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South Dakota Department of Health – Division of Health and Medical Services
The Administrator of the Office of Family & Community Health leads development and integrates delivery of public health programs including, but not limited to Women’s, Infants & Children’s Nutrition Supplemental Program, Maternal and Child Health Programs, Newborn Screening, Perinatal Health, Family Planning and Home Visiting. As a public health nurse manager, this position is responsible for overall operations and administration of public health services provided in community health offices located in nearly every county of the state. This includes accountability for all administrative, supervisory and technical components of public health programs, monitoring trends in communities served, adjusting programing and staffing as needed, and evaluating the operation of community health service.
Must be licensed or be eligible to be licensed as a Registered Nurse in South Dakota.
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Imagine working for an entire people, instead of a business. Southcentral Foundation can give you that job satisfaction.
Come join our innovative, cutting edge, award winning healthcare organization who is expanding the frontier of healthcare.
Located on the Alaska Native Medical Center campus in Anchorage, Southcentral Foundation is a nonprofit healthcare system that is nationally recognized, Alaska Native people owned, managed, directed and designed – known as the Nuka System of Care. SCF employs more than 1,800 people with a budget of more than $220 million for 67 health care programs and services.
As an Alaska Licensed Clinician, Crisis Clinician or Behavioral Health Consultant you may enjoy:
• Supervised clinical hours towards your Alaska Licensure
• On site gym and fitness classes
• One hour a week for wellness activities
• Reimbursement for licenses and certification (depending on job)
• Flexible work schedule
• Opportunity to work on a multi-disciplinary team
• Case management support
• 10% sign on bonus for AK Licensed Therapists and Social Workers
• Lots of ancillary programs
• Teen residential program
• Pregnant women w/ substance issues in-house treatment
• Intensive Out Patient substance abuse program
• Clubhouse for mentally ill
The Clinician II and Behavioral Health Consultant II positions requires a Master’s in behavioral health field including; social work, counseling or psychology. For Level II an additional two (2) years of supervised clinical work experience at the Clinician I level plus training in behavioral medicine, health psychology concepts, social, systems and familial aspects of psychological and medical conditions, with a current licensure.
Salary DOE with 10% Sign on bonus with a two year obligation and excellent benefits including a employer matched 401k, start earning up to 3+ weeks paid leave during your first 2 years, earn up to 5.2 weeks leave after 2 years, employee medical, dental, vision, hearing and more.
Contact us at:
Beverly Willmon, Behavioral Health Recruiter
4501 Diplomacy Drive; suite 200, Anchorage, AK 99508
Toll Free: (888) 700-6966
See full job description and apply online at
ANTHC Tobacco Prevention and Control Program
SUMMARY OF POSITION: Responsible for providing quality comprehensive primary care services in a primary medical care, ambulatory clinic setting. The provider works independently and interdependently with other clinic providers.
QUALIFICIATIONS: Must possess licensure in the State of Alaska as either an Advanced Nurse Practitioner or Physician’s Assistant. Previous experience with a multi-specialty group whose patient population included a homeless and indigent population is preferred. Interpersonal skills that demonstrate ability to effectively communicate and treat. Demonstrated competencies in dealing with all age groups.
Staff Physician with OB
SUMMARY OF POSITION: To provide comprehensive primary medical care services to patient sin a primary medical care ambulatory clinic setting.
QUALIFICATIONS: Graduate of an accredited medical school. Completion of U.S.G.M.E approved residency program.
Tobacco Program Manager
Job Summary: Under limited supervision this position plans and oversees ongoing administration of programs in fulfillment the mission and vision of ANTHC. The Program Manager cooperates with or directs the work of administrative and other staff members to ensure program priorities and needs are met.
Minimum Education: A Bachelor’s Degree in a discipline relevant to the scope of this position. Progressively responsible professional work experience may be substituted on a year for year basis for education beyond a Bachelor’s Degree.
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State of Alaska Tobacco Prevention and Control Program
Evaluation Program Manager
The State of Alaska Tobacco Prevention and Control Program is recruiting for the Evaluation Program Manager- Epidemiology Specialist II. This position will be the recognized expert in epidemiology and evaluation as related to tobacco prevention and control efforts. The position is responsible for planning and overseeing tobacco-related evaluation and surveillance activities at the local and state level. Using sound epidemiologic and evaluation methodologies, the incumbent will work with staff, grantees, and partners to evaluate and improve tobacco prevention and control programmatic efforts to reduce tobacco’s impact in Alaska and improve the public’s health. For more information or to apply for the position, visit Workplace Alaska to see this posting or search for Job #07336, Epidemiology Specialist II (PCN 06-1996).
Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center
Summary of Position: Works under the direction of the Clinical Operations Director. Responsible for monitoring clinical and ancillary operations throughout the facility to ensure compliance with established quality care and customer service standards. Promotes and restores patient’s health by developing day-to-day management and continuum of care planning of the patient care areas, directing and developing staff, collaborating with providers and multidisciplinary professional staffs, providing physical and psychological support for patients, friends and families. Participates and contributes in setting up standards of care within the objectives, standards and policies of the department and within his or her scope of practice. Responsible for the safe and effective delivery and future development of the overall service, working towards achievement of practice aims and objectives.
Qualifications: Graduation from an accredited school of nursing practice. License to practice as a Licensed Registered Nurse in the State of Alaska. BLS completion is current. Two years of nursing or clinical experience required. Minimum two years supervisory experience required.
Summary of Position: The Executive Director is the most senior level administrative position with responsibility for all financial and clinical operations of ANHC. This responsibility includes the authority to oversee all aspects of health care delivery including planning, resource allocation, growth and development, regulatory compliance, quality, efficiency and the implementation of strategic initiatives approved by the Board of Directors. This is a full time position and is directly accountable to the ANHC Board of Directors.
Qualifications: Graduate degree preferred in one of the following fields: Administration, Public Health or Medicine, or 5-10 years equivalent experience. Experience in the following: Public Health or Health Services Administration, Personnel Supervision, development and implementation of a complex health center.
Hiring Range: DOE
RN Team Lead
SUMMARY OF POSITION:
Supervises and directs the Certified Medical Assistants for the Center, including recruitment, hiring, orientation, scheduling, evaluation and discipline of the licensed nursing staff according to policies, procedures, philosophy and objectives of the department and Center. Acts as “on site” Center resource for all staff as issues and concerns arise. Assures appropriateness and goals of patient care. Co-Manages the nursing services with the RN Supervisor.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:
RN graduate from a school of nursing accredited by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) required. Bachelor’s degree as a Registered Nurse from an accredited college or university preferred. Active license as a Registered Nurse in the State of Alaska. Four years of full time appropriate experience in a multi-specialty medical group setting including policy development and 2 years supervisory experience is required. Must have demonstrated potential for leadership. Use of personal vehicle required for travel; valid driver’s license required; must have personal auto insurance.
HIRING RANGE: DOE
Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center:
4951 Business Park Boulevard, Anchorage, Alaska 99503
(Fax) 907-743-7256 |
Southcentral Foundation, Anchorage, AK
Nuka System of Care
Southcentral Foundation’s “Nuka System of Care” is a name given to the whole health care system created, managed, and owned by Alaska Native people to achieve physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellness.
The relationship-based Nuka System of Care is comprised of organizational strategies and processes; medical, behavioral, dental and traditional practices; and supporting infrastructure that work together – in relationship – to support wellness. By putting relationships at the forefront of what we do and how we do it, the Nuka System will continue to develop and improve for future generations and share this with the world.
Salary DOE with excellent benefits including an employer matched 401K plan, paid time off starting at 3.7 weeks, and increasing with years of service, employee medical, dental, vision, hearing and more. See full current job descriptions and apply online at at www.southcentralfoundation.com or contact Beverly Willmon at 888-700-6966, x3/ 907-729-6515 or