Career Opportunities

EUP Opioid Response Consortium Program Associate

Resumes/applications may be submitted to:

 

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

 

By e-mail: hr@lmasdhd.org

 

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*An application must accompany a resume*

IT Assistant

LMAS District Health Department is accepting applications for an IT Assistant based in one of our four district offices. This position is Regular full-time with benefits. Job duties include but are not limited to: assisting the IT Coordinator with maintenance of clinical, environmental health and financial software; inventory, maintenance and repair of current IT supplies, equipment and infrastructure; and training of staff as needed.

 

Possession of a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or Mathematics, Management Information Systems, Systems Programming or related field is preferred. Knowledge of health department programs is beneficial. Travel will be required.

School Nurse

LMAS District Health Department is accepting applications for a Registered Nurse based in one of our four district offices. This position is temporary, full-time with benefits. Successful candidate will provide nursing services in various schools within the district including health screenings, administering medication, educating students and staff on health procedures, and consulting teachers, administration and other school staff regarding student care.

 

Michigan nursing license and BLS/CPR certification is required.  Electronic health record experience desirable; computer literacy is a must. Travel will be required.

Clerical Position

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.

Peer Recovery Coach

LMAS District Health Department is accepting applications for a Peer Recovery Coach. This position is full-time with benefits. A Peer Recovery Coach is someone who has lived with Substance Use Disorder and is committed to recovery. The main job duties are to offer support, guidance, and share personal experience with individuals in the early recovery process. The successful candidate will provide services within the LMAS four-county district, in collaboration with a registered nurse.

 

A high school diploma and minimum of two years of sobriety while working a recovery program preferred. Good verbal and written communication skills a must. Willingness to share personal substance use recovery experiences with clients as appropriate.

LMAS District Health Department is accepting applications for a school-based Mental Health Specialist to independently provide on-site comprehensive mental health services from mild to moderate severity on location at Engadine Consolidated Schools.  This position is regular full-time with benefits. The ideal candidate will have experience in providing confidential intake, risk assessment, treatment planning and evidence based treatment delivery to children, adolescents and young adults.  The successful candidate will work closely and collaborate with community resources (health providers, school staff, etc.) as appropriate to develop a comprehensive treatment plan in effort to meet individual and/or family needs. 

 

Requirements: Must hold a minimum of a master’s level degree in an appropriate discipline and shall be licensed to practice in Michigan as a Licensed Master Social Worker or Licensed Professional Counselor.

LMAS District Health Department is accepting applications for a Home Visiting Initiative Family Support Worker. This position is regular 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.

Family Support Worker

LMAS District Health Department is accepting applications for an Eastern Upper Peninsula Opioid Response Consortium (EUP-ORC) Program Associate to work in one of our four district offices. This position is regular full-time with benefits.

The successful candidate will strive to continually improve the EUP-ORC program

by assisting in the implementation of the work plan services, support special projects, and assisting the EUP ORC Project Director with various meetings and minutes.

The successful candidate will be proficient in Word, Excel; have excellent verbal and written communication; have the ability to work with multiple partners, organizations, and community leaders; provide reports as requested; adept at organizing and prioritizing activities and have the ability to multi-task and work independently. Travel will be required.

 

Possession of a high school diploma, experience working in healthcare, human services,

or public heath related field preferred. Experience as a Peer Recovery Coach and/or having lived with addiction and recovery preferred.

Environmental Specialist

LMAS District Health Department is currently accepting applications for an Environmental Specialist to be based in one of our four district offices.  This position is temporary full-time with benefits, with the possibility of becoming a permanent position. Duties include: inspecting and evaluating premises and establishments having public health significance, such as food service establishments, on-site waste water, public swimming pools, private water supplies, etc., to ensure compliance with applicable codes and laws; plan review and issuance of permits.  Successful candidate will have knowledge of state and local laws pertaining to Environmental Health, and the ability to use a computer for word processing and program applications related to Environmental Health, and a valid drivers license.  Position requires a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science or related field.  Registration in the state of Michigan or REHS is preferred. Travel will be required.

School Based Mental Health Specialist