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Hamilton County Public Health

 

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Maternal and Child Health Neighborhood Navigator Contractor

Hamilton County Public Health is accepting applications for a contractual Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Neighborhood Navigator in the Department of Community Health Services. Requirements include: Bachelor’s degree in public health, community health, social services, or other related field preferred. Experience working in a community-based setting preferred for 1-2 years, Community Health Worker or other related certification preferred. Experience with community engagement and outreach to diverse populations preferred. Interpersonal skills that foster trust, including sensitivity, empathy, flexibility, accessibility, patience, resourcefulness and the ability to be non-judgmental desirable. Evening and weekend hours required. Must possess a valid driver’s license issued by the state of residency.

Job Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Establishing trusting relationships with women and their families while providing general support and encouragement.
  • Conducting intake interviews with women to identify needs and connecting women with applicable programs and services.
  • Develop and maintain a portfolio of local resources to connect identified women to.
  • Provide follow-up to women to ensure identified needs were met.
  • Document all communication, connections/referrals, and follow-up for each women served.
  • Coordinate with MCH Access to Care Coordinator to review documented barriers and access challenges.
  • Other projects and duties as assigned by division director and agency administration.
  • Provide support for public health emergencies.

This is a full-time contract position ending September 30, 2020 with the potential to renew the contract based on availability of grant funding. Only non-tobacco users need apply. HCPH is committed to advancing health equity and encourages those with diverse backgrounds and experiences to apply. EOE.

This position is posted until filled.

**This position is grant funded.

Please send resume to:

Stephanie Taylor, HR Officer
250 William Howard Taft Road, 2nd Floor, Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
Stephanie.taylor@hamilton-co.org

 

Septic System Inspector

Hamilton County Public Health is accepting applications for a Septic System Inspector (WQ Technician) vacancy in the Water Quality Division. The successful candidate will inspect sewage treatment system (septic systems) to ensure compliance with requirements. Requirements include: High School Diploma/GED and experience which indicates a basic knowledge of water pollutants, sample collection techniques and a demonstrable ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions. Candidate with GIS/GPS experience and/or a college degree are preferred. Must have valid Driver’s License and private vehicle for job use. Some evening and weekend hours required.

Job Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Performing on-site inspection of sewage treatment systems (including routine lifting of concrete lids) and limited GPS mapping of sewage treatment systems to ensure compliance with required public health standards and state and local regulations.
  • Providing technical advice to owners, operators and contractors on matters relating to sewage treatment systems and storm water pollution prevention.
  • Preparing correspondence, records and reports concerning inspection made.
  • Performing general office work (e.g., filing, answering telephones, etc.).
  • Performing other related duties as assigned.

**Posted until filled.
This is a non exempt position. Only non-tobacco users need apply. HCPH is committed to advancing health equity and encourages those with diverse backgrounds and experiences to apply. EOE.

Please send resume to:
Stephanie Taylor, HR Officer
250 William Howard Taft Road, 2nd Floor, Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
Stephanie.taylor@hamilton-co.org

 

Harm Reduction Program Specialist

Hamilton County Public Health (HCPH) is accepting applications for a Harm Reduction Program Specialist in the Department of Community Health Services. Requirements include: High school diploma or GED with experience in public health, health education or related field, and experience in injury or substance use/abuse prevention, as a first responder, within healthcare systems and/or other similar positions. Bachelor’s Degree, RN/LPN, LSW, OPRS, OCPS, OCDP, CHES, MCHES, CDCA or other relevant certification preferred. Must possess a valid driver’s license issued by the state of residency.

Job Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Serve as the day-to-day field staff for the harm reduction program focused on these core program components: (1) collecting client intake, client surveys, and other data for the syringe services program; (2) ensuring culturally and linguistically appropriate education is provided to participants, family members, and the community; (3) providing supplies for syringe services; (4) distributing personal care items such as condoms and take home pregnancy tests; (5) promoting testing, counseling, and referral for communicable diseases; (6) offering peer navigation for linkage to addiction treatment services; (7) providing overdose prevention education and supplies including naloxone; and (8) linking to other healthcare and social service providers as needed.
  • Collaborate with Harm Reduction Program Supervisor on scheduling; monitoring orders/inventory; completing program reports and program evaluation; program policies and procedures revisions; proposal development; and inter-agency collaboration.
  • Conduct various community outreach, trainings, and/or activities including delivery of current information about harm reduction, injury/disease prevention, and substance abuse disorder treatment and care.
  • Other projects and duties as assigned by Harm Reduction Program Supervisor.
  • Provide support for public health emergencies.

This is a non-exempt grant funded position. Only non-tobacco users need apply. HCPH is committed to advancing health equity and encourages those with diverse backgrounds and experiences to apply. EOE.

Please send resume by 4:00 p.m., Friday, January 31, 2020 to:

Stephanie Taylor, HR Officer
250 William Howard Taft Road, 2nd Floor, Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
Stephanie.taylor@hamilton-co.org

 

Health Counselor

Hamilton County Public Health is accepting applications for a Health Counselor in the Department of Community Health Services. Requirements include: a Bachelor’s Degree in a related field and one (1) year of experience in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of projects a public health setting or equivalent combination of training and/or experience which evidences an advanced knowledge of addiction and addiction services. Relevant certification preferred. Must possess a valid driver’s license issued by the state of residency.

Job Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Conducts individual and group counselling sessions to assess clients’ physical and mental health needs.
  • Coordinates, organizes and plans presentations for community groups, health professionals and key stakeholders.
  • Provides staff support to a variety of boards, commissions and committees
  • Prepares and distributes reports as requested.
  • Meets with individuals and outside agencies including resource personnel for presentations, special activities and various governmental representatives.
  • Obtains and maintains files of data from outside agencies.
  • Other duties as assigned.

This is an exempt grant funded position. Only non-tobacco users need apply. HCPH is committed to advancing health equity and encourages those with diverse backgrounds and experiences to apply. EOE.

Please send resume by 4:00 p.m., Friday, January 31, 2020:

Stephanie Taylor, HR Officer
250 William Howard Taft Road, 2nd Floor, Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
Stephanie.taylor@hamilton-co.org

 

Digital Communication & Marketing Manager

Hamilton County Public Health, a Nationally Accredited and award winning health district, is accepting applications for a Digital Communication and Marketing Manager. Requirements include: Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college in Public Health, Public Administration, or related degrees with emphasis in communication or other related fields. Master’s Degree preferred. Must have valid driver’s license issued in the state of residency and must be willing to serve in the unclassified civil service.

Job duties will include but are not limited to:

  • Developing and implementing effective communication strategies that build Agency and program awareness and brand including Agency website, email marketing, and social media.
  • Working with departments to create new communication outreach strategies.
  • Analyzing and implementing community outreach campaigns including social media, with an emphasis in creating public engagement using podcasts, blogs, webinars, etc.
  • Managing the Agency’s branding strategy and ensuring branding is consistent across all Agency communication tools.
  • Lead the creative process and development of content across all communication mediums.
  • Researching and remaining informed about new communication technologies and tools for reaching various populations including Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Return on Investment (ROI), growth tracking, and other metrics.
  • Reviewing Agency communication material and assuring publications meet culturally and linguistically appropriate standards and readability.
  • Preparing budget requests and projections. Managing contracts. Preparing required reports.
  • Supervising assigned staff.

This is an unclassified exempt position. Only non-tobacco users need apply. HCPH is committed to advancing health equity and encourages those with diverse backgrounds and experiences to apply. EOE.

Please send resume/references by 4:00 p.m., Friday, January 24, 2020 to:

Stephanie Taylor, HR Officer
250 William Howard Taft Road, 2nd Floor, Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
Stephanie.taylor@hamilton-co.org

 

Overdose Fatality Review Interviewer Contractor

Hamilton County Public Health is accepting applications for a contractual Overdose Fatality Review Interviewer in the Department of Community Health Services. No more than 40 hours a month. Requirements include: Bachelor’s degree in a public health, human services, social work or a related field. Must demonstrate strong communication/interpersonal skills, organizational skills, and have reliable transportation. Knowledge of overdose and substance use disorders and/or direct experience working in substance use treatment preferred.

Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Assist the Overdose Fatality Review (OFR) coordinator in implementing a comprehensive OFR program
  • Conduct interview of families and other known contacts who have experienced the loss of an individual with a substance use disorder in Hamilton County – interviews may include bereavement support and screening for needed referrals
  • Provide referrals and follow-up to families and other known contacts by phone to assure connection to necessary social and medical services
  • Enter data and interview findings into an electronic database and develop written case summaries
  • Take part in and support the work of the OFR team meetings as needed
  • Serve as primary linkage to care/resources contact for families interviewed through the program

This is a grant-funded contractual position. Only non-tobacco users need apply. HCPH is committed to advancing health equity and encourages those with diverse backgrounds and experiences to apply. EOE.

Please send resume to:

Stephanie Taylor, HR Officer
250 William Howard Taft Road, 2nd Floor, Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
Stephanie.Taylor@hamilton-co.org
Posted Until Filled

 

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