Open Position at ETR:
HOW YOU CAN CONTRIBUTE
Reporting to the Project Director, this position will be responsible for coordinating the Communities Energized for Health (CEH) commercial tobacco prevention project scope of work components including but not limited to volunteer organizing and training, decision-maker outreach and education, educational visits and presentations, educational materials development, meeting facilitation, technical assistance, media outreach, and evaluation activities. CEH works towards policy/system change through education campaigns aimed to activate community engagement and address health disparities, specifically in rural, low socioeconomic and tribal communities, in a manner that is both culturally relevant and equitable in order to achieve legislated secondhand smoke (SHS) policies.
- You possess excellent communication and relationship-building skills with colleagues, partners and clients with utmost integrity, courtesy and diplomacy.
- You are capable of embracing the ideas of others and seek to understand others’ points of view in order to further our shared mission and vision.
- You enjoy working independently as well as collaboratively to meet goals and deadlines.
- You are capable of using technology to effectively and professionally communicate with co-located and remote colleagues.
- You are self-motivated and capable of strategically prioritizing multiple tasks in a fast-moving environment.
- You embrace a spirit of learning and curiosity in your work and proactively seek out answers and solutions to questions and challenges that arise.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED TO BE SUCCESSFUL
- BA/BS degree and/or equivalent experience in related field.
- 3 to 5 years of experience/relationships with rural counties and/or underserved communities in California.
- 3 to 5 years’ experience in tobacco/other advocacy, education and community strategies.
- 1-3 years of experience in project coordination.
- Knowledge of the cultural values, beliefs, needs and expectations of California rural and marginalized populations.
- Ability to work with diverse groups of people with an understanding of and ability to gain the trust of key prioritized populations with whom the projects provide services.
- Strong organizational, interpersonal, group facilitation, and presentation skills.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Proficient with all MS Office applications (Excel, Word), Outlook and Internet.
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team, with limited supervision.
- Ability to provide initiative and oversee a project with multiple tasks from conception to completion.
- Ability to balance completion of assigned project tasks, both short and long-term, with the performance of routine duties.
- Ability to meet short deadlines and work additional hours during deadline periods.
- Ability to travel as assigned. This position requires travel up to 60% of the time.
- Valid driver’s license, acceptable DMV record and proof of auto insurance required.
Location: Remote (work from home) employment.
Starting Pay Range: $57,865 – $64,375 annually
WORKING AT ETR
ETR employees enjoy a competitive salary, amazing 401(k) and health benefits as well as generous PTO and holiday pay. You will contribute to making a difference in the world!
Agency: Americans for Nonsmokers’ Rights
Location: Berkeley, Alameda County, CA
Hours per Week: 40
Time Type: Full
The American Nonsmokers’ Rights (ANR) Foundation (www.no-smoke.org) is looking for a Project Coordinator to support the California Policy Evaluation and Tracking System (PETS) project. The California Department of Public Health’s California Tobacco Control Program (CTCP) developed PETS, a longitudinal policy surveillance database of tobacco control policies in local jurisdictions in California, as a tool to document and track local legislative tobacco control policies, to report the strength of these policies, and to analyze their impact on tobacco-related behaviors and outcomes. In 2019, CTCP awarded the ANR Foundation a five-year contract to manage PETS.
We are looking for a highly organized self-starter with experience in managing complex projects with multiple stakeholders to provide administrative and programmatic support for the project. This is a new role, reporting to the Project & Policy Manager, and working closely with the Policy Surveillance Team, PETS grants management team, and external stakeholders, including the State of California. This is a full-time role based in Berkeley, CA, with occasional travel within California
Salary DOE, salary range $47,000-$57,000, dependent upon experience. Excellent benefits package.
Send resume, writing sample, and a cover letter via email to: email@example.com, with subject headline: PETS Project Coordinator.
Join APPEAL to work in promoting health equity in Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander communities! APPEAL supports and advocates for policies and programs to combat health disparities related to tobacco-use and cancer.
We are located in the beautiful Jack London Square area of Oakland. The 12th St/Oakland City Center Bart station is only a 10 minute walk to and from our office. We offer competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits package.
APPEAL is an equal opportunity employer. Women and people of color are encouraged to apply.
We are currently hiring for the following position(s):
Program Associate – ASPIRE Program
Read the full job description and application details here
CENTRAL VALLEY REGIONAL COORDINATOR
The California Health Collaborative is recruiting a full-time Regional Coordinator for the Statewide Rural Coordinating Center, which is five-year program funded by the California Department of Public Health – Tobacco Control Program. The overall goal of the Coordinating Center is to facilitate the collaboration and communication among four (4) Rural Regional Projects and to support tobacco policy efforts in rural communities that will prevent and reduce tobacco use among rural residents in California.
The Regional Coordinator is responsible for coordinating services for the Central Valley Region (Kings, Madera, Mariposa, Merced, Tulare) regional projects that are funded to mobilize communities to reduce tobacco-related disparities among the rural population.
An abbreviated list of responsibilities includes:
- Assist in preparing and submitting all program related reports.
- Develop and implement action plans to engage Rural Regional Projects in the Central Valley.
- Identify and link the Central Valley Regional Projects to tobacco control resources and services.
- Assist with coordinating a statewide rural tobacco control Advisory Committee.
- Coordinate with other statewide, regional, and county-specific programs and activities related to the funded program to maximize effectiveness and minimize duplication of services.
- Coordinate effective implementation of the approved program plan, which is designed to achieve program goals and objectives.
Education and experience requirements are: a bachelor’s degree in Community Health Education, Health Administration, Public Administration, Health Promotion or similar field; two-years of community organizing or policy and systems change; OR a combination of work experience and education indicating an ability to fulfill the requirements of the position.
Residence in the Central Valley is required.
The project will require the ability to travel with some overnight stays as required in the workplan. Excellent writing and public speaking skills are required. Ability to communicate in a clear and concise manner and the ability to organize and complete tasks in a timely manner are required. Ability to read, analyze, and interpret workplans and other materials; write reports, business correspondence; communicate with partners and the public in a clear and professional manner; gather and record data for reports. Ability to effectively present information to groups of various backgrounds and respond to questions.
JOB TYPE: Full-time (80%) with Benefits
If interested, please submit your resume and cover letter to Shelly Brantley at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Friday, March 13, 2020.
FDA Center for Tobacco Products:
Please consider joining the Center for Tobacco Products (CTP), Office of the Center Director as the Senior Science Advisor in the Office of the Center Director, a key leadership position at the top of the organization. The Senior Science Advisor plays an integral role in helping achieve CTP’s mission of protecting the public health by reducing the death and disease caused by tobacco products in the United States. The Senior Science Advisor provides scientific input on tobacco regulations and policy that are national in scope.
Responsibilities of the position include providing expert scientific input on major policy initiatives, including regulations and guidance, and to review scientific documents produced by the Center. The Senior Science Advisor also serves as CTP leadership’s primary liaison to HHS sister agencies such as CDC and NIH and participates in the cross-agency HHS Steering Committee on Tobacco.
We are doing a national search to fill this position. The person selected for this position will serve as part of CTP’s Senior Leadership Team reporting directly to the Center Director. For more information and to apply for this position, please see: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/563536100. Please note that applications must be submitted no later than April 24, 2020. For more information about working at CTP, including resources to help apply for a federal job, please see: https://www.fda.gov/tobacco-products/about-center-tobacco-products-ctp/jobs-center-tobacco-products.
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