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School Consultant

Recruitment #121109-UNCZ-14

Introduction

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To apply, please follow the directions below:

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: 

By closing time/date of the job posting, all applicants must ensure delivery of the required documentation (as specified below) to demonstrate they meet the minimum qualifications.

Proof of education, certification, or licensure: Provide copies of an official diploma or transcript in order to demonstrate possession of the expressed education from applicant’s resume or the required education for the position; provide a copy of required certification and/or licensure.

Applicants with current or previous state service submit the following:
• a letter of interest that must include the title and PIN of the position;
• a resume;
• a copy of the last two completed performance evaluations (If you cannot meet this requirement, then please provide an explanation with your application.); and
• proof of education, certification, or licensure required for the position before the closing time/date.

E-Mail:  PersonnelServices92A@health.ok.gov
Fax:    “Attn: Applications” at (405) 271-4994
Mail:    Office of Human Resources
         Oklahoma State Department of Health
         1000 NE 10th St
         Oklahoma City, OK 73117

Applicants with no prior state service submit the following:
• a letter of interest that must include the title and PIN of the position;
• a resume; and
• proof of education, certification, or licensure required for the position.

E-Mail: PersonnelServices92A@health.ok.gov
Fax:   “Attn: Applications” at (405) 271-4994
Mail:   Office of Human Resources
        Oklahoma State Department of Health
        1000 NE 10th St
        Oklahoma City, OK 73117

Effective January 1, 2011 new employees to the Oklahoma State Department of Health will be placed on a bi-weekly payroll system.

Reference PIN 34002757 – Regional Health Consultant (School Consultant)

Salary:
$1,669.12 Bi-weekly (based on education and experience)

Description:
This position will work to reduce obesity and tobacco use, including related chronic diseases, by improving environmental and systemic changes through policy and programming in the school and school sponsored settings.  This position will serve as the School Specialist providing consultation to schools with a primary focus on after school programs statewide.

Duties include, but are not limited to:
• Serve as the lead for school and after school initiatives.
• Provides consultations to schools and school associated stakeholders statewide to determine assets, deficits, resources and gaps.
• Conducts an assessment of current school and after school programs statewide which are utilizing best/promising practices.
• Directs or oversees school and after school planning, implementation and evaluation of interventions based on best practices.
• Provides leadership, training and technical assistance to school-based interventions to ensure that they are based on best practices and current evidence.
• Advises on school and after school surveillance needs across all populations.
• Serves on task groups, coalitions and advisory groups to provide consultation regarding school based activities and interventions.
• Develops grant reports, presentations and other reports related to program activities, indicators and outcomes.
• Serves on a multi-disciplinary team for affecting the obesity and tobacco prevention program activities, data collection, analysis and processes to affect change.

Education and Work Experience:
Requirements include a bachelor’s degree in education, health education, public health, community health, or other related field.  Experience in school settings and experience in assisting and advising programming through technical assistance, training, or consultation within a community or statewide intervention preferred.
 
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 
Requirements consist of knowledge of the theory and methods of public health community/population based interventions; of the socio-ecological model, of the school and after school environments and public health; and of social and behavioral principals of change and systems change.  Must be able to demonstrate skills and ability in planning, implementing and evaluating public health school-based interventions; planning, organizing, and implementing assessment tools; critical thinking in areas of systems and systems change; prepare presentations, and serve as member of a multi-disciplinary team.  Ability to demonstrate competence in group facilitation, collaboration and coalition building is required, as well as demonstrable computer expertise in Microsoft Office products.

Other:
Position requires possible response to public health emergencies including, but not limited to, natural disasters, disease outbreaks, or catastrophic events.   The Oklahoma State Department of Health is tobacco free.  Employees are prohibited from using tobacco products throughout all indoor and outdoor areas of premises under the control of the Oklahoma State Department of Health, in all vehicles on those premises, and in state vehicles in use for OSDH business anywhere.  Applicants may be subject to a background check.

Conclusion

Veteran’s preference points apply only for initial appointment in the classified service.



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