1.Position: Epidemiologist and Data Analyst Positions
Posting Date: May 20, 2015
GlaxoSmithKline has several open epidemiology positions. Please look it up by following this link here: http://www.gsk.com/en-gb/careers/search-jobs-and-apply/ and feel free to contact Ms. Rachel Williams at email@example.com if you are interested.
Also, we have some open positions for data analysts, which are positions that program our studies using our large internal databases.
All positions are for the Philadelphia area (about 30 miles from Philly) or the London area.
2.Position: Health Services Assistant
Organization: City University of New York, Central Office Student Affairs
Posting Date: May 21, 2015
Job Function: Non-Teaching Adjunct
Department: Office of Mental Health & Wellness Services
Part time 10-15 hours per week
• Plan immunization clinics during the semester with contracted vendor Gothman Inc.
• Work with Health services co-chairs to plan council meetings for the semester
• Work with OCHIA to plan Health Insurance enrollment events at all campuses
• Send the monthly electronic survey monkey tally form to all directors
• Order vaccines for 17 health services centers with the Department of Health. Ensure that they are all safely transported and picked up by the correct campus and representative. Ensure that all representatives have signed for them
• Keep ongoing inventory of all vaccines distributed to campus with lot numbers and expiration dates
• Answer inquiries from Health Services directors
• Confirm that all immunization invoices are received by our procurement representative at COSA.
• Order supplies needed for the office
• Attend Health Services Meetings to address any issues that come up and consult with the Director
• Research free or low-cost professional development workshops, webinars and distribute to the Health services council
• Perform duties as assigned by the Director of Mental Health and Wellness services
Patti Lamberson, MPH
Healthy CUNY Initiative
City University of New York
School of Public Health
and Central Office of Student Affairs
Organization: Northern Manor Adult Day Health Care
Posting Date: May 22, 2015
Northern Manor Adult Day Health Care has an immediate part-time opening for a Bilingual English/Russian Dietitian for our Adult Day Care facility in Brooklyn, NY. The ideal candidate will be a bi-lingual Registered Dietitian with a background in Nutrition or Dietetics, and have supervisory experience in a healthcare setting. Excellent compensation & comprehensive benefits package provided.
Write the facility policies and procedures for all Dietary services.
Ensure implementation of Dietary policies and educate Dietary staff regarding their application.
Develop menus for the facilities and support their implementation.
Consult with the facilities & ensure continued improvement of food quality within budget compliance.
Review monthly reports for each facility & identify potential areas of concern.
Facilitate ongoing Quality Assurance programs and provide materials needed for Dietary in-services.
Must be Bilingual in English and Russian.
Must be a Registered Dietitian.
Degree in Nutrition or Dietetics.
Supervisory experience in healthcare settings.
Exceptional interpersonal & leadership skills.
Knowledge of applicable state and federal guidelines.
We offer a happy working environment, excellent compensation, a great benefits package, professional growth & stability, innovative training programs and more.
Centers Health Care is the premier provider of long term post-acute care services in New York & New Jersey, with over 5,200 skilled nursing beds (in 27 homes), 3 Assisted Living Homes, 3 home health care agencies, multiple Medical & Social Model Day Care Centers, the largest ambulance service in the State, an operational MLTC (Medicaid Managed Long Term Care Program), a Medicare Advantage Plan and a soon to be coming FIDA (Fully Integrated Dual Advantage Plan).
Nothern Adult Day Health Care Center
1 Prospect Park West
Brooklyn, NY 11215
4.Position: Care Coordinator
Organization: Health Education and Promotion Program, CUNY Lehman College
Posting Date: May 22, 2015
PLEASE READ THE QUALIFICATIONS FOR EACH POSITION THOROUGHLY SO YOU CAN INDICATE WHICH POSITION YOU ARE INTERESTED IN WHEN YOU SUBMIT YOUR COVER LETTER. WE ARE PRIMARILY LOOKING FOR SPANISH-SPEAKING CANDIDATES.
Overall: Responsible for monitoring and tracking the progress of patients with complex psychiatric and/or co-morbid medical conditions and alerting other members of the Care Team when follow-up is required. Ensures efficient and successful access and linkage to necessary medical and behavioral health services. Coordinates effective communication between all team members and works under general direction.
• Works collaboratively with all team members to ensure thorough and timely monitoring of patient needs and progress toward Care Plan goals. Reviews Care Plan with Care Manager and confirms acuity level of identified patient to ensure service needs are met.
• Tracks all medical, behavioral substance use and other network referrals made for patients and ensures that patients follow up on referrals and attend scheduled appointments, through accompaniment when necessary.
• Provides phone and physical outreach to patients who have been non-adherent to necessary treatment appointments or have missed appointments for initial visits with new providers. Makes reminder phone calls to patients for all appointments.
• Provides outreach via phone to patients to ensure appropriate follow up regarding self-care, medication refills, Care Plan adherence, scheduled office visits, test results/lab work, and all other pertinent psycho-social issues.
• Tracks/monitors patient progress through a combination of written work, agency databases and case conferences with the Care Team. Documents and maintains case records in agency database and completes all data entry in a timely fashion.
• Becomes familiarized with all service providers in the Health Home network and maintains a comprehensive list of contact information for key personnel within the network. Always represents ASCNYC with the highest level of professionalism and respect.
• Ensures that relevant team members receive important patient alerts , including ER visits, hospitalization admission/discharge information and other urgent care notifications.
• Monitors patient entitlements, insurance, and other benefits to ensure they remain active and in place. Alerts Care Manager if benefits/entitlements lapse to assist team members with reinstatement of said benefits.
• Participates in initial and ongoing trainings as necessary to maintain a basic level of knowledge related to serious physical ailments as defined by Health Home regulations.
• Care Coordinators will have a caseload of up to 50+ clients.
Care Coordinators will have spent a total of two years working with an underserved population through employment, volunteer work, and internships. The CC should ideally have a basic knowledge of HIV/AIDS, Substance Abuse, Mental Health, and Entitlement issues. The CC should hold at least a Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in a Social Service discipline. Multilingual (particularly Spanish-speaking) candidates are preferred.
How to apply
Please email cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. NO PHONE CALLS
5.Position: Project Coordinator, Community Health and Health Disparities, Hudson Valley Population Health Improvement Program
Organization: Institute for Family Health
Posting Date: May 26, 2015
Reports to: Senior Vice President, Planning and Development Employment Status: Full-Time
Location: New Paltz, NY
About the Institute for Family Health:
The Institute for Family Health (Institute) is a non-‐profit federally qualified health center network committed to providing health services to medically underserved communities. The Institute operates 26 full and part time health centers in the Mid-‐Hudson Valley, the Bronx and Manhattan. It also operates three residency-‐training programs in family medicine, and is a designated Center of Excellence in the Elimination of Disparities. Learn more about us at www.institute.org
Summary of Job Posting:
The coordinator will be responsible for promoting an understanding of the impact of racial disparities in the context of the NYS Prevention Agenda, and providing technical assistance to public health and community organizations to address disparities. The position is part of the THINC Population Health Improvement Program (PHIP) a State funded effort to improve community health in a seven county region of the Hudson Valley. The goal of the project is to promote the “Triple Aim”: better health care, better health outcomes in the community and lower health care costs.
Specifically, the coordinator will:
§ Review needs assessments and other local and countywide data to identify areas where health disparities exist, and identify overlap with other Hudson Valley community health efforts;
§ Coordinate stakeholder meetings and attend relevant community meetings;
§ Coordinate technical assistance and training for local health care organizations, government agencies and other stakeholders;
§ Design and coordinate consumer engagement activities;
§ Provide support for evaluation, including evaluation design, data mining and reporting;
§ Collaborate with PHIP staff and contractors across New York State;
§ Develop a disparities report for NYSDOH, with stakeholder input:
§ Provide administrative support to the project; and
§ Other duties as assigned.
§ Excellent oral communication skills, both in small group meetings and in large meetings, including the ability to prepare and present effective and compelling presentations;
§ Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to manage intrapersonal and team dynamics;
§ Ability to elicit cooperation from a wide variety of sources, including stakeholders and team members;
§ Ability to be flexible and adjust to shifting priorities, demands and timelines;
§ Effective problem-‐solving skills;
§ Ability to respond to requests in a timely fashion and provide accurate and consistent information;
§ Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a high-‐pressure environment;
§ Ability to prepare high quality written reports.
§ Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree in Public Health or a related field (or equivalent combination of education and related experience) preferred;
§ Three to five years of experience in community health, health care, public health or public administration with previous work in health disparities strongly preferred;
§ Demonstrated ability to proactively initiate change and lead teams;
§ Experience with Microsoft Office products (Word, Outlook, Excel and PowerPoint).
§ Valid driver’s license and car (travel will be reimbursed.)
• Competitive salary, commensurate with experience;
• This is a full-‐time, salaried position with health benefits, paid time off and reimbursement for eligible travel expenses.
To apply, visit https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=IFH2000# to upload your cover letter and resume.
THINC (Taconic Health Information Network and Community) is the lead organization for this project. THINC is dedicated to improving the quality, safety and efficiency of health care for the benefit of the people of the Hudson Valley region of New York. The primary purpose of THINC is to advance the use of health IT through the sponsorship of a secure health information exchange network, the adoption and use of interoperable EHRs and the implementation of population health improvement activities. These activities include public health surveillance and reporting, pay for performance, patient centered medical home practice transformation, care coordination activities, public reporting, and other quality improvement initiatives. For more information, go to www.THINC.org.
6.Position: Project Coordinator
Organization: The Fund for Public Health in New York
Posting Date: May 26, 2015
In collaboration with The Fund for Public Health in New York (FPHNY), a non-profit organization serving as program partner with the NYC Health Department to advance public health initiatives, the Health Department’s Division of Epidemiology is seeking a Project Coordinator. This is a temporary position through December 31, 2015 funded by a grant from the de Beaumont Foundation. The Division of Epidemiology collects, analyzes and communicates data to monitor and improve the health of New Yorkers, and to inform decision making both within and outside of Health Department.
In 2013-4, the CUNY School of Public Health and NYC Health Department conducted the second local Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NYC HANES), based on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. We will use survey data to characterize how many New Yorkers suffered from leading health conditions, including diagnosed and undiagnosed diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and depression. By maintaining consistency with the 2004 NYC HANES, the second survey provides citywide trend information to evaluate the impact of many municipal policies on health. Furthermore, this innovative project is evaluating the potential for using electronic health records (EHR) for public health surveillance by comparing EHR-generated surveillance indicators to those derived from a 2013-4 population-based health survey, and will provide guidance for national, state and local organizations seeking to use EHRs for this purpose.
Reporting to the Director of Special Projects in the Division of Epidemiology, the Project Coordinator will coordinate project activities within the Division and with partner bureaus in Health Department, project staff at the City University of New York’s School of Public Health, and other stakeholders. In addition to project coordination skills, the ideal candidate will have familiarity with public health, grants and contracts, be organized and detail-oriented, and will possess excellent interpersonal, communication, and financial skills. This person who fills this position will also help plan and perform analyses on NYC HANES data, and assist with writing up results.
The Project Coordinator will:
• Coordinate the activities of participating Health Department bureaus, the City University of New York’s School of Public Health, and other stakeholders
• Schedule and plan meetings, develop agendas, document project conversations and follow-up on next steps to ensure completion
• Manage project budgets, including grant requirements and associated documentation
• Provide progress reports to foundations and other funders as needed
• Assist Director of Special Projects with IRB submissions
• Help update the study website with new material, and respond to inquiries
• Provide editorial assistance for project documents, including reference checking, copyediting, and managing the production process
• Conduct basic analyses of NYC HANES data
• Perform other duties as assigned
• Masters Degree in Public Health or related degree, or enrollment in a master’s program with previous work experience
• Excellent time management and organizational skills, and attention to detail required
• Experience with grant management and contracts preferred
• Superior written and verbal communication skills
• Interest in data analysis and previous experience with SAS a plus
• Experience working collaboratively in a large agency a plus
Successful candidate will possess strong computer skills, with proficiency using Microsoft Office and PowerPoint.
The salary for this position is commensurate with experience and is dependent upon experience and salary history. This is a grant-funded position through December 31, 2015. Full time or 4 days per week (28 hours/week) availability will be considered (please mention your preference in your cover letter). However, commitment through December 2015 is important.
Please send your resume, a cover letter including current salary, and a writing sample to: email@example.com indicating “Innovations Project Coordinator” in subject line.
7.Position: Environmental Health and Safety Specialist
Organization: LaGuardia Community College
Posting Date: May 21, 2015
Assists in managing academic and administrative environmental health and safety programs.
– Prepares reports of activities, inventories, incidents, environmental monitoring and related matters
– Assists in the inspection of laboratories, chemical storage rooms and other facilities, ensuring compliance with government and university regulations
– Administers biological, chemical, and radioactive waste disposal programs by communicating with faculty and staff, organizing collection, and contacting appropriate disposal vendors
– May assist in developing compliance strategies and programs for various requirements such as EPA regulations, OSHA/PESH standards and New York’s occupational and environmental regulations
– Works with members of the College community to provide professional guidance and assistance on environmental health and safety implications of various projects
– May respond to environmental health and safety complaints
– Performs related duties as assigned.
Higher Education Assistant
CAMPUS SPECIFIC INFORMATION
Reporting to the Director of Environmental Health and Safety, the specialist will assist with the day to day operations of the Department as well as perform the following duties:
Conduct workshops, meetings and seminars. Prepare and deliver training in environmental compliance and occupational safety. Train and interact with a group of EHS liaisons from various departments. Collate information and prepare regular and ad hoc health and safety reports. Assist with incident investigations and inspections as well as preparation of technical reports in matters relating to health, safety and environmental compliance. Coordinates with contractors and consultants with regard to the asbestos abatement projects and various other EHS activities. Assist with risk assessments, including workplace and job safety assessments, as well as participating in environmental, health and safety internal audits and inspections. Utilize and update Chemtracker chemical inventory software.
LaGuardia Community College located in Long Island City, Queens, was founded in 1971 as a bold experiment in opening the doors of higher education to all, and we proudly carry forward that legacy today. LaGuardia educates students through over 50 degree, certificate and continuing education programs, providing an inspiring place for students to achieve their dreams. Upon graduation, LaGuardia students’ lives are transformed as family income increases by 17%, and students transfer to four-year colleges at three times the national average. Part of the City University of New York (CUNY), LaGuardia is a nationally recognized leader among community colleges for boundary-breaking success educating underserved students. At LaGuardia, we imagine new ideas, create new curricula and pioneer programs to make our community and our country stronger. Visit www.laguardia.edu to learn more.
Bachelor’s degree and four years’ related experience required.
At least two years experience in the environmental and occupational health and safety field preferred. Academic background in college level chemistry is a plus. Capability of conducting effective safety-training sessions. Must have adequate knowledge of federal, state and city health and safety regulations and requirements. Excellent written and oral communication and strong people skills. Practical knowledge of Microsoft office products is required. A general knowledge of building systems and how they relate to health and well-being of occupants is a plus.
Commensurate with education and experience.
CUNY offers a comprehensive benefits package to employees and eligible dependents based on job title and classification. Employees are also offered pension and Tax-Deferred Savings Plans. Part-time employees must meet a weekly or semester work hour criteria to be eligible for health benefits. Health benefits are also extended to retirees who meet the eligibility criteria.
HOW TO APPLY
To apply, go to www.cuny.edu, access the employment page, log in or create a new user account, and search for this vacancy using the Job ID or Title. Select “Apply Now” and provide the requested information.
Please attach a cover letter, resume, and the contact information for three professional references as one document in rtf, doc or pdf format.
Open until filled, review of resumes to begin on 5/19/2015.
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