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Current Openings

Health Education Specialist

Panhandle Health District has an exciting career opportunity for a community minded Health Education Specialist to join our Health Promotions team!  The successful candidate will join a dynamic team of professionals who share a common vision of promoting public health education to our communities.  This position will facilitate multiple public health programs and activities, such as Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention, STD/HIV education and prevention,  Physical Activity and Nutrition, and Tobacco Cessation programs.

The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in a related field and good knowledge of health education principles.  Salary is $20.31 per hour, plus an excellent benefit package that includes a generous retirement plan.  Interested applicants must apply online at  From the Job Seekers tab, click on Current Openings enter “Health Education Specialist” in the search bar.  Applications must be completed by September 28, 2020.  EEO/AA/Veteran’s Preference.

Technical Records Specialist 1

Our Hayden Environmental Health team is seeking a full-time Technical Records Specialist 1 to assist clients with information relating to Environmental Health programs; determine correct application fees associated with each program; research information for public records requests; and general office support.  The ideal candidate will have exceptional customer service skills, strong computer skills, the ability to multi-task, be organized and have a strong attention to detail.  Starting salary is $14.61/hour, plus excellent benefits.  Interested candidates must apply online at From the Job Seekers tab, search for  Technical Records Specialist 1Interested applicants must apply by September 28, 2020.  EEO/AA/Veterans Preference.

Clinical Assistant for the Women, Infants and Children program

We are seeking a Clinical Assistant to work with families in the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program in our St. Maries office. This position will be responsible for making appointments for new and existing clients, interviewing potential clients for WIC eligibility, obtaining and documenting health information, assessing health and nutrition status and providing information to meet individuals’ needs, including referring to other community resources.  The selected candidate will also perform community outreach to the public and community partners to showcase the value of WIC and other PHD services to attract eligible participants.

This position is part-time (24 hours per week) and works in the St. Maries office.  Starting salary is $12.69 per hour with full medical, vision and dental insurance, retirement and paid time off.  Applicants must have good computer, communication, and interpersonal skills. Qualified applicants must apply online at  From the Job Seekers page, search for Clinical Assistant.  Applications must be completed by October 9, 2020.  EEO/AA/Veteran’s Preference.

Registered Nurse (RN)/Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)

Are you a nurse who is driven to make an impact in your community while working with a team of professionals with the same passion? Our nurses play a vital role to ensure that we deliver on our mission to provide the care, education and support every patient needs to improve their whole health.

We are seeking a nurse (RN or LPN) who will manage and support the overall operation of the Panhandle Health District’s immunization program, including overseeing the implementation of project activities, coordinating with other agencies, implementing activities to increase immunization rates in the community, developing materials, maintaining vaccine inventory, ensuring safe storage and handling of vaccine, conducting off-site clinics providing education and technical assistance to professional staff,  providers, and schools and childcares on children and adult vaccinations.

This position will also provide quality patient care to patients and their families, including vaccine administration, family planning, communicable disease testing and treatment, and sexual health.

An Idaho RN or LPN license and valid driver’s license are required.   Salary will depend on qualifications.  This position will receive full benefits, which includes health, dental, and vision insurance, paid time off, 10 paid holidays and a generous matching retirement plan. Routine work is performed during regular business hours; no weekend work required.

Interested applicants may apply online by sending a resume to   EEO/AA/Veteran’s preference.

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Why Work at Panhandle Health District?

  1. Flexible Schedules
  2. Full Benefits (most positions)
  3. Generous Retirement Program
  4. Dedicated Co-workers, Passionate About Community Health
  5. Vehicles for Field Work Provided
  6. Student Loan Forgiveness Eligible

Internship Opportunities

Panhandle Health District has exciting internship opportunities available for undergraduate and graduate students. These positions, all within our Hayden office, will complement education with experience to best prepare candidates for careers awaiting them upon graduation.

If interested in joining the team at Panhandle Health District as an Intern, please email your resume and letter of interest to Kim Young at

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