Maine Labor Group on Health: Outreach Specialist

Maine Labor Group on Health: Outreach Specialist

The Maine Labor Group on Health, Maine’s Council for Occupational Safety and Health (COSH) group, is pleased to announce the search for an Outreach Specialist. The Labor Group was founded in 1977. Our mission is to educate Maine’s working people about occupational safety and health and to function as a statewide advocate for working people within the health care system. We assist Mainers inside and outside of their workplaces, identifying common health and safety concerns and helping them develop the skills and knowledge base necessary to protect themselves and their families from health and safety hazards. The organization has trained thousands of workers and employers in the fields of hazardous materials, confined space, asbestos and lead paint over the last twenty-five years. MLGH is a small non-profit headed by a volunteer board of directors who are committed to
worker health and safety. To that end, the board is looking for an Outreach Specialist to help with the day to day operations of a fast paced office and to assist in growing the organization. The ideal candidate will need to be self-motivated with the ability to multi-task while working under limited supervision.

Required Skills and Traits:
-Office Management
-Grant writing or fundraising skills
-Experience with membership management and growth
-Computer skills (word processing and data basing)
-Event planning
-Social Media Skills, including website updating and modifying
-Organized Labor Friendly (Pro-Union or have worked with organized labor)

Desirable Skills and Traits:
-Willingness to do extensive in-state travel
-Public Speaking particularly in a training format
-Previous Non-Profit (especially small non-profit) experience
-Health and Safety Background
-Occupational Safety and Health training background
-Past experience working with labor unions, non-profit organizations and governmental agencies
-Advocacy Orientation (healthcare or occupational health and safety)
-Entrepreneurial Skills and Ideas to grow a non-profit
-Community and/or Labor Organizing

Position Salary and Benefits: The Outreach Specialist Position starts at 20 hours/week at $17.00/hour. This is a flexible work schedule including work at home options. The position has strong potential for the right candidate to grow into a full-time position with paid vacation, sick leave and health insurance. Work performance review within 6 months.

To apply for Maine Labor Group on Health’s Outreach Specialist Position:

Submit cover letter, resume and three professional references to:
Maine Labor Group on Health Search Committee
P.O. Box 5197
Augusta, ME 04332

OR by PDF to mlgh@gwi.net
Subject line: Outreach Specialist Position.

Application review will be ongoing and continue until qualified candidates are contacted for interviews.

Policy Analyst- Rural Health Research Center

The Cutler Institute at the University of Southern Maine is pleased to announce an opening for a full-time Policy Analyst position to support the Flex Monitoring Team (FMT), part of the Maine Rural Health Research Center.

The FMT is a consortium of the Rural Health Research Centers at the Universities of Minnesota, North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and Southern Maine, funded by the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy to evaluate the impact of the Medicare Rural Hospital Flexibility Grant Program (the Flex Program). At USM, our work centers on population health, rural emergency medical services, innovation within the rural health care system, and overall program evaluation.

The Policy Analyst’s work focuses on policy analysis, evaluation, and applied research projects in the area of rural health, particularly rural hospitals and health care delivery systems and the policy environment in which they operate. S/he will work with colleagues on proposal development; identification, review, and summary of relevant policy and research literature; and collection, management and analysis of qualitative and quantitative data. This position also contributes to the development and writing of funding applications, work plans, interview protocols, data products, and reports.

We are looking for applicants with an interest in the rural health care system, who are detail oriented and possess strong written and oral communication skills. Knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite of software and qualitative and quantitative research methods is expected. Education, experience or interest in rural health and hospital policy and the health care needs of rural populations or related issues is desired. Some travel may be required.

We live our USM Service Promise Student Focused Every Day and we are looking for a team member who understands that promise and supports our values: Respect & Care, Integrity, Equity and Responsiveness.

The salary range for this position is $39,000-43,000/ year.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Required:
• Master’s degree in public health, health policy or related field and one year of experience working in health policy, health care, public health, human services, or related professional field; OR, Bachelor’s degree and three to five years’ experience
• Knowledge and understanding of U.S. health policy and healthcare delivery systems
• Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of rural health and hospital policy and the health care needs of rural populations
• Ability to work independently and collaboratively
• Knowledge of qualitative and quantitative research and evaluation methods
• Knowledge of qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis
• Strong critical thinking, writing and oral communication skills
• Demonstrated organizational, work management, and group process skills, ability to take initiative to identify and propose new tasks and procedures
• Experience developing integrated literature reviews
• Ability and willingness to travel
License/Certifications:
• None

Preferred:
• Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of hospital and health care system finance and operations
• Knowledge of SAS, SPSS, or other statistical analysis software
• Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the evaluation of state and federally funded grant programs
• Experience working collaboratively with a research and/or policy team

The University of Southern Maine provides a highly competitive benefits package that includes: paid time off (holidays, vacation, & sick), health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, life insurance, short- and long-term disability insurance, tuition waiver program for employee & dependents, a 403(b) retirement plan, and more.

Want to know more about employment, benefits and local resources? Our Employment webpage has additional information to help you become more familiar with developing a new career at USM as well as exploring everything the greater Southern Maine area has to offer.

To apply:
Apply online at: https://usm.hiretouch.com/view-all-jobs. You will create an applicant profile and complete an application. You will need to upload a cover letter, resume/curriculum vitae and a list of the names and contact information for three references.

All required materials must be submitted by April 5, 2020.

Appropriate background screening will be conducted for the successful candidate.

The University of Southern Maine is an EEO/AA employer, and does not discriminate on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, transgender status, gender expression, national origin, citizenship status, age, disability, genetic information or veteran’s status in employment, education, and all other programs and activities. For inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies, please contact: Equal Opportunity Office, 101 North Stevens Hall, University of Maine, Orono, ME 04469-5754, 207.581.1226, TTY 711 (Maine Relay System).

Nurse Practitioner

Nasson Health Care is seeking a qualified clinical leader to work collaboratively with a team of health and administrative professionals to provide comprehensive primary care to patients while utilizing the Patient-Centered Medical Home model of care delivery. The Nurse Practitioner:

• Provides direct clinical services in accordance with the highest standards of medical and nursing practices and in full accordance with health center policies and protocols.
• Assures access for continuity of care through appropriate referrals for sub-specialty and inpatient services and prompt follow-up of patients discharged from inpatient settings.
• Engages population health strategies to identify and address health needs among various segments of the primary care patient panel and makes optimal use of the electronic medical record system.
• Collaborates with other members of the practice team to prepare for patients’ office visits and assure that all indicated services are planned and delivered.
• Actively engages in ongoing provider panel management activities; routinely scans patient records for gaps in care and takes steps to assure that appointments are scheduled and all indicated services are delivered.
• Fully embraces and carries out all applicable NCQA Patient Centered Medical Home standards and Federally Qualified Health Center requirements.

Applicants must have a Master’s degree in nursing, an unrestricted Maine license to practice as an adult, family or pediatric nurse practitioner, as well as a U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency license. Qualifications include:

• A minimum of three years’ experience in a primary care medical practice required.
• A working knowledge of the core concepts of evidence-based practice, social and behavioral determinants of health, population-based care, integration of medical, behavioral health and dental care, and Meaningful Use of health information technology.
• Demonstrated respect for cultural diversity in serving patients and families and ability to apply critical thinking skills in performing patient assessment and care.
• Willingness to work some non-traditional hours and ability to travel between YCCAC/Nasson Health Care clinical sites.

Springvale is an iconic New England village located in western York County, Maine, less than an hour’s drive from Portland, Maine and Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Visit www.yccac.org for an application. Completed cover letter, resume, and YCCAC employment application will be accepted until March 27, 2020.

York County Community Action Corp.
6 Spruce Street, P.O. Box 72
Sanford, ME 04073
(207)324-5762 or 1-800-965-5762
Fax (207)459-2811
apply@yccac.org
EOE

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Nasson Health Care is seeking a qualified clinical leader to work collaboratively with a team of health and administrative professionals to provide comprehensive primary care to patients while utilizing the Patient-Centered Medical Home model of care delivery. The Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner:

• Provides diagnoses, conducts therapy and prescribes medication for patients with substance use disorder, psychiatric disorders and medical organic brain disorders.
• Assures access for continuity of care through appropriate referrals for sub-specialty and inpatient services and prompt follow-up of patients discharged from inpatient settings.
• Engages population health strategies to identify and address health needs among various segments of the primary care patient panel.
• Collaborates with other members of the practice team to prepare for patients’ office visits and assure that all indicated services are planned and delivered.
• Actively engages in ongoing provider panel management activities; routinely scans patient records for gaps in care and takes steps to assure that appointments are scheduled and all indicated services are delivered.
• Fully embraces and carries out all applicable NCQA Patient Centered Medical Home standards and Federally Qualified Health Center requirements.

Applicants must have a Master’s degree in nursing, an unrestricted Maine license to practice as an advance practice nurse practitioner, Board Certification as a Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner as well as a U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency license. Qualifications include:

• A minimum of three years’ experience in a psychiatric or primary care medical practice required.
• A working knowledge of the core concepts of evidence-based practice, social and behavioral determinants of health, population-based care, integration of medical, behavioral health and dental care, and Meaningful Use of health information technology.
• Demonstrated respect for cultural diversity in serving patients and families and ability to apply critical thinking skills in performing patient assessment and care.
• Willingness to work some non-traditional hours and ability to travel between YCCAC/Nasson Health Care clinical sites.

Springvale is an iconic New England village located in western York County, Maine, less than an hour’s drive from Portland, Maine and Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Visit www.yccac.org for an application. Completed cover letter, resume, and YCCAC employment application will be accepted until March 27, 2020.

York County Community Action Corp.
6 Spruce Street, P.O. Box 72
Sanford, ME 04073
(207)324-5762 or 1-800-965-5762
Fax (207)459-2811
apply@yccac.org
EOE