EUP Opioid Response Consortium Program Associate
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.
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 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.
The LMAS District Health Department is accepting applications for a Finance Specialist position in our Newberry office. This position is
full-time with benefits. The successful candidate must have extensive knowledge of billing and accounting procedures to function independently
following defined guidelines. This position includes a variety of accounting tasks involving a high degree of skill and accuracy. An Associate’s Degree in Business, Accounting or Finance, and a minimum of three years of accounting and billing experience is preferred.