ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH MANAGER (Environmental Sanitarian IV)
Example of Duties: Responsible for the overall management of the Environmental Health Services section, including program planning, directing, managing and organizing. Plans, tracks, oversees and is accountable for the Environmental Health Services section budget. Leads and provides direction in grant application and administration for multiple program grants. This position provides direct supervision of Environmental Health Services staff members. Supervision includes scheduling, assigning duties, mentoring and developing staff and evaluating performance. It also includes review and revision of applicable municipal codes and enforcement specifically of Anchorage Municipal Codes chapters 15 and 16. This position works closely with the public, governmental and private sector agencies in addressing public environmental health needs and providing technical support. This is a multi-faceted job with demands for the incumbents time coming from multiple directions, requiring a balancing of priorities. Perform other related duties as assigned. …read more
The Alaska Mental Health Board is recruiting the temporary expertise of a qualified researcher/analyst to support the work of the Alaska Longitudinal Child Abuse and Neglect Linkage project (ALCANLink). The ALCANLink program is located in beautiful Anchorage, Alaska, and is housed within the Maternal Child Health-Epidemiology Unit of the Alaska Division of Public Health. The researcher will work closely with the senior epidemiologist of this project and contribute substantially to data analysis and research. This position will organize and develop comprehensive data dictionaries, conduct complex statistical analyses, and develop a variety of publications including online interactive products. Being comfortable using relational data systems and coding in R is vital to success of this position. …read more
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS MANAGER / SAFETY OFFICER
Example of Duties: Responsible for the overall management and administration of the Department’s Emergency Preparedness (EP) Program which exists to protect and improve the public health and well-being of all people in Anchorage by developing and maintaining coordinated public health emergency preparedness, response, and recovery capabilities for pandemics, natural disasters and bioterrorism events. Duties include oversight of all EP program activities relating to DHHS Public Health Emergency Response planning; preparation; employment and demobilization operations; training of department staff related to potential emergencies within the department and community; grant and budget management; strategizing with DHHS management in collaboration with the MOA Office of Emergency Management, State of Alaska, local hospitals and other agencies as necessary. Directly supervises two emergency preparedness professionals and one assistant. Supervision includes mentoring, scheduling, assigning and reviewing work, and evaluating performance. This position also serves as the department’s safety officer and is responsible for compliance with the rules of the OSHA, EPA and other regulatory groups. Ensures regular internal compliance inspections are conducted and recorded to identify and mitigate hazards as well as ensure employees are taking required safety precautions. The safety officer ensures proper documentation of all incidents, injuries and near-misses and provides employees with safety education, exercises and communication including municipal P&P’s, OSHA, EPA and other regulations. Perform other related duties as assigned. …read more
WIC Program Manager
Example of Duties: Provide overall direction and leadership for WIC. Plan, train, direct, and evaluate work performance of staff and contractors. Work with department supervisors, program staff, state staff, and community agencies to assess community needs, and plan and implement community health intervention strategies. Develop and manage program budget. Prepare grant proposals and reports. Represent the program, division, and department in the community through working with agencies, academic institutions, and policy makers. Perform other related duties as assigned.
Nurse Supervisor (Nurse Supervisor I)
Example of Duties: Assist Clinical Services Supervisor with all aspects of program administration including financial planning, grant management and program reporting. Closely collaborate with other Supervisors within Clinical Services. Supervise staff assigned to onsite clinics, offsite clinics, and outreach events who perform assessment, diagnosis, treatment, referral and management evaluation for clients seeking services related to family planning services, sexually transmitted infections, immunizations, and other clinical services. Perform other related duties as assigned.
Assistant/Associate Professor, Health Science
The Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies at the University of Alaska Anchorage is seeking a full time, tripartite tenure tract faculty at the Assistant or Associate Professor level to build a research program focused on one or more health issues of particular interest in Alaska. The level of appointment is open and will be based on candidate experience and interests. …read more
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