AMCHP Seeks Analyst for Quality Improvement and Life Course, WIH
The analyst for QI and life course, women's and infant health (WIH) is a member of the program team and contributes to the advancement of maternal and child health outcomes by performing a variety of planning and program implementation, research and evaluation projects related to women's and infant health and maternal and child health/data and assessment. General responsibilities include contributing to the development, implementation and evaluation of program activities related to women's and infant health, collaboration with advisory committee members, AMCHP members and staff; serving as a liaison to federal project officers; and project promotion. This position reports to the senior epidemiologist, WIH. For more information, click here.
AMCHP Opens Search for a Policy Analyst
This position, on the program team, supports the advancement of MCH programs by contributing to major issues surrounding workforce and capacity building in the context of health reform for AMCHP members. The position primarily supports AMCHP work and activities with the National MCH Workforce Development Center. This position is accountable for implementing policy and program activities related to the promotion and strengthening of comprehensive, integrated health care systems that serve women, children and their families, particularly those who are low-income and underserved, particularly in the area of health care reform, health systems transformation and financing (e.g., Medicaid and CHIP), and the role of public health and state Title V maternal and child health programs. The position's activities will focus mainly on supporting training of the state Title V maternal and child health staff. The position reports to the senior policy manager. For more information, click here.
AMCHP Accepting Applications for Program Manager, Workforce Development and Capacity Building
The Program Manager for Workforce Development and Capacity Building is a member of the Program Team and supports the advancement of maternal and child health (MCH) programs by contributing to major issues surrounding workforce and capacity building for AMCHP members. The work involves contributing to the development, implementation, support and evaluation of activities as part of the National MCH Workforce Development Center (the Center), collaboration with staff and partners of the Center, as well as performing a variety of planning and program implementation, research, and evaluation projects related to capacity building, including the AMCHP Best Practices Innovation Station and Replication Initiatives, partnership with fellow staff, participation in associated professional organizations and groups, and collaboration with member programs and funding agencies. This position reports to the associate director, MCH leadership development and capacity building. To learn more, click here.
AMCHP Seeks CYSHCN Intern
The AMCHP child and adolescent health team promotes the health and development of children and adolescents, including children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN), by supporting state Title V maternal & child health and CYSHCN programmatic efforts. The CYSHCN intern will support AMCHP work in developing, implementing and evaluating program activities related to CYSHCN. For more information, click here.
Oregon Health & Science University Looking for CaCoon Nurse Consultant
The CaCoon nurse consultant position is under the administration of the Oregon Center for Children and Youth with Special Health Needs (OCCYSHN), at the Institute on Development & Disability (IDD) of the Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), Portland, Oregon. The duties of this position are in support of the mission, goals and objectives of OHSU, IDD and OCCYSHN. This position is under the co-supervision of the OCCYSHN director and CaCoon program coordinator. The CaCoon nurse consultant will provide nursing consultation and technical assistance for the care coordination nurse home visiting program to local county CaCoon coordinators and other public health nurses implementing CaCoon program services. For more information, click here.
South Carolina Opens WIC Director Position
Under limited supervision of the MCH bureau director, the WIC director manages the Division of WIC services. Directly supervises program managerial staff. On a statewide basis, assesses, plans, coordinates, implements and evaluates policies and procedures of the WIC Program. Makes recommendation for policy changes to USDA/FNS. Works collaboratively with other MCH divisions, client services, administration, of the Office of Nutrition to implement the Public Health Plan. Works collaboratively with Public Health Administration and Bureau of Financial Management to ensure the management of WIC funds are within federal regulations. For more information, click here.