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Work for Progress

  • Environmental Field Organizer. Learn skills from environmental leaders. You’ll participate in eight weeks of intensive classroom training conducted by environmental organizers and leaders from a wide range of organizations and campaigns. Our staff and trainers present overviews on the biggest issues facing our environment, as well as more specific trainings on proven organizing tactics. Topics include volunteer recruitment, campaign planning, public speaking and much more. You’ll learn how to run campaigns that inspire the public, and build organizations and political support needed to save our planet. Positions will start in August 2021. To learn more and to apply, click hereClosing date: 07/23/2021.

Chelan-Douglas Health District
  • Associate Administrator - Environmental Health Director. Directly responsible for overseeing the operation of the Division of Environmental Health. The Environmental Health Director plays a key role on the Chelan-Douglas Health District (CDHD) management team. This team works together to lead CDHD and connect the different lines of effort to prevent disease, promote health, and protect the health and safety of people in our community. The Environmental Health Director reports to the CDHD Administrator and works to implement their leader’s intent. As a senior leader in the health district, the Environmental Health Director will regularly brief the elected Board of Health and work with them to develop or evolve environmental public health policy across the health district. The Environmental Health Director works closely with the county health officer in the enforcement of environmental public health regulations. See full job description and details on how to apply on our website.

Seattle Children's Hospital

  • Health Education Consultant I (Spanish language)Seattle Children's is seeking a bilingual, Spanish Health Education Consultant to join our Patient Education and Communication team. This role will create health literate tools and resources for families who are receiving care from Seattle Children's. They will assure educational resources are consistent, accessible, accurate, and understandable to help families successfully navigate their hospital stay or clinic visit, and improve patient outcomes and the patient and family experience. They will also facilitate family participation in the development and review of patient education and communication resources. For complete job announcement, application requirements, and to apply online, please click here Closing date: Open Until Filled

Spokane Regional Health District

  • ARNP.  The ARNP’s primary responsibility is to evaluate patient’s Opioid addiction, and prescribe, adjust appropriate Medication Assisted medications as indicated. S/he will conduct thorough history and physical examinations on new patients; annual medical evaluation, possibly perform PPD (TB skin tests) or QuantiFeron Gold testing and make appropriate recommendations for follow-up. Perform medication reviews for both new and existing patients.Provides information when needed to Medical Director, ARNP’s, counselor, physicians, Division Director, and program manager(s) regarding patient/ client medical, emotional, and behavioral conditions as observed. The ARNP works directly with all team members, including but not limited to nurses, counselors, Administrative Assistants, and related staff; interdisciplinary functioning, consulting, informing etc. The ARNP works under the supervision of the Division Director.To view the complete job description and to apply, visit our website at www.srhd.org.An online application submitted through our webiste is required. This position is eligible for representation by WSNA. Closing date: 04/30/21

  • Clinical Nurse 1 - 2 Positions. The dispensing nurse will be responsible for the daily dispensing of medication as directed by the Medical Director, Clinical Manager, or Division Director. The dispensing nurse will follow the essential functions and basic duties of the clinic and will participate in the bi-weekly staffing for the care and function of the OTP patient. Backup for Tuberculosis program as needed. Required Minimum Qualifications:-A Bachelor’s degree involving major studies in nursing, including study in public health nursing.-Previous experience working with individuals with a history of substance abuse or mental illness is helpful. -Experience working with diverse populations is preferred.-A combination of education and experience that provides the desired skills, knowledge, and abilities to perform the job may be considered. -Current Washington State Registered Nurse license. To be considered for this great opportunity, an online application submitted through our website is required. Closing date: 05/31/21.  

Surgical Outcomes Research Center 

  • Research Project ManagerThe University of Washington's Surgical Outcomes Research Center (SORCE) is seeking an experienced Research Project Manager to manage up to three health services and outcomes projects spanning multiple sites, investigators, and clinical disciplines. At least 4-5 years of human subjects research coordination is required; top candidates will have experience managing multi-site research studies and overseeing regulatory compliance. For more details, please click hereClosing date: Open Until Filled.

Washington Department of Health 

  • Community Relations and Equity Director

    The Community Relations & Equity Director reports to the Director of the Center for Public Affairs (C4PA) and is a key agency leader. This position provides agency wide leadership in establishing and strengthening agency level strategic partnerships with key community leaders, academic institutions and community-based organizations and community leaders. This position also provides agency wide leadership, direction and guidance to implement the agency’s equity and social justice strategy and establishes effective two-way relationships with key community partners, stakeholders, and organizations that represent or serve populations experiencing systemic inequities, including racism and other forms of oppression. This position leads a diverse team of equity and social justice and community engagement staff who have oversight over critical agency policies, structures and systems, including the cross-agency Equity and Social Justice Collaborative. This position also serves as a consultant to the Secretary of Health, Executive Team and agency leadership on equity and for policy and communication engagement with key non-governmental community partners, with an emphasis on centering community voice and power. Finally, the Director represents the agency on the Governor’s Interagency Council on Health Disparities and agency liaison to the newly formed State Office of Equity. To read more information about this position, and to apply online, please click here. Closing date: Open until filled.

 

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