University of Washington School of Public Health
Nurse Supervisor (MCH) - Snohomish Health District
Closing Date: open until filled
Posted: March 29, 2018
For full job description and to submit your resume and application please visit http://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/snohd?
NOTE: Position is open until filled with first review of applicants on April 16, 2018. Top applicants will be invited via email to the first round of interviews to be held on Monday April 23, 2018.
Under direction of the Prevention Services Assistant Director or designee, this position supervises the agency’s Maternal-Child Health (MCH) programs, provides consultative and technical assistance on MCH issues, and serves as a liaison to community partners and internal cross-purpose teams in support of the Snohomish Health District (SHD) endeavors. Incumbent participates in the 24/7 communicable disease after-hours rotation.
- Examples of Work Performed
- Assist in interviews; make recommendations to hire; plan, assist, direct, and evaluate work in progress and upon completion; provide performance reviews; recommend and carry out disciplinary actions within scope of classification, up to and including the level of oral warning; address complaints; resolve problems; and approve/schedule leave time
- Assign work to staff, monitor the work of staff and make adjustments in workloads as appropriate
- Initiate the development of program policies, procedures, and protocols for assigned programs
- Develop and monitor program goals and objectives; assure services are delivered in an efficient, cost-effective, and productive manner
- Provide input in the development of the annual budget for assigned programs; review and monitor monthly budget reports
- Assess, identify, plan, develop, implement and evaluate activities to improve maternal-child health in Snohomish County
- Promote MCH services in the community
- Participate on community-based coalitions and collaborations; local and state meetings and collaborations to address MCH program issues
- Coordinate and develop MCH activities and updates that promote education and knowledge for health care providers and community partners
- Serve as a liaison to and resource for providers
- Conduct individual and team staff meetings to facilitate interaction and communication with individuals and among team members to promote team building
- Participate in long-range planning for the Prevention Services Division to create a vision of service and sustainability for MCH programs
- Performs and documents Medicaid Administrative Claiming activities
- Assess training/educational needs of staff and facilitates appropriate training education
- Reviews charting for accuracy, appropriateness and timeliness.
- Updates program staff on current regulations, practices and policies that pertain to program practice areas.
- Prepare required reports for contractors and SHD Administration re: MCH program services
- Work collaboratively with management staff and other district staff in the event of a communicable disease outbreak or other public health emergency
- Perform other duties as assigned
Education and Experience Required:
- Education: Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited institution in Nursing.
- Experience: Four (4) years of progressively responsible and relevant professional Public Health experience, including two (2) years of Maternal-Child Health or closely related field, and a minimum of one (1) year of supervisory/management experience.
Or: In place of the above experience requirement, the incumbent may possess any experience that would demonstrate the individual’s knowledge, skill, and ability to perform the essential duties and responsibilities listed above.
Licenses, Certifications and Other:
- Valid Washington State registered nurse license
- Master’s degree from an accredited institution in Nursing or Public Health, preferred
- Valid Washington State Driver’s license or ability to obtain one within 30 days of hire and a driving record which meets the requirements of Snohomish Health District’s insurance carrier
- Background check pursuant to RCW 43.43.830