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Public Health Nursing Program Consultant 2

Children’s Medical Services Coordinator


This position is subject to close once a satisfactory applicant pool has been identified

Full-Time, Unclassified Position
SALARY: $66,168.17 Annually

LOCATION: Children’s Medical Services, Columbus Health Department, 5601 Veterans Pkwy, Columbus, GA 31904

DUTIES: Under general supervision, this position will provide guidance and oversight of the Columbus CMS (Children’s Medical Services) program and will provide care coordination and case management to infants and children 0 – 21 years of age. Directs and supervises programmatic activities and clinical staff to ensure provision of effective, efficient, and safe clinical care while providing nursing care coordination consistent with the patient’s level of need and in accordance with policies and procedures. Collaborates with other health care providers and community agencies to provide clinical and population-based services. This position will be responsible for monitoring clinic activity, schedules, and clinic/program supplies. Must be able to identify training needs and ensure training is provided.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree in nursing, public health or related field from an accredited college or university AND Two years of nursing experience AND current Georgia Registered Professional Nurse license AND CPR certified OR Bachelor’s degree nursing from an accredited college or university AND Five years of nursing experience AND current Georgia Registered Professional Nurse license AND CPR certified OR Two years of experience at the lower level PH Nursing Prog Consultant 1 (HCP210) or position equivalent AND current Georgia Registered Professional Nurse license AND CPR certification.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Public Health Nursing experience, leadership/supervisory experience; experience with coordinating efforts and/or collaborating with local community organizations, health care providers, etc.

All West Central Health District 7 employees are deemed essential workers in the event of an emergency. As such, you may be called on to participate in an event including but not limited to: staffing a shelter, working at a Specimen Point of Collection Site (SPOC) and/or working at a Point of Dispensing site (POD). If you are called on to participate, you are required to report to the designated site as a condition of employment, whether the emergency occurs during or outside regular work hours.

An applicant who has a disability, which requires special accommodations, should contact Human Resources at 706-321-6127.

All Applicants Must Apply At: www.dph.georgia.gov Click on “About DPH then “Careers”. Locate this position and click “Apply” to begin your application.

Applicants chosen for employment will be subject to the following:
• Criminal Background Check/Fingerprinting
• I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification
• Pre-Employment Drug Screening
• Reference Checks