Clay County Public Health Center, nationally accredited by the Public Health Accreditation Board, was established in 1953 to protect the health of Clay County residents by implementing population-based prevention programs and services.
Our staff is comprised of professionals with a wide range of education and experience from both the public and private sectors. We have an active Employee Learning & Development Plan which provides for staff training and education, so their skill set keeps pace with evolving trends in public health. This allows us to provide the best services possible.
The Health Center is seeking candidates for the position of full-time Manager of Immunizations to perform a variety of activities within our Immunizations team. The manager leads the immunizations program consistent with regulatory and organizational standards. The manager also supervises, and coordinates, activities of personnel engaged in carrying out program goals.
Duties include but are not limited to:
Reviews the work load, schedules, personnel assignments, status of on-going program work and projects
Assigns specific duties to personnel such as providing services; enforcing rules and regulations; enforcing local, state and federal laws and codes; conducting investigations or research; writing technical, informative, and/or operational reports and papers; or working on special projects
As a working manager, performs Public Health Nurse functions within the Immunizations program as needed
Reviews reports, papers, and other records prepared by personnel for clarity, completeness, accuracy, and conformance with policies
Coordinates program activities to meet goals and objectives and monitors program performance
Facilitates communication in program-related matters, maintaining strong collaborative relationships
Actively involved/ collaborates and participates in all methods of outreach and public program promotion to include but not limited to participation on applicable coalitions or committees, as well as providing assistance to the Communications Specialist regarding the utilization of social media and the update, maintenance and development of brochures, flyers, and other program materials
Maintains a program that meets agency strategy, goals, and regulatory requirements?
Practices responsible stewardship of CCPHC resources/public funds, working collaboratively with the Section Chief to develop and manage the program budget?
Maintains program SOPs and forms, works with Section Chief on development and revision
Utilizes data and continuous improvement processes to make evidence-based, forward looking decisions and to improve efficiency, cost savings, and productivity?
Monitors program performance and provides detailed reports, work plans and records to the Section Chief for action?
Recommends changes when warranted regarding goals, policy, procedure, and controls related to program initiatives??
Reports for special assigned duties during a public health emergency
Maintains accurate and organized program?files according to Record Retention Schedule?
Maintains?strict confidentiality; adheres to all HIPAA guidelines/regulations??
Ability to travel offsite to respond to Public Health Incidents/Events when required to include periods outside of normal duty hours
Other duties as assigned
Management responsibilities include but are not limited to: Interviewing, on-boarding and training employees, planning, assigning and directing work, ensuring compliance with applicable regulations and organizational policy and procedure, maintaining a healthy organizational culture, and identifying and managing issues or conflict as needed. The manager also ensures a competent workforce by coaching and developing staff, monitoring and evaluating employee development and performance, and providing positive reinforcement or appropriate discipline as referenced in the Personnel Policy Manual.
A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited four-year college or university in nursing, health care administration, public health or related healthcare-field and two years of related experience is required; five years of experience is preferred. Excellent communication, computer skills are also required. Two years supervisory experience leading teams is preferred. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter with a strong capacity to prioritize and complete a variety of tasks in a timely, accurate manner.
CCPHC offers a compensation package that includes an employer-paid pension plan, paid leave, 12 paid holidays and paid life insurance, as well as options for medical, dental & vision coverage, flexible spending accounts and a 457(b) retirement plan.
Interested applicants are asked to complete a Clay County Public Health Center Employment Application online at www.clayhealth.com or send completed application along with resume/cover letter where applicable, to Clay County Public Health Center, Attn: Human Resources, 800 Haines Dr., Liberty, MO 64068.
Internal Number: 001
About Clay County Public Health Center
Clay County Public Health Center (CCPHC) - accredited by the Public Health Accreditation Board - was established in 1953 to protect the health of The Clay County residents by implementing population based prevention programs and services. This community approach to wellness is accomplished through programs and services which not only prevent the spread of disease but which also provide wellness education to empower people to make healthy choices.Our staff is comprised of healthcare professionals with a wide range of education and experience from both the public and private sectors. We have an active Employee Learning & Development Plan which provides for staff training and education so their skill set keeps pace with evolving trends in public health. This allows us to provide the best services possible.Today CCPHC offers a variety of health education, disease prevention, and treatment services that promote good health across the county.