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Washington State Public Health Association

 

Executive Director

Washington State Public Health Association 

Executive Director Position Description

The Washington State Public Health Association (WSPHA) is seeking an executive director to build on its long history of helping to make Washington the healthiest state in the nation through public health advocacy, education and networking. 

The Organization: 

WSPHA is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit association with members who work in public health, health care, and other areas dedicated to improving health and safety in all communities across Washington. Join us to make Washington a place where we all have an equal chance to be healthy.

In existence since 1921, WSPHA is a leader in convening and facilitating legislative policy advocacy, hosting the learning opportunities for public health professionals, and providing services which promote evidence-based positive health outcomes for all Washingtonians. WSPHA is also the state affiliate for the American Public Health Association (APHA).

The executive director will inherit an organization that is in sound financial condition, has a strong and dedicated 13-member board, over 400 members, and a variety of programs and initiatives. More information can be found at www.wspha.org.

The Position:

The Board and WSPHA has been in a period of transition and transformation, currently finalizing a 2020-2022 strategic plan. The Board has had an interim executive director since July 2019 and now seeks someone to step in permanently to set the organization up for its next evolution. WSPHA intends to create an administrative coordinator position in early-2020, and as such, the executive director would also be responsible for supervisory functions. 

This is a full-time position. The base salary is budgeted at $90,000 per year, with a benefits package to be negotiated prior to hire. The executive director would also be eligible for a year-end bonus if fundraising targets established by the board of directors are met. 

A home office and limited state-wide travel are required. WSPHA will reimburse the executive director for reasonable travel expenses, as well as monthly internet and cell phone expenses. 

Washington State Public Health Association’s key priorities include: 
  1. Public Health Education – WSPHA organized and hosts the largest public health conference in Washington every October. We are also interested in looking into hosting additional webinars and training opportunities in the future, based on data trends, needs, member requests, and financial support.
  2. Public Health Advocacy – Along with our partners in the Public Health Roundtable, WSPHA champions programs and resources that support the public's health. We promote science-based solutions to health issues and advocate for adequate resources to guarantee the stability of our public health system. Policy priorities include funding for foundational public health services and eliminating health inequities. 
  3. Funding for Foundational Public Health Services – WSPHA serves to protect and promote federal, state and local funding to public health efforts and initiatives. We actively partner with others across the state and nation to bring additional resources into Washington and protect the current resources dedicated to public health. The Public Health is Essential campaign is the cornerstone of many of these efforts. 
  4. Diversity, Equity & Inclusion – WSPHA will map out a diversity, equity and inclusion initiative over the next two years to educate ourselves, transparently engage members around our process, and develop a long-term roadmap for organizational improvement. Concurrently, we will assess the diversity of the Board of Directors, organizational partnerships and members. 
  5. Community & Member Engagement – We will work to directly engage our members across Washington State in understanding the topical challenges facing health in our state, advising on and developing strategic initiatives, and advocating for legislation that equitably improves the health of all communities. We will also create opportunities for members to connect, find common interests and create impact for their communities (i.e. by driving local events, special interest activities or engaging thought leaders around critical issues.)
  6. Organizational Growth & Sustainability  We will invest in WSPHA’s capacity to develop and diversify resources in order to grow the organization and deepen the impact of our work around the state. We will focus on building a development program to engage funders in our mission and vision while solidifying resources critical for WSPHA to achieve its long-term goals of quality health for all Washington communities. In support of this growth, we must elevate the standing of WSPHA through clear articulation of its need and impact and collaborate across and within cross-sectors of relevance to WSPHA.

Key 

Responsibilities of Executive Director:  
  • Provide visionary and strategic leadership to the organization, and translate that vision and strategy into concrete actions.
  • Identify strategic opportunities, and design and execute plans to expand organization beyond current capacity, reach and impact.
  • Manage the day-to-day operations and initiatives to ensure that WSPHA maintains its status as a well-managed, visible and highly respected organization.
  • Maintain responsibility for organization’s financial position and outlook; ensure fiscal responsibility and security.
  • Serve as the principal fundraiser for the organization; write and secure grants, expand membership base and donor base and foster positive relations with new and existing donors.
  • Communicate the mission and programs of WSPHA to various audiences, and develop and maintain sound relationships with individuals and organizations that share WSPHA’s vision.
  • Supervise staff, interns and volunteers in carrying out day-to-day operations and special assignments at the request of the Board of Directors. 
  • Support the Board of Directors in its governance role, and foster its ongoing development. Keep Board informed on both internal conditions and important external developments. 
  • Maintain WSPHA’s relationship and responsibilities as an affiliate member of APHA, as well as partnering with other state affiliates as appropriate.

The ideal candidate would possess some of the following qualities:

  • Shares a passion for the WSPHA mission and brings a wide variety of experiences and attributes.
  • Leads with a focus on equity and inclusion.
  • Is able to convene and facilitate small and large groups to identify and work toward common goals.
  • Has a proven track record in fundraising and partner cultivation. 
  • Possesses strong financial management skills.
  • Has experience using and analyzing data and evidence to inform policy decisions and goals.
  • Is experienced and comfortable with policy advocacy.
  • Has management experience, ideally in a non-profit organization.
  • Demonstrates leadership skills to mobilize/inspire members, stakeholders and decision makers.
  • Is a high-energy individual with strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Has experience communicating effectively with media and at public speaking engagements.
  • Possesses an entrepreneurial spirit, ability to think strategically, and can translate aspirations into actions.
  • Has experience, expertise and success in writing and securing grant funding.
  • Has an ability and demonstrated success in working from a home office. 

 

To apply, candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to [email protected]. The position will remain open until filled, with the first screening on January 3.

WSPHA is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and values diverse perspectives, life experiences and differences. WSPHA encourages people of all backgrounds to apply, including people of color, immigrants, refuges, women, LGBTQ, people with disabilities, people of all ages, and veterans. WSPHA is committed to being equitable in providing equal access to opportunities for all.

 

Bastyr University

  • Associate Professor. Instructional duties and responsibilities include teaching public health and/or community health education courses and mentoring students on practice experiences and projects. Other responsibilities include work to support professional accreditation (CEPH), scholarship, and university and community service.Qualifications: Candidates must have a doctoral degree in public health or a related discipline or a combination of a clinical degree and an MPH. Candidates must have demonstrated excellence in teaching public health, community health education or related courses at the graduate level for a minimum of five years. Candidates who have a combination of teaching and experience working in a public health setting will also be considered.Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Position will begin on Jan 6, 2020. Salary and ranking are dependent on qualifications and experience. Salary: $79,503 - $82,715 DOE. Closing Date: 12/20/2019. Posting Date: 12/13/19. 
  • Associate Professor, Core Faculty. Bastyr University, a private regionally accredited institution, is accepting applications for a faculty position in the Department of Public Health at its Kenmore Campus (15 miles North of Seattle). The Department of Public Health offers a Master’s of Public Health degree program, with a concentration in community health education.Instructional duties and responsibilities include teaching public health and/or community health education courses and mentoring students on practice experiences and projects. Other responsibilities include work to support professional accreditation (CEPH), scholarship, and university and community service.Candidates must have a doctoral degree in public health or a related discipline or a combination of a clinical degree and an MPH. Candidates must have demonstrated excellence in teaching public health, community health education or related courses at the graduate level for a minimum of five years. Candidates who have a combination of teaching and experience working in a public health setting will also be considered.Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Salary: Salary and ranking are dependent on qualifications and experience. Closing Date: 06/30/2020. Posting Date: 01/24/2020.

 

Deschutes County

  • Director of Public Health. The Director of Public Health serves as a member of the Health Services department's management team and is responsible for the oversight of a wide variety of public health programs. This position plans, organizes, directs, and controls the day-to-day operations of the department's Public Health service area. Duties include planning, developing, and implementing public health programs to meet the needs of the community; defining the concepts, methodology, and administrative procedures to conduct and evaluate various programs; overseeing and managing the activities of all service area personnel to ensure that public health services are delivered professionally, effectively, timely, and in accordance with policies, budgets, goals, and regulations; eliminating any disruption and conflicts; participating in a leadership role in quality improvement systems and processes; providing technical or professional assistance and direction; and developing, balancing, and monitoring program budgets and cost centers in collaboration with service area managers, the department director and business manager. Salary: $8,852.51 - $11,863.24 Monthly. Closing Date: 12/01/2019. Posting Date: 12/13/19. 

 

HCR ManorCare

  • Staff Development Coordinator-RN. HCR ManorCare provides a range of services, including skilled nursing care, assisted living, post-acute medical and rehabilitation care, hospice care, home health care and rehabilitation therapy. The Staff Development Coordinator, RN is responsible to assess the training needs of nursing staff and to develop, implement, evaluate and document staff development programs including General Orientation, Job Specific Orientation, In-Service, and Continuing Education Programs for nursing department personnel. Functions within the scope of the state s Nurse Practice Act for R.N. Licensure. In return for your expertise, you'll enjoy excellent training, industry-leading benefits and unlimited opportunities to learn and grow. Be a part of the team leading the nation in healthcare. Link to position: https://www.heartland-manorcare.com/locations/manorcare-health-services-lacey/Salary: NA. Closing Date: NA. Posting Date: 12/23/19. 

 

Klicikat County

  • Public Health Director. Klickitat County, (pop. 22,000), is located in south central Washington. The Klickitat County Health Department has 20 staff members and its 2019 budget was $1,361,037. Under the general direction of the Board of County Commissioners and the Health Officer, the Public Health Director supervises all aspects of the Health Department. A Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing, Environmental Health, Health Education, or related field, plus 3-5 years of experience in Public Health and Education, including management/supervision experience, is required. Knowledge of the Revised Code of Washington and Washington Administrative Codes pertaining to Public Health Administration in Washington State is highly preferred. A master's degree in Public Health, Public Administration, or related field is preferred. For a complete position profile and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/, click on "Open Recruitments" and then click the position title. To apply, click on "Apply Online" and follow the directions provided. For questions, call 206-368-0050. Klickitat County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: February 16, 2020 (open until filled). Salary: $81,619 - $106,475. Closing Date: 02/16/2020. Posting Date: 01/03/20. 

 

Oregon Health Authority - Public Health Division

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Public Health Seattle King County

  • Healthcare Recruitment Specialist. We currently have an exciting opportunity for a nurse leader in the role of a Personal Health Services Supervisor (PHSS) in the Family Planning Program. This position is based out of King County Public Health Centers. Public Health Centers provide WIC services, care coordination for pregnant and parenting women, infants, and children and reproductive health services for men, women, and teens. We are interested in individuals who are representative of the diverse population we serve and are dedicated to serving clients with quality and compassion. Salary: $96,012.80 - $124,716.80. Closing Date: 01/31/2020. Posting Date: 12/13/19. 

     

Snohomish Health District

  • Division Director. The Snohomish Health District is hiring for an Environmental Health Director. The incumbent is responsible for planning, organizing, directing, and administering the operations of multiple programs within the Environmental Health Division, as well as enforcing federal, state, county, city, and district environmental health laws, regulations, and codes.•Master's Degree from an accredited institution in public health, environmental health, public administration, or a closely-related field; OR Bachelor's Degree from an accredited institution involving major study in environmental health, sanitary science, microbiology or public health or other closely related science; AND• 6 years progressively responsible work experience working in a public health or similar agency, with at least 4 years in a supervisory capacity with a Master's Degree; OR 8 years of progressively responsible work experience working in public health or similar agency, with at least 4 years in supervisory capacity with a Bachelor's Degree. Salary: $7,692-$10,823/month. Closing Date: 12/31/2019. Posting Date: 12/13/19. 


Spokane Regional Health District 

  • Health Program Specialist 1 - CDP. Provides chemical dependency counseling and case management services to patients on the Opioid Treatment program. Maintains patient files in compliance with County, State and Federal regulations. Assists in the operation of the Opioid Treatment program dosing clinic, with a Saturday rotation. This position will also coordinate services with individuals who are currently residing in Spokane County Detention.Required Minimum Qualifications:Bachelor’s degree in Alcohol/Drug studies, Social Work, Public Health or closely related field.An equivalent combination of education, experience, and professional certification may be considered provided the individual's background demonstrates the knowledge, skills and abilities required for the position.Two (2) years of previous assessment and/or counseling experience in the substance abuse field or related program field.Required Licenses/Certifications:Active valid license to practice as a Chemical Dependency Professional (CDP) in the State of Washington. To be considered for this position, and to view the complete job description, apply online at www.srhd.orgSalary: $21.66 - $27.65/hr., not including longevity. Starting is usually $21.66 an hour. Closing Date: 02/29/2020. Posting Date: 12/13/19. 
  • Public Health Nurse 1. The dispensing nurse will be responsible for the daily dispensing of medication as directed by the Medical Director, Clinical Manager, or Administrator. The dispensing nurse will follow the essential functions and basic duties of the clinic and will participate in the weekly staffing for the care and function of the OTP patient. Backup for Tuberculosis program as needed.Required Minimum Qualifications/Licensures:•AA/AAS, Diploma or B.S.N.•Graduation from accredited profession school of nursing•Current Washington State Registered Nurse Credential. To be considered for the position, and to view a complete job description, visit www.srhd.org. This position is eligible for representation by WSNA. Salary: $25.09 - $ 32.67/hr., not including logevity. Starting is $25.09. Closing Date: 12/31/2019. Posting Date: 12/13/19. 

  • Epidemiologist 1. Serves the community and protects the public's health through coordination of epidemiological investigation for acute and chronic communicable diseases. Coordinates and conducts all aspects of epidemiological investigation, treatment or prophylaxis, disease mitigation and case/contact follow up for acute and chronic communicable diseases, including but not limited to the Notifiable Conditions as described in WAC 246-101. Provides education, training and case investigation support to colleagues across eastern WA. Serves as a consultant and educator to the healthcare provider community regarding reporting requirements, treatment and laboratory testing using independent judgement under general supervision.To be considered for this position, and to view the complete job description and requirements, apply online at www.srhd.org. This position is eligible for representation by PTE. Salary: $26.83 - $34.24/hr., not including longevity. Starting is usually $26.83. Closing Date: 01/17/2020. Posting Date: 01/03/2020. 
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Thurston County Public Health & Social Services

  • Health Officer (0.6 FTE). The Health Officer performs statutory requirements in accordance with Washington State RCWs related to the enforcement of local and state public health laws. This position serves as the chief medical officer for Thurston County, and provides guidance and recommendations to the County Board of Health. The incumbent assures delivery of public health services to the community and provides advice to professionals and nonprofessional health services delivery staff. For a COMPLETE position description, qualifications and application requirements AND to apply, please visit: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/thurstonwa and click on the job title/link for Health Officer.We look forward to hearing from you! Salary: $7,131.00 - $9,508.00 Monthly. Closing Date: 01/15/2020. Posting Date: 12/13/19. 

 

University of Washington 

  • Assistant or Associate Professor - Department of Child, Family, and Population Health Nursing. The University of Washington’s Department of Psychosocial and Community Health in the School of Nursing and DSHS in the School of Public Health seek to fill a full time, 9-month service period, tenure track position (anticipated start date of September 16, 2020) Population Health Faculty position to lead UW’s collaborative population health-related work with Public Health—Seattle & King County. Working alongside community partners, the faculty will develop and generate evidence regarding population-level innovations for the local early-childhood intervention Best Start for Kids Initiative in King County. The faculty person in this position will help build a new model for advanced education where students will be matched directly with the Public Health – Seattle & King County work with Best Start for Kids. This new model is expected to be a pathway for program evaluation so that evidence to practice can happen at the community level. Please see more in-depth details and application process at: apply.interfolio.com/55989. Posting Date: 12/13/19. 

 

Washington County

 

  • Public Health Division Communications Coordinator. Are you a collaborative and team-oriented communications professional? Are you committed to efficient and effective service delivery? Are you a creative individual with strong writing and graphic design skills? If so, Come Lead with Us at Washington County as our Public Health Communications Coordinator in the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)!Preference will be given to candidates with experience in Public Health or health-related fields.For more information and to apply visit: www.washcojobs.orgSalary: $6,099.54 - $7,412.87 Monthly. Closing Date: 02/02/2020. Posting Date: 01/24/2020. 

 

 

Whatcom County

  • Public Health Nurse Supervisor. We are seeking a proven nurse leader to oversee the Communicable Disease Surveillance Program in the Communicable Disease and Epidemiology Division of the Whatcom County Health Department. This position supervises professional staff in the Communicable Disease Division.The ideal candidate must have excellent organizational and communication skills as well as advanced knowledge of current public health core functions, Public Health Accreditation Standards, social determinants of health, and health equity principles. Proven experience leading groups, developing policy recommendations and implementing new programs or services are essential. This position will work pro-actively to achieve the goals of the Whatcom County Health Department and must have the ability to communicate and work effectively with employees as well as public and political stakeholders. Apply early for first consideration - First review of applications is scheduled for December 16, 2019. Applications will be reviewed and interviews scheduled as applications are received. Recruitment will be suspended once the position has been filled. Salary: $35.46 - $39.06 per hour. Closing Date: 01/13/2020. Posting Date: 12/13/19. 

  • Health Director. Whatcom County seeks an experienced, proven leader to serve as the Health Director and administer the department through accountable, efficient and effective leadership. This important and highly visible position helps advance public health through leadership and partnerships while planning and directing the efforts of staff to assess, promote and protect the health of the community. Essential Job Duties include:-Advising and carrying out County Executive and County Council direction on health-related matters, programs and services.-Managing the Health department including financial management, human resource management, planning, policy and program development, efficient use of resources and legal compliance.-Developing and managing the department’s complex budget including multiple grants and funding sources and strategic recommendations and allocations of budget resources.-Working collaboratively with the Planning Department and Public Works Department to implement permit processing efficiencies and effective customer service.Salary: $9,569 - $12,943 per month. Negotiable depending on experience. Closing Date: 01/17/2020. Posting Date: 12/13/19.

 

 

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