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Careers

To post an available job on this web page, please contact Jennifer Kanouse at jkanouse@tbcontrollers.org.

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Public Health Nurse Consultant
Richmond, VA

Would you like to work for one of Virginia’s largest state agencies, dedicated to the health and well-being of all people in the state? The Virginia Department of Health (VDH) is looking for an experienced registered nurse to lead and manage the Tuberculosis (TB) and Newcomer Health (NH) unit within the Division of Surveillance and Investigation, in the Office of Epidemiology. This position serves as the TB Controller and Director of the TB and NH programs, managing all activities and supervising assigned staff. Provides oversight of grant awards, work unit budgets, contracts, and expenditures. Develops program policies and procedures, ensures implementation and updates, as necessary, and provides policy and procedural interpretation. Provides technical assistance to clinicians on patient management and consultation with medical experts. Serves as a program expert and mentor. Oversees the development of in-service training for professional, non-professional and public audiences; educational outreach activities; and TB Control telemedicine consultation services. Develops initiatives, and implements strategies to meet program objectives. Serves as a point of contact between the agency and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other federal agencies on TB and refugee health issues. Participates in the design, implementation and evaluation of public health programs in response to emerging epidemiological trends in TB/newcomer health. Consults with expert clinical consultants to provide clinical advice, training, and consultation to health department and community practitioners. For additional job specific information and to apply, see the job announcement link.

10/16/18 Until Filled
Administrative Services Officer III (Director of Education and Training)
San Antonio, TX

Hiring staff! The Heartland National TB Center (HNTC) is one of four CDC grant funded Tuberculosis Centers of Excellence for Training, Education and Medical Consultation (COE). Staff of the HNTC are employees of the UT Health Science Center at Tyler, a component of the UT System. For additional job specific information and to apply, please visit the online job announcement link.

This position is responsible for the education and training component of the COE which includes: development and implementation of all aspects of the Center’s education and training, E-learning, distance learning, educational product development, technical assistance, and marketing. Position also accomplishes objectives by leading training component initiatives, providing input into the strategic direction of educational activities, and fostering collaborations and partnerships.

ACCOMPANYING KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES AND COMPETENCIES:

  • Prior experience with public health practices and tuberculosis is preferred.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office products.
  • Proven ability to multi-task in a fast-paced work environment.
  • Knowledge of traditional and online instructional curriculum development and design.
  • Knowledge of Learning Management Systems (LMS) and web delivery programs.
  • Skill in developing and maintaining high level partnerships with local, state, and federal organizations nationally and internationally.

REQUIRED EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Public Health, or a related field is required.
  • Three (3) to five (5) years’ experience working with tuberculosis or other chronic disease is preferred. Supervisory experience is also preferred.
10/24/18 Until Filled
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