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Office of Community Engagement and Neighborhood Health Partnerships (OCEAN-HP) Job Postings

The University of Illinois at Chicago –UI Health – Office of Community Engagement and Neighborhood HealthPartnership –is seeking applications for the following open positions within our department.

OCEAN-HP – Healthy Start Program
OCEAN-HP, Healthy Start Program provides high quality health services for pregnant women and to their unborn and
born infants, and/or for parenting women/men and their infants. In the under deserved communities of the South Side
of Chicago in partnership with UI Health/ Mile Square Health Center.
Please see the open positions for this program below.
1. Program Director (Project Director)
2. Institutional Research Data Specialist (Data Entry Clerk/Data Manager)
3. Medical Social Consultant (Licensed Clinical Social Worker)
4. Program Coordinator (Case Manager)
5. Program Coordinator (Case Manager)
6. Program Coordinator (Male Involvement Coordinator)
7. Program Service Aide (Community Worker)
8. Program Service Aide (Community Worker)
9. Program Service Specialist (Community Health/Outreach Coordinator)
10. Healthcare Technician (Doula/Birthing Assistant)

OCEAN-HP - Chicago Partnership for Health Promotion (CPHP)
Chicago Partnership for Health Promotion (CPHP) mission is to provide high quality nutrition education, health promotion and disease prevention services through partnerships, directed at eligible families in Chicago.  The CPHP nutrition education team provides services through a wide network of community based organizations with
interventions designed to improve nutrition and reduce health disparities for individuals with nutrition-associated diseases.  CPHP provides high quality culturally tailored nutrition education in more than 300 venues reaching every
region of Chicago.

CPHP’s goal is to bring healthy lifestyle messages into communities where Chicagoans live, work, eat and play.  CPHP staff encourages Chicago families to make healthier food choices, learn to prepare and consume healthier foods every day and be more physically active. CPHP provides nutrition education through a team of Nutrition educators, drawing on the unique strengths of both academic professionals (often-registered dietitians) and paraprofessional community peereducators.

Please see the open positions for this program below:
1. Health Education Coordinator - Contract - CPHP (Faith Based IC) -Albany Park Community Center - Ainslie 3401 W. Ainslie Chicago, IL 60625
2. Nutrition Assistant - Contract - CPHP (Nutrition Peer Educator) Basil, CICS - Chicago International Charter , 1816 Garfield Blvd Chicago, IL 60609
3. Program Coordinator (Community Nutrition and Wellness/Evaluation Coordinator) –CPHP Administration

OCEAN-HP – Mile Square School Based Health Centers
OCEAN-HP, Mile Square School Based Health Centers, are community health centers which are similar to a medical office located inside or in close proximity to a school.  The health center staff provide a full range of physical, health education, and behavioral health and wellness services to students so they can avoid health-related absences and achieve greater academic success.  School health centers may also provide a wide array of wellness and integrated healthcare services to families, community residents and school staff.  Our school health center staff includes licensed, registered and/or certified health professionals who are trained and experienced in community and school health and who have knowledge of health promotion and illness prevention strategies for children, adolescents and adults.

Please see the open positions for this program below:
1. Hourly Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) –SBHC - Davis School Based Health Center 
2. Extra Help Community Worker - SBHC - Davis School Based Health Center 
3. Program Service Aide (Community Worker) –SBHC-Englewood Health and Wellness Center
4. Medical Social Consultant - Contract - SBHC Auburn Gresham Health and Wellness Center
5. Clinic Nurse - SBHC NTA Health & Wellness Center-
6. Extra Help Program Service Specialist -Community Outreach Worker –SBHC-Englewood Health and Wellness Center

Rank and salary commensurate with prior experience and qualification.  UIC seeks and strongly encourages applications from women and minority.

For fullest consideration, submit current resume to Sandy Aguirre, UIC-Chicago Partnership for Health Promotion, University of Illinois 818 South Wolcott Ave. 8 th Floor. Chicago, Illinois 60612. Fax (312) 413-8339 email: The University of Illinois is an Affirmative Action Equal Employer.


Office of Community Engagement and Neighborhood Health Partnerships
818 S. Wolcott Ave., IL 60612
Phone: 312-996-4656 | Fax: 312-996-3848

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