Health Promotion Coordinator
Supports member colleges in fostering a culture of well-being by assisting with the creation and execution of employee surveys and the development of responsive programming. Requires up to 10% travel to accomplish duties. Performs duties in teams and self-directed settings. Success is dependent on fostering communication with and among multiple campuses and assisting with the development of effective health/well-being programs.
• Identifies vendors that offer programming as required by member colleges and assists the Executive Director in contracting with approved vendors.
• Acts as the primary interface with the Consortium’s well-being vendors. Specifies required vendor services. Identifies and informs vendors of service shortfalls. Signs off on corrective actions taken by vendors to address service shortfalls.
• Serves as the primary liaison between the Board of Directors and member colleges regarding well-being grants and funding.
• Reports to the Board of Directors on well-being metrics, programming effectiveness and other topics, as requested.
• Conducts quarterly teleconferences with each campus.
• Travels to colleges, as appropriate, to participate in wellness committee meetings during which planning, implementing, administering, measuring and evaluating well-being programming is undertaken.
• Provides “exit coaching” for colleges conducting biometric screening, upon request.
• Conducts annual, Consortium-wide meetings with campus well-being leaders to educate and share best practices.
• Sources public-health education materials for member colleges, as requested.
• Promotes only evidence-based, clinically-proven well-being strategies.
• Ensures that each member college distributes required notices to its eligible population on a timely basis, meeting all federal guidelines.
• Consortium assets are for the exclusive benefit of plan participants. Misuse of Consortium assets, including its computer assets, is prohibited and may subject the incumbent to disciplinary action including termination of employment.
OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Maintains an expert understanding of the Consortium’s program of benefits.
• Maintains a strong awareness of the political, social and fiscal environment for health and welfare plan operations.
• Maintains Consortium files, including electronic files, in a secure and orderly manner and in compliance with the Consortium’s Security Policy.
• Performs related duties as assigned by the Executive Director, including those that may involve interactions with other CICV employees.
• Maintains an awareness of health-promotion industry trends by attending an industry conference, annually.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
Academic courses or equivalent work experience in health promotion
3+ years’ experience in a related position.
Master of Public Health
Certified Health Education Specialist
Certified Intrinsic Coach
OTHER SKILLS and ABILITIES:
• Very skilled with Microsoft Office software.
• High standards of quality, integrity, and confidentiality.
• Strong verbal and written communication skills for note taking, report writing, and presentations.
• Strong organizational skills.
• Attentive to detail and accuracy.
• Ability to travel independently to member college campuses, vendor businesses or seminars; including overnight travel.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORK ENVIRONMENT
Mobility to work in a typical office setting and use standard office equipment. Functions are often performed sitting and require repetitive motion (keyboarding). Vision to read printed materials and a computer screen. Hearing and speech to communicate in person and over the telephone. Ability to push and pull, bend and stoop, and reach overhead are required. Ability to work on one’s feet for extended periods of time. Ability to flex hours and travel to offsite work locations. Ability to infrequently lift up to 35 pounds.
OTHER DUTIES This position description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. Other duties, responsibilities and activities may change or be assigned at any time with or without notice.