This position manages the wellness and health workforce
development program (wHealth) which includes collaborating with
school districts, community agencies, and local government to
develop promote health and develop interest for the future health
workforce in the region. Responsibilities include adapting
curriculum, development of metrics and evaluation, operationalizing
the program, training, orientation and direct supervision of a team
Education: A Bachelor's degree in health, social work,
education, or business is required. A Master's degree
Experience: Two years of community experience in organizing and
executing projects, preferably in a health or community setting.
This requirement may be met through a combination of professional,
educational, and community service experience.
Knowledge and Skills: Ideal candidates will have:
* The ability to work with diverse groups including hospital
management, schools, non-profits, civic/community partners, and the
general public. * Strong organizational abilities including
planning, program development, and implementation. * The ability to
manage competing priorities and effectively prioritize work. *
Strong written and oral communication skills * Self-motivated an
ability to work independently is required.
License/Certifications: Valid driver's license.
Equipment: Proficient in Microsoft Office applications.
Physical Requirements: Must be able to perform the essential
physical requirements of the job.