JOB POSTING: Michigan Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Program Coordinator

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The Michigan Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Program has posted a position for Program Coordinator. The position can be viewed online at: and will close on Monday, March 7th

Position Description

The Michigan Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Program Coordinator serves as the statewide consultant to improve the early hearing detection and intervention system which screens and enrolls infants identified as deaf and/or hard of hearing in early intervention services. This position assures that EHDI programming is aligned with Department priorities and grantee expectations of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). Responsibilities include budget and grant development, program planning, monitoring, evaluation and reporting. This position also has primary responsibility for MDHHS initiatives related to hearing loss in infants and provides technical assistance to program partners and other State agencies.

Required Education and Experience

Possession of a master’s degree in public health, health communication, health policy or a public health-related field such as nursing, epidemiology, health education, health economics, dietetics/nutrition management, genetics, or speech and audiology; a master’s degree in social work; master’s degree in counseling; master’s degree in special education with specialization in blind/visual disabilities; or a master’s degree in public or business administration with a health care concentration.

Four years of professional, post-master’s experience

This position is located in Lansing, Michigan. However, currently this position is a 100% telecommuting position. When employees are allowed to physically work in Lansing offices again, this position will be able to telecommute one or more days per week.

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