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 Lake Health District Job Announcement: Clinics Director (10/14/2019) 
   
Lake Health District: Clinics Director

Lakeview, Oregon

Do you have a strong commitment to excellence and teamwork? Are you willing to care for our community with respect and compassion? Do you strive to always do the right thing?
If yes, you might be the Clinics Director we need!
 
At Lake Health District, we are driven by our Mission Statement, "To care for our community with respect and compassion through excellence and teamwork."  
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Lake Health District consists of a 24-bed critical access hospital, Lake Health Clinic, Alturas Health Clinic, Lakeview Gardens (Skilled Nursing and Assisted Living Facilities), Home Health & Hospice, Mental Health Centers, Public Health for Lake County, and DME Company (medical supply). We strive for excellence in everything we do. We strive to meet the changing Health Care needs of Lakeview and the surrounding area. We support them by meeting their professional needs in training, equipment, and services. We emphasize good communication with all county citizens who support us financially and through the use of our service. We care about and support our employees through training and education; who in turn are caring and committed to our patients and organization. 
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Position Details

Clinics Director
40 hours/week, Full-time, Salary, Exempt
Benefited position after 500 hour introductory period in met. 

Position Summary: 
Responsible for all business functions of the Medical Clinics. The Director promotes the effective use of personnel, supplies and equipment, develops budgets and monitors compliance, billing and collections, comprehensive knowledge of regulatory, compliance and accreditation requirements.  

Education
Bachelor's degree in a business or related field; or 7-10 years of commensurate experience required. Master's degree in a Heatlh Care/business related field and/or 3-4 years of Clinic experience. 

Licensure/Certification/Registration:
Current CPR Certificate or ability to obtain within three months of hire. Certified Professional Medical Expert (CPME), preferred.  

Experience:
Five (5) years of Medical Clinic experience including provider relations and office management preferred. Front and back office management, preferred. 

Job Knowledge: 
Knowledge of CPT/ICD coding procedures and familiarity with government, commercial and private insurance billing procedures. Knowledge of computer technology; including electronic health record system, word processing, spreadsheet, and database in order to prepare publications, reports and business correspondence. Knowledge of office management and administrative procedures. Possesses knowledge of specialized medical terminology. Familiarity with medical records administration, including HIPAA and electronic medical records. Involves discretion and independent action within prescribed limits. 

Skills:
Planning, organizing, delegating and supervising; review the work of others; gathering and interpreting data; developing and maintaining effective working relationships with providers, staff, patients, public and external agencies. Ability to make sound financial decisions and effective cost control. Ability to proceed on own imitative using independent judgment and discretion. Possesses excellent verbal and written communication skills, leadership and organizational skills, and interpersonal and time management skills. Ability to interact with Administrative, Medical Providers and professional level management personnel. 

Essential Functions: 

  • Demonstrate sound financial decision making; operates within the budget; recommends and implements methods to grow business revenue, while reducing costs without compromising patient care or safety. Identify and assists in the development and implementation of long range plans for the clinic(s). 
  • Recruits, supervises, mentors and directs Clinic Managers, to ensure the Clinic operates in an efficient manner and that the patients receive high quality customer service. 
  • Recruitment of Licensed Healthcare providers using current industry standards. 
  • Maintains on-site Medical Records Administration, including electronic medical records, insuring that all State and Federal regulations governing the release of information is followed. 
  • Supports and upholds established policies, procedures, objectives, quality improvement, safety, environmental and infection control, and codes and requirements of accreditation and regulatory agencies. 
  • Resolving problems, both administrative and operational (including the maintenance of clinic property, computer systems and installed software applications). Ensuring compliance with regulations and standards. 
  • Ensure clinic billing and collecting procedures, to include appropriate coding and ensuring that staff are trained and educated in medical coding and billing regulations. 
  • Works closely with consultants and District Administration in the preparation/modification of Clinic agreements and contract services. Abides by all Federal, State, and local laws. 
  • Develop the process working with Clinic Managers to optimize patient registration, insurance, pre-approvals, collection of demographic information, guarantor data, etc. 
  • Review internal policies and procedures and update annually. 
  • Ensure the development and maintenance of personnel policies of orientation, in-service education, supervision, evaluation, and termination of staff. 
  • Completes various special projects, which may require reviewing and analyzing information, identifying problems, recommending solutions and writing reports. 
  • Perform other duties as assigned. 

*For full job description, please contact Human Resources. 

We are looking for a candidate who works great as a team player with all departments, staff, and future employees with positive representation of Lake Health District.
 
As a Lake Health District employee, after your introductory period is met; you will receive incredible Health Insurance. Medical (90/10 split), dental, and vision coverage. Life insurance. Short and long-term disability, paid time off (PTO), 7 paid holidays, long term sick bank, pension with 6% contribution, 403b voluntary pension, flexible spending accounts, employee discount for hospital services, bereavement leave, retention bonus, education opportunities, jury duty compensation, service awards, moving assistance, air ambulance membership, AFLAC, tuition assistance, EAP, free parking, and potential recruitment sign on funds.
 
To apply, please fill out an application, attach a cover letter, and resume. Include gaps in employment and reasons for separation.
 
Criminal background check and pre-employment drug screen required upon conditional job offer.

Lake Health District is located in Lakeview, Oregon. Lakeview is a friendly county seat located in SE Oregon on the California border. With clean country living 90 miles from Klamath Falls, 3 hours from Bend or Medford, 4 hours from Reno, and 6 hours from San Francisco or Portland. Mile-High rural location where recreation abounds, quality schools, and lots of sun. Golf, hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, biking, fly-way for birds, and hang-gliding capital of the world. Check-out Lake County Oregon Chamber of Commerce at https://www.allaboutlakecounty.com/ for more information.
 
Lake Heath District is an equal opportunity employer and, as such, considers individuals for employment according to their abilities and performance. Employment decision are made without regard to race, age, religion, color, sex, national origin, physical or mental disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information or any other classification protected by law. All employment requirements mandated by local, state, and federal regulations will be observed.



 Lake Health District Job Announcement: Human Resources Director (10/14/2019) 
   
Lake Health District: Human Resources Director

Lakeview, Oregon

Do you have a strong commitment to excellence and teamwork? Are you willing to care for our community with respect and compassion? Do you strive to always do the right thing?
If yes, you might be the Human Resources Director we need!
 
At Lake Health District, we are driven by our Mission Statement, "To care for our community with respect and compassion through excellence and teamwork."  
______________________________________________________________________________________________

Lake Health District consists of a 24-bed critical access hospital, Lake Health Clinic, Alturas Health Clinic, Lakeview Gardens (Skilled Nursing and Assisted Living Facilities), Home Health & Hospice, Mental Health Centers, Public Health for Lake County, and DME Company (medical supply). We strive for excellence in everything we do. We strive to meet the changing Health Care needs of Lakeview and the surrounding area. We support them by meeting their professional needs in training, equipment, and services. We emphasize good communication with all county citizens who support us financially and through the use of our service. We care about and support our employees through training and education; who in turn are caring and committed to our patients and organization. 
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Position Details

Human Resources Director, Full-time (40 hours/week)
Salary, Exempt
Benefited position after 500 hour introductory period in met. 

Position Summary: 
Leads, coordinates, directs, and controls Human Resources functions. Activities include but are not restricted to recruitment, employment, compensation, benefits, labor, employee relations, budget planning, and monitoring. Administers, oversees, and coordinates all aspects of Human Resource related activities in accordance with Federal and State guidelines and regulations, as directed by the CEO/Administrator and in accordance with the Health District's policies and procedures. 

Education
Bachelor of Science degree in Business or a Health Care related field preferred, with HR emphasis; or a minimum of 5 years' experience in HR functions, particularly in a Health Care setting. 

Licensure/Certification/Registration:
Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Senior Certified Professional or SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) or equivalent, preferred. 

Experience:
Business or Health Care related field preferred with a minimum of 5 years' experience in HR management functions, required. HR Health Care experience, 5-7 years' preferred. 

Job Knowledge & Skills: 
Demonstrated broad experience in Human Resource Management and Administration. In-depth knowledge of compliance, workplace safety, and other regulatory issues pertaining to group practice. Knowledge of customer service concepts. Knowledge of labor and employment law relevant Federal, State, and local legislation relating Human Resources, ie., Title VII of the Civil Right Act of 1964, Affirmative Action, ADA, FMLA, Wage and Hour and Workers' Compensation. 

Skills:
Ability to use knowledge in Human Resources Management and core competencies to promote change management and a just culture promoting teamwork. Able to successfully prioritize work when face with requests, demands, and deadlines. Corroborates with key management developing and maintaining a culture of safety quality. Ability to work within a union environment, adhering to and interpreting collective bargaining agreements. Proven ability to communicate effectively, both in written and oral form. Proven presentation skills. Maintains a sensitive, fair, and impartial approach to dealing with employees. Skilled with computer software programs. Demonstrated grammatically correct communication skills in written and verbal form are required. 

*For full job description, please contact Human Resources. 

We are looking for a candidate who works great as a team player with all departments, staff, and future employees with positive representation of Lake Health District.
 
As a Lake Health District employee, after your introductory period is met; you will receive incredible Health Insurance. Medical (90/10 split), dental, and vision coverage. Life insurance. Short and long-term disability, paid time off (PTO), 7 paid holidays, long term sick bank, pension with 6% contribution, 403b voluntary pension, flexible spending accounts, employee discount for hospital services, bereavement leave, retention bonus, education opportunities, jury duty compensation, service awards, moving assistance, air ambulance membership, AFLAC, tuition assistance, EAP, free parking, and potential recruitment sign on funds.
 
To apply, please fill out an application, attach a cover letter, and resume. Include gaps in employment and reasons for separation.
 
Criminal background check and pre-employment drug screen required upon conditional job offer.

Lake Health District is located in Lakeview, Oregon. Lakeview is a friendly county seat located in SE Oregon on the California border. With clean country living 90 miles from Klamath Falls, 3 hours from Bend or Medford, 4 hours from Reno, and 6 hours from San Francisco or Portland. Mile-High rural location where recreation abounds, quality schools, and lots of sun. Golf, hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, biking, fly-way for birds, and hang-gliding capital of the world. Check-out Lake County Oregon Chamber of Commerce at https://www.allaboutlakecounty.com/ for more information.
 
Lake Heath District is an equal opportunity employer and, as such, considers individuals for employment according to their abilities and performance. Employment decision are made without regard to race, age, religion, color, sex, national origin, physical or mental disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information or any other classification protected by law. All employment requirements mandated by local, state, and federal regulations will be observed.



 Boardman Park and Recreation District Job Announcement: Aquatics Manager (10/11/2019) 
   
Boardman Park and Recreation District: Aquatics Manager

Boardman, Oregon
Hourly: $15 - $18

Boardman Park and Recreation District is accepting applications for a year-around full-time Aquatics Manager position at the Boardman Pool and Recreation Center.

 

This is a full time exempt position with benefits. Experience: Two-year experience as a manager. Prior lifeguard experience preferred. Must be able to pass Red Cross Certifications.

 

HOW TO APPLY
Interested applicants need to submit a cover letter and resume.

Submit all application materials in hardcopy or electronic form. Faxes will not be accepted.


Application deadline: Open until filled
Status: At-Will, Exempt Employee, 40 hours per week
Pay Range: $15.00 - $18.00hr negotiable depending on qualifications or experience
Location: 311 N. Olson Rd Boardman, Oregon 97818

Questions: Email (preferred method): scott@boardmanpool.com Phone: 551-616-1050
Website:
www.boardmanpool.com



 Oak Lodge Water Services District Job Announcement: District Recorder (10/11/2019) 
   
Oak Lodge Water Services District: District Recorder

Oak Grove, Oregon
Hourly: $26.59-$35.54

Job Title:                  District Recorder

Department:            All

FLSA:                       Non-Exempt 

Service Type:          Non-represented Confidential Employee

Reports To:             Human Resources and Payroll Manager

Hourly Wage:          $26.59 to $35.54/DOE and Certifications

Location:                 Oak Grove, Oregon

Schedule:                8:00-5:00 pm, M-F

Opening Date:        10/07/2019

Closing Date:          11/11/2019 11:59 PM

Website:                  www.oaklodgewaterservices.org

Contact:                   Aleah Binkowski at aleah@olwsd.org or 503-353-4210

 

Oak Lodge Water Services District is looking for a District Recorder responsible for maintaining all the District’s records and data. This position will work under the Human Resources and Payroll Manager but will work closely with all departments. This position is responsible for organizing District records and records retention. Coordinating all Board meetings, preparing all Board packets, recording all meeting minutes and ensuring compliance with laws governing public meeting are all essential functions of this position.

 

How to Apply:

Application materials must be completed by the closing date to be considered for this position. Any application that is missing a cover letter and resume will not be considered. No late, incomplete or faxed applications will be accepted. More specific instructions can be found on the District application including instructions for requesting veteran’s preference. Internal candidates are to contact the Human Resources department for District Application and further information. Please visit www.oaklodgewaterservices.org for an employment application and further information.
The required materials to be turned in for this recruitment are:

1. District Application
2. Resume
3. Cover Letter

About Oak Lodge Water Services District:

Oak Lodge Water Services provides clean water and sanitary services to residents of the unincorporated communities of Oak Grove and Jennings Lodge. Oak Lodge Water Services serves over 30,000 residents. Prior to January 2017, two separate water and sanitary districts serviced the area separately. Oak Lodge Water provided drinking water and Oak Lodge Sanitary provided sanitary sewer and watershed protection. In May 2016, voters in the district passed a measure to consolidate the two districts into a single district. Our newly combined district is focusing on delivering the best possible services to our customers efficiently and effectively.


The District’s key values are:

  • Our customers
  • Respecting the opinions and voices of coworkers, customers, the general public, and the Board
  • Maintaining a positive and professional environment that expects honesty, integrity, quality customer service, and social responsibility
  • Positive relationships, and always reaching for the best within ourselves
  • Recruiting and maintaining highly motivated people to provide quality service to our customers

By practicing these values, we create an open forum to achieve excellence in communication and work processes which provide our customers with efficient wastewater, surface water and clean water services that protect public health and water quality. At Oak Lodge Water Services District, we strive to create a culture of teamwork and excellence in Public Service.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES:  

  • Serve as District records custodian by administering, developing, and implementing a District-wide records management program, including overseeing the District’s records management policy, maintaining records management guidelines and procedures for staff, reviewing and updating the retention schedule and working with District staff to maintain an inventory of records.
  • Researches and identify opportunities for enhancements
  • Analyzes records generated and retained by the District to identify those with enduring administrative, legal or historical value; develops materials and other tools to support records management program activities.
  • Manages all District records and archives on all formats including electronic and paper; develops and implements policies and procedures for data retrievals, re-files, and destructions of District records.
  • Prepares, plans, and budgets required resources for records management program; identifies and projects current and future needs in records storage, document conversion, and records and information management activities.
  • Provide education and guidance to staff based on Oregon Administrative Rules (OAR) for records management.
  • Assist the Human Resources Manager in developing a records management orientation for existing staff and new employees.
  • Develop and maintain a District-wide disaster recovery program for vital records.
  • Respond to public records requests and public inquiries and complaints. Provide public records to citizens, staff, civic organizations, news media, and other public agencies in compliance with Oregon Public Records Law.
  • Record documents with the County Recording Office.
  • Provide clerical assistance to the General Manager, Human Resources Manager and the Board of Directors as directed.
  • Develop and schedule an orientation program for new Board and Budget Committee Members.
  • Develop systems and processes for Board of Director’s correspondence and communications.
  • Serve as Elections Officer for the District, providing information to incumbent and prospective Board Members, serving as liaison to Clackamas County Elections.
  • Maintain and index the District's files including but not limited intergovernmental agreements, property records and other related documentation.
  • Coordinate and attend Board of Directors Meetings and Budget Committee meetings, joint meetings and retreats, drafting routine staff reports and resolutions, assembling and coordinating the agenda packets, preparing public notices in compliance with applicable open meeting laws, preparing meeting rooms, coordinating catering, providing the Board of Director’s and attendees with agenda packets, preparing written and audio recordings of meetings, summarizing actions taken at meetings and preparing minutes for posting to the District’s website.
  • Serve as Oregon Notary Public.
  • Provide backup administrative support to the General Manager, Human Resource Manager and other Managers in the absence of other Administrative support staff.
  • Serve as a backup to the Administrative staff and answer customer call and deliver superior customer service to our rate payers and others.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.

RECRUITING REQUIREMENTS:

 

Knowledge, Skill, and Ability:

  • Knowledge of Records management principles and quality control methods, laws and regulations, practices and principles governing public records.
  • Knowledge of State archive record-keeping requirements and other statutory and legal regulations regarding records management.
  • Knowledge of ANSI/AIIM standards related to records and information management; records center operations, archival requirements and preservation needs.
  • Knowledge of current trends in information technology affecting records and information management; and monitoring techniques.
  • Knowledge of the laws and regulations governing public meetings and public notices.
  • Knowledge of the laws and regulations governing special districts, special district boards and special district elections.
  • Knowledge of proper minute taking techniques.
  • Knowledge of Board policies, procedures and rules.
  • Knowledge of basic computer operations and Microsoft Office as well as.
  • Ability to use general office equipment.
  • Ability to recognize and keep sensitive information confidential.
  • Ability to perform effectively in an independent or team environment.
  • Ability to manage records and information in any format, in accordance with applicable statutes, regulations and District policy, guidance and records retention schedule.
  • Skill to Effectively administers a comprehensive records management program and learn and apply a variety of computer software programs.
  • Skill to analyze information, prepare reports and make recommendations.
  • Skill to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing and establish and maintain effective working relationships with District employees and representatives from other organizations.

Experience and Training:

  • Associate degree or equivalent in Management, Business Administration or a closely related field; and
  • Minimum of three years of general office experience including one-year experience in a position related to public office administration and records management or as a municipal clerk; or
  • Any combination of experience and training which provides the equivalent scope of knowledge, skills and abilities required to perform the work.

Special Qualifications Required: (Licensure or Certification)

  1. Possession of a valid Oregon driver’s license
  2. Certified Records Manager or Certified Municipal Clerk preferred.
  3. Oregon Notary Public or ability to qualify as a notary public within 30 days.

Physical Demands and Working Conditions:

The following are representative of physical demands that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job notwithstanding reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities:

  • The employee frequently is required to stand, walk, sit, talk and hear.
  • The employee is occasionally required to balance, stoop, bend, reach, kneel or crouch.
  • The employee must occasionally life and/or move 25-50 pounds.
  • Operate, read information and focus on a personal computer, telephone, and other related equipment.
  • Work occasionally outside of normal working hours to attend various night meetings.
  • Respond to work, without advanced notice, in times of adverse weather, natural disaster, emergency, or another unusual event as determined by the District.

Ranking and Selection

The ranking and selection of applicants to proceed in the process for this recruitment includes experience, education, or an explanation of transferable skills and experience and meeting the minimum qualifications of this position. 



 Pacific City Joint Water-Sanitary Authority Job Announcement: Authority Manager (10/2/2019) 
   
Pacific City Joint Water-Sanitary Authority: Authority Manager

Salary Range: $85,000-$125,000

The Pacific City Joint Water-Sanitary Authority (PCJWSA) is located in Pacific City, on the Oregon Coast. PCJWSA is a publicly owned water and wastewater special district governed by a five-member Board of Directors. The Authority serves approximately 1,400 homes and businesses in a 2.7 square mile area within the unincorporated community of Pacific City and Woods. PCJWSA operates on a FY 2019/20 budget of $9.1 million and with 9 full-time employees. Under the general direction of the Board of Directors, the Authority Manager is responsible for water and sanitary services provided within the PCJWSA service boundary, including related financial, administrative, operational, and technical management. A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in a related field is preferred. Candidates must have at least 10 years of experience directly relevant to job duties, including 5 years as a supervisor. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 5 years of responsibility for a Grade III or higher tertiary activated sludge facility, Grade III or higher wastewater collection system, Grade II or higher water distribution system, and Grade I or higher membrane surface water treatment plant. The new Authority Manager is expected to relocate to the Oregon Coast and live within 20 minutes of the PCJWSA office. For a complete position profile and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/, click on "Open Recruitments" and then click the position title. To apply, click on “Apply Online” and follow the directions provided. For questions, call 206-368-0050. The Pacific City Joint Water-Sanitary Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: October 27, 2019  (open until filled).



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