Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Stipend & Hospital Grant Program Coordinator – DOH6935
Washington State Department of Health
Location: Tumwater, Washington
Type: Full Time
Salary: $4,777.00 - $6,260.00 Monthly
Telecommuting is allowed.
This is a full-time, permanent Health Services Consultant 3 position located within the Division of Prevention & Community Health’s Office of Healthy & Safe Communities.
This Health Services Consultant 3 (HSC3) position administers the Department of Health’s Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) stipend and hospital grant program. This program strengthens access to medical care and survivor-centered, trauma informed forensic evidence collection after a sexual assault has occurred. In this position, you will work with multiple state agencies, a variety of community collaborators, and the IVP Section Manager to implement the stipend and hospital grant program(s).
As the SANE Stipend and Hospital Grant Coordinator, you will:
Ensure any necessary rules processes are adhered to and are current.
Administer the program(s) to ensure funds allocated by the legislature are efficiently distributed to eligible nurse’s and hospitals to increase access to medical forensic exams and meet survivor needs.
Represent the department at various collaborator forums related to or intersecting with gender-based violence such as sexual assault, intimate/dating partner violence, sex-trafficking, suicide, and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).
Support the Injury and Violence Prevention Program’s continuum of prevention strategies.
The duty station for this position is Tumwater, WA. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, telework (mobile-work) is currently expected. When approved to return, the incumbent is expected to report to the duty station for work activities as needed. An alternative work schedule may be considered upon request and supervisor approval. Telework-once returned to the duty station for work activities, may be considered upon request with supervisory approval.
Option 1: Five (5) or more years of experience in public health, consultative or program management experience at a government agency or in a public health or injury and violence prevention or health services related field; AND three (3) or more years of experience in group partner engagement, group facilitation, communications/resource development, and bookkeeping tasks which include tracking expenses and reimbursement.
Option 2: A bachelor’s degree in public health, health care administration, public or business administration or related field; AND four (4) or more years of experience in group partner engagement, group facilitation, communications/resource development, and bookkeeping tasks which include tracking expenses and reimbursements.
Option 3: A master’s degree in public health, health care administration, public or business administration or in a public health or injury and violence or health services related field; AND two (2) or more years of public health, consultative or program management experience at a government agency or in a public health or injury and violence prevention or health services related field; AND one (1) more years of experience in partner engagement, group facilitation, communications/resource development, and bookkeeping tasks which include tracking expenses and reimbursements.
Two (2) or more years of experience in the gender-based violence prevention/intervention field.
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