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Utah Department of Health Communicable Disease Epidemiologist https://statejobs.utah.gov

 

$20.91 - $27.04 per hour

This is a full-time, career service exempt (TL) position with benefits.

Requisition #   12567

Closes:   07/24/2017 at 11:59 pm MST 

In order to be considered for an interview for these positions, applicants will need to apply on-line at https://statejobs.utah.gov.  If applicants have not done so already, they will need to create a job seeker account.   

Intermountain Healthcare Student Intern I-NonClinical
Department of Health STD Intern

STD Intern

$15.00 

 

This is a part-time, internship without benefits.

Requisition #   13034

Closes:   08/30/2017 at 11:59 pm MST 

 

In order to be considered for an interview for these positions, you will need to apply on-line at https://statejobs.utah.gov.  If you have not done so already, you will need to create a job seeker account.    

STD Intern

$15.00 

 

This is a part-time, internship without benefits.

Requisition #   13034

Closes:   08/30/2017 at 11:59 pm MST 

 

In order to be considered for an interview for these positions, you will need to apply on-line at https://statejobs.utah.gov.  If you have not done so already, you will need to create a job seeker account.    

Get Healthy Utah© Program Director Qualified applicants should send a resume (including references), cover letter, and one-page writing sample to info@gethealthyutah.org by September 15th.

Get Healthy Utah© is seeking a qualified individual to work part-time (20 hours/week) as a Program Director. 

 

Principal Duties 
The Program Director will:

  • Prepare messages for social media.
  • Assist with grant report writing and review.
  • Conduct outreach to stakeholders.
  • Participate in coalitions and workgroups.
  • Give presentations to professional and public audiences.
  • Help assess the needs and priorities of various populations using appropriate assessment tools.
  • Assist to develop, conduct, and evaluate the effectiveness of health education/health promotion programs.
  • Create marketing and educational materials.

 

The Ideal Candidate
The model Program Director has:

  • Education and experience in health education and promotion or related field
  • Excellent writing skills and skills to communicate effectively, accurately, and concisely
  • Public presentation skills
  • Professional experience with social media
  • Experience collaborating with multiple partners
  • The ability to be proactive and work independently
  • The ability to meet deadlines and multitask
  • The ability to interpret and follow instructions

 

The model Program Director has knowledge of:

  • Community organization methods
  • Community resources and services
  • Computer operations and uses, including word processing, graphics, spreadsheets, and presentation design
  • Program marketing, public relations, and media relations methods and techniques
  • Effective communication techniques including audio-visual use

 

Preference may be given to applicants with the above.
 

Requirements include

  • A bachelor’s degree
  • Highly skilled at verbal and written communication

 

Utah Department of Health UWNQC Quality Improvement Director Cole Gilmore - CGilmore@Utah.gov
Stonehenge of Utah PT/OT Aide Sydney Nelson - snelson@stonehengeoforem.com

PT/OT Aide position available

No license or experience needed, on-the-job training will be provided

Hours: Saturdays 8:30 am – Noon

If you are interested in applying, please email Sydney Nelson at snelson@stonehengeoforem.com or go to https://www.stonehengeutah.com/careers

American Red Cross Ready Corps Member Rebecca Stubbs - rebecca.stubbs@redcross.org

Ready Corps

AmeriCorps Member Position Description

 

Site Location:      American red cross-central utah Chapter

865 north freedom blvd. Provo, UT 84604

 

Title:  Ready Corps Member

 

Term of Service:  November 2017 - September 2018

 

Anticipated Service Schedule: Each member will serve 1700 hours from Nov 2017-Sep 2018, which averages 40 hrs./week, including occasional evening and weekend hours

 

SITE DESCRIPTION

The American Red Cross plays part in the whole disaster cycle of prepare respond and recover. Ready Corps plays a primary role in the preparedness stage. Each member will assist in the Red Cross mission of preparing communities through the Home Fire Campaign, the Pillowcase Project, Hands Only CPR, and general community disaster education.       

 

Position Summary

Ready Corps is an AmeriCorps program implemented by Points of Light. Members create disaster resilient communities by increasing preparedness of individuals and families through volunteer engagement. Members will provide direct service in the community and train volunteer leaders to recruit and educate teams of volunteers to:

1)Improve preparedness of individuals and families through local collaborative volunteer projects, service events, and trainings resulting in personal preparedness plans.

2)Expand Local Preparedness Networks by creating and engaging partnerships in the community, and continuing to expand the Red Cross network.

3)Support long-term recovery and sustainability by increasing organizational capacity to help individuals and families prepare and, in the case of disaster, more easily respond and recover from current events.

 

Major Responsibilities and Related Tasks

  • Design and develop volunteer projects such as neighborhood canvassing events to install free smoke alarms and educate household about fire safety, educating youth through the Pillowcase Project, supporting local preparedness fairs, and educating the public about disasters and how to build their self-reliance.
  • Organize and manage large scale Days of Service such as the National Prepare-a-thon, September 11 Day of Service, National Home Fire Prevention week, National Volunteer week, Red Cross week, MLK Day of Service etc.
  • Conduct and facilitate participation in trainings such as Red Cross volunteer training for preparedness programs, Points of Light’s Disaster Resistant Communities Group training, Points of Light’s Spontaneous Volunteer Management in Times of Disaster training.

Benefits

  • Opportunity to make a difference in a community
  • Living allowance of up to $12,100 over 10-month term of service, paid bi-weekly
  • An AmeriCorps Education Award ($5,775) upon successful completion of service
  • Corporation for Community and National Service approved health benefits and child care assistance if qualified
  • Opportunity to register with AmeriCorps Alums (www.americorpsalums.org)
  • Four-day Ready Corps Training in Atlanta, GA, to be held in the middle of November.
  • Opportunity to participate in Points of Light virtual webinars and conference calls
  • Networking opportunities with fellow corps members across the country
  • Onsite training and professional development

 

 

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

Ready Corps members are as diverse a group as the communities they serve.

 

Applicants must:

  • Be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident
  • Have a college degree or attended some college, have a high school diploma or GED.
  • Have served no more than two terms in an AmeriCorps state or national program.*
  • Agree to a criminal background check
  • Be able to begin service in November 2017 and be able to travel and participate in the Ready Corps Training the middle of November.

 

Previous experiences with service, training, or leadership strengthen candidacy.

 

* Individuals may receive no more than the value of two full time education awards.  If you have received the equivalent of more than one full time education award, you are eligible to serve and receive a prorated award.

 

 

How to Apply:

To apply, please submit a copy of your resume and a cover letter expressing your interest to Rebecca Stubbs at rebecca.stubbs@redcross.org Applicants will be accepted until all spots are filled.

 

For more information, please contact Rebecca at 801-323-7004

 

 

                                                              

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PCC Aerostructures EHS Specialist Garin Wood - garin.wood@pccairframe.com

This position will coordinate in the development and implementation of the following key safety and environmental programs:

·       Machine Guarding, Hoisting and Rigging, Lock Out/Tag Out, Job Hazard Analysis, Equipment Inspection, Hazard Communications, Global Harmonization System, Hot Work, Incident Reporting and Investigation, and additional safety programs as needed.

·       Storm-Water Protection, Spill Prevention, Wastewater Monitoring, Air Quality, Hazardous Waste Handling

·       Develop and implement various safety and environmental programs to ensure compliance with state and federal regulations.

·       Participate in periodic reviews/audits to verify that safety and environmental programs meet or exceed the established federal/state regulations.

·       Identify areas of concern and provide recommendations for corrective action to the appropriate group.

·       Conduct and schedule training to meet the needs of production and comply with the applicable safety and certified production operator standards.

·       Conduct accident and incident investigations as needed to reveal root and auxiliary causes.  Review accident and incident investigations that are conducted by other personnel.

·       Evaluate facilities pursuant to safety conditions.  Advise management of any and all safety concerns.  Provide recommendations and interpretation of safety requirements to resolve all safety concerns.

·       Generate and submit safety and environmental reports as requested/required.

·       Manage and maintain all records pertaining to OSHA and EPA.

·       Develop and implement Klune’s employee suggestions program.

·       Work closely with Klune’s Quality Manager in developing and maintaining the certified production operator program.

·       Additional responsibilities and tasks as directed by Senior Manager.

·       PROMOTE and CONTRIBUTE to a positive work environment.

 

Required Skills, Experience, and Education:

·       Strong communication skills:  written and verbal

·       Excellent computer skills:  MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and various programs

·       Strong analytical, fundamental arithmetic, problem solving, organizational, and critical thinking skills

·       Able to walk through shop areas and in rough terrain; able to stand for extended periods of time

·       Able to speak and build work relationships with various people at various levels within and external to the organization

·       Will at times work in areas with temperatures and conditions equivalent to working outdoors

·       Requires the ability to conduct group presentations to diverse audiences

·       Team player with an excellent attitude and motivational skills

·       Capable of making wise decisions

·       Must adhere to and promote established procedures and policies

·       Education in Safety and/or Environmental Health. Work experience preferably in a manufacturing environment.