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Job Title: Tribal Overdose Prevention Coordinator
Job Number: 106086
Organization: New Mexico Department of Health Epidemiology & Response Division
Posted: 5/16/2019
Type: Full-Time
Classification: Epidemiology
Industry: Government
Number of Openings: 1
Location: santa fe,  NM    USA
Compensation: 17.35 - 30.19
Position Description: Purpose of Position: The successful candidate will support tribal-based initiatives to change prescriber and patient behaviors regarding drug overdose prevention, as well as increase access to and use of the Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP), in collaboration with public health, Indian Health Service, clinical facilities, and pharmacies in Tribes and Pueblos throughout the state. The successful candidate will conduct outreach about overdose prevention to the Tribes, Pueblos, and Nations. The successful candidate will also develop, negotiate, and monitor contracts with tribal entities for overdose prevention. The customers are the Tribes, Pueblos, and Nations, DOH drug overdose prevention program staff, substance abuse section epidemiologists, tribal epidemiology centers, CDC staff, health care providers and pharmacies serving Native Americans, and overdose prevention program stakeholders. The successful candidate will work in an office setting with exposure to Visual/Video Display Terminal (VDT), extensive personal computer and telephone usage with extended periods of sitting, and travel to meetings in and out of state. A Bachelor's Degree in Public Health and four (4) years of experience working in the Public Health field to include overdose prevention or harm reduction is preferred.

based initiatives to change prescriber and p patient behaviors regarding drug overdose p prevention, as well as increase access to a and use of the Prescription Monitoring P Program (PMP), in collaboration with public h health, Indian Health Service, clinical f facilities, and pharmacies in Tribes and P Pueblos throughout the state. The s successful candidate will conduct outreach a about overdose prevention to the Tribes, P Pueblos, and Nations. The successful c candidate will also develop, negotiate, and m monitor contracts with tribal entities for o overdose prevention. The customers are the T Tribes, Pueblos, and Nations, DOH drug o overdose prevention program staff, substance a abuse section epidemiologists, tribal e epidemiology centers, CDC staff, health care p providers and pharmacies serving Native A Americans, and overdose prevention program s stakeholders. The successful candidate will w work in an office setting with exposure to V Visual/Video Display Terminal (VDT), e extensive personal computer and telephone u usage with extended periods of sitting, and t travel to meetings in and out of state. A B Bachelor's Degree in Public Health and four ( (4) years of experience working in the P Public Health field to include overdose p prevention or harm reduction is preferred.

Qualifications: Minimum Qualification: Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Psychology Psychology, Guidance and Counseling, Education, Education, Sociology, Criminal Justice, Criminolog Criminology and/or Family Studies/Services and four ( and four (4) years of any combination of experience experience including working with communitie communities, working on health or social service re service related matters, social work/case management management experience, behavioral health and/or hea and/or health care. Substitutions apply. See Substituti Substitution Table below. Substitution Table

These combinations of education and experie experience qualify you for the position: Education Experience Educ Education Exper Experience 1 High School Diploma or Equivalent AND AND 8 years of experience OR High High School Diploma or Equivalent AND AND 8 years of experience 2 Associate's degree in the field(s) spec specified in the minimum qualification AND 6 y 6 years of experience Ass Associate's degree or higher in any fiel field AND 8 years of experience 3 Bachelor's degree in the field(s) spe specified in the minimum qualification AND 4 4 years of experience 4 Master's degree in the field(s) sp specified in the minimum qualification AND 2 2 years of experience 5 PhD degree in the field(s) specified i in the minimum qualification AND 0 y years of experience • Education and years of experience must be related to the purpose of the position. • Education and years of experience must be related to the purpose of the position.

Education and years of experience must be r related to the purpose of the position. • If Minimum Qualification requires a s specific number of "semester hours" in a f field (e.g. 6 semester hours in Accounting), a applicants MUST have those semester hours in o order to meet the minimum qualifications. No s substitutions apply for semester hours.

Organization Description:

Closing Date: 8/16/2019
Desired Starting Date:
Contact Name: Cecelia Herrera,  Tribal Overdose Prevention Coordinator
Contact Location: 1190 St. Francis Drive, Suite N1320

Santa Fe   NM  87505
USA
Contact Location: 1190 St. Francis Drive, Suite N1320
 
  Santa Fe   NM  87505
  USA
Contact Phone: 505-827-0014 
Contact Fax: 505-827-2110
Contact Email: cecelia.herrera@state.nm.us
Web Address:
How to Apply: http://careers.share.state.nm.us

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