Jobs

ALPHA offers an opportunity to post jobs available at your organization. If you would like to post a job on this page please send your listing in electronic form to ">. Listings should be brief, and include the following:

  • Organization name, job title and brief description of the position
  • Minimum qualifications
  • Deadline for applications
  • Where to send a resume (include Web link if available)
  • A contact for ALPHA about this ad (name, email, phone number or email address) in case we have questions.

Listings will be removed after 3 months unless requested to extend posting.

 Girl Scout Camp Togawoods

Nurse

Girl Scout Camp Togawoods is looking for a camp nurse for the summer, beginning now through August 10, 2015.   Please pass this opportunity to nurses who may be available and interested.  The Camp is willing to split the summer if there are nurses who are interested shorter amounts of time.  Please contact Amanda Block at  907-529-9359 or 907-273-0316. (Posted 6/9/15)

State of Alaska

Public Health Nursing

The State of Alaska Division of Public Health is recruiting to fill RN positions!

Our current openings are:

Advanced Nurse Practitioner for Reproductive and Preventive Health (Nurse Consultant II)   Based in Anchorage, this position provides consultation and technical assistance services to clinicians. Closes June 30th.

Itinerant Public Health Nurse (PHN III)   Based out of the Valdez Public Health Center, this position is the sole public health nurse (with an office assistant) serving the greater Valdez community. Closes June 30th.

 Itinerant Public Health Nurse (PHN III)   Based out of the Fairbanks Public Health Center, this position travels in small planes several times a year to provide public health nursing services to remote villages such as Galena, Hughes, Huslia, Koyukuk, and Kaltag. Closes July 6th.

Itinerant Public Health Nurse (PHN III)   Based out of the Fairbanks Public Health Center, this position travels in small planes several times a year to provide public health nursing services to remote villages such as  Allakeket/Alatna, Anaktuvuk Pass, Bettles, Eagle, Manley Hot Springs, and Minto.  Closes July 6th.

Public Health Nurse I/II   Based out of the Bethel Public Health Center, this position is an entry-level or full working journey-level PHN position and a great starting point for a career as a PHN or to add breadth to your PHN experience. See the job description for education/experience requirements for a I and a II. Closes July 9th.

Public Health Nurse Team Leader (PHN III)  Located at the Juneau Public Health Center, this position leads clinic and field-based public health nursing services. Closes July 31st.

(Posted 6/19/15)

Go to the state of Alaska’s job board Workplace Alaska to learn more and sign up for email alerts for future opportunities!

The Division of Public Health (DPH)  has over 450 employees and a budget of approximately $130 million. Our staff work within the specialty areas of public health nursing; chronic disease prevention and health promotion; epidemiology; emergency programs; women’s, children’s and family health; health planning and systems development; the state laboratory; the Bureau of Vital Statistics and the Medical Examiner’s Office. Learn more about our mission and vision and our individual sections at Division of Public Health.  

Public Health Nursing is the section of DPH in which most of our division’s  nurses work and is the largest section within DPH. With a staff of 199 and an annual budget of approximately $33.6 million, Public Health Nursing is responsible for delivering statewide essential public health services at the village, community and regional levels. Located throughout a geographically large and diverse state, staff work in 23 public health centers, itinerate to over approximately 200 towns and villages, and provide support for three grantee/contract sites, the Municipality of Anchorage, the North Slope Borough and Maniilaq Association. The presence of our public health nurses at the local level assures timely response to public health concerns and are the feet on the ground promoting and protecting the health and wellness of Alaska’s communities. The current public health priorities for the section are improving immunization rates, reducing infectious diseases, responding to the nationwide obesity problem, decreasing the incidence of interpersonal and family violence, and emergency preparedness. Please go to Section of Public Health Nursing to learn more. If you are new to public health nursing as a career field, please watch our four regional videos to see our nurses in action: South Central Region, Southeast Region, Southwest Region and Interior Region.  Please note the minimum qualification for our public health nurse series is a BSN degree.

As well as our public health nurses, other nursing career opportunities are nurse consultants and nurse consultant program managers in our Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Women’s Children’s and Family Health, Epidemiology, and Emergency Programs sections. RNs are also eligible for many other positions within the division, such as public health specialists, health program managers, nurse/health practitioners and medical assistance administrators.

 

Please contact Jerrine Regester, Workforce Specialist, at  or 907-465-5669 if you have further questions.

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


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