Missoula County

Missoula County consists of over 30 departments to meet the needs of our citizens, from registering a motor vehicle to providing quality medical care through the health department and our federally qualified health center, access to the justice system in the form of the Sheriff’s Department and County Attorney’s office to public works projects.  Each department strives to fulfill the County’s mission:

Missoula County Mission:

Provide quality public service to protect and enhance the well-being of the people, communities, and environment of Missoula County.

Vision:

Missoula County is a trusted community leader enhancing the quality of life so people can thrive and realize individual and collective potential.

Core Values:

Integrity: We are accountable, ethical and transparent.

Innovation: We choose to develop sustainable solutions that pursue opportunities and foster creativity.

Teamwork: We are a diverse, interdependent organization that supports collaboration to work effectively.

Community: We honor diversity and respect people, heritage, culture, and natural resources.

 

 

 

 

 

25 job(s) at Missoula County

MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Dec 02, 2021
Full Time
Definition TO APPLY : Please complete all sections of the online application, even if a resume is submitted. Incomplete applications will be disqualified. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources. Performs a variety of duties related to the issuing and maintaining of vital records and legal documents to facilitate public access in the Clerk & Recorder's Office. Representative Examples of Work Performs reception of callers and visitors; composes and prepares correspondence; schedules appointments and special events; prepares schedules and daily agendas; prepares and disseminates meeting minutes, daily mail and other information; maintains files. Explains state laws, case law and local regulations regarding vital records filing, issuance and corrections. Coordinates with outside agencies to ensure departmental compliance with state and federal laws concerning issuance of vital records. Files, issues, corrects and verifies sensitive information related to vital records. Creates and verifies indexes of public and confidential legal documents including deeds, plats, certificates of survey, birth and death certificates, and military discharge records. Creates and maintains electronic files and paperless systems to facilitate public access. Maintains recording and vital records materials according to state records retention schedules. Locates historical documents and researches other assigned subjects; responds to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. Assists in obtaining and compiling information and data for use in special reports; creates graphs and charts; creates brochures, newsletters and other publications. Participates in the evaluation, development and implementation of procedures to meet goals, work plans, performance measures, and continuous improvement of service delivery. Assists in identifying areas for gaining efficiencies, suggests modifications, and facilitates changes. Attends meetings, conferences and workshops as requested and authorized. Troubleshoots and aids other staff in resolving computer issues. Collaborates with software providers and the Technology Department to improve office technologies and system modernization. Administers oaths and affirmations, witnesses signatures, and performs notarial acts. Performs daily balancing of cash drawers and tills. Minimum Qualifications Requires high school graduation or GED equivalent. Requires one year of experience working with the public. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : Requires ability to obtain State of Montana notary commission. Physical/Environmental Demands Employee commonly remains in an office setting and spends a considerable amount of time using a computer keyboard. Work requires the ability to lift books (30-40 lbs.) while climbing a ladder or bending to retrieve books.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Dec 01, 2021
Full Time
Definition TO APPLY : Please complete all sections of the online application, even if a resume is submitted. Please include with your completed application the following attachments: College Transcripts (unofficial are accepted), and a Letter of Interest. Incomplete applications will be disqualified. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources. Performs professional level duties and provides case management work remotely for individuals at risk for, or positive with, COVID-19 who are housed in the non-congregant shelter for the Missoula City-County Health Department. Representative Examples of Work Provides services remotely for high risk asymptomatic individuals prioritized for quarantine to support long term health and housing needs. Work remotely with symptomatic individuals awaiting test results and individuals who have tested positive for Covid-19 sheltering at the non-congregate shelter site to support current and ongoing needs and make connections to community organizations to promote successful outcomes after discharge. Assess point of entry needs in addition to health. Connect with coordinated entry system. Support the needs of individuals during quarantine and isolation. Work closely with community organizations and to provide resources to target population and support long term. Develops and implements individual client care plans based on social needs. Monitors and evaluates care plan effectiveness. Triages socially related needs of clients. Coordinates client referrals utilizing appropriate community resources. Provides individual and family support and crisis intervention as needed. Identifies available community resources for specific client populations and acts as a social service resource person for the agency and other community organizations. Educates clients on the appropriate use of social services. Develops social service protocols including protocols for accessing medical and financial resources. Develops assessment and screening tools as needed. Assists with program development and coordination. Participates in strategic and emergency planning, quality improvement, performance management, workforce development, and accreditation documentation and activities. Serves as part of incident command during emergencies. Participates in department-wide strategic activities. Advocates for regulations and policies that protect public and environmental health. Minimum Qualifications Requires Bachelor's Degree in Social Work. Master's degree (MSW) desired. Requires two years of experience working as a social worker in a health care or community settings which include case management experience. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : New employees will be asked to volunteer vaccination status for required vaccines upon hire and will be offered assistance during hiring to receive necessary immunizations. Employees who have not received the vaccines required for their positions or who are unwilling to voluntarily provide vaccination status for required vaccines will receive a reasonable accommodation where such accommodation does not require an undue hardship or endanger the health or safety of any person. Requires a valid Montana Driver's License. Requires current CPR certification. Requires successfully passing a criminal background check. Requires current Montana licensure as a social worker or the ability to become licensed within 18 months of hire. Physical/Environmental Demands The work requires some physical exertion such as walking, bending, lifting (20 pound range). Crisis intervention work may involve exposure to potentially dangerous situations.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Dec 01, 2021
Full Time
Definition TO APPLY : Please complete all sections of the online application, even if a resume is submitted. Incomplete applications will be disqualified. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources. Performs advanced level clerical and secretarial duties in the Missoula County Sheriff's Department to prepare, process, maintain and preserve records and reports for the criminal justice, civil process, and warrants offices. Representative Examples of Work Answers inquiries from the public and employees. Disseminates arrest records and investigative reports, according to state laws. Transcribes taped statements that become part of the official criminal or court records. Ensures that reports are accurate and able to be used for court evidence. Updates and maintains computerized records management system including: scans documents; prepares incident report files; reviews incident reports for accuracy; returns reports requiring editing to the originating officer; and finalizing incident report in system. Performs research of records to provide information to the County Attorney's office within legal guidelines and department policies. Fingerprints the public as requested and maintains related records . Performs reception of callers and visitors; answers inquiries from the public and employees; prepares and disseminates daily mail and other information. Prepares schedules; prepares replies to written correspondence; maintains department records and files. Performs computer data entry and word-processing. Obtains information as required to complete detailed forms and applications. Makes moderately complex calculations and tabulates data. Updates statistical information to generate reports. Checks civil papers and court documents that are to be served for completeness and processes documents in accordance with established procedures and law. Answers routine inquiries regarding civil process and procedures. Schedules and processes legal advertising for sheriff's sales as required. Makes determination on bonding requirements prior to accepting papers for service by the civil process officer. Provides administrative support for the abandoned vehicle program. Processes required paperwork; prepares forms for the sale of vehicles; and maintains all required records. Performs support duties for warrants division. Processes warrants of arrest. Processes orders of protection. Completes monthly validations of entered records. Provides criminal records and driving history to authorized personnel. Performs related work as required or directed. Other duties: May collect money, issue receipts, and prepare deposits for money received for various fees. May perform data entry for concealed weapon permits. Minimum Qualifications Requires high school diploma or GED. Requires two years of secretarial/office or retail clerical work experience. Requires experience involving direct public contact both in person and on the telephone. Requires experience in word-processing and data entry. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : Successful candidate must pass an extensive background investigation. Physical/Environmental Demands The employee commonly remains in an office setting. The work requires long periods of sitting at a computer terminal. May require work outside the office environment to process forms at abandoned vehicle sale or sheriff's sale. Requires occasional light lifting (20 lbs).
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Dec 01, 2021
Full Time
Definition TO APPLY : Please complete all sections of the online application, even if a resume is submitted/requested. Please include with your completed application the following attachments: A letter of interest including motivation to work as an Animal Control Officer, and a resume. Please answer the Supplemental Question. Incomplete applications will be disqualified. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources. Enforces the city and county animal control and garbage ordinances for the Missoula City-County Health Department to ensure the health and safety of domestic animals and the community. Representative Examples of Work Responds to calls for assistance regarding animal control issues from the public and law enforcement agencies. Captures and removes stray, uncontrolled or abused animals. Drives animal control service vehicles to transport animals to and from the shelter, and veterinarian offices. Responds to and investigates violations of animal control and garbage ordinances and issues warnings or citations. Patrols designated areas in vehicle, on foot and on bicycle. Issues temporary licenses. Investigates reports of animal attacks or animal cruelty, interviews witnesses, collects evidence, writes reports; makes court appearances to serve as a witness as required. Investigates animal bites; captures rabid animals. Follows protocol for rabies quarantines. Examines animals for injuries, malnutrition or disease. Administers first aid and arranges for any necessary medical treatment. Educates the public regarding complying with ordinances. Prepares and delivers public education presentations on animal control topics. Authorizes euthanasia of animals for humane or public safety reasons. Communicates with owner of animal. Transports animals for euthanasia and disposes of dead animals. Assists shelter attendants with dispatching, animal care and feeding, impounding, releasing, kennel cleaning and maintenance, euthanasia, adopting, licensing, medicating and immunizing animals. Maintains activity logs and other records. Maintains Animal Control vehicle and equipment. Participates in quality improvement projects and strategic work plans. Works within the incident command structure during emergencies. Minimum Qualifications High school diploma or GED required. Requires two years of experience that may include time working with: animal control; animal care, handling or treatment; animal research; or law enforcement. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : Requires a valid Montana Driver's License. New employees will be asked to volunteer vaccination status for required vaccines upon hire and will be offered assistance during hiring to receive necessary immunizations. Employees who have not received the vaccines required for their positions or who are unwilling to voluntarily provide vaccination status for required vaccines will receive a reasonable accommodation where such accommodation does not require an undue hardship or endanger the health or safety of any person. Requires pre-employment physical exam, driving history check, and a criminal background check. Physical/Environmental Demands Requires driving a county vehicle, riding a bicycle, and patrolling on foot. Requires capturing and transporting animals which may be injured, fearful, or vicious. Requires occasional heavy lifting (up to 100 lbs.), bending, crouching, and crawling in restricted space. Requires travel to private property or residences; requires exposure to hostile people. May involve exposure to animal bites, blood or body fluids; may require defending oneself against physical attack. Requires the use of protective clothing or gear. Requires working weekend and evening hours and occasional work on holidays; or serving in an on-call capacity. Requires performing work out of doors and may involve exposure to extreme weather and hazardous driving conditions.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Nov 28, 2021
Full Time
Definition TO APPLY : Please complete all sections of the on line application. Please include with your completed application the Waiver/Authorization to Release Information. Incomplete applications that do not contain the wavier/authorization to release information may be disqualified. Complete job description available upon request. Waiver/Authorization to Release Information REQUIRED DEFINITION: Performs work in an institutional kitchen to provide meals for inmates at the Missoula County Detention Center. Oversees inmate workers in a secure facility. Representative Examples of Work EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: (The following are intended to illustrate typical duties; they are not meant to be all inclusive or restrictive.) ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Prepares food and ensures meals are delivered in a timely manner. Records detailed information regarding: time of meals, meal content, number of meals served, and food temperature. Has direct contact with inmate workers; provides instruction on proper food handling and preparation; facilitates cooperation among inmate workers to ensure kitchen safety. Tracks and logs inmate activities; ensures schedules of inmate activities are completed. Oversees inmate workers to ensure worker and staff safety in a hazardous work environment; supervises handling of knives and other kitchen implements that could be used as weapons. Monitors kitchen for evidence of restricted activities as outline in the inmate rule manual and detention center policy. Follows approved menus to ensure prepared meals comply with State regulations, medical orders, nutritional and other required standards. Oversees inmate workers assigned to kitchen duty; documents infractions and refers to kitchen supervisor or manager. Oversees kitchen clean up. Complies with standards of cleanliness and health regulations and follows safety and security measures in the kitchen including daily inventory of knives and utensils. May receive deliveries. Ensures food and supplies are handled and stored properly. May operate a forklift to store and retrieve food product and supplies. OTHER DUTIES: Performs related work as required or directed. Minimum Qualifications MINIMUM QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: Requires high school graduation or GED. Graduation from a culinary arts program or an equivalent food prep/cook training program desired. Requires one year of experience in meal planning and food preparation in a high-volume setting. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : Must pass an extensive background investigation. Requires a valid Montana drivers' license. Physical/Environmental Demands PHYSICAL/ENVIRONMENTAL DEMANDS: Requires physical exertion such as bending, walking, standing for long periods. Occasionally lifts items (case goods, filled kettles and roasting pans) weighing up to 60 pounds. May operate a forklift to move pallets. Requires the use of safety precautions with kitchen equipment. May work under stressful conditions and must be able to maintain professional and courteous behavior with all contacts. Work with inmates in a hazardous institutional kitchen environment involves some inherent risk of injury.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Nov 28, 2021
Full Time
Definition TO APPLY: Please attach the following documents to your completed online application: Cover Letter, Resume and Copy of Active MT LCSW or LCPC License. Without LCSW or LCPC license, Clinical Therapist in Training at a reduced rate of pay may be considered. Performs work as a therapist at the Partnership Health Center (PHC). Work assignment will be in: the traditional model, an integrated model where providers are embedded in the medical clinic providing brief behavioral interventions within the behavioral health department, or the Mobile Support Team, depending on coverage needs. This assignment will be for an integrated behavioral health consultant. Representative Examples of Work Provides screening and assessments, develops and implements treatment plans and documents client progress for behavioral health clients. Provides behavioral health counseling, for individuals, couples, families, and groups as indicated by the treatment plan or as assigned. May provide counseling as a Licensed Addictions Counselor or Mental Health Professional if certified. Functions as a member of an interdisciplinary team in a patient-centered health home model, or as part of a mobile support team, depending on work assignment. Creates quarterly reports on targeted performance indicators, quality measures and health outcomes to the Performance Improvement Committee. Provides community education to other providers or community partners. Participates in scheduled administrative staff meetings. Participates in clinical staff meetings. Provides training for support and clinical personnel as required. Maintains appropriate and timely clinical records. Performs related duties as required or directed. Minimum Qualifications EDUCATION: Master's degree in social work or counseling required. Active Montana State LCSW or LCPC license required. EXPERIENCE : Two years of experience in a clinical or mental health setting is required. Substance use treatment experience in healthcare setting desired. Without LCSW or LCPC license, Clinical Therapist in Training at a reduced rate of pay may be considered. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : Subject to passing a criminal background investigation that will require fingerprinting. Requires immunizations or proof of immunity to certain infectious diseases and a TB test. New employees will be asked to volunteer vaccination status for required vaccines upon hire and will be offered assistance during hiring to receive necessary immunizations. Employees who have not received the vaccines required for their positions or who are unwilling to voluntarily provide vaccination status for required vaccines will receive a reasonable accommodation where such accommodation does not require an undue hardship or endanger the health or safely of any person. May require a valid drivers' license. (Mobile Support Team work assignment). Physical/Environmental Demands Crisis intervention work may involve exposure to potentially dangerous situations. The employee may risk exposure to communicable diseases. Works primarily in an office setting. May work remotely from home or in the field responding to 911 behavioral health emergencies, depending on work assignment. Requires some evening, weekend and holiday work, and may require over forty hours in a work week. May require driving or riding in a car to satellite sites, to distant meeting locations, or to see patients in the field as part of a Mobile Support Team.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Nov 28, 2021
Full Time
Definition TO APPLY: Please complete all sections of the online application, even if a resume is submitted. Please attach to your application the following documentation: Proof of US Citizenship - Copy of birth certificate, Social Security Card, or an unexpired Passport. Copy of a valid Driver's License. Documentation of Highschool graduation or GED certificate. College transcripts if you would like to be considered for a Juvenile Detention Officer position. These will also suffice for documentation of Highschool graduation/GED. Copy of a DD214 and or DPHHS certification if claiming a Veterans' or Persons with a Disability hiring preference. If you are not claiming a preference our application system will still require you to attach a document in this field. You may use it to attach any additional information you would like to submit with your application materials. Waiver/Authorization to Release Information CLICK HERE FOR REQUIRED WAIVER for link to waiver. Complete job descriptions available upon request to the Department of Human Resources. Incomplete applications that are missing attachments may be disqualified. Performs work involved with the supervision, care and transport of Detention Center inmates and related activities as assigned. This is an entry level probationary position used for training and evaluation of a probationary officer at the Missoula County Detention Facility and at the Montana Law Enforcement Academy.. Representative Examples of Work Participates in a prescribed detention officer training program to learn required, policies, procedures and practices for dealing with the needs, demands and requirements of incarcerated adults. O versees inmates and provides for their needs and requirements in accordance with established policies and procedures. Provides or obtains emergency medical aid to inmates. S earches inmates and inspects cells to control contraband and verify cleanliness and sanitation according to policies and procedures. Observes conduct of inmates to prevent disturbances and escapes. D irects activities from a control room, including opening and closing doors, logging inmate locations, preparing count sheets and ensuring that daily schedules of inmate activities are completed. Patrols the detention center for evidence of forbidden activities as outlined in the inmate rule manual and policy manual. May supervise inmate workers in the detention center on cleaning and other assignments. Records booking information including booking questions and medical and mental health questionnaires. Escorts inmates to and from court and medical appointments. Enters and retrieves information from the Criminal Justice teletype system. Tabulates miscellaneous data in report form. Writes incident reports on inmate activity, violations of facility rules and criminal activity in the detention center. Minimum Qualifications Must meet minimum requirements as set forth by Montana POST Council: must be a citizen of the United States must be at least 18 years of age must be fingerprinted and subject to a background check to disclose any criminal records may not have been convicted of a crime for which he or she could have been imprisoned in a federal or state penitentiary must be of good moral character, as determined by a thorough background investigation must be a high school graduate or have passed the general education development test and have been issued an equivalency certificate by the superintendent of public instruction, an appropriate issuing agency, another state or the federal government must meet any additional qualifications established by the POST Council SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : Requires a valid Montana Driver's License. Due to occupational requirements, applicants must successfully pass a review of their driving record and a criminal history check to qualify for consideration for this position. Upon offer of employment, applicants must pass a background investigation and physical examination. Successfully pass and maintain departmental standards for firearms qualification - transport and court support staff only . Physical/Environmental Demands The employee may be exposed to potentially dangerous situations. Requires adjusting to changing shifts and exposure to a stressful environment. Must be able to physically respond in the event of an emergency to provide for the safety and welfare of co-workers and the inmate population. Requires some physical exertion such as long periods of standing and frequent walking on concrete surfaces and occasional pulling or dragging of weight of up to 150 pounds. May be required to drive a passenger van to transport inmates.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Nov 28, 2021
Full Time
Definition TO APPLY: Please attach the following documents to your completed online application: Cover Letter and Resume/CV. Assists primary care providers at Partnership Health Center with the management of clients with mental illness. Telecommute is an option in this position. Representative Examples of Work Provides adult psychiatric and medication evaluations, prescription services and medication education through routine medication clinics. Participates in clinical staffing meetings to provide recommendations for treatment interventions and treatment plan implementations for clients. Maintains clinical records. Works closely with the medical providers, behavioral health team and the pharmacy team to track adherence and client's response to psychiatric medications. Reviews quarterly reports on targeted performance indicators, quality measures and health outcomes to the Medical Director who serves on the Performance Improvement Committee. Provides training for support and clinical personnel. Performs related duties as required or directed. Minimum Qualifications EDUCATION: Requires Master's degree in Nursing from an accredited institution and a license to practice in the State of Montana. Requires current certification as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) by American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) or Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing. Requires proof of current prescriptive authority. EXPERIENCE: Requires at least one year of experience in a clinical or mental health setting. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : Requires immunizations or proof of immunity to certain infectious diseases and a TB test. Physical/Environmental Demands Works primarily in an office type setting. Requires some evening and weekend work. The employee may risk exposure to communicable diseases.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Nov 28, 2021
Part Time
Definition TO APPLY: Please attach the following documents to your completed online application: Cover Letter and Resume. Provides Dental Hygienist services in the PHC Dental Clinic. Representative Examples of Work Provides direct patient care in accordance with state dental laws. Provides oral health education to patients. Maintains patient charts, clinic progress notes, and PHC clinic records. Works with PHC Dental Director and Coordinator to order supplies. Serves as dental assistant upon request, including chair-side assisting, sterilization of equipment and radiograph processing. Participates in PHC staff meetings. Performs related work as required or directed. Minimum Qualifications EDUCATION: Requires graduation from an accredited Dental Hygiene Program. Requires a current license to practice dental hygiene in the state of Montana. EXPERIENCE: Work-related experience is desirable, but not required. Experience working with a multi-disciplinary health care team desirable. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Requires immunizations or proof of immunity to certain infectious diseases and a TB test. New employees will be asked to volunteer vaccination status for required vaccines upon hire and will be offered assistance during hiring to receive necessary immunizations. Employees who have not received the vaccines required for their positions or who are unwilling to voluntarily provide vaccination status for required vaccines will receive a reasonable accommodation where such accommodation does not require an undue hardship or endanger the health or safely of any person. Physical/Environmental Demands The work requires lifting of supply boxes in the medium range (up to 30 lbs); requires exposure to x-ray equipment. The employee may risk exposure to biohazards (ex. blood and disinfectant chemicals), and communicable diseases. Work is performed walking or standing much of the time.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Nov 28, 2021
Full Time
Definition TO APPLY: Please attach the following documents to your completed online application: Cover Letter and Resume. Provides comprehensive and emergency dental care for Partnership Health Center patients, including at satellite dental clinic locations; assures quality dental services; represents Partnership Health Center to the Missoula Dental community. Provides basic and emergency dental care for Missoula County Detention Facility inmates as required. Representative Examples of Work Provides dental services including dental screenings, preventative education, diagnosis, and basic restorative dentistry, oral surgery, endodontics, prosthodontics, and emergency care. Assures appropriate referrals for patients. Maintains appropriate dental records of patient visits. Adheres to all standards and requirements pertaining to HIPAA and JCAHO and PHC peer review process. Participates in training of volunteers and staff for dental clinic. Participates in Partnership Health Center staff meetings and clinic meetings and serve as a leadership model for other staff regarding Partnership Health Center's mission and philosophy. Maintains record keeping and reports. May attend Partnership Health Center Board meetings on an as needed basis. Performs related work as required or directed. Minimum Qualifications Education: Requires degree of D.D.S. or D.M.D. from an accredited dental school and current license to practice dentistry in the state of Montana from the Montana Board of Dentistry with no history of licensure suspension or disciplinary action. Must be eligible for malpractice/liability coverage. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : Requires immunizations or proof of immunity to certain infectious diseases and a TB test. New employees will be asked to volunteer vaccination status for required vaccines upon hire and will be offered assistance during hiring to receive necessary immunizations. Employees who have not received the vaccines required for their positions or who are unwilling to voluntarily provide vaccination status for required vaccines will receive a reasonable accommodation where such accommodation does not require an undue hardship or endanger the health or safely of any person. Physical/Environmental Demands The employee may risk exposure to biohazards (including blood and disinfectant chemicals) and communicable diseases. Work is performed walking or standing much of the time. Requires ability to work in physically restricted area with a high patient flow. Work at the Detention Facility requires working with potentially dangerous inmates and a stressful work environment.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Nov 28, 2021
Full Time
Definition Please attach the following documents to your completed online application: Resume, Current MT RN License and Current BLS Certification. Performs work as a registered nurse in a busy acute care clinic for Partnership Health Center. Serves as a lead worker for clinic staff and as a clinical resource. May be assigned to work with specialty populations. Representative Examples of Work Works with PHC medical providers to develop strategies to manage complex medical needs for clients with chronic illness. Develops patient education; assesses treatment readiness; identifies methods to manage treatment side effects; and makes referrals to onsite behavioral health services. Ensures ongoing, proactive quality assurance programs are identified, developed and implemented. Works within the chronic disease self-management model utilized at PHC to provide patient and family education to individuals and groups and to develop goals for improved health outcomes consistent with evidence-based guidelines. Participates in multi-disciplinary conferences, serves as a clinical resource for medical providers, care team nurses, dental, mental health and psycho-social case managers. Provides work direction for LPN and MA staff, giving clinical direction or serving as a clinical resource; contributes to performance management efforts. Performs related duties as required or directed. Minimum Qualifications EDUCATION : Requires graduation from an accredited nursing program. EXPERIENCE : None. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Requires current license to practice as a registered professional nurse in Montana. Requires a current Healthcare Professional BLS certification or the ability to obtain it within 90 days of hire. Requires immunizations or proof of immunity to certain infectious diseases and a TB test. New employees will be asked to volunteer vaccination status for required vaccines upon hire and will be offered assistance during hiring to receive necessary immunizations. Employees who have not received the vaccines required for their positions or who are unwilling to voluntarily provide vaccination status for required vaccines will receive a reasonable accommodation where such accommodation does not require an undue hardship or endanger the health or safely of any person. Physical/Environmental Demands The work requires some physical exertion such as bending, walking and lifting boxes of files (up to 20 lbs.). Requires the manual dexterity to perform manual nursing skills, such as drawing blood, giving injections, filling syringes, etc. The employee may risk exposure to potentially dangerous situations, including exposure to communicable diseases.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Nov 28, 2021
Full Time
Definition TO APPLY: Please attach the following documents to your completed online application: Current Medical Assistant Certification, current BLS and Resume. Without Medical Assistant Certification, a Medical Assistant at reduced rate of pay may be considered. Provides clinical patient care as a member of a patient centered care team in all aspects of serving the patients of Partnership Health Center (PHC). Representative Examples of Work Prioritizes patient needs in person and on the telephone. Manages patient flow and ensures that clinic appointments are conducted on schedule. Conducts and records initial health interview and prepares patient for examination. Gathers and records vital signs including temperature, blood pressure, height and weight. Documents interactions with patients. Assists provider in minor procedures, including dressing changes, wound care and first aid. Collects specimens, draws blood and performs the tests allowed as a CLIA-certified laboratory for waived tests. Maintains control logs for patient testing. Prepares and administers prescription medications to patients. Documents medications in accordance with PHC policies. Phones in prescriptions to pharmacies as directed by the medical provider. Schedules appointments for procedures and diagnostic tests with other medical providers and hospitals. Distributes test results to providers and assures entry into patient record. Communicates with other health care providers, including other medical offices, hospitals and nursing home, as directed by providers. Maintains clinic work area and equipment, including cleaning and sterilization. Assists with material management, and stocking of area, inventory and ordering. Performs related work as required or directed. Minimum Qualifications EDUCATION : High school graduation or GED. EXPERIENCE : No experience required. Without Medical Assistant Certification, a Medical Assistant at reduced rate of pay may be considered. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : Current certification as Medical Assistant from one of the following: the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA); American of Medical Technologists (AMT); the National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT) Medical Assistant Certification; or other nationally accredited certification program. Requires a current Healthcare Professional BLS certification or the ability to obtain it within 90 days of hire. Requires immunizations or proof of immunity to certain infectious diseases and a TB test. New employees will be asked to volunteer vaccination status for required vaccines upon hire and will be offered assistance during hiring to receive necessary immunizations. Employees who have not received the vaccines required for their positions or who are unwilling to voluntarily provide vaccination status for required vaccines will receive a reasonable accommodation where such accommodation does not require an undue hardship or endanger the health or safely of any person. Physical/Environmental Demands The work is performed while walking or standing most of the time. The work requires medium range lifting, including supply boxes (20-30 lbs.); assisting patients on and off the examination tables; carrying, lifting and restraining children. Requires the manual dexterity to perform skills such as drawing blood. The employee may risk exposure to bio-hazardous waste (blood, urine body fluids), disinfectant chemicals and communicable diseases. Work schedules rotate and may include evening and weekend hours.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Nov 28, 2021
Full Time
Definition Priority Application Date: Friday, November 26, 2021 by 5:00 PM (Mountain Time) Complete applications received by the 'Priority Application Date' will be guaranteed consideration. The position will remain open until filled. TO APPLY: Please attach the following documents to your completed online application: Cover Letter, Resume and College Transcripts (If Applicable - Unofficial Accepted). Organizes data and conducts analyses related to quality improvement, efficiency, and patient health and satisfaction for Partnership Health Center (PHC). Representative Examples of Work Collects, cleans, transforms, validates, organizes, and analyzes data within large, complex databases, with a high attention to detail for understanding and improving organizational performance. Collects data from PHC departments and electronic health systems to create reports to support communication of best practices, identify areas of improvement and provide statistical analyses when appropriate. Supports internal and external reporting needs of the organization and individual departments. Alternates data compilation and data reliability with other staff to ensure accuracy. Assists with the design, development and production of measures to inform PHC decision making. Tracks new report requests, updates a report request calendar, and provides follow-up. Creates ad hoc standard reports as needed. Performs regular data validation activities; monitors data error reports and alerts, reports maintenance as needed and reports findings. Supports staff and provides training related to data collection and reporting. Performs related work as required or directed. Minimum Qualifications An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree required; Master's degree desired. Degrees best suited to this position are in Computer Science, Natural Sciences, Economics, Math, Statistics, and Business Information Management. EXPERIENCE: Requires two years of experience using computerized applications to gather, compile, and analyze data. Experience using SQL database management system desired. Experience using a Business Intelligence (BI) tool such as Tableau or PowerBI; and programming languages such as R or Python desired. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : Requires immunizations or proof of immunity to certain infectious diseases and a TB test. New employees will be asked to volunteer vaccination status for required vaccines upon hire and will be offered assistance during hiring to receive necessary immunizations. Employees who have not received the vaccines required for their positions or who are unwilling to voluntarily provide vaccination status for required vaccines will receive a reasonable accommodation where such accommodation does not require an undue hardship or endanger the health or safely of any person. Physical/Environmental Demands Works primarily in an office setting. The work requires occasional medium lifting up to 25 lbs. The employee may risk exposure to potentially dangerous situations, including exposure to communicable diseases.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Nov 28, 2021
Full Time
Definition Priority Application Date: Wednesday, November 17, 2021 by 5:00 PM (Mountain Time) Complete applications received by the 'Priority Application Date' will be guaranteed consideration. The position will remain open until filled. TO APPLY: Please attach the following documents to your completed online application: Cover Letter, Resume and College Transcripts (If Applicable - Unofficial Accepted). Works with behavioral health/mental health organizations, law enforcement, and other agencies across Missoula County to implement a community-wide approach to coordinating care for people with mental health needs for Partnership Health Center (PHC). Representative Examples of Work Contributes to community-wide efforts to address improvements in behavioral health/mental health service delivery for diverse patient populations. Works with community behavioral health committees and coalitions to improve coordination, eliminate duplication of effort, and develop community-wide benchmarks for evaluation of projects and programs. Identifies and implements strategies for improving care for people with mental health/behavioral health conditions based on national models of care; identifies available services and gaps in services. Works with the Strategic Alliance for Improved Behavioral Health and other entities to improve the system of care. Participates in community meetings related to behavioral/mental health. Participates on the Crisis Intervention Team. Coordinates relevant data collection and analysis efforts across agencies. Works on efforts across PHC to create policies and procedures for referring patients to appropriate interventions; Supports internal and community teams to develop and implement a formative and outcome evaluation plans. Performs administrative activities including correspondence with sponsoring institutions, event planning and data collection; attends meetings and planning groups as relevant and as assigned. Performs literature reviews, gathers and compiles a variety of materials and information; develops and disseminates materials in various formats including print and electronic. May help prepare grant applications related to behavioral/mental health. Performs other work as required or directed. Minimum Qualifications An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. EDUCATION: Requires a Bachelor's degree. Degrees best suited to this position include public health, community health, social work, sociology or related field. Master's degree or LCSW desired. EXPERIENCE: Requires six months experience providing case management or related services to patients or clients. Experience working in a health care setting and in community collaborations or coalitions desired. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Requires immunizations or proof of immunity to certain infectious diseases and a TB test. New employees will be asked to volunteer vaccination status for required vaccines upon hire and will be offered assistance during hiring to receive necessary immunizations. Employees who have not received the vaccines required for their positions or who are unwilling to voluntarily provide vaccination status for required vaccines will receive a reasonable accommodation where such accommodation does not require an undue hardship or endanger the health or safely of any person. Physical/Environmental Demands Works primarily in an office setting. Requires occasional medium lifting up to 25 lbs (ex: audio visual equipment, written materials). The employee may risk exposure to communicable diseases. Weekend and evening work will be required with some regularity. Requires attendance at meetings which may require travel.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Nov 24, 2021
Full Time
Definition Priority Application Date: Wednesday, December 8, 2021 by 5:00 PM (Mountain Time) Complete applications received by the 'Priority Application Date' will be guaranteed consideration. The position will remain open until filled. TO APPLY: Please attach a Cover Letter and Resume to your completed application. Performs advanced level administrative support duties for programs within Partnership Health Center (PHC) to relieve department professionals and managers of important detail work. Representative Examples of Work Provides administrative support for one or more major health programs; performs data entry requiring specialized programmatic knowledge; maintains logs; manages data; maintains electronic and hard copy files. Answers inquiries from the public about a wide variety of program issues and County or departmental policies, rules and regulations. Assists in the dissemination of information necessary to implement programs and County or departmental policies. Performs complex administrative support work requiring the exercise of independent judgment. Takes meeting notes and prepares minutes. Composes and prepares correspondence. Creates reports and forms. Obtains information to complete detailed forms and applications. Assists in obtaining and compiling information and data for use in special reports; uses software to maintain department web pages; conducts research on assigned subjects; uses database applications to run reports and create graphs or charts for reports; may use desk top publishing to create brochures; newsletters or other publications. Prepares, establishes and maintains accurate, complex schedules for providers and clinic facilities using eClinicalWorks; maintains lists for provider on-call coverage. Participates in quality assurance and quality improvement activities. Maintains logs; manages peer review and qualification data. Performs administrative and support tasks including: reception of callers and visitors; scheduling appointments and special events; preparing schedules, disseminating mail and other information; maintaining files; preparing payroll forms; receiving payments by credit card, check and cash; balancing receipts to daily reports; and invoicing. May train and orient new employees. Performs related work as required or directed. Minimum Qualifications An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. EDUCATION : Requires high school graduation or GED equivalent. EXPERIENCE : Requires three years of increasingly responsible administrative support work which included working with the general public, and performing word-processing and data entry. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : Requires immunizations or proof of immunity to certain infectious diseases and a TB test. New employees will be asked to volunteer vaccination status for required vaccines upon hire and will be offered assistance during hiring to receive necessary immunizations. Employees who have not received the vaccines required for their positions or who are unwilling to voluntarily provide vaccination status for required vaccines will receive a reasonable accommodation where such accommodation does not require an undue hardship or endanger the health or safely of any person. Physical/Environmental Demands The work is commonly performed in an office setting with a considerable amount of time using a computer. May require occasional light lifting (up to 20 lbs.). The employee may risk exposure to communicable diseases.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Nov 24, 2021
Full Time
Definition Priority Application Date: Wednesday, December 15, 2021 by 5:00 PM (Mountain Time) Complete applications received by the 'Priority Application Date' will be guaranteed consideration. The position will remain open until filled. Rate of pay depends on experience . TO APPLY: Please attach the following documents to your completed online application: Cover Letter, Resume and College Transcripts (If Applicable - Unofficial Accepted). Performs professional and technical work in the Information Systems Division of the Partnership Health Center (PHC) Department. Provides expertise in information technology, including software, hardware, and infrastructure, and supervises staff. Representative Examples of Work Manages a staff of professional and technical personnel involved in network design, infrastructure, PC hardware and software support. Provides supervision, professional guidance, and development for the PHC Information Services staff. Supervises professional and technical employees including hiring, employee development and training, scheduling, performance management, evaluation and discipline of employees. Assists in directing the overall information systems technology for the PHC, providing leadership and direction for all PHC departments in information systems. Assists in developing and administering comprehensive policies and programs for information services. Assists in managing the infrastructure necessary to provide information systems solutions for PHC and the public. Assists in the development, implementation and administration of a comprehensive information systems plan including evaluating system needs for internal departments and external agencies that need access to PHC's data, capacity planning, cyber security, evaluating new systems, hardware and software. Serves as the technical expert on a variety of computer system issues. Provides consultation and guidance to department heads, supervisors and employees and meets with all departments to find cost effective solutions to their business problems. Assists in the establishment and maintenance of PHC information technology standards, policies and procedures. Reviews policies, procedures and actions of departments for compliance with applicable laws, rules and policies relating to business practices that are done on automated systems. Assists in the development of Information Services division budget and Capital Improvement Plan budget for information technology. Oversees and manages expenditures to meet strategic goals. Represents PHC at conferences and policy setting meetings. Serves on various committees and teams in and for PHC. Attends meetings on behalf of the department or in place of the Director of Infrastructure as required. Serves as Project Coordinator for projects that involve the Information Technology Division. This includes project coordination including communication and schedule management, coordinating meeting, materials, and assisting project team members. Performs related work as required. Minimum Qualifications An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree required. Degrees best suited to this position are computer science and business administration with computer emphases. EXPERIENCE: Requires three years of progressively responsible experience in information systems management and employee supervision. Microsoft, Cyber Security, or Networking certifications desired. Special Requirements: Must be able to pass a criminal background check. Requires immunizations or proof of immunity to certain infectious diseases and a TB test. New employees will be asked to volunteer vaccination status for required vaccines upon hire and will be offered assistance during hiring to receive necessary immunizations. Employees who have not received the vaccines required for their positions or who are unwilling to voluntarily provide vaccination status for required vaccines will receive a reasonable accommodation where such accommodation does not require an undue hardship or endanger the health or safely of any person. Physical/Environmental Demands Work is primarily performed in an office or meeting room setting. Requires attendance at off-site meetings. May require lifting and carrying computer equipment using carts or people assists (50#). Requires travel to all PHC office locations. The work is performed in a medical office setting and may expose the employee to communicable diseases.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Nov 17, 2021
Definition TO APPLY: Please complete all sections of the online application, even if a resume is submitted/requested. Please include with your completed application the following attachments: a letter of interest, and a resume. Incomplete applications will be disqualified. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources. Provides lactation information, counseling and encouragement to pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers in the Women, Infant and Children (WIC) Program in the Nutrition Unit of the Health Services Division of the Missoula City-County Health Department. Representative Examples of Work Counsels pregnant and breastfeeding mothers on managing common breastfeeding problems and yields appropriately, by telephone or in the WIC clinic at scheduled intervals determined by the local WIC program. Teaches infant feeding classes to WIC participants using Loving Support Curriculum including information on the benefits of breastfeeding, overcoming common barriers, getting a good start with breastfeeding, hunger cues, hand expression, bottle feeding, and safe mixing of formula. Handles a caseload of WIC clients and makes routine periodic telephone contacts with all clients assigned. Accepts referrals of mothers requiring follow up care for lactation counseling. Keeps accurate records of all contacts made and advice given to WIC clients. Maintains strict confidentiality. Assesses and evaluates common maternal and infant breastfeeding problems that may occur, following detailed procedures and professional certification (CLC) training. Refers mothers, according to clinic-established protocols, to the WIC breastfeeding coordinator; to public health home visiting certified lactation counselors or the mother's physician. Issues breast pumps following agency protocols for mothers who are separated from their babies or who are experiencing breastfeeding problems, making appropriate referrals when more complex problems occur. Maintains an inventory of breast pumps. Maintains Breastfeeding Peer Counselor program database. Manages new baby referral system for WIC program, evaluating each referral and assigning to a staff category. Responsible for receiving, sorting and routing referrals to the appropriate team member. Responsible for data collection, tracking, and generating reports. Maintains current knowledge on this subject; reads assigned books and materials on breastfeeding provided by the supervisor; attends on-going training, staff meetings and breastfeeding conferences/workshops as assigned. Provides training and assistance to new peer counselors. May assist WIC staff in promoting breastfeeding peer counseling through special projects and duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications High School diploma or GED is required. Must complete Lactation Counselor Certification (professional 40 hour course) within 6 months of employment. Requires one year of experience working with general public. Requires experience in breastfeeding one or more children; preferably for six months or more within the past ten years. Must be currently enrolled in the WIC program or have history of such enrollment. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : New employees will be asked to volunteer vaccination status for required vaccines upon hire and will be offered assistance during hiring to receive necessary immunizations. Employees who have not received the vaccines required for their positions or who are unwilling to voluntarily provide vaccination status for required vaccines will receive a reasonable accommodation where such accommodation does not require an undue hardship or endanger the health or safety of any person. Physical/Environmental Demands Works primarily in an office type setting. Work is performed in a high activity and often noisy work environment. Requires evening and weekend work to be available to new mothers as part of the normal work schedule; requires long conversation time on the phone and frequent communication via text message; requires the ability to travel to frequent in-town and occasional out-of-town events; requires occasional lifting, up to 25# (ex: audio visual equipment, written materials.) May risk recurring exposure to communicable diseases.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Nov 17, 2021
Full Time
Definition TO APPLY : Please complete all sections of the online application, even if a resume is submitted/requested. Please include with your completed application the following attachments: College transcripts (unofficial are accepted), documentation of licensure as a Professional Engineer or Engineering Intern, and a Resume. Incomplete applications will be disqualified. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources. Provides technical expertise and performs engineering duties for the Public Works Department related to bridges, culverts, levees, storm water discharge and management, subdivision review, construction plan review, permit review and approval, and other general civil engineering work. Representative Examples of Work Performs field inspections of county-maintained bridges and culverts in conformance with federal inspection standards. Identifies deficiencies; makes recommendations on maintenance, rehabilitation, replacement, or closure. Maintains records and files of inspections, maintenance, and repairs for all county-maintained structures. Provides bridge related information to other departments, agencies, and the public when requested. Assists with the design of plans for bridge repair and with on-site pre-design work for bridge construction. Prepares cost estimates for repairs or construction. Provides oversight and technical direction for maintenance, repair, and construction work. Accepts or rejects field changes during construction. Inspects completed bridge repair and construction for compliance with plans and specifications. Performs inspections on county-maintained levees and makes recommendations on maintenance needs. Completes any necessary reporting for the levees. Coordinates with Public Works team, County Flood Plain Administrator, and the Army Corps of Engineers regarding maintenance and reporting on the levees. Provides assistance to the Army Corps while conducting levee inspection. Acts as a lead person while coordinating with other county departments to implement a federally mandated Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) program. Performs storm water inspections on county facilities, outfalls, and construction sites to prevent the pollution of waterways. Responsible for annual reporting to the Department of Environmental Quality on behalf of the County and responds to audits as required. Reviews and approves approach and land use permits. Reviews site plans, grading plans, and storm water reports for new development. Inspects active construction sites and completed projects for final approval and compliance with approved plans and the County Public Works manual. Prepares environmentally sensitive permit applications for the Public Works Department for approval from other State and Federal agencies. Attends meetings for Public Works engineering concerns as needed. Assists with subdivision review for engineering concerns. Performs other general civil engineering work as required or directed. Minimum Qualifications Bachelor's Degree in civil engineering is required. Requires three years of experience in civil engineering or in the civil construction trades. Experience with construction plan development, construction oversight, and inspection desired. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : Requires a valid Montana Driver's license. Requires licensure as a Professional Engineer or Engineering Intern. Requires FHWA Bridge Inspector Certification and Level II SWPPP Administrator Certification or ability to obtain these certifications within one year of hire. Physical/Environmental Demands Approximately 50% of the work time involves sitting, working at a computer terminal. Work requires attendance at meetings or conferences and may require travel out of town. Approximately 50% of the work time involves trips into the field. Field work requires standing, walking on uneven surfaces; climbing under bridges, up ladders and down into manholes or other confined spaces; may require work lying on your back; frequent bending, stooping, kneeling and crawling; and regular lifting and carrying in the medium range (up to 50#) and occasional lifting of greater than 50 lbs. Work requires use of hand tools (hammers, shovels, pick axes) requiring considerable physical exertion. Requires periods of work in extreme weather conditions and under bridges, near fast moving water, on slick rocks.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Nov 16, 2021
Full Time
Definition TO APPLY : Please complete all sections of the online application, even if a resume is submitted. Please include with a complete application the following attachments: The results of a Montana Job Service E-Skills typing test. Please call Julissa Hensel at 406-218-7480, or Laurie Dunagan at 406-728-7060 and they will e-mail you the link to the test. Please attach a printed version of your test results that shows your wpm (words per minute score). Typing tests from other agencies/companies will not be accepted. Links to typing test results will not be accepted. Incomplete applications may be disqualified. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources. Performs a variety of complex clerical duties in the Treasurer's Office involving motor vehicle registration and titling and county tax payments. Representative Examples of Work Receives payment by cash, checks, and credit cards to process tax payments in the county computer system. Issues receipts and maintains copies for balancing. Collects delinquent tax payments. Processes deposits for various agencies (101s). Records and processes charged back checks from the bank. Works with the Operations Supervisor for collection of funds. Handles large amounts of cash and receipts, balances cash drawer daily against the state and county computer systems. Balances checks, cash, and credit cards to daily reports; makes calculations and tabulates data; sorts and files registration receipts. Receives and reviews applications for new titles and transfers as directed by state laws and procedures. Researches out-of-state and foreign laws to process titles in accordance with state law. Performs data entry of title information onto state system, including pre-entry of data from outside sources. Determines amount of fee and assesses penalties and interest on late title transfers and tax payments. Issues a variety of permits and licenses including single movement permits, motor vehicle plates and tabs, transient merchant/itinerant vendor licenses, temporary registration permits (TRPs), special mobiles, and raffle permits. Provides information to the public by phone, in person, and through written correspondence. Provides assistance to complete transactions and correct errors. Assists co-workers as requested or as needed in training new employees, solving problems, and adhering to county and state requirements. Sorts, date stamps and distributes department mail. Codes/sorts tax and motor vehicle mail transactions and prepares paperwork for processing. Maintains files of correspondence, forms, reports, and other materials. Minimum Qualifications Requires high school graduation or GED. Requires one year of experience working with the public. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : Requires successfully passing a criminal history background check. Physical/Environmental Demands The work requires little physical activity, but does require long periods of sitting and performing computer data entry. Requires the ability to maneuver in confined areas and frequent medium lifting (up to 30 lbs.).
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Nov 16, 2021
Full Time
Definition TO APPLY: Please attach the following documents to your completed online application: Cover Letter, Resume and College Transcripts (If Applicable - Unofficial Accepted). Performs advanced level administrative and planning work to manage physical space and information technology assets controlled by Partnership Health Center in accordance with Health Center goals, vision, and best practices. Relieves department managers and professional staff of important detail work. Representative Examples of Work Recommends policies and procedures governing space use and assignment. Develops and updates procedures for space requests. Evaluates requests and submits completed requests to leadership with attached recommendations (approve, disapprove, may need more information). Gathers information requested by leadership prior to any decision. Maintains record of all space controlled by Partnership Health Center, along with current department and individual space assignments, in coordination with Maintenance and others. Tracks space based on a number of considerations and develops recommendations to best utilize existing resources. Works with other PHC departments to develop and coordinate space utilization plans, including allocations of any new space that may be acquired. Provides recommendations as requested to PHC committees and leadership regarding space considerations. Works with outside entities as required. Coordinates activities of PHC's space management committee, to include scheduling meetings and tracking incoming requests and progress of those requests. Provides updates and communication to all parties involved in any space moves. Works with Maintenance and IT to coordinate physical moves. Partners with the PHC Program Expansion Manager to determine functional space needs for new expansions or additional service lines. Assists with planning and coordination of any moves involving existing personnel into new space, to include how vacated space will be used by other departments. This includes working with external vendors for planning, contracting, and other activities. As part of Infrastructure, works with IT Security Team to develop and review cyber event response protocols. Documents policies, updates policies as required, and verifies execution of checks and tests required by those policies. Compiles and forwards a report to the Director of Infrastructure as directed regarding status of IT Security Team. Schedules, organizes and documents meetings, and trainings/exercises related to Infrastructure and IT Security generally, both for the IT Department and other PHC employees. Conducts follow-up activity as required or directed. May also plan and execute exercises relating to IT response capabilities. Serves in a general administrative support capacity for the Director of Infrastructure. Processes and adds new employees to security training platforms and other external systems. May make travel, conference and training arrangements for staff. Performs related work as required or directed. Minimum Qualifications An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. EDUCATION: Associates degree required. Degrees best suited to this position are office administration, communications. EXPERIENCE: Requires two years of administrative support experience in an office setting. Requires one year of experience working with the public. Requires one year of experience working with the public. Experience using Excel spreadsheets desired. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : Requires immunizations or proof of immunity to certain infectious diseases and a TB test. New employees will be asked to volunteer vaccination status for required vaccines upon hire and will be offered assistance during hiring to receive necessary immunizations. Employees who have not received the vaccines required for their positions or who are unwilling to voluntarily provide vaccination status for required vaccines will receive a reasonable accommodation where such accommodation does not require an undue hardship or endanger the health or safely of any person. Physical/Environmental Demands The work is commonly performed in an office setting with a considerable amount of time using a computer keyboard. The work is performed in a medical office setting and may expose the employee to communicable diseases. Requires frequent light lifting, up to 20#, and occasional lifting up to 50#.