|Department||State Department of Health|
|Date Opened||9/10/2018 08:00:00 AM|
|Filing Deadline||9/24/2018 11:59:00 PM|
|Full or Part Time||
JFD: Wellness Coordinator I
Working Title: Wellness Coordinator I
Location: Carter County
PIN #: 34001501
Salary: $1,842.96 biweekly
This position will be assigned duties for oversight of Healthy Living Grants for Tobacco Control, Nutrition and Fitness, and other Wellness Program events, activities, and community/county partnerships; mobilize, recruit, and coordinate the activities of coalition members and serve as the community/county resource for wellness initiatives.
Duties include, but are not limited to:
• Develop and maintains strong collaborative partnerships with key stakeholders (local, county-wide, and state-wide) and community partners for involvement in tobacco control, nutrition and fitness, and other wellness initiatives.
• Communicate program goals and success to professionals, decision makers, community leaders, contractors, and the media.
• Oversee the details of each phase of the program.
• Ensure use of accurate demographic, scientific, statistical and programmatic information related to tobacco control, nutrition and fitness, and other wellness issues.
• Coordinate and facilitate resources for coalition meetings (may include but are not limited to providing meeting accommodations and notices, logistical assistance, training opportunities, health communication resources, budget support, and other assistance as may be needed by the coalition.)
• Provide and coordinate training and technical assistance to the coalition and local partners.
• Assure that the coalition’s members are provided opportunities to develop or enhance specific experience and expertise in effective tobacco control and nutrition and fitness interventions, through participation in training workshops, conference calls, and evaluation activities.
• Mobilize community organizations to develop and implement community interventions and system and organizational level changes.
• Develop media messages (press kits, fact sheets, and other materials tailored to local tobacco, nutrition and fitness, and other wellness needs) for professional and lay audiences based cultural, social and behavioral factors in the delivery of tobacco control, nutrition and fitness, and other wellness information and cultivates media relationships.
• Analyze and stays abreast of public health policy and standards.
• Plan, coordinate, and conduct on-site educational and training activities and provide technical assistance on various tobacco control, nutrition and fitness, and other wellness related topics.
• Provide education to designated local stakeholders, city council members, and state legislators.
• Monitor the grant budget, including the rate of expenditures and compliance with budgeting requirements, including indirect costs, if applicable.
• Develop grant reports, collect data and maintain data on the grant program.
• Compile with all program, financial and evaluation guidelines and requirements of the grant.
• Develop and maintain a communication mechanism to keep coalition members fully informed of community issues, events, and activities as well as grant related plans, budgets, and issues.
• Coordinate the strategic planning process and meetings involving the coalition and its partners.
• Review and analyze local strategic plans and works with the coalition and partners and lead agency staff to implement the plans as well as formulate future strategic plans under the grant program for submittal to TSET annually.
• Recruit, develop, and maintain a diverse coalition membership mirroring the community's population.
• Research promising and best practices interventions, and continually develop knowledge involving tobacco control, nutrition and fitness, and overall wellness in order to assess the best strategies for achieving grant outcomes.
• Attend all conferences, trainings and other meetings required by the grant; Participates in all grant-related evaluation activities.
• Ensure completion of invoices and expenditure reports for submission to TSET.
• Work with TSET, technical assistance providers and the external evaluator to facilitate fulfillment of grant requirements, effective implementation of programs, and appropriate use of funds.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Ability to provide technical assistance to various organizations in planning and managing community-based programs.
• Technical skills and proficiency in computer applications for research and education resources; Skill in developing and delivering oral presentations.
• Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
• Ability to coordinate training events and workshops for adults and youth.
• Knowledge of tobacco control, nutrition and fitness, and other wellness trends and strategies that target children, youth and adults, including advertising, policies and standards, and promising or best practices.
• Knowledge of programmatic and fiscal components of public health or social services program implementation.
• Ability to analyze budgets and expenditure data; Ability to formulate and implement policies and procedures.
• Ability to think and act decisively about financial issues and corrective plans involving non-compliance.
• Capacity to grasp abstract ideas and form a coherent picture.
• Ability to objectively analyze a situation and evaluate pros and cons of any course of action.
• Analytical skills with financial and programmatic processes for improving the grant program.
• Ability to design and implement effective workflow processes and procedures.
• Ability to show cultural competence in working with diverse populations.
• Willing to be a team player and work collaboratively with coalitions and community agencies.
• Ability to be organized, proactive, work independently and be a self-starter.
• Ability to manage multiple projects and priorities with various deadlines and tasks.
Education and Work Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in a health related, behavioral health related, or social science related field. Substitution for the education and work experience require a minimum of two years of college WITH four years of experience working within communities on community development and mobilization and/or the implementation of preventive health programs or education.
This position has preferred qualifications:
Demonstrated financial management and programmatic experience in public or community health, social work, or related areas
Applicants who demonstrate they possess the minimum qualifications (education and experience requirements) and the preferred qualifications will be given additional consideration during the interview process.
Title 74, 840-5.5. (A)(4) - Persons employed with one-time, limited duration, federal or other grant funding that is not continuing or indefinitely renewable. The length of the unclassified employment shall not exceed the period of time for which that specific federal funding is provided.
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