State of Wyoming BEBP06-13327-WIC Technician-Jackson in Jackson, Wyoming
$17.92 - $23.09 Hourly
048-Public Health - Community Health - Women, Infant and Children (WIC)
Description and Functions
Open Until Filled
Use your skills to make a difference in your community! This part-time position promotes positive health outcomes for the participants of the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Program through eligibility assessment, certification processing, and program referrals in Teton County, with the main clinic in Jackson and satellite sites in Marbleton and Pinedale. This position ensures compliance with federal and state regulations.
Human Resource Contact: 307/777-6057 email@example.com
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The listed functions are illustrative only and are not intended to describe every function which may be performed in the job level.
Performs WIC participant income eligibility assessment, including scheduling and providing/completing required notices, and computerized documentation and references.
Maintains confidentiality of participant information.
Schedules participants in a matter that meets regulatory requirements, the needs of the participants, and the availability of staff with a high level of customer service.
Sends reminder letters to participants of their upcoming appointment along with other required documentation/notifications.
Integrates WIC services with social and health agencies, Federal, State, and local government agencies, and other community programs for education and referrals.
Provides excellent and friendly customer services to WIC participants.
Works with supervisors, competent professional authorities, and breastfeeding peer counselors to ensure a positive experience with WIC participants.
Assists with vendor activities as assigned.
Our ideal candidate will have a High school diploma and experience working in a health-related field with previous experience with the Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women Infants and Children. It is strongly encouraged that the applicant has bilingual skills in Spanish and English.
Knowledge of WIC rules and regulations applicable to the position.
Knowledge of effective interviewing techniques including attitudes, behaviors, and value judgments that affect the worker-client relationship.
Knowledge of community resources and government programs and how to access them.
Knowledge of agency computer systems and their application.
Knowledge of general office procedures.
0-2 years of progressive work experience (typically in Benefits and Eligibility)
Education & Experience Substitution:
2-4 years of progressive work experience (typically in Benefits and Eligibility)
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:
Necessary Special Requirements
PHYSICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:
- Travel is required.
Part-time, benefited position working 24 hours week.
A background information check, including the taking of fingerprints, will be completed through the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation, the Wyoming Department of Family Services, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation for every successful applicant.
048-Department of Health-Public Health-Community Health-Women, Infant & Children
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