Jobs and Volunteering
EMPLOYMENT AND VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
Conducts routine and complex inspections, testing, sampling, and vector control duties in state mandated programs. Initiates and recommends enforcement actions and follow-up procedures for the above mentioned activities. Must have ability to communicate effectively in written and oral form and be capable of preparing meaningful, concise, and accurate reports. Participates in community awareness and outreach activities.
Clerk I or II
Under general direction from the Director of Nursing, the Clerk I or II position will serve as a receptionist for clinic services. The job responsibilities include greeting clients, providing and copying forms, answering clinic phone calls and voicemails, and keeping the clinic area straightened up. The clinic clerk will be responsible for accepting payments for clinic services. Must be proficient in various clinical tasks including organizing and maintaining files, compiling information from records, creating reports, scheduling appointments, use of electronic medical records, and some billing.
Under the general directoin of the Health Commissioner, oversees outward facing communications of the Health District, serves as Communications Specialist. Coordinates with local, regional and statewide partners as needed.
Public Health Nurse III
Public Health nursing is a specialty practice within nursing and public health. It focuses on improving population health by emphasizing prevention and the social determinants. It includes advocacy, policy development, and health planning, and addresses issues of social justice and health equity. (American Public Health Association, 2013)
Public Health Nurse LPN or RN I and/or II
Public Health nursing is a speciality practice within nursing and public health. It focuses on improving population health by emphasizing prevention and the social determinants. It includes advocacy, policy development, and health planning, and addresses issues of social justice and health equity. (American Public Health Association, 2013).
Are you seeking a unique and dynamic role as a Disease Investigator? Disease Investigators play an essential role in preventing and mitigating the spread of infectious diseases. The Investigator will investigate diseases and outbreaks and will advise the following settings on prevention and mitigation strategies tailed to the infectious disease agent: the public, health care professionals, businesses, schools, agencies, etc. The Investigator will follow evidence-based practices and focus on improving population health by emphasizing prevention and the social determinants of health. The role includes advocacy, policy development, health planning, and addresses issues of social justice and health equity.
Volunteer with us!
Giving back to your community by volunteering is a rewarding experience. No prior medical experience is required and non-medical staff are NOT required to complete any training prior to volunteering.
When you register be sure to follow these easy steps!
1. Register with: Ohio Responds by clicking here
2. Click 'Register NOW'
3. Click 'Add Organization' and expand the field '01-Medical Reserve Corps Organizations'
4. Select 'Butler County - MRC'
At the Butler County General Health District our mission is to prevent disease and injury, promote health and wellness, protect the environment, and achieve health equity.
Unity - We show support, courtesy, and understanding for all with whom we interact.
Teamwork - We capitalize on our collective differences, strengths, and perspectives.
Leadership - We are committed to developing a public health staff that exceeds core competencies and provides outstanding service to the community.
Excellence - We set goals and strive to achieve the highest quality of public health service through innovation and demonstration of outcomes.
Respect - We respect the diversity of those we serve and value the contributions made by all staff.