Four Corners Health Department needs volunteers. We have a variety of projects and could work with groups and/or individuals. Please call 402.362.2621 or 877.337.3573, or e-mail us at info@fourcorners.ne.gov if you desire to help promote health.

You can also be added to our volunteer registry by visiting this website and clicking on “Register.”  A hard copy of this form is also available by calling our office.


Program Supervisor – Healthy Families Nebraska-Four Corners

Four Corners Health Department seeks a dedicated and experienced Program Supervisor to join our team in York, Nebraska. This full-time position is integral to the Healthy Families Nebraska-Four Corners program, serving Butler, Polk, Seward, and York counties. This position includes paid time off, insurance, and retirement benefits.

The Program Supervisor will supervise the Family Support Team, and ensure the program’s integrity by guiding and supporting staff and fostering their professional development.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide ongoing supervision to the Family Support Team.
  • Assist in the selection, orientation, and training of staff.
  • Conduct record reviews and maintain the data collection system.
  • Implement quality assurance plans and monitor staff performance.
  • Act as a liaison with other agencies and monitor contracts.
  • Lead team meetings, planning groups, and provide daily support and crisis management.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in human services or fields related to working with children and families such as Social Work, Psychology, and Early Childhood Education.
  • 3 years’ experience supervising diverse staff with humility.
  • Knowledge of infant and child development, parent-child attachment, and family-centered service provision.
  • Willingness to engage in reflective practice.

Preference is given to applicants with:

  • Experience in home visiting
  • A background in prevention services
  • Infant mental health endorsement

For questions call Executive Director Laura McDougall at 402-362-2621. To apply email a cover letter and resume to Laura McDougall at lauram@fourcorners.ne.gov.

Equal Opportunity Employer Statement: Four Corners Health Department is an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We prohibit discrimination and harassment of any kind based on race, color, sex, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, genetic information, pregnancy, or any other protected characteristic as outlined by federal, state, or local laws. This policy applies to all employment practices within our organization, including hiring, and recruiting, Four Corners Health Department makes hiring decisions based solely on qualifications, merit, and organizational needs at the time.

Four Corners Health Department in York, NE is seeking a Graduate Level Student or Provisional Mental Health Practitioner! This position will be involved in integrated behavioral health activities and public health programming of the Four Corners Health Department. The ability to set priorities, to organize and coordinate work efficiently, and to establish positive relationships with co-workers, clients, team members, health care and community partners is required.  For questions call Laura (402) 362-2621. To apply email resume to LauraM@fourcorners.ne.gov.        

Four Corners is looking to place an individual hired by the Heart Corps!  Help drive health equity and improve heart health in rural communities.  Gain valuable skills for a career in the public health field.  Serve at a local health center, public health department, or a non-profit organization.  There is a position available at Four Corners Health Department.

Summer internships and 11-month positions are available.

Learn more here or contact HeartCorps@heart.org

Benefits Include:

  • Bi-weekly living stipend of $1,062.50 (pre-tax)
  • $6895 educational award upon successful completion of service (you have up to 7 years to use this award.  Also, if you are over 50, this award is transferrable to a child or grandchild)
  • Health benefits
  • Training and professional development
  • Someone looking for part time may still be considered

Click here for a printable flyer.  This flyer also has a QR code with a direct link to job information.

This position would be perfect for:

  • A recent high school or college graduate who is unsure what direction their career path might lead.
  • Someone who just wants to explore something new.
  • Someone who has recently retired, or retired early, and is not ready to stop working altogether.

Catch, Inc: Community Access to Coordinated Health Care, Inc

Program Director / Executive Director

Community Access to Coordinated Healthcare, Inc. (CATCH) is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving health outcomes through health education, training, outreach and referral services including case management and access to care. The CATCH service area covers the jurisdiction of six rural health districts (LHDs) and a Community Action Agency (CAA) covering 30 rural counties in eastern Nebraska.
CATCH is looking for (1) an Executive Director to permanently run the day-to-day business of a non-profit organization, and (2) for the next three years, a grant Program Director to work with the grant Project Director and other Team Members to coordinate activities of a Federal rural health network development grant. This is a combined contracted position with flexible hours that pays $50,000 for each of the remaining three years of the grant. At the end of the grant period (June 30, 2027) the Executive Director position will be renegotiated. A home office is required.


  • MPH and/or MSN preferred or previous experience in a leadership position at a public health organization or a healthcare facility.
  • Will consider business management degree or experience with strong organization, communication and leadership skills.
  • A home office is required with working knowledge of Microsoft products (Word, Excel, etc.) and common accounting software (QuickBooks preferred).


  • Administrative, fiscal, and business operations of CATCH.
  • Coordinate CATCH Board meetings (usually every-other month)
  • Research funding opportunities and work with Board as necessary.
  • Work closely with the grant Project Director to facilitate grant goals.
  • Responsible for creating or helping to create reports required by the grantor.
  • Assist the Project Director in coordinating the grant Team meetings and activities to: oversee the project’s work plan, strategic plan, evaluation plan, and other requirements of the grant.
  • Manage resources and oversee finances to ensure that the project progresses on time and on budget.
  • Participate in grant meetings and E-Learning opportunities.
  • Travel to at least one out-of-state grant meeting. Travel is often required throughout the eastern part of Nebraska.

Start Date: July 1, 2024 – Position open until filled.
Email your cover letter, resume and bio sketch to: catchnetworks@gmail.com