PT Health Environmentalist II
General Duties include: This position serves under the general direction of the Director or other appropriate staff. Responsibilities for this position include, but are not limited to: Perform work of moderate to complex difficulty in the inspection of facilities, the investigation and resolution of environmental complaints and nuisances. With considerable ability; inspect and provide consultation to establishments or facilities for compliance with state regulations. Review plans for new construction and modification of regulated facilities to ensure compliance with regulations and makes recommendations for approval or disapproval of plans. Review plans for on-site sewage systems for residences, institutions and other construction. Respond to complaints regarding pollution, housing, insect or rodent infestation or other health related problems. Attempt to solve problems through negotiation; initiate legal action if applicable or refer to appropriate health department personnel. May serve as resource person to health environmentalist/trainee or support staff. Working ability to identify regulatory infractions and recommend corrective actions.
Minimum Education, Training or Experience: Bachelor Degree from a college or university with a minor or twenty-four (24) semester hours in environmental health, biological or physical science or registration as a Kentucky Environmental Specialist/Sanitarian under KRS 223 and one (1) year of experience as a health environmentalist performing inspections.
Special Requirements: Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license.
Note: an individual upon employment must become registered under the provisions of KRS 223 within six (6) months to remain a permanent employee per Administrative Regulations 902KAR 8:080.
Starting Salary: $19.19 – $19.96/hr negotiable with additional experience. Grade 19
Apply at https://KOG.CHFS.KY.GOV/HOME. Create a citizen’s account and search LHDCOS (search and apply). Completed application must be submitted by July 1, 2022. Transcripts must be uploaded before the close date of the advertisement if post-secondary education is required or may be substituted for experience. Transcripts must list the degree awarded. Qualified applicants/employees are subject to a pre-screening, selection for interview, and/or demonstration of skills testing. Employment may be contingent upon a successful drug screening and background check. Equal Opportunity Employer.
FT Family Support Worker I/Home Visitor
General Duties include: This position serves under general direction of the Program Coordinator and/or appropriate supervisor. Responsibilities for this position include, but are not limited to; Conduct regular planned visits to establish a trusting rapport for eligible HANDS participant/s to assist parent/s and or families with child development, parenting skills, health services and other needed resources identified at assessment or during visits. Maintain confidentiality of program information obtained from home visit/s and exchanged while communicating with community and support service providers. Initiate and maintain regular and long term contact and provide support to parents during the prenatal period and extending up to, but not inclusive of the child’s second birthday, following parent visit assessment. The responsibilities include home visitations that may take place in the client’s home or another community site if justified, that include (a) monitoring of the child’s, mother’s and family’s progress by making referrals to community resources; such as prenatal health services, school, head start, etc. Tracking appointments to ensure they are being kept, performing follow-up services as identified and performing periodic evaluations of the participants’ changing needs, (b) preparation and maintenance of case records which shall be documented with contacts, services needed, reports and progress, (c) consultations and (d) crisis assistance. Confer with Program Coordinator and/or Supervisor in cases involving potential collaboration with other service providers.
Minimum Education, Training or Experience: High School Diploma or GED and experience in a Social or other health related field such as but not limited to, working with children, teens and adults in a daycare, medical office or facility, school etc., that provides a medical or a community support service.
Substitution for Education, Training or Experience: Education from an accredited college or university in a Health related or Social and Behavioral Science field may substitute for the required experience.
Special Requirements: Must be 18 years of age
Must have telephone accessibility
Must have reliable transportation and valid Drivers License
Criminal Background Check
On the job training requirement needed within 6 months of hire in order to advance:
HANDS home visitor core training (Must be completed before family contact can occur)
HANDS wrap-around required training (Specific topical areas checklist)
Working knowledge of geographic area and/or ability to locate participants and community resources with use of maps, contacts and directions provided.
Starting Salary: $10.10-$12.41/hr negotiable with additional experience. Grade 10
Apply at https://KOG.CHFS.KY.GOV/HOME. Create a citizen’s account and search LHDCOS (search and apply) Completed application must be submitted by Wednesday, June 24, 2022. Transcripts must be uploaded before the close date of the advertisement if post-secondary education is required or may be substituted for experience. Transcripts must list the degree awarded. Qualified applicants/employees are subject to a pre-screening, selection for interview, and/or demonstration of skills testing. Employment may be contingent upon a successful drug screening and background check. Equal Opportunity Employer.
Local Health Nurse I
General Duties include: This position serves under the direction of the Nursing Supervisor. Responsibilities for this position include but are not limited to; Provide basic entry level nursing care and assessments to the client consistent with the Public Health Practice Reference, Nursing Scope and Standards of Practice. Establish policies, procedures and licensing laws. Document services provided to the client according to standards of the Core Clinical Service Guide (CCSG) and Administrative Reference (AR). Maintain confidentiality and privacy according to guidelines. Develop and conduct educational counseling and teaching activities for individual clients and families. Utilize basic awareness of community resources and complete required trainings.
Special Requirements: (Age, Licensure, Regulation, Etc.) Must have RN license in Kentucky or compact state or provisional license in Kentucky, meeting all requirements of KRS 314.041.
Starting Salary: $33,345/ Annually – negotiable with additional experience Grade 15
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