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Issue Date March 29, 2002


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STATEWIDE AUDIOLOGIST CONSULTANT MADISON, WI

The Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services seeks an Audiologist. Duties: 
provide statewide consultation including technical assistance, education and training, 
standards review and statewide planning to medical professionals and others regarding 
audiological practices and services; provide leadership to ensure that all infants will be 
screened for hearing loss and establish a mechanism for a statewide system of care 
including referral to audiology services, early intervention services and data tracking and 
surveillance; and working with a multidisciplinary team, provide education to providers, 
parents and others to gain a better understanding of how hearing loss occurs in both 
newborns and children for prevention, early intervention, treatment, and necessary 
services. Overall, the activities are targeted at managing 2 grants and institutionalizing an 
early hearing detection and intervention program. These programs will provide ongoing 
statewide data surveillance with an emphasis on infants less than 6 months of age. 
REQUIRES: extensive knowledge of current clinical concepts, practices, techniques 
regarding audiology standards of care in diagnosis and treatment interventions (habilitation 
and rehabilitation options) for diversified populations with an emphasis on children less 
than 6 months of age; experience working with parents of children with hearing loss to 
ensure a continuum of quality of care within multiple health care settings and systems; 
knowledge of federal and state statutes, and administrative code pertaining to 
implementation of the Universal Newborn Screening Program; ability to incorporate 
medical knowledge and experience into the development of policies, standards, guidelines 
and practices; extensive knowledge of IDEA Parts C and B and their applications to 
children with hearing loss; effective verbal, writing, interpersonal communication skills and 
computer proficiency; and licensed, or be eligible for licensure, in the State of Wisconsin 
as an Audiologist. Starting salary is $45,587 per year, plus excellent fringe benefits. 
Send an Application for State Employment form (DER-MRS-38), a current resume and a 
cover letter (limited to 3 pages describing your background, including where you received 
your work experience; your role, responsibilities, and length or duration of experience 
related to: 1) providing audiology services and clinical audiology experience to newborns 
and children, and screening newborns for hearing; 2) establishing collaborative 
relationships with the medical community and other healthcare providers such as state 
agencies and community organizations regarding audiology standards of practice for infant 
hearing screening and services; 3) statewide leadership in developing and implementing a 
Universal Newborn Hearing Screening program and an Early Hearing Detection and 
Intervention data tracking and surveillance system including integration of the system with 
other newborn screening programs) to: Robin Soileau, DHFS/BPER, Room 555, 1 West 
Wilson Street, PO Box 7850, Madison, WI 53707-7850; or e-mail: 
[email protected] Deadline: April 12, 2002. Reference Job Announcement Code: 
08043. 
****************************** SPEECH & LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST - SENIOR MADISON, WI

The Department of Health and Family Services (DHFS); Division of Care and Treatment 
Facilities (DCTF) Mendota Mental Health Institute, seeks a Speech and Language 
Pathologist. Duties: design and implement speech and language assessment and 
remediation programs for children, adolescents, adults, geriatric and forensic patients with 
a wide range of communication problems; participate in multi-disciplinary planning; 
provide maintenance of records; provide maintenance and selection of speech and 
language tests, equipment and supplies; and supervise speech and language students. 
REQUIRES: knowledge of expressive and receptive language learning problems of the 
learning impaired, voice disorders, articulation disorders, phonological disorders, acquired 
communication disabilities resulting from head trauma, dysphagia, apraxia, aphasia, 
fluency, cerebral palsy, cleft palate, other structural anomalies and sensory impairment; 
knowledge of audiometric screening; experience with communication disorders exhibited 
by a wide range of psychiatric disorders such as autism, pervasive developmental 
disorders, attention deficit disorders, psychosis, schizophrenia, manic-depression, organic 
brain syndrome and Tourette's; and Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) in speech 
and language pathology as defined by the American Speech, Language and Hearing 
Association and Licensed or eligible for licensure by the Wisconsin Department of 
Regulation and Licensing as a Speech and Language Pathologist. Note: Due to the nature 
of the position, all applicants who may be appointed to this position will be required to 
allow the Department of Health and Family Services to conduct a background check to 
determine whether the circumstances of any conviction may be related to the job being 
filled. Starting pay is $22,793 per year for 50% vacancy plus eligible for excellent fringe 
benefits. Send an Application for State Employment form (DER-MRS-38), current 
resume, copy of your CCC in speech/language pathology and a copy of your Wisconsin 
License or eligibility for a Wisconsin License as a Speech/Language Pathologist to: 
Barbara O'Mara; DHFS Bureau of Personnel & Employment Relations; One West Wilson 
Street, Room 555; PO Box 7850; Madison, WI 53707-7850;or email: 
[email protected] Reference Job Announcement Code: 07836. 
****************************** VISION REHABILITATION SPECIALIST MINOT, ND

The North Central Human Service Center seeks a Vision Rehabilitation Specialist. Duties: 
responsible for evaluating client needs and eligibility for services, as well as the acquisition 
and review of relevant information used to counsel clients regarding training, employment, 
or independent living potential; and develop action steps in a plan leading to specific 
vocational and/or independent living goals. REQUIRES: Bachelor's degree in 
rehabilitation teaching, special education, vocational rehabilitation, social work or 
occupational therapy with completion of vision rehabilitation/visual special education 
course work and one year of experience providing services to the visually impaired; OR a 
Master's degree in rehabilitation teaching, orientation/mobility, special education, social 
work or vocational rehabilitation with an emphasis on vision rehabilitation. Prefers: 
rehabilitation teacher, orientation/mobility specialist, low vision therapist or vision teacher 
certification or licensure.(college transcript required with application). Salary Range: 
$2318 - $3863 monthly. Submit a DHS Employment Application (SFN 1260) to: Job 
Service ND, PO Box 1727, 3416 N Broadway, Minot, ND 58702-1727; phone: 701-857-
7500 or 800-482-0017; or TTY: 800-366-6888. Reference Position Number: 325-61-47-
0438. For More Information Contact: Larry Lane; phone: 701-857-8652; or 888-470-
6968 (ND only). 
****************************** PSYCHOLOGY SPECIALIST GLENDIVE, MT

The Division of Public Health and Human Services seeks a Psychology Specialist for the 
Disability Services Division, Eastmont Human Services Center. This position is at a 55 
bed Intermediate Care Facility for the Mentally Retarded (ICF/MR) which is licensed by 
Medicaid. Eastmont Human Services Center is a smoke free facility. Duties: responsible 
for assessing, diagnosing, and making treatment recommendations for persons with mental 
retardation, developmental disabilities, neuropsychiatric and genetic syndromes, and 
mental illness; serve as a member of the Interdisciplinary Treatment Team providing 
information, advice, and recommendations governing the use of behavioral procedures; 
complete psychological evaluations and formulate psychodiagnostic reports for 
consideration in determining appropriate interventions; identify and target specific 
behavior management needs of individual clients for appropriate skill building and 
deceleration; complete behavioral assessments and functional analyses of clients' daily 
living environment and activities; write measurable and observable goals, objectives, and 
programming procedures; prepare program information, including use of psychoactive 
medications, to provide the ITP Team and other professionals for review; and construct, 
write, schedule, implement, observe, model and evaluate Behavior Intervention Programs. 
REQUIRES: good working knowledge of the developmental sequence and behavior 
analysis of the following: the principles and practice in the care, treatment, and training of 
persons with developmental disabilities; of the professional literature/research information 
and training techniques as they relate to the training of persons with developmental 
disabilities; of positive social/behavior skill competency building procedures and 
procedures for the decrease of inappropriate behaviors; of the ethical standards and laws 
related to developing and implementing training and deceleration programs; and 
knowledge of theories and practices of psychodiagnostic testing, especially as applied to a 
developmentally disabled population. Skills in the training of persons with developmental 
disabilities; skills and demonstrated competency in developing effective, positive 
programming procedures; skills in the training of other employees; personal computer 
skills; knowledge, skills, and abilities typically acquired through a combination of 
education and experience equivalent to a Master's Degree or PhD in Psychology, 
Neuropsychology, or Clinical Psychology, and one year experience working with persons 
with developmental disabilities; and course work or training in psychological testing and 
evaluation, interpretation, and report writing. Salary: $30,063. - $43,083. Closing Date: 
04/03/2002. Send completed State of Montana Employment Application Form (PD-25, 
Rev. 9/98 or later), curriculum vitae, copy of transcripts, and sample of evaluation to: 
Local Montana Job Service Center; OR State Agency: Eastmont Human Services Center, 
700 East Little St., Glendive, MT 59330; Phone: (406) 365-6001 x10; Fax: (406) 365-
8647; or email: [email protected] Reference Position Number: 52095. 
****************************** MONTANA CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY CENTER

The Montana Chemical Dependency Center seeks candidates for the following positions. 
Send State of Montana Employment Application (PD-25, Rev. 9/98 or later), copy of 
transcripts for any course work at a college or technical school and resume to: either your 
Local Montana Job Service Center - OR -Montana Chemical Dependency Center, 2500 
Continental Dr., Butte, MT 59701; phone: (406) 496-5413; Fax: (406) 496-5431.
SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR BUTTE, MT

Duties: perform professional work in the counseling and treatment of persons who are 
suffering from chemical dependency; assess therapy needs of the chemically dependent 
client and conduct individual and group therapy within a structured treatment program; 
develop individualized treatment plans for dealing with a wide range of problems; refer 
clients to a variety of continued care services in the community; responsible for 
approximately 8 clients and functions as a team member working with a co-facilitator; 
maintain appropriate records; and participate in training new staff members. REQUIRES: 
certified in the State of Montana as a Certified Chemical Dependency Counselor, or have 
had the training to be certified; Bachelor's degree in alcohol and drug studies, psychology, 
sociology, social work, counseling, or related field from an accredited college or 
university; OR Associate's degree in alcohol and drug studies, chemical dependency, or 
substance abuse; OR graduate from a formalized training program in chemical dependency 
counseling; considerable knowledge of the practices, methodology and modalities of 
chemical dependency counseling, as well as working knowledge of multi dimensional 
client placement criteria; knowledge of 12 step programs, cognitive and behavioral 
approaches related to chemical dependency and have knowledge of community based 
services; ability to function as a treatment team member, supporting program philosophy 
and goals; ability to develop individualized treatment plans to deal with each clients 
individual needs; ability to develop and participate in structured individual and group 
treatment modalities, to deal effectively with crisis situations, to give public presentations, 
to establish and maintain effective working relationships with fellow employees, or other 
agencies and the public; able to communicate effectively orally and in writing; special skills 
in crisis intervention; logical thinking, a positive attitude and an ability to work with a self 
directed interdisciplinary team. Salary: $13.20 - 16.02 per hour. Closing Date: 
04/05/2002. Reference Position Number: 42299. 
TREATMENT SPECIALIST BUTTE, MT

Must be available to work all shifts, including nights and weekends. Duties: carry out 
general nursing and client monitoring activities upon admission, detoxification and 
treatment services; facilitate client orientation; apply interpersonal skills in communicating 
program expectation for the best possible treatment outcome; carry out broad range of 
activities in the delivery of chemical dependency treatment; and assist in maintaining a 
safe, clean environment that promotes a healthy, positive image by participating in unit 
inspections, housekeeping and facility security. REQUIRES: one year experience in 
chemical dependency; knowledge of principles, practices, and methods of chemical 
dependency detoxification and treatment, or the desire to learn such principles and 
practices; basic medical, psychological and behavioral crisis intervention; legal mandates 
related to court orders and commitments, state standards related to the delivery of 
residential treatment; use of Microsoft Word; excellent verbal and written communications 
skills; skills to provide support and direction to clients in crisis in a calm and direct 
manner.; ability to deal with highly emotional individuals and situations; and ability to 
maintain objective attitude toward clients. Salary: $8.51 per hour. Closing Date: 
04/05/2002. Reference Position Number: 42290. 
****************************** ALLEGHENY COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA HEALTH DEPARTMENT

The Allegheny County Health Department seeks candidates for the following positions. 
Submit application to: Office of Human Resource Management, 3333 Forbes Avenue, 
Room 415, Pittsburgh, PA 15213. (your official college transcripts must be submitted 
directly from the college or university for verification of coursework or degree. 
EPIDEMIOLOGIST MANAGER

This is advanced professional administrative and scientific work in the field of public 
health epidemiology. The work in this class is distinguished from Epidemiologist I by the 
more complex nature of the work and the greater degree of initiative and independent 
judgment. Duties: perform field and in-house work in the area of epidemiology to assist in 
the control and prevention of disease; head an epidemiologic task force comprised of 
public health personnel from several specialized disciplines; supervise investigations of 
acute and chronic epidemics throughout the county and involves identifying etiologies as 
well as determining means of prevention or control; and develop evaluative techniques to 
assess the delivery of public health services, providing epidemiologic consulting services 
to other departmental personnel, establishing working relationships with health 
professionals in the community, and conducting projects to define levels of morbidity and 
mortality in the population, identifying causes of disease and developing new or improved 
measures of prevention and control. REQUIRES: possession of a M.D., D.O., D.V.M., 
D.D.S., D.M.D., OR Dr.Ph., Ph.D., in biology or related field and a Masters Degree with 
a major in epidemiology; OR Dr.Ph., Ph.D. in epidemiology and 3 years of professional 
experience in the investigation of disease outbreaks or clusters, designing and conducting 
epidemiologic studies, or designing and managing a disease surveillance system; OR one 
year of professional experience in the investigation of disease outbreaks or clusters, 
designing and conducting epidemiologic studies, or designing and managing a disease 
surveillance system and completion of a post-doctoral, residency program of at least two 
years duration with emphasis in epidemiology, i.e., Epidemic Intelligence Officer Program, 
Preventative Medicine residency, residency in Hospital Epidemiology and/or Infectious 
Diseases, or other comparable program; knowledge of the principles and practices of the 
science of epidemiology; knowledge of the public health methods and procedures used in 
the prevention and control of disease; knowledge of the principles and practices of the 
science of biostatistics; knowledge of the functions and resources of Federal, State and 
Local agencies in the field of public health; skill in the use of computers; ability to 
communicate effectively, orally and in writing; and ability to compile and analyze 
epidemiologic data and prepare reports. Salary: Annual Maximum: $66,950.04. 
Reference Announcement No. 02-028. 
PUBLIC HEALTH EDUCATOR II

Duties: responsible for planning, organizing and implementing a generalized program of 
public health education in the Department; assist in the development and implementation 
of the health program by applying health education principles and techniques to meet the 
public health needs of the Department; and participate in program and policy discussions 
and consultation with other administrators on program planning and establishment of 
standards. REQUIRES: Bachelor's degree from an accredited four year college or 
university with major coursework in communication, public or community health, 
education, journalism, or related fields and 3 years experience in public health education; 
OR Master's degree in Public Health or a Master's of Arts Degree in Sociology, 
Community Organization, Education, or a related field and 2 years experience in public 
health education AND 2 years experience in public health education; knowledge of the 
principles of public health and public health education; knowledge of the nature and 
functions of community agencies interested in and contributing to public health; 
knowledge of the facilities, media, methods and techniques of disseminating health 
education information to the public; ability to use initiative, creativity and resourcefulness 
in gathering data and preparing articles, copy, releases, reports and speeches on public 
health topics; ability to present ideas effectively, concisely and accurately, both orally and 
in writing; and ability to interpret public health subjects to community groups and 
individuals. Salary range (Annual): $29,355 - $36,050. Reference Announcement No. 
02-029. 
PUBLIC HEALTH NUTRITION ADMINISTRATOR I

Duties: responsible for planning, implementing, and coordinating a program of public 
health nutrition; provide consultation to health care professionals in relation to the 
nutritional aspects of public health programs; supervise public health nutritionists, 
paraprofessionals and clerical staff; and develop staff, management of work assignments, 
and the maintenance of standards of quality and adherence to policies and procedures. 
REQUIRES: Bachelor's Degree from a college or university (accredited by the American 
Dietetic Association) in Public Health Nutrition, Community Nutrition, Clinical Nutrition, 
Dietetics, or Nutritional Sciences, including coursework in basic nutrition, diet therapy, 
physiology, microbiology, chemistry and biochemistry; AND 4 years experience as a 
Nutritionist in a health agency or as a clinical, teaching or administrative dietitian, 
including one year of supervisory or administrative experience (American Dietetic 
Association Registration or a Master's Degree may each be substituted for one year of 
non-supervisory experience); knowledge of current developments in the field of nutrition; 
knowledge of human relations and of principles of supervision, administration, 
management, and labor relations; knowledge of health care ethics and confidentiality of 
information; knowledge of orientation and training methods; ability to assess staff for their 
needs in training and development; ability to delegate work based on program needs; 
ability to communicate orally and in writing; ability to participate in research in a public 
health program; ability to coordinate work within the Health Department and with other 
public and private agencies; and ability to establish and maintain a productive working 
relationship with Department staff and with other public and private agencies. Salary 
range (annual): $30,785.16 - $42,642.00. Reference Announcement No. 02-030. 
****************************** CHESTER COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA

The Chester County Health Department seeks candidates for the following positions. 
Submit a State Application form or resume with salary requirements to: County of 
Chester, Attn: Human Resources Government Services Center, 601 Westtown Road, 
Suite 140, PO Box 2747, West Chester, PA 19380; Phone: 610-344-6280; fax: 610-344-
4400; or email: [email protected] All e-mail attachments should be in plain text (ASCII) 
format. 
PUBLIC HEALTH EDUCATOR I WEST CHESTER, PA

Duties: responsible for providing public health education services and programs to 
residents of Chester County in order to increase awareness of environmental health issues 
and promote wellness. REQUIRES: graduation from a 4 year college or university with 
major course work in natural sciences, social sciences, or education; and one year of 
public health experience. Salary range: $30K - $44,900. 
AGING CARE MANAGER II WEST CHESTER, PA

Duties: responsible for providing assessment, care planning, service coordination, and 
ongoing care management for individuals who are eligible clients of the Chester County 
Department of Aging Services. The primary client focus for this position is on individuals 
who are either (a) Chester County residents age 60 or older with complex and multiple 
needs, or (b) individuals assessed as medically eligible for nursing home care but able to 
remain in a community setting. REQUIRES: meet established Civil Service regulations. 
Salary range: $27,700 - $41,500. 
HEALTHCHOICES COORDINATOR (2 positions) WEST CHESTER & NORRISTOWN, PA

There are two HealthChoices Coordinators, one for Chester County and one for 
Montgomery County, each located in the County's mental health or drug and alcohol 
departments. Duties: gain a close working knowledge of the county's mental health and 
addictions treatment system and the HealthChoices requirements and the workings of the 
managed care subcontractor (MCO); coordinate HealthChoices initiatives specific to 
consumer programming for that county; triage complaints and grievances to the MCO; 
provide HealthChoices programmatic (not clinical) consultation for other county 
departments; work closely with Magellan on treatment systems development; and serve as 
"point" for one or more HealthChoices functional areas. The person will have a dual 
reporting and working relationship with the respective county MH and D&A offices as 
well as the counties' managed behavioral healthcare office, located within the Chester 
County Department of Human Services. REQUIRES: Master's degree in social work or 
related field; 5 years experience in public mental health or addictions treatment (4 of the 5 
years must have been at the supervisory or managerial level); OR Bachelor's degree in 
related field and 7 years of experience in public mental health or addictions including 4 
years of supervisory or managerial experience. Applicants should indicate which 
office/county location is requested; Chester County (West Chester) or Montgomery 
County (Norristown). Salary range: $39,500 - $59,300.
****************************** MONTGOMERY CO, PA

The Montgomery County Department of Health seeks candidates for the following 
positions. Contact Montgomery County Human Resources Dept., One Montgomery 
Plaza, Swede & Airy Streets, Norristown, PA 19404; or phone: 610-278-3052. 
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SPECIALIST

Duties: carry out environmental inspections and investigations; issue corrective orders; 
provide educational services; conduct other related field and office based work required to 
protect public health; and may perform a variety of environmental work of varying 
difficulty and complexity, with assignments based on technical proficiency and experience, 
including, but not limited to, the following: conduct inspections of eating and drinking 
establishments, bathing places, public and private schools, colleges, recreational camps 
and campgrounds, child care centers, nursing homes and other adult centers, grocery 
stores and supermarkets, and other facilities; review permit applications and support 
material; prepare technical reports with recommendations; investigate and resolve insect 
and rodent complaints; conduct environmental portion of food- and water-borne illness 
investigations; conduct sampling of food, water and other materials; investigate citizen's 
complaints regarding alleged environmental hazards and nuisances; and conduct 
environmental investigations related to children and families with elevated blood levels. 
REQUIRES: Bachelor's degree in a related subject area; plus 2 years of post-graduate, 
relevant experience in the provision of environmental field services or other closely related 
work including specific training in technical areas related to the provision of mandated 
environmental field services; and reliable means of transportation. Salary range: $28,290 
- 31,119. 
DISEASE INTERVENTION SPECIALIST

Duties: investigate reports received by mail, fax, phone, email or other means from 
reporting sources on notifiable diseases and unusual events, including possible disease 
outbreaks and health threats to County residents; obtain complete information on 
notifiable diseases and unusual events, enter data in a dedicated database, analyze reported 
cases at regular intervals and compose epidemiological reports on diseases occurrence, 
trends and risk factors; inform and counsel patients, family members, close contacts, 
partners about communicable diseases, follow-up measures and their prevention; 
encourage completeness of treatment and the reduction of risk behavior; locate and direct 
patients and their contacts to health care and social services; conduct contact tracing and 
partner notification for sexually transmitted diseases, HIV/AIDS and hepatitis; develop 
and implement community education and outreach programs related to infectious diseases 
for high risk groups, community groups and the public; and assist in improving disease 
report forms and procedures as part of communicable disease surveillance of the Division 
of Communicable Disease Control and Prevention. REQUIRES: Bachelor's degree with 
emphasis on public health, biological sciences, health education, or related field plus 2 
years of relevant experience; good communication and writing skills; able to work with the 
public and with health care providers; and reliable means of transportation. Salary range: 
$28,290 - 31,119. 
ADULT NURSE PRACTITIONER (Part-time)

Duties: provide clinical nursing services in the department's Communicable Disease Clinics 
in the Community Health Centers; treat patients who present with symptoms consistent 
with sexually transmitted diseases or who present with the diagnosis of preventive, suspect 
or active tuberculosis; provide direction to public health nurses for the follow-up of those 
patients; follow all local, state, and federal guidelines as it relates to the appropriate 
therapy for tuberculosis or sexually transmitted diseases; perform an appropriate history 
and physical examination, including a pelvic exam and appropriate laboratory testing in 
order to diagnose sexually transmitted diseases; and work in Montgomery County Health 
Department evening clinics. REQUIRES: current Pennsylvania Nursing License; current 
Pennsylvania Certification as a Registered Adult Nurse Practitioner; 3 years experience as 
an Adult Nurse Practitioner; experience in diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted 
diseases and tuberculosis, together with knowledge of HIV/AIDS; and reliable means of 
transportation. Salary: $35.81 per hour. 
****************************** PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

The Pennsylvania Department of Health seeks candidates for the following positions. 
Apply through the website: www.pacareerlink.state.pa.us. 
DIRECTOR OF HEALTH EDUCATION & WELLNESS VILLANOVA, PA

Duties: provide leadership and direction for the health education and wellness programs 
for students; promote a campus environment which supports healthy lifestyle behaviors in 
areas such as alcohol and other drugs, HIV/AIDS, relationship issues, sexual assault, 
stress management and nutrition as well as other developmental concerns; develop and 
implement a comprehensive health education and wellness program; supervise all alcohol 
and drug education and counseling efforts; supervise professional and support staff; and 
provide training and support for peer educators on health and wellness issues. 
REQUIRES: Master's degree in public health, nursing, health education, or related field; 3 
years as a teacher, trainer or professional staff member in a higher education setting; 
strong organizational and supervisory skills as well as proven ability to work 
collaboratively with students, faculty and staff; excellent skills as a teacher or trainer of 
undergraduate students; and excellent verbal and written skills. Prefers: credentials as 
Certified Health Education Specialist or a Certified Addictions Counselor. Salary: $44K 
per year. Reference Job Order #WEB231247. 
HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS ADVOCATE GREENSBURG, PA

Duties: provide training and support to healthcare professionals on domestic violence and 
sexual assault issues; collaborate with healthcare systems to develop and implement 
domestic violence and sexual assault protocols; coordinate medical advocacy services in a 
healthcare setting;, and provide direct services, including crisis intervention and supportive 
counseling, to victims of domestic violence or sexual assault in a hospital setting. This is a 
non-exempt position. REQUIRES: Bachelor's degree; available to work flexible, non-
traditional hours, including some second and third shifts; knowledge of domestic violence 
and sexual assault issues and dynamics; excellent verbal and written and interpersonal 
skills; ability to travel within the county; and valid PA drivers license. Prefers: experience 
preferred in group development, group planning and public speaking. Reference Job Order 
#: WEB231026. 
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH REHAB SERVICES MANAGER CAMP HILL, PA

Duties: responsible for clinical reviews, service authorization, and care coordination for 
children and adolescents receiving Behavioral Health Rehab Services through the 
Commonwealth's Medical Assistance Program; and attend interagency meetings for 
service planning and coordination. REQUIRES: Master's degree in the Human Service 
Field and 3-5 years experience in child behavioral health; and bi-lingual in Spanish and 
English. IF YOU DO NOT SPEAK SPANISH DO NOT APPLY. Salary: $34K per 
year. Reference Job Order #: WEB229947. 
****************************** LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSES (2 positions) SUMMERVILLE, SC

The Disability and Special Needs Coastal Center seeks Licensed Practical Nurses for the 
2nd shift. REQUIRES: graduation from an accredited school of practical nursing; one year 
nursing experience; and licensed as a Practical Nurse by the SC Board of Nursing. Closing 
Date: 04/26/2002. Hiring Range: $19,272 - $25,394. For further information contact: 
Coastal Center, Human Resources, 9995 Miles Jamison Rd., Summerville, SC 29485; 
Phone: (803) 821-5806; or email (Microsoft Word Document attachment only): 
[email protected] Reference Position #: P000034859. 
****************************** REGISTERED NURSE I COLUMBIA, SC

The South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice seeks a registered Nurse I. Duties: 
provide nursing care to juveniles receiving services from the Department of Juvenile 
Justice in accordance with the SC Nurse practice act and department policies; administer 
and document all medications and treatments as ordered by a physician; maintain written 
documentation such as nurse's notes and sick call forms as well as monitoring and 
transcribing physicians' orders; assess the health of juveniles on sick call and formulate, 
implement and evaluate the plan of care in accordance with standing orders; assess the 
medical and health needs of juveniles and refer to the appropriate health care provider; 
provide education and serve as a resource to other disciplines regarding medical issues and 
collaborate with the multidisciplinary treatment team on the integration of nursing care 
into the master treatment plan; monitor the health care needs of juveniles with chronic 
health problems and those who have had surgery and coordinate needed services; and 
conduct periodic, routine health assessments of the juveniles. REQUIRES: graduation 
from an accredited school of nursing; unencumbered license as a registered nurse by the 
SC Board of Nursing with a Bachelor's degree, diploma or an associated degree with 2 
years experience in a clinical area (e.g.,pediatrics, medical-surgical or psychiatric nursing); 
considerable knowledge of the principles and practices of nursing and their relationship to 
the prevention of disease and injury; ability to establish and maintain satisfactory working 
relationships; ability to plan and organize work; ability to establish the confidence and 
cooperation of the juveniles receiving services; and valid SC driver's license. Hiring 
Range: $30,857 - $48,804. Submit a SC State Employment Application with DJJ 
attachment to: SCDJJ Recruiting, PO Box 21069, Columbia, SC 29221-1069; Phone: 
(803) 896-4732; Fax: (803) 896-4734; or email (as an attachment): 
[email protected] Reference Position #: P000134246. 
****************************** HUMANA

Humana, one of the nation's largest publicly traded health benefits companies, seeks 
candidates for the following positions. Apply to: Humana Inc., West Main Street, 
Louisville, KY 40202. Reference Req. number listed at the end of each advertisement. 
PROVIDER EDUCATION RELATIONS REP FORT LEE, VA

Duties: liaise with all providers (doctors, hospitals, ancilliary providers); and educate and 
support providers regarding CHAMPUS/TRICARE operations and issues. REQUIRES: 
degree or 2+ years experience in a medical environment. Prefers: experience in provider 
contracts or provider services. Reference Req #: 14Mar0221078 and Position #: KXR. 
HEALTH CARE FINDER HAMPTON, VA


Duties: assist TRICARE beneficiaries in receiving the highest quality specialty health care 
through management of the referral and authorization process; meet TRICARE guidelines 
from MTF and Civilian providers within the 30 day access to care standard as required by 
the contract; and ientify and direct beneficiaries to the most appropriate, cost effective 
medical care. REQUIRES: Registered Nurse, Physician Assistant, or M.D. with current in 
state license and 3 years varied clinical experience. Reference Req #: 11Feb0220801 and 
Position #: X29. 
HEALTH CARE FINDER SPECIALIST HAMPTON, VA

Duties: assist HCF's in ensuring TRICARE beneficiaries receive the highest quality 
specialty health care through management of the referral and authorization process; meet 
TRICARE guidelines of complexity requests of authorizations 90% within one working 
day and 100% within 5 working days as required by the contract; identify and direct 
beneficiaries to the most appropriate, cost effective medical care; and process requests for 
authorization according to HCF standards of excellence. REQUIRES: LPN, Medical 
Assistant or Medical Office Management and 3 years of varied medical or office 
experience. Prefers: military health care service experience or working knowledge of 
TRICARE entitlement program. Reference Req #: 14Mar0221075 and Position #: MJP.  
****************************** DIVISION OF IMMIGRATION HEALTH SERVICES

The Division of Immigration Health Services seeks candidates for the following positions. 
Contact Person: CDR Gilbert Rose, Human Resource Manager or LT John David, 
Recruitment/Retention Officer; Phone: 877-353-9834; Fax: 202-514-0095; or Email: 
[email protected]  
CLINICAL DIRECTOR EL CENTRO, CA

Duties: manage the medical portion of an ambulatory care clinic and infirmary for the 
Immigration and Naturalization Service; spend significant time in direct patient care as 
well as directly supervising other providers; and provide administrative leadership. 
REQUIRES: strong clinical expertise in primary health care; and leadership and 
administrative abilities. Prefers: knowledge of JCAHO, NCCHC and AACA Standards. 
PSYCHOLOGIST PORT ISABEL, TX

Position is with the Service Processing Center. Duties: provide clinical services to the 
undocumented migrants of the Immigration and Naturalization Service. Prefers: 
correctional experience; and Spanish language proficiency. REQUIRES: license. Fax 
curriculum vitae, cover letter and 4 references to (202) 514-0095.
****************************** WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

The West Virginia Department of Health seeks candidates for the following positions. For 
more information contact: Elizabeth Thewes, 105 S. Eisenhower Drive, Beckley, WV 
25801. 
HEALTH SERVICE WORKER RALEIGH COUNTY, WV

Duties: perform work at the full-performance level providing basic personal and nursing 
care related to the treatment, habilitation and rehabilitation for the mentally or physically 
challenged at state operated facilities or in a community setting; perform basic nursing care 
under direct supervision; perform basic personal or therapeutic treatment duties; provide 
required personal care and hygiene services for clients such as bathing, grooming, 
dressing, and feeding residents; teach clients basic skills for the development of daily living 
habits; motivate and encourage clients; provide nursing assistance such as taking 
temperature, blood pressure, pulse readings, and perform routine treatment and first-aid 
under the direction of an LPN, RN, or physician; participate with other treatment team 
members in overall programmatic rehabilitation activities to facilitate change in resident's 
behavior; serve as a role model in training of less experienced workers and trainees; and 
escort clients to meals, therapy, etc. REQUIRES: certified in long-term care as certified 
nursing assistant; and one year of full-time or equivalent part-time paid or volunteer 
experience in the care, treatment and development of the physically challenged or mentally 
ill or mentally retarded (certification as a human service worker by the national 
commission of human service workers may substitute for the required experience and the 
training requirements). Prefers: completed an approved nursing assistant course from an 
approved vocational education technical center or other approved program or certification 
by department of health as health service worker. Applicants for positions in long-term 
care facilities or long- term care units must meet the following requirements: (1) 
registration with the nurse aide registry by passing a written and manual skills competency 
evaluation; or (2) sit for the written and manual skills competency evaluation within 24 
months of completing a state-approved curriculum which includes at least 80 hours of 
instruction and 32 hours of clinical supervision; or (3) certification through reciprocity 
from an out-of-state program approved by the state agency. Reference Posting Number: 
PINE010003. Closing date: May 30, 2002. 
LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE RALEIGH COUNTY, WV

Duties: assist the RN in the administration of the nursing care of a unit and assume 
appropriate responsibilities as assigned; aid in carrying out the medical plan of care; 
support hospital policies and objectives; act as charge nurse; and supervise health service 
workers. REQUIRES: current West Virginia license or temporary permit to practice as a 
licensed practical nurse; and successful completion of course in intravenous therapy and 
training in venipuncture permits the LPN to start intravenous fluids. Closing Date: May 
30, 2002. 
****************************** CITY OF ALEXANDRIA

The City of Alexandria, Virginia seeks candidates for the following positions. Submit 
applications to: Personnel Services Department, City Hall, 301 King Street, Room 2500, 
Alexandria, VA 22314. Include reference number at the end of each advertisement in all 
correspondence. 
CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST I

Duties: provide evaluation, diagnostic and treatment services to children and adolescents 
with severe emotional difficulties and their families; and provide supervision of psychology 
interns in APA approved program. REQUIRES: doctoral degree in clinical or counseling 
psychology; and licensed or license eligible with the Commonwealth of Virginia as a 
Clinical Psychologist. Prefers: valid driver's license; one year experience working with 
SED children, youth, and their families; experience providing family therapy, crisis 
intervention, case management and treatment services to youth and their families; 
psychological testing skills; experience coordinating community services; and bilingual 
(English/Spanish) skills. NOTE: Successful completion of a Federal criminal records check 
will be required prior to employment. Salary $51,395 - $81,261 per year. REF #71537.
MENTAL HEALTH TEAM SUPERVISOR

Duties: manage the Patrick Street Clubhouse, which includes rehabilitation, supported 
employment, family support, education and case management services within the 
Community Support Program of the Alexandria Mental Health Center. REQUIRES: 2 
years experience providing mental health or substance abuse services including diagnostic 
evaluations, crisis intervention, case management and home visits; possession of M.S.W., 
M.A., or a Ph.D. degree from an accredited school of social work, or a related field; and 
licensure or license eligible as a LPC, LCSW, or LSAP in Virginia (to include required 
education, training, and supervision) at the time of appointment. Prefers: bilingual 
(English/Spanish); and paid work experience in a Clubhouse setting. Salary $53,962 - 
$59,493 per year. REF #71538. 
****************************** TUBERCULOSIS PROGRAM DIRECTOR SEATTLE, WA

The Department of Public Health - Seattle and King County (PHSKC) and the University 
of Washington are jointly recruiting a Director of the PHSKC Tuberculosis Control 
Program. Duties: serve as full-time faculty in the UW Department of Medicine; and 
participate in clinical and teaching activities of the pulmonary or ID division. REQUIRES: 
medical degree (MD or DO), ABIM certification in internal medicine, and ABIM 
certification or comparable documentation of expertise in infectious diseases or pulmonary 
medicine. Prefers: substantial experience in clinical aspects and prevention of tuberculosis; 
experience in epidemiology; and success in external fundraising. The position is based at 
PHSKC's TB Clinic, located at UW-affiliated Harborview Medical Center. Academic rank 
and pathway (clinician/scientist or clinician/teacher) and salary will be commensurate with 
qualifications and experience. Submit curriculum vitae and letter of interest to: H. Hunter 
Handsfield, MD, Search Committee Chair, Harborview Medical Center, Box 359777, 325 
Ninth Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104-2499. 
****************************** MARICOPA COUNTY CORRECTIONAL HEALTH SERVICES ARIZONA

Maricopa County Correctional Health Services is actively seeking qualified individuals for 
the following full-time employment opportunities: Medical Director, MD's, and Physician 
Assistants. Prefers: medical providers that are internal medicine and family-practice 
oriented; and correctional health experience. Competitive salary and benefits. Send 
curriculum vitae to: Tom Timmons, Correctional Health Services, 111 W Monroe, Suite 
900, Phoenix, AZ 85003; or fax: 602-506-2577. 
****************************** *PUBLIC HEALTH NURSES

Exciting career opportunities are available in the Alaska's public health nursing program. 
We employ approximately 100 public health nurses: direct service public health nurses, 
advanced nurse practitioners, sub-regional and regional public health nurse managers, 
consultants and administrators. Some of Alaska's public health nurses work in large urban 
health centers while some work in small one nurse stations. Some public health nurses 
travel by air to a group of remote rural villages. Working with fascinating Alaska Native 
cultures - the Tlingit and Haida in the Southeast, the Yupik in the Southwest, the Inupiat 
in the North and the Athabaskan in the Interior - is a characteristic of practicing the 
nursing specialty of public health in Alaska. Our PHN practice is challenging and known 
for automony and independence. The State of Alaska, Section of Public Health Nursing, 
offers competitive salaries, a generous benefit package, and assistance with relocation 
expenses. REQURIES: Bachelor's degree in nursing; and one year experience in public 
health nursing. Contact: Elaine H. McKenzie, R.N., M.P.H., Deputy Chief, Section of 
Public Health Nursing, 3601 C Street, Suite 760, Anchorage, AK 99524-0249; phone: 
907-334-2290 or 800-499-2964; fax: 907-562-6431; or email: 
[email protected] 
****************************** *PSYCHIATRIC NURSE II PHOENIX, AZ

The Arizona State Hospital seeks a Psychiatric Nurse II. Duties: provide psychiatric, 
medical and surgical nursing care directly to patients; function as a preceptor to 
subordinate staff in specific patient care; observe and evaluate patient's behavior; 
administer treatment intervention and medication according to care plan; and apply quality 
assurance nursing standards. REQUIRES: one year professional psychiatric nursing 
experience; Master's degree in a related field may substitute for one year of the required 
experience; current license to practice as a Registered Nurse in Arizona (temporary permit 
will be accepted for appointment pending receipt of a permanent license). Salary range: 
$36,726 - $41,380 + stipend. Job offer is contingent upon passing a medical and physical 
exam. Applicants should submit a comprehensive computer scannable resume along with a 
resume supplement (SF-501) to: Human Resources/ASH, 2500 E. Van Buren, Phoenix, 
AZ 85008. If your resume is already in the RESUMIX database and you would like to self 
nominate please call (602) 542-1085.  
****************************** *LABORATORY TECHNICIAN I PHOENIX, AZ

The Division of Public Health Services and State Laboratory seeks a Laboratory 
Technician I. Duties: responsible for assisting with routine technical laboratory work in 
performing chemical and microbiological analyses; assist with the receiving, data entry and 
routing of specimens; and perform related work. REQUIRES: one year of education from 
an accredited college or university and completion of 6 semester hours in biological or 
physical science or closely related field laboratory experience in chemical or 
microbiological field may substitute for the education on a month for month basis; or 
experience that provides the applicant with the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities to 
perform successfully in the job. Salary range: $21,156 - $31,504. Applicants should 
submit a comprehensive computer scannable resume along with a resume supplement (SF-
501) to: Office of Human Resources/ADHS, Room 100, 1740 West Adams, Phoenix, AZ 
85007. If your resume is already in the RESUMIX database and you would like to self 
nominate please call (602) 542-1085. 
****************************** RIVERSIDE COUNTY HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY

Riverside County Health Services Agency seeks candidates for the following positions. 
Submit a detailed resume clearly describing all experience, education and qualifications to: 
Riverside County Human Resources, PO Box 1569, Riverside, CA 92502-1569; email: 
[email protected]; or contact recruiter listed at the end of each advertisement 
for additional information. 
*ACUTE CARE NURSE I MORENO VALLEY, CA

Duties: perform professional nursing duties in the care and services to patients and their 
families in an acute care facility; assist physicians in administering treatments and in 
performing medical examinations, diagnostic tests and surgical operations; as directed, 
administer prescribed treatment and medications to patients; chart treatment of patients 
and record and report significant changes in condition and general progress of patient; 
counsel and advise patients, families and significant others regarding special medical 
problems or proper health care methods; prepare and maintain concise and complete 
records and reports; instruct patients in carrying out physicians orders; and may provide 
orientation and training to new staff, residents, medical students, ROP and nursing 
students. REQUIRES: knowledge of current principles, techniques and procedures used in 
professional nursing; knowledge of medical terminology and hospital routine; knowledge 
of community resources available to provide patient care and follow-up; knowledge of 
Federal, State and local laws and regulations governing professional aspects of nursing; 
ability to perform the full range of nursing duties and responsibilities in an acute care 
setting; and valid license to practice as a Registered Nurse in the State of California. 
Annual salary: $39,644.80 - $54,475.20. For further information regarding this posting, 
contact: Karen Garrett; phone: 909-955-9909; or email: [email protected] 
*ACUTE CARE NURSE II MORENO VALLEY, CA

Duties: perform professional nursing duties in the care and services to patients and their 
families in an acute care facility; and assist physicians and carry out their orders. Annual 
Salary: $41,787.20 - $57,428.80. Contact: Karen Garrett, Healthcare Recruiter; phone: 
909-955-9909; or email: [email protected]
*ASSISTANT PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICER RIVERSIDE, CA

Duties: provide medical back up for the Public Health Officer and act on public health 
medical issues in the Public Health Officer's absence; plan, organize and direct the medical 
aspects of the public health program for Riverside County; and assist with the enforcement 
of State and County health and sanitation laws and regulations. The Assistant Public 
Health Officer is appointed by the Director of Community Health Agency (CHA). The 
CHA includes disease control, environmental health services, health education, public 
health, laboratory, maternal and child health, nursing, nutrition, occupational health, 
primary care, Animal Control Services, and contract public health services. Annual 
Salary: $107,889.60 - $140,753.60. Contact: Karen Garrett, Healthcare Recruiter; phone: 
909-955-9909; or email: [email protected] 
*CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST PALM SPRINGS, DESERT HOT SPRINGS, INDIAN WELLS, INDIO, RANCHO MIRAGE, BANNING, BEAUMONT & BLYTHE

Services provided in the Desert Region include: Adult Outpatient (ages 18-59 years); 
Older Adults (clients 60 yrs of age and older); Jail Services (provided at Indio Jail to 
mentally ill inmates); CALWORKS (DPSS clients referred with mental health barriers to 
employment); Child and Adolescent Intensive Treatment Services; Assessment, Crisis and 
Evaluation Service (ACES) unit provides emergency services, crisis intervention, 
information and referral and 5150 involuntary treatment 24 hours a day. Intensive Day 
Treatment (IDT) is an acute partial hospitalization program for adults; Intensive Case 
Management provides outreach, case management, medication, therapy and crisis 
intervention for seriously ill, treatment resistant adults. Annual Salary: $45,219.20 - 
$57,428.80. Contact: Kathy Byrd; phone: (909) 955-5885; or email: 
[email protected] 
*CLINICAL THERAPIST I RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CA

The Riverside County Department of Mental Health has several employment opportunities 
countywide for qualified Clinical Therapists who are interested in working in a supportive, 
professional environment as a part of a diverse cultural workforce caring for and treating 
consumers of diverse cultural backgrounds. This is the unlicensed or pre-licensed and 
entry level of the Clinical Therapist series. Annual Salary: $40,684.80 - $51,646.40. 
Email resume to: Azure Khoury; [email protected] 
*CLINICAL THERAPIST II RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CA

The Riverside County Department of Mental Health provides exceptional opportunities 
for dynamic professionals who are interested in personal and professional growth. At 
Riverside County Department of Mental Health we make a positive impact on the lives of 
our consumers by providing them with the tools for self-empowerment. Duties: perform a 
range of therapeutic assignments related to the field of mental or behavioral health services 
and psychiatric social work, including the design and implementation of personalized 
treatment plans, individual and group psychotherapy, evaluations and investigations, and 
professional counseling, as applicable by professional licensing law, in order to meet the 
needs of clients or families with mental or emotional disorders. This is the journey and 
licensed level of the Clinical Therapist series. Positions in this class include the licensed 
Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) and the Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). 
The Clinical Therapist II class has responsibility for performing, within the scope of 
licensure, the full scope of psychotherapy and counseling for individual clients, couples, 
families, and groups exhibiting a variety of mental health and related disorders in a clinic 
or institutional setting. Assignments range from average difficulty to very complex and 
may include serving in a lead capacity over other mental health treatment staff. 
REQUIRES: experienced, licensed marriage and family therapists or licensed clinical 
social workers. Forward your resume to: Azure Khoury; email: 
[email protected] 
*CLINICAL THERAPIST II - C (EAP) RIVERSIDE, CA

Duties: support the Human Resources Department, Employee Assistance Program (EAP) 
team which provides treatment services for Riverside County clients and their families; 
perform psycho and social assessments; develop and implement treatment plans; and 
provide individual, couples and family counseling and focus on short-term, problem 
solving. REQUIRES: experienced and licensed MFT or LCSW Clinicians; and case 
management skills. Prefers: experience in Facilitating Groups, Substance Abuse 
Recognition, Treatment Counseling Children and Adolescents, Public Speaking and 
Training Others. Annual Salary: $44,699.20 - $58,448.00. Contact: Elvie Ciubal; phone: 
(909) 955-3586; or email: [email protected]
*DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC HEALTH RIVERSIDE, CA

Duties: direct the total Public Health operation through administrative and medicine staff, 
division managers and supervisory positions; responsible, in collaboration with the Public 
Health Officer, for developing, recommending, interpreting and administering Public 
Health policies; plan, organize and administer the operation of Department of Public 
Health; and direct and coordinate the activity of divisions and branches. The Director of 
Public Health is appointed by the Director, Community Health Agency (CHA) and both 
serves as the highest-level position in the Public Health organizational structure and 
participates as a member of the CHA management ream.. Annual Salary: $104,520.00 - 
$136,323.20. Contact: Karen Garrett, Healthcare Recruiter; phone: (909) 955-9909; or 
email: [email protected]
*MENTAL HEALTH NURSE II RIVERSIDE & INDIO, CA

Are a Registered Nurse with psychiatric experience who is looking for a fantastic 
employment opportunity? Then Riverside County Department of Mental Health is the 
perfect place for you! We are an organization that prides itself on providing quality mental 
health services for its consumers. Our most critical need is for: Emergency Services Unit 
(children) Works with Adolescents and Children in an outpatient mental health evaluation 
unit. Crisis Stabilization services provided 24 hours, 7 days per week. Be part of a multi-
disciplinary team that provides innovative assessment, evaluation and case management 
services to minor's in Riverside County. We are also hiring for the following specialty 
areas: Continuing Community Care (Adults); Assessment, Crisis, and Evaluation Service 
(Children and Adults); Quality Improvement - Inpatient. Annual Salary: $44,283.20 - 
$60,881.60. Contact: Azure Khoury; phone: (909) 955-9491; or email: 
[email protected] 
*PSYCHIATRIST II RIVERSIDE, CA

Are you a board eligible psychiatrist and would like to join a mental health program in a 
doctor-friendly, clinically-focused system serving the seriously mentally ill and seriously 
emotionally disturbed population? If so, then you are the doctor we're looking for! The 
Riverside County Department of Mental Health has positions available for board eligible 
child and adult psychiatrists on a full time, part time or per diem basis. Positions are 
available countywide for outpatient, which includes telepsychiatry, inpatient, and 
emergency room for our high-quality mental health program. Annual Salary: 
$117,124.80 - $120,307.20. To arrange a referral to our Medical Director for interview, 
contact Azure Khoury; phone: (909) 955-9491; or email: [email protected] 
*PSYCHIATRIST III RIVERSIDE, CA

The Riverside County Department of Mental Health is aggressively seeking Board 
Certified Psychiatrists who are interested in working with a dedicated, multi-disciplinary 
team in a progressive, supportive atmosphere. We need professionals to provide the best 
care possible to our culturally diverse population, both children and adults, at locations 
throughout Riverside County. Our positions are on a full time, part time or per diem basis 
for outpatient, which includes telepsychiatry, inpatient, and emergency room for our high-
quality mental health program. Annual Salary: $123,552.00 - $126,900.80. To arrange a 
referral to our Medical Director for interview, contact: Azure Khoury; phone: (909) 955-
9491; or email: [email protected]
*PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE I RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CA

You may be working at Riverside County Regional Medical Center, our new 200-million 
dollar, Level II Trauma Center, teaching hospital in Moreno Valley - or at one of the many 
Health and Mental Health Clinics, or Detention Health facilities, located throughout the 
County of Riverside. No matter which facility you choose you have the opportunity to 
advance along 2 career paths, clinical and administrative. Whether you choose to stay 
within the clinical track and work directly in patient care, or in the administrative, 
management field - your first move is to join our TEAM! Annual Salary: $41,142.40 - 
$52,208.00. 
*PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE II RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CA

The County of Riverside has developed a nursing career ladder for full-time nursing 
positions. Employees are eligible for promotions to the higher levels based upon their 
performance. As you move up the career ladder, your scope of responsibilities will 
increase to include participation in activities relating to quality assurance, assignments in 
in-service training and problem solving, involving clinical and administrative matters. 
Annual Salary: $43,368.00 - $55,016.00. 
****************************** CITY OF PASADENA

The City of Pasadena seeks candidates for the following positions. Application forms may 
be obtained from the Human Resources Department, 100 North Garfield Ave., Room 146, 
Pasadena, CA 91109; or phone: (626) 744-4366. All offers of appointment are contingent 
upon the successful completion of a pre-employment physical. 
*MEDICAL HEALTH OFFICER PASADENA, CA

Duties: provide the medical direction and authority for the services provided by the 
Pasadena Health Department. REQUIRES: Master's degree in Public Health; board 
certification in a medical specialty; and Physician and Surgeon's Certificate issued by the 
California Board of Medical Quality Assurance. Prefers: 4 years experience as a public 
health physician with expertise in infectious disease control and epidemiology. Salary: up 
to $116,965. Reference recruitment #2K010121-1. 
*PUBLIC HEALTH DIVISION MANAGER - MATERNAL & CHILD HEALTH & COMMUNICABLE DISEASE PREVENTION & CONTROL (2 positions)

Duties (Maternal and Child Health Division): provide personal health clinics and other 
community health and prevention services for women of child-bearing age, their children 
and families, such as comprehensive perinatal services, child health and immunization 
programs, insurance outreach, enrollment and retention, Black Infant Health Program, and 
Women, Infant and Children's (WIC) Program. (Communicable Disease Prevention and 
Control Division): provide community health and clinical services including, AIDS/HIV 
testing and treatment, tuberculosis control, adult immunizations, public health field 
nursing, targeted case management, sexually transmitted disease programs and public 
health laboratory services. The ideal candidate for the Public Health Division Manager 
should be known as both a leader and team player with integrity and honesty, who has 
compassion for people, a common sense approach to problem solving and a strong 
commitment to the profession and the community. REQUIRES: valid certificate as a 
Public Health Nurse issued by the State of California, Department of Health and a valid 
Registered Nurse license issued by the California Board of Registered Nursing; possession 
of or ability to obtain a Class C California driver's license and a satisfactory driving record; 
proven ability and experience in developing partnerships with a wide variety of community 
organizations to provide public health services to an ethnically diverse Pasadena 
population; demonstrated management skills; Bachelor's degree in Public Health Nursing; 
and 3 years experience as a licensed or certified Public Health Nurse in an agency 
providing generalized public health nursing services including one year in a supervisory 
capacity. Prefers: 2+ years experience supervising professional and other staff; Bilingual 
(Spanish); and Master's degree. Salary: $5538 - $6922 per month. 
****************************** *PUBLIC HEALTH INFORMATION OFFICER COLORADO SPRINGS, CO

The El Paso County Department of Health and Environment, serving approximately 
540,000 residents, seeks a Public Health Officer. Duties: develop, coordinate, direct and 
maintain the overall communications, information, and marketing for a 250+ employee 
agency. This is an exceptional, highly visible position with far-reaching effects on the 
Department. REQUIRES: Bachelor's degree in journalism, communications, marketing, 
health education or a related field; and 3 years public sector communications or marketing 
experience in health related arena. Prefers: one year supervisory experience; consumer or 
health marketing background; and Master's degree in public health or a related field. 
Salary: $38,230 - $57,346. Application materials may be mailed to: El Paso County 
Human Resources, PO Box 2007, Colorado Springs, CO 80901; fax: (719) 520-7406; or 
email: [email protected] Reference Job Code: 02-07.  
****************************** WESTERN CONNECTICUT MENTAL HEALTH NETWORK

The Western Connecticut Mental Health Network seeks candidates for the following 
positions. Please apply in writing, include the posting number, by the closing date 
indicated, on the WCMHN Transfer Opportunity Request form to: Cynthia Schilkowski, 
HR Manager, Human Resources Division, Western Connecticut Mental Health Network, 
55 West Main Street, Suite 410, Waterbury, CT 06702; or Fax: 203-805-6432.  
*CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER WATERBURY, CT

Duties: provide outreach and case management for persons with co-occurring substance 
use and mental health disorders who are homeless and involved with the criminal justice 
system. REQUIRES: MSW. No closing date. Reference Posting #W-42 O. 
*CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER TORRINGTON, CT

Position is with the Western Connecticut Mental Health Network's Young Adult Services 
Program in Northwestern Connecticut. Duties: manage the services for young adults with 
pervasive developmental disorders that may have high risk behaviors. REQUIRES: 
Master's degree in Social Work; and 2 years experience providing behavioral health care 
services to an assigned caseload of individuals or families. Prefers: DBT training and sex 
offender expertise. Bi-weekly Salary: $1,823.99. Reference Posting #T-91 O. 
*CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER BILINGUAL (ASIAN) DANBURY, CT

Position is with the GDMHA Act Team. Duties: provide case management services and 
assist with developing cultural competence within the service system; and may provide 
clinical outreach services to the Asian population. REQUIRES: Master's degree in Social 
Work; and 2 years experience providing behavioral health care services to an assigned 
caseload for individuals or families. Bi-weekly salary: $1,823.99. Reference Posting #D-
20 O. 
****************************** *REGISTERED NURSES & LPNS

Explore your options! Are the reasons you became a nurse being fulfilled in your present 
position? If not, we encourage you to explore the nursing opportunities at the Southwest 
Region of the Department of Mental Retardation. We offer a different kind of nursing, 
where the patient-nurse relationship is still an important part of the job. As a State of 
Connecticut nurse you have the ability to develop your career, explore other nursing 
opportunities within the state organization and not lose valuable medical, investment and 
pension benefits. Registered Nurses (DD/MR experience desirable) $23.89/hr. LPN's 
(DD/MR experience desirable) $19.31/hr. In addition to a DMR retention bonus for 2nd 
and 3rd shifts and a 15% weekend/shift differential, the State of Connecticut total 
compensation package includes a generous benefit package worth 40% of an employee's 
annual salary. To explore these options send your resume to: Betsy Mossberg, Personnel 
Manager, Department of Mental Retardation, Southwest Region, 300 Armory Road, 
Stratford, CT 06614; Fax: 203-455-3116; or email: [email protected]
****************************** *EPIDEMIOLOGIST WASHINGTON, DC

The District of Columbia Office of Personnel seeks an Epidemiologist. Duties: develop 
frame work and structure for chronic disease management program, monitoring of chronic 
area, pharmacy services; perform selected statistical analysis of data from fee-for- service 
data, as well as data received from managed care organizations; and advise and assist the 
Department of Health, Medical Assistance Administration (MAA). REQUIRES: 
successful completion of full 4-year course of study in as accredited college or university 
leading to a Bachelor's or higher degree that included a major field of study or specific 
course of study that included 24 semester hours in an academic field related to the 
sciences or allies sciences appropriate to the work of the position; or appropriate 
combination of education and experience; and one year specialized experience that has 
equipped the applicant with the particular knowledge, skills and abilities to perform 
successfully the duties of the position. SELECTIVE PLACEMENT FACTOR(S): Must 
have prior Public Health Systems Employment and Experience. SUBMISSION OF 
RANKING FACTORS: The following ranking factors will be used in the evaluation 
process. All applicants MUST respond to the ranking factors ON A SEPARATE SHEET 
OF PAPER. PLEASE SEND AS AN ATTACHMENT TO YOUR RESUME. Please 
describe specific incidents of sustained achievements from your experience that show 
evidence of the level at which you meet the ranking factors that have been determined to 
be of importance for the position for which you are applying. You may refer to any 
experience, education, training, awards, outside activities, etc. that include the degree to 
which you possess the job related knowledge, skills, and abilities described in the ranking 
factors. The information given in response to the ranking factors should be complete and 
accurate to the best of your knowledge. FAILURE TO RESPOND TO ALL RANKING 
FACTORS MAY ELIMINATE YOU FROM CONSIDERATION. 1. Knowledge of Title 
XIX and of state level health care financing efforts understanding of major national health 
care reform efforts; 2. Broad Knowledge of soundness of disease management programs, 
data collection, surveillance and research programs; 3. Knowledge of research 
methodology and quantitative and qualitative analytical techniques; 4. Ability to analyze 
data and compose reports; communicate effectively orally and in writing; and 5. 
Experience in evaluations. Salary Range: $61,637 - $79,439. Submit a District of 
Columbia application (DC 2000) to: Alfreda Washington, DC Office of Personnel, Reeves 
Center Office of Personnel, 2000 14th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20009; or phone: 
202-671-1300. Reference Announcement No: HC(11)199. 
****************************** *SENIOR COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSE BROWARD, FL

The Broward County Health Department seeks a Senior Community Health Nurse. 
REQUIRES: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in 
nursing or a related field and one year of professional nursing experience in pediatrics, 
geriatrics, or public health nursing; and licensure as a Registered Professional Nurse in 
accordance with Florida Statute 464 or eligible to practice nursing in accordance with 
Florida Administrative Code 210-8.27; or one year experience as a community health 
nurse with the State of Florida. A master's degree from an accredited college or university 
in nursing, nursing education, public health, or a related field can substitute for the 
required professional nursing experience. Closing Date: 12/31/2002. Annual Salary 
Range: $30,879.68 - $56,882.54. Contact Person: Zenaida Matthews, Broward County 
Health Dept., Human Resources Office, 2421-A SW 6th Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL 
33315-2613; Phone: (954) 467-4737; or Suncom: 453-4737. Reference Position Number: 
906284.
****************************** *LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE W. LAFAYETTE, IN

The Veteran's Home seeks a Licensed Practical Nurse. REQUIRES: valid Indiana LPN 
license issues by Indiana Health Professions Bureau (proof of valid license must 
accompany application) or possession of valid temporary license. Closing date: 
04/19/2002. Annual minimum salary: $24,466. Apply To: Veteran's Home, Attn: 
Personnel, 3851 North River Rd, West Lafayette, IN 47906. Reference Posting Req. 
#0201 -023394. 
****************************** *TUBERCULOSIS - DISEASE CONTROL OFFICER SEATTLE, WA

Seattle and King County and the University of Washington's Department of Medicine are 
jointly recruiting a full-time Director of Public Health's Tuberculosis Control Program. 
Duties: serve as a full-time faculty member in the UW Department of Medicine; and 
participate in the clinical and teaching activities of the pulmonary or ID division. 
REQUIRES: medical degree (M.D. or D.O.); American Board of Internal Medicine 
certification in internal medicine; and ABIM certification or comparable documentation of 
expertise in infectious diseases or pulmonary medicine. Prefers: substantial experience in 
clinical aspects and prevention of tuberculosis; experience in epidemiology; and success in 
external fundraising. Annual salary range: $109,415.76 - $138,267.36. Closing 
deadline: 4/12/02.  Submit curriculum vitae and a letter of interest to: H. Hunter 
Handsfield, M.D., Search Committee Chair, Harborview Medical Center, Box 359777, 
325 Ninth Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104-2499. Reference Job Announcement No.: 
02RM2135. 
****************************** KING COUNTY

King County, Washington seeks candidates for the following positions Submit a Public 
Health-Seattle and King County nursing application form, data sheet, resume and letter of 
interest detailing your background and describing how you meet or exceed the 
requirements to: Nursing Services, 999 3rd Ave., Suite 1200, Seattle, WA 98104; For 
additional information contact representative listed at the end of the advertisement. 
*PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE SEATTLE, WA

The White Center Public Health Center seeks a Public Health Nurse. Duties: provide 
home visits to high risk maternal child health clients and families with diverse social, 
economic and cultural backgrounds; responsible for family assessment, care planning, case 
management, education and support, documentation, and caseload management; 
responsible for group education and maternity support office visits; and function as part of 
a nursing team, and of a multi-disciplinary team and includes referral and consultation with 
HD staff and community providers and partners to assure access and continuity of care. 
REQUIRES: knowledge of public health nursing principles and processes, human systems, 
community assessment, personal safety techniques and principles, health care system 
structure and function, infectious disease management, control and safety standards; basic 
computer use-including email and Word; skilled in performing comprehensive nursing 
assessments (particularly maternal and infant); medical record documentation in a timely 
manner; problem-solving and case management; ability to work in home and community 
settings without onsite supervision; ability to communicate effectively with patients and 
their families, and with other health and human services staff; ability to maintain 
professional working relationships with other health and human services staff; ability to 
develop and maintain therapeutic relationships with patients; ability to work with culturally 
and socio-economically diverse populations; valid Washington State Registered Nurse 
License and BSN from an NLN accredited University or equivalent; and Washington State 
driver's license or the ability to travel throughout King County in a timely manner. Prefers: 
Maternal-child public health nursing experience; NCAST certification; experience working 
with multidisciplinary, collaborative programs; knowledge of the Southwest King County 
area resources; and bilingual in Spanish, Vietnamese or Somali. Hourly salary range: 
$22.78 - $30.37. Reference Job Announcement No.: 02RM2137. For additional 
information contact: Jayne KauzLoric; phone: (206) 205-7220. 
*JAIL LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE SEATTLE, WA

The CHARS and Jail Health Services seeks a Jail Licensed Practical Nurse. Duties: work 
under the direction of RN's and ARNP's to provide patient care, administer medications 
and perform other supportive functions; obtain medical data from outside agencies; obtain, 
verify and record health history of patients; gather pertinent health data through physical 
assessments and biological samples; assist practitioners with special procedures; perform 
diagnostic tests, medical treatments and EKGs; coordinate collection and pick up of lab 
specimens; monitor exam room stock and order supplies; sterilize surgical instruments; 
maintain laboratory supplies; transcribe medical, dental and psychiatric orders; monitor 
patients for side effects of medications; participate in multidisciplinary team; and provide 
basic health information to patients and community. REQUIRES: current Washington 
State LPN license; graduation from an NLN accredited program or its equivalent; ability 
to display recent competency in above job duties; clinical coordinator and medical records 
skills; skilled in use of equipment; ability to work with several care providers; ability to 
deliver care to medical, psychiatric and dental patients; good physical assessment skills 
with ability to recognize medical and psychiatric conditions which require quick problem 
analysis and referral to appropriate health care providers; ability to initiate appropriate 
emergency response, and render cardiopulmonary resuscitation; current CPR, 
venipuncture and pharmacology knowledge; good communication skills; knowledge of 
drug and alcohol withdrawal and treatment; and able to ambulate throughout multi-story 
facility and climb stairs rapidly. Prefers: experience working in a secure setting. Hourly 
salary range: $17.19 - $21.45. Reference Job Announcement No.: 02RM2050. For 
additional information contact: Mary Fatica; phone: (206) 296-4117; or fax: (206) 205-
6236. 
******************************* KING COUNTY

King County, Washington seeks candidates for the following positions Submit a Public 
Health-Seattle and King County application form, data sheet, resume and letter of interest 
detailing your background and describing how you meet or exceed the requirements to: 
(Division listed in advertisement), 999 3rd Ave., Suite 1230, Seattle, WA 98104; For 
additional information contact representative listed at the end of the advertisement. 
*PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE SEATTLE, WA

The Community Health Services Division, Regional Health Outreach Services and Child 
Care Health Program seeks a Public Health Nurse. Duties: function as a health care 
consultant to child care sites within the city of Seattle; consult and teach on a variety of 
topics related to health and safety to child care providers and parents; work as a member 
of an interdisciplinary team and collaborate with a variety of child care community 
agencies; promote safety, health and emotional well being of children in child care through 
nursing consultation; provide technical assistance to licensed and unlicensed caregivers 
and agency staff related to health and safety topics; perform health and safety assessments 
in child care facilities; provide consultation and collaboration with other child care 
community agencies related to health and safety of the child care population; organize and 
present educational workshops and in-services to provide information to child care 
providers, parents, agency staff and those who may contract for Headstart and ECEAP 
technical assistance; facilitate early intervention and treatment of children with special 
needs through resource referral and consultation; provide infant nurse consultations; and 
implement and facilitate linkages between child care, families and community agencies. 
Hourly salary range: $22.78 - $30.37. Reference Job Announcement No.: 02RM2131. 
Division: Nursing Administration. For additional information contact: Melissa Jankauskas; 
phone: (206) 296-4368. 
*EPIDEMIOLOGIST III SEATTLE, WA

Duties: serve as the lead epidemiologist and Principal Investigator for 2 new innovative 
HIV/AIDS surveillance projects funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 
(CDC). Through cooperative agreements with CDC, each of these multi-year projects is 
being piloted by several states and evaluated for wider national implementation. The titles 
of the projects are: 1) Estimation of HIV Incidence by Population based Application of 
Serologic Methods (STAHRS) to Detect Recent Infection; and 2) Antiretroviral Drug 
Sentinel Surveillance to Examine Trends in Prevalence of Drug Resistant Stains of HIV. 
The Epidemiologist III selected for this position will lead an interdisciplinary team 
including other epidemiologists, disease case investigators, data abstractors, computer 
systems analysts, administrative staff, and collaborating public health physicians and 
laboratorians. Duties: liaise with CDC and other project sites to develop study design and 
implementation methods; prepare protocols, consent forms, and human subjects 
applications; hire and supervise project staff; prepare reports to the funding agency; 
coordinate with HIV/AIDS case surveillance and other on-going epidemiologic research 
and public health activities conducted by Public Health-Seattle and King County, the WA 
Department of Health, and the University of WA; direct the development of data 
management, security, confidentiality and quality assurance procedures; evaluate the 
validity and representatives of data collected; and provide data analysis, interpretation and 
dissemination. This is a leadership position responsible for identifying future research 
needs, developing the methods to address these needs by establishing beneficial 
collaborations and identifying innovative research opportunities, and carrying out public 
health priorities related to monitoring and HIV/AIDS prevention. REQUIRES: Master's 
degree in public health, epidemiology, behavioral science or related field; 5 years 
progressively responsible experience in epidemiologic or behavioral research, biostatistics 
or public health field; and experience in management of multiple epidemiologic research 
projects, staff supervision, preparation of human subject's applications, and successful 
grant development. Prefers: Doctoral degree. Annual salary range: $58,486.80 - 
$73,968.00. Reference Job Announcement No.: 02RM2004. Division: Employment 
Services. For additional information contact: Dr. Sharon Hopkins: phone: (206)296-4645; 
or email: [email protected] 
*MEDICAL INTERPRETER & TRANSLATOR MULTIPLE LOCATIONS

This position will be part of a multi-disciplinary team facilitating health related 
communication between medical staff, environmental health staff, and patients in clinic, 
home and environmental health related settings. Duties: assist in facilitating 
communication between medical staff and patients, including women patients needing pre-
natal, post-partum or family planning care; assist other health department staff working 
with non-English and limited English speaking patients in filling out a variety of forms for 
program eligibility, registration and medical history; translate written materials and prepare 
written reports; explain health clinic and environmental health procedures to clients; 
instruct clients in health education and explain medical treatment or environmental health 
regulations to clients that may be required for resolving health problems; refer patients to 
social and health service agencies to secure needed services; and may assist with taking 
patient's vital signs. REQUIRES: bi-lingual individuals, fluent in writing and speaking in 
English and other language; DSHS State Medical Interpreter Certification or qualification; 
and valid Washington State driver's license or the ability to provide transportation to travel 
to work locations with limited or no pubic transportation services. Prefers: experience in a 
health setting as a medical interpreter or translator. Hourly salary range: $16.62 - 
$21.07. Reference Job Announcement No.: 01ES1007. Division: Employment Services. 
Additional forms required: completed supplemental questionnaire, and a photocopy of 
your DSHS Medical Interpreter Certificate. If you have question on how to obtain the 
DSHS Medical Interpreter Certification/Qualification, please call the State of Washington 
at 360-664-6038. 
****************************** HARRIS COUNTY EMPLOYMENT & TRAINING

Harris County, Texas seeks candidates for the following positions. For more information 
call (713) 439-6195 or e-mail us at [email protected] Submit applications at Harris 
County Employment and Training, 1310 Prairie, Suite 240, Houston, TX 77002. 
Reference position number listed at the end of each advertisement. 
*ASSISTANT MANAGER & PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE (RN)

Position is at the Northwest Houston Community Health Center. REQUIRES: Bachelor's 
degree in Nursing from an accredited college or university; current Texas RN license; 3 
years public health experience with proven supervisory skills or 3 years supervisory 
experience in a home health or other health services setting; current CPR certification; 
valid Texas driver's license and dependable transportation; and basic computer skills. 
Prefers: Master's degree in Public Health, Nursing or related field. Position #2143. 
*OUTREACH & CASE MANAGER GALLERIA AREA

Duties: provide outreach and case management services to pregnant teens according to 
established program guidelines. REQUIRES: Bachelor's degree in Social Work or 
Nursing; one year experience in health or human services providing services to clients and 
educational sessions in group or individual circumstances; and valid Texas Drivers License 
and reliable transportation. Position #2164. 
*LVN HUMBLE, TX

Position is with the Humble Texas Community Health Center. REQUIRES: current LVN 
licensure in Texas; diploma from an accredited school of vocational nursing; proficient in 
the administration of oral and injectable medications to infants, children and adults; and 
valid Texas Drivers License and dependable transportation. Prefers: one year full-time 
experience as an LVN in Ob/Gyn or Pediatrics in a hospital, school, physician's office or 
public health clinic; and bilingual (English/Spanish). Position #2184.
*LVN (2 positions) GALLERIA AREA

Position is with the Child Lead Poisoning Prevention Program. REQUIRES: current LVN 
licensure in Texas and diploma from an accredited school of vocational nursing; one year 
experience as a Licensed Vocational Nursel; and bilingual (English/Spanish). Prefers: 
pediatric and immunization experience. Position #2038. 
*REGISTERED NURSE & CASE MANAGER GALLERIA AREA, TX

Position is with the Child Lead Poisoning Prevention Program. REQUIRES: Bachelor's 
degree in Nursing and current RN licensure in Texas; and valid Texas Drivers License and 
dependable transportation for travel to outreach activities and home visitations. Prefer: 2 
years experience as a Registered Nurse in community health nursing; basic computer skills; 
and ability to speak both English and Spanish. Position #2183. 
*PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE (RN)

Position is with the Baytown Community Health Center. REQUIRES: Bachelor's degree 
in Nursing and current RN licensure in Texas; or Associate's degree with RN licensure if 
currently enrolled in Bachelor's program. Prefers: one year experience in Public Health, 
School Health, or similar environment; and basic computer skills. Position #1967. 
*ASSISTANT MANAGER & PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE (RN)

Position is with the Northwest Houston Community Health Center. REQUIRES: 
Bachelor's degree in Nursing from an accredited college or university and current Texas 
RN license; 3 years public health experience with proven supervisory skills or 3 years 
supervisory experience in a home health or other health services setting; current CPR 
certification; valid Texas Driver's License and dependable transportation; and basic 
computer skills. Prefers: Master's degree in Public Health, Nursing or related field. 
Position #2143.
*NURSE PRACTITIONER & ADVANCED PRACTICE NURSE

Position is with the Humble Community Health Center. REQURIES: Bachelor's degree in 
Nursing from an accredited university and a current Texas APN License (will consider out 
of state applicants eligible for a reciprocal license); and one year experience in the area of 
specialty as an Advance Practice Nurse. Prefers: Master's degree; Licensure or 
Certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP), Women's Health Care Nurse 
Practitioner (WHCNP) or Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM); and ability to speak Spanish. 
Position #2062. Call (713) 439-6195 for more information. 
****************************** COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES

The County of Los Angeles Department of Health Services seeks candidates for the 
following positions. Applicants must file the standard County of Los Angeles Employment 
Application at: LAC+USC Healthcare Network, Office of Human Resources, 5555 
Ferguson Drive, Room 2001, City of Commerce, CA 90022; phone: (323) 890-8323. This 
examination is subject to close without notice. Applications filed at any other County 
location(s) will not be accepted. Reference Exam number and position title in all 
correspondence. 
*PULMONARY PHYSIOLOGY TECHNICIAN I

Duties: conduct and has primary responsibility for the accuracy of the results of 
spirometric examinations to measure basic breathing capacity and lung volume of patients 
under the technical guidance of Pulmonary Physiology Technician III and the technical and 
administrative supervision of a Pulmonary Physiology Technician Supervisor or a 
physician; set up spirometry equipment to measure patient's vital capacity; administer 
helium dilution tests and spirometers to test patient's functional residual lung capacity; and 
perform medically ordered blood and acid base analyses by operating electronic and 
mechanical equipment and applying standard calculation to determine the gas acid base 
status and hemoglobin content of blood samples. REQUIRES: completion of a course in 
general chemistry plus one of the following: completion of an approved training program 
in spirometric testing and related pulmonary procedures or one year's experience in a 
pulmonary laboratory performing spirometric and lung volume studies and blood gas 
analysis. REQUIREMENT INFORMATION: Applicants MUST attach AN OFFICIAL 
TRANSCRIPT and proof of completion of a training program in spirometric testing and 
related pulmonary procedures at the time of filing. Applications submitted without the 
official transcript(s) or confirmation of completion will be rejected as incomplete. 
PHOTOCOPIED TRANSCRIPTS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. 
CERTIFICATE/LICENSE INFORMATION: Please make sure to fill out the 
Certificate/License section of your application and give the number of your Driver License 
and date of expiration. In addition, you MUST attach a copy of the required 
license/certificate and its number, dates of expiration and the name of the issuing agency 
as specified in the Minimum Requirement, at the time of filing. Monthly salary: $2,857 - 
$3,538 (Effective 10/01/2002: $2,941 - $3,642). EXAM No: Y-5567-B. 
*SENIOR PHYSICIAN, M.D. (VARIOUS SPECIALTIES)

Duties: take immediate charge of a small medical section within a larger medical unit of a 
medical facility or a small program of a medical facility; performs administrative 
responsibilities which include such duties as budget preparation for the section, 
determining equipment and supply needs, personnel responsibilities, developing and 
revising work procedures to expedite workload or improve level of service, and screening 
work; formulate policies, plan and direct the programs and medical work of the section or 
assist in such activities for a division of a medical department; examine, diagnose and 
prescribe treatment for patients and review the care prescribed by staff physicians, resident 
physicians, and interns; participate in the training of interns and resident physicians; 
coordinate the work of the section with that of other medical and paramedical services; 
confer with consultants regarding care of patients and medical and diagnostic work 
performed, coordinating the work of consulting physicians with the work of the section; 
and supervise the maintenance of records and the compilation and preparation of reports. 
REQUIRES: (assigned to a specialty): completion of a residency approved by an 
American Specialty Board in specialty or equivalent training; one year experience in 
medical practice, post graduate training, teaching or investigative work. (no specialty 
assignment): one year experience in medical practice, post-graduate training, teaching or 
investigative work. Residencies may include: Specialties: Preventive Medicine, Internal 
Medicine, Pediatrics, Dermatology, Emergency Medicine, Family Practice, Neurology, 
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Psychiatry, OB-GYN, Pathology, Urology, 
Ophthalmology, General Surgery, Nuclear Medicine, Radiology, Otolaryngology, 
Neurosurgery, Anesthesiology, Orthopedics, Plastic Surgery, Thoracic Surgery. 
LICENSE: California State Physician and Surgeon's Certificate authorized by the Board of 
Medical Examiners of the State of California. Salary: $7,413 - $12,752. EXAM No: Y-
5478-2. 
****************************** *LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE I TEWKSBURY, MA

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health seeks a Licensed Practical Nurse. Duties: 
provide direct care to individual patients including medication administration, simple 
procedures and procedures defined in the Nursing Practice Manual; assist other nursing 
staff in caring for groups of patients and in carrying out complex procedures; provide for 
the daily care and personal hygienic needs of patients by giving baths, back rubs, feeding, 
grooming, skin care, etc.; carry out physician orders for the patients; recognize symptoms 
and report to the appropriate person; assign and supervise the work of Nursing Assistants, 
using knowledge of patients needs and knowledge of staff skills. participate on committees 
and in unit conferences; and attend required educational programs and other workshops 
and seminars to maintain licensure and enhance own professional development. 
REQUIRES: current and valid license as a practical nurse under the Massachusetts Board 
of Registration in Nursing. Salary Range: $29,004.82 - $39,177.84. Submit cover letter 
and resume to: Tewksbury Hospital, DPH Human Resources, 365 East St., Tewksbury, 
MA 01876; or Fax: (978) 851-0133. Application Deadline: 06/30/2002. Reference 
Posting ID: 22907. 
****************************** *LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE WESTFIELD, MA

Duties: render professional nursing care to adult and geriatric patients 15 years and older 
with in an assigned unit of the hospital. Salary Range: $29,004.82 - $39,177.84. 
Application Deadline: 07/03/2002. Mail cover letter and resume to: Department of 
Public Health, Western Massachusetts Hospital, 91 East Mountain Road, Westfield, MA 
01085; or Fax: 413-562-2527. Reference Posting ID: 21737. 
****************************** *EVENING SUPERVISOR & PRINCIPAL REGISTERED NURSE PORTLAND, ME

The Barron Center, the 2nd largest facility in Maine known for its high quality and 
commitment to resident rights, seeks an Evening Supervisor and Principal Registered 
Nurse. Duties: direct Maine R.N. REQUIRES: license; and knowledge of gerontological 
nursing. Prefers: experience in a geriatric setting. Salary: CNAs up to $11.16 an hour; 
LPNs up to $15.22 an hour; and RNs up to $18.42 an hour. Apply at the Human 
Resources Office, Room 115, City Hall, 389 Congress Street, Portland, Maine, 04101; 
fax: (207) 874-8937; TTY: (207) 874-8936; or email: [email protected] Call Angela 
Vessie for more details: (207) 774-2623. 
******************************* WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & FAMILY SERVICES

The Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services (DHFS); Division of Care and 
Treatment Facilities (DCTF) is continuously accepting applications for these positions at 
the institutes or centers indicated. Apply with an Application for State Employment form 
(DER-MRS-38), which can be obtained on the Internet at 
http://der.state.wi.us/static/appmat.htm, copy of appropriate license and current resume 
to: Barb O'Mara, DHFS, Bureau of Personnel and Employment Relations, 1 West Wilson 
Street, Room 555, PO Box 7850, Madison, WI 53707-7850; phone: (608) 266-3245; or 
email: [email protected] Deadline: Applications will be accepted until the needs 
of the institutions are met.
*LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE 1-2 SELECTED AREAS

Job Announcement Code: 07884. Note: Vacancies may or may not be available at the time 
of your application. Positions may be full-time or part-time. Southern Wisconsin Center 
for the Developmentally Disabled (SWC), Union Grove (Area 1); Mendota Mental Health 
Institute (MMHI) Madison (Area 8); Northern Wisconsin Center for the Developmentally 
Disabled (NWC); Chippewa Falls (Area 24). Duties: provide direct patient care to meet 
physical and emotional needs of assigned patients or an assigned patient population. 
REQUIRES: possess or be eligible for State of Wisconsin licensure as a Licensed Practical 
Nurse; and one year experience as an LPN for the LPN2 level. Starting pay: (level 1): 
$11.827/hour; (level 2): $12.799/hour. 
*LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE 2 MAUSTON, WI

Job Announcement Code: 07371. Department of Health and Family Services (DHFS); 
Division of Care and Treatment Facilities; Sand Ridge Secure Treatment Center (SRSTC); 
Mauston. Duties: provide assigned health care services to patients of the SRSTC; function 
as a nursing team member in Health Services related care; perform nursing procedures 
requiring skilled technical care; assist the Nurse Clinician in caring for acutely ill patients; 
assist in assessment of patient health needs; and perform related documentation and record 
management activities. REQUIRES: knowledge of psychiatric nursing concepts, infection 
control principles, general nursing theory, principles, standards, practices and treatment 
modalities; ability to work effectively with adult patients and other disciplines in a team 
relationship; knowledge in performing actions approved by the board for the curriculum of 
school for trained practical nurses; and possess or be eligible for State of Wisconsin 
licensure as a Licensed Practical Nurse. Starting salary: $26,724 per year.
*NURSE CLINICIAN 2 MAUSTON, WI

Job Announcement Code: 07374. Department of Health and Family Services (DHFS); 
Division of Care and Treatment Facilities; Sand Ridge Secure Treatment Center (SRSTC); 
Mauston. Duties: provide skilled nursing care to patients; provide patient assessment and 
treatment; manage medications; assist the physician in providing medical services; provide 
emergency care, and maintenance of treatment records; and participate in educational 
programming for staff and patients and participate in activities to maintain the patient 
nursing skill level. REQUIRES: knowledge of psychiatric nursing concepts, infection 
control principles, general nursing theory, principles, standards, practices and treatment 
modalities; familiar with Wisconsin Administrative Code for the Board of Nursing; ability 
to work effectively with adult male patients and other disciplines in a team relationship; 
and possess or be eligible for State of Wisconsin licensure as a Registered Nurse. Starting 
salary is $40,189 per year. 
*NURSE CLINICIAN 2 SELECTED AREAS

Job Announcement Code: 07875. The Department of Health and Family Services (DHFS), 
Division of Care and Treatment Facilities (DCTF) is continuously accepting applications 
for this position. Note: Vacancies may or may not be available at the time of your 
application. Positions may be full-time or part-time. Southern Wisconsin Center for the 
Developmentally Disabled (SWC) Union Grove (Area 1); Central Wisconsin Center for 
the Developmentally Disabled (CWC) and Mendota Mental Health Institute (MMHI) 
Madison (Area 8); Winnebago Mental Health Institute (WMHI) and Wisconsin Resource 
Center (WRC), Winnebago (Area 11); Sand Ridge Secure Treatment Center (SRSTC); 
Mauston (Area 13). Duties: assess and provide direct and indirect patient care to meet the 
needs of assigned patients or an assigned patient population. REQUIRES: possess or be 
eligible for State of Wisconsin licensure as a Registered Nurse. Starting salary  is 
$40,189 per year for full-time. 
*NURSE PRACTITIONER MAUSTON, WI

Job Announcement Code: 07416. Department of Health and Family Services (DHFS); 
Division of Care and Treatment Facilities; Sand Ridge Secure Treatment Center (SRSTC); 
Mauston. Duties: responsible for assessment and treatment of patients throughout the 
institution under the professional direction of the Health Care Physician; independently 
manage the direct and indirect care of patients in collaboration with all disciplines 
employed or practicing within Health Services; and plan, develop, implement and evaluate 
care and education programs and protocols used by the health care staff to meet the needs 
of SRSTC patients who exhibit complex medical or psychiatric conditions. REQUIRES: 
advanced skill in the application of nursing theory, nursing process, and nursing standards 
of care; knowledge of regulations and guidelines that pertain to ICFs/MR, long term care, 
and nurse practitioner law; skill in the use of the multidisciplinary model to meet human 
needs, current communication theory and effective communication practices; knowledge 
of instructional methods and adult learning principles; knowledge of group process and 
dynamics of working with individuals and groups; ability to work in collaboration with the 
Medical Director and members of the medical staff; ability to maintain a helpful 
understanding attitude toward the adult male patient exhibiting hostile or other negative 
behavioral traits; skill and ability to maintain CPR certification and to perform CPR; and 
licensed as a Professional Nurse by the Wisconsin Nursing Examining Board and certified 
or eligible for certification as an Advanced Practice Nurse Prescriber by the Wisconsin 
Nursing Examining Board. Salary is $56,054 per year. 
*OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT MADISON, WI

Job Announcement Code: 07524. Department of Health and Family Services (DHFS); 
Division of Care and Treatment Facilities; Mendota Mental Health Institute; Madison. 
Duties: participate and assist professional Occupational Therapists in assessing, 
developing and implementing an occupational therapy program to meet the need of 
patients in areas of: 1) activities of daily living; 2) work and productive activities; and 3) 
leisure activities. REQUIRES: knowledge of Occupational Therapy evaluations and 
treatment approaches in an inpatient psychiatric setting; skills in development and patient 
goals and objectives and treatment approaches; experience with special problems related 
to dementia, and acute and chronic mental illness; and Certified Occupational Therapy 
Assistant (COTA) or eligible for certification. Start salary is $11,411 per year for half-
time (50%) position plus excellent benefits. 
*OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT MADISON, WI

Job Announcement Code: 07523. Department of Health and Family Services (DHFS); 
Division of Care and Treatment Facilities; Mendota Mental Health Institute; Madison. 
Duties: participate and assist professional Occupational Therapists in assessing, 
developing and implementing an occupational therapy program to meet the need of 
patients in areas of: 1) activities of daily living; 2) work and productive activities; and 3) 
leisure activities. REQUIRES: knowledge of Occupational Therapy evaluations and 
treatment approaches in an inpatient psychiatric setting; skills in development and patient 
goals and objectives and treatment approaches; experience with special problems related 
to dementia, and acute and chronic mental illness; and Certified Occupational Therapy 
Assistant (COTA) or eligible for certification. Starting salary is $22,823 per year. 
*PSYCHIATRIST SELECTED AREAS

Job Announcement Code: 07968. The Department of Health and Family Services is 
continuously accepting applications for this position at the institutes and/or centers 
indicated. Note: Vacancies may or may not be available at the time of your application. 
Positions may be full-time or part-time. Division of Care and Treatment Facilities, 
Southern Wisconsin Center (SWC) Union Grove (Area 1), Mendota Mental Health 
Institute (MMHI), Madison (Area 8); Winnebago Mental Health Institute (WMHI) and 
Wisconsin Resource Center (WRC) Oshkosh (Area 11). Duties: provide medical and 
psychiatric care and treatment to institution patients; prescribe medications; direct 
psychiatric treatment; and write physician orders. REQUIRES: possession of a license to 
practice medicine in Wisconsin plus 3 years in an approved residency in psychiatry. 
Starting salary range: $125,280 - $162,864 per year. You may also contact: Pat Fettes 
(SWC) at 262-878-2411; Carol Georgi (MMHI) at 608-301-1379; or Anne Sohm (WRC) 
at 920-426-4310 Ext. 4128.
*PSYCHOLOGIST & PSYCHOLOGIST - SENIOR SELECTED AREAS

Job Announcement Code: 07933. The Department of Health and Family Services is 
continuously accepting applications for this position at the institutes and/or centers 
indicated. Note: Vacancies may or may not be available at the time of your application. 
Positions may be full-time or part-time. Department of Health and Family Services 
(DHFS); Division of Care and Treatment Facilities (DCTF); Southern Wisconsin Center 
for the Developmentally Disabled (SWC), Union Grove (Area 1), Central Wisconsin 
Center for the Developmentally Disabled (CWC); Madison (Area 8); Winnebago Mental 
Health Institute (WMHI); and Wisconsin Resource Center (WRC), Winnebago (Area 11). 
Duties: assess patients to determine diagnostic issues; offer treatment recommendations 
and plans and develop risk assessments; and assist the treatment team in developing both 
individual and group treatment plans including behavior intervention plans. REQUIRES: 
knowledge of theory, principles and practices of clinical psychology, psychotherapeutic 
methods and techniques, assessment and diagnosis; ability to administer and interpret 
psychological tests; basic research methodology and skills to write a research report; 
ability to complete behavioral assessments and develop behavioral intervention plans; and 
Master's degree in Clinical Psychology, Counseling Psychology, Applied Psychology, or 
Behavior Analysis. Starting salary range: $38,128 - $41,238 per year. 
****************************** *SENIOR REGISTERED NURSE ALACHUA COUNTY, FL

The Alachua County Health Department seeks a Senior registered Nurse. REQUIRES: 
licensure as a Registered Professional Nurse in accordance with Florida Statute 464 or 
eligible to practice nursing in accordance with Florida Administrative Code 210-8.27 and 
one year professional nursing experience; or Bachelor's degree from an accredited college 
or university with a major in nursing and licensure as a Registered Professional Nurse; 
ability to abide by all the provisions of s.985.01(2) regarding fingerprinting and 
background investigations and other screening requirements; ability to successfully 
complete a drug screening. Closing Date: 04/30/2002. Annual Salary Range: 
$27,087.06 - $51,649.26. Contact: Human Resources, Alachua County Health 
Department, PO Box 1327, Gainesville, FL 32602-1327; Phone: (352) 334-7929. 
Reference Position Number: 990199. 
***************************** *ADVANCED REGISTERED NURSE PRACTITIONER HERNANDO COUNTY, FL

The Hernando County Department Of Health seeks an Advanced Registered Nurse 
Practitioner. REQUIRES: US citizen or lawfully authorized alien worker; valid drivers 
license; certification as an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner in accordance with 
Florida Statute 464; ability to be fingerprinted and drug tested. Closing Date: 
04/30/2002. Annual Salary Range: $36,256.22 to $69,133.74. This is a part-time 
position. Contact: Millissa Inmon, Hernando County Health Department, 300 S Main 
Street, Brooksville, FL 34601-0000; or Phone: (352) 754-4067. Reference position 
number 992713. 
***************************** *BACTERIOLOGIST III JAMAICA PLAIN, MA

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health seeks a Bacteriologist III. Duties: 
provide administrative leadership and technical support in the Chemistry department; 
evaluate and recommend new instrumentation and methodologies to insure quality 
improvement in services; assist in coordinating workload, staffing, reporting, technical 
oversight and client services within the clinical laboratory; insure compliance with JCAHO 
policies and applicable Federal and State regulations; perform patient testing in Chemistry, 
Urinalysis, Hematology and Coagulation, and Transfusion Medicine, using standard 
laboratory equipment; maintain required records for quality control, instrument 
maintenance, refrigerator temperatures, proficiency testing and any other required 
documentation for regulatory agencies; and answer inquiries via phone, mail, fax and in 
person from the public, various federal, state, and municipal agencies to provide 
information on which a medical or public health decision may be based. REQUIRES: 4 
years of full-time, or equivalent part-time, professional or paraprofessional experience in 
bacteriology, biology or biochemistry work and 2 years must have been in a professional 
capacity; or Bachelor's degree with a major in bacteriology, biology, chemistry or 
biochemistry may be substituted for 2 years of the required experience; or Graduate 
degree with a major in bacteriology, biology, chemistry or biochemistry may be substituted 
for 3 years of the required experience; and computer literate. Prefers: knowledge of the 
principles and practices of Chemistry, Hematology, Microbiology, Coagulation, Urinalysis, 
and Blood Bank; knowledge of safety and infection control procedures in a Clinical 
Laboratory; knowledge of federal and state agency regulations governing operations of a 
clinical laboratory; ability to prepare fiscal, workload, quality assurance, technical and 
general reports; and ability to supervise, including planning and assigning work according 
to the nature of the job to be accomplished, the capabilities of personnel and available 
resources; monitoring work performance through periodic reviews and evaluations; 
determining personnel training needs and arranging for such training; motivating personnel 
to work effectively and efficiently; determining the need for disciplinary action and/or 
recommending initiation of disciplinary action.. laws, regulations pertaining to the 
prevention and control of communicable diseases. Salary Range: $41,321.28 - 
$54,827.24. Application Deadline: 06/06/2002. Mail cover letter and resume to: 
Department Of Public Health, Lemuel Shattuck Hospital, Human Resources Division, 170 
Morton Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130, Attn: Mattie Brantley; or Fax: 617-971-3850. 
Reference Posting ID: 22820. 
***************************** *COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSE SELLS, AZ

The Indian Health Service seeks a Community Health Nurse (GS-09/11) for the Sells 
Indian Hospital. Duties: assists in development of comprehensive Community Health 
Nursing plans related to such services such as school health, maternal-child health, chronic 
and communicable disease control, mental health, health care teaching and supervision, 
case findings, referral and follow-up services; carries out public health plans by conducting 
visits to homes, communities, schools and clinics to provide patient care, counseling and 
instruction in preventative, curative and rehabilitative health matters; and participates in 
health services such as specialty clinics and immunization and skin test programs. 
REQUIRES: active, current registration as a professional nurse in a state, the District of 
Columbia, the commonwealth of Puerto Rico, or a territory of the United States; 
Bachelor's degree in nursing from a school of professional nursing; and 52 weeks of 
specialized experience OR two full years of progressively higher level graduate education 
OR a master's degree or equivalent degree. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSA) 
Statements: Applicants must list any experience, awards, and/or training and educational 
courses that relate to the KSA's in detail as a way of demonstrating their level of 
competence in the KSA's: 1) Knowledge of community health nursing principles, theories 
and practices in order to provide comprehensive nursing services to individuals, families 
and communities; 2) Ability to provide health counseling and instruction to patients, 
families and the community; 3) Ability to meet and deal with a variety of agencies, school 
personnel and the community; and 4) Ability to effectively communicate, both orally and 
in writing. Annual salary: $46-64K. Send Optional Application for Federal Employment 
(OF-612), Application for Federal Employment (SF-171) or any other written format; and 
KSA statements to Della Antone, Dhhs/Phs/Indian Health Service, Tucson Area HIS, 
Human Resources Management, 7900 South J Stock Road, Tucson, AZ  85746. 
Reference Vacancy Announcement No.: TNIHS-01-76. Call Della Atone at phone: (520) 
295-2435 with questions. 
****************************** ALACHUA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

The Alachua County Department of Health seeks candidates for the following positions. 
Send application to: Human Resources, Alachua County Health Department, PO Box 
1327, Gainesville, FL. 32602-1327. Reference the Appropriate Vacancy Position No. Call 
Phone No.: (352) 334-7929 with questions. 
*SENIOR COMMUNITY HEATLH NURSE ALACHUA, FL

A Senior Community Health Nurse is sought. Duties: conducts a total generalized public 
health nursing program in an area geographically removed from direct supervision; 
organizes, implements, and conducts a specific phase of a large public health nursing 
program for a county health department; coordinates, on a regional basis, the provision of 
health care for developmentally disabled clients in the community; and advises on care and 
management of illness and refers patients with abnormal findings to pediatricians or other 
qualified physicians. REQUIRES: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or 
university with a major in nursing or a related field and one year of professional nursing 
experience in pediatrics, geriatrics, or public health nursing, and licensure as a Registered 
Professional Nurse in accordance with Florida Statute 464 or eligible to practice nursing in 
accordance with Florida Administrative Code 210-8.27; or one year of experience as a 
community health nurse with the State of Florida. Master's degree from an accredited 
college or university in nursing, nursing education, public health, or a related field can 
substitute for the required professional nursing experience. Closing date: 4/30/02. Annual 
salary: $29-55K. Reference Vacancy Position No.: 990100. 
*NURSING PROGRAM SPECIALIST ALACHUA, FL

A Nursing Program Specialist is sought. Duties: planning, monitoring, and evaluating a 
public health nursing program on a county wide basis or planning, monitoring, and 
evaluating a nursing program for an entire institution or facility; administers the activities 
of a specialized program such as epidemiology, communicable disease control, maternal / 
child health, school health, etc., on a county or institution-wide basis; administers the 
activities of a continuing education program or an in-service training program for nurses 
on a county or institution wide basis; and monitors the performance of staff participating 
in the program. REQUIRES: Licensure as a Registered Professional Nurse in accordance 
with Florida Statute 464 or eligible to practice nursing in accordance with Florida 
Administrative Code 210-8.27; and bachelor's degree from an accredited college or 
university with a major in nursing or a related field and two years of nursing experience. A 
master's degree from an accredited college or university in nursing, nursing education, 
public health, or a related field may substitute for one year of the nursing experience. 
Closing date: 4/30/02. Annual salary range: $32-61K. Reference Vacancy Position No.: 
990101.
******************************* *PUBLIC HEALTH NUTRITIONIST SUPERVISOR HARDEE-WAUCHULA, FL

The Polk County Department of Health seeks a Public Health Nutritionist Supervisor. 
Duties: providing direct services, supervising nutrition and/or one or more nonprofessional 
staff, and coordinating the Special Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants and 
Children in a county public health unit or in a designated bi-county geographic area (where 
two counties have entered into an agreement to jointly provide a health care program) or 
supervising staff of a special nutrition project under the direction of a county public health 
unit or university; spend the majority of time communicating with, motivating, training and 
evaluating employees, planning and directing their work; and having the authority to hire, 
transfer, suspend, layoff, recall, promote, discharge, assign, reward or discipline 
subordinate employees or to effectively recommend such actions. REQUIRES: registered 
dietician as defined by the American Dietetic Association and two years of professional 
experience in public health nutrition; or bachelor's degree from an accredited college or 
university with a major in public health nutrition, dietetics, food and nutrition or food 
service management and two years of professional experience in public health nutrition; or 
master's degree from an accredited college or university in public health nutrition, 
dietetics, food and nutrition or food service management and one year of professional 
experience in public health nutrition. Closing date: 12/31/2002. Annual salary range: $28-
53K. Send application to: Cheryl Piper, Department Of Health, Polk County Health Dept, 
1290 Golfview Avenue, Bartow FL 33830. Reference Vacancy Position No.: 900001. Call 
(863) 519-7900 with questions. 
******************************* BROWARD COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT

The Broward County Health Department in Florida seeks candidates for the following 
positions. Send applications to: Zenaida Matthews, Broward County Health Dept, Human 
Resource Office, 2421-A Sw 6th Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL. 33315-2613. Reference 
the Appropriate Vacancy Position No. Call (954) 467-4737 with questions.
*COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSE BROWARD, FL

A Community Health Nurse is sought. Duties: work in a generalized public health nursing 
program; provides generalized public health nursing services related to tuberculosis 
control, disease control, school health service, maternal child health, family planning, and 
other programs related to the health of the community and the individual; assists 
physicians in clinics periodically, maintains records of treatment rendered, interprets 
physicians' recommendations to individuals, and renders follow-up service to secure 
recommended corrections; and gives demonstrations and lectures to students, teachers, 
and civic groups on school and community health problems, and assists in special 
problems involving nursing services. REQUIRES: bachelor's degree from an accredited 
college or university with a major in nursing or a related field; licensure as a Registered 
Professional Nurse in accordance with Florida Statute 464 or eligible to practice nursing in 
accordance with Florida Administrative Code 210-8.22 or 8.27; be at least 19 years of 
age; and must not have been convicted of any felony or a misdemeanor involving perjury 
or a false statement, or have received a dishonorable discharge from any of the Armed 
Forces of the United States. Closing date: 12/31/2002. Annual salary range: $29-54K. 
Reference Vacancy Position No.: 906232.
*SENIOR COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSE BROWARD, FL

A Senior Community Health Nurse is sought. Duties: conducts a total generalized public 
health nursing program in an area geographically removed from direct supervision; 
organizes, implements, and conducts a specific phase of a large public health nursing 
program for a county health department; coordinates, on a regional basis, the provision of 
health care for developmentally disabled clients in the community; advises on care and 
management of illness and refers patients with abnormal findings to pediatricians or other 
qualified physicians; and assists in planning and conducting orientation programs, 
continuous in-service educational programs, and professional educational programs for 
paramedical personnel, auxiliary workers, and volunteers. REQUIRES: Bachelor's degree 
from an accredited college or university with a major in nursing or a related field and one 
year of professional nursing experience in pediatrics, geriatrics, or public health nursing, 
and licensure as a Registered Professional Nurse in accordance with Florida Statute 464 or 
eligible to practice nursing in accordance with Florida Administrative Code 210-8.27; or 
one year of experience as a community health nurse with the State of Florida. A master's 
degree from an accredited college or university in nursing, nursing education, public 
health, or a related field can substitute for the required professional nursing experience. 
Closing date: 12/31/2002. Net annual salary: $31-57K. Reference Vacancy Position No.: 
906277.
******************************* HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY

The Hillsborough County Health Department in Florida seeks candidates for the following 
positions. Send applications to: Ruriko Holloman, P.O. Box 5135, 1105 E. Kennedy Blvd, 
Suite 206, Tampa, FL. 33675-5135. Reference the Appropriate Vacancy Position No. Call 
(813) 307-8015 with questions. 
*PUBLIC HEALTH NUTRITIONIST HILLSBOROUGH, FL

A Public Health Nutritionist is sought. Duties: providing nutrition assessment, education 
and counseling to clients in a county health department or in a community outreach service 
delivery program; provides current information on nutrition and diet to county health 
department staff and other workers in allied community health and social agencies; plans 
and conducts educational programs on nutrition, diet, and food service for professional 
and allied health personnel, teachers, social workers, and community health workers; and 
plans and conducts nutrition education programs in schools, child care centers, senior 
citizen centers, and for the public. REQUIRES: registered dietitian as defined by the 
American Dietetic Association or bachelor's degree from an accredited college or 
university with a major in public health nutrition, dietetics, food and nutrition or food 
service management; and must be licensed as a Dietitian / Nutritionist in accordance with 
Chapter 468, Florida Statutes, or be eligible to practice dietetics in accordance with 
Chapter 21M, Section 48.001, 48.002, or 48.003, Florida Administrative Code, or be 
working toward satisfactory completion of the required supervised experience component 
of Section 468.509, Florida Statutes. Closing date: 7/02/02. Annual salary range: $23-
45K. Reference Vacancy Position No.: 035798.
*COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSE HILLSBOROUGH, FL

A Community Health Nurse is sought for the Healthy Start Program. Duties: provides 
generalized public health nursing services related to tuberculosis control, disease control, 
school health service, maternal child health, family planning, and other programs related to 
the health of the community and the individual; assists physicians in clinics periodically, 
maintains records of treatment rendered, interprets physicians' recommendations to 
individuals, and renders follow-up service to secure recommended corrections; gives 
demonstrations and lectures to students, teachers, and civic groups on school and 
community health problems, and assists in special problems involving nursing services; and 
provides continuity of care for patients receiving services from more than one agency by 
planning and exchanging information with other health and/or rehabilitative agencies. 
REQUIRES: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in 
nursing or a related field; licensure as a Registered Professional Nurse in accordance with 
Florida Statute 464 or eligible to practice nursing in accordance with Florida 
Administrative Code 210-8.22 or 8.27; must be at least 19 years of age; and must not have 
been convicted of any felony or a misdemeanor involving perjury or a false statement, or 
have received a dishonorable discharge from any of the Armed Forces of the United 
States. Closing date: 4/29/02. Annual salary range: $27-52K. Reference Vacancy 
Position No.: 041303.
******************************* *COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSE LANTANA, FL

The Palm Beach County Department of Health seeks a Community Health Nurse. Duties: 
provides generalized public health nursing services related to tuberculosis control, disease 
control, school health service, maternal child health, family planning, and other programs 
related to the health of the community and the individual; assists physicians in clinics 
periodically, maintains records of treatment rendered, interprets physicians' 
recommendations to individuals, and renders follow-up service to secure recommended 
corrections; gives demonstrations and lectures to students, teachers, and civic groups on 
school and community health problems, and assists in special problems involving nursing 
services; and provides continuity of care for patients receiving services from more than 
one agency by planning and exchanging information with other health and/or rehabilitative 
agencies. REQUIRES: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a 
major in nursing or a related field; licensure as a Registered Professional Nurse in 
accordance with Florida Statute 464 or eligible to practice nursing in accordance with 
Florida Administrative Code 210-8.22 or 8.27; must be at least 19 years of age; and must 
not have been convicted of any felony or a misdemeanor involving perjury or a false 
statement, or have received a dishonorable discharge from any of the Armed Forces of the 
United States. Closing date: 4/24/02. Annual salary range: $29-54K. Send application to: 
Dolores Taylor, Director Hrm, Palm Beach County Health, Office Of Human Resources, 
826 Evernia Street, West Palm Beach, FL. 33401. Reference Vacancy Position No.: 
999920. Call (561) 355-3025 with questions. 
******************************* UNITED STATES SOLDIERS' AND AIRMENS' HOME

The United States Soldiers' and Airmens' Home seeks candidates for the following 
positions. Send OF-612, Optional Application for Federal Employment, or a SF-171, 
Application for Federal Employment, to: U.S. Soldiers & Airmen's Home, Personnel 
Division 1306, Sherman Building, Room #208, 3700 North Capitol St. NW, Washington, 
DC 20317. Reference the Appropriate Vacancy Announcement No.
*CLINICAL NURSE, COMMUNITY HEALTH WASHINGTON, DC

The United States Soldiers' and Airmen's Home seeks a Clinical Nurse, Community 
Health (GS-11). Duties: serves as the Charge Nurse in the Community Health Nursing 
Unit; responsible for planning and directing the nursing care required by the Community-
based residents; directs the day to day functions of the nursing activities in accordance 
with current rules, regulations, and guidelines that govern the U.S. Soldiers' and Airmen's 
Home (USSAH); completes medical forms, reports, evaluations, studies, charts and 
accidents and incident reports as necessary; and admits, transfers, and discharges residents 
as required. REQUIRES: active, current registration as a professional nurse in a state, 
District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, or a Territory of the United 
States; graduated from an approved nursing educational program within the past 12 
months may be appointed pending state registration as a professional nurse within 6 
months of appointment; degree or diploma from a professional nursing program approved 
by a legally designated State accrediting agency; and either 2 full years of progressively 
higher level graduate education or a master's or equivalent degree or one year of 
professional nursing experience comparable to the next lower grade in the Federal service. 
Applicants are strongly encouraged to include a supplemental sheet describing how their 
experience and education relates to each quality ranking factor: 1) Knowledge of the full 
range of professional community health nursing principles, practices, and procedures; 2) 
Knowledge of and ability to treat chronic health problems such as diabetes and 
hypertension in a clinic or home environment; 3) Ability to supervise subordinate staff 
members; 4. Ability to communicate effectively orally with people of divergent 
backgrounds and ages; and 5) Ability to communicate in writing. Closing date: 
indefinite. Annual salary: $49-61K. Reference Vacancy Announcement No.: USSAH 02-
14 LB. Contact Laverne Blackwell at Phone No.: (202) 730-3212 with questions. 
*CLINICAL NURSE, COMMUNITY HEALTH WASHINGTON, DC

The United States Soldiers' and Airmen's Home seeks a Clinical Nurse, Community 
Health (GS-10). Duties: teaches community health care to the Residents in accordance 
with established policies and procedures, including adult health care, chronic and 
communicable disease control, health teaching, referrals and follow-ups; assesses the 
health practices of the Residents and assists them in developing programs that promote 
positive health habits; refers Residents with untreated and/or changing health problems for 
medical evaluation to the out-patient clinic in the Home's health care facility or to outside 
hospitals; and promotes communication regarding health practices between the Floor 
Managers in the domiciliary. REQUIRES: active, current registration as a professional 
nurse in a state, District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, or a Territory of 
the United States; graduated from an approved nursing educational program within the 
past 12 months may be appointed pending state registration as a professional nurse within 
6 months of appointment; degree or diploma from a professional nursing program 
approved by a legally designated State accrediting agency; and either 2 full years of 
progressively higher level graduate education or a master's or equivalent degree or one 
year of professional nursing experience comparable to the next lower grade in the Federal 
service. Applicants are strongly encouraged to include a supplemental sheet describing 
how their experience and education relates to each quality ranking factor: 1) Ability to 
communicate in writing; 2) Knowledge of JACHO rules and regulations; 3) Knowledge of 
the MDS system (minimum data standard); 4) Knowledge of rules and regulations 
governing long term care; and 5) Ability to communicate orally with people of divergent 
backgrounds and ages. Closing date: indefinite. Annual salary: $46-57K. Reference 
Vacancy Announcement No.: USSAH 02-27 RMH. Contact Rose Howell at Phone No.: 
(202) 730-3206 with questions. 
******************************* NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

The National Institutes of Health seek candidates for the following positions. Apply online 
at: CareerHere.nih.gov or by submitting an Optional Application for Federal Employment 
(OF-612), Application for Federal Employment (SF-171) or any other written format you 
choose as long as it contains all the required information to: Attention: Cynthia Herringa 
(CC-01-2247), National Institutes of Health Clinical Center, Nursing Department, 
Building 10, Room 1C218, 10 Center Drive, MSC 1199, Bethesda, MD 20892-1199 or 
Fax No.: 301-480-2190. Reference the Appropriate Vacancy Announcement Number. 
Contact Cynthia Herringa at Phone No.: (800) 732-5985 or email: [email protected] 
with questions. 
*CLINICAL RESEARCH NURSE, CRITICAL CARE BETHESDA, MD

The National Institutes of Health seek a Clinical Research Nurse, Critical Care (AD-0) for 
the Warren Grant Magnusen Clinical Center (CC). Duties: providing the highest quality 
patient care and support for the research initiated by NIH; responsible for providing direct 
patient care to individuals who are participants in the biomedical research protocols that 
are conducted at the Clinical Center; using the nursing process in providing care to 
patients, providing educational support to patients, families and significant others, 
participating in the patient's plan of care; initiating referrals to maintain continuity of care; 
and communicating patient care to heath care team. REQUIRES: US citizenship; Degree 
or diploma from a professional nursing program approved by the legally designated State 
accrediting agency at the time the program was completed by the applicant; active, current 
registration as a professional nurse in a State, District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of 
Puerto Rico, or a territory of the United States; and a copy of their current license and/or 
registration. Closing date: 12/31/02. Annual salary: $41-60K. Reference Vacancy 
Announcement No.: CC-01-2247. 
*CLINICAL RESEARCH NURSE, ONCOLOGY BETHESDA, MD

A Clinical Research Nurse, Oncology (AD-0) is sought for the Warren Grant Magnuson 
Clinical Center (CC). Duties: serves as a staff nurse on an inpatient or outpatient unit 
within the Nursing Department, working as a member of a multidisciplinary team 
providing comprehensive health care to patients in a research environment; serves as an 
associate nurse or primary nurse; assumes 24-hour responsibility for the nursing care of 
the patient; and applies interviewing skills to elicit baseline data about the impact of the 
illness on the quality of life of the patient and/or significant other, support systems 
available in the family, expectation of hospitalization, knowledge of the disease, spiritual 
and religious supports, and learning needs. REQUIRES: US citizenship; degree or 
diploma from a professional nursing approved by the legally designated State accrediting 
agency at the time the program was completed by the applicant; and active, current 
registration as a professional nurse in a State, District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of 
Puerto Rico, or a territory of the United States. Closing date: 12/31/02. Annual salary: 
$41-60K. Reference Vacancy Announcement No.: CC-01-2248.
******************************* NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

The National Institutes of Health seek candidates for the following positions. Apply online 
at: CareerHere.nih.gov or by submitting an Optional Application for Federal Employment 
(OF-612), Application for Federal Employment (SF-171) or any other written format you 
choose as long as it contains all the required information to: Attention: Cynthia Herringa 
(CC-01-2247), National Institutes of Health Clinical Center, Nursing Department, 
Building 10, Room 1C218, 10 Center Drive, MSC 1199, Bethesda, MD 20892-1199 or 
Fax No.: 301-480-2190. Reference the Appropriate Vacancy Announcement Number. 
Contact Cynthia Herringa at Phone No.: (800) 732-5985 or email: [email protected] 
with questions. 
*CLINICAL RESEARCH NURSE, CRITICAL CARE BETHESDA, MD

The National Institutes of Health seek a Clinical Research Nurse, Critical Care (AD-0) for 
the Warren Grant Magnusen Clinical Center (CC). Duties: providing the highest quality 
patient care and support for the research initiated by NIH; responsible for providing direct 
patient care to individuals who are participants in the biomedical research protocols that 
are conducted at the Clinical Center; using the nursing process in providing care to 
patients, providing educational support to patients, families and significant others, 
participating in the patient's plan of care; initiating referrals to maintain continuity of care; 
and communicating patient care to heath care team. REQUIRES: US citizenship; Degree 
or diploma from a professional nursing program approved by the legally designated State 
accrediting agency at the time the program was completed by the applicant; active, current 
registration as a professional nurse in a State, District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of 
Puerto Rico, or a territory of the United States; and a copy of their current license and/or 
registration. Closing date: 12/31/02. Annual salary: $41-60K. Reference Vacancy 
Announcement No.: CC-01-2247. 
*CLINICAL RESEARCH NURSE, ONCOLOGY BETHESDA, MD

A Clinical Research Nurse, Oncology (AD-0) is sought for the Warren Grant Magnuson 
Clinical Center (CC). Duties: serves as a staff nurse on an inpatient or outpatient unit 
within the Nursing Department, working as a member of a multidisciplinary team 
providing comprehensive health care to patients in a research environment; serves as an 
associate nurse or primary nurse; assumes 24-hour responsibility for the nursing care of 
the patient; and applies interviewing skills to elicit baseline data about the impact of the 
illness on the quality of life of the patient and/or significant other, support systems 
available in the family, expectation of hospitalization, knowledge of the disease, spiritual 
and religious supports, and learning needs. REQUIRES: US citizenship; degree or 
diploma from a professional nursing approved by the legally designated State accrediting 
agency at the time the program was completed by the applicant; and active, current 
registration as a professional nurse in a State, District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of 
Puerto Rico, or a territory of the United States. Closing date: 12/31/02. Annual salary: 
$41-60K. Reference Vacancy Announcement No.: CC-01-2248.
******************************* *COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSES CALIFORNIA

The United States Department of the Navy seeks Community Health Nurses (GS-5 to GS-
12) in San Diego and Camp Pendleton. Duties: plans, implements, evaluates and provides 
for comprehensive nursing care to patients using the nursing process; assesses actual and 
potential health problems and needs of all assigned patients and formulates a plan of care 
based on established nursing standards for specific units; utilizes discharge planning, 
nursing diagnosis, critical thinking, and nursing judgment to formulate outcome goals and 
measurements based on patient and family needs; develops an individualized plan of care 
to promote wellness, manage illness, and foster rehabilitation and preventive health 
measures; and provides information and instruction for diagnostic procedures. 
REQUIRES: Degree or Diploma from a professional nursing program approved by the 
legally designated State accrediting agency. Closing date: 6/28/02. Annual salary: $30-
87K. Mail the Optional Application for Federal Employment (OF-612), or a resume and 
any supporting documentation to: Human Resources Service Center, Southwest, 525 B 
Street, Suite 600, Attn: Code 521 - Delegated Examining Unit (DEU-022-02-NR), San 
Diego, CA  92101-4418. Reference Vacancy Announcement No.: DEU-022-02-(F)-NR.
******************************* *MEDICAL OFFICER, FAMILY PRACTICE ADMINISTRATION TAOS PUEBLO, NM

The Indian Health Service seeks a Medical Officer, Family Practice Administration (GS-
15) for the Santa Fe Indian Hospital. Duties: provides direct care and services to pediatric, 
geriatric, adolescent, and adult patients; provides consultation and supervision where 
needed for other medical staff, PA's and advanced practice nurses; provides 
comprehensive therapeutic and preventative health services to individual patients, family 
members and patient groups in a clinic setting as a primary health resource; assesses and 
diagnoses needs and sets up a plan of action to meet identified needs by providing health 
services to individuals and families; makes decisions concerning medical care needs of 
patients with physicians and designated consultants; familiarizes self with cultural, social, 
political, geographic, demographic, economic and epidemiological characteristics of the 
assigned communities; and serves in a teaching capacity in the development of other health 
care workers and when applicable, precepting students. REQUIRES: one year of 
specialized experience equivalent to the next lower grade, which has equipped the 
applicant with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to successfully perform the 
duties of the position; experience as a Family Practice Medical Officer with current Board 
Certification; and good knowledge of current principles, practices, methods, and 
techniques in the field of medicine. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSA) Statements: 
Applicants must list any experience, awards, and/or training and educational courses that 
relate to the KSA's in detail as a way of demonstrating their level of competence in the 
KSA's: 1) Ability to direct multi-disciplinary health care providers following team 
management principles; 2) Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing; 3) 
Ability to exercise tact, diplomacy and mature judgment, and a positive attitude; 4) Ability 
to coordinate and integrate clinical and administrative aspects of a health care delivery 
facility; 5) Ability to analyze data and draw conclusions; and 6) Knowledge of the 
principles of the assessment of quality medical care. Closing date: indefinite. Annual 
salary: $90-114K. Send resume, Optional Application for Federal Employment (OF-612), 
or Application for Federal Employment (SF-171); and KSA Statements to:  Santa Fe 
Indian Hospital, Human Resources Office, 1700 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe, NM 87505. 
Reference Vacancy Announcement No.: SFSU-OC-01-69. Contact Hazel Quintana at 
Phone No.: (505) 946-9205 with questions. 
******************************* *NURSE EDUCATOR, DIABETES ALBUQUERQUE, NM

The Indian Health Service seeks a Nurse Educator, Diabetes (GS-12). Duties: provide 
assistance to tribes with their Special Diabetes Grants, including diabetes inservice, 
training and consultation, and providing community based diabetes prevention programs; 
serves as a liaison between the tribes, Albuquerque Area Diabetes and National Diabetes 
Programs; procures, organizes, evaluates, updates and develops patient education 
materials for clinical use; provides patient, family and professional teaching that uses a 
variety of approaches and methods incorporating the adult learning theory; and 
participates with team members in defining, implementing and evaluating patient education 
to patient and family. REQUIRES: Degree or diploma from a professional nursing 
program approved by the legally designated state accrediting agency at the time the 
program was completed by the applicant; active, current registration as a professional 
nurse in a state, District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, or a territory of 
the United States; and demonstrated experience in administering an accredited clinical 
diabetes program and responsibility serving as the nurse diabetes educator. Knowledge, 
Skills, and Abilities (KSA) Statements: Applicants must list any experience, awards, 
and/or training and educational courses that relate to the KSA's in detail as a way of 
demonstrating their level of competence in the KSA's: 1) Ability to work with 
communities in diabetes prevention activities and coordinate initial education programs; 2) 
Knowledge of education concepts and communication skills necessary to apply in a health 
care setting; 3) Knowledge of current nursing care standards, concepts, principles and 
practices and their application to direct patient care with a specialized focus on diabetic 
care; 4) Knowledge of clinical diabetes; 5) Ability to teach patients and their families, 
health care professionals and staff about diabetes; and 6) Knowledge of research methods 
used in epidemiological collecting and collating of data for the diabetes program. Closing 
date: indefinite. Annual salary: $59-74K. Send resume, Optional Application for Federal 
Employment (OF-612), or Application for Federal Employment (SF-171); and KSA 
Statements to:  U.S. DHHS, Indian Health Serv., Albuquerque Area IHS, Division of 
Human Resources, 5300 Homestead Road NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110. Reference 
Vacancy Announcement No.: AAO-02-04. Contact Arnissa Vallo at Phone No.: (505) 
248-4511 with questions.
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The Indian Health Service seeks a Community Health Nurse (GS-7/11). Duties: advise, 
plan conduct, and evaluate therapeutic nursing services to individuals, families and the 
community; provides direct care and services to neo-natal, pediatric, geriatric, adolescent 
and adult patients; and coordinate family health information and services in homes, 
hospitals, clinics, schools and the community as a whole. REQUIRES: Degree or diploma 
from a professional nursing program approved by the legally designated State accrediting 
agency at the time the program was completed by the applicant; completion of a 
professional nursing program, AND 52 weeks nursing experience equivalent to at least the 
GS-5 level; OR 1 full year of graduate education or bachelor's degree with superior 
academic achievement; graduated from a baccalaureate or higher degree nursing program; 
experience in providing direct community health services to patients in homes and schools; 
and valid, active, current licensure or registration as a professional nurse. Knowledge, 
Skills, and Abilities (KSA) Statements: Applicants must list any experience, awards, 
and/or training and educational courses that relate to the KSA's in detail as a way of 
demonstrating their level of competence in the KSA's: 1) Knowledge of the principles, 
concepts, theories and techniques of public and community health nursing; 2) Ability to 
apply the principles, theories, concepts and techniques of teaching and learning; 3) Ability 
to identify, assess, analyze and evaluate data and information; and 4) Ability to 
independently plan, coordinate and manage work and program. Closing date: indefinite. 
Annual salary: $44-50K. Send resume, Optional Application for Federal Employment 
(OF-612) or Application for Federal Employment (SF-171); and KSA Statements to: 
Santa Fe Indian Hospital, Human Resources Office, 1700 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe, NM 
87505. Reference Vacancy Announcement No.: SFSU-MPP-ESEP-610C. Contact Hazel 
Quintana at Phone No.: (505) 946-9205 with questions. 
******************************* *COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSES ARIZONA, UTAH, AND NEVADA

The Indian Health Service seeks Community Health Nurses (GS-09/11). Duties: provides 
therapeutic services and coordinates patient and family health information and services to, 
between, or in homes, hospitals, clinics, schools, and communities. REQUIRES: one year 
of specialized experience equivalent to the next lower grade, which has equipped the 
applicant with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to successfully perform the 
duties of the position. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSA) Statements: Applicants 
must list any experience, awards, and/or training and educational courses that relate to the 
KSA's in detail as a way of demonstrating their level of competence in the KSA's: 1) 
Ability to apply community health nursing principles, theories, practices in providing 
nursing services to individuals, families, and communities; 2) Ability to plan and manage 
assigned duties; and 3) Ability to provide counseling and teaching to individuals and 
families with a variety of health problems. Closing date: 12/31/02. Annual salary: $29-
51K. Send resume, Optional Application for Federal Employment (OF-612) or 
Application for Federal Employment (SF-171); and KSA Statements to IHS, Phoenix 
Area Office, Office of Human Resources, Two Renaissance Saquare, 40 N Central Ave, 
Ste 510, Phoenix, AZ  85004-4424. Reference Vacancy Announcement No.: DE PXIHS 
02-03-OC. Contact Louise Pino or Anna Walker at Phone No.: (602) 364-5219 with 
questions. 
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