Maryland Seeks Director, Maternal and Child Health Bureau
The Director of Maternal and Child Health Bureau manages the Health Promotion and Protection Administration’s Maternal and Child Health Bureau, providing clinical and administrative/operational leadership for the Office of Family Planning and Home Visiting, the Office for Genetics and People with Special Health Care Needs, the Office of the Maryland WIC Program and the Office of Maternal and Child Health Surveillance and Quality Initiatives. This position manages through subordinate office directors, a total budget of approximately $144 million and a staff of 87 residing in permanent State and contractual employment. The incumbent develops a strategic plan for the provision of health services in the areas of maternal and child health, and establishes and implements policies, goals, objectives and procedures, and manages and supervises the provision of these services through office directors and staff. For more information, click here.
Oklahoma Chief, Screening and Special Services Position Open
Under the administrative direction of the Deputy Commissioner for Prevention and Preparedness Services (PPS), this position will manage, plan, organize, coordinate, and direct the administration and programs of Screening and Special Services (SSS). This position will provide leadership and consultation to the Deputy Commissioner of PPS, the Commissioner of Health, Chief Operating Officer, agency staff, health professionals and the public on matters related to Screening and Special Services. For more information, click here.
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