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Operations Supervisor

Multnomah County Health Department, Portland, OR

Job - Government

Close Date: 07/22/2019

This position is responsible for the daily supervision of operations and quality assurance of the public health specialty clinic that provides tuberculosis (TB), sexual health, and occupational health services as well as Multnomah County participation in the Oregon School Immunization Law Program, which works with internal and external partners to assure high vaccination rates among children attending public, private schools and certified day care centers. This position supervises, coordinates, schedules, monitors, assesses, develops, evaluates and ensures implementation of these service components to ensure quality and compliance, and offers operations-related support as needed to HIV and Hepatitis C Prevention, HIV Care Service, TB and Occupational Health. This position provides leadership and supervision of assigned staff (direct supervision of 7 staff) ensuring that staff understand and adhere to MCHD personnel rules, administrative policies, procedures and labor contract agreements including STD, HIV, Hepatitis C, Harm Reduction and Communicable Disease protocols and procedures. This position will also work with program teams to develop, implement and monitor quality assurance. This position requires the ability to work in an effective, respectful and culturally competent manner with clientele, community partners, and team members to provide a full complement of services that prevent infections and work to eliminate health disparities. Particular cultural competency with unique subpopulations including sexual minorities (LGBTQ) is preferred.

Diversity and Inclusion: At Multnomah County, we don't just accept difference; we value it and support it to create a culture of dignity and respect for our employees. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. As a Health Department employee you will create a work culture of respect, trust and understanding for the highly diverse populations the Health Department serves in the office and in the community. Every employee shares the responsibility for promptly bringing to the County's attention conduct that interferes with providing a work environment free of illegal discrimination and harassment.

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