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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 low-income women who have had no previous live births, the nurses follow well-developed program protocols designed to improve women’s health-related behaviors, parent’s care of their children, and parent’s own personal development. Pay range begins at $47,101.24 annually for AD and $49,074.46 annually for BSN.
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 $27,961.16 annually.
A WIC Breastfeeding Peer Counselor is a paraprofessional support person who gives basic breastfeeding information and encouragement to WIC pregnant and breastfeeding mothers. Bilingual in Spanish/English or Zomi/English required. Pay range begins at $26,206.27 annually.
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 $26,206.27 annually.
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 range begins at $40,084.48 annually.
Conduct analysis of data, including but not limited to operational/organizational level data, client and population level data, trend monitoring of health and demographic and system data, consumer protection/food inspection data, environmental data, and program data. Evaluate and assess system level data and analytics needs. Research and recommend applicable best practices for data collection, analyzing trends, issues, and barriers. Prepare and edit reports for internal or external publication in reference to the program data, activities, and guidelines. Pay range begins at $47,250.26 annually.
Primarily responsible for providing efficient, and comprehensive administrative support to Legal Services and Risk Management. Pay range begins at $32,816.34 annually.
The CHW position is located in the Center for Community Health Improvement (CCHI) within Morton Comprehensive Health Services building. The employee works under the supervision of the Director of the CCHI. The employee works with a team of health care professionals to provide patients with opportunities to improve their health and assist individuals in their communities to adopt healthy behaviors. CHWs will primarily work out in the community with specific target populations. The employee provides information on available resources, provides social support, advocates for individuals and community health needs, and provide health maintenance services such as blood pressure screening. Responsibilities will include case management, documentation of each patient contact, general health management skill building and training to reduce barriers to help patients access appropriate health care services. CHWs will work closely with medical providers, primary care teams, THD, and other agencies to improve patient care and outcomes. 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 range begins at $26,206.27 annually.
Primarily responsible for inspections of commercial food establishments and institutional facilities as set forth in state and local public health laws and regulations, and presenting food handler training programs.Pay range begins at $40,084.48 annually.
Primarily responsible for providing holistic wellness program support for the internal employee wellness program, Working for Balance (W4B) and external clients, such as employer groups and community events. Working as part of a team to determine, develop and facilitate wellness interventions for Tulsa Health Department employees and clients. Pay range begins at $19.27 an hour.
Primarily responsible for securing the Tulsa Health Department (THD) facilities and safeguarding equipment, supplies and personnel on Department-owned or controlled premises. This position will be responsible for the professional operation, administration, and quality assurance of uniformed officers by overseeing day to day operations of security staff. The Security department acts as a health department agent in maintaining public order through visible patrols, response to emergencies, public liaison by providing excellent customer service, and documenting occurrences while actively ensuring the safety of all. Pay range begins at $37,422.91 annually.