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Location : Location US-NY-Albany
The Hourly Project Assistant II will be part of the data modernization infrastructure team in New York State Department of Health. The incumbent will be involved in foundational building blocks for data modernization including infrastructure, cloud, and engineering effort to move data analytics and management to the cloud and developing cloud best practices. The incumbent will be involved in identifying opportunities for modernization and implementation of innovative data analytics models/technologies. The incumbent will have the opportunity to participate in implementation of a virtual, share computing environment for data analytics.
Job ID
2023-6431
Department
Office of Public Health
Type
Hourly
Grade
Hourly
Salary
USD $20.00/Hr.
Maximum Salary
USD $20.00/Yr.
% Travel
None
Applications to be submitted by (Date)
2/15/2023
Location : Location US-NY-Menands
HRI will soon be implementing Workday as its new cloud-based ERP software system.  The [Sr. System Analyst or System Analyst] position will play a vital role as part of the HRI post-implementation Workday support team within HRI’s Corporate Office. This will be a proactive, strategically focused, and value driven team that will play a critical role in achieving organizational goals and striving towards continuous innovation to deliver greater value to HRI. The Sr. System Analyst will oversee the daily system support for Workday FINS including Accounting, Banking and Settlement, Business Assets, Grants Management and Procurement. The incumbent will lead more complex troubleshooting and corrective action to resolve business issues and support for application enhancements and bug fixes. The analyst will provide subject matter guidance and expertise for application functionality, including business processes and configuration capabilities. In collaboration with the ERP Manager, Sr. System Analyst for HCM, and the technology team, the incumbent will play a lead role in preparation for all scheduled releases, and all changes made to dimensions, hierarchies, business processes and validation rules. In addition, the Sr. Finance System Analyst will lead the development and enforcement of security policies, perform bulk uploads, data extracts, and data analysis including the creation of reports and dashboards for users. Other related duties as assigned
Job ID
2023-6420
Department
Health Research, Inc. - Executive Office
Type
Full Time
Grade
M25
Salary
USD $84,182.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $84,182.00/Yr.
% Travel
Up to 25%
Applications to be submitted by (Date)
1/31/2023
Location : Location US-NY-Menands
HRI will soon be implementing Workday as its new cloud-based ERP software system.  The [Sr. System Analyst or System Analyst] position will play a vital role as part of the HRI post-implementation Workday support team within HRI’s Corporate Office. This will be a proactive, strategically focused, and value driven team that will play a critical role in achieving organizational goals and striving towards continuous innovation to deliver greater value to HRI. The System Analyst will provide daily system monitoring and support for Workday. They will respond to and/or triage support tickets, respond to less complex user questions and report and data requests, assign security to users, monitor business processes for completion, and monitor multiple high volume transactional processes. The System Analyst will perform system audits and provide end-user training and guidance. Other related duties as assigned.
Job ID
2023-6418
Department
Health Research, Inc. - Executive Office
Type
Full Time
Grade
M18
Salary
USD $61,363.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $61,363.00/Yr.
% Travel
Up to 25%
Applications to be submitted by (Date)
1/31/2023
Location : Location US-NY-Syracuse
The Senior Health Program Coordinator will be located within the AIDS Institute Office of Drug User Health (ODUH). The incumbent will provide technical assistance to NYS Department of Health contractors who work with the most vulnerable New Yorkers. The funded programs serve a population that has substance use disorder, is unstably housed, and suffers from multiple physical and mental health problems. The incumbent will ensure that COVID-19 education, access to COVID-19 testing and vaccinations are available to program clients and that the organization is prepared for any other disease outbreak.   The Senior Health Program Coordinator will assist in the coordination of and/or coordinate projects related to women, pregnant and parenting people who use drugs (PWUD) and the Women Who Use Drug (WWUD) workgroup. The incumbent will develop and coordinate presentations, education, training and resources to address the barriers and challenges women, pregnant and parenting people who use drugs face accessing harm reduction, substance use treatment and healthcare in NYS. The incumbent will contribute to the development of a needs assessment and policy paper to address the needs, barriers and challenges faced by women, pregnant and parenting people who use drugs in NYS.   The incumbent will be responsible for the coordination of contract related activities contracts for syringe exchange programs and drug user health hub (SEP/DUHH) agencies. The incumbent will assist in the coordination of the negotiation of budgets and workplans, assist in the coordination of program implementation activities, assist in the coordination of agency activities and quality improvement efforts, and provide technical assistance to enhance contractors' effectiveness, efficiencies, efficacies, and outcomes related to funded services. The incumbent will review monthly narrative, fiscal and data reports and conduct site visits to observe agencies' functioning and client satisfaction with services. The incumbent will also be responsible for written reports; and perform other appropriate related duties.   This position is supported by the New York State Public Health Corps Fellowship Program.   Successful completion of the Public Health Essentials certificate program will be required.
Job ID
2023-6408
Department
AIDS Institute - Office of Drug User Health
Type
Full Time
Grade
P20
Salary
USD $67,066.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $67,066.00/Yr.
% Travel
Up to 25%
Applications to be submitted by (Date)
2/14/2023
Location : Location US-NY-Rochester
The Senior Health Program Coordinator will be located within the AIDS Institute Office of Drug User Health (ODUH). The incumbent will provide technical assistance to NYS Department of Health contractors who work with the most vulnerable New Yorkers. The funded programs serve a population that has substance use disorder, is unstably housed, and suffers from multiple physical and mental health problems. The incumbent will ensure that COVID-19 education, access to COVID-19 testing and vaccinations are available to program clients and that the organization is prepared for any other disease outbreak.   The Senior Health Program Coordinator will assist in the coordination of and/or coordinate projects related to women, pregnant and parenting people who use drugs (PWUD) and the Women Who Use Drug (WWUD) workgroup. The incumbent will develop and coordinate presentations, education, training and resources to address the barriers and challenges women, pregnant and parenting people who use drugs face accessing harm reduction, substance use treatment and healthcare in NYS. The incumbent will contribute to the development of a needs assessment and policy paper to address the needs, barriers and challenges faced by women, pregnant and parenting people who use drugs in NYS.   The incumbent will be responsible for the coordination of contract related activities contracts for syringe exchange programs and drug user health hub (SEP/DUHH) agencies. The incumbent will assist in the coordination of the negotiation of budgets and workplans, assist in the coordination of program implementation activities, assist in the coordination of agency activities and quality improvement efforts, and provide technical assistance to enhance contractors' effectiveness, efficiencies, efficacies, and outcomes related to funded services. The incumbent will review monthly narrative, fiscal and data reports and conduct site visits to observe agencies' functioning and client satisfaction with services. The incumbent will also be responsible for written reports; and perform other appropriate related duties.   This position is supported by the New York State Public Health Corps Fellowship Program.   Successful completion of the Public Health Essentials certificate program will be required.
Job ID
2023-6407
Department
AIDS Institute - Office of Drug User Health
Type
Full Time
Grade
P20
Salary
USD $67,066.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $67,066.00/Yr.
% Travel
Up to 25%
Applications to be submitted by (Date)
2/13/2023
Location : Location US-NY-Buffalo
The Senior Health Program Coordinator will be located within the AIDS Institute Office of Drug User Health (ODUH). The incumbent will provide technical assistance to NYS Department of Health contractors who work with the most vulnerable New Yorkers. The funded programs serve a population that has substance use disorder, is unstably housed, and suffers from multiple physical and mental health problems. The incumbent will ensure that COVID-19 education, access to COVID-19 testing and vaccinations are available to program clients and that the organization is prepared for any other disease outbreak.   The Senior Health Program Coordinator will assist in the coordination of and/or coordinate projects related to women, pregnant and parenting people who use drugs (PWUD) and the Women Who Use Drug (WWUD) workgroup. The incumbent will develop and coordinate presentations, education, training and resources to address the barriers and challenges women, pregnant and parenting people who use drugs face accessing harm reduction, substance use treatment and healthcare in NYS. The incumbent will contribute to the development of a needs assessment and policy paper to address the needs, barriers and challenges faced by women, pregnant and parenting people who use drugs in NYS.   The incumbent will be responsible for the coordination of contract related activities contracts for syringe exchange programs and drug user health hub (SEP/DUHH) agencies. The incumbent will assist in the coordination of the negotiation of budgets and workplans, assist in the coordination of program implementation activities, assist in the coordination of agency activities and quality improvement efforts, and provide technical assistance to enhance contractors' effectiveness, efficiencies, efficacies, and outcomes related to funded services. The incumbent will review monthly narrative, fiscal and data reports and conduct site visits to observe agencies' functioning and client satisfaction with services. The incumbent will also be responsible for written reports; and perform other appropriate related duties.   This position is supported by the New York State Public Health Corps Fellowship Program.   Successful completion of the Public Health Essentials certificate program will be required.
Job ID
2023-6406
Department
AIDS Institute - Office of Drug User Health
Type
Full Time
Grade
P20
Salary
USD $67,066.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $67,066.00/Yr.
% Travel
Up to 25%
Applications to be submitted by (Date)
2/14/2023
Location : Location US-NY-Albany
The Program Research Specialist II will join a team of public health professionals and will provide programmatic support for environmental surveillance activities, including the current statewide COVID-19 wastewater-based epidemiology program. The incumbent will coordinate with regional program representatives and local, regional and federal scientists and collaborators around sewershed surveillance; summarize data and interpret results; prepare internal reports, presentations, posters, tables, charts, and graphs; contribute toward the development of presentations for stakeholders and the public; and supervise staff. Other appropriate related duties as assigned.
Job ID
2023-6405
Department
Center for Environmental Health - Bureau of Environmental & Occupational Epidemiology
Type
Full Time
Grade
P18
Salary
USD $60,522.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $60,522.00/Yr.
% Travel
Up to 25%
Applications to be submitted by (Date)
1/31/2023
Location : Location US-NY-New York City
The Program Assistant I will provide administrative and programmatic support for the Health Equity Unit, a program located in the AIDS Institute's Office of the Medical Director (OMD) that provides technical expertise on health equity to the entire AIDS Institute. Specific duties will include: assisting with the coordination of health equity activities and special projects, including the AI Health Equity Initiative and Priority Plan; coordinating in-person and virtual meetings, listening sessions, and trainings with contractors, staff and community members; supporting design and development of the Health Equity Unit's SharePoint site and NYSDOH health equity web page; assisting with the development of written documents, fact sheets and trainings; assisting with the procurement process, fiscal and contract activities; ensuring coordination of communication and information sharing within the Health Equity Unit, the Health Equity Initiative and with other AIDS Institute units.  Other appropriate related duties as assigned.
Job ID
2023-6399
Department
AIDS Institute - Office of the Medical Director
Type
Full Time
Grade
P16
Salary
USD $54,232.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $54,232.00/Yr.
% Travel
Up to 25%
Applications to be submitted by (Date)
2/10/2023
Location : Location US-NY-New York City
The Health Program Administrator (HPA) will coordinate the administrative and operational activities of the ODUH; coordinate, prepare and monitor documents for Executive Deputy Commissioner review and approval for ODUH; coordinate updates to ODUH website(s) and SharePoint site(s), participate in fiscal and contract management activities; coordinate the facility-related needs of the ODUH; supervise staff; represent ODUH and coordinate special projects; other related duties as assigned.
Job ID
2023-6397
Department
AIDS Institute - Office of Drug User Health
Type
Full Time
Grade
P18
Salary
USD $60,522.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $60,522.00/Yr.
% Travel
None
Applications to be submitted by (Date)
2/9/2023
Location : Location US-NY-Albany
The Evaluation Specialist III in the Office of Program Evaluation and Research (OPER) will conduct evaluation and data analysis activities for the CDC OD2A (Overdose Data to Action) grant. The incumbent will develop and implement program evaluation projects in multiple areas, including drug-users health, opioid use disorders, and linkage to care services including drug testing, drug treatment and harm reduction.   The incumbent will conduct all phases of the complete program evaluation process, including problem definition, planning, implementation, analysis, interpretation, and reporting of findings. The incumbent is responsible for developing and/or selecting appropriate evaluation methodology, data management, and data analysis for multiple study components in accomplishing specific project goals. Other related duties as assigned.  
Job ID
2023-6395
Department
AIDS Institute - Office of Program Evaluation & Research
Type
Full Time
Grade
P23
Salary
USD $78,355.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $78,355.00/Yr.
% Travel
Up to 25%
Applications to be submitted by (Date)
2/9/2023
Location : Location US-NY-New York City
The Health Program Coordinator (HPC) will assist with the coordination of program activities under the purview of the Deputy Director, Office of Health Equity and Human Rights, which includes report writing, coordinating and supporting program activities within the Health Equity Impact Assessment unit in the Office of Health Equity and Human Rights, liaise with external stakeholders regarding the Department's implementation of the Health Equity Impact Assessment legislation, and participate in special projects related to the Office of Health Equity and Human Rights mission and goals. The incumbent will assist in the coordination of project activities; coordinate, plan and monitor event logistics; coordinate team meetings and webinars; and update and maintain key documents as they pertain to advancing health equity using lessons from COVID-19 response efforts.   This position is supported by the New York State Public Health Corps Fellowship Program.   Successful completion of the Public Health Essentials certificate program will be required.
Job ID
2023-6394
Department
Office of Health Equity and Human Rights
Type
Full Time
Grade
P18
Salary
USD $60,522.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $60,522.00/Yr.
% Travel
Up to 25%
Applications to be submitted by (Date)
2/3/2023
Location : Location US-NY-Albany
The Health Program Coordinator will be assigned to the Bureau of Community Environmental Health and Food Protection (BCEHFP) within the Center of Environmental Health and will report directly to the Bureau Director. The incumbent will provide project management support for special projects within the BCEHFP. The incumbent will assist with the development of new initiatives, conduct code revisions, and provide guidance and assist staff to update program review tools within the Bureau. The incumbent will support staff rewriting the Environmental Health Manual policy and procedure items and assist with development of standardization training for the field. Other duties will include assisting with coordination of emergency response activities for future public health emergencies, as needed.   This position is supported by the New York State Public Health Corps Fellowship Program.   Successful completion of the Public Health Essentials certificate program will be required.   This position may require some overnight travel.
Job ID
2023-6393
Department
Center for Environmental Health - Bureau of Community Environmental Health & Food Protection
Type
Full Time
Grade
P18
Salary
USD $60,522.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $60,522.00/Yr.
% Travel
Up to 25%
Applications to be submitted by (Date)
2/3/2023
Location : Location US-NY-Albany
The Health Program Coordinator (HPC) will assist with the coordination of program activities under the purview of the Deputy Director, Office of Health Equity and Human Rights, which includes report writing, coordinating and supporting program activities within the Health Equity Impact Assessment unit in the Office of Health Equity and Human Rights, liaise with external stakeholders regarding the Department's implementation of the Health Equity Impact Assessment legislation, and participate in special projects related to the Office of Health Equity and Human Rights mission and goals. The incumbent will assist in the coordination of project activities; coordinate, plan and monitor event logistics; coordinate team meetings and webinars; and update and maintain key documents as they pertain to advancing health equity using lessons from COVID-19 response efforts.   This position is supported by the New York State Public Health Corps Fellowship Program.   Successful completion of the Public Health Essentials certificate program will be required.
Job ID
2023-6392
Department
Office of Health Equity and Human Rights
Type
Full Time
Grade
P18
Salary
USD $60,522.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $60,522.00/Yr.
% Travel
Up to 25%
Applications to be submitted by (Date)
2/3/2023
Location : Location US-NY-Albany
The Research Scientist II will perform research and analyses to support infection prevention and response activities in New York State. The incumbent will use several Department databases (e.g. National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN), Nosocomial Outbreak Reporting Application (NORA), all-payer database (APD/SPARCS), and the Electronic Clinical Laboratory Reporting System (ECLRS) to monitor, track and analyze the local and regional epidemiology of Candida auris, Carbapenem Resistant Enterobactericeae (CRE), and other emerging pathogens. The results will be used to develop, implement, and evaluate interventions to improve reporting and decrease the spread of infections. The Research Scientist II will perform data linkages, conduct statistical analyses, interpret the findings, and contribute to the preparation of manuscripts and presentations. Other related duties as assigned.
Job ID
2023-6390
Department
Center for Community Health - Bureau of Healthcare Associated Infections
Type
Full Time
Grade
P22
Salary
USD $74,417.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $74,417.00/Yr.
% Travel
Up to 25%
Applications to be submitted by (Date)
2/9/2023
Location : Location US-NY-Menands
This position works in the Bureau of Cancer Prevention and Control (BCPC) as part of the NYS Cancer Services Program.  The Senior Program Coordinator will lead and oversee implementation of the clinical components of the NYS Cancer Services Program, supervise and manage programmatic and clinical staff responsible for Cancer Services Program case management, quality assurance/improvement, and Medicaid Cancer Treatment Program enrollment activities, collaborate across the bureau and other Division and Department programs to inform and coordinate CSP clinical program implementation with all other CSP functions (e.g., payment systems, setting reimbursement schedules, standards of care, credentialing providers to participate in the CSP, data collection, etc.) and support the work of the Bureau and other appropriate related duties.   The Bureau oversees the State’s Cancer Services Program (CSP); a set of statewide community-based contractors that conduct outreach and targeted education to recruit uninsured, underserved New Yorkers who are less likely to receive cancer screening and who experience disparities due to factors such as race, ethnicity, gender, geography, and social determinants of health and connect them with cancer screening, diagnostic, and treatment services.  Statewide, the CSP provides cancer screening and diagnostic services to an average of 25,000 clients annually. The Bureau’s Clinical Care Unit staff ensure that the over 4,000 health care providers offering clinical services to CSP clients are appropriately credentialed to offer those services and that clients receive comprehensive, timely and quality cancer services.
Job ID
2022-6388
Department
Center for Community Health - Bureau of Cancer Prevention and Control
Type
Full Time
Grade
P25
Salary
USD $87,081.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $87,081.00/Yr.
% Travel
Up to 25%
Applications to be submitted by (Date)
2/9/2023
Location : Location US-NY-New Rochelle/Monticello
The Senior Program Coordinator will be located in the Bureau of HIV/STD Field Services (BHSFS) within the Metropolitan Regional Office in New Rochelle. The incumbent will provide administrative and program oversight of the HIV/STD Field Services programs on Long Island and in the Lower and Mid-Hudson Valley, to ensure compliance with and the development of program standards and procedures. The incumbent will oversee the coordination of program planning, including strategic planning, the development of innovative program procedures and standards, and overseeing staff compliance in their implementation; oversee established communication, monitoring and evaluation plans; oversee activities related to the HIV/STD partner services contracts with Local Health Departments; supervise staff and perform other appropriate related duties.   Travel will be required, 25%-50% of the time.  A minimum of 1-3 days/week in each the Long Island and Lower Hudson Valley Regional Offices.
Job ID
2022-6387
Department
AIDS Institute - Bureau of HIV/STD Field Services
Type
Full Time
Grade
P25
Salary
USD $87,081.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $87,081.00/Yr.
% Travel
25%-50%
Applications to be submitted by (Date)
2/2/2023
Location : Location US-NY-Albany
The Health Program Administrator (HPA) will assist with contract development and administration activities which will include providing technical assistance to contract managers and/or, at the request of the contract manager, directly with agencies (in conjunction with contract manager) to support them in addressing fiscal issues such as preparation of budgets, budget justifications, budget amendments/modifications, and claims for reimbursement of expenses; serving as a liaison to and provide information and/or clarification regarding fiscal and/or contract inquiries in response to requests from Division leadership, Bureau staff, CCH, FMG, DOB, and others as necessary; contributing to the development of fiscal and contract guidance documents for the Division (includes fiscal, administrative, bureaus, and contractors). The incumbent will also be responsible for performing other fiscal activities which will include monitoring and tracking monthly vouchering requirements, percent of the contract spent, explanation of the variance and action being taken with contract agencies to address any variance in spending. The incumbent will perform other appropriate related duties.
Job ID
2022-6380
Department
Center for Community Health - Division of Chronic Disease Prevention
Type
Full Time
Grade
P18
Salary
USD $60,522.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $60,522.00/Yr.
% Travel
None
Applications to be submitted by (Date)
2/3/2023
Location : Location US-NY-Oneonta
The Public Health Specialist I will perform and/or assist in performing activities related to physical inspections and surveys of facilities within the District Office jurisdiction to support the evaluation of environmental health conditions and document violations of the State Sanitary Code. The incumbent will also conduct emergency response work, collect environmental samples for laboratory testing; provide general information and technical assistance in response to emerging issues such as wastewater surveillance, Clean Green Schools or other public health programs; enter data into environmental health programs; and perform other appropriate related duties.   This position is supported by the New York State Public Health Corps Fellowship Program.   Successful completion of the Public Health Essentials certificate program will be required.   Travel, over 50% of the time will be required.
Job ID
2022-6375
Department
Center for Environmental Health - Division of Environmental Health Protection
Type
Full Time
Grade
P14
Salary
USD $48,603.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $48,603.00/Yr.
% Travel
over 50%
Applications to be submitted by (Date)
2/3/2023
Location : Location US-NY-Albany
The Program Assistant will provide administrative support to the Wadsworth Center's New Scotland Administration Unit. The incumbent will perform a wide variety of administrative duties including, but not limited to: providing an initial, first level review for preparing and processing travel and purchase requests for staff across multiple divisions, track personnel transactions; schedule interviews; maintain workload tracking systems and equipment inventories. The incumbent will also monitor office supply inventory and facilitate the procurement of supplies and equipment; and perform other appropriate related duties.
Job ID
2022-6373
Department
Wadsworth Center - Division of Infectious Diseases
Type
Full Time
Grade
P14
Salary
USD $48,603.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $48,603.00/Yr.
% Travel
Up to 25%
Applications to be submitted by (Date)
2/8/2023
Location : Location US-NY-Albany
The Public Health Representative II will be responsible for assisting the New York State Department of Health (NYS DOH), Governor's Traffic Safety Committee (GTSC) and NYS Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee members by providing technical assistance with priority traffic safety and injury prevention programs across NYS as determined by the partners.    The incumbent will work across all traffic safety and injury programs in collaboration with NYS DOH staff and external partners to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in prioritized and targeted communities throughout NYS. This position will support NYS DOH, GTSC and NYS Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee partners and provide technical assistance in planning, building, educating, and providing training activities in priority areas as determined by NYS DOH, GTSC and NYS Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee. The incumbent will work closely with senior level staff to assure all public information and outreach activities are being planned, coordinated, conducted, achieved, and evaluated in a timely manner. The incumbent will also serve as a liaison between NYS DOH and GTSC regarding project deliverables; will be responsible for monitoring project activities ensuring adherence to grant deliverables and timelines; fulfilling reporting requirements; and performing other appropriate related duties.
Job ID
2022-6368
Department
Center for Environmental Health - Bureau of Occupational Health and Injury Prevention
Type
Full Time
Grade
P16
Salary
USD $54,232.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $54,232.00/Yr.
% Travel
Up to 25%
Applications to be submitted by (Date)
2/3/2023