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The Purchasing Specialist is primarily responsible for facilitating purchases on behalf of Tulsa City-County Health Department (TCCHD) programs. 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.
Community Engagement Specialist
Provides health-based education and connections to uninsured and underinsured Tulsa area Residents to include; Agency view enrollment assistance to Medicaid/SoonerCare adult expansion populations; community messaging to increase awareness of American Rescue Plan child tax credits in order to rebuild and strengthen self-sufficiency following the Covid-19 pandemic; and conducting basic needs screening, providing referrals and follow-up as appropriate. Pay range begins at $31,573.29 annually.
Supervisor, Community Engagement
Provides direction for and supervision of team of workers of health-based engagement team to address uninsured and underinsured Tulsa area Residents. Duties of team to include; Agency view enrollment assistance to Medicaid/SoonerCare adult expansion populations; community messaging to increase awareness of American Rescue Plan child tax credits in order to rebuild and strengthen self-sufficiency following the Covid-19 pandemic; and conducting basic needs screening, providing referrals and follow-up as appropriate.Pay range begins at $37,422.91 annually.
Primarily responsible for administrative and data-maintenance support for the Tulsa Health Department Healthy Start (THD HS) program. Pay range begins at $34,980.69 annually.
Health Education Promotion Specialist
Primarily responsible for guiding schools in the implementation of the Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC) model and developing, presenting and providing programs and interventions that promote school health and wellbeing to schools, staff, students, parents and community members. Pay range begins at $40,084.48 annually.
The Accountable Health Communities (AHC) represents an exciting opportunity for Tulsa. Funded through Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the goal of this innovative model of care is for social needs, not just medical needs, to be addressed in order to improve health outcomes and reduce health care costs. Through the Route 66 AHC, Oklahomans will be screened for social needs in five key areas: housing insecurity, food insecurity, utility assistance, interpersonal violence and transportation. Individuals and families in need will be connected to social service agencies through a coordinated navigation service. Pay range begins at $26,206.27 annually.
Coordinator Community Engagement
The Community Engagement and Prevention Coordinator is a full-time position lasting through May 31, 2023. Funding for this position is from the CDC National Initiative to Address COVID-19 Health Disparities Among Populations at High-Risk and Underserved, Including Racial and Ethnic Minority Populations and Rural Communities Grant (CDC-RFA-OT21-2103).
The Community Engagement and Prevention Coordinator is primarily responsible for assisting in planning, organizing, leading, and coordinating ongoing and special projects of the North Tulsa Community Coalition. The Community Engagement and Prevention Coordinator will also provide COVID-19 and other outreach efforts to improve health outcomes, equity, and wellness in north Tulsa. This position will report to the Manager of Community Engagement and Prevention. Pay range begins at $40,084.48 annually.
Community Engagement Advocate
The Community Engagement and Prevention Advocate is a full-time position lasting through May 31, 2023. Funding for this position is from the CDC National Initiative to Address COVID-19 Health Disparities Among Populations at High-Risk and Underserved, Including Racial and Ethnic Minority Populations and Rural Communities Grant (CDC-RFA-OT21-2103).
The Community Engagement and Prevention Advocate is primarily responsible for providing COVID-19 and other outreach efforts to improve health outcomes, equity, and wellness in north Tulsa by supporting the efforts of the North Tulsa Community Coalition. The Community Engagement and Prevention Advocate provides health-based outreach and advocacy in the north Tulsa community. The advocate works internally at the THD North Regional Health & Wellness Center, at approved area agencies, and in north Tulsa neighborhoods at risk for poor health outcomes. This position will report to the Manager of Community Engagement and Prevention and work in conjunction with the Community Engagement and Prevention Coordinator. Pay range begins at $40,084.48 annually.
Coordinator, North Tulsa Forward Program
The North Tulsa Forward Program Coordinator will promote, market, and provide facilitation of the North Tulsa Community Coalition’s North Tulsa Forward program (NTFP) in accordance with the Affordable Housing Trust Fund (AHTF) Grant requirements. The NTFP is a culturally competent and comprehensive homeownership program. NTFP was created to support potential and existing homeowners with navigating the entire lifecycle of the homeownership process. This is a non-renewed grant funded position with a limit of five (5) years. Pay range begins at $40,084.48 annually.
The Center for Community Health (CCH) represents an exciting opportunity for Tulsa. Funded through the Saint Francis Health System (SFHS), the goal of the partnership is to improve health disparities in the Tulsa community, decrease re-admission rates and inappropriate emergency room usage, and increase the use of primary care providers to improve patient health outcomes. SFHS will identify “High Risk” clients residing in Tulsa County. The Case Manager (CM) is a team member to help the CCH attain its program success and to improve the health of patients. Pay range begins at $32,816.34 annually.
The Project Manager is a full-time position of 18-24 months to administer a CDC grant of the same duration. Funding from CDC’s National Initiative to Address COVID-19 Health Disparities Among Populations at High-Risk and Underserved, Including Racial and Ethnic Minority Populations and Rural Communities (CDC-RFA-OT21-2103) will provide COVID and other outreach efforts to improve health equity and wellness across Tulsa County. Funding will build infrastructure and services at the Tulsa City-County Health Department (TCCHD) and partner organizations who receive subawards through the grant.
The ideal candidate is experienced managing grant deliverables, including overseeing the timeline and budget, rallying key collaborators, responding to changing program needs, and regularly reporting to the CDC and other constituents. Key to success will be the ability to build relationships with both internal and external partners. Pay range begins at $51.622.85 annually.
Public Health Inspector
Primarily responsible for inspections of commercial food establishments and institutional facilities as set forth in state and local public health laws and regulations, and providing food safety education. Pay range begins at $40,084.48 annually.
Manager, Clinical Services
Primarily responsible for managing the Family Planning, Adult Health, Take Charge, and STD Program staff of the Tulsa Health Department, providing clinical direction, coordination, and management of clinical activities including collaborating with laboratory services. The position is also responsible for programmatic oversight and management of the state administered Title X Grant and Take Charge Grant. Pay range begins at $57,537.90 annually.
Satellite Center Clerk
Primarily responsible for performing clerical support activities at a Tulsa Health Department satellite center. Duties includes the coordination and performance of clerical activities for programs in the Preventive Health Services Division. Pay range begins at $29,628.30 annually.
Division Chief, Adolescent Child Health
Reporting to the Chief Operations Officer and serving as an integral member of the senior leadership team, this position is primarily responsible for directing/managing the Tulsa Health Department’s Adolescent and Child Health Division, services and community wide programs, including It’s All About Kids/School Health; WIC Program and WIC Peer Program; Child Guidance; Audiology; Personal Responsibility Education Program (teen pregnancy prevention) and serve as the site supervisor of the North Regional Health & Wellness Center. Responsibilities include the development and execution of strategic plans and policies and procedures to be used by the managers, staff for coordination of health activities with other state or local agencies. Pay range begins at $80,329.83 annually.
Children's Behavioral Health Specialist
Primarily responsible for identifying or facilitating the early identification of children with psychological, social, emotional or behavioral issues; providing psycho-educational, prevention and intervention services to children and their families; training, educating and consulting with parents and professionals on techniques to promote optimal social-emotional development; administering psycho-social screenings and limited evaluations of children; providing counseling services and referring families who are in need of an appropriate resource; and collaborating with community organizations to ensure systems are in place to meet families’ parenting needs. Pay range begins at $43,199.40 annually.
Organizational Development Manager
The OD Manager is responsible for Leadership and Professional Development Program Design, Development, and Delivery. Be the Dean of THD University by creating curriculum and certification programs to further promote the THD mission, values, and programs. Partners with key stakeholders to assess development needs and performance gaps within the leadership and employee groups; and ensures learning interventions are aligned to Health Department goals. Advises, consults, and collaborates with stakeholders to design and create resources that develop employee and leader competencies, and support cultural initiatives such as innovation and change management. Manages and delivers high quality, high impact Leadership and Professional Development programs, workshops, and interventions. Facilitates team-building sessions. Develops and implements onboarding resources for new employees and leaders. Oversees structured On the Job training programs to ensure consistency, quality, and continuity. Develops and implements communication and plans to increase understanding of the available resources company-wide. Pay range begins at $51,622.85 annually.
The Birth through Eight Strategy for Tulsa (BEST) represents an exciting opportunity for Tulsa. BEST is a comprehensive, continuous and integrated approach that focuses on families to help break the cycle of intergenerational poverty. This strategy knits together programs and services to create a seamless continuum of support. Programs, services, community agencies and philanthropies are partnering with Tulsa’s families to build a cycle of opportunity. Pay range begins at $26,206.27 annually.
Public Health Nurse- Clinical Services
Primarily responsible for providing public health nursing services to the public and is involved in community health activities. Pay range begins at $50,969.18 annually for AD and $53,104.25 annually for BSN.
Public Health Nurse- Children First
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 women who have had no previous live births, the nurses implement the Nurse Family Partnership Model, using well developed program protocols to improve women’s health-related behaviors, parent’s care of their children, and parent’s own personal development. Pay range begins at $50,969.18 annually for AD and $53,104.25 annually for BSN.
Clinical Social Worker
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.
WIC Clerk- Bilingual
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.
Clinical Services Clerk
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.
Provides health-based outreach to maternal and child health population to reduce infant mortality risk factors and address barriers to prenatal, pediatric and inter-conception care, including lack of insurance/Medicaid coverage and basic needs screening. Outreach position works internally at THD sites, at area agencies and in neighborhoods at risk for poor health outcomes. Pay range begins at $31,573.29 annually.
Facilities Maintenance Worker
Primarily responsible for cleaning and minor maintenance at all Health Department sites as needed and required.Pay range begins at $26,206.27 annually.