Employment Opportunities

Amani Grace Homecare

Community Health Worker

Community Health Worker

Job Location(s): US-MI-Flint

Job ID 2020-1545: Category Resident Services Shifts Various (Days, Afternoons, Midnights, Weekends)

Type: Full Time (40+) per week


The Community Health Worker (CHW) will work to promote, maintain and improve the health of local residents. The CHW will work closely with the patients’ medical providers, care teams and other agencies to improve patient care outcomes. They will facilitate access to community services by connecting them to the vulnerable patient population, and will navigate patients to additional services such as mental health counseling, nutritional counseling and clean water resources.

General responsibilities

  • Establish trusting relationships with patients and their families as they work collaboratively and effectively with the Hamilton clinical team.
  • Provide ongoing interviewing, goal setting and follow-up for patients and their families.
  • Effectively communicate Hamilton’s mission in establishing relationships with medical staff and patients
  • Act as patient advocate and liaison between the patients and community service agencies.
  • Assist patients in overcoming barriers to obtaining needed medical care and/or social services.
  • Connect patients with transportation resources when appropriate.
  • Work with Customer Service Representatives to assist with the completion of required information such as enrollment, eligibility determination and overall follow-up. Assist in the completion of applications and registration forms when needed in order to expedite care.
  • Record and track patient care management information. Assess patient information to identify patterns and/or trends.
  • Maintain knowledge of community resources to assist in meeting the needs of Hamilton patients and their families.
  • Provide referrals for community services as appropriate.
  • Assist patients in the development of health management plans and personal care goals. Coach patients in effective management of their chronic health conditions and self-care. Motivate patients to be active and engaged in their health care.
  • Attend regular staff meetings, trainings and other meetings as required.
  • Attend and participate in all appropriate meetings and training opportunities in order to keep informed on current information and skill development.
  • Follow established policies and procedures including but not limited to:
    • Presbyterian Villages policies and procedures.
    • Safety policies and procedures.
    • Federal, state and local regulations.
  • All other duties as assigned


Education: High School Diploma required

Experience: Two (2) or more years’ experience working in a clinical environment.

Computer Skills:  Must be able to operate a computer Proficient in Microsoft Office Software

Certificates & Licenses:  Successful completion of a Community Health Worker formal training program such as from a college or other educational institution preferred.

Other Requirements:  Ability to work flexible hours including occasional evenings and weekends



Please apply directly on company website at https://careers-pvm.icims.com/jobs/intro



Kigali, Rwanda - Global Health Intern, Health Office, United States Agency for International Development

The Global Health Intern (6 months) will be exposed to all the technical areas in which the Health Office (HO) works including HIV/AIDS; Malaria; Nutrition; Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH); Family Planning (FP) and Reproductive Health (RH); Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (MNCH); One Health (OH); and Health Systems Strengthening (HSS). The Intern will work with Health Office (HO) sub-teams to review and edit technical documents, and work with communications experts to prepare and finalize HO fact sheets for each technical activity and overarching HO fact briefers for high-level visitors, courtesy calls and other audiences. Required: Currently enrolled masters or other post-bachelor’s degree candidate at public health or completion of such within the past 12 months, US citizenship or US permanent residency required. All applicants are required to apply for this position through STAR’s online recruitment system at recruitment.ghstar.org, which allows you to create a profile and upload a CV/resume and cover letter. All online applications must be submitted by March 11, 2020 by 5:00 pm Eastern time.  The full internship posting can be found https://recruitment.ghstar.org/positionDetail.html?pid=203&fbclid=IwAR266aCLejuZi2oWHjVx1_CjCHZc7vptooXQAInRnyCX8GHloY6UL8cK-aI. Interested individuals should feel free to contact Rachel Mases at STAR with questions at rmases@ghstar.org.



Atlanta, GA - CDC Evaluation Fellowship

The CDC Evaluation Fellowship Program is intended to be a two-year program, with the second year being contingent on satisfactory performance and availability of funds. Fellows become CDC employees (Term FTE) for the duration of the Fellowship and receive employee benefits, such as medical insurance and sick and vacation leave. Salary is based on education level and experience. Fellows are doctoral or master’s degree professionals with backgrounds in evaluation, behavioral and social sciences, public health, and other disciplines relevant to CDC’s work. Successful applicants bring diverse experience, having worked on several applied program evaluation projects in non-profit, governmental, and/or academic settings. Once at CDC, they take on a variety of projects in areas of program evaluation, evaluation capacity building, performance monitoring, and program design.  Fellows also receive substantial financial support for professional development. There is an informational webinar on February 19, 2020 at 12:00-1:00 pm EST (details on the website) and the deadline to apply is March 31, 2020. The full posting and application instructions can be found at https://www.cdc.gov/eval/fellowship/index.htm 


The William Davidson Institute at The University of Michigan

Ann Arbor, MI - Several Positions Available at The William Davidson Institute at The University of Michigan:

At WDI, we serve both profit-seeking and non-profit firms by creatively applying business skills in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). We do this by a) conducting research and working with local partners to develop business models that are profitable in LMICs, and b) transferring business knowledge to decision makers operating in LMICs. We work with organizations focused on the education, energy, financial and healthcare sectors. We also offer management education programs, and measurement and evaluation services. The following positions are currently open: Director, Energy Sector; Director, Finance Sector; Research Associate; and Research Lead, Healthcare.

For more information on each of these positions and how to apply, please click here

Michigan Community Health Worker Alliance (MiCHWA) Executive Director

The Michigan Community Health Worker Alliance (MiCHWA) is a statewide, collaborative Michigan 501c3 non-profit organization with the mission to promote and sustain the integration of community health workers (CHWs) into Michigan’s health and human service systems through coordinated changes in policy and workforce development. The Center for Healthcare Research and Transformation currently serves as its fiduciary and host organization. However, MiCHWA and this position will be moving outside of CHRT and the University of Michigan within the next 3 months. MiCHWA is directed by a Board of Directors. 

Nature of the Position 

This limited term position reports to and works in partnership with the MiCHWA Board, with overall responsibility for the planning, implementation, administration and management of MiCHWA’s programs, services and systems, and fiscal resources and supervises its staff. This position provides leadership, vision, and direction for MiCHWA and, works with the Board to develop and oversees implementation of organizational strategy. The Executive Director implements policies approved by the Board. The Executive Director represents the organization in the community, engaging community members, raising awareness of community health workers (CHWs) among stakeholders, and helping to inform public policy affecting CHWs. 

Essential Functions: 

  • Maintains MiCHWA's compliance with Federal regulations needed to maintain MiCHWA as a 501(c)3 public benefit nonprofit organization. 
  • Maintains a positive relationship with existing and future partners and fiscal sponsors. 
  • Provide leadership to expand MiCHWA’s statewide activities 
  • Provide leadership for planning and executing MiCHWA strategic and sustainability plans, including expanding fiscal and other resources support needed to sustain and develop MiCHWA 
  • Identify opportunities and develop grants and contracts that support MiCHWA’s activities 
  • Ensure effective systems to track and communicate MiCHWA’s progress to the Board, funders, and other constituents. 
  • Ensure alignment around MiCHWA’s strategic goals among Board, staff, partners, allies and stakeholders; recommend timelines and resources needed to achieve strategic goals 
  • Guide and supervise MiCHWA staff 
  • Ensure an appropriate accounting system and adherence to financial management best practices including: developing and managing a Board-approved annual budget and developing financial statements for Board review. 
  • Ensure successful execution and management of MiCHWA’s grants and contracts 

Position Duties:

Board Partnership:

  • Works with the Board chair and Executive Committee) to: 

    • Support the development of the Board and individual Board members, especially CHWs 
    • Develop annual goals and objectives for MiCHWA subject to board discussion, review and approval; support development of MiCHWA Work Group goals and objectives 
    • Identify key issues for Board deliberation 
    • Develop agendas for Board meetings; ensure that all agenda items have adequate input from subcommittees and work groups; and ensure that materials that facilitate Board analysis of issues and decision making are provided for Board meetings in a complete and timely manner 
    • Provides regular, timely internal financial statements to the Board that compare performance to budget and to the previous year or other benchmark Arrange for documentation of the deliberations of all Board meetings. 
    • Oversee administration of Board meetings and actions
    • Track all recommended Board actions and maintain a reporting process to the Board. 

Leadership, Management and Administration of MiCHWA Programs and Operations: 

  • Direct the development of MiCHWA’s strategic plan for achieving its mission, goals and objectives, including an annual plan of work to be approved by the Board 
  • Assure implementation of the strategic and annual plan, overseeing the development, implementation, and evaluation of programs and services that support the mission, goals and objectives 
  • Oversee grants and contracts to assure compliance with fiscal and programmatic grant and contract requirements, complying with all local, state, and federal legal requirements 

Fiscal and Resource Planning and Management:

  • Develops projections and works with the Board to develop and implement a fiscal sustainability plan to assure adequate cash flow to meet organizational needs, in accordance with MiCHWA’s mission, goals and objectives.
  • In partnership with the Board of Directors and staff, establish and implement fundraising goals to support existing program operations and growth (e.g., grants, contracts, sponsorships, donations). 
  • Implements Sustainability Plans 
  • Formulates annual and other budgets, prepares regular budget and expenditure reports to the Board and makes financial decisions consistent with the budget as approved by the Board. 
  • Maintains an accounting system that meets all federal, state and local compliance standards. 
  • Conducts multiyear financial analysis, analyzing trends, and engaging the board in strategic discussions about financial stability and sustainability, including the development of adequate operating reserves 
  • Leads fundraising efforts, including supporting the Board’s involvement in fundraising, cultivating and soliciting donors and implementing fundraising plans and policies approved by the Board. 
  • Prepares and submits grant and contract applications and other funding proposals as appropriate 

Staff Management and Organizational Culture:

  • Develops a staffing structure that supports the efficient delivery of programs and services, accomplishment of major goals identified in the strategic plan, and effective overall management 
  • Leads, coaches, develops, recruits, and retains a high-performing staff team; ensure performance feedback and staff development opportunities. 
  • Fosters and serves as a model for a healthy organizational culture that is rooted in MiCHWA’s core values; nurture a workplace that welcomes diversity and promotes work-life balance. 
  • Ensures appropriate systems and practices to encourage and celebrate the contributions of volunteers. 
  • Develops and ensures that personnel procedures are consistent with MiCHWA’s Employee Handbook; develop an Employee Manual for MiCHWA once it is established as a nonprofit organization. 

External relations (organization and public):

  • Building positive relationships with MiCHWA Work Groups, current and prospective partner organizations, CHW employing organizations and other stakeholders, governmental entities, policymakers, media, and others 
  • Serves as chief spokesperson and organizational liaison for MiCHWA, responsible for representing MiCHWA, including public relations, participating in key associations and organizations, serving on committees and advisory groups, and speaking in public settings about the CHW profession, CHW education, training, and registry; and about MiCHWA. 
  • Maintains and ensures the quality of the MiCHWA Website, Registry, and external communications 

Required Qualifications and Expectations 

  • Knowledge, experience with, and commitment to the promotion and sustainability of the community health worker profession, including experience with CHW-related policies, financing, training and employers in Michigan 
  • Familiarity with health care policy and financing in Michigan
  • Commitment to promotion of social justice and public health through policy and systems change 
  • Experience with strategic program and fiscal planning and implementation; administration and management of programs, services, systems and fiscal resources; knowledge of public policy development 
  • Master’s degree or equivalent in a health, human services, policy, management or related field 
  • Excellent writing skills, including experience developing grant proposals and reports 
  • Excellent oral communication skills, including presentations and facilitation 
  • Excellent interpersonal skills; skill in networking and relationship building; ability to develop and maintain rapport with diverse stakeholders including CHWs, MiCHWA’s Board members, staff, public officials, leaders and staff of stakeholder organizations and community members 
  • Experience and confidence in providing leadership and managing multiple, simultaneous projects and initiatives 
  • Ability to handle changes, challenges and conflict in a positive and graceful manner 
  • Knowledge and ability to work with systems needed to accomplish MiCHWA’s goals 
  • Experience working in a team environment, and taking direction for the MiCHWA Board 
  • Experience supervising diverse staff 
  • Willingness and ability to travel frequently throughout the state of Michigan and occasional national travel 

Preferred Qualifications and Expectations: 

  • 5 years of experience in nonprofit management, with at least 2 years at an executive staff level

Qualitative Research Interviewer and Analyst

The Center for Clinical Management Research at the VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System is seeking a full-time Qualitative Research Interviewer/Analyst to work on several health services research studies. 

Job Description:
The Qualitative Research Interviewer/Analyst will contribute in a meaningful way to our timely research studies by conducting semi-structured interviews of Veteran-patients, healthcare providers, and health system leadership as well as managing data, working with a senior qualitative methodologist to analyze interviews, performing data analysis using NVivo software, compiling findings for reports and presentation, conducting literature reviews and contributing to manuscripts. The Qualitative Research Interviewer/Analyst will be part of research teams and will be involved in other aspects of the studies as needed. The Qualitative Research Interviewer/Analyst may work on projects which may involve qualitative techniques such as focus groups, panels, observation, and deliberative democracy. 

Master’s degree in public health or social science (or related field). Knowledge of and experience with qualitative research techniques and data analysis. Experience conducting semi-structured interviews. Prefer experience working with patients and/or healthcare providers.  Must be a self-starter, able to work independently, and able to work on multiple projects simultaneously. We are looking for someone who enjoys what they do! U.S. citizenship is required.

Qualitative Research Interviewer/Analyst, Center for Clinical Management Research, VA Medical Center, Ann Arbor, MI.  Full-time. Salary range $58,092 - $75,521 commensurate with experience.  Benefits included. Start date: immediately.  

E-mail a cover letter and resume to Claire Robinson at Claire.Robinson@va.gov 


Assistant in Research

Assistant in Research
UM Medical School

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Job Description

Michigan has experienced a 28% increase in drug overdose deaths in the past 2 years, surpassing motor vehicle deaths. In response to this public health crisis, the innovative System for Opioid Overdose Surveillance (SOS) was developed to monitor opioid overdoses in near real-time. SOS provides near real-time mapping of non-fatal and fatal overdose cases, as well as aggregate data briefs, to facilitate timely public health and public safety response. 

The student in this position will have the opportunity to work with the Genesee County Medical Examiner's Office on data abstracting and processing of suspected drug related deaths. Tasks include, but are not limited to, reviewing daily case files, processing data, and reviewing toxicology results. Data collected will be incorporated into the SOS project, with the ultimate goal of reducing opioid overdose deaths. 

The student is expected to work at the Genesee County Medical Examiner's Office in Flint, MI. 

Job Requirements

Undergraduate or graduate student at the University of Michigan interested in the project topic. Student must be available to travel to the Genesee County Medical Examiner's Office in Flint, MI 1-2 times per week. 

Available Openings 1
Hours 8.0 to 20.0 hours per week
Hourly Rate $10.00/hour to $14.00/hour, Depends on level of education and experience
Time Frame Fall/Winter/Spring/Summer
Contact Name Amanda Ashley Kogowski
Contact Email amandkog@med.umich.edu

Foster Care Specialist



Employee is responsible to complete and oversee a variety of professional assignments to children and families in the State of Michigan Foster Care System.


  • Acts as a representative for child welfare services in the community.
  • Participates in community and professional coalition efforts to advocate child welfare services.
  • Mandated Reporter: report any suspected unsafe living conditions for children.
  • Informs Child Welfare Director or designee of any clients and/or families who are experiencing child abuse, neglect, and suicidal or homicidal symptoms.
  • Assists in coordination of foster care placements.
  • Assures medical, social, and psychological care is provided to foster children.
  • Attends all court hearings and meetings associated with assigned cases.
  • Testifies in court on progress and services rendered to children and families.
  • Prepare legal documents, petitions and forms.
  • Presents assessment, service plans at pre-dispositional and dispositional hearings.
  • Must write accurate and timely case service plans: Initial Service Plan and quarterly Updated Service Plans.
  • Develops plans and find resources to address clients’ and families’ problems in housing, counseling, and other areas and monitors services provided.
  • Required to visit foster child monthly.
  • Required to visit biological parents quarterly.
  • Facilitate parenting time of child and parent.
  • Assists foster parents, biological parents in providing appropriate care to children.
  • Attends and completes annual in-service trainings as required.
  • Participates in rotational child welfare staff on-call.
  • Review all cases and prepares them for Audit.
  • Organizes daily work and outlines priorities based on department needs and deadlines.
  • Participates in creating and documenting workflows and processes.
  • Receives cross-training on various child welfare job assignments and substitutes for other child welfare employees as required.
  • Attends staff meetings and training sessions as required.
  • Performs job related duties as required for department/program operations. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by an individual in this position. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all duties that may be performed. All duties and responsibilities are judged to be essential functions in the terms of the Americans With Disabilities Act or ADA.


  • Bachelor degree in Social Work, Sociology, Criminal Justice, Psychology or related Human Service field from an accredited college or university; or in another major where 25% of the course credits earned toward the degree are in human behavioral science.


  • Strong computer skills, working with Microsoft Office with proficiency in Excel, Word and Outlook, and ability to learn new software MiSACWIS.
  • Strong typing skills.
  • Ability to prepare and manage clients’ records; collect and evaluate client data.
  • Ability to work with community organizations and use community resources to meet client needs.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with employees, courts, MDHHS, and other agencies.
  • Ability to organize and facilitate meetings.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality in accordance with laws, regulations, policies and procedures.
  • Knowledge of types of discrimination and mistreatment to which clients may be subjected.
  • Knowledge of community resources providing assistance to children and families.
  • Ability to observe and assess client conditions and environments.
  • Ability to maintain favorable public relationships.
  • Good organizational and time management skills.
  • Ability to meet all mandated timeframes.
  • Good time management skills.
  • Ability to use search engines and multiple websites.
  • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
  • Ability to understand and carry out oral and written instructions.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with employees and other agencies.
  • Ability to deal with sensitivity to the service population’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics.
  • Ability to relate to diverse populations and cultures while communicating with clients and the public in a courteous and effective manner.
  • Ability to work independently and as a team and exercise good judgment.
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks and prioritize.
  • Ability to thoroughly follow through on assignments and meet deadlines.
  • Ability and willingness to work in an ever changing environment.


  • Must be able to talk and hear to effectively communicate with clients, staff, and payers, and communicate with supervisor in a timely manner.
  • Must be able to walk low-moderate distances; sit for prolonged periods of time; use hands and fingers to handle, touch, and feel; reach with hands and arms.
  • Must be able to lift/move up to 35 pounds.
  • Must be able to work in an environment with multiple staff, and in an environment that has a moderate noise level, and may experience moderate interruptions throughout the day while in the office.


Staff must abide by all policies and procedures of Catholic Charities of Shiawassee and Genesee Counties, which includes the Agency’s stance on abortion, and the Agency’s Mission and Vision, and the Spiritual and Corporal Works of Mercy outlined by the Catholic Church and Code of Ethics.

Must pass all background and clearance checks including, but not limited to a criminal background check, DHHS central registry clearance check, and others as deemed applicable, and must have a valid drivers license and carry auto insurance.

Job Type: Full-time


  • Relevant: 2 years (Preferred)


  • Bachelor's (Required)


  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Retirement plan
  • Paid time off


  • Monday to Friday
  • Weekends required

Interviewer/Data Collector - Data Entry Operator I

Michigan State University

Flint, MI 48502

The Pediatric Public Health Initiative, under the direction of Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, seeks a interviewers for a child health and development screening and assessment project. This project is in collaboration with the Flint Registry. The Flint Registry’s goal is to connect people who were impacted by the Flint Water Crisis to resources and programs that serve to minimize the effects of lead on their health while promoting wellness and recovery. All children exposed to Flint water during the Flint Water Crisis will have an opportunity to be screened for health and development outcomes, and be referred for further assessment and services.

The Interviewer will primarily administer surveys in person at community-based locations using pre-formatted scripts on a computer program and/or paper in accordance with specified protocols and procedures; and will enter data into a database, verify source documents/information; obtain missing data, compile data for reports, and perform data searches as requested. Some interviews may occur over the phone.

The ideal candidate will have experience collecting information through scripted interviews and surveys, entering responses into a database, and communicating and working with people of all ages.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Conduct telephone and in-person interviews, following a script
  • Receive or collect interview information and process it according to standard procedures to enter it into the databases or forward it for further processing
  • Prepare and send mailings
  • Answer phone calls and respond to emails
  • Refer to lists to determine daily tasks
  • Verify interview data to ensure accuracy and resolve inconsistencies and discrepancies
  • Process complex and diverse information and independently render decisions to process data or request specific actions for follow-up
  • Attend trainings and project meetings
  • Keep information confidential
  • Perform other duties as assigned

This position will be required to provide their own transportation to community-based sites in Flint and Genesee County.

Unit Specific Education/Experience/Skills

Knowledge normally acquired from specialized training such as that acquired in one year of Data Processing or Key Punching; up to six months related experience in data processing, key entry or database; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Desired Qualifications

Desired Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Experience in making phone calls to individuals without prior introduction (cold calls)
  • Experience collecting information through scripted interviews and surveys, entering data into a database, and working with people of all ages.
  • Knowledge of the Flint community and/or Flint water crisis
  • Available to work some nights and weekends
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Experience communicating with people of all ages
  • Excellent computer skills, types at least 40 words per minute
  • Data entry experience
  • Multi-tasking skills

Required Application Materials

cover letter


3 professional references

Please note in order to be considered for both positions, you must apply to each posting.

Work Hours

Some evenings and weekends will be required.

Description of End Date

This is a limited-term position funded from date of hire through 7/31/2020, with possible extension contingent upon funding renewal.

Special Instructions

This is one of two postings, to be considered for both, you must apply to both.

Community Engagement Lead


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Community Engagement Lead JobID: 810

Position Type:

Date Posted:

  Genesee Intermediate

Employee Job Description


Job Title:


Community Engagement Lead- Healthy Schools Healthy Families Program


Job Summary:

The Community Engagement Lead will collaborate with local organizations, coalitions, community members, and other stakeholders in various sectors and settings who work to create communities and settings that promote healthy living. The Community Engagement Lead will also be responsible for developing relationships to grow multi-sector partnerships that advance changes in nutrition, physical activity, food security, and/or obesity-prevention policies and practices.  

Essential Duties (May include, but not limited to):


Effectively communicates in written, visual, and oral form with individuals and influential groups from the community. 

Develops and accurately maintains logs and reports of changes and progress in communities.

Independently conducts reporting, analysis, and communication tasks as assigned.

Engages individuals and groups through participatory approaches that enable people to define needs, express beliefs and attitudes, and share experiences.

Creates and follows timelines for project development and implementation, and revises project based on process evaluation results, as appropriate.

Works with the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP-Ed) Project Lead to sustainably integrate Policy, System, and Environmental (PSE) approaches in the organization’s overall SNAP-Ed programming.

Travels independently (locally), on weekdays and weekends, as needed.

Assists families with pre-registration process for the Flint Registry.

Consistently  models Win-Win leadership.

Other Duties:

Performs other duties as assigned.



Bachelor’s degree in health, education, health education or related degree required.

Minimum two (2) years’ experience working with community engagement-based work.
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Experience in and comfort with community-based work, such as community organizing or outreach, especially in the field of public health, nutrition, physical activity promotion, or related field. Understanding of policy, systems, and environmental (PSE) approaches to community change work. Familiarity with the focus community(ies), including the food and Physical Activity (PA) environment, health status and context, nutrition and physical activity resources, PSE landscape, factors and influences on health. Exhibit professional, collaborative, and facilitative leadership and communication skills. Skilled in taking initiative, assessing requirements, identifying plans, and leading plan implementation. High level of energy, ability to multi-task, and capable of working in a fast-paced, often-changing environment. Ability to work with teams in a matrix-based organization. Leadership ability and cultural sensitivity to develop relationships between diverse populations and multiple agencies. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to utilize district technology, and work to maintain proficiency, as required skill sets change with technology and/or the needs of the district. Punctuality and good attendance are requirements for the position. Ability to work a flexible workday, work week, and work year. Demonstrate honesty, integrity, and professionalism at all times. Excellent customer service skills and assisting in the needs of the community(ies) served. Ability to exercise good judgment and make decisions in accordance with board policies and established administrative guidelines. 

Special Job Considerations:

Certification: Not Required
Type of Certification: None
Bargaining Unit: None
Salary Schedule: Limited-duration grant-funded position; up to 37.5 hours per week. Commensurate with education and experience. $21.00-$23.50 an hour.
Immediate Supervisor: Healthy Schools Healthy Families Program Manager
Supervision: None
Date: April 22, 2019


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Intern JobID: 773

Position Type:

Date Posted:

  Genesee Intermediate

Job Title:


Job Summary:

The intern is responsible for working across multiple programs to assist Genesee Intermediate School District in areas including event coordination, development, business services, communications, and operations. 

Essential Duties (May include, but not limited to):


Provides general administrative support: file, organize, mail outgoing orders.

Maintains inventory, order, and stock general office supplies.

Handles donor and customer interactions.

Provides exceptional customer support for internal and external customers.

Creates and develops flyers in accordance to district’s Style and Procedures Guide.

Assists staff in various accounting procedures for the Genesee Intermediate School District and constituent districts.

Provides business management assistance to the local districts.

Assists in the development of computerized reports, flyers and presentations.

Assists in the packaging, distribution and purchase of materials and supplies.

May assist business services/accounting staff in the areas of payroll, accounts receivable, accounts payable, grant monitoring and general ledger as well as preparing financial reports, as assigned by the immediate supervisor.

Consistently models Win-Win leadership

Other Duties:

Assists in preparation of special projects.

Composes and prepares correspondence.

Performs other related duties as assigned. 





High School diploma/equivalent required. Twelve (12) hours documented college
Level coursework in accounting, business management or related business field required


Minimum one year documented work experience in accounting or business management

Ability to successfully utilize Microsoft Word and Excel and compute basic business math, spelling and typing functions. Ability to create PowerPoint presentations preferred. Thorough knowledge of accounting principles. Ability to develop spreadsheets. Ability to work with an integrated accounting system with the specific understanding of the effects on transactions and their impact on the financial records.  Ability to solve problems, manage multiple tasks, demonstrate effective time management skills, meet deadlines and produce accurate work. Ability to relate effectively with others through oral and written communication. Strong teamwork, interpersonal communication and problem solving skills.   Punctuality and good attendance are requirements for the position.  Ability to work a flexible work day, work week and work year.  Ability to travel to and from district facilities and vendor locations. Ability to exercise good judgment and make decisions in accordance with board policies and administrative guidelines.

Special Job Considerations:

Certification: Not Required
Type of Certification:
Bargaining Unit: None
Salary Schedule: Hourly
Immediate Supervisor: Department Director/Program Administrator in assigned area.
Supervision: None




Nutrition Facilitator


Genesee Education Consultant Services

Nutrition Facilitator

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  • Nutrition Facilitator JobID: 806
  • Position Type:
  • Date Posted:
  • Location:
      Genesee Intermediate   

Employee Job Description


Job Title:

Nutrition Facilitator 

Job Summary:

The Nutrition Facilitator will provide nutrition related programs and services to students, staff and parents in Genesee County using nutrition curriculum approved by the United States Department of Agriculture and the Michigan Nutrition Network. 

Essential Duties (May include, but not limited to):


  • Conducts interactive nutrition and physical activity lessons to students before, during and after school, using approved USDA/Michigan Nutrition Network materials.
  • Organizes and prepare nutrition lessons which include food demonstrations that illustrate basic food preparation techniques that will be less costly and healthier for families.
  • Presents lessons, workshops and training on basic nutrition.
  • Maintains organized, complete files to meet grant requirements, including evaluation data.
  • Attends professional development opportunities as directed by the Director, Health, Safety & Nutrition Services.
  • Participates in school open houses, health events and community programs, demonstrating healthy snacks and foods that meet the dietary guidelines for Americans.
  • Participates in developing and implementing the evaluation program effectiveness.
  • Consistently models Win-Win leadership.

Other Duties:

  • Performs other related duties as assigned.
  • Attends staff and program meetings as directed.





Bachelor's degree required in home economics, food service management, life science, dietetics, health education or a related field.  Previous successful experience as a Nutrition Educator or closely related experience may be considered in lieu of degree requirement. 


Minimum of two years related experience working in a food-related industry or teaching food technology, nutrition or food science required. Two (2) years experience working with school age students and at-risk families required.


Evidence of strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work as an effective team member. Evidence of experience presenting curriculum to students of all ages. Experience coordinating programs preferred. Strong problem solving skills to identify needs and develop solutions. Evidence of accurate record keeping, financial management and data collection skills. Ability to utilize district technology and work to maintain proficiency, as required skill sets change with technology and/or the needs of the district. Ability to fulfill responsibilities in accordance with program goals. Maintains a positive working relationship with parents/guardians, staff and students. Punctuality and good attendance are requirements for the position. Ability to work a flexible workday and work week to include some evenings and weekends. Strong teamwork, interpersonal communication and problem solving skills.  Represents the district in a professional manner. Demonstrate honesty, integrity, and professionalism at all times. Discretion with confidential information. Exercises good judgment and makes decisions in accordance with board policies and established administrative guidelines.

Special Job Considerations:

Certification: Not required
Type of Certification: Not Required
Salary Schedule: Contracted, limited-duration grant-funded position; Calendar year position (46-52 weeks), up to 37.5 hours per week. $19.00 per hour.
Immediate Supervisor: Coordinator of Auxiliary Programs
Date: September 26, 2014, April 9, 2019




Occupational Health Nurse

Epitec - Flint, MI

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$39 - $44 an hour - Full-time, Part-time, Contract


Occupational Health Nurse


Full-time, Part-time, Contract


Flint, MI


  • The Occupational Health Nurse (OHN) is an advanced nurse generalist responsible for the daily clinic administration and delivery of occupational nursing practices in either, a) a large high-volume multidisciplinary medical clinic/shift or b)a smaller stand-alone focus facility clinic where he/she is required to operate with significant autonomy and individual accountability. This position serves as a highly skilled, autonomous occupational health nurse within the Corporate Medical Department. Incumbents typically have previous general healthcare, acute care, or occupational health experience.


  • The job functions could include some or all of the following:
  • The delivery of comprehensive nursing services related to employee illness and injury
  • Functions as an autonomous nurse with the ability to respond independently to the majority of clinical and administrative demands.
  • Seeks consultation and expert support when needed
  • Responds to and even leads on-site medical emergency response
  • Acts as the local liaison with contracted occupational health providers
  • Assumes responsibility for clinical administration, including the delegation of some basic duties to other clinic staff.
  • The ability to maintain confidentiality is essential.


  • Proficient computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Must be able to learn and manipulate various on-line databases, such as but not limited to PeopleSoft.
  • A Bachelor's degree is typically preferred, or extensive experience.


  • In addition to the desired education, 3-5 years of progressively responsible job-related experience in occupational medicine or acute care are typically required.
  • Certifications in related fields highly desirable.
  • Weekend shifts preferable


  • Medical, Dental, Vacation, Holiday tailored to meet your needs. 401K/Match, $15,000 Life Insurance, Award-Winning Employee Care Program. Established and highly regarded reputation with Green Card and H1 processing.

Why should you choose Epitec?

We started Epitec with a single focus, “Placing People First.” Knowing every good endeavor begins with listening and understanding, we’ve set about challenging every part of the employment process. Bringing the proper connections together for the perfect fit.

How is Epitec different?

Epitec gets to know our prospective employees, using these insights to locate the perfect placement for you. We are there, every step of the way. Providing a best-in-class compensation package combined with the opportunity to grow financially and personally through your work.

What is the result?

Epitec represents the world’s top companies and works to fill their open jobs with the world’s best talent. That’s led to Epitec servicing an impressive list of Fortune 100 companies. We've also won many awards, including one of Crain’s Detroit Business “Cool Places to Work,” and 101 Best & Brightest – local, national and elite winner. And that’s just the beginning, as we work to innovate the way the world thinks about employment.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Contract

Salary: $39.00 to $44.00 /hour


  • Occupational Health Nurse: 3 years (Preferred)
  • Registered Nurse: 5 years (Required)
  • Bloodborne Pathogens: 5 years (Required)
  • OSHA: 2 years (Required)


  • Associate (Required)


  • Flint, MI (Preferred)


  • COHN (Preferred)
  • CPR (Required)
  • RN - Active in Michigan (Required)

Medical Front Desk Receptionist

Dermatology - Clarkston, MI

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*****Looking for an individual who is: friendly, compassionate, outgoing, reliable, organized, a team player, able to multi-task, have great communication skills and think outside the box. An emphasis on customer service is a must!!! EMR office requires computer literacy.*****

Responsible for patient check-in/out, treating all patients in a professional and courteous manner. Reviews patient forms to verify necessary information and signatures have been obtained. Enters new patient information into computer. Ensures the patient feels welcome to the practice. Responsible for checking out all patients and collection of payment. Explains all charges to patients including any fees they will be responsible for. Verifies all insurance and address information.


1. High school diploma or equivalent.

2. Experience in medical practice.


1. Excellent customer service and communication skills.

2. Ability to work as a team member.

3. Able to manage multiple tasks simultaneously.

4. Highly motivated and organized.

5. Empathetic with patients' needs and concerns.

6. Excels under pressure.

7. Attentive to detail with great bookkeeping skills.

8. Treats patients and co-workers with respect.

9. Flexible with change.

10. Great attendance.


1. Patient Check-In

* Responsible for patient check-in, greeting each patient in a pleasant and professional manner.

* Tracks patients in the reception area and communicates with them as needed.

* Evaluates chart data to verify all information has been received and completed, and signatures obtained.

* Scans patient insurance cards/drivers license.

* Ensures that proper authorization or referral is collected from each patient.

* Explains all fees and patient financial responsibility.

* Verifies patient insurance and address information.

* Secures all necessary patient signatures; obtains proper informed consent and insurance authorization.

* Collects fee for services.

* Assists patients in obtaining authorization or referrals that have not been received by the practice.

*Enters all new patient demographic information into the computer.

* Marks arrival time of patients in office and makes sure that patients are seen on time.

2. Patient Check-Out

* Processes patients at conclusion of visit. Reviews fee sheets for correct charges and diagnosis marked; enters information into computer.

* Ensures patients understand their condition and treatment; provides any special instructions to patients upon leaving.

* Schedules return appointments for follow-up.

* Schedules patients for transfer of care and any required diagnostic testing.

* Collects payment/copay for services rendered.

* Monitors daily appointment schedules to become aware of scheduled patients with open balances prior to their arrival.

3. Administrative

* Inspects reception room for neatness.

* Performs other duties as required/crosstraining.

* Assists other front office personnel as needed.

* Ensures phones are answered in a timely manner.

* Performs other duties as required.

* Respond to billing phone calls and questions.

* Attend outside workshops.

Medical, Dental, Optical, 401k, holidays and sick days offered.

***Occasional Saturdays are required.***


Job Type: Full-time

Director, Integrated Services (Substance Abuse/Homeless)

Hamilton Community Health Network - Flint, MI

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Position Summary

The Director of Integrated Services for Substance Abuse and Homeless will provide oversight, leadership, and development of co-occurring substance use, homeless and mental health disorder services at HCHN. This position requires a solid understanding of the social determinants of the population, expertise in program administration, and an ability to promote client-centered programming. Duties performed will include outreach, prevention and risk reduction, crisis intervention, health education, and substance abuse and mental health counseling. This individual works with local agencies and business to build upon HCHN’s goal of developing a cohesive, collaborative and coordinated system of care and client-centered case management. This position also designs, implements, and assesses grant activities, based on the principles of evidence-based practices, quality improvement, and community and treatment level outcomes.

General responsibilities

  • Oversees the operation of HCHN’s substance abuse and homeless program, consistent with the administrative, programmatic and clinical policies of HCHN.
  • Provides oversight of specified program components and promotes a comprehensive knowledge of the scope, purpose, role, and eligibility requirements of the substance abuse and homeless services.
  • Maintains compliance with accrediting bodies governing substance abuse treatment entities by monitoring operations and initiating change where required.
  • Coordinates facility compliance with licensing standards.
  • Orients and updates staff on departmental procedures; coordinates and
  • develops appropriate in-service and training guidelines.
  • Collaborates with appropriate staff to ensure the development of a robust quality improvement program as it relates to the substance abuse/homeless integrated services.
  • Assists clients by managing the use of services, and expediting service delivery through linkage activities.
  • Establishes and maintains collaborative working relationships with community resources; conducts outreach activities with current and potential partner agencies, monitoring data collection and program evaluation.
  • Conducts regular meetings or case conferences to build a comprehensive understanding of individual homeless/substance abuse client needs as well as Genesee County’s homeless/substance abuse population needs
  • Coordinates and facilitates an appropriate plan of care with patients as directed by the physician.
  • Advises and makes recommendations to physicians, patients and families regarding the availability of resources and arranges for the provision of cost-effective services for patients.
  • Performs other duties as required.


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Ability to maintain confidentiality in all matters.
  • Ability to evaluate a patient's response to care through observation.
  • Ability to communicate with patients to resolve issues.
  • Flexible, with the ability to work independently and with minimal guidance.
  • Strong oral and written communication and presentational skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills, to effectively and tactfully deal with a diverse group of patients, staff, customers, and community groups.
  • General computer proficiency & proficiency with Electronic Health Records.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with diverse populations.

Education and/or Experience


  • Bachelors Degree in Social Work, Public Health, Healthcare Administration, Business Administration or related field of study
  • Three (3) years experience in a leadership role in mental health services, substance use disorder services or related setting.
  • Familiarity with laws and regulations related to federal grant programs and integrated service delivery models


  • Masters Degree in Social Work, Public Health, Healthcare Administration, Business Administration or related field of study
  • Five (5) years experience in a leadership role in mental health services, substance use disorder services or related setting.

Physical Demands

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.

  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear.
  • The employee frequently is required to stand, walk, sit; use hands to handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; and stoop, kneel, or crouch.
  • The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.
  • Specific vision requirements include the ability to see at close range.
  • At times, may require more than 40 hours per week to perform the essential duties of the position.
  • Fine hand manipulation (keyboarding).
  • Travel between sites using own vehicle.

Work Environment

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Internal office space.
  • The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
  • May be exposed to communicable diseases.

Job Type: Full-time


  • Substance Use Disorders: 3 years (Required)
  • Mental Health: 3 years (Required)


  • Bachelor's (Required)

Work authorization:

  • United States (Required)

Benefits offered:

  • Paid time off
  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Healthcare spending or reimbursement accounts such as HSAs or FSAs
  • Retirement benefits or accounts