81 job(s) at Oregon Health Authority

Oregon Health Authority Salem, OR
Aug 09, 2022
Full time
The Oregon State Hospital, a division of the Oregon Health Authority , has a great opportunity for a Dietitian who practices empathy and seeks to build relationships with patients and staff that fosters collaboration. Here at the Oregon State Hospital we are healing individuals that were emotionally and socially injured, inspiring hope and promoting safety. About Oregon State Hospital Oregon State Hospital (OSH) is a psychiatric hospital, the hospital's primary goal is to help people recuperate from their illness and return to their lives in the community. Employees play an essential role in achieving the hospital's vision to be a psychiatric hospital that inspires hope, promotes safety, and supports recovery for all.   What you will do! As the Dietitian, you will use advanced professional level of knowledge, expertise, and authority to support the patient’s recovery and metabolic health.  The majority of your duties will include: Completing nutrition assessments and determining the nutrition diagnosis Planning and implementing nutrition interventions tailored to the patients’ needs  Measuring progress and documenting all aspect of the patient’s nutrition care. Collaborating with the Interdisciplinary team and other staff members to achieve common goals and to optimate delivery of service Reviewing and modifying Diet and Diet Supplement orders Creating individualized meal plans based on therapeutic need or when the standard diets offered are contraindicated. Contributing to the department’s overall productivity, improving processes and helping co-workers   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 fill one (1) permanent, full-time position located in Salem, Oregon and will offer support, as needed, in Junction City, Oregon.  This is a classified position and is represented by a union. This recruitment may be used to fill future positions as they occur.    WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR: Minimum Qualifications A Bachelor’s degree that includes coursework that satisfies acceptance criteria for Dietetic internship AND completion of required dietetics coursework and supervised practice through a Didactic Program in Dietetics and Dietetic Internship or a Coordinated Program in Dietetics accredited by the Accreditation Council for Education and Nutrition in Dietetics; AND Active status as a Registered Dietitian by the Commission on Dietetic Registration; AND Three years of work experience as a Registered Dietitian. Requested Skills Experience working in Mental Health Proficient at using electronic health records, food service software (Computrition) and other technologies Experience in creating and maintaining a work environment that is respectful and accepting of diversity among team members and the people we serve.   How to apply: Complete the online application at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-98912 Application Deadline: 8/21/2022
Oregon Health Authority Portland, OR
Aug 05, 2022
Full time
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), HIV/STD/TB Section in Portland, Oregon has a career opportunity for a Fiscal Analyst (Fiscal Analyst 2) , to coordinate fiscal operations in support of programs that provide communicable disease prevention and treatment services to Oregonians.   This is a full-time, permanent, classified position which is represented by a union. This recruitment may be used to establish a list of qualified candidates to fill current or future vacancies.   Working Conditions: Work may be conducted remotely with full access to the needed operating systems and technology. In office space is also available. There may be times that the work will need to be conducted in-person and at the primary work location: Portland State Office Building located at 800 NE Oregon Street, Portland, OR 97232.   What will you do? You will serve as the primary Fiscal Analyst for STD and HIV Prevention programs. You will be responsible for developing and monitoring federal grant and project related budgets, coordinating the development, and monitoring of contracts and amendments; processing invoices, tracking, and regularly producing financial status reports. You will conduct quality assurance activities and develop fiscal and grant/contract management procedures to ensure financial activities meet state and federal requirements. You will report directly to the HST Section Manager and work daily with other fiscal analysts, program managers and partners to ensure program compliance and to achieve program goals.   What's in it for you? Opportunities for career growth and development within state government are vast! We offer generous medical, vision, and dental benefits with paid sick leave, vacation, personal leave, and 11 paid holidays a year. In addition, we offer pension and retirement .   What are we looking for? Minimum Requirements: Five (5) 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. OR A bachelor’s degree and two (2) years of progressively responsible experience that included two years of preparing, analyzing, and administering of a budget or fiscal system; OR two years of professional-level experience in accounting, fiscal auditing, management, or program analysis. OR A master’s degree and one (1) year of progressively responsible experience that included one year of preparing, analyzing, and administering of a budget or fiscal system; OR one year of professional-level experience in accounting, fiscal auditing, management, or program analysis. Requested Skills: Managing all phases of budget development including preparation, analysis, administration, modeling, and forecasting. Working with accounting systems and software. Querying complex databases to extract data needed to build financial reports and documentation. Performing analysis of complex financial issues to recognize problems and discrepancies and determining recommended actions. Communicating financial data and information to funders, contractors, and partners. Developing/writing fiscal policies and procedures. Proficient in MS Office, expert-level experience in MS Excel. Promoting a culturally competent and diverse work environment. Complete the online application at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-96138 Close date: 8/21/2022 Salary: $4,693 - $7,180
Oregon Health Authority Salem, OR
Aug 03, 2022
Full time
Oregon State Hospital is seeking a Procurement & Contract Assistant for their Warehouse operations. You will perform purchasing of General, Office, Janitorial, Forms, Medical, Clothing, and Laundry, and Equipment. You will perform centralized inventory management of these supply categories to support hospital programs in the daily operations. You will make daily computer entries of all receipts and purchases in CMMS inventory system. You will also update and provide statistical data, reports, and you will maintain procurement related records. You will work closely with the Office of Contracts and Procurement, OSH Business Services, and the Warehouse Manager. Sound like an interesting position? Want to join our team? Apply today! What's in it for you? 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: MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Two years of clerical-support experience in a related fields such as general business, accounting, contracts, purchasing, or project administration support. Associates degree or higher will substitute for the experience. A one-year certificate in supply chain, logistics management, procurement, or a related field will substitute for one year of experience. Experience in creating and maintaining a work environment that is respectful and accepting of diversity among team members and the people we serve. REQUESTED ATTRIBUTES Experience interpreting program needs into product and service needs. Experience working with staff to determine urgency, needs, and arrange for appropriate delivery. Experience determining availability of funds or budget management. Experience selecting vendors according to the existing contracts and market research. Experience managing inventory and ordering databases. Experience locating sources for supplies and services and comparing cost, quality and availability.   How to apply: Complete the online application at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-104324 Application Deadline: 08/14/2022
Oregon Health Authority Salem, Oregon, USA
Jul 29, 2022
Full time
The Oregon State Hospital is seeking a new team member to provide  stellar support in the recruitment of staff across clinical disciplines and the coordination and onboarding of psychiatric academic rotations overseen by the Chief Medical Officer.  Sound interesting? Apply Today! What you will do! You will consult with hiring managers and HR to review, and execute directed recruitment plan strategies. You will coordinate interview panels, schedule interviews and prepare interview documents!  as You will coordinate the onboarding and offboarding of psychiatry academic rotations for Nurse Practitioners, Medical Residents, Medical Students and Fellows. You will assess, track,and manage Locums presentations for specified needs, skills, and competencies! You will coordinate, facilitate, and track education/rotation opportunities! What's in it for you? 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   REQUIRED ATTRIBUTES: Three years of clerical/secretarial experience that included: Two years at a full performance level performing typing, word processing, or other generation of documents AND lead work responsibility or coordination of office procedures.   Courses or training in Office Occupations or Office Technology may be substituted for up to one year of the clerical/secretarial experience.   No substitution will be made for the two years at the full performance level.   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. Must have excellent customer service skills, with the ability to effectively communicate detailed information, both orally and in writing to a broad spectrum of leadership, universities, stakeholders, and employeeswithin the agency. Communication must be at a professional level with attention to grammar, spelling, and punctuation. Proficiency in Outlook, Microsoft Word, Access, and Excel. 3 years office experience, preferrably in a medical setting. Strong organizational skills. Ability to work with people who have diverse interests and a willingness to participate as a member of a high-functioning team.   How to apply: Complete the online application at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-104302
Oregon Health Authority Salem, OR
Jul 22, 2022
Full time
Do you have experience as an Administrative or Executive support person? Would you like to work in a position that changes lives for the better? As a team member of Oregon State Hospital’s Chief Medical Administration Office, you will work closely with the Director of Treatment Services in providing executive level support through actively participating in management team meetings, partnering and communicating with stakeholders and conducting the purchasing, ordering, and technology procurement needs across the clinical disciplines. Sound intriguing? Apply today!   What's in it for you? 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: Three years of clerical/secretarial experience which included: one year at a full performance level performing typing, word processing, or other generating 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. No substitution will be made for the one year at the full performance level. Experience in creating and maintaining a work environment that is respectful and accepting of diversity among team members and the people we serve. Preference will be given to candidates who meet the following requests: Excellent computer skills to include knowledge of Microsoft Word, Access, Publisher, PowerPoint, and Excel. Minimum 3 years office experience, preferably in a medical setting. Strong organizational skills. Previous procurement training or ability to attend such trainings. Accounting and/or budget experience. Negotiation experience. Excellent written and oral communication skills. How to apply: Complete the online application at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-103671 Application Deadline: 08/04/2022
Oregon Health Authority Salem, OR
Jul 22, 2022
Full time
Do you have experience developing, implementing policies and programs at the community, state, and/or national level that promote equity and inclusion and reduce disparities? We are hiring for multiple Operations & Policy Analyst 3 positions with the Health Systems Division. This posting will remain active until all positions are filled. The first wave of applications will be pulled on Monday, August 1st at 8am. The date for pulling a second wave of applications will be dependent on the need to identify additional candidates once first wave candidates have been reviewed. Please be aware that this may take several weeks.   Positions linked to this posting: DMEPOS Policy Analyst . The Medicaid Policy Analyst serves as a key policy advisor for the Health Systems Division, Oregon's State Medicaid Agency; representing the agency and division by explaining program activities, policy issues and proposed legislation to legislators, federal and state agencies, the public and stakeholders. The policy analyst develops regulatory policy, standards, and procedures that deal with complex regulatory situations in which policy is not clearly defined. The primary purpose of this position is to develop regulatory policy standards and procedures to operationalize the various complex components of the Medical Durable Medical Equipment program. SBHS & Dental Policy Analyst (management service). The Medicaid Policy Analyst serves as a key policy advisor for the Health Systems Division, Oregon's State Medicaid Agency; representing the agency and division by explaining program activities, policy issues and proposed legislation to legislators, federal and state agencies, the public and stakeholders. The policy analyst develops regulatory policy, standards, and procedures that deal with complex regulatory situations in which policy is not clearly defined. The primary purpose of this position is to lead, plan, and coordination policy for the Oregon Health Plan’s (OHP) Dental and School Based Health Services programs. QA & Compliance Specialist. The Quality Assurance and Compliance (QAC) Specialist serves as a key advisor of broad ranging continuous quality assurance improvement strategies in the managed care delivery system. This position participates in the development of program administrative rules and contractual requirements that deal with complex regulatory situations in which policy is not clearly defined. This position provides consultative advice and direction on administrative, policy, programmatic and management aspects of quality management operations to executive management. The QAC Specialist ensures adherence to standards for quality and access to care by Managed Care Organizations. Behavioral Health Equity & Inclusion Analyst. The position reports to the Behavioral Health Equity and Community Partnership Director in the Health Systems Division and works in tandem with OHA’s Office of Equity and Inclusion. It is part of a team of behavioral health equity specialists dedicated to eliminating health inequities in the behavioral health system. The behavioral health system is complex and encompasses both mental health and substance use disorders. It covers the continuum of prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery support services . M110 Public Health Strategist. The person in this position works closely with the Alcohol and Drug Policy Commission to provide information on projects, align projects with the strategic vision and provide expertise on operational successes and challenges. Externally this position provides technical assistance to local government and community providers so they may expand existing services and develop infrastructure for services serving BIPOC, rural and frontier communities. Similar work focusses on expanding the peer workforce to respond to and engage individuals in medical settings whose substance use disorder has resulted in significant physical health challenges and/or non-fatal overdose. Internally, the position requires extensive partnership, collaboration and program design with the Public Health Division (state and local) as it relates to the surveillance and response to overdose clusters and infectious diseases related to substance use disorders. Program Implementation Strategist. The purpose of this position is to provide leadership, development, implementation and accountability of substance use disorder and veterans behavioral health programs initiated by the Legislature, Governor's Office or OHA leadership. The employee focuses specifically on identifying key stakeholders, designing the scope of work as outlined by the initiative, developing associated policy and program materials, facilitating weekly/monthly program site meetings, as well as monitoring system performance and outcomes of the project. The person in this position works closely with the Alcohol and Drug Policy Commission to provide information on projects, align projects with the strategic vision and provide expertise on operational successes and challenges.   What’s in it for you! A workplace that balances productivity with creativity and encourages learning and mentoring. Meaningful work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment with colleagues who are passionate about public service and committed to pursuing equity-centered, community-led collaborative action. A workplace that fosters fairness, equity, and inclusion to maintain a workplace environment where everyone is treated with respect and dignity regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, age, veteran status, disability, or status as a victim of domestic violence, harassment, sexual assault, or stalking. This policy applies to every aspect of our employment practices, including recruitment, hiring, retention, promotion, and training. Opportunities to work from your home office or other OHA locations. Please note, a majority of these positions are hybrid (remote and in-person) positions that require frequent contact and work with a variety of clinical and professional staff in a variety of office, virtual and meeting room settings. 8 hours of vacation leave and 8 hours of sick leave per month 24 hours of personal business leave and 11 paid holidays per year Nearly unbeatable medical, vision, and dental benefits Pension and retirement programs Employee Assistance Plan, Flexible Spending Accounts, additional leave options, and much more!   WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR! Required 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. How to Apply : Complete the application online at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-103394 Deadline: open until filled
Oregon Health Authority Salem, OR
Jul 22, 2022
Full time
Oregon State Hospital (OSH) has is seeking a Nurse Practitioner for the Medical Clinic.  OSH provides patient-centered, psychiatric treatment for adults from throughout the state who need hospital-level care. The hospital's primary goal is to help people recover from their illness and return to the community. Services include psychiatric evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment, as well as community outreach and peer support. Additionally, we have a fully staffed medical clinic on campus to serve our patients physical needs. The Medical Clinic provides medical service comprised of clinics (medical, cardiology, neurology, dermatology, orthopedics, optometry, audiology and podiatry) EEG, EKG, Radiology, and Medical Laboratory.  Patients from throughout OSH Salem, and Junction City campuses, are referred to the Medical Clinic. In this position you will report to the Chief of Medicine and collaborates with the Medical Clinic Nurse Manager. You will perform admission history and physicals, annual physical and collaborate with the clinic doctors to provide ambulatory medical care. You will also participate in general nursing administration duties such as documentation and consulting. What's in it for you? 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 current Nurse Practitioners and Registered Nurse license issued by the Oregon State Board of Nursing. Experience in advancing health equity, addressing systemic health inequities and collaborating with diverse communities most harmed by social injustice and health inequities. Experience in diagnosing and treating both acute and chronic medical problems. Skilled in collaborating with multiple disciplines.   How to apply: Complete the online application at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-103393 Application Deadline: 08/09/2022
Oregon Health Authority Salem, OR
Jul 22, 2022
Full time
Oregon State Hospital  (OSH) has is seeking a Nurse Epidemiologist for the Infection Prevention department.  OSH provides patient-centered, psychiatric treatment for adults from throughout the state who need hospital-level care. The hospital's primary goal is to help people recover from their illness and return to the community. Services include psychiatric evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment, as well as community outreach and peer support. The Infection Prevention and Control Program is designed to reduce to the lowest extent possible; hospital acquired infections for patients and occupationally acquired infections for healthcare personnel by emphasizing early recognition of risk and use of prevention and control measures.  Develop, review and revise infection control policies based on epidemiological principles, government recommendations and scientific findings in accordance with regulatory agencies.  The Infection Prevention Program is advisory to all units of the hospital. Responsibilities include: Surveillance of present on admission, healthcare associated and occupationally acquired infections including two-step tuberculosis screenings; review of policies and procedures, including those for cleaning, disinfection, sterilization and specimen handling; collaboration with (QI) Risk Management as appropriate; providing required infection prevention  and blood borne pathogen education as well as education deemed necessary through data trending, inquiry or direct observation.  Assure reporting of communicable diseases to the Public Health Department.  Conducting and reporting quality improvement studies regarding infection prevention; monitor hospital environmental cleanliness; the respiratory protection plan; the exposure control plan; institute emergency control measures or special investigations if there is reason to believe that a nosocomial infection danger exists for patients or hospital personnel as directed by the Chief of Medicine or Deputy chief Nursing Officer, Med. Dept. What's in it for you? 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: MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS A Bachelor's degree in Nursing which includes courses in Epidemiology, Infectious Disease, Microbiology, Public Health, Statistics, and Nursing Administration and two years of nursing experience. Preference will be given for experience in epidemiologic field investigation and/or epidemiologic research. WORKING CONDITIONS Must be able to work under the following condition with or without reasonable accommodations. Occupational exposure evaluation. This position will require coverage for both Junction City and Salem campuses. Approximately 20% in Junction City, 80% in Salem, as directed by management. SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS Employees must possess a valid Oregon Registered Professional Nurse License at the time of appointment. Ability to obtain CIC (clean intermittent catheterization) with in 12 months of hire.   REQUESTED SKILLS Determining staff immunization needs. Clinical decisions regarding TB interpretations, immunization reactions, and isolation.     Experience with follow-up care or treatment and recommendations. Experience in advancing health equity, addressing systemic health inequities and collaborating with diverse communities most harmed by social injustice and health inequities.   How to apply: Complete the online application at orgegonjobs.org using job number REQ-102864 Application Deadline: 07/28/2022
Oregon Health Authority Salem, OR
Jul 05, 2022
Full time
If you thrive in a fast-paced, innovative environment, come join a team of HR Professionals that are passionate about human resources. The Oregon Health Authority has a fantastic opportunity for an experienced HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER . Our Agency is experiencing massive growth and change. Being a catalyst for change and supporting the needs of our Agency is crucial. What you will do: The Office of Human Resources is a business partner that provides the organization with direction, consultation, support, and services in alignment with the mission, vision, and values of the agency.  HR staff are committed to supporting OHA's strategic goal of eliminating health inequities by 2030 and does so by ensuring that all aspects of the employee life cycle - recruitment, selection, retention, learning & development, and labor management - are antiracist and inclusive in their spirit, word, and practice The Recruitment and Retention Manager is responsible for providing day-to-day oversite of recruitment program. Provides leadership and direction to recruitment staff through planning, implementing, and evaluating holistic approaches to service delivery.  Serve as a member of the Human Resources Leadership Team. Please review the Position Description to better understand the role of the Recruitment and Retention Manager. Click on Link ( https://www.oregon.gov/oha/Jobs/PostionDescriptions/PEMD%20-%20Recruitment%20Retention%20Manager.doc ) What's in it for you? Lead a dynamic team of HR professionals Rewarding work in a fast-paced creative environment Colleagues who are passionate about public service and operationalizing the agency’s core value and definition of health equity Partner with internal and external stakeholders on initiatives that advance workforce equity and inclusion goals and outcomes Paid sick leave, vacation, personal leave and ten paid holidays Full medical, vision and dental plus competitive pension and retirement plans   This is a full time, permanent, management service supervisory position and is not represented by a union. This position is located in Salem Oregon. Hybrid schedule is available as an option. What we are looking for Six years of experience in supervision, technical or professional level work in human resources management programs; 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-short range goals and plans, and c) program evaluation and d) budget preparation. A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent course work in a field related to management such Business or Public Administration or related field. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Knowledge of human resource laws, rules and regulations Working knowledge of current management theory, human resource theories and best practices Ability to work and lead effectively in a cross-cultural or multi-cultural organization ensuring equity and inclusion initiatives are implemented and measured across the organization Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff at all levels of the organization, and carry responsibilities independently with an awareness of human resources services issues and sensitivities Experience in promoting a culturally competent and diverse work environment and/or lived experience that will demonstrate your ability to do this job How to apply: Complete the online application online at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-101449
Oregon Health Authority Salem, OR
Jun 29, 2022
Full time
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Health Systems Division (HSD) is seeking to hire two Operations & Policy Analysts to support our work in transforming the behavioral health delivery system within the state of Oregon, assuring services are simple, responsive, and meaningful. These positions will identify system performance and system development needs, including administrative, legislative and funding changes to improve the effectiveness of services and/or grant deliverables.   Measure 110 Advisory Council Coordinator. Provide coordination and maintenance for advisory councils that advise on behavioral health and implementation of programs created and/or enhanced by Measure 110 (BM 110), or the Drug Addiction Treatment and Recovery Act . The measure’s goal is to establish a more health-based, equitable and effective approach to drug addiction in Oregon by shifting the response to drug possession from criminalization to treatment and recovery. Multiple criminal sentencing laws regulating the possession of controlled substances will change from felonies to violations, and offenders will be given the resources to treat their addictions and recover. OHA is required to establish all health aspects of the Act including collection of data to measure the outcomes. You will provide statewide leadership, coordination and oversight in the development and implementation of the BM 110 Oversight and Accountability Council in operational, strategic, and values alignment with other advisory councils supported by the Office of Behavioral Health Services.   988 Grant Coordinator. Administer and implement grant activities corresponding with direct services to mental health practitioners. Manage and monitor the grant contractors, grant deliverables, grant budget and expenditure. Review performance data monthly with primary grantee and evaluator to assess progress and improve project management. Starting on July 16, 2022, people across the United States can call, text, or chat 988 and be connected to trained counselors that are part of the existing National Suicide Prevention Lifeline network. These trained counselors will listen, understand how their problems are affecting them, provide support, and connect them to resources if necessary. You will provide statewide leadership, coordination and oversight in the development and implementation of the 988 Grant in operational, strategic, and values alignment with other programs supported by the Office of Behavioral Health Services.   To learn more about the duties, please read through the position descriptions: Measure 110 Advisory Council Coordinator . This is a full-time, permanent, SEIU represented, Operation & Policy Analyst 2 position. 988 Grant Coordinator . This a limited duration (no more than 17 months) SEIU represented, Operation & Policy Analyst 2 position.   NOTE: Most of the work will be conducted remotely. However, there may be times that the work will need to be conducted at the Salem and/or Portland offices.   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 .    OHA values health equity, service excellence, integrity, leadership, partnership, innovation, and transparency. OHA’s health equity definition is “Oregon will have established a health system that creates health equity when all people can reach their full potential and well-being and are not disadvantaged by their race, ethnicity, language, disability, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, social class, intersections among these communities or identities, or other socially determined circumstances. Achieving health equity requires the ongoing collaboration of all regions and sectors of the state, including tribal governments to address: the equitable distribution or redistributing of resources and power; and recognizing, reconciling, and rectifying historical and contemporary injustices.” OHA’s 10-year goal is to eliminate health inequities. Click here , t o learn more about OHA’s mission, vision, and core values.   WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR: Any combination of experience and education equivalent to five years of experience performing data analysis, evaluating effectiveness, developing policies or programs, recommending improvements to leadership, and implementing the operational decisions. Example: 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 will substitute for three years of experience. How to apply: Complete the online application at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-101038 Application Deadline: 07/04/2022
Oregon Health Authority
Jun 22, 2022
Full time
Health System Division’s Social Determinants of Health program is seeking a program analyst to initiate, oversee, and coordinate housing development initiatives. The employee will be responsible for leading housing development efforts to address homelessness, create new housing, and preserve existing residential resources for persons with serious mental illness or addiction disorders. The employee will work to lead housing development, including conceptual planning, preparing budgets, and collaboration with multiple government and private agencies. Click Here   to view a Dashboard of our current recruitments. Are you passionate about helping our community struggling with finding permanent housing? Do you have housing development experience or expertise in reviewing construction/renovation documents? Do you have experience developing strategies to access funding to finance projects?   If this intrigues you, apply now!   What you will do! The Housing Development Coordinator is responsible for leading housing development efforts to address homelessness, create new housing, and preserve existing residential resources for persons with serious mental illness and addiction disorders. This position manages the various contractual arrangements to implement resultant projects. Position scope includes (1) the coordination and ongoing oversight of HSD housing development initiatives for people with mental health and addiction disorders; (2) serving as program contact for housing development awards; (3) representing HSD and providing leadership on behalf of the department on supportive and affordable housing for OHA clients. Work involves a significant amount of negotiation, coordination, and technical assistance activity with a variety of federal, state, county and local partners, their constituencies and community-based mental health treatment programs in order to accomplish the development of residential programs. This position develops strategies to access funding from a variety of sources to finance housing projects and related operating subsidies and identifies new ways to respond to the housing needs of target populations. This position is also responsible for assisting housing development activities to implement ORS 426.502 through 426.508 pertaining to housing for people with mental illness at the former Dammasch State Hospital campus and the Community Mental Health Housing Fund established with the proceeds from the property sale. Development and dissemination of informational materials both within HSD and throughout the state is required. 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: Any combination of experience or education equivalent to seven (7) years of experience that typically supports the knowledge and skill requirements listed for the classification. For example: A Bachelor's Degree in Business or Public Administration, Behavioral or Social Sciences, or a degree related to the agency program that demonstrates the capacity for the knowledge and skills; AND four years of experience coordinating or administering a program Valid driver’s license and good driving record, or ability to provide an acceptable alternative method of transportation. Demonstrated advance Microsoft Excel skillset. Housing development experience; expertise in reviewing construction/renovation documents and providing technical assistance, expertise in negotiating with contractors, architects and local jurisdictions regarding construction/renovation project, organizational and time management skills commensurate with the detailed and complex development process.     How to apply: Complete the online application at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-100526 Application Deadline: 06/26/2022
Oregon Health Authority Salem, OR
Jun 22, 2022
Full time
Health System Division’s Office of Recovery and Resilience department is seeking a program analyst to engage statewide community partners, Behavioral Health Consumers, and people with lived experience to improve service delivery. The Office of Recovery and Resilience ensures that the voices of people with lived experience shape all aspects of our behavioral health system. The employee will identify gaps and program needs within the system of care to help improve clinical outcomes for people who have entered the Behavioral Health System through Oregon’s courts. The employee will support policy, program development, collect feedback, and work to achieve consensus. Click Here   to view a Dashboard of our current recruitments. Do you have lived experience with behavioral health needs or accessing behavioral health services? Do you have experience with, or are you interested in, developing and implementing programs that center the voices of people with lived experience and promote equity and inclusion? Do you have relationships with, or the ability to develop strong, collaborative, and partnership-based relationships with the peer community and those receiving services within Oregon’s Behavioral Health System? If this intrigues you, apply now!   What you will do! The primary purpose of the Forensic Peer Delivered Services Specialist is to serve as a liaison and facilitate collaboration between the Office of Behavioral Health Services, Community Mental Health Programs, Coordinated Care Organizations, residential treatment providers, community-based organizations, and peer delivered service (PDS) providers. This position also provides system performance and program recommendations from a lived experience and PDS provider perspective with a focus on those individuals who have entered the Behavioral Health system through Oregon Courts as a result of civil commitment, guilty except for insanity, Aid and Assist, or Magistrate hold.   Position Performance Objectives: The Person in this position will: Engage statewide community partners, Behavioral Health Consumers and people with lived experience, Community mental health programs and other service providers to improve Peer Delivered service delivery and engagement. Identify gaps and Peer Delivered Services needs within the system of care to help improve clinical outcomes for people who have entered the Behavioral Health System through Oregon’s courts. Support policy and person centered program development Collect feedback and work to achieve consensus. 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: Any combination of experience or education equivalent to five years of experience that typically supports the knowledge and skill requirements for effective project management such as ability to analyze, organize, and plan. A Bachelor's Degree in Business or Public Administration, Behavioral or Social Sciences, or a degree related can substitute for three years experience. Must possess certification as a THW Certified Peer Support Specialist or Peer Wellness Specialist, OR have ability to become certified within six months of hire. Experience in creating and maintaining a work environment that is respectful and accepting of diversity among team members and the people we serve. Demonstrated ability to build and steward positive relationships with diverse community groups including people with lived experience, communities of color, immigrant groups, the disability community, veterans, older adults, individuals identifying as LGBTQ+, and other traditionally marginalized or underserved communities. Lived experience with behavioral health needs or accessing behavioral health services. Knowledge and/or experience with Peer Delivered Services. Established relationships with, or demonstrated ability to develop, strong, collaborative, and partnership-based relationships with people with lived experience, the peer community, and those receiving services within Oregon’s Behavioral Health System. Experience developing and implementing programs that center the voices of people with lived experience and promote equity and inclusion. Familiarity with state and local best practices that can help to advance person-directed, trauma-informed, and equitable behavioral health care in Oregon.   How to apply: Complete the online application at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-91913 Application Deadline: 07/03/2022
Oregon Health Authority Portland, OR
Jun 22, 2022
Full time
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), HIV/STD/TB Section in Portland, Oregon has a career opportunity for a Fiscal Analyst (Fiscal Analyst 2) , to coordinate fiscal operations in support of programs that provide communicable disease prevention and treatment services to Oregonians. 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 24 months. This recruitment may be used to establish a list of qualified candidates to fill current or future vacancies.   What will you do? You will serve as the primary Fiscal Analyst for STD and HIV Prevention and Surveillance programs. You will be responsible for developing and monitoring federal grant and project related budgets, coordinating the development and monitoring of contracts and amendments; processing invoices, tracking and regularly producing financial status reports. You will conduct quality assurance activities and develop fiscal and grant/contract management procedures to ensure financial activities meet state and federal requirements. You will report directly to the HST Section Manager and work daily with other fiscal analysts, program managers and partners to ensure program compliance and to achieve program goals.   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.   What are we looking for? Minimum Requirements: Five (5) 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. OR A bachelor’s degree and two (2) years of progressively responsible experience that included two years of preparing, analyzing, and administering of a budget or fiscal system; OR two years of professional-level experience in accounting, fiscal auditing, management, or program analysis. OR A master’s degree and one (1) year of progressively responsible experience that included one year of preparing, analyzing, and administering of a budget or fiscal system; OR one year of professional-level experience in accounting, fiscal auditing, management, or program analysis. Requested Skills: Experience managing all phases of budget development including preparation, analysis, administration, modeling, and forecasting. Experience making high-level sound, independent judgments in finance and grants management. Experience working with accounting systems and software Experience querying complex databases to extract data needed to build financial reports and documentation. Experience performing analysis of complex financial issues to recognize problems and discrepancies, determining recommended actions, and providing clear and accurate feedback to management staff. Experience communicating technical information verbally and visually to diverse audiences. Experience developing/writing policies and procedures. Proficient in MS Office, expert-level experience in MS Excel. Experience promoting a culturally competent and diverse work environment.   How to apply: Complete the online application at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-96138. Application Deadline: 7/5/2022
Oregon Health Authority
Jun 17, 2022
Full time
Health Systems Division, a key division of the Oregon Health Authority, is seeking a new Deputy Director to serve as the Behavioral Health Director's key ‘trusted advisor.’ In this role, the Deputy Director will identify emerging issues within behavioral health and raised by the media, the legislature, other government agencies and the community; identify the often interrelated internal and external subject matter experts, key informants and stakeholders; process the information and develop concrete steps for response and action; and keep the Behavioral Health Director informed as needed to advise and seek guidance. This position leads initiatives for critical behavioral health system transformation and advancement efforts which require substantial collaboration with OHA’s strategic planning, government relations, legislative relations, public affairs, media relations, communications, community outreach and engagement, and marketing programs. OHA values health equity, service excellence, integrity, leadership, partnership, innovation and transparency. OHA’s health equity definition is “Oregon will have established a health system that creates health equity when all people can reach their full potential and well-being and are not disadvantaged by their race, ethnicity, language, disability, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, social class, intersections among these communities or identities, or other socially determined circumstances. Achieving health equity requires the ongoing collaboration of all regions and sectors of the state, including tribal governments to address: the equitable distribution or redistributing of resources and power; and recognizing, reconciling, and rectifying historical and contemporary injustices.” OHA’s 10-year goal is to eliminate health inequities. Click here , t o learn more about OHA’s mission, vision and core values. With this in mind, many of the requested skills and experience we are looking for in a candidate supports this 10 year goal. Demonstration of understanding and applying principles related to health equity, addressing systemic health disparities and collaborating with diverse population groups that are most impacted by health inequities. Demonstration of effective delivery of culturally responsive and inclusive services, including evidence of ongoing personal development around health equity, anti-racism, unconscious bias, the ADA and universal access, diversity and inclusion. Experience co-designing policies and strategic initiatives that advance health equity and reduce health disparities from a collaborative action model of inquiry, innovation, implementation and integration. Demonstrated ability to lead, manage, and oversee high priority, complex projects and programs that serve to equitably transform the behavioral health system, elevating the voice of community and those with lived experience, redistributing power, and fostering collective accountability. Experience representing an organization at an enterprise level, with demonstrated successes in achieving results, balancing and aligning operational, organizational, political/legislative, and community perspectives and priorities. Demonstrated ability to build and steward positive relationships with Tribes and diverse community groups including communities of color, immigrant groups, the disability community, and other communities most impacted by health inequities. Ability to communicate across a variety of forms including written and oral communications, specifically cross-cultural communications skill and experience. Equally valued is cultural diversity and experience working with diverse groups that are most affected by health inequities, specifically racially, ethnically, culturally, linguistically, gender- and ability- diverse community members.   Minimum Qualifications: Eight years of management experience which included responsibility in: development of program rules and policies, development of long- and short-range goals and plans, program evaluation, and budget preparation.   Preferred Attributes: Master’s or higher in behavioral health or related field 5 or more years providing direct behavioral healthcare services 5 or more years managing behavioral health organizations Demonstrated expertise in addiction and co-occurring services   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 eleven paid holidays per year plus pension and retirement plans .    How to apply: Complete the online application at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-100468 Application Deadline: 07/03/2022
Oregon Health Authority
Jun 17, 2022
Full time
Health System Division’s Child & Family Behavioral Health department is seeking an operations analyst to identify program development needs, including administrative, legislative and funding changes to improve the effectiveness of services. The employee serves as a resource and expert for OHA in the area of children's mental health treatment services. In this capacity the position serves as a link to a variety of Federal, State and local partners in the pursuit of the OHA goals. The employee leads and participates in appropriate task forces, committees, workgroups and advisory panels related to this specialty area. Do you have experience with planning, policy and program development? Do you have a passion for clinical work with toddlers and early childhood? Do you have experience providing leadership, coordination, and oversight to program? Do you have experience with budget monitoring, and implementation of specialized programs? If this intrigues you, apply now!   What you will do! You will handle complex and potentially controversial agency decisions. You will provide oversight of managed care systems, evidence-based practices, and providing or arranging for technical assistance to maintain the programs. You will routinely represent the agency in dealings with other state agencies, public and private sector organizations, businesses, and advocacy or special interest groups. You will exercise independent decision-making authority and coordinate the work of other staff to plan, design and direct mental health regulations, policies and priorities as they relate to these special populations. 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: Any combination of experience and education equivalent to seven years of experience in professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning work. ** Example: 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 experience. ** Experience in advancing health equity, addressing systemic health inequities and collaborating with diverse communities most harmed by social injustice and health inequities. Background and expertise in evidence-based practices in child and family behavioral health, particularly with toddlers and early childhood. Master’s Degree in a child, adolescent, or young adult mental health field or public administration or public health is preferred. Background and expertise in child serving settings such as primary care, child welfare, juvenile justice, education and intellectual and developmental disabilities. Knowledge and expertise in designing processes for training and technical assistance. Knowledge and expertise in system/organizational development. Knowledge of Oregon Administrative Rule and fiscal accounting/contracting systems. Knowledge of federal funding and reporting systems. Knowledge of program development/clinical models as it relates to DSM 5 diagnosis, Infant, Toddler and Early Childhood, Trauma Informed Approaches, IDD Mental Health, Substance Use Disorders, Children in Child Welfare and Early Psychosis. Must possess a valid ODL or alternative transportation. Must Maintain an acceptable driving record.   How to apply: Complete the online application at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-89755 Application Deadline: 06/30/2022
Oregon Health Authority Salem, OR
Jun 16, 2022
Full time
The Oregon State Hospital, a division of the Oregon Health Authority , has an opportunity for a Campus Administrator to join an excellent team working to help people with severe and persistent mental illness recover and return to their lives in the community.   What you will do! Oregon State Hospital (OSH) is a Joint Commission-accredited and CMS-certified public psychiatric hospital which provides psychiatric hospital services and residential treatment services on two campuses, in Salem and Junction City, to persons committed by the Oregon courts as part of the state mental health system. The Junction City Campus Administrator acts on behalf of the Superintendent to serve as the primary point of contact and accountable administrator to ensure alignment with executive team priorities at the Junction City campus. This position provides a consistent campus presence to ensure coordination of organizational direction across departments, provide clear and consistent communication across the Junction City community, and regularly updates the executive team. This person will focus on ensuring consistency with the Salem campus related to executive team priorities, regulatory compliance activities and implementation of policies and procedures. They will serve as the official administrator for campus licensing and act as such when the Junction City campus undergoes surveys, audits, and Joint Commission accreditation. Serves as a key advisor to executive team regarding the status, needs and accomplishments of Junction City. The Campus Administrator embeds the OSH mission, vision, and values of the organization into their work decisions and models productive, professional and inclusive behavior. Lastly, the Junction City Campus Administrator provides leadership to advancing the OHA strategic goal of eliminating health inequities in Oregon by 2030. Click here to view the Campus Administrator position description   What's in it for you? Paid sick leave, vacation, personal leave, and eleven paid holidays; Full medical, vision and dental plus competitive pension and retirement plans .   WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR: Minimum Qualification: A compassionate leader with five years of management experience related to behavioral health or mental health care preferably in a psychiatric inpatient setting. Three years may be substituted with a Bachelor’s Degree Or higher in a related field such as Business Management and Administration, Psychology, Behavioral Health, or Social Work.   Preferred Attributes: Management experience in a clinical setting which included development, implementation, and evaluation of a comprehensive treatment program. Experience in process and system improvement related to active treatment coordination. Leadership ability and skills in each of the following: Trauma-informed and culturally and linguistically appropriate mental health recovery Clinical programming and documentation/program development Ability to apply equity-informed data Data collection, monitoring, and reporting Organizational and system change Collaborating and building relationships Problem solving Dedication to effective delivery of trauma-informed, culturally and linguistically appropriate treatment, including ongoing personal development on the topic of equity. Dedication to creating a work environment and organizational culture that values individual and cultural difference; is respectful of and accepting of diversity where talents, ability and experiences are valued and leveraged to maximize the staff experience and organizational performance. Pursues personal and professional growth through education and training and participation in relevant professional organizations; pursues education and training related to the impact of systemic racism, elimination of health inequities, and development of diverse and inclusive work environments. Ability to communicate across a variety of forms including strong oral and written trauma-informed and cross-cultural communications skills and experience.   How to apply: Online at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-99978 Application Deadline: 07/03/2022
Oregon Health Authority Junction City, OR
Jun 13, 2022
Full time
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 ($6,645.00 - $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.   UNDERFILL OPTION 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."  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. How to apply: Complete the application online at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-69925 or by emailing your CV to stephanie.d.mitchell@dhsoha.state.or.us Deadline 7/7/22 (open until filled)
Oregon Health Authority Salem, OR
Jun 13, 2022
Full time
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.   How to apply: Complete the online application at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-72262 Application Deadline: 7/7/22
Oregon Health Authority
Jun 13, 2022
Full time
Oregon State Hospital, a division of the Oregon Health Authority, is seeking Psychiatrists who value comprehensive mental health treatment and a return to successful community living for people with mental illness. We value leaders who enjoy clinical challenges and expanding their own knowledge and skills. Oregon State Hospital (OSH) is a Joint Commission-accredited and CMS-certified public psychiatric hospital which provides psychiatric hospital services and residential treatment services on two campuses, in Salem and Junction City, Oregon, to persons committed by the Oregon courts as part of the state mental health system. The hospital's primary goal is to help people recover from their illness and return to their lives in the community. Employees play an essential role in achieving the hospital's vision to be a psychiatric hospital that inspires hope, promotes safety and supports recovery for all.   What you will do!     Provide psychiatric and medical services to assigned patients. This includes (but is not limited to) diagnosis, mental status evaluation, pharmacologic management, risk assessment and use of physical examination, laboratory, imaging, and other discipline assessments as necessary     Lead the interdisciplinary treatment team. This includes coordination of interdisciplinary clinical formulation and biopsychosocial treatment plan goals, interventions, delivery, and outcome assessment     Perform forensic evaluations. This includes evaluations for competency to stand trial and criminal responsibility. It may also include other evaluations as needed for forensic review boards or courts   What's in it for you?     A collegial staff of 40+ Board Certified Psychiatrists and Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners, including Forensic and Geriatric Psychiatrists     An average patient load of 10 to 30 (depending upon the acuity of the unit)     A partnership with Oregon Health and Sciences University which provides unique opportunities for:         Regular Grand Rounds         Access to free continuing medical education         Access to other specialists for clinical services such as electroconvulsive therapy       A competitive salary, with additional compensation for:         Psychiatric Duty         Voluntary Call (based on hours worked)         Board Certification in General Psychiatry         Board Certification in psychiatric subspecialties     A generous benefit package, which includes:             Family health and dental insurance         Optional short and long-term disability insurance         Optional term life insurance         Fully paid retirement program         Reimbursement for CME activities     Generous leave policy which includes:         11 paid holidays         Vacation and sick leave        Personal business leave         Paid education leave     Opportunities to teach rotating residents, medical students, and fellows     Opportunities for periodic change through unit rotations     Leadership training and opportunities    Forensic Evaluation Service rotations available to Certified Forensic Psychiatrists     A fully staffed medical and dental clinic, to address the medical care needs of patients   DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:     Patient Evaluation and Treatment – Perform psychiatric, physical, and neurological examinations. Write orders for patient care. Conduct meetings of the ward Treatment Team and prepare individual patient treatment plans including providing clinical leadership in the implementation of services. Collaborate with the Unit Director to provide leadership to the Treatment Team in formulating and implementing plans for operation of the ward therapeutic environment. Provide direct service to patients such as group and individual counseling. Evaluate for Fitness to Proceed to Trial and report findings to courts as assigned. Provide other evaluations as assigned     Communication and Contact with Patient Families – Respond to inquiries from families and other interested parties and initiate contact with them as indicated     Documentation of Services – Prepare the medical record in accordance with requirements of Medical Staff Bylaws, rules and regulations and hospital policies. Prepare correspondence communicating findings from patient evaluations to hospital administration, judges, Psychiatric Security Review Board (PSRB) and attorneys     Professional Responsibilities – Serve on medical staff committees. Participate in peer review, quality assurance, and utilization review activities. Assist with training and continuing education of hospital staff. Participate in continuing education, with emphasis on psychiatry. Maintain qualifications to perform techniques of basic life support (CPR). Attend medical staff meetings. Participate in program leadership committees and meetings     Hospital Support Functions – Testify at commitment hearings, PSRB hearings, and other legal proceedings related to patient evaluations and patient care. Represent Oregon State Hospital and Addictions and Mental Health in court actions as directed. Function as the Officer of the Day for Oregon State Hospital, as assigned   WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR: You must possess, or have the ability to obtain:     Board certification or board eligibility at the time of appointment     Physician's license issued by the Oregon Board of Medical Examiners at the time of appointment and maintain the licensure throughout employment Note: For some positions, preference may be given to candidates with significant experience with forensic patients or completion of a forensic psychiatry fellowship. Note:  Under filling these positions as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner may be considered for those applicants who are not licensed as a Medical Doctor by the Oregon Medical Board but who meet all requirements to practice medicine in the State of Oregon as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, as such:     At the time of Application, possess a valid Oregon Nurse Practitioner license   How to apply: Email your C.V. to stephanie.d.mitchell@state.or.us or you may apply online at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-85375  Application Deadline: 07/03/2022
Oregon Health Authority Salem, OR
Jun 13, 2022
Full time
Child & Family Program with OHA is seeking an experienced Program Analyst to direct, monitor, and foster the development of statewide services for transition-aged young adults experiencing significant mental health challenges or early signs of psychosis through targeted mental health services. You will also support the development of young adult mental health systems through young adult engagement in state and local level policy-making and inclusion on advisory bodies, councils, and committees. Additionally, you will create and implement innovative and collaborative approaches to serving youth and young adults with acute mental health challenges in community-based settings. You will also write and provide oversight of grants and contracts having to do with all of the focus areas above. This position may take on additional system and service development projects as assigned. Are you experienced in program analysis and coordination? Do you have a passion mental health wellness and desire to help youth and young adults? We want YOU to apply TODAY!   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: Any combination of experience or education equivalent to seven years of experience that typically supports the knowledge and skill of coordinating or administering a program. ** Example: A Bachelor's Degree in Business or Public Administration, Behavioral or Social Sciences, or a degree related to the agency program that demonstrates the capacity for the knowledge and skills; and four years experience coordinating or administering a program. ** Experience in creating and maintaining a work environment that is respectful and accepting of diversity among team members and the people we serve. General knowledge of methods and techniques of building community alliances and partnerships to develop, implement, monitor programs, and convene groups and obtain feedback from older adolescents and young adults with mental health disorders. Preference will be given to candidates with specialized and advanced knowledge of treatment of mental health disparities in older adolescents and young adults. Knowledge of older adolescent and young adult mental health treatment systems and evidence based practices is required. Master’s Degree in a child, adolescent, or young adult mental health field or public administration or public health is preferred. Experience with program budget and budget proposals. Experience with project grants and contracts. Must possess a valid ODL or alternative transportation. Must Maintain an acceptable driving record.   How to apply: Complete the online application at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-85649 Application Deadline: 06/22/2022