MPA Job list- 8 jobs

Juli Genovesi juli.genovesi at csbs.utah.edu
Mon Sep 29 16:11:06 MDT 2003


AUDITOR'S OFFICE

Staff Auditor I: $35,651 ANNUAL SALARY (Step 49). Utah State
Auditor's Office, 211 State Capitol, Salt Lake City, UT 84114.
Performs professional entry level auditing duties for financial and
compliance audits of state departments and agencies and institutions of
higher education; audits fiscal practices to assure conformity to fiscal
policies; analyzes and determines the effectiveness of internal control
procedures; verifies deposits of monies and examines reports; and audits
agency payrolls to determine correctness of records. Desired
Preferences: Preference given for Master's Degree in accounting,
finance, or business administration with an undergraduate degree in
accounting or CPA certification. To be considered for this position:
Submit a resume, Utah Skill Match Cover Sheet and complete college
transcripts to the Utah State Auditor's Office, 211 State Capitol,
Salt Lake City, UT 84114. If you have any questions, please contact
Kimberly Diamond-Smith from DHRM at 801-538-9629. Closing Date:
10/10/03

ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

Information Technology Director, IA31, $28.69 per hour, salary range
step 68-step 85.  Department of Environmental Quality, 168 North 1950
West, SLC, UT.  This is a career service (merit) exempt position which
serves "at will" of the Executive Director.  Position includes a
benefits package consisting of medical insurance, dental insurance, life
insurance, long-term disability insurance, state non-contributory
retirement plan and paid leave.   Develops and coordinates plans and
policies, resources, and mission as well as goals, vision, and
expectations of agency or program; prepares and updates Information
Technology plans and priorities.  Audits and reviews Information
Technology systems and practices to ensure compliance with procedures,
regulations and standards.  Develops or modifies department information
technology rules, policies or standards.  Participates in establishing
direction, goals, and policies related to department information
technology functions.  Meets with agency managers and directors to
determine needs and challenges. Directs and coordinates the development
and execution of related programs and operating budgets.   Evaluates
software and hardware products for possible purchase.  Meets with
vendors on new and existing products, evaluates usefulness and cost of
products and make recommendations.  Provides technical assistance on
agency ITS issues, services, program(s), and/or computer hardware and
software.  Determines the resources needed to plan and implement IT
applications.  Discuss requirements with end users and provides software
suggestions and recommendations to users to help them understand
potential limitations and challenges.  Supervises subordinate personnel
including: hiring, determining workload and delegating assignments,
training, monitoring and evaluating performance, and initiating
corrective or disciplinary actions.  Represents the department on IT
committees and workshops on a State level.  Support the Department of
Environmental Quality's mission by providing DEQ, regulated entities and
the public with simple access to accurate information that answers
environmental questions and improves the was DEQ does business.  Job
Requirements/skills: Knowledge of IT agency and organizational programs;
Knowledge of principles, theories, and practices of computer science;
Knowledge of computer hardware and system development; Knowledge of
programming languages; Knowledge of design and maintenance of a computer
database.  Skill and/or ability to: Speak clearly, concisely and
effectively; listen to, and understand information and ideas;
Communicate information and ideas clearly, and concisely, in writing;
read and understand information presented in writing; Supervise others
by assigning/directing work; conducting employee evaluations, staff
training and development, taking appropriate disciplinary/corrective
action, making hiring/termination recommendations; Establish objectives
and specify the strategies and actions to achieve these objectives;
Assess organizational needs such as staffing, training, security; use
State or agency-specific software application program(s). Commit to
teamwork and partnership in implementing programs; Prepare and implement
budget and external contracts; Demonstrate leadership skills developed
through on the job experience and formal leadership training.  To apply:
 If you do not have a current resume and Utah Skill Match Cover Sheet in
the Utah Skill Match database please submit both to the Department of
Human Resource Management, State Office Building, Suite 2120, P.O. Box
141531, Salt Lake City, UT  84114-1531 or email both as attachments to
utahskill at utah.gov.  Copies of the Utah Skill Match Cover Sheet can
be downloaded at www.dhrm.utah.gov.  In addition, please contact
Charlene Lamph, Department of Environmental Quality Human Resources, at
clamph at utah.gov, or 801-536-4413 or P O Box 144810, SLC UT 
84114-4810, or 168 N 1950 W, SLC UT  84116 on or before 5:00 p.m.October
10, 2003.  Opening date:  September 29, 2003 closing date: October 10,
2003

HEALTH

Epidemiologist I (Health Program Specialist III) (Schedule AL -
"At-will" with benefits) - Salary: $17.14 - $27.18 hourly (Step: 49-66).
Department of Health - Division of Epidemiology and Laboratory Services,
Disease and Outbreak Management Program - Price (serving Tri-County and
Southeast Districts). Surveillance and reporting of diseases and
conditions. Analyze surveillance data to identify outbreaks,
characterize trends and target interventions. Provide epidemiologic
consultation and technical expertise to local health departments,
physicians, laboratories and the public. Conduct disease interviews and
outbreak investigations. Provide education, training and consultation to
infection control practitioners, MDs, RNs, law enforcement and others
regarding disease control and reporting, especially including
Bioterrorism agents. Evaluate timeliness of disease reporting,
investigation and other epidemiologic projects. JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Knowledge of epidemiologic concepts and techniques. Knowledge of disease
causality, modes of transmission and control measure. Knowledge of
computer systems. Knowledge of epidemiology and biostatistics. Ability
to analyze data using statistical software. Ability to communicate
technical information. PREFERENCE: Preference will be given to
applicants with a MPH and experience in epidemiology. TO APPLY: If you
do not have a current resume and Utah Skill Match Cover Sheet in the
Utah Skill Match database, please submit both to the Department of Human
Resource Management, State Office Building, Suite 2120, PO Box 141531,
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-1531 OR email both as attachments to
utahskill at utah.gov. Copies of the Utah Skill Match Cover Sheet can be
downloaded at dhrm.utah.gov. In addition, please send email to
healthjobs at utah.gov or call the Health Job Interest Line at (801)
538-9155 - Please specify Ref. #1224. Opening date: 7/3/2003 Closing
date: When Filled

Health Program Specialist II - Salary: $13.79 - $18.09 hourly (Step:
41-51) - Utah Department of Health - Division of Community and Family
Health Services, Health Promotion - 288 N. 1460 W. Salt Lake City, UT
Provide nutrition and weight management education; develop presentations
and training on topics related to employee wellness; write nutrition and
general health articles for publication on websites and in agency
newsletters; assist agencies in establishing wellness councils and in
creating health promotion policies and environmental changes in their
agencies; provide support and assistance in all services and programs
offered by Healthy Utah. JOB REQUIREMENTS: Knowledge of chronic disease
risk factors; experience and knowledge in conducting nutrition
education; effective training and presentation skills; skills in
counseling and behavior change; expertise in writing health-related
articles for publication; ability to collaborate; skills in time and
project management. Preference will be given to applicants with
credentials and/or experience in nutrition education. TO APPLY: If you
do not have a current resume and Utah Skill Match Cover Sheet in the
Utah Skill Match database, please submit both to the Department of Human
Resource Management, State Office Building, Suite 2120, PO Box 141531,
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-1531 OR email both as attachments to
utahskill at utah.gov. Copies of the Utah Skill Match Cover Sheet can be
downloaded at www.dhrm.utah.gov. In addition, please send email to
healthjobs at utah.gov or call the Health Job Interest Line at (801)
538-9155 - Please specify Ref. #4251-B. Only applicants selected for an
interview will be contacted. Opening date: 09/22/2003 Closing date:
10/03/2003

Health Program Specialist II: (May Underfill at Level I).  Salary:
$13.79 - $24.38 hourly, Level I: $11.10 - $19.63 hourly.  Department of
Health, Division of Health Care Financing, Bureau of Eligibility
Services, Pioneer Valley Hospital, 3460 S 4155 W, West Valley, UT.   Job
Summary: Interview clients to assess needs, goals and accurately
determine eligibility for the Children's Health Insurance Program and
various Medical Assistance programs; explain programs and eligibility
criteria; determine Medicaid eligibility and authorize benefits in
accordance with policies and procedures; interpret complex policies and
regulations; educate clients on the HMO options and matches HMO to
private insurance; explain and answer questions on proper use of the
Medicaid card; use complex computer information system to assure
accurate and timely authorization of benefits and services; correct and
process incorrect issuance and service authorizations; identify
appropriate programs for each household member and refer clients to
other community agencies when appropriate; answer questions and resolve
client concerns with HMO's; use policies and regulations to interpret
legal and financial documents; provide assistance to clients in crisis
situations, coordinate with medical providers and other health care
professional in the community to assist clients in accessing other
community resources and support services;  assist other workers in
handling difficult, complex or adverse cases.  Must be able to speak,
read and write in Spanish.   Job Requirements/Skills: Knowledge of
interviewing techniques; agency and community resources and services;
applicable laws, rules, regulations and/or policies and procedures;
research methods, techniques, and/or sources of information; agency
and/or organizational program(s).  Ability to use automated software
applications; speak clearly, concisely and effectively; listen to, and
understand information and ideas as presented verbally; use logic to
analyze or identify underlying principles, reasons, or facts associated
with information or data to draw conclusions; communicate information
and ideas clearly, and concisely, in writing; read and understand
information presented in writing; provide individual, group and/or
family counseling.  Spanish Speaking Helpful.  Preference for: LEVEL II:
1 year Medicaid eligibility experience.  LEVEL I: Bachelors' degree.  OR
4 years experience advising people, and processing claims, loans, or
other services at a paraprofessional level or higher; or an equivalent
combination of education and related experience.  OR 2 years experience
with Medicaid eligibility process while working in a Medicaid
Eligibility office.  OR 4 years combination of education and related
experience described above.   TO APPLY: If you do not have a current
resume and Utah Skill Match Cover Sheet in the Utah Skill Match
database, please submit both to the Department of Human Resource
Management, State Office Building, Suite 2120, P.O. Box 141531, Salt
Lake City, UT 84114-1531 OR both as attachments to utahskill at utah.gov. 
In addition, please call the Health Job Line at (801) 538-9155 or send a
email to HEALTHJOBS at utah.gov.   Reference #5530.  Opening date: 9/29/03
Closing date: 10/03/03.

Health Program Specialist III Position is Schedule "AL" (at-will
w/benefits) Salary: $17.14 - $27.18 (Step: 49-66) - Utah Department of
Health - Division of Community and Family Health Services, Bureau of
Maternal and Child Health, Immunization Program - 288 N 1460 W Salt Lake
City, UT. Supports and provides services in the operation of the
smallpox vaccination program and emergency preparedness programs/plans;
compiles statistics and reports for local, state and federal agencies;
prepare information for dissemination to local health departments and
the public; coordinate and provide services related to Vaccine Adverse
Event Reports. JOB REQUIREMENTS: Ability to provide technical assistance
to professionals and public related to all vaccination program
components, preparedness plans and state immunization rules and laws;
assist regional areas/communities/LHD in developing and evaluating
community pandemic preparedness plans; coordinate and complete assigned
reports; assess, plan and implement in-service education/training;
maintain a system to document and report adverse events specified in the
NCVIA; develop information and presentations for public and provider
information and education. PREFERENCE: Experience in nursing, vaccine
management, knowledge of grant development and emergency preparedness.
TO APPLY: If you do not have a current resume and Utah Skill Match Cover
Sheet in the Utah Skill Match database, please submit both to the
Department of Human Resource Management, State Office Building, Suite
2120, PO Box 141531, Salt Lake City, UT 84114-1531 OR email both as
attachments to utahskill at utah.gov. Copies of the Utah Skill Match Cover
Sheet can be downloaded at www.dhrm.utah.gov. In addition, please send
email to healthjobs at utah.gov or call the Health Job Interest Line at
(801) 538-9155 - Please specify Ref. #4452-B. Only applicants selected
for an interview will be contacted. Opening date: 9/21/2003 Closing
date: Until filled

Information Analyst II (Schedule AL - "At-will w/benefits) Salary:
$15.80 - 27.18 hourly. (Step: 46-66) - Utah Department of Health -
Division of Community and Family Health Services, Bureau of Health
Promotion - Salt Lake City. Coordinate the development of new
information systems and administer existing information resources
utilizing computer technology when appropriate for HDSPP's various
programs. Analyze, interpret and summarize data collected from multiple
sources using appropriate statistical techniques. Assist in writing
summaries/reports of the data findings and disseminate to partners and
stakeholders. Using the data, make recommendations to guide program
planning and evaluation, including identifying priority populations,
determining program indicators and tracking those indicators. Assist
with literature reviews to identify evidence based primary and secondary
interventions and stay current on the latest scientific research. JOB
REQUIREMENTS: Ability to use computer relational database software.
Ability to synthesize information requirements and determine appropriate
software for an information system. Ability to find, gather and collect
information or data. Ability to communicate information and ideas
clearly, and concisely in writing. Excellent verbal and written
communication skills. Ability to effectively communicate with program
staff. PREFERENCE: A degree in statistics or related course
work/experience using statistical methodology. TO APPLY: If you do not
have a current resume and Utah Skill Match Cover Sheet in the Utah Skill
Match database, please submit both to the Department of Human Resource
Management, State Office Building, Suite 2120, PO Box 141531, Salt Lake
City, UT 84114-1531 OR email both as attachments to utahskill at utah.gov.
Copies of the Utah Skill Match Cover Sheet can be downloaded at
www.dhrm.utah.gov. In addition, please send email to
healthjobs at utah.gov or call the Health Job Interest Line at (801)
538-9155 - Please specify Ref. #4234A. Only applicants selected for an
interview will be contacted. Opening date: 9/15/2003 Closing date: When
Filled

Research Analyst III (Schedule AL - "At-will w/benefits) Salary: $13.79
- $20.72 hourly (Step: 41-56) - Department of Health, Division of
Community and Family Health Services, Data Resource Program - SLC. Serve
as the data analyst/epidemiologist for the WIC and Immunization
programs. Design and conduct research projects. Provide epidemiological
consultation to program staff. Prepare reports summarizing findings from
data, examples of WIC Client Satisfaction Survey, Nutrition Surveillance
System Immunization Population Survey and grant application. Coordinate
research activities within the programs. Compile, analyze and interpret
data and other information. Use statistical software to analyze data.
Conduct library research. JOB REQUIREMENTS: Knowledge and skill in
statistics, epidemiology and public health surveillance. Must have
understanding of research design, data collection and data analysis
methods. Knowledge and skill in database management techniques. Ability
to communicate effectively in both verbal and written forms, interpret
and evaluate program effectiveness, and interact professionally with
peers in a collaborative setting. Proficiency in Excel, Access,
PowerPoint and MSWord. Some knowledge in SAS or SPSS. PREFERENCE:
Bachelor's degree in social or behavioral sciences with experience in
public health data analysis, statistics or related fields with a strong
focus on analytic skills. TO APPLY: If you do not have a current resume
and Utah Skill Match Cover Sheet in the Utah Skill Match database,
please submit both to the Department of Human Resource Management, State
Office Building, Suite 2120, PO Box 141531, Salt Lake City, UT
84114-1531 OR email both as attachments to utahskill at utah.gov. Copies of
the Utah Skill Match Cover Sheet can be downloaded at www.dhrm.utah.gov.
In addition, please send email to healthjobs at utah.gov or call the Health
Job Interest Line at (801) 538-9155 - Please specify Ref. #4452. Only
applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. Opening date:
9/22/2003 Closing date: Until filled



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