Career Opportunities


LMAS District Health Department is accepting applications for six Health Resource Advocates (HRAs) to work in schools throughout our four-county district. These positions are temporary, full-time, and are currently funded through July 31, 2022, though program continuation is possible if resources are available. HRAs will help to address the greatest needs in school health, provide front-line support for COVID-19 testing and reporting, help school districts identify emerging COVID-related health concerns, and strengthen best health practices by providing consultation, prevention services, and appropriate public health strategies for the district.


Registered Nurses, Social Workers and/or

Community Health Workers are encouraged to apply.

Resumes/applications may be submitted to:


LMAS District Health Department
Attn:  Human Resources
14150 Hamilton Lake Rd.
Newberry, MI  49868


By e-mail:


Click here to print an application.

*An application must accompany a resume*


LMAS District Health Department is accepting applications for a full-time clerical position in our

Newberry office.  Job duties include computer data entry, filing, customer service, typing, compiling reports and other clerical duties as needed. Excellent people and computer skills, and experience in an office environment required. Travel may be required.


LMAS District Health Department is accepting applications for two part-time courier positions, to work approximately 4-5 hours per day, Monday-Friday. Couriers will be picking up and delivering lab samples within and around the LMAS service areas. Agency cars will be provided. A valid driver’s license and proof of insurance will be required.


LMAS District Health Department is accepting applications for a Home Visiting Initiative Family Support Worker based in Luce County.

This position is full-time with benefits. Job duties include but are not limited to: initiating and maintaining regular and long-term support with families, primarily in the family’s home, and, in particular, with parents who are working with MDHHS Child Protective Services. This person will assist parents in improving their skills to optimize the home environment; improving the family support system; increasing the family’s ability to problem solve and assume the role of advocate for themselves and their children.


An Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in a human services field preferred, a valid driver’s license is required. Must be available to families after-hours on an emergency basis.  Work experience with children 0-5 years of age with a knowledge of child growth/development and parent-child relationships preferred.  Travel will be necessary.