Volunteer

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.



Employment



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.