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For the most recent information about open positions at the Health Department, visit the Washtenaw County jobs page.
Come join our Emergency Preparedness team and help keep Washtenaw County safe! We're hiring two health educators to help protect our community before, during, and after emergencies.
Among other projects, one of these health educators will be working on volunteer coordination and the other will be working on community preparedness and resilience. If you have a specific interest in one of these, please indicate so in your application. You only need to apply once for either posting. Learn more and apply at https://bit.ly/ep8975 or https://bit.ly/ep5323 by May 16!
We're looking for a part-time, temporary Health Educator to work on our Wish You Knew youth mental health campaign! Experience with youth mental health, communications, graphic design, or outreach is preferred. This team member will work up to 20 hours a week through April 2024. View the job description and apply by 5/16: https://bit.ly/wyk523
The Healthy Neighborhoods Team works with individuals and families to help community members get the care they need.
Case Manager: Looking for a social worker with case management experience to assist with complex social service and medical system navigation https://bit.ly/hntcm55
Two Community Health Workers: Looking for folks that know and love their community, are natural problem solvers and are invested in helping others navigate access to food and necessities. Hiring for 2 positions - you only need to apply once for either posting. https://bit.ly/hntchw12 or https://bit.ly/hntchw32
The deadline to apply for each of these positions is 5/16! Please share with people who want to join a great team of passionate community health advocates.
We're hiring two Community Health Analysts! These roles use data, project management, and community engagement skills to improve public health in our community.
Among other projects, one of these analysts will be working on an immigrant health assessment and the other will be working on developing an academic health department partnership. If you have a specific interest in one of these, please indicate so in your application. You only need to apply once for either posting Learn more and apply at https://bit.ly/chawc541 or https://bit.ly/chawc542 by May 16!
The Maternal Infant Health Program (MIHP) is a home visiting program for pregnant women and infants up to 12 months old who have Medicaid insurance. Social workers, nurses, and dietitians work together to provide supportive services to these individuals. We currently have openings for one full-time and two part-time MIHP social workers: Social Worker (part time), Social Worker (full time), Social Worker (part time)
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