BPHC serves as the Sponsoring Organization for the Boston Healthcare Preparedness Coalition (HPC), the City of Boston’s Health and Medical Coordinating Coalition (HMCC). The Senior Program Manager, Healthcare System Preparedness is responsible for overseeing program and project management of the Boston HPC on behalf of BPHC. The Senior Program Manager leads the recruitment and engagement of the Boston HPC members, and leads the development and completion of initiatives set forth by the Boston HPC Executive Committee and various project specific working groups.Read More
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) is seeking to hire a self-motivated professional who will work as a member of the Office of Administration & Finance in the Bureau of Substance Addiction Services (BSAS) to prepare, process, and monitor all types of BSAS contracts.Read More
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) is seeking a self-motivated professional to work as a member of the Office of Administration & Finance in the Bureau of Substance Addiction Services (BSAS) to coordinate, monitor, and implement BSAS billing practices as well as conduct fiscal reviews on BSAS providers.
The Business Management Specialist will assist with billing entry process and resolution of billing issues, and will also provide ongoing technical assistance. Utilizing Commonwealth systems and resources, this individual will create and monitor payment transactions and research contract and vendor information. These resources include, but are not limited to, MMARS, VendorWeb, EIM/ESM, Commbuys, and New PTS.
The incumbent will also be responsible for contract and expenditure tracking and reporting for BSAS interpreter services requests and other duties as assigned.Read More
The Department of Public Health (DPH) in collaboration with the Plymouth County Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) in Brockton is seeking a caring and compassionate nursing professional for the role of Pediatric SANE. Fostered by a “do no harm” philosophy of care, our ideal applicant will provide comprehensive nursing care which may include but not be limited to completion of a forensic examination with forensic evidence collection, and screening, testing and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STI) as needed. The ideal candidate will provide care that is developmentally appropriate to children and their families, and will serve as part of the CAC’s multidisciplinary team in response to concerns of child sexual abuse. Additional responsibilities include providing psycho-social support, teaching, health promotion, anticipatory guidance and linkages to the child’s primary care provider.Read More
The Outbreak and Response Coordinator will administer surveillance, investigations, environmental assessments, control measures, and post response activities for the Food Protection Program (FPP) in collaboration with other agencies and jurisdictions. The incumbent will respond to reports of food-related illness, injury, outbreaks and hazards, whether unintentional or deliberate, and generates recommendations for foodborne illness (FBI) prevention. This position will coordinate response activity with and technical support to local Boards of Health (LBoH), and develops informational meetings for local officials, industry stakeholders and professional society representatives, state and federal officials, and other interested parties. The Outbreak and Response Coordinator will assist with the development, training and coordination of emergency response procedures and the environmental investigation of foodborne disease outbreaks, food/food establishment and consumer product complaints, food tampering and other naturally-occurring or man-made disasters including bioterrorism events affecting the safety of the food supply. He/she will be responsible for reporting on technical aspects of above topics to Director of the FPP, other DPH staff and/or staff of local, state or federal agencies; makes presentations at public health hearings and/or other public meetings. The individual will also assist with grant development and management, and prepares reports, studies and analytical data on environmental assessments and/or processes related to the above topics.Read More
The Epidemiologist I position helps to maintain all aspects of the HIV/AIDS reporting system including HIV data in the Bureau’s integrated disease surveillance system. The incumbent will work with state and federal epidemiologists to integrate information obtained from HIV/AIDS case reports. This position will use HIV surveillance and laboratory data to identify HIV+ individuals that may have fallen out of care or not in optimal care.Read More
CommunicateHealth is looking for an experienced project manager with a proven ability to manage the development of complex websites and digital products with multidisciplinary teams of researchers, writers, designers, and developers. You should enjoy working independently and collaboratively, have experience giving and receiving feedback, and have outstanding organizational skills and attention to detail. You must be committed to making health information easier to understand and use.Read More
The individual is responsible for establishing and maintaining surveillance infrastructure within the Office of Integrated Surveillance and Informatics Services (ISIS), Bureau of Disease and Laboratory Sciences (BIDLS).The Bureau is seeking qualified candidates interested in public health and infectious disease surveillance. Candidates with subject matter expertise in sexually transmitted infection (STI) and HIV surveillance and informatics are preferred. Strong analytical skills and experience with SAS and other analytic tools are of benefit. Candidates must maintain sensitivity to handling confidential health information and attention to detail.Read More
The Foodborne Illness Response Analyst works with the Working Group on Foodborne Illness Control (WGFIC) to investigate incidents or outbreaks of foodborne illness (FBI) or injury, and coordinates Rapid Response Team (RRT) activations and environmental investigations with epidemiology and laboratory investigators. This position is responsible for monitoring and tracking food-related incidents that are reported in federal databases and will perform recall audit checks. The Analyst will develop training tools and job aids for state, local and/or federal agency personnel to investigate and track suspect foodborne illness outbreaks, and to improve the reporting of foodborne illness outbreaks to DPH in a timely manner. The Analyst also assists with environmental assessments and collects environmental samples for laboratory analysis as directed, participates on the Food Establishment Advisory Committee (FEAC), and coordinates and monitors FBI responses activities on behalf of FPP. The Analyst will assess and/or identify possible corrective actions that would reduce or eliminate causative conditions of foodborne illnesses.Read More
The Manufactured Food Regulatory Program Standards (MFRPS) Coordinator will prepare and review reports and documents, and monitors activities in DPH Bureau of Environmental Health’s Food Protection Program (FPP) which supports the FDA MFRPS cooperative agreement between the Department and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This position will be responsible for overseeing elements of the MFRPS cooperative agreement by completing program self-assessments and improvement plans; updating and implementing a strategic plan; coordinating mid-year and annual report narratives; preparing and maintaining documents for program audits; coordinating staff MFRPS trainings; and developing staff reports on integration of federal, state, local and industry partners with respect to program standards.Read More