Overview

Here at the Spokane Regional Health District (SRHD), there is endless possibilities for giving back. SRHD is a team fueled by integrity, compassion, and respect. A culture that fosters innovation and values a diverse and equitable workplace. We’re made up of strong individuals dedicated to doing their best work and driving success for our clients and the community.

About the Team

Be part of the team who assists the community during a time of crisis as the Regional Emergency & Disaster (REDi) Healthcare Coalition Response Coordinator and join our Emergency Preparedness team with the Spokane Regional Health District today! Your expertise, dedication, and ability to perform under pressure can help support members of the community during a stressful time in their lives.

Who You Are

The Emergency Preparedness & Response (EPR) program improves the capability of public health to prepare for, respond to, and recover from incidents that impact community health in Spokane County and supports Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response (PHEPR) Region 9. PHEPR Region 9 includes Adams, Asotin, Columbia, Ferry, Garfield, Lincoln, Pend Oreille, Spokane, Stevens, and Whitman counties. In collaboration with and under the guidance of the PHEPR Coordinator, the Planning, Training & Exercise Coordinator is responsible for SRHD and PHEPR Region 9 emergency planning, training & exercise efforts, conforms to best practices, supports resource management, , and response activities.

The PHEPR program develops and maintains emergency plans and procedures, develops and conducts training & exercise of plans in accordance with SRHD and Public Health Emergency Preparedness deliverables. Plans, trainings & exercises include topics like medical countermeasures, fatality management, isolation and quarantine, responder safety, and continuity of operations. The P, T & E Coordinator coordinates the planning process, engages relevant stakeholders, and ensures the adequacy, feasibility, acceptability, completeness, and compliance of all plans. The Planning Coordinator applies FEMA planning principles and the concepts of accessibility to the planning process and plans.

This career is for you if you have:

-Bachelor’s degree in a field directly related to the position. (e.g., Planning, Emergency Management, Healthcare, Public Administration, Public Health, Business, Nonprofit Management, etc.)
-Three (3) years of directly related experience in any combination of the following: plan, process, or technical writing, stakeholder engagement, health care systems, emergency management, program or project management or coordination, quality improvement, public health, community planning or organizing, nonprofit management, etc.
-An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered
-Valid motor vehicle operator’s license and maintain current auto insurance or the ability to access partner sites across the region in a timely manner.

What do you get in return?

-Flexible schedule to perform well in your career.
-To be a member of a dedicated and knowledgeable team.
-A place to work who is committed to inclusion.
-A chance to make a difference in the lives of our community and those who are underrepresented.
-A chance to make a difference in your community during a time of need.
-A place to work who cares about the wellbeing of their clients and employees.
-A place to work with dedicated employees who are committed to our mission and vision.

Additional Information:

-All your information will be kept confidential to EEO guidelines.
-We are a tobacco free campus, and employer.
-We are ADA compliant and will make reasonable accommodations, whenever possible.
-Tired of high medical and dental costs? We have you covered!
-Planning for the future? We have great retirement and life insurance plan options.
-Looking for work life balance? Between holidays, a fantastic leave plan and flexible schedules, you’ll find balance here.
-Other offers that might interest you, such as bus passes, on-site fitness center, employee assistance program, and public loan forgiveness to name a few.

NOTE:  Per President Biden’s requirement for organizations who receive funding from Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, health district employees must be fully vaccinated by a serum approved by the FDA. Your vaccine status will be verified prior to hire. Please note medical or religious accommodation may be available, once an offer of employment is made.

Apply online at www.srhd.org today, we are waiting for you!

About Spokane Regional Health District

Spokane Regional Health District is one of 34 local public health agencies serving Washington state's 39 counties. The agency was originally established as the Spokane County Health District in January 1970, when the City of Spokane and Spokane County merged their health departments. In 1994, the official name was changed to Spokane Regional Health District to reflect the increased scope of public health services and geographic coverage. We have approximately 250 employees and serve a population of more than 400,000 in Spokane County.