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 Web link
  • 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.

Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center

Executive Director
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

Alaska DHSS, Division of Public Health

The Division of Public Health’s Section of Public Health Nursing is recruiting for a Public Health Nurse V to serve as the South Central Regional Nurse Manager. Read the complete job announcement at http://bit.ly/14qZQrl.

Summary of Position: Based in Anchorage, this is a challenging and rewarding opportunity to lead and manage a public health nursing services team of 47 staff located throughout the area surrounding Anchorage. The South Central region has a population of approximately 160,000 people living in 93 villages and communities and 7 Public Health Centers located in Cordova, Glennallen, Homer, Kenai, Mat-Su, Seward, and Valdez. Learn More

We are looking for someone with strong leadership and management skills to mentor and guide the team in addressing our strategic priorities toward our mission to protect and improve the health of Alaskans. The Regional Nurse Manager is accountable for the region’s efficient, effective, caring and high quality public health services and continuously improving those services and serves on the executive nurse leadership team.

The Section of Nursing is responsible for delivering essential individual, community and systems focused public health services in diversely populated villages and communities across the state. Section-wide, 200 professional and administrative staff work out of 23 public health centers, itinerate to over 175 towns and villages, and provide support for 3 public health nursing grantee organizations.

In Alaska, Public Health Nurses serve as the front line workforce of public health within local communities. They practice as public health nursing generalists with a wide range of duties and a population-based focus. Current public health priorities for the Alaska Department of Health & Social Services (DHSS) Division of Public Health are improving immunization rates; responding to and preventing overweight and obesity; addressing domestic violence via screening and community education; reducing infectious diseases; and supporting community capacity to respond and recover from emergencies.

Learn more about the primary responsibilities and job duties of this position at http://workplace.alaska.gov, Job # 06487, Job Title: Public Health Nurse V (South Central Regional Nurse Manager, PCN 06-1117).

Minimum Qualifications: A master’s degree from an accredited college or university in Nursing, Public Health, Health Care Services, Health Care Administration, or a closely related field and a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from an accredited college or university or Direct Entry Master of Science in Nursing from an accredited college or university. A license to practice as a registered nurse in the State of Alaska, or eligible to receive a license to practice as a registered nurse in the State of Alaska.

Four years of professional public health nursing experience in a public health organization (tribal, county, city, or state) and two years of lead, managerial and/or supervisory nursing experience.

Candidates not currently licensed in Alaska may apply. A candidate applying under this option may receive a conditional job offer and may begin work after obtaining the required license.

Experience in international health, occupational health nursing, or school health nursing may be substituted for a maximum of six months of required public health nursing experience. Credit will be pro-rated on the basis of three months of experience to one month of public health nursing experience. This experience must include identification and assessment of physical and/or emotional problems, referral of any problems requiring further care, and the follow-up of the care provided and assessment to determine the health status and priority needs of a population.

Deadline and How to Apply: The deadline for applications is February 9, 2015. All applications must be submitted through the State of Alaska online recruitment website at http://workplace.alaska.gov. Following the application instructions for Job # 06487, Job Title: Public Health Nurse V (South Central Regional Nurse Manager, PCN 06-1117) or go directly to the job announcement at http://bit.ly/14qZQrl.

Mat-Su Health Foundation

Mat-Su Health Foundation (MSHF) in Wasilla, AK seeks a full-time Program Officer to advance MSHF goals related to behavioral health initiatives. Annual salary range is $60K to $90K DOE with benefits. A complete job description w/listing of position qualifications is available at matsuhealthfoundation.org. To apply, send cover letter, resume, and 3 references by 8 a.m. on January 16, 2015 to .

Mat-Su Health Foundation (MSHF) in Wasilla, AK seeks a full-time Director of Business Analysis to actively support MSHF’s investment in the Mat-Su Valley Medical Center LLC, including providing analysis of LLC projects, financials, contractual arrangements, and other strategic, operational and financial issues. Annual salary range is $70K to $100K DOE with benefits. A complete job description w/listing of position qualifications is available at matsuhealthfoundation.org. To apply, send cover letter, resume, and 3 references by 8 a.m. on January 16, 2015 to .

Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center

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

Medical Director

SUMMARY OF POSITION: The Medical Director-Clinical is a senior level administrative position with responsibility for all clinical services at all ANHC sites. 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 recruitment and supervision of all medical staff. This is a full time position with a flexible balance of clinical and administrative duties to meet the needs of the organization and the position.. Clinical duties include outpatient services as a primary care physician including on-call responsibilities where appropriate. The Medical Director is directly accountable to the ANHC Executive Director with collateral accountability to the Board of Directors.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:
Graduate of an accredited medical or osteopathic school with MD, DO or equivalent degree. Successful completion of ACGME accredited Residency. Board certified in Family Medicine or Peds/ Internal Med. Minimum of 5 years in clinical practice in a primary care group with 3-5 years in a leadership position. Community health center experience is preferred.

HIRING RANGE: DOE

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Submit cover letter and ANHC application or resume to:

Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center:
4951 Business Park Boulevard, Anchorage, Alaska 99503
(Fax) 907-743-7256 |

Tobacco Retail Inspector

My name is Kristin Grothe and I am an Administrative Assistant with ISN Corporation, located in Bethesda, Maryland. ISN Corporation has been selected by the FDA to serve as the Federal Tobacco Compliance Check vendor in Alaska.

I am e-mailing because we are looking for reliable, trustworthy people to join us as inspectors in our mission of ensuring that the sale of tobacco products to minors is restricted. Does the Alaska Public Health Association have any kind of newsletter or forum where information on this opportunity could be posted?

Inspectors would be working part-time and the position should not affect anyone’s current employment; in fact, it is required that our inspectors are currently employed with the state or local government.

For additional information, please view our flyer.

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