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Public Health Inspector

Primarily responsible for inspections of commercial food establishments and institutional facilities as set forth in state and local public health laws and regulations, and providing food safety education. Pay range begins at $40,084.56 annually.

Audiologist

Primarily responsible for diagnosing and providing therapy for a variety of hearing disorders including those which are severe and often in addition to other physical or mental handicaps. Independently evaluates the disorder and plans a course of treatment with continuing responsibility for the treatment of serious hearing impairments. They will periodically report progress on individual cases to a supervisor, but will seek assistance only on problem cases. Pay begins at $50-55k annually. 

Case Manager, Healthy Start Bilingual

Within the Healthy Start guidelines, provides case management services to Tulsa County pregnant women, women of childbearing age, and their families in order to improve birth outcomes and decrease infant mortality. Pay begins at $40,084.56 annually. 

Security Officer

Primarily responsible for the protection and safety of Health Department employees, the public, and property. Pay begins at $33,280 annually. 

Community Engagement Specialist -Immunizations

The Community Engagement Specialist (CES) is a full-time position lasting through June 30, 2024. Funding for this position is from the Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Disease Control. This position is primarily responsible for providing accurate educational materials and resources related to vaccine benefits, specifically COVID-19 vaccine, to provide health education and promote vaccine access to underserved and minority populations within Tulsa County via community events and non-traditional sites/options to administer vaccine. Pay begins at $34,980.72 annually. 

Associate Director, Community Health and Quality Improvement

Primarily responsible for supporting program managers and providing general oversite for the following: Quality Improvement and Customer Care Program, the Community Health Improvement Program (CHIP), Pathways to Health and the Center for Community Health Improvement. Additional responsibilities include coordination of the following processes – Organizational Strategic Planning, Reaccreditation, and the Community Health Needs Assessment. Leadership in the development and execution of policies and procedures to be used by the staff and coordination of activities with local, state, and national collaborators is paramount. Pay begins at $87,934.33 annualy. 

Manager Clinical Services TB

Responsible for the overall operation and administration of the Tulsa Health Department’s Tuberculosis program including providing management, supervision, and consultation to TB Nurse Case Mangers. Evaluating and directing their tasks and daily responsibilities. Assisting in the development of staff professional skills and developing collaborative relationships with other health and human service providers including the Oklahoma State Department of Health Tuberculosis Program. Pay begins at $60, 414.86 annually. 

Dietitian

Primarily responsible for developing and providing educational information, programs and instruction on preventive healthcare to Tulsa county residents regarding eating a healthy and balanced diet along with proper nutrition. Pay begins at $40,084.56 annually. 

Administrative Aide

Primarily responsible for front office reception, answering division phones, and assisting walk-in customers. Manages Plan Review processes including database data entry, tracking processes, and completion, and providing billing documentation. Manages food program processes and files. Performs translation service in support of Division needs either in the office or in the field. Responsible for general complaint and foodborne illness processing and database entry. Pay begins at $32,136.00 annually. 

Senior Dietitian
Primarily responsible for providing nutrition assessment and education for clients through classes and individual counseling. Provides breastfeeding support and promotion. Monitors the day-to-day operations of assigned WIC sites to ensure compliance with policies and procedures. Pay begins at $43,199.40 annually. 

Supervisor, Clinical
Primarily responsible for providing supervision of clinical activities and consultation to assigned public health nurses and staff. Evaluating staff work and assisting in the development of their professional skills, providing clinical direction and coordination, and providing nursing services to the public through clinical services. Pay range begins at $52,664.35 annually.  

Outreach Worker 

Provides health-based outreach to maternal and child health population to reduce infant mortality risk factors and address barriers to prenatal, pediatric and inter-conception care, including lack of insurance/Medicaid coverage and basic needs screening. Outreach position works internally at THD sites, at area agencies and in neighborhoods at risk for poor health outcomes. Pay begins at $32,136.00 annually. 

Associate Director Office of Legal Services and Human Resources

Primarily responsible for the general oversite for the following: Legal Services, Human Resources, Risk Management and Vital Records. Provide oversight, leadership, and direction in the development and execution of policies and procedures to be used by the staff and coordination of activities with local, state, and national collaborators is paramount. Pay begins at $87,934.33 annually. 

Community Engagement Specialist- Covid 

Provides health-based education and connections to uninsured and underinsured Tulsa area Residents to include; Agency view enrollment assistance to Medicaid/SoonerCare adult expansion populations; community messaging to increase awareness of preventive health services and available community programs to rebuild and strengthen self-sufficiency as well as conducting basic needs screening, providing referrals and follow-up as appropriate. Pay begins at $32,136.00 annually.

Administrative Assistant- Community Engagement
Under general supervision, the Community Engagement assistant (CEA) is primarily responsible for administrative and programmatic support to the Community Engagement and Prevention Coordinator, in the Adolescent & Child Health Division. Assists in planning, organizing, directing and coordinating ongoing and special projects. Supports the Be Well CDC, Inc. by attending meetings, taking meeting notes, securing meeting spaces and locations, securing supplies, and providing program information. The CEA will provide moderate administrative support to the Maternal Child Health Outreach Manager. The Support Specialist position works internally at THD sites, at area agencies and in north Tulsa neighborhoods at risk for poor health outcomes. Pay range begins at $34,980.72 annually.

Clerk, Vital Records- Temporary

Primarily responsible for examining all birth and death certificates for the Tulsa metropolitan area and surrounding rural areas for accuracy and completeness, issuing certified copies of birth, death, and stillbirth certificates, collecting and receipting monies. This is a temporary position lasting about 3-4 month from the time of hire. Pay is $15 per hour and is not eligible for benefits. 

Case Manager, Community Health Improvement

Provides case management services for Center for Community Health clients coordinate referrals to community agencies for additional assistance, treatment, and continuity of care. Completes electronic documentation of each patient contact. CMs will work closely with medical providers and primary case management teams at SFHS and other agencies to improve patient care and outcomes. CMs will primarily work out of SHFS patient rooms and have office space at the 3rd and Utica location. CMs will implement effective strategies for linking “High Risk” uninsured and underinsured clients to primary care/medical homes; increase access to appropriate health care and community-based services; assist individuals in improving health status; and promote behavior change in using the health care delivery system. Pay begins at $32,816.28 annually. 

Coordinator,  Community Engagement & Prevention

Primarily responsible for supporting the work of Be Well Community Development Corporation to reach identified goals and to a lesser degree, the advancement of Health Equity in Tulsa County. This will involve active engagement with staff and internal Tulsa Health Department programs as well as external community partners to address social determinants of health in an effort to improve the health status of individuals and families within north Tulsa. The position will assist with the review of community needs assessments and development of actionable objectives and serve as an advocate for the promotion of preventive behaviors and increased utilization of prevention services at the North Regional Health and Wellness Center. Will support all programs offered by Be Well CDC in the capacity in which they need to be supported, which can vary from time to time. Pay begins at $43,199.40 annually. 

Public Health Nurse- Clinical Services
Primarily responsible for providing public health nursing services to the public and is involved in community health activities.  Pay range begins at $50,969.18 annually for AD and $53,104.25 annually for BSN.

Public Health Nurse- Children First
Primarily responsible for providing professional nursing services through home visitation to low-income, low-resource, first-time mothers and during the first two years of the child’s life.  Focusing on women who have had no previous live births, the nurses implement the Nurse Family Partnership Model, using well developed program protocols to improve women’s health-related behaviors, parent’s care of their children, and parent’s own personal development. Pay range begins at $50,969.18 annually for AD and $53,104.25 annually for BSN.

WIC Clerk
Primarily responsible for obtaining documentation from WIC participants, explaining the requirements and benefits of the program, supplying clients with food benefits, and scheduling appointments; receiving visitors and clients at the front desk; and performing related clerical support activities.  WIC Clerks will also promote and implement the Little by Little (LBL) early literacy project when working from a WIC site that provides those services. Bilingual in Spanish/English required. Pay range begins at $31,824.00 annually.

Clinical Services Clerk
Primarily responsible for performing clerical support activities for the Preventive Health program.  Duties include telephone and face-to-face reception, scheduling appointments, computerized data entry, collecting fees, client record preparation, filing, and preparing reports and billing information. Pay range begins at $31,200 annually.