9910 Employee Well-Being Intern
9910 Employee Well-Being Intern
|Department||Health Service System|
|Date Opened||1/23/2019 1:00:00 PM|
|Filing Deadline||3/20/2019 5:00:00 PM|
|Job Type||Temporary Exempt|
Please note that this posting may close at any time.
This is a temporary exempt appointment. Exempt employees are considered “at will” and serve at the discretion of the appointing officer.
This position is within Well-Being Team of the Health Service System (HSS) of the City & County of San Francisco. The San Francisco Health Service System (HSS) is dedicated to preserving and improving sustainable, quality health benefits and enhancing the well-being of employees, retirees and their families. We serve the City & County of San Francisco, San Francisco Unified School District, City College of San Francisco, and San Francisco Superior Court.
HSS Well-Being Mission
We are here to help our members (employees, retirees, and family members) feel, live, and be Better Every Day. We encourage and facilitate well-being by raising awareness, providing programs, services and tools, and striving to create a supportive workplace culture. To be Better Every Day, we support members to Live Healthy, Feel Good, and Get Care.
This position will support a growing initiative to develop a culture of well-being for HSS members (employees, retirees, and their families). The Health Service System Well-Being Team is seeking an intern to work between 15-40 hours/week. Internships may last between three to twelve months and have a Monday through Friday schedule, however the number of hours worked are flexible.
The content areas that the intern may focus on during this time frame include: physical activity, retiree well-being, flu prevention, ergonomics, well-being benefits, healthy weight, and general behavior change. Additionally, certain health conditions and related health benefit topics may be addressed.
Interns will learn these skills and gain these experiences:
· Ability to translate a literature review into guidance for key messages for campaigns and various educational materials for members
· Development of toolkits which help volunteers (Well-Being Champions) implement wellness at the workplace
· Development of promotional materials
· Development of educational materials
· Organization of health resource content from a variety of resources to be presented in print and online
· Writing of reports for a variety of audiences including employees, managers, and stakeholders
· Ability to represent the department at workplace wellness tabling events
· Provide training presentations to Well-Being Champions
· Develop and assist with presentations on various health education topics
· Customer service skills – the ability to interact with SFHSS members in person and over the phone
· Website content development
Data analysis for program evaluation:
· Analysis of survey data using survey monkey
· Analysis of participation data using Excel
Logistics and event planning:
· Coordination of large scale events at a variety of locations including our wellness center
· Communications with Department Champions and vendors
Examples of Duties
Under immediate supervision and in the capacity of a trainee, learns to perform those specialized duties that are pertinent to the entry level of the designated target employment; learns the organization of the department to which assigned, its relationship to other city agencies and the range of services it provides; attends instructional or other training programs relating directly to the duty assignment; learns to perform other related duties normally expected of the entry-level employee. Requires responsibility for following instructions, learning and adapting to existing policies and procedures and maintaining simple records of work completed.
· Research and development of well-being toolkits for departments to create a culture of well-being.
· Development of promotional, logistic, and educational materials to support various campaigns including, but not limited to physical activity, retiree well-being, ergonomics, flu prevention, well-being benefits, healthy weight, and general behavior change.
· Coordination of special events at the Wellness Center designed to recruit new members and provide health education.
· Evaluation of well-being campaign related program data including Eat Better, Feel Better, RECHARGE, and Play Your Way.
· Data entry and report writing about Wellness Center usage, Employee Well-being Program, and retiree well-being.
Possession of a baccalaureate degree with a major in health education, exercise science/kinesiology, nutrition/dietetics, public health, sociology, biological sciences, or a closely related field; OR
Anticipated possession of a baccalaureate degree with a major in health education, exercise science/kinesiology, nutrition/dietetics, public health, sociology, biological sciences, or a closely related field within the next six (6) months.
Professional health educator work experience performing duties equivalent to those of City and County of San Francisco Class 2819 Assistant Health Educator may be substituted for the required degree on a year-for-year basis (up to a maximum of 2 years). Thirty (30) semester units or forty-five (45) quarter units equal one year.
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Human Resources Director
Department of Human Resources
Recruitment ID Number: TEX-9910-903239
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