AMCHP Accepting Applications for Program Associate, Women's and Infant Health
The program associate, women's and infant health (WIH) is a member of the program team and contributes to the advancement of MCH programs by performing a variety of planning and program implementation, research and evaluation projects. This position supports and assists the WIH team in the development, implementation and evaluation of program activities related to MCH and women's and infant health. This position also contributes to the collection of state best practices (Innovation Station), newsletter development, and implementation of communication strategies (MS SharePoint, listserv, social media). This position reports to the associate director, women's and infant health. To learn more, click here.
Texas Seeks Public Health Nurse
The Public Health Nurse Ill oversees MCH programs for the state and performs advanced nursing activities in a consultative, advisory, educational, and administrative capacity for the Office of Title V & Family Health under the general direction of the Director. Responsibilities include planning, implementing, and evaluating activities; such as, managing and overseeing sensitive and confidential mortality and morbidity record reviews and management and oversight of the Maternal Mortality and Morbidity Task Force as described by Senate Bill 495, 83'd Legislature, Regular Session, 2013. Collaborates with stakeholders to address maternal and child health related needs in the community and statewide and represents the agency as a maternal and child health specialist. For more information, click here.
DC Opens Bureau Chief of Child Adolescent and School Health Position
The Child Adolescent and School Health Bureau (CASHB) is responsible for planning, promoting and coordinating a state based system of comprehensive health services for parents, children of all ages, including children with special health care needs, and families in both the public and private sector. The incumbent works under the general supervision of the supervisory medical officer (SMO) for the Community Health Administration and will serve as the CASHB chief, responsible for the development of statewide maternal, child, adolescent and school health plans to include policy development, monitoring, and implementation; bureau programmatic evaluation, including management and implementation oversight of contracts and/or other agreements entered into with organizations providing direct services; implementation of education programs for interested communities. To learn more, click here.