Program Coordinator (Closed)

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Job Type

Full Time

About the Role

Full Job Description
The Center for Black Health and Equity RWJF Program Coordinator Job Description

($50,000 - $60,000 annually)

General Purpose

The Program Coordinator will be responsible for facilitating community coalition development training activities to ensure that goals and objectives specified by local coalitions are accomplished in accordance with approved work-plan deliverables, funding limitations and other specifications. The position will create and maintain partnerships with community-based organizations, faith-based institutions, statewide advocacy partners, and local public health departments committed to reducing health disparities impacting African Americans. The position will provide training and technical assistance to advance a common public health agenda.

Main Job Tasks and Responsibilities

Deliver structured lesson plans on coalition development at the local/state level and building capacity to support policy change through community education and advocacy.
Develop and provide technical assistance and training to funded and non-funded partners upon request.
Participate in conference calls, webinars and/or online/in-person trainings as required by the funding agency.
Coordinate assigned program activities with interrelated priorities of other programs, departments, or staff to ensure optimum efficiency and compliance with appropriate policies, procedures, and specifications.
Prepare periodic reports and records on funded partner program activities, progress, status, or other special reports for management or outside agencies.
Recruit and develop regional partnerships with community and faith-based organizations, institutes of higher learning, state and local health departments and local businesses.
Track and monitor subcontractor expenditures and implementation activities for reporting purposes. Recommend new or revised strategies to meet program goals and objectives.
Organize site visits and meetings as directed by the Director of Programs.
Represent The Center in meetings with external stakeholders on policy, environmental, and systems change related to tobacco prevention and cessation.
Assist in the development of messaging, visual depictions and delivery of education campaigns, new initiatives, and protocols for capacity building
Education and Experience

Minimum of a Bachelor of Science or arts degree or equivalent.
Preference will be given to candidates with policy and advocacy experience
Experience in evidence-based strategies related to tobacco policy, system and environmental approaches is a plus.
Knowledge of and experience using public health administrative practices and procedures
Demonstrated knowledge of health disparities and experience implementing proven strategies to address health disparities
Experience building and sustaining partnerships and relationships
Proficiency in MS WORD, MS EXCEL and MS PowerPoint
Proficiency in scheduling and moderating online meetings via Zoom, Google Meets, and Microsoft Teams
Knowledge and confidence in ability to manage and facilitate trainings using virtual communication platforms
Key Competencies

Interpersonal skills
Relationship building
Communication skills (both verbal and written)
Presentation skills
Judgment and problem solving
Planning and time management
Multitasking
Attention to detail and high level of accuracy
Initiative
Integrity
Note: This is a full-time, remote position with a preference for applicants in Durham, NC, Cleveland, OH, or Atlanta, GA.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $50,000.00 - $60,000.00 per year

Benefits:

Dental insurance
Health insurance
Paid time off
Retirement plan
Vision insurance
Schedule:

8 hour shift
Monday to Friday
Education:

Bachelor's (Required)
License/Certification:

Driver's License (Preferred)
Work Location: Remote

Requirements

  • Bachelor's (Required)

  • Driver's License (Preferred)

  • US work authorization (Preferred)

About the Company

We work to facilitate the implementation and promotion of comprehensive policies, community-led programs and culturally competent public health campaigns that benefit people of African descent.