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~~~Current Job Openings~~~
WANTED: Public Health Nurse
South Heartland District Health Department
Accepting applications until position is filled
Seeking a full-time registered public health nurse for the South Heartland District Health Department. Will consider part-time.
Must have experience working with clients, conducting health assessments, providing public education on preventative services to groups and individuals, and conducting case management. Program implementation, clinic management, and grant project oversight experience helpful. Requires excellent collaboration and coordination skills as well as oral, written and data management skills. Will be working with Medicaid and underserved clients, medical professionals, hospitals, human services agencies, and other community organizations to promote cancer screening and prevention, chronic disease management, and childhood and adult immunizations. Bilingual desired.
Must be a registered nurse licensed in the State of Nebraska. Minimum of one to three years related experience preferred. Travel required. Submit resume, application & cover letter by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
. EEO. Application and position information are available on the web: www.southheartlandhealth.org
or call 1-877-238-7595. Accepting applications until position is filled
State of Nebraska / DHHS
Environmental Engineer III
25247274 / Lincoln, NE
Closing date of Monday 11/17/2014
The Department of Health and Human Services is seeking an Environmental Engineer III to perform administrative and consultative professional services in the area of environmental engineering for the Nebraska Public Drinking Water Program.
Review complex facility plans and specifications, construction, operational plans, operator training and/or operation of water supply systems, swimming pools and mobile home parks to determine compliance with State and Federal laws and regulations. Negotiate with consulting engineers regarding costs, basic design, and features of major engineering projects such as water supply systems, swimming pools and mobile home parks. Conduct on-site inspection of assigned equipment and/or facilities to determine compliance of the systems with approved plans and specifications and with State and Federal requirements. Develop computer programs to create, maintain and access databases and to model environmental conditions as necessary. Compile statistics, charts and tables of findings, interpret findings and prepare reports or correspondence to present findings to agency staff, consulting engineers, and owners/operators of facilities. Confer with and provide technical assistance to local boards of health, municipal officials, industrial officials, consulting engineers, and the general public to help alleviate environmental hazards and/or eliminate health hazards. Conduct presentations to promote environmental health. Attend meetings of associations and organizations on environmental health issues as a representative of the agency.
Qualifications / Requirements
REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree in civil, mechanical, chemical or agricultural engineering plus four years' experience in environmental engineering work; or Master's degree in sanitary engineering, plus three years' experience in environmental related engineering work. Must possess registration as professional in Nebraska. The agency will consider filling the position at the Environmental Engineer I or II level. The requirements for the Environmental Engineer I are: Bachelor's degree in civil, mechanical, chemical or agricultural engineering. The requirements for the Environmental Engineer II are: Bachelor's degree in civil, mechanical, chemical or agricultural engineering plus two years' experience in environmental engineering work; or Master's degree in civil, mechanical, chemical or agricultural engineering plus one year experience in environmental engineering work. Registration as a professional engineer may substitute for two years of the experience requirement. The rate of pay for the Environmental Engineer II is $23.464/ hr and Environmental Engineer I is $22.676/ hr.
PREFER: Experience with Microsoft Word, Access, Excel and Power Point.
OTHER: Valid driver's license or the ability to provide independent authorized transportation.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Knowledge of the principles and practices of environmental engineering related to water works, water pollution and related environmental engineering services. Ability to consult and communicate effectively with others, and to use sound judgment and action in solving environmental engineering problems with established guidelines. Skill in performing analysis and determining treatment needed to ensure compliance with state and federal regulations.
Wage & any other specifics: $27.117 / hour, EXEMPT, hours approximately 8-5 / M-F
Nebraska AIDS Project
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. This service is offered free-of-charge to current IPHA members (individuals and organizations). Non-members may request positions to be posted for a fee of $150. As a non-profit professional association, IPHA seeks to share career opportunities within Iowa's public health community, and this funding mechanism helps to support this service and the mission-driven work of IPHA. http://www.iowapha.org/IPHAJobPostings
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Voices for Healthy Kids
Nebraska DHHS Grants and Contract Opportunities
SAMHSA Funding Opportunities
HRSA Funding Opportunities
Federal Grant Opportunities
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Faith-Based and Community Initiatives
A guide to this year's federal funding opportunities for faith-based and community organizations across the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This notebook was developed by the HHS Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives in partnership with the Administration on Children and Families, the Health Resources Services Administration and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. The notebook is downloadable in PDF format at www.hhs.gov/fbci
Other Funding Resources
Grantmakers In Health http://www.gih.org
News, info and resources for health philanthropy.
Chronicle of Philanthropy http://philanthropy.com/
Includes current issues, funding announcements, and a "Guide to Grants."
Fed World http://www.fedworld.gov/
If you don't know your way around the federal programs, this friendly user-interface will guide you to the right source of money or contact.
Foundation Center http://fdncenter.org/
This searchable database includes an online librarian, foundation finder, and foundation profiles.
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