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Public Health Specialist- MCH Program (open until filled)
Under the general direction of the HIV Program Coordinator, works in collaboration with tribes, tribal programs, Indian Health Service (IHS), state and urban programs to develop and maintain surveillance-related data collection, analysis, and interpretation to ensure comprehensive, quality health data are available and accessible to the Native American population. Provide coordination, technical assistance, and guidance for MCH programs; provide outreach for MCH services; provide resources and educational material about high-risk pregnant women and families with children 0-5 years; network with health services to children’s daycare agencies; develop procedures, standards and care plans for MCH services; review educational materials to assess for cultural competency and educational level required for understanding; review and update list of available community resources; review and update related documentation forms; provide consultation to staff on MCH care coordination issues; assess staff educational needs and provide related staff development and orientation; assess community needs related to maternal and child health.
Communication Specialist (open until filled)
Summary of Duties: Under the general direction of the Program Coordinator for the Tribal Epidemiology Center Core Surveillance Program, this position will provide a full range of communication and administrative support services. This position will be responsible for creating, disseminating, and evaluating content and messaging for various sources including, but not limited to websites, educational materials, training materials, and educational campaigns.
Public Health Specialist II Surveillance Program (open until filled)
The Public Health Specialist II will perform a supportive role in the TEC Surveillance department contact tracing/case investigation, vaccine efforts, and programmatic projects. Under the general direction of the Program Coordinator, works in collaboration with tribes, tribal programs, Indian Health Service (IHS), state and urban programs to develop and maintain surveillance-related data collection, entry, analysis, and interpretation to ensure comprehensive, quality health data are available and accessible to the Native American population in Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas.
Public Health Specialist I Surveillance Program (open until filled)
The Public Health Specialists perform a supportive role in the TEC Surveillance department contact tracing/case investigation, and vaccine efforts. This position is a public health professional providing support to Tribes, tribal organizations, and urban Indian clinics in the fight against COVID-19.
Public Health Specialist, SAMHSA (open until filled)
Under the general direction of the SAMHSA Native Connections Program Manager, the Public Health Specialist will provide a full range of administrative and health promotion support services. Duties include but not limited to: working with a sub-awardee through planning awareness events, Conducting Assessments, disseminating assessment findings & developing plans to strengthen tribal public health programs/services.
Disease Intervention Specialist (open until filled)
Under the general direction of the Surveillance Program Coordinator, the selected applicant will assist the program by performing various duties including but not limited to:
Provides treatment consultation to clinics and county health departments on sexually transmitted diseases, and other communicable diseases.
TEC Core Administrative Assistant (position open until filled)
Under the general direction of the Tribal Epidemiology Center Program Manager, the Administrative Assistant provides a full range of clerical and administrative support services. Greet and accommodate guests; Assist with scheduling calls, webinars, site visits, and conferences; Prepare meeting materials and notes; Perform data entry, photocopying, and scanning; Assist with organizing and facilitating webinars/meetings; Assist with the planning and scheduling of peer to peer support opportunities for grantees; Assist with the monitoring of training and technical assistance requests; Assist with the planning and scheduling of monthly virtual site visits; Handle confidential information; Maintain employee confidentiality; and Other duties as assigned.
TEC Core Evaluator (position open until filled)
Under the general direction of the TEC Core Program Manager, individuals needed to develop, implement, monitor, and evaluate grant training, programs, and activities within the Southern Plains Tribal Health Board’s Tribal Epidemiology Center (TEC) and tribal communities in OK, KS, TX. Designs, develop, implements, and conducts evaluation plans and activities for programs conducted by the Tribal Epidemiology Center (TEC) as part of federal cooperative agreements and/or by area Tribes, Tribal organizations, and or urban Indian organizations. This position will provide evaluation expertise to other TEC staff and will work with a diverse group of stakeholders in all phases of evaluation projects. This position will also lead strategic planning efforts and ensure relevant and actionable findings from the evaluation are disseminated and incorporated into future work.
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