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The County of Santa Cruz is pleased to announce the following Assistant Health Services Agency Director recruitment:
$153,442 – 205,670 Annually
The Assistant Health Services Agency Director is an innovative leader with a strong background in clinical programs, policy, and healthcare administration. In this role you will assist in the planning, administering, managing, and monitoring of core programs and services for Health Services Agency (HSA). The incumbent serves as back-up to the Health Services Agency Director and brings solid working knowledge of core public service programs. As the second in command at HSA, you may work directly with State and Federal government agencies, the Board of Supervisors, the County Administrative Office and key community health partners to promote and protect the health of our vibrant community.
Ideal Candidate Profile:
To learn more about this exciting opportunities, please go to: www.santacruzcountyjobs.com
County of Santa Cruz Personnel Mission Statement: In collaboration with our customers, we will recruit, develop, support, and retain an ethical, professional, and diverse workforce dedicated to serving the community.
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