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Job Title: Health Program Specialist 3 - REDi Healthcare Coalition Project Coordinator
Job Number: 169
Organization: Spokane Regional Health District
Posted: 11/22/2019
Type: Full-Time
Classification: Public Health - General
Industry: Other
Number of Openings: 1
Location: Spokane,  WA   
Compensation: $25.38 - $32.39/hr., not including longevity. Starting is usually $25.38.
Position Description: This is project position is part of a multi-year initiative that is currently funded through 6/30/2020, with grant expected to be renewed over the next 5 years.

The Regional Emergency and Disaster ( year initiative that is currently funded th through 6/30/2020, with grant expected to be re renewed over the next 5 years.

The Regional Emergency and Disaster (REDi) He Healthcare Coalition (HCC) is the healthcare co coalition serving the 19 counties and 4 tr tribes of eastern Washington. Our mission is to to prepare for, respond to and recover from cr crisis using all available resources to co coordinate patient care at the appropriate le level and in the most efficient manner. In al all our work, we strive to build emergency pr preparedness across the healthcare system to cr create resilient communities across our re region.

To learn more about REDi HCC, please visit th the website www.srhd.org/hcc

Purpose: The purpose of this position is to improve healthcare system emergency preparedness and response in all 19 counties and 4 tribes of eastern WA. Position will work closely with healthcare & response partners, Program Manager, and program staff to develop and manage projects and contracts to meet program priorities and goals. Position will coordinate with federal partners and WA Department of Health to ensure program activities align with state and national priorities and grant requirements. Position will assist in developing and refining Regional Emergency and Disaster (REDi) Healthcare Coalition ( (HCC) services to improve healthcare system r response capabilities.

Qualifications: Required Minimum Qualifications: •Master’s Degree in Healthcare A Administration, Organizational Leadership, B Business Administration, Healthcare, Public H Health or related field. •Three years of directly related experience is required (or a bachelor’s degree with 5 yea years of experience). Experience in project man management, healthcare, business, strategic pla planning, marketing, sales, policy, or non nonprofit management preferred.

Required Licensures/Certification: •Individual must have valid motor vehicle l license and current auto insurance or the a ability to access multiple sites in a timely m manner across all eastern Washington

Organization Description: Spokane Regional Health District is one of 34 local public health agencies serving Washington state's 39 counties. The agency was originally established as the Spokane County Health District in January 1970, when the City of Spokane and Spokane County merged their health departments. In 1994, the official name was changed to Spokane Regional Health District to reflect the increased scope of public health services and geographic coverage. We have approximately 250 employees and serve a population of more than 400,000 in Spokane County.

Closing Date: 2/22/2020
Desired Starting Date:
Contact Name: Human Resources,  Health Program Specialist 3 - REDi Healthcare Coalition Project Coordinator
Contact Location: 1101 W College Ave

Spokane   WA  99201
United States
Contact Location: 1101 W College Ave
 
  Spokane   WA  99201
  United States
Contact Phone:  
Contact Fax:
Contact Email: HR_Web@srhd.org
Web Address:
How to Apply: To be considered for the position, and to view a complete job description, visit www.srhd.org

Additional Information: This position is eligible for representation by PTE

Web Site Delete Date: 2/22/2020