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Immunize Nevada is committed to a mission-driven work environment in which relationships are characterized by dignity, honesty, courtesy, respect and equitable treatment. Work is what we do, not where we go.

We’re highly committed to our mission of promoting health and preventing disease; everyone takes responsibility for achieving goal oriented results. Immunize Nevada partners, and their priorities, views, and desires are central to what we do, because in order to be people-powered we need to be people-driven.

Immunize Nevada is proud to be the 2014 Small Business recipient of the Healthiest Place to Work Award from Humana and The Chamber. We were also named 2015 Best Wellness Policy at Work by Nevada's Best of Health and Wellness.

Immunize Nevada welcomes applicants from across Nevada. Interested candidates should complete the online Pre-Application Form, and then email or send your resume and cover letter to Heidi S. Parker, MA, Executive Director at or 427 Ridge St, Suite C, Reno, NV 89501.

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Data Support Lead (Administrative Assistant 4)

This is a full-time contract position located in Carson City with the Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health’s Immunization Program.  This position is grant funded through September 2016 with a likely extension through September 2017, dependent upon grantor approval.  Please note that contracted positions do not receive State of Nevada employee benefits (i.e., paid time off and health insurance).

  • Monday – Friday; 8am – 5pm or other agreed upon arrangement that equals a 40 hour week
  • 40 hours per week
  • Approximately $17 - $18 per hour, based on experience

The Nevada State Immunization Program’s statewide immunization information system (IIS), known as NV WebIZ, has been funded to increase Health Level 7 (HL7) electronic data exchange (“interoperability”) between the IIS and immunizing providers’ electronic health record systems (EHRs).  As part of this work, data cleansing must take place (including patient record deduplication) to ensure maintenance of high quality data before and after electronic exchange commences.

The Data Support Lead will be responsible for coordinating and ensuring timely completion of the data cleansing activities conducted by the two (2) Data Support Specialists (and by this position, as needed).  Under direction from the HL7 Manager, HL7 Technician, and/or IIS Manager, this position will monitor all HL7 data cleansing activities, create data cleansing schedules for multiple projects, propose and implement improvements to data tracking methods, track receipt and renewal of data sharing agreements, support federal “meaningful use” tracking and reporting requirements, and draft the required monthly grant report.


  • Coordinate data cleansing activities of two (2) Data Support Specialists
  • Communicate regularly with HL7 Manager regarding data cleansing activities
  • Develop data cleansing schedules for multiple simultaneous projects
  • Participate in data cleansing (deduplication of patients, vaccinations, etc.) as needed
  • Assess current data cleansing planning and tracking methods and propose and implement improvements as needed
  • Track the receipt and renewal of data sharing agreements
  • Support federal “meaningful use” tracking and reporting requirements
  • Compile the monthly grant progress report for the IIS Manager
  • Maintain confidentiality and security of IIS data


Graduation from high school or equivalent education and four years of progressively responsible relevant work experience which included experience in one or more of the following areas:  providing administrative/program support to professional staff and management and coordinating communications between the manager, staff and program clientele; OR one year of experience as an Administrative Assistant III in Nevada State Service*; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience.

ENTRY LEVEL KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES (required at time of application)

Detailed knowledge of the functions and operations necessary to support a specialized program; Working knowledge of: the operation and use of word processing, spreadsheet and database software; Ability to: provide administrative assistance to the manager of a major work unit; analyze problems and develop creative solutions; oversee the work of subordinate staff as assigned; plan, develop and implement goals and specific processes and procedures required to complete projects and meet grant and program objectives, make operational decisions related to program activities, research complex issues requiring review and consideration of historical data, current issues and probable outcomes, compose effective correspondence, narrative summaries and reports, and proposals and recommendations, and compile and analyze records.

How to Apply:

E-mail your cover letter, resume, and a list of three (3) professional references to:

Amanda (Mandy) Harris
Nevada State Immunization Program
4150 Technology Way, Suite 210, Carson City, NV 89706