Good afternoon. The Healthy Start Coalition of Miami-Dade (HSCMD) wishes to share with you information about a vacant position currently open at the Coalition. Please see the following:
Maternity Care Advisor
This full time position with the MomCare Program facilitates access to prenatal care for pregnant women on Medicaid. Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in social services, health education or related field with preferred and 1-2 years’ experience in maternal, infant and child health field. Knowledge of Miami-Dade County geographic service area. Local travel, must have reliable transportation. Heavy phone work involved; therefore, excellent telephone communication skills required. Bilingual English/Creole preferred. Computer literacy is a must.
Applications Accepted Until: Position Filled
Fiscal Analyst, full-time
This position will assist the Director of Administration in general accounting to include but not limited to: compiling, reviewing and analyzing financial information; month-end and year-end closing; internal and external audit processes; budget preparation and review; billing review and verification Required: Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance; at least 3 years of relevant work experience (balance of public and private accounting experience preferred); strong PC computer skills to include advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel; excellent communication and analytical skills; ability to multi-task and manage time efficiently; ability to work independently. Local travel may be required.
Applications Accepted Until: Position Filled
This full time position is primarily responsible for provider and community outreach including private and public prenatal care providers, birthing centers and other health care providers to ensure successful implementation of the Healthy Start Program, including universal screening of pregnant women and infants in Miami-Dade County. Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in social services, health education or related field (Masters preferred) with 2-4 years’ experience. Local travel involved. Must have reliable transportation. Excellent communication skills required. Bilingual English/Creole or English/Spanish preferred. Computer literacy is a must.
Applications Accepted Until: Position Filled
Other Positions within the Maternal & Child Health Field:
Provider: Institute for Child and Family Health, Inc.
Position: Healthy Start Care Coordinator
Posting and Job Information/Location: Please click here
Feel free to forward this notice to colleagues in the field of maternal, infant and child health or who may be interested in any of the above opportunities. In addition, you may visit directly the Coalition’s website at www.hscmd.org for further information on how to apply and submit your application.
Training, Education & Outreach
Healthy Start Coalition of Miami-Dade
7205 NW 19th Street, Suite, 500
Miami, FL 33126
Phone: (305) 541-0210
Fax: (305) 541-0213
Please visit our website: www.hscmd.org
Attention: Seniors and Recent Graduates!
Have you earned or are working toward a degree in finance, accounting, economics, business administration, or a related field? If so, we would like to inform you of an exceptional opportunity to serve your nation in public service, while enjoying competitive pay and benefits. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) currently has exciting new opportunities for employment in the Corporate Employee Program (CEP). A limited number of individuals are selected each year to participate in this entry-level, three four year training opportunity as a Financial Institution Specialist. The CEP prepares FDICs workforce of Financial Institution Specialists (FISs) to be ready for rapid changes in the financial industry and resulting shifts in corporate workload. To achieve this flexibility, FISs are developed in an array of functional proficiencies so they can quickly transition to different mission-critical efforts. Financial Institution Specialists participate in the assessment of financial institutions to determine:
- safe and sound practices,
- violations of law and regulation,
- the adequacy of internal controls and procedures,
- the general character of management, and
- compliance with consumer protection, fair lending, and civil rights laws and regulations, as well as the Community Reinvestment Act.
If you are interested in participating in the FDICs Corporate Employee Program or would like more information, please visithttps://www.fdic.gov/about/jobs/servicethatcounts.html. Questions regarding the program may be directed to our Human Resource Specialists Karen Blandford at (703) 562-6424 or Jane Young at(703) 562-2790, or to our Corporate Recruitment Staff atCorporateRecruitment@FDIC.gov. Please note the final closing date for this position is Tuesday, November 24, 2015; however, submitting an application early is encouraged.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Public Trust. Personal Success.
American Parkinson Disease Association
Position Title: Program Director
Location: South Florida Chapter
Reports To: Executive Director
As a member of the chapter’s management team, the Program Director provides programmatic leadership and
serves as the key mission “expert” who develops, implements, and connects people with Parkinson disease and
their caregivers to services, and ensures education and support to healthcare professionals and the general public
to further APDA’s goals and finally to achieve its mission to Ease the Burden-Find the Cure.
The ideal candidate is familiar with the chapter’s geography and culture, has knowledge of Parkinson’s disease,
the health-care, social service and fundraising environments; has relationship-building skills and communications
strengths; and possesses ability to multi-task, deliver exceptional customer service, and utilize keen problem
Accountable for day-to-day program delivery, including the provision of information and referral
to individuals impacted by PD, facilitating the establishment and maintenance of support groups,
and coordinating educational and awareness events and health and wellness activities.
Develop and implement the chapter’s annual mission plan and budget that is consistent with
organizational priorities and the strategic plan
Execute and evaluate a Community Needs Assessment to determine service needs
Maintains a working knowledge of APDA, Parkinson disease, treatment options and health care
trends impacting our constituents
Ensure referral lists are up to date and accessible
Facilitate the distribution of educational materials in the community
Prepare, maintain and analyze contact data base reports to create metrics, strategies, and tactics
for program delivery and assessment
Ensure mission activities are on all public, newspaper and community calendars
Prepare programmatic articles for the newsletters and other communications
Identify program efficiencies and opportunities to better reach underserved communities through
provider and community outreach and ongoing program improvements
Cultivate relationships with key medical professionals in the Parkinson field
Ensures the confidentiality and security of all information
Revenue Generation and Stewardship
Research and solicit grants and sponsorship in support of educational programs, and cultivate partnerships
with other philanthropic organizations and individuals
Integrate mission elements into all events and activities
Engage patients, caregivers, and health care providers to volunteer for campaigns, donor development and
Cultivate and maintain excellent relationships with donors, funders, and stakeholders
Compile and disseminate e-news, marketing and mailings
Serve as key staff liaison to the Chapter Board, Program Committee, as well as scientific
Represent APDA by serving as spokesperson at meetings, conferences, the press/media
Serve as a community liaison at community events and meetings to promote APDA and
Master’s preferred in a health-related or social service discipline. Bachelor’s degree required.
Minimum five years experience in a healthcare, health education, social service, or related field,
designing and delivering community-based patient and caregiver programs and services, preferably in a
RELATED SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE:
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to build relationships with all
levels of volunteers and staff
Ability to acquire funding and underwriting for patient-centered programs and services
Demonstrated problem-solving and decision making skills
Ability to effectively organize time, work independently, handle confidential material, and work well
Ability to work in cross-functional teams
Willingness and ability to travel as required to perform job
Computer proficiency in database management, MS Office/Outlook, social media and marketing
Proficiency and knowledge of social media platforms, (Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Instagram)
Bi-lingual (Spanish), preferred.
Strong Problem Solving Skills
Builds Collaborative Relationships
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