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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 $40,084.56 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 $55,122.96 annually for AD and $57,432.24 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 $55,122.96 annually for AD and $57,432.24 annually for BSN.

Compliance and Risk Specialist.

Primarily responsible for supporting the agency in all areas of compliance and risk management. Pay range begins at $43,199.40 annually. 

Purchasing Director

The Purchasing Director is primarily responsible for planning, supervising, and performing the daily activities involved in the purchase of materials, supplies, equipment and services for the Tulsa City-County Health Department (TCCHD). This position also participates in the preparation and development of bids, request for proposals (RFP) and contracts. Pay range begins at $61,611.00 annually. 

Manager, Be Well Community Development 

Primarily responsible for supporting the work of the Be Well Community Development Corporation to reach identified goals and to advance the health and quality of life of residents in Tulsa’s District 1. This will involve active engagement with staff and internal Tulsa Health Department programs as well as external community partners to address social determinants of health to improve the health status of individuals and families within north Tulsa. This position will focus on developing strategies and solutions that aim to improve social and preventative behaviors in underserved, high-risk communities. Under the supervision of the Health Equity Director, this position will develop and manage programs and initiatives that support the focus areas targeted to address health improvements in a context-specific, empowering, and culturally sensitive way. This position will also manage the Community Engagement & Prevention Coordinators focused on those programs and initiatives. Responsible for the development of promotional (and initiatives) tools, materials, and resources (including, but not limited to covid resources) to prevent high-risk behaviors in underserved communities and increase utilization of prevention services at the North Regional Health and Wellness Center. Will support all programs offered by the Health Equity Office. Pay range begins at $51,622.80 annually.

Bilingual Receptionist 

Under general supervision, greets and routes visitors, customers, and guests to specific Tulsa Health Department (THD) programs or personnel in a prompt, courteous and professional manner. Exhibits high level of customer service support by assisting all internal and external customers, visitors, and guests. Friendly, outgoing, and motivated personality. Schedules meeting rooms at designated THD location for internal team members. Pay range begins at $31,200 annually. 

Community Engagement &  Prevention Coordinator 

Primarily responsible for supporting the work of Be Well Community Development Corporation to reach identified goals and to a lesser degree, the advancement of Health Equity in Tulsa County. This will involve active engagement with staff and internal Tulsa Health Department programs as well as external community partners to address social determinants of health in an effort to improve the health status of individuals and families within north Tulsa. The position will assist with the review of community needs assessments and development of actionable objectives and serve as an advocate for the promotion of preventive behaviors and increased utilization of prevention services at the North Regional Health and Wellness Center. Will support all programs offered by Be Well CDC in the capacity in which they need to be supported, which can vary from time to time. Pay range begins at $43,199.40 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 $40,084.56 annually. 

Administrative Support Specialist 

Primarily responsible for administrative and data management support to the Emergency Preparedness & Response program and Oklahoma Medical Reserve Corps. This is a CDC Workforce Grant position that is funded through June 30, 2024. Pay range begins at $34,980.72 annuually.

Clerk, WIC Support - Temporary 

This temporary position will provide basic clerical and clinical WIC services. The individual will have experience as both a WIC clerk and Nutrition Assistant. They will fulfill the role and job functions in this capacity on an as-needed basis for all THD WIC sites. They will be responsible for obtaining documentation, explaining the requirements and benefits of the program, loading food benefits, scheduling appointments, greeting clients at the front desk, take anthropometric measurements, perform biochemical tests, nutritional assessments, education, refer to other programs, including the Little by Little (LBL) early literacy program. Pay range begins at $31,824.00 annually. 

Licensed Practical Nurse
Primarily responsible for providing basic nursing services in the Immunization Clinic, including immunizations, laboratory tests, and making referrals for health-related services. Pay range begins at $37,422.96 annually. 

Training Specialist - Software Applications 

The training specialist supports the Tulsa Health Department’s Organizational Development team through effective and high quality training delivery and facilitation. The Software Applications Trainer is responsible for providing end user training for software applications. This position will also be responsible for developing training materials to be presented to staff through face-to-face, online learning opportunities, and virtual options. This position requires an expert level knowledge with all Microsoft Office and Office 365 applications. Must be willing to self-learn new software as needed and must have exceptional customer service skills. Pay range begins at $40,084.56 annually.

Data Abstractor

Primarily responsible for the case review process to include data abstraction, maintenance of comprehensive database on infant mortality, preparation of cases for the Case Review Team, and facilitation of the Case Review Team that includes community partnership building and data acquisition of information related to infant and fetal deaths in Tulsa County and the Tulsa MSA. This position will gather information to share with local experts/partners to enhance the health and well-being of women, infants and families by improving the community resources and service delivery systems available to these families. This position is contingent upon continued OSDH-FIMR funding. Pay range begins at $40,084.56 annually.

Manager, Center for Community Health

This position is primarily responsible for managing and expanding the CCH program, identifying and developing community partnerships, and then working with partnering health systems to tailor program designs meeting priority health concerns and reporting on a weekly or monthly basis as determined by each specific health system. This position will evaluate staff performance and assist in the development of staff professional skills by providing and encouraging relevant trainings. This position requires resourcefulness in locating appropriate community referrals and establishing referral points of contact to meet client needs. Additionally, the position will identify evidence-based programs and evaluation metrics to support the development of program decisions. This position will report to health system leadership by leading the meeting agenda, updating monthly report cards, coordinating related outcome reports, and adjusting the program focus, evaluation metrics, and workflow as requested or deemed necessary. Pay range begins at $51,622.80 annually.

Community Relations Coordinator

Under general supervision, contributes to the marketing and public relations efforts of Department and assists in planning, organizing, directing, and coordinating ongoing and special projects. Pay range begins at $43,199.40 annually. 

Clerk, TB

Primarily responsible for entering computerized patient medical data in PHOCIS and PHIDDO software; preparing correspondence, forms and reports using computer; greeting clients; answering multi-line telephone system; and filing records. Pay range begins at $31,200.00 annually.

Bilingual Family Advocate
The Family Advocate will play a key role in advancing the goals of BEST and realizing the potential of the strategy for children and families. Family Advocates will provide personalized, ongoing support to connect families to desired programs and services and to share information about how families can support their young child’s brain development. Together with other BEST implementing partners, the Family Advocate will impact thousands of children across the county and country, as other communities draw from and replicate the model. Pay range begins at $31,200 annually. 

Talent Acquisition Specialist

The Talent Acquisition Specialist is responsible for delivering all facets of recruiting success and other assigned Human Resources duties to the organization. Reporting to the Senior Director of Human Resources, the Talent Acquisition Specialist is responsible for supporting organization wide recruitment and talent acquisition strategies and activities to successfully attract, cultivate and recruit top talent for all of THD’s programs and operations. This will be achieved through the development of local, regional, and national recruiting plans, employing traditional sourcing strategies and resources as well as developing new, creative recruiting ideas. Achieves staffing objectives by recruiting and evaluating job candidates, advising managers, and overseeing the intern program. The Talent Acquisition Specialist will play a critical role in ensuring agency sustainability. Pay range begins at $40,084.56 annually. 

Project Manager

The Project Manager is a full-time position to administer a CDC grant of the duration of the proposed funding. Funding will support public health infrastructure (i.e., workforce, foundational capabilities, and data modernization). Pay range begins at $51,622.80 annually. 

Manager Health Equity

Primarily responsible for supporting the work of the Health Equity Office including Be Well Community Development Corporation to reach identified goals and to a greater degree, the advancement of Health Equity in Tulsa County. This will involve active engagement with staff and internal Tulsa Health Department programs as well as external community partners to address social determinants of health to improve the health status of individuals and families within north Tulsa. This position will focus on developing strategies and solutions that aim to improve social and preventative behaviors in underserved, high-risk communities. Under the supervision of the Health Equity Director, this position will manage and supervise five Community Health Outreach Workers and Community Engagement & Prevention Coordinators focused on various areas of the community. Responsible for the development of promotional (and initiatives) tools, materials, and resources (including, but not limited to covid resources) to prevent high-risk behaviors in underserved communities and increase utilization of prevention services at the North Regional Health and Wellness Center. Will support all programs offered by the Health Equity Office. Pay range begins at $51,622.80 annually.

Director, Workforce

A strong public health workforce is vital to protecting the public’s health. The Workforce Director will ensure that the investment in the development of the Tulsa Health Department (THD) employee pool will elevate the potential of the agency. Although efforts to promote priorities for workforce development for specific disciplines are important, the Workforce Director will combine shared priorities with an integrated approach to career development that will amplify the impact on the public health workforce as a whole and benefit all employee’s regardless of discipline. The work of the Workforce Director is directional and strategic in nature, impacting all areas of the agency and its employees. This position is responsible for understanding the potential of the organization and the well-being of THD employees, using qualitative and quantitative data. A key component of the work of the Workforce Director is to ensure employees carry forward the THD vision, mission, goals, and core values as established by the Board of Health and leadership. Pay range begins at $61,611.00 annually.  

Family Advocate

The Family Advocate will play a key role in advancing the goals of BEST and realizing the potential of the strategy for children and families. Family Advocates will provide personalized, ongoing support to connect families to desired programs and services and to share information about how families can support their young child’s brain development. Together with other BEST implementing partners, the Family Advocate will impact thousands of children across the county and country, as other communities draw from and replicate the model. Pay range begins at $31,200 annually.

Armed Security Officer
Primarily responsible for the protection and safety of Health Department employees, the public, and property. Pay range begins at $33,280 annually. 

Community Engagement Specialist -Immunizations
The Community Engagement Specialist (CES) is a full-time position lasting through June 30, 2024. Funding for this position is from the Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Disease Control. This position is primarily responsible for providing accurate educational materials and resources related to vaccine benefits, specifically COVID-19 vaccine, to provide health education and promote vaccine access to underserved and minority populations within Tulsa County via community events and non-traditional sites/options to administer vaccine. Pay range begins at $34,980.72 annually. 

Case Manager, Healthy Start
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 $40,084.56 annually. 

Case Manager, Healthy Start- Bilingual
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 $40,084.56 annually.

Facilities Maintenance Worker
Primarily responsible for cleaning and minor maintenance at all Health Department sites as needed and required. Pay range begins at $31,200.00 annually.

Logistics Specialist

Under general supervision of the Logistics Supervisor, provides logistical oversight of the Points of Dispensing and Regional Distribution Site. Assists with the Program’s Medical Countermeasure Dispensing and Distribution Plan, tactical communications, inventory, Regional Distribution Site, and transportation. Pay range begins at $37,422.96 annually. 

Wellness Specialist

Primarily responsible for providing holistic wellness program support for the internal employee wellness program, Working for Balance (W4B) and external clients, such as employer groups and community events. Working as part of a team to develop, facilitate and evaluate wellness interventions for Tulsa Health Department employees and clients. Pay is $19 hourly. 

Coordinator, Community Outreach

Under the general direction of the Manager of Emergency Preparedness and Response Program (EPRP), the Community Outreach Coordinator is primarily responsible for the Push Partner Program and oversite of the EPRP implementation of the Public Health Preparedness Capabilities Fatality Management, Mass Care, Medical Surge, and Medical Countermeasure Dispensing. Further, the Outreach Coordinator is expected to contribute to the remaining capabilities in order to support and sustain an EPRP response to an event or incident. Pay range begins at $43,199.40 annually. 

Chemist

Primarily responsible for performing quantitative, qualitative, and comparative analyses of environmental samples for the purpose of monitoring, regulating, or identifying contaminants. Performing advanced biological, chemical and physical examinations on environmental, drinking and waste waters. Data entry of water analysis results. Pay range begins at $40,084.56 annually. 

Manager Clinical Services TB
Responsible for the overall operation and administration of the Tulsa Health Department’s Tuberculosis program including providing management, supervision, and consultation to TB Nurse Case Mangers. Evaluating and directing their tasks and daily responsibilities. Assisting in the development of staff professional skills and developing collaborative relationships with other health and human service providers including the Oklahoma State Department of Health Tuberculosis Program. Pay range begins at $60, 414.86 annually. 

Senior Dietitian
Primarily responsible for providing nutrition assessment and education for clients through classes and individual counseling. Provides breastfeeding support and promotion. Monitors the day-to-day operations of assigned WIC sites to ensure compliance with policies and procedures. Pay range begins at $43,199.40 annually. 

Community Engagement Specialist-MCH Outchreach
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 preventive health services and available community programs to rebuild and strengthen self-sufficiency as well as conducting basic needs screening, providing referrals and follow-up as appropriate. Pay range begins at $32,136.00 annually.

Environmental Field Supervisor 

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. Assist staff with plan reviews and complaint investigations. Expected to perform above duties individually as needed to achieve program goals. Assist Food Program Manager with policy development, training programs, budget preparation, special projects and strategic planning. Pay range begins at $47,250.24 annually.

WIC Clerk
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 $31,824.00 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 $31,200 annually.