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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.
Under direct supervision of the Healthy Living Program (HLP) Manager, assist in the planning and implementation of the Tulsa HLP, serving as one of the Assistant Coordinator's to assist the other Coordinator's and the Program Manager with the implementation and achievement of the grant deliverables. Pay range begins at $47,250.24 annually.
Primarily responsible for advancing health equity across Tulsa County. This position will catalyze culture change across sectors to address structural barriers that deepen health inequities, such as racism, poverty, ineffective policies, and systematic barriers that harm certain groups and benefit others. This position will also be responsible for supporting Be Well Community Development Corporation (CDC) to reach identified strategic plan goals. 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 health status of individuals and families within District 1. The position will assist with review of community needs assessments and development of actionable objectives. Pay range begins at $61,611.00 annually.
Primarily responsible for providing technical supervision of laboratory procedures with technical oversight regarding: performing quantitative, qualitative, and comparative inorganic chemical and bacteriological analyses of environmental samples for the purpose of monitoring, regulating, or identifying contaminants related to the following instrumentation: GC, TOC analyzer, AA mercury analyzer, ICP, AA/furnace, Flow-injection analyzer, and Spectrophotometer. Provides coordination of sample analysis, functional guidance, and training to laboratory staff. Pay range begins at $ 43,199.40 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 $ 31,573.32 annually.
The Community Health Worker (CHW) is a team member to help the CCH attain program success and to improve the health and wellbeing of patients. The CHW position works under the supervision of the Director of the CCH. The employee works with a team of health care professionals to provide patients with opportunities to improve their health and assist individuals in their communities to adopt healthy behaviors. CHWs will primarily work out in the community with previously identified patients and will have office space at SFHS. The employee provides information on available resources, provides social support, advocates for individuals and community health needs, and provide health maintenance services such as blood pressure screening. Responsibilities will include case management, documentation of each patient contact, general health management skill building and training to reduce barriers to help patients access appropriate health care services. CHWs will work closely with medical providers, primary care teams, THD, and other agencies to improve patient care and outcomes. Implement effective strategies for linking “High Risk” uninsured and underinsured clients to primary care/medical homes; increase access to appropriate health care and community based services; assist individuals in improving health status; and promote behavior change in using the health care delivery system. Pay range begins at $26,206.32 annually.
Under the direction of the Immunizations Manager, 50% of this position will consist of being responsible for the oversight and coordination of activities for the Tulsa Area Immunization Coalition (TAIC); the remaining 50% will involve providing direct and indirect professional public health nursing services to clients, with the goal of improving immunization rates in the Tulsa County area. Pay range begins at $40,084.56 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 $40,084.48 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.
Primarily responsible for providing supervision of clinical activities and consultation to assigned public health nurses and staff. Evaluating staff work and assisting in the development of their professional skills, providing clinical direction and coordination, and providing nursing services to the public through clinical services. Pay range begins at $52,664.35 annually.
The Community Health Coordinator, Supervisor 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 assisting in the planning, coordinating, organizing, and leading of activities to ensure equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines. This person will be responsible for providing supervision and oversite to the public health nurses and staff funded by this grant. This position will also be responsible for promoting, educating and coordinating the administration of COVID-19 vaccine in the community. Pay range begins at $47,250.26 annually.
Primarily responsible for defining the scope, planning specific activities and supervising personnel in the implementation of health department programs regarding existing structures, nuisance abatement, general complaints, lead, asbestos, vector control and abatement, air quality, West Nile Virus Surveillance Program and the public health laboratory. The Manager is involved in the development and implementation of policies and procedures, with oversight from Division Chief, to be used by the Environmental Health Services (EHS) staff and coordinates the division's activities with other federal, state or local agencies. Pay range begins at $51,622.80 annually.
Primarily responsible for coordinating refugee health-related activities. Promotes the mission of the Tulsa Health Department (THD) by alleviating barriers to health care access for clients served by THD. Additionally provides service to Tuberculosis Control Program (TB) through entering computerized patient medical data in PHOCIS software; prepares correspondence, forms and reports using computer; greets clients; answers telephones; and scans outside records to attach into PHOCIS records. Pay range begins at $26,206.27 annually.
Primarily responsible for front office reception, answering division phones, and assisting walk-in customers. Manages Plan Review processes including database data entry, tracking processes, and completion, and providing billing documentation. Manages food program processes and files. Performs translation service in support of Division needs either in the office or in the field. Responsible for general complaint and foodborne illness processing and database entry. Pay range begins at $31,573.29 annually.
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.
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 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.
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.
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 communitywide 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The training specialist supports the Tulsa Health Department Organizational Development department through effective and high quality training delivery and facilitation. This position assists with maintaining curriculum in the following ways; content creation and updates, gathering accurate informational resources, and collaborating on program offerings. Ability to follow brand strategy and aesthetic components of THD University, the learning management system utilized to further the THD mission, values, and programs. Collaborate across diverse groups of employees to ensure trainings meet learning objectives and are aligned with Tulsa Health Department workforce goals. Support Organizational Development Coordinator in carrying out Professional Development programs, workshops, and interventions which have been created to fortify employee and leader competencies. Pay range begins at $34,980.72 annually.