Are you looking to fill a vacancy?
The Maryland-National Capital Homecare Association offers Career Placement to connect you with your new hire. MNCHA members can post a career placement for $69 per posting; the non-member fee is $99 per career placement. Payment must be received, in full, before we post a career placement to this website.
Simply register and pay for the career placement online. Then, send the career placement to Info@mncha.org in an email or as an email attachment. An attached file must be an original file [IE: Microsoft Word]. The career placement will remain online for 30 days, but can be renewed for an additional 30 days at the same rate.
The Maryland-National Capitol Homecare Association (MNCHA) manages a grant from the Maryland Department of Health Office of Preparedness and Response (MDH OP&R) to support, promote and expand the Emergency Preparedness Network (EPN). The primary components of the grant are:
- Foundation for Health Care and Medical Readiness: The foundation for health care and medical readiness enables the health care delivery system and other organizations that contribute to responses to coordinate efforts before, during, and after emergencies; continue operations; and appropriately surge, as necessary.
- Health Care and Medical Response Coordination: Health care and medical response coordination enables the health care delivery system and other organizations to share information, manage and share resources, and integrate their activities with their jurisdictions' lead agency at the state and federal level.
- Continuity of Health Care Service Delivery: The ability to deliver health care services is likely to be interrupted when internal or external systems such as utilities, electronic health records (EHRs), and supply chains are compromised.
- Medical Surge: Medical surge is the ability to evaluate and care for a markedly increased volume of patients that exceeds normal operating capacity. Surge capacity is the ability to manage a sudden influx of patients. It is dependent on a well-functioning incident command system (ICS) and the variables of space, supplies, and staff.
The Emergency Preparedness Network (EPN) Manager works as a contractor. The EPN Grant Manager will provide management oversight and support and perform the Scope of Services described below. This person will perform work in a skillful, professional, competent manner, support the Executive Director, and collaborate with the Management company, AMI (Association Management, Inc.) to administer and oversee the contract.
To apply or inquire about the position, email Dawn Seek at firstname.lastname@example.org.