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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.
Protects the community from vaccine preventable disease by providing education and immunization services. Assesses the immunization status of clients, administers vaccines, and educates clients and community groups regarding disease prevention through immunization. Provides and administers vaccines to international travelers. Pay range begins at $47,101.24 annually for AD and $49,074.46 annually for BSN.
A WIC Breastfeeding Peer Counselor is a paraprofessional support person who gives basic breastfeeding information and encouragement to WIC pregnant and breastfeeding mothers. Bilingual in Spanish/English or Zomi/English required. Pay range begins at $26,206.27 annually.
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.
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.
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. Pay range begins at $80,329.83 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.Pay range begins at $27,961.16 annually.
Under general supervision, the Community Engagement assistant (CEA) is primarily responsible for administrative and programmatic support to the Community Engagement and Prevention Coordinator, in the Adolescent & Child Health Division. Assists in planning, organizing, directing and coordinating ongoing and special projects. Supports the North Tulsa Community Coalition by attending meetings, taking meeting notes, securing meeting spaces and locations, securing supplies, and providing program information. The CEA will provide moderate administrative support to the Maternal Child Health Outreach Manager. The Support Specialist position works internally at THD sites, at area agencies and in north Tulsa neighborhoods at risk for poor health outcomes. Pay range begins at $34,980.69 annually.
Primarily responsible for the development, implementation, and direction of the housing program of the Health Department. Provides oversight and coordination of inspecting the physical conditions of residential and commercial structures for compliance. Help to increase the number of adequate, safe, and affordable home in Tulsa. Identify educational opportunities for health professional regarding how housing and health intersect. Directs, develops and coordinates complaints, inspections and housing projects. Enforces federal, state, and local public health regulations regarding code violations. Pay range begins at $43,199.40 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 $43,199.40 annually.