phone skills. Experience promoting a culturally competent and diverse work environment   Working Conditions: The work in this role will be performed at the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory, located at 7202 NE Evergreen Pkwy, Hillsboro, OR 97124.   The Oregon Health Authority is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to workforce diversity and anti-racism.      
Oregon Health Authority Salem, OR
Jan 30, 2023
Full time
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) has a fantastic opportunity for an Administrative Assistant to join an excellent team and work to advance their career.   The Office of Information Service’s mission is to deliver technology solutions and services that support Oregon Health Authority and Oregon Department of Health Services in helping Oregonians achieve health, well-being, and independence.   More information about the Office of Information Services and current job opportunities can be found here.   The Oregon Health Authority is committed to: Eliminating health inequities in Oregon by 2030 Becoming an anti-racist organization Developing and promoting culturally and linguistically appropriate programs, Developing and retaining a diverse, inclusive, and equitable workforce that represents the diversity, cultures, strengths, and values of the people of Oregon. Click here to learn more about OHA’s mission, vision, and core values.   This is a full-time permanent opportunity for anyone to apply. This position is a classified position represented by a union.   This position falls under the Administrative Specialist 1 classification.   What's in it for you? Medical, vision, and dental benefits 11 paid holidays 8 hours of vacation per month, eligible to be used after 6 months of service 8 hours of sick leave per month, eligible to be used as accrued 24 hours of personal business leave per fiscal year, eligible to be used after 6 months of service Pension and retirement programs  Opportunity to potentially receive loan forgiveness under the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (PSLF) Continuous growth and development opportunities Opportunities to serve your community and make an impact through meaningful work A healthy work/life balance, including fulltime remote options as well   What you will do! The Administrative Specialist 1 assists the Solutions Development and Delivery Administrative Specialist 2 position in providing administrative, clerical and office management support ensuring clerical and logistical functions of the section operate in a timely and orderly fashion.   What we are looking for! MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: (Please clearly outline how you meet the minimum requirements and special qualifications in your application/resume/cover letter. Failure to do so might disqualify you from consideration)   Three years of clerical/secretarial experience that included: Two years at a full performance level performing typing, word processing, spreadsheet operations, or other generation of documents AND lead work responsibility or coordination of office procedures. Courses or training in Office Occupations or Office Technology may be substituted for up to one year of the clerical/secretarial experience. Work in a team environment, to include sharing of work product utilizing products such as Google Docs, One Drive, Microsoft Teams/Sharepoint, Dropbox, Amazon Cloud Drive, etc. No substitution will be made for the two years at the full performance level.   Desired Attributes At the time of hire, the person in this position must possess demonstrated experience, skill, and knowledge in the following: The ideal candidate should possess these requested skills: Outstanding customer service skills Reliable and dependable Strong and accurate written and verbal communication skills Excellent proofreading skills Strong interpersonal skills Flexibility to adapt to a rapidly changing and at times non-routine work environment with frequent interruptions Experience with organizing and coordinating all details of meetings Experience developing office procedures Experience assisting with coordinating interview materials Strong meeting minutes experience Strong organizational skills Strong Word, Excel, and Outlook calendaring skills Conflict resolution skills Ability to work independently and as part of a team Good work ethic
Oregon Health Authority Salem, OR
Jan 22, 2023
Full time
The Oregon State Hospital, a division of the Oregon Health Authority , has a fantastic opportunity for a Program NURSE MANAGER to join an excellent team working to help people recover from their illness and return to their lives in the community.   What you will do! The Program Nurse Manager is responsible for supervising, monitoring and evaluating the performance of staff working on his/her shift, as well as, assigned Relief Pool staff.  Works in collaboration with unit and program management to establish and operationalize policies, procedures and protocols to guide patient care/treatment and maintain compliance with state and federal law as well applicable regulatory and accrediting agency standards. This position works collaboratively with the Centralized Staffing Office and plans, organizes, schedules, supervises, and evaluates nursing services, activities and program to assure delivery of the highest quality mental health treatment and care consistent with resources available. 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. Minimum qualifications At the time of application, possess a valid Oregon Registered Professional Nurse's license AND three years of nursing experience including some supervisory and/or teaching experience which demonstrates knowledge of: Nursing techniques and therapeutic intervention used in care and treatment of patients with mental illness. Supervisory techniques and work management of subordinate personnel Administrative and educational principles and practices involved in nursing administration. Additional preferred skills Excellent leadership, role modeling, problem solving and written/verbal communication skills. Excellent knowledge of health care regulations and effective interpersonal skills Experience in advancing health equity, addressing systemic health disparities and collaborating with diverse, vulnerable and underrepresented populations. How To Apply: Click Here to Apply->  REQ-117854-1
Oregon Health Authority Salem, OR
Jan 20, 2023
Full time
Clinical Psychologist, Salem campus Salary Range: $6,230 - $10,534 Are you looking to start your career as a clinical psychologist and make a difference in the lives of people with mental illness? Or are you a current psychologist looking for an institution dedicated to inspiring hope, promoting safety and supporting recovery 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 suicide 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 ($6,483.00 - $9,968.00 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.   UNDERFILL OPTION Clinical Psychologist 1 ($5,896.00 - $9,062.00 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. REQUESTED SKILLS: 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.  
Oregon Health Authority
Jan 20, 2023
Full time
Clinical Psychologist, Junction City campus Salary Range: $6,230 - $10,534 monthly Are you looking to start your career in the field of clinical psychology and make a difference in the lives of people with mental illness? Or are you a current psychology graduate with your Master’s or Doctorate and looking for an institution dedicated to inspiring hope, promoting safety and supporting recovery for patients entrusted to their care? If so, check out the following opportunity at the Oregon State Hospital's Salem and Junction City campuses. 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 suicide 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 ($6,851.00 - $10,534.00 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.   UNDERFILL OPTION Clinical Psychologist 1 ($6,230.00 - $9,577.00 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."  REQUESTED SKILLS: 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.
Oregon Health Authority Salem, OR
Jan 20, 2023
Full time
Behavioral Health Specialist 2, multiple locations! Salary Range: $4,693 - $7,180 monthly   Oregon State Hospital is seeking Behavioral Health Specialists for both their Salem and Junction City locations. If you have experience developing and providing specialized treatment services that focus on evidence based psychotherapeutic and psychoeducational treatment, for both groups and individuals, we need you to apply today! What you will do! Provide group and individual services! Document services and progress in support plans! Provide in-service training and mentoring to unit and program staff! Develop, review, and implement individualized behavioral support plans! Interview patients to obtain pertinent information related to current behavioral and psychological functioning!  What's in it for you? Full-time employment in two Oregon locations! The heart of our capital, Salem ; and Junction City , just outside of beautiful Eugene . A position where your input and contributions impact the citizens of Oregon  8 hours of vacation leave and 8 hours of sick leave per month  Nearly unbeatable medical, vision, and dental benefits Pension and retirement programs   WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR: A Master’s degree in psychology; social work; recreational, art, or music therapy; or behavioral health science AND two years of progressively responsible experience related to the series concept (behavioral health). OR A Bachelor’s degree in nursing or occupational therapy AND licensed by the State of Oregon AND three years of progressively responsible experience related to the series concept (behavioral health).   Preference for master’s degree in a behavioral health science field. Preference for individuals with experience in providing substance use treatment or working with individuals in preparing and adjusting to a substance free lifestyle. Experience in creating and maintaining a work environment that is respectful and accepting of diversity among team members and the people we serve. Experience developing and implementing evidence based psychotherapeutic and psychoeducation treatment interventions, groups and individual interventions. Knowledge of evidence-based interventions for individuals with serious mental illness. Experience in providing training to program staff. Strong skills for working as a collaborative member of a team.  
Oregon Health Authority Salem, OR
Jan 20, 2023
Full time
Pharmacy Manager 1 Salary Range: $10,023 - $14,776 monthly Oregon State Hospital’s Pharmacy is seeking a Registered Pharmacist to serve as manager to a great team! The state of Oregon offers amazing benefits and advancement opportunities. We want you to apply today! What you will do! You will prioritize, supervise, and support the daily work of a clinical pharmacy team! You will provide clinical oversight and consultation! You will coordinate orientation, training, and competency verification for all staff supervised! You will perform medication utilization evaluations! And so much more!   We offer a workplace that balances productivity with enjoyment; promote an atmosphere of mutual respect, dedication, and enthusiasm. 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 . We also offer other benefits such as Employee Assistance Plan and Flexible Spending accounts.   WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR: MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS A current Pharmacist's license issued by the Oregon State Board of Pharmacy and one year of experience providing pharmaceutical services. SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS A PharmD degree from an accredited School of Pharmacy and registration as a Pharmacist by the Oregon State Board of Pharmacy.  REQUESTED ATTRIBUTES Experience in advancing health equity, addressing systemic health inequities and collaborating with diverse communities most harmed by social injustice and health inequities. Must have a valid Oregon driver's license or the ability to provide alternate means of transportation for the purposes of travel between Salem and Junction City campuses. Must be able to flex hours or work additional shifts when necessary to complete time sensitive projects or ensure the safe and efficient operation of the facility. PGY1 pharmacy residency with psycho-pharmacotherapy experience, or PGY2 psychiatric residency. Experience with coordinating day-to-day clinical functions of a pharmacy. Experience supervising pharmacy residents, pharmacy technicians, and clinical pharmacists. Experience working with interdisciplinary treatment teams and providing pharmacotherapy consultation.  
Oregon Health Authority
Jan 20, 2023
Full time
Behavioral Health Specialist 2 (SOTP) Salary Range: $4,693 - $7,180 monthly   Oregon State Hospital’s Psychology Department is seeking a Behavioral Health Specialist with our Sexual Offender Treatment Program. If you have experience or training with SO Treatment, we want you to apply today! What you will do! You will interview patients to obtain pertinent information and administer assessments/tests/questionnaires to help identifying treatment needs and progress! You will consult with Interdisciplinary Treatment Teams! You will provide in-service training to treatment staff! You will develop, implement, and evaluate efficacy of positive reinforcement plans, patient engagement plans, and behavioral support plans! You will provide group and individual treatment for individuals with a history of problematic sexual behaviors! 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: A Bachelor’s degree in nursing or occupational therapy AND licensed by the State of Oregon AND three years of progressively responsible experience related to the series concept; OR a Master’s degree in ; social work; recreational, art, or music therapy; or behavioral health science AND two years of progressively responsible experience related to the series concept. Must be eligible for certification with Oregon’s Sexual Offense Treatment Board  Experience in creating and maintaining a work environment that is respectful and accepting of diversity among team members and the people we serve. Experience developing and implementing evidence based psychotherapeutic and psychoeducation treatment interventions; groups and individual interventions. Experience in providing training to unit and program staff. Preference for Master’s degree in a behavioral health science field. Preference for individuals with experience providing assessment and/or treatment to patients with problematic sexual behaviors. Experience/training collaborating in Interdisciplinary Treatment (IDT)
Oregon Health Authority Salem, OR
Jan 20, 2023
Full time
Behavioral Health Specialist 2 (DBT specific) Salary Range: $4,693 - $7,180 monthly   Are you a clinician trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and have a desire to work directly with patients develop their skills as part of a DBT program? Oregon State Hospital (OSH) is seeking just such an individual to assist with providing group and individual services to patients as part of our DBT program.  Our primary goal to help people recover from their illness and return to the community by their involvement with the DBT programming. Services at OSH, in general, include psychiatric evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment, as well as community outreach and peer support. Want to be part of this amazing team? Apply today! What you will do! You will provide training to treatment staff. You will provide treatment services, primarily DBT based, to patients.         You will participate in consultation to with Interdisciplinary Treatment Teams. You will assist with psychological evaluations through patient interviews and administering assessments. What's in it for you? We offer a workplace that balances productivity with enjoyment; promote an atmosphere of mutual respect, dedication, and enthusiasm. 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 .    WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR:   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS A Bachelor’s degree in nursing or occupational therapy AND licensed by the State of Oregon AND three years of progressively responsible experience related to the series concept (treating clients suffering from either alcohol/drug abuse or mental/emotional disturbance); OR A Master’s degree in psychology, social work, recreational, art, or music therapy, or behavioral health science AND two years of progressively responsible experience related to the series concept (treating clients suffering from either alcohol/drug abuse or mental/emotional disturbance).   REQUESTED ATTRIBUTES Experience in creating and maintaining a work environment that is respectful and accepting of diversity among team members and the people we serve. Training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and experience providing therapeutic skills in four key areas of DBT: Mindfulness, Distress Tolerance, Emotion Regulation, and Interpersonal Effectiveness. Experience providing: Individual (one-to-one) therapy Skills-training sessions, usually in the form of groups Providing clients with in-the-moment coaching on how to use skills to effectively cope with difficult situations Supporting and collaborating with DBT providers in their work with people who often have severe, complex, difficult-to-treat disorders