Position: EMERGENCY RESPONSE AND
TRAINING COORDINATOR Posting Date: 3/3/2014 Develops and
implements the department’s Emergency Response Plan.
Collects, analyzes, and presents community health data
to discern the county’s primary health problems and
The incumbent will coordinate the work
of the health department staff in carrying out planning
and the delivery of bioterrorism vaccination or SNS
clinics, coordinating with regional IDPH staff for the
Springfield Region. Writes key components of the
community health plan and emergency response plan.
Coordinates the quarterly preparedness team advisory
committee meetings and serves as a contact person.
Attends and represents the department at
the Logan County Local Emergency Preparedness Council (LEPC)
meetings. Reviews federal documents to assure that the
county is in compliance; completes required
documentation. Writes and/or edits policies, procedures,
and protocols as needed. Develops and implements quality
assurance procedures to improve the quality of care and
service; makes qualit! y assurance presentations to
department staff or members of the community. Performs
other related work as required.
A Bachelor’s degree in nursing, public
health, community health, health education,
environmental health or a related field, supplemented by
graduate level course work or training in program
evaluation or quality assurance practices, and
experience (2-3 years) in public health program
evaluation; or any equivalent combination of education
and experience that would provide the above noted
knowledge, skills and abilities is desirable.
For more information contact the Logan
County Department of Public Health at 217/735-2317.
To apply, complete an application at
the Logan County Health Department, 109 Third Street,
Lincoln, Illinois 62656 or you may fax or e-mail your
resume and cover letter to 217/732-6943
or email@example.com. www.lcdph.org