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Reporting to the Executive Director and serving as an integral member of the senior leadership team, the Environmental Public Health Division Chief will be primarily responsible for the direction, operation, budget, development and implementation of policies and procedures that relate to the Environmental Health Division. Assists staff in the education and regulatory activities involved with food and institutional facilities, public bathing places, lodging, vector control, occupied housing, nuisance abatement and premise sanitation and water quality laboratory activities. Coordinates the Division’s activities with federal, state, and local agencies, community and civic leaders. Pay range begins at $80,329.83 annually.
Primarily responsible for providing public health nursing services to the public and is involved in community health activities. Pay range begins at $47,101.24 annually for AD and $49,074.46 annually for BSN.
Primarily responsible for providing professional nursing services through home visitation to low-income, low-resource, first-time mothers and during the first two years of the child’s life. Focusing on low-income women who have had no previous live births, the nurses follow well-developed program protocols designed to improve women’s health-related behaviors, parent’s care of their children, and parent’s own personal development. Pay range begins at $47,101.24 annually for AD and $49,074.46 annually for BSN.
Within the Healthy Start guidelines, provides case management services to Tulsa County pregnant women, women of childbearing age, and their families in order to improve birth outcomes and decrease infant mortality. Pay range begins at $40,084.48 annually.
Primarily responsible for the protection and safety of Health Department employees, the public, and property. Pay range begins at $26,206.27 annually.
Provides professional social work services to women of child-bearing age and their families, and works in concert with the client, agency, and community to prevent infant mortality; to address barriers to receiving adequate care for optimal health; addresses behavioral health issues; triages clients to specialized agencies for additional assistance, counseling, and treatment. Supports efforts of Tulsa Fetal Infant Mortality Review (TFIMR) program and serves as consultant on the Community Advisory Team (CAT) as needed as this team addresses Tulsa-area specific interventions for reducing infant mortality. Completes home interviews with families who have experienced a fetal or infant loss residing in Tulsa, Rogers, Wagoner, Okmulgee, Osage, Pawnee, Washington and Creek counties. Pay range begins at $45,000 annually.
Responsible for the supervision and development of Environmental Health Specialists and Sanitarians in conducting the visual and technical analysis of commercial food and institutional facilities as set forth in state and local public health laws and regulations. Enforces local, state, and federal regulations regarding these establishments.
Oversees plan review and construction activities to ensure that minimum standards are met for the sanitary design, layout, operational and food product flow, construction, and maintenance of equipment, premises, and surroundings to safeguard public safety and health. Provides oversight and coordination of plan review processes; assists staff with plan reviews, and communicates with staff, supervisors, contractors, and architects regarding submission and review of plans. Pay range begins at $47,250.26 annually.
Primarily responsible for providing public health services to the public and is involved in the COVID-19 pandemic response. This full-time temporary position is primarily responsible for receiving reports of persons suspected or confirmed as having COVID-19; conducting contact tracing and disease investigations that include locating clients, interviewing clients. Interviews will involve gathering information about symptoms, exposures, and identifying others with whom the case has been in contact while potentially infectious. Pay range begins at $17.99 hourly.
The Certified Lactation Consultant will educate, mentor, and support breast-feeding mothers and pregnant woman who are planning to breastfeed their newborns. The Certified Lactation Consultant will assess and provide interventions for mothers and infants who are having difficulties with breastfeeding to facilitate successful initiation and promote longevity of breastfeeding. The focus will be on the Maternal Child population and those participating in the Birth through Eight Strategy for Tulsa (BEST) Initiative. Must be certified by the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners (IBLCE). Pay range begins at $16.82 hourly.
A WIC Breastfeeding Peer Counselor is a paraprofessional support person who gives basic breastfeeding information and encouragement to WIC pregnant and breastfeeding mothers. Pay range begins at $26,206.27 annually.
Primarily responsible for obtaining documentation from WIC participants, explaining the requirements and benefits of the program, supplying clients with food benefits, and scheduling appointments; receiving visitors and clients at the front desk; and performing related clerical support activities. WIC Clerks will also promote and implement the Little by Little (LBL) early literacy project when working from a WIC site that provides those services. Bilingual in Spanish/English required. Pay range begins at $26,206.27 annually.
Primarily responsible for performing clerical support activities for the Preventive Health program. Duties include telephone and face-to-face reception, scheduling appointments, computerized data entry, collecting fees, client record preparation, filing, and preparing reports and billing information. Pay range begins at $26,206.27 annually.