Are you experienced in managing clinical services and hope to make a broad impact into the health of a community? Do you seek innovative ways to affect population health outcomes? Would you like to join a new innovative administrative team where your ideas can lead to improved health outcomes? We cannot wait to talk to you! Kenosha County (WI) is an amazingly supportive and forward-thinking community bordering Illinois, whose health department is collaboratively situated among other amazing county services such as Economic Development, Aging and Disability Resources, Veterans Affairs, and Child & Family Services.
The Clinical Services Manager supervises and directs clinical services including but not limited to Nurse Family Partnerships (NFP), Parents as Teachers (PaT), School Nurses, Reproductive Health, Well Women Program, and Communicable Diseases. This position oversees the recruitment and hiring of Registered Nurses and other staff within the Clinical Services Section of the Public Health Division under the Department of Human Services. The role assists with planning, directing, implementing, evaluating, and reporting of ongoing and new service and policy-oriented projects. This position performs under guidance from the Health Officer/Director.
The full annual earning potential for this position is $74,350 (minimum) - $103,345 (maximum). The hiring range is $74,350-$88,847.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Provide leadership and oversight to nurses and other staff for day to day operations in Clinical Services Section.
Coordinate data analysis and outcome evaluation by adhering to and integrating findings from data into organizational operations.
Assist in incorporation of ethical standards of practice as the basis of all interactions.
Promote mentoring, peer advising, and coaching for the public health workforce.
Participate in short- and long-range strategic planning and policy development.
Participate in grant writing and give oversight to the implementation and evaluation of programming to meet community needs.
Develops and implements a quality improvement plan for public health programs and services.
Establish linkages and maintain partnerships with key stakeholders.
Evaluate the effectiveness of community engagement strategies on public health policies, programs, and resources.
Negotiate for the use of community assets and resources through Memoranda of Understandings (MOUs) and other agreements.
Ensures the consideration of the role of cultural, social, and behavioral determinants in the accessibility and delivery of public health otherwise known as health equity.
Assist in the development and maintenance of fiscal planning and management, ensuring programs are managed within grant and budget constraints.
Adhere to and integrate findings from data into organizational operations to improve health for individuals, families, and communities.
Responds around the clock when a public health emergency necessitates.
Performs other work as required or assigned.
A Master’s Degree in Nursing, Public Health, Education, Health Administration, or a similar field.
Licenses or Certifications
Advanced Practice Nurse Prescriber (APNP) or Registered Nurse (RN) license preferred.
3+ years full-time clinical services or public health supervisory/managerial/
Experience in preparing accurate reports with a background in the methods of public health nursing, public health sciences, and public health programming.
OTHER JOB REQUIREMENTS
Valid driver’s license
COMPETENCIES FOR SUCCESSFUL PERFORMANCE OF JOB DUTIES
The core functions & essential services of Public Health systems.
The community health assessment data, results, and community health improvement plan.
Other core plans for public health including: Strategic Plans, Workforce Development Plans, Quality Improvement Plans, and Public Health Emergency Response Plans.
Sociological aspects of community health programs.
Community organizations and resources.
Social Determinants of Health & Health Equity.
Leadership and professional development
Critical thinking and problem solving
Establish and maintain effective relationships.
Prioritize and multi-task.
Prepare accurate and detailed records and reports.
Always remain professional and courteous.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
The position involves little to no physical demands.
If you require accommodations at any point in the selection process because of a disability, please notify Human Resources in advance for arrangements.
To learn more about the Kenosha County Health Division, please visit:
The Kenosha County Division of Health falls under the purview of the Kenosha County Department of Health and Human Services. We are a ~60 employee health department with 3 branches: environmental health (includes a robust forensic chemistry, environmental bacteriology, and clinical microbiology lab), clinical services (includes operating 3 clinic sites that cover reproductive health, communicable diseases, and urine drug screenings), and a population health (includes home visitation, lead, and other health education and policy initiatives.)
Nestled half way between Chicago and Milwaukee, Kenosha County has amazing collaborative partners that keep the health department in tune with a broader health effort.