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Job Title: Personal Health Services Nurse Supervisor Maternal-Child Health (MCH)
Job Number:
Organization: Chester County Health Department
Posted: 3/8/2024
Type: Full-Time
Classification: Public Health Nursing
Industry: Government
Number of Openings: 1
Location: West Chester,  PA    USA
Compensation: $73,786.69
Position Description: Chester County Health Department (CCHD) is currently hiring a Personal Health Services Supervisor for our Maternal-Child Health (MCH) programs. This supervisory position is responsible for the administration and grant oversite for the Healthy Moms & Healthy Families (HMHF/Title V) and Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) programs. Will be responsible for directing the work of multiple public program areas and the development and supervision of professional staff to ensure that Public Health services are delivered in an effective and efficient manner. Position requires experience in maternal-child health, including collecting, analyzing, and interpreting data that is pertinent in MCH program development.

The Supervisor will work with the fiscal staff to plan, prepare, and implement grant budgets and monitor grant expenditures for both MCH programs. Strong organizational, problem solving, communication, and computer skill is required.

Requires a bachelor’s degree in nursing and five years of job-related experience. The preferred candidate will have a master’s degree in nursing or Public Health, plus three to fives years of supervisory and management experience in maternal-child health. Prior grant writing and grant management is also preferred.

This position requires a Report of Criminal History; Child Abuse History Clearance; and Fingerprint based Federal Criminal History

Essential Duties

Responsible for development, execution, oversight and evaluation of multiple program areas.

Recruit, train, schedule, coach, supervise and evaluate assigned professional and para- professional staff.

Provide team leadership and utilize effective management skills to promote a positive workplace environment.

Provide oversight, administrative, and supervisory support for Program Supervisors to implement

CCHD’s Nurse-Family Partnership and Title V- Healthy Moms, Healthy Families nurse home visiting programs.

Serve as an Administrator for CCHD’s Nurse-Family Partnership program and provide weekly reflective supervision for NFP Program Supervisor.

Apply effective research skills for purposes of accessing information pertinent to program development, enhancement or evaluation.

Provide leadership to the MCH team to promote health equity, especially addressing maternal and infant health disparities.

Collect, analyze and maintain data through staff reports, observations, databases, trends and time studies.

Give leadership to MCH Continuous Quality Improvement initiatives.

Maintain awareness of priorities, trends, and new initiatives in prenatal, maternal, and infant health.

Research, plan, develop, write and implement grant proposals. Seek out and respond to additional funding opportunities to support MCH services.

Arrange for staff development and professional education opportunities on relevant MCH topics.

Promote external relationships.

Initiate and engage in inter-agency collaborative efforts to improve the health of pregnant persons, parents, and children.

Participate in MCH-relevant local, state and national meetings.

Interface with and provide technical assistance to medical professionals, community-based organizations, and others.

Write, review, and submit written reports to local, state and federal levels as required by grants and/or county administrators.

Contribute to the development of Departmental and Bureau protocols, policies and procedures and track and reinforce staff compliance within the division.

Monitor and evaluate programs for efficiency, cost effectiveness and compliance.

Work with management and fiscal staff to plan, prepare and implement grant budget.

Serve as the liaison to Medical Assistance Managed Care Organizations to carry out funding agreements.

Function as activity manager for assigned program areas and strategic plan measures.

Ensure files/records are audited for accuracy and standards of care.

Perform other duties, tasks and special projects, as assigned

Qualifications: Qualifications/Preferred Skills, Knowledge & Experience

Bachelor’s degree in Nursing.

Licensed as a Registered Nurse (RN), issued by the Pennsylvania State Board of Nursing or an active Multistate RN license.

Five years of job-related experience.

Excellent interpersonal skills.

Ability to relate to people of varied social, economic and ethnic backgrounds.

Strong organizational and problem solving skills.

Ability to analyze and report data.

Accurate and detail-oriented.

Strong knowledge and skill in program budgeting and planning.

Strong customer service skills.

Strong verbal and written communication skills.

Flexible; easily adapts to changes in the work environment.

A valid driver’s license is required.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge & Experience:

Master’s degree in Nursing or Public Health.

Three to five years of supervisory and management experience.

Prior clinical and community experience.

Working technical skills in assigned program area.

Prior grant-writing and grant management experience

Program development and evaluation experience.

Current working knowledge of County and Departmental policies and procedures.

Current working knowledge of labor laws and human resources guidelines..

Organization Description:

Closing Date: 6/8/2024
Desired Starting Date:
Contact Name: C. Michael Baysinger,  Personal Health Services Nurse Supervisor Maternal-Child Health (MCH)
Contact Location:

West Chester   PA  19380
United States
Contact Location:
  West Chester   PA  19380
  United States
Contact Phone: 610-344-6473 
Contact Fax: 610-344-5405
Contact Email:
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