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Marshall County Health Department | Environmental Health Specialist/Administrative Assistant
The Marshall County Health Department is accepting applications for this full time position. A baccalaureate degree is required. This position is primarily responsible for the Well and Septic Program including permitting. Must be able to calculate complex mathematical equations. The position will also have responsibilities in the housing program, Public and Semi Public Swimming pools and Vector Control.
Must be able to work in high stress situations. Working conditions are both outdoors in all weather conditions and in the office environment. Position requires public speaking and education. This is a regulatory position and requires proficiency in verbal and written communications.
Resumes and transcripts may be mailed or delivered to, and applications may be made at:
Marshall County Auditor’s Office – Human Resources
112 West Jefferson Street
Plymouth, IN 46563
The posting will remain active until the position is filled.
MARSHALL COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
IU School of Medicine | postdoctoral fellowship
The Department of Pediatrics at Indiana University School of Medicine invites applications for a postdoctoral fellowship. The position will offer significant opportunities to participate in interdisciplinary research, refine analytic skills and generate publications. The fellow will be involved in conducting research focused on a cohort of mothers and their babies with a diagnosis of neonatal abstinence syndrome. Specific projects include exploring the epidemiology of connection to treatment and other social services among these mothers and tracking developmental outcomes of their children using a wide variety of existing data. These data will include clinical, public health, justice, and social services data. The fellowship will be for one year with the possibility of an additional year based on mutual interest and the fellow’s track record.
Additional development opportunities include participating in seminars and work‐in‐progress sessions and training in health services research, informatics, and public health research. The current fellowship is a position within the Child Health Services Research division but with access to faculty within Neonatology, Adolescent Medicine, Internal Medicine, and Regenstrief Institute. Thus, fellows would have access to over forty interdisciplinary faculty, nine postdoctoral fellows and several support staff engaged in extramurally‐funded research. Applicants in any area of study (public health, health services research, criminology, informatics, psychology, sociology, etc.) who are interested in an academic career with a research focus are encouraged to apply. Preference will be given to candidates who demonstrate strong writing skills, robust quantitative analysis training, and interests that align with research involving vulnerable populations.
Potential applicants should prepare a packet including a letter of application describing their research background and how it is aligned with this postdoctoral fellowship, a curriculum vitae, either a writing sample or publication, and three letters of recommendation. Applicants apply online at https://indiana.peopleadmin.com/. The position will commence on or after July 1, 2018, and applications will be reviewed on a monthly basis until the position is filled. Indiana University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation or identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status. This institution is also a provider of ADA services.
HANDS in Autism | support specialist
Provide consultation in special education related areas on a team of experts in the field of Autism Spectrum Disorder and other neurodevelopmental disabilities across the lifespan. Provide a range of consultation and follow up services at the Center as well as within the community setting; provide basic educational materials to families, school personnel, and other caregivers and providers; create tools utilized for education/training in clinical and research formats; assist in research and student training activities; conduct ongoing workshops and trainings to a range of consumers.
Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Provide consultation to individuals, families and providers regarding appropriate and effective academic, vocational and functional programming within home/community settings.
- Assist in the development, preparation and implementation of outreach trainings provided within the context of the HANDS in Autism program.
- Assist with the dissemination of basic educational materials and research literature to help educate caregivers/staff/professionals.
- Provide innovation in service delivery with development of workshops responsive to the expressed needs of the community and State.
To be successful, candidates should have theoretical understanding and philosophical appreciation for team and community interventions. Be able to work as a team player; ability to communicate effectively with staff, parents, providers, employers and other consumers. Should be able to present professionally, maintain accurate and organized records and be able to work with minimal supervision or feedback. Be able to deal with difficult clients/families/consumers and handle stress in meeting deadlines and carrying out responsibilities.
If you are interested in working with a dynamic team with a focus on health services, research of ASD and related disorders, please contact Dr. Naomi Swiezy with your resume at: email@example.com. Or you can apply online here.
purdue extension | community wellness coordinators
The Purdue Extension Nutrition Education Program has current job vacancies for Community Wellness Coordinators in various locations around Indiana. Interested applicants can find more information and apply online.