The Health & Wellness Prevention Coordinator is an 11-month position (August 1, 2021-June 30, 2022) assisting in the coordination of HEART programming with USU Extension and HEART Faculty in 3 Utah counties (Carbon, Emery, and Grand). This position has three part-time openings; one will be located in Carbon County (office located in Price, UT), one in Emery County (office located in Castle Dale, UT) and one will be located in Grand County (office located in Moab, UT) at the USU Extension offices.
This position allows for some remote work (e.g., work from home), in addition to in-person events with youth, teachers, and parents. The Health & Wellness Prevention Coordinators will support the administration of a local grant to help prevent youth vaping/e-cigarette use in Carbon (1 position), Emery (1 position), and Grand (1 position) counties. The prevention coordinators will provide logistical, organizational, and implementation support for the daily activities of the grant administration, including activity planning, training, implementation of events/activities, budgeting, and data reporting. Under direction from the Project Director, the prevention coordinators will develop a parent prevention training/curriculum, advance key relationships with community partners, provide program promotion and implementation of teacher and youth training/activities, data tracking, and reporting.
• Support and provide implementation of a vape/e-cigarette prevention trainings for youth, parents, and teachers.
• Plan, organize, present, promote, and supervise special events or outreach activities (e.g., education events, teacher trainings, youth trainings, etc.).
• Modify and support development of prevention events.
• Establish working relationship with key partners, schools, and prevention coalitions.
• Monitor local budget provided for trainings and other grant activities.
• Promote trainings and events through social media and other marketing tools.
• Create vape prevention social media content.
• Work with staff and with community partners, schedule meetings, arrange travel, schedule community and teacher development activities and
programs for youth and other project related functions.
• Assists with technical writing for project activities.
• Prepare reports, financial statements and records on program status and progress for management and the sponsor agency.
• Assist with data entry and analysis.
• Assist with writing and editing project related reports and promotional or educational materials.
• Support the civil right mandate of Utah State University Extension
• Other duties as assigned.
• Two years of experience; or an associate degree; or a current bachelor's degree student in social work, psychology, public health, education, project management, or a related field
• Strong interpersonal, oral, and written skills
• Experience in recruiting, supervising, and working with youth
• Excellent organizational skills and ability to work independently
• Basic computer skills- Word, Excel and Internet
• Demonstrated ability to gather, interpret, and integrate evaluation data
• Access to reliable transportation
• Ability to lead group planning, discussions, and public presentations
• Understand public health initiatives, regulations, trends and emerging issues
• Ability to set, track, and accomplish realistic goals within a strict timeline
• Punctual; attend all required programs, meetings, and events
• Job offer is contingent upon the successful completion of a background check
• Flexible schedule: some weekend and evening work is required
• Leadership and program implementation experience in a health-related field
• Experience navigating grant or governmental program implementation, finances, and reporting
• Skills in social media promotion and other forms of online marketing and relationship building
• Background and skill in data use and/or collection
• Bachelor's or Master's degree in Public Health, Health Education and Promotion, Psychology, Social Work or a related field
As representatives of Utah State University Extension and primary contributors to its mission, all employees are expected to demonstrate the following characteristics:
• Take initiative
• Maintain confidentiality
• Be accountable
• Behave ethically
• Be honest and trustworthy
• Demonstrate a strong work ethic
• Be inquisitive
• Be detail-oriented
• Be self-motivated
• Efficiently manage multiple tasks
• Be a team player
• Be committed to improving USU
Along with the online application, please attach:
1. Resume to be uploaded at the beginning of your application in the Candidate Profile under “Resume/CV”
2. Cover Letter to be typed/pasted into a text box at the end of the application
**Document size may not exceed 10 MB.**
The environment and physical requirements may change depending on the specific function of the work each department performs. Incumbents may be in both indoor and outdoor environments. Indoors, in an office space, event space, or public space are protected from weather conditions, but not necessarily from temperature changes. Incumbents may nearly continuously sit and often use repetitive hand motion (such as typing).
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