OVERVIEW OF MESA COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
Mesa County Public Health serves a population of approximately 150,000 people through providing programs, services and enforcement activities related to population health, client services, and compliance. Strategies to address these areas are implemented in accordance with our vision, mission and values as follows:Our Vision: A public health system working through collaborative efforts to anticipate and respond to conditions that impact the health of Mesa County residents and visitors.
Our Mission: Maintain and improve health through assessment of community health status, policy development to support effective programs, and assurance of high quality, effective education and service.
Our Values: Wellness, empowerment, excellence and community.
The Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) Nurse Supervisor primary role is to work within the local community and lead agency structure to assure that the NFP Program is implemented in accordance with established guidelines and contract requirements. Another primary purpose of the NFP Nurse Supervisor is using principles of supervision, reflective practice, and staff development, to provide primary support and appropriate oversight to the nurse home visitors, and to build and model a strengths-based, client-centered culture. The NFP supervisor will carry out program activities consistent with Mesa County Public Health priorities and operate within the scope of practice designated by the Colorado Nurse Practice Act.
Mesa County Public Health is looking for two (2) supervisors, one of which will be required to carry a caseload (75% supervision, 25% caseload).
|RiversEdge West is Hiring a Restoration Coordinator|
Type: Full-time exempt, 40 hrs/week
Location: Grand Junction, Colorado
Salary: Based on education and experience; range $40,000 – $49,000
Benefits: Group Health Insurance plan, 403(b)7 retirement (REW will match 50% of employee contribution up to 15%), holiday and paid time off (vacation and sick) continuing education stipend, and employee assistance program.
Word and PDF files only. Applications must be received by 5:00 pm March 14, 2019, for consideration.
Organizational Background: RiversEdge West (REW) is the leading nonprofit working to protect the quality and ecological integrity of riparian lands as an important means to promote the economic, social and cultural well-being of communities in the American West.
Position Description: REW is seeking a creative and outgoing leader to join their high functioning team to make positive impacts on rivers in the West. The candidate should be collaborative in nature and possess strong project management and technical and grant writing skills, as well as broad knowledge of riparian and/or ecological restoration.
The Restoration Coordinator will work in conjunction with other REW staff and local leads from other organizations and agencies to support restoration efforts in Colorado and Utah. Specifically, this position’s main focus will be working in conjunction with restoration partnerships which are comprised of public, private, corporate and tribal entities. Many of the partnerships with which REW works have multiple goals aiming to improve the health of valuable river systems and the communities that depend on them.
This position will also support the organization through assistance with technical workshops and an annual conference, which provides hands-on and state-of-the-science riparian restoration information for land managers and landowners
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Western Slope Branch Manager
Would you like to make a difference in your community while pursuing your career passion? Food Bank of the Rockies is seeking a Branch Manager to join our team in Palisade and lead our Western Slope operations! More than 65 million pounds of food flows through our operation every year feeding hungry families in our surrounding communities. We serve 30 counties in Colorado and the entire state of Wyoming and provide more than 145,000 meals each day to our friends and neighbors facing hunger. The Branch Manager will lead the operations and publically represent Food Bank of the Rockies on the Western Slope from Food Bank of the Rockies’ branch in Palisade, CO. Click here for more information!
Executive Assistant to the Executive Vice President
At HopeWest you will become part of a team working together—from patient care to administration—to improve the quality of life for those facing serious illness.
HopeWest is currently seeking an Executive Assistant to the Executive Vice President or Hospice and Palliative Care. This position requires 3 years of progressively responsible administrative support, the ability to develop effective systems for managing information, and excellent knowledge of working in Microsoft Office. Associate’s degree or Bachelor’s degree is preferred. For more information, click here.