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).