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Job Title: Monitoring & Evaluation Coordinator/Epidemiologist 1
Job Number:
Organization: Kitsap Public Health District
Posted: 5/22/2019
Type: Full-Time
Classification: Epidemiology
Industry: Government
Number of Openings: 1
Location: Bremerton,  WA    USA
Compensation: $4,546.00 - $ 6,397.00 per month, DOEQ
Position Description: Under the direction of the Community Health Assi Assistant Division Director, the Epid Epidemiologist 1 provides program monitoring and and evaluation and epidemiological services in s in support of community health assessment and and public health surveillance. This incl includes the development of metrics, coll collection, analysis, interpretation, eval evaluation and presentation of information desc describing programs or the health status of spec specific populations or communities within a spec specified region. The position will require part participation in meetings across the Kitsap, Jeff Jefferson and Clallam County region. This is a provisional appointment with fu funding secured for one year and anticipated fo for the second year, although not gu guaranteed. Provisional employees are en entitled to all Health District benefits in including a generous leave accrual, holiday pa pay, insurance options, and participation in th the State of Washington Public Employees Re Retirement System (PERS). Essential Functions: •Leads monitoring and evaluation of the O Olympic Community of Health Oral Health L Local Impact Network which includes working w with multiple partners across 3 counties, a assisting in the design of process and o outcome measures, databases and report t tools/forms; assisting with analysis of r results and preparing and presenting r reports. •Performs program monitoring and evaluation i including development of metrics and plans a and analysis and presentation of impact and o outcome results. •Supports performance measurement and q quality improvement activities which may i include assisting in the design of p performance databases and reporting tools/ f formats; collecting, analyzing, and p preparing reports on performance outcomes. •Designs surveys, interview questionnaires a and other data collection tools. •Performs data entry into a variety of database programs and provides detail-oriented data management.

oriented data management. •Performs statistical analysis of data from a a variety of sources and creates tabular and g graphic presentation using a variety of s statistical packages, database programs, s spreadsheets, word processing and other s software and graphics programs. Ensures data a accuracy. •Makes presentations alone and in c collaboration with others. •Responds to requests for demographic and h health data from District staff, the public a and other agencies or community groups. A Assists with interpretation and use of the d data. •Knowledgeable about the impact of s socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, m mental or physical ability, religion, gender o on behavior, attitudes and values related to h health. •Demonstrated project management and ability t to work autonomously with little direct s supervision in the development and i implementation of a project. •As needed, conducts disease surveillance, p participates in case investigations to i identify causative agents and environmental c conditions, and assists in other disease r response/prevention activities in c collaboration with other epidemiology and D District staff. •Works both independently and within a collaborative team-oriented environment; c contributes openly, respectfully disagrees, u understands the ideas of others, listens w well and works for consensus. •Participates in statewide and community g groups, committees, and coalitions as n necessary. •Performs literature reviews as needed. •Assists others with writing grants as n needed. •Participates in staff meetings. •Models a Lean Six Sigma organizational c culture that promotes the practice of r respect for people, openness, trust, safety t transparency, collaborative problem solving, m managing with data, in the pursuit of i incremental continuous improvement and a assurance. •Accurately completes and submits electronic t timecard on a weekly basis as required. •Responds to public health emergencies as r required by the District. •Establishes and maintains cooperative, e effective working relationships with c coworkers, other District employees, c community partners and the public using p principles of good customer service. •Reports for scheduled work with regular, r reliable and punctual attendance. •Performs other duties as assigned. WORK ENVIRONMENT & PHYSICAL DEMANDS •Work is performed primarily indoors i in an office environment, with necessary t travel to attend meetings and conferences, e etc. •Requires the ability to communicate with others orally, face to face and by telephone. Requires manual and finger dexterity and hand-eye-arm coordination to w write and to operate computers and a variety o of general office equipment. Requires m mobility to accomplish other desktop work, r retrieve files, and to move to various D District locations. Requires visual acuity t to read computer screens, printed materials, a and detailed information. Essential duties m may involve occasional kneeling, squatting, c crouching, stooping, crawling, standing, b bending, climbing (to stack, store or r retrieve supplies or various office e equipment). •May occasionally be required to work a v varying schedule which may include evenings a and weekends. •Duties require flexing hours to work e evenings and/or on weekends and holidays on a a regular, rotation basis. •May be assigned to provide on-call c coverage, which may include evenings, w weekends and holidays. •Duties require carrying a cell phone or o other electronic device as well as being a available to work as needed to meet District n needs, which may include evenings, weekends a and holidays. •This is an overtime-exempt position, which m may require working beyond the normally s scheduled workweek, modifying existing work s schedules, or flexing hours. •Requires the ability to alternatively sit a and stand for sustained periods of time to d deliver presentations. •Exposure to individuals from the public who a are upset, angry, agitated and sometimes h hostile, requiring the use of conflict m management and coping skills. •Frequently required to perform work in c confidence and under pressure for deadlines, a and to maintain professional composure and t tact, patience and courtesy at all times. •The environment is dynamic and constantly changing, resulting in continually re-evaluating and shifting priorities.

evaluating and shifting priorities. •Requires the ability to lift and/or carry o objects and materials weighing up to ten p pounds. Rarely, the incumbent in this p position may be required to lift and/or c carry objects and materials weighing up to o one hundred pounds. •May be required to stay at or return to work during public health incidents and/or emergencies to perform duties specific to this classification or to perform other duties as requested in an assigned response position. This may require working a non-traditional work schedule or working outside normal assigned duties during the incident and/or emergency.

traditional work schedule or working outside no normal assigned duties during the incident an and/or emergency.

Qualifications: Education & Experience:

•Bachelor's degree in evaluation, e epidemiology, or other related coursework a and 2 years of relevant public health e evaluation experience; or

•A Master's degree in evaluation, epid epidemiology, or public health (with course work work in evaluation and/or epidemiology).

Licenses, Certificates & Other R Requirements: •Performance of job duties requires driving, a a valid Washington State driver's license, an and proof of appropriate auto insurance. Use of of a personal vehicle is required when a Di District fleet vehicle is not available for us use.

Organization Description: We are a diverse and dedicated team of about 100 people, working collaboratively in more than 20 different programs. About 75 percent of our staff are members of the PROTEC 17. Virtually all of us work at the award-winning Norm Dicks Government Center near the waterfront of a revitalized downtown Bremerton, close to shops, galleries and restaurants.

We have a family winning Norm Dicks Government Center near th the waterfront of a revitalized downtown Br Bremerton, close to shops, galleries and re restaurants.

We have a family-friendly culture, with generous leave policies, domestic partner benefits, a childcare savings and reimbursement plan, and flexible work schedules and teleworking options for many positions. We support a healthy environment, reduce traffic congestion and energy use, and help employees reduce commuting costs with our Commute Trip Reduction Program. We support a healthy lifestyle with our wellness program, bike storage, and on-site fit fitness room that includes shower fac facilities.

We champion diversity and are an Equal O Opportunity Employer.

Closing Date: 8/22/2019
Desired Starting Date:
Contact Name: Karen Holt,  Monitoring & Evaluation Coordinator/Epidemiologist 1
Contact Location: 345 6th Street
Suite 300
Bremerton   WA  98337-1866
United States
Contact Location: 345 6th Street
  Suite 300
  Bremerton   WA  98337-1866
  United States
Contact Phone: 360-728-2294 2294
Contact Fax: 360-813-1468
Contact Email: karen.holt@kitsappublichealth.org
Web Address: https://kitsappublichealth.org/careers/current_job_opportunities.php
How to Apply: To Apply: To complete the Kitsap Public Health District’s online application, please go the District’s website at ww www.kitsappublichealth.org. Click on the Ca Careers link at the top right of the Di District website main page. Select current jo job opportunities on the left of the page. To To apply, simply click on the Position you ar are interested in and then click on

If this is the first time you are applying using the Neogov online job application sys system, you will need to create an account and and select a Username and Password. After you your account has been established, you can bui build an application by clicking on the the "Build Job Application" link. This app application can be saved and used to apply for for more than one job opening. Online app applications are stored on a secure site. Onl Only authorized employees and hiring aut authorities have access to the information sub submitted.

Additional Information: Equal Opportunity

Because Kitsap Public Health District values dive diversity in the workplace, qualified indi individuals of all cultural and ethnic back backgrounds, particularly bilingual persons, are are encouraged to apply. The District is an Equa Equal Opportunity Employer and does not unla unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race race, sex, age, color, religion, national orig origin, marital status, sexual orientation, vete veteran status, disability status, or any othe other basis prohibited by federal, state, or loca local law.

Selection Process

First, we evaluate all applications received based on experience, skills, training and education. In most cases we select finalists for skills testing, such as a written exercise and/or computer-based test. We invite top finalists f invite top finalists for a panel interview to determine their sui to determine their suitability for the position. We also cond position. We also conduct reference checks for one or more top fi for one or more top finalists.

Criminal History

Offers made to successful candidates will be made contingent on made contingent on results of a criminal background check. background check.

Reasonable Accommodation

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities A Disabilities Act, disability will be considered onl considered only in the context of an applicant's ab applicant's ability to perform essential functions of t functions of the job and to determine reasonable acc reasonable accommodation. Accommodation to participate in participate in the job application and/or selection proc selection process will be made upon request with reasonabl with reasonable notice. The physical demands described in o described in our class specifications are representative representative of those that must be met by an employee to an employee to successfully perform the essential func essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations accommodations may be made to enable individuals wi individuals with disabilities to perform the essential func essential functions.

Identification

If you are offered employment with the District, District, you must provide proof of identity and author and authorization to work in the United States by States by your third day of employment, as required b required by the US Citizenship and Immigratio Immigration Services.

Use of Automobile

If you are offered employment and your positi position requires the use of an automobile, you wi you will be expected to use your own private vehicl vehicle. You must also provide proof of approp appropriate auto insurance and maintain a curren current, valid Washington State driver's licens license.

Disclaimer

The provisions of our job announcements and cl class specifications do not constitute an ex expressed or implied contract; any pr provisions may be modified and/or revoked wi without notice.

Drug-Free Workplace

The Kitsap Public Health District is a drug-free, tobacco free, tobacco-free workplace.

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