Florida Department of Health, Broward County Health Department - Fort Lauderdale, FL

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This is a responsible professional position involving planning, monitoring, evaluation and consultation in the Tuberculosis Program. This position which will function as the TB Program Manager will have direct oversight of the tuberculosis control field operations and staff. Coordinates activities of the program staff to identify, plan and develop community resources for the delivery of services related to the control of tuberculosis. Monitors program indices relative to program goals to identify deficiencies and provide methods and recommendations for corrective actions. This position reports directly to the Assistant Community Health Nursing Director in the Communicable Disease Division

• Master's degree in Public Health, Social Work, Health Administration or Public Administration from an accredited university • 3 years of experience at the program management and supervisory level in a communicable disease related program • 3 years of experience the planning, monitoring and evaluation of programs • 3 years of experience in Tuberculosis control or other communicable disease prevention programs • 5 years of experience with computers: spreadsheet word processing programs (i.e. Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint) • 3 years of experience in supervision of paid staff

Organization Description:
The Broward County Health Department represents a unique partnership between Broward County and the State of Florida. We achieve success by working with all of our partners in the local public health system including healthcare partners, the faith community, educational institutions, governmental agencies, non profit groups and other less traditional partners such as first responders and businesses. While the Broward County Health Department provides a broad range of direct patient care services to some of our residents, there are also many “silent” services which protect the broader community’s health every day such as disease control and surveillance, environmental health and disaster preparedness. Public health touches all of our lives everyday, whether directly or indirectly

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