Assistant Division Director with Prevention Services (PS) Division develops and oversees the administration of policies, procedures, budget and work products in support of the daily operations of the Division. Incumbent supervises and coordinates the work of supervisors and/or project leaders, anticipates and plans for future work programs, and determines nature and scope of projects. Incumbent works with internal interdisciplinary team(s) and with community groups, agencies, businesses, and regional partners to address public health issues. Incumbent is a member of the PS Leadership Team and the Health District Senior Leadership Team in the absence of the PS Director . Incumbent participates as a member of the Incident Command Team in the event of an emergency. Incumbent participates in the 24/7 communicable disease after-hours rotation. In the absence of the PS Division Director, the incumbent serves as acting Division Director. Position is open until filled with the first date of review on March 20, 2018, please apply via https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/snohd
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in public health, health services management, nursing, health education, or a closely related field. Master’s degree from an accredited institution is preferred and may substitute for up to two years of the experience requirement. Five years progressively responsible work experience working in a public health or very similar agency, with at least four years in a management/supervisory capacity.
COMPENSATION: The salary range for the Assistant Division Director is $78,168 to $115,488 annually, with a comprehensive benefits package. Placement in the salary range will be based on the selected candidate’s experience and salary history.
BENEFITS: Snohomish Health District provides medical, dental, vision and life insurance for employees plus dependents if elected at a cost. Participation with the Department of Retirement Systems retirement (PERS) is mandatory. Annual leave is earned at the rate of 12 days per year during the first year and increases with the length of service; sick leave is earned at the rate of 12 days per year; 10 paid holidays per year plus 5 personal holidays.
Internal Number: 18-007
About Snohomish Health District
The Snohomish Health District was created in 1959 as an independent special purpose district responsible for public health in Snohomish County. We are separate from Snohomish County government, although it provides financial support and is an essential partner in many functions.
Our main office is located in Everett, in the Rucker Building, which we own . We also have leased clinic space in Lynnwood.
A 15-member Board of Health oversees policy and budget development for the local health district. All five Snohomish County Council members sit on the Board of Health, together with 10 city council members or mayors representing the cities and towns. Public meetings of the Board of Health are held monthly.