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4 Aug 2022

Full-Time Child Death Review Coordinator (Program Coordinator I) – [hybrid-remote]

Clark County Human Resources – Posted by Clark County Human Resources Vancouver, Washington, United States

Job Description

Job Summary

This position works within the Health Assessment and Evaluation team to lead the planning, developing, and implementation of Clark County’s Child Death Review (CDR) work, defined by the National Center for Fatality Review and Prevention as a comprehensive and multidisciplinary review of child deaths designed to help communities better understand how and why children die.


CDR findings are used to catalyze action to prevent other deaths through informed policy and best-practice development to improve the health and safety of communities, families, and children. The process supports data-driven acknowledgement of the ways in which personal, community, or systems-level biases affect members of the community and promotes stakeholder understanding of racial inequities and health disparities to reduce preventable and premature death.



Degree or equivalent experience relative to the assignment. Research shows that many job candidates – especially individuals from historically underrepresented racial and ethnic groups, gender non-binary/non-conforming and women – look at job postings as lists of requirements, which can have a measurable effect on responses to the posting. We will consider any combination of relevant work and lived experience, volunteering, education, and transferable skills and abilities as qualifying for this position. We are committed to building a diverse, inclusive team and encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds to apply.



Knowledge of:


  • Underlying causes of health inequities, including the connection between racism, classism, ableism, sexism, other “isms.”
  • Maternal and child health/pregnant and parenting family populations, services and applying health equity concepts
  • Evidence-based policies that reduce unnatural child deaths in diverse communities
  • Health promotion and child maltreatment prevention frameworks designed to reduce injuries and violence




  • Effectively and appropriately apply cultural competency; awareness of differences, attitude to examine beliefs and values and understanding of differences
  • Communicate effectively in interpersonal, visual, and written communications to individuals and groups.
  • Facilitate group interaction and decision-making processes.
  • Effectively work independently as well as part of a team
  • Develop recommendations based on evidence-based policies and input from community partners


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Salary Grade: M2.816 ($5,210.00 – $7,358.00) per month

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Job Categories: Equal Opportunities. Job Types: Full-Time.

Job expires in 87 days.

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