The Dispensary Assistant will have extensive interaction with a culturally diverse population of health district clients and the public to render services. This position will also assist the Dispensary Nurses when needed along with providing services and support to the Methadone Program as an observer of urine collection; packages urine samples for shipment; and performs Breath Analysis (BA) on clients.
The primary role of this position is to provide for the security and safety of individuals and District property. The Safety & Security Officer regularly patrols the grounds and ensures the enforcement of all rules and regulations. This is an unarmed position. The duties in this position also include providing general information and assistance to individuals as needed.
This position develops, implements and directs the operation of the agency’s licensed and certified behavioral health treatment services including: all administrative matters, individual care services, fiscal duties, management and physician supervision, community linkage responsibilities as well as meeting all applicable laws, rules, policies, and ethical standards.
**Internal Posting Only** Completes custodial and maintenance tasks for Spokane Regional Health District facilities by performing a variety of duties.
This position will be tasked with increasing the number of people who choose active transportation, specifically students who walk and bike to school safely and neighborhood residents who walk, bike or take the bus to work, school, shopping and other locations. Also, work to increase physical activity among target audiences and to ultimately reduce obesity, and trips by personal vehicles, traffic congestion, idling, and related air pollution.
**Position open until filled** The ARNP works under the supervision of the Medical Director and Program Administrator. The primary responsibility is to evaluate individual’s opiate addiction, and prescribe, adjust appropriate opiate replacement medications as indicated. Also, perform medication reviews for both new and existing individuals as well as conduct thorough history and physical examinations on new individuals; annual medical evaluation, possibly perform PPD (TB skin tests) or QuantiFeron Gold testing and make appropriate recommendations for follow-up.
**Position open until filled** Responsibilities include oversight for all aspects of medical care administered to individuals while being treated for opioid dependency under the direction of the program's medical director. Admit and discharge individuals, develop or approve all medical protocols, recommend innovative medical program developments and implement where applicable. Provide Individuals evaluation of and prescription for opioid addition; adjust appropriate opioid replacement medications as indicated and complete associated documentation.
**Position open until filled** Provides chemical dependency counseling and case management services to patients on the Opioid Treatment program. Maintains patient files in compliance with county, state and federal regulations. Assists in the operation of the dosing clinic with a Saturday rotation.
**Position open until filled** Position is responsible for daily dispensing of medication as directed by the Medical Director, Medical Manager, or Administrator along with clinic duties including, but not limited to, client ECG and blood draws and preparing the client to be seen by either the ARNP or MD. Provide back-up for Tuberculosis program as needed as well as participate in trips to County Jail to provide prescribed methadone or buprenorphine/naloxone doses(s) to inmates who are also clients of the OTP clinic.
The Spokane Regional Health District welcomes community involvement in public
health issues, advocacy and activities. Youth and adults are encouraged to get
involved in one or more volunteer and/or intern opportunities at the health district. Click here to view.
Only applicants receiving an invitation for an interview will be contacted further. If you are selected for an interview, you will be notified by telephone. It typically takes two to three weeks after the position closes before interviews are scheduled.