Thursday, March 5, 2015
Job Possibilities for March 5, 2015
The Director of Community Engagement and Public Health Initiatives - Austin, TX
The Director of Community Engagement and Public Health Initiatives is the public health professional responsible for providing leadership and direction on public health program content; implementation and evaluation of programs with emphasis on measurable outcomes using data and best practices; prioritization of programmatic objectives, activities, and budget needs; continuation and development of team-based approaches; integration of public health programmatic activities as well as effective use of CHWC staff capacity. Acting as a CHWC liaison to local/regional partners, community stakeholders, and funders, the Director works independently and collaboratively with CHWC’s staff to direct, develop, manage, and implement activities in the following areas: public health programming, community-based technical assistance; research and evaluation; resource development; grant and contract management and report writing; community-based organizational development; community engagement; and meeting development and implementation. The Director requires a clear understanding and empathy for the challenges faced by asset-, resource-, and capacity- lacking and/or under served communities; a firm grasp of community capacity building; and knowledge/understanding of racial equity and determinants of health.
Health Coordinator - Austin, TX
General Description: This position serves as a Health Coordinator for a Head Start program. The Health Coordinator plans and collaborates with other coordinators and staff in the Head Start program to ensure the health and well-being of all children in the Head Start program.
Program Coordinator - Houston, TX
The primary purpose for this position is to assist with infrastructure-related startup and ongoing implementation activities for Tobacco Moonshot/Platform projects. Provides assistance to the Director and Co-Principal Investigators of the Tobacco Moonshot/Platform Program. Assists in developing and maintaining project plans, timelines and budgets, and tracks progress against milestones and deliverables. Assists in developing and maintaining community relationships with program partners, collaborators and stakeholders. Conducts assessments, evaluation data collection and other data-gathering tasks for the projects. Assists in preparation of project and program reports and presentations.
Health Educator - Evans City, PA
Full time Health Educator positions available. Beaver County and Butler County projects. Health Educators must develop, market, present, and evaluate programs, and complete reports. Critical skills include demonstrated project management, public speaking, committee leadership, excellent communication (written and oral), ability to start and complete tasks with creativity, accuracy, and using current health education trends and information. Continuing education through training (required trainings paid by company), reading literature, and online subscriptions required.
Health Educator (UNM) - Albuquerque, NM
Under general supervision, plans, implements, develops materials and evaluates health education and/or clinical training programs, conferences, and other associated activities for individual, group, and/or community needs. Collaborates with other health specialists to ascertain health needs, develop desirable health goals, and determine availability of professional health services. Develops and maintain cooperation between public, civic, professional, and voluntary agencies.
Health Promotion/Wellness Program Coordinator - Saint Paul, MN
HealthSource Solutions is looking for an experienced health promotion professional to work as a full-time (40 hrs) Sr. Program Coordinator. This position will provide project oversight, serve as the liaison and internal resource for health promotion initiatives, oversee Healthy Living marketing and communications and oversee site coordinators at all plant locations. A large percent of this position is behind the scenes with communication to plants via phone and email. Candidates will work with a team to develop, implement and evaluate quality wellness programs and resources. The ability to work independently, manage multiple projects and be very detail oriented is vital to this position. Strong problem solving and troubleshooting skills with the ability to exercise mature judgment are essential. Strong writing, organization and communication skills are expected. This position will report to 3M at the St. Paul headquarters location.