Siouxland District Health Department Employment Opportunities Print

You can view position announcements and apply on the Woodbury County website. 

Siouxland District Health Department offers a wide array of services in a progressive public health environment.  Staff have the ability to interact with professionals working in our health promotions, environmental health, infectious disease, epidemiology, preparedness and family and community health areas.  

SDHD offers an onsite fitness room, involvement in wellness activities and a lactation/relaxation room.  Starting salary is offered in a range based on experience along with an excellent benefit package, including medical, dental and vision insurance, sick and vacation time, paid holidays, IPERS and deferred compensation plan.  Community opportunities for involvement exist.

If you are looking to join and organization that serves the public in working to reduce the impact of diseases and to live a healthier lifestyle, the following are all positions that are currently available for you to become a part of our team:

 

FT Public Health Nurse Clinic Manager - To complete an application, please click here

The Public Health Nurse Clinic Manager is responsible for the leadership of daily operations of nursing services and supervision of staff as a member of a clinic management team.  Communication skills and the ability to assure that clinic operations are maintained by updating and writing policy is necessary.  Development of clinic reports on services and quality improvement work.  Maintains a cooperative relationship among healthcare teams by responding to requests and participating in problem-solving methods.  Maintains professional knowledge in public health nursing practice.

FT Program Aide (Bilingual) - To complete an application, please click here

 

Responsible to provide health and program specific information to clients seeking assistance and services from Siouxland District Health Department.  Will perform designated duties of assigned programs to targeted clients.  Duties may include working in multiple public health programs, data collection and entry, monitoring and ordering program supplies, enrolling/registering and screening clients, maintenance of client records, and entry of client data in program databases.  This position reports to Clinic Intake Manager.

 

     FT CNA/Direct Care worker - To complete an application, please click here. 

Responsible and accountable to provide a broad range of services to clients in the home setting according to policies and procedures of Siouxland District Health Department, with the goal of achieving and/or maintaining client independence and to reduce, prevent or delay inappropriate institutionalization of clients.  Direct Care Workers are trained and supervised individuals who provide services, care and emotional support to clients.  They work in the Personal Care Only/Homemaker Program (PCO/HM) serving Woodbury County clients in their homes Monday through Friday 8:00-4:30pm. Reports directly to and responsible to the Personal Care Only/Homemaker Program (PCO/HM) Program Manager, and the Nursing Director.  

 

FT- Public Health Nurse (BS) - To complete an application, please click here

Join a team of Public Health Nurses providing health services and education to Woodbury County Residents that focus on the prevention or spread of diseases.  Services are provided daytime Monday through Friday at Siouxland District Health Department (SDHD) in Sioux City, IA.  SDHD offers a wide array of services in a progressive public health environment that allows you the ability to interact with professionals working in our family and community health, acute infectious disease EPI and preparedness, environmental and health promotion and chronic disease prevention arenas.  

PT - Family Support Worker Bilingual (Spanish or French) - To complete an application, please click here .

Responsible and accountable to provide eligible families the Healthy Families America (Healthy Opportunities for Parents to Experience Success – HOPES) program under the supervision of HOPES Program Manager/Supervisor.  Activities include provision of in-home visits, communication with families, hospital staff, physicians and community agency partners, family education, family assessment, development of family goal plan, assessment of infant and child development, linking families to community services, and collection of family data