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New Position at LGBTQ Communications Associate – Check out the details through using the link below!

  1. ATTN: Immediate Employment Opportunity Overseas. .. Contractor is seeking a clinical psychologist to provide services to US personnel working on a US military installation on Okinawa. 4-year contract. $70/hr. If interested, contact Kirk Sheppard at +81-90-3790-7398. Serious inquiries only.
  2. Clinical Research Coordinator – https://bit.ly/33d2Auo

The Mariposa County Tobacco Education Program has an opening for a full-time Program Specialist I/II/III (Community Engagement Coordinator) in the Tobacco Education Program. Please share!

This Indeed job posting best describes how the position will support the program: https://indeedhi.re/3h5Mp5O

* Applications must be submitted via the job posting on the Mariposa County job opportunities webpage here: https://bit.ly/2Zjvarx

Salary Range:  $3,659.69 – $5,445.16 Monthly,  with excellent benefits, including CalPers retirement, vacation, medical, dental and vision.

The deadline for applications is Sept. 18, 2020.

Mariposa County, with a population of nearly 18,250 is located roughly in the center of California and on the western slope of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The County has an area of 931,200 acres which includes a large portion of Yosemite National Park, along with Bureau of Land Management, and Sierra National Forest lands. https://www.yosemite.com/tourism-bureau/


VACCEB is looking for a Program Coordinator & Staff Accountant to join our team. Please see the links below to apply & help spread the word! 🙂

The California Tobacco Control Program (CTCP) is currently recruiting for the following: one Senior Marketing Specialist (Senior Advertising Specialist) in our Media and Communication Section.

If you a have any questions regarding these positions, feel free to contact Susanna Badalyan-Deus or Lori Loftis, California Tobacco Control Program at (916) 552-9891 / susanna.badalyan-deus@cdph.ca.gov or (916) 449-5493 / lori.loftis@cdph.ca.govrespectively.

NOTE – Position also requires responses to a position-specific Supplemental Questionnaire (SQ).  The SQ must be included with your application to be considered for an interview.  See the referenced Job Control Number for information on the Supplemental Questionnaire.

Media and Communications Section

Senior Marketing Specialist (Senior Advertising Specialist)Final Filling Date: 09/09/2020

See this link to Job Control 212865 on CalHR Website for information on how to apply for this position.

·         Develops and ensures implementation of paid media best practices, creates rigorous analytical processes to determine the efficacy of paid media spend, and identify opportunity for cost effective advertising.

·         Develops systems and manages fiscal accountability for the statewide media campaign and its contractors.

·         Consults with advertising agency’s management team to review periodic and annual performances.

·         Leads administrative side of procurement efforts to obtain advertising and public relations services, including developing requests for proposals that are consistent with advertising trends and practices, assists review processes to select appropriate contractors, and negotiate contracts.

Posted: 8/25/20


Program Director in Position in the Tobacco Control Research Branch

https://cancercontrol.cancer.gov/brp/docs/TCRB-PD.pdf

Social and Behavioral Scientist Administrator (Program Officer)

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/575758000

Social and Behavioral Scientist Administrator (Program Officer)

 https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/576185500

Posted: 8/25/20


UCSF Black Health Initiative Program Manager

More info here! PCORI BHI Program Manger_Job Description_MJohn_072920

Posted: 8/7/20

The New York State Department of Health is seeking to fill these positions:

Health Program Administrator, Bureau of Tobacco Control

https://careers-healthresearch.icims.com/jobs/4779/health-program-administrator-i/job

Research Scientist III, Bureau of Chronic Disease Evaluation and Research

https://careers-healthresearch.icims.com/jobs/4768/research-scientist-iii/job

Assistant Director, Bureau of Tobacco Control

Date Posted: 8/7/20


Job Title:  Case Manager

Department/Program Name: Health and Wellness Program

Salary: $20 – $23/hour

Classification: Hours/Benefits:

Full-time, non-exempt
37.5 hours per week with employer-paid health and dental benefits, vacation and sick hours

Reports To:

Health and Wellness Program Manager

Case Manager Job Announcement

Based in San Francisco’s Tenderloin District, Southeast Asian Development Center SEADC (SEADC, formerly Vietnamese Youth Development Center) is a multi-service agency offering services in employment and leadership training, educational support and advocacy, and counseling for immigrant and low-income youth, adults and their families. SEADC supports Southeast Asian children, youth and adults to have a strong foundation to be healthy, economically self-sufficient, achieve life-long learning and engage in civic opportunities. Founded over 40 years ago, SEADC serves over 500 clients each year.

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Case Management services at SEADC supports clients with coordination, linkage and referral to services available to them. The goal is to empower clients to draw on their own strengths and capabilities, promote wellness and an overall improved quality of life.

Services include planning of client’s needs, providing support to clients and their families by helping them to achieve their identified goals.

The Case Manager is responsible for providing comprehensive strength based one-on- one case management services to at risk and high risk individuals.

Primary functions are to coordinate, link and refer clients to services and resources available in the community and within the center. They monitor client progress, follow up with referral linkages of third party providers and community resources, work closely with SEADC behavioral health team to complete, maintain and update accurate physical client records and online databases.

The ideal candidate will be skilled in working one-on-one with vulnerable populations and has knowledge of the demographics that make up the Southeast Asian community and the historical context that impacts their day to day life. They must be flexible with varying schedules and activities during the week.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Provide case management services for up to 40 clients for the year.
  2. Support the intake and assessment of new and existing clients of SEADC.
  3. Make referrals to internal and external resources to assist clients with meeting individual service plan goals.
  1. Identify and connect clients with behavioral problems to appropriate resources and other providers in the community to support the development of positive behavior plans.
  2. Conduct home visits, attend court hearings and provide support to clients and their families when necessary.
  3. Work collaboratively with community-based organizations, school personnel and other service providers in San Francisco.
  4. Work collaboratively with SEADC staff members to support clients’ needs in accessing SEADC programs and resources.
  5. Document well-written client notes, reports, service plans, and progress made towards client goals according to program and funder requirements.
  6. Maintain participant records, progress reports, and evaluations.
  7. Complete and submit program reports.
  8. Attend grantor meetings, program training, and professional development training.
  9. Participate in and attend agency and program meetings and agency-wide events.
  10. Quarterly evaluations of progress made toward client goals.
  11. Other duties as assigned by Direct Supervisor.

KNOWLEDGE AND QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Bachelor’sDegreeinPsychology,SocialWork,CounselingorrelatedfieldOR two years or more of work experience in a similar setting.
  2. Demonstratedexperienceworkingwithat-riskandhigh-riskindividuals,including youth and adults.
  3. Stronginterpersonalandcommunicationskills,bothone-on-oneandingroups.
  4. Self-starting,self-motivatedandabletoworkwithinateamandonmultipletasksand meet deadlines.
  5. Strong knowledge of services and programs for children, youth and families in San Francisco.
  6. Strong organizational skills.
  7. Mustpossessexcellentleadership,interpersonalandtimemanagementskills.
  8. A passion and commitment to the SEADC mission.
  9. Bilingual in Southeast Asian language preferred.
  10. TB and fingerprinting clearance required.
  11. Strong self-care routine and support network

TO APPLY, Please submit a cover letter as to why you are interested in this position along with your resume via email or mail to Mory Chhom at
info@VYDC.org or SEADC, 166 Eddy Street, San Francisco, CA 94102.

Knowledge and ability to interview and complete screening and assessment of

clients.

The mission of Southeast Asian Development Center (SEADC) is to foster a healthy,

thriving and self-sufficient Southeast Asian American community.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and committed to embracing diversity and consider all applicants for all positions without regard to color, ethnic background, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, HIV/AIDS or veteran status.

The California Tobacco Control Program (CTCP) is currently recruiting for the following: one Senior Marketing Specialist (Senior Advertising Specialist) in our Media and Communication Section.

If you a have any questions regarding these positions, feel free to contact Susanna Badalyan-Deus or Lori Loftis, California Tobacco Control Program at (916) 552-9891 / susanna.badalyan-deus@cdph.ca.gov or (916) 449-5493 / lori.loftis@cdph.ca.gov respectively.

NOTE – Position also requires responses to a position-specific Supplemental Questionnaire (SQ).  The SQ must be included with your application to be considered for an interview.  See the referenced Job Control Number for information on the Supplemental Questionnaire.

Posted: 8/4/20


Media and Communications Section

Senior Marketing Specialist (Senior Advertising Specialist)Final Filling Date: 7/23/2020

See this link to Job Control 208240 on CalHR Website for information on how to apply for this position.

·         Develops and ensures implementation of paid media best practices, creates rigorous analytical processes to determine the efficacy of paid media spend, and identify opportunity for cost effective advertising.

·         Develops systems and manages fiscal accountability for the statewide media campaign and its contractors.

·         Consults with advertising agency’s management team to review periodic and annual performances.

·         Leads administrative side of procurement efforts to obtain advertising and public relations services, including developing requests for proposals that are consistent with advertising trends and practices, assists review processes to select appropriate contractors, and negotiate contracts.

Posted: 7/14/20


Bay Area Coordinator for the Regional Tenant Organizing Network and Peoples Land and Housing Alliance
Position Description

Overview:
Urban Habitat is hiring a consultant to provide support for the Regional Tenant Organizing (RTO) network and Peoples Land and Housing Alliance (PLHA) network.

Position Summary:

The housing crisis in the Bay Area is at the most critical point it has ever been. In the Bay Area, more than 480,000 economically insecure households pay on average $9,000 more than they can afford on rent annually—adding up to $4.4 billion that they could be spending on their family needs and in the regional economy. Between 2000 and 2016, rents increased 24 percent while renter incomes rose just 9 percent. Six of every 10 economically insecure residents are renters and 75 percent of them pay too much for housing (more than 30 percent of their income).1 For years, organizations throughout the region have been working to defend and advance protections for renters and their families. More recently, we are seeing the growth of organizing and advocacy for longer term solutions that can guarantee dignified, affordable housing for all through land trusts and other forms of community ownership. Across the region, more organizations are taking up the issue of housing due to its impact on their constituencies and more neighborhoods in cities and suburbs are seeing the rise of volunteer-led groups organize for the right to affordable, safe and secure housing.

Regional Tenant Organizing (RTO) is a network of tenants right organizations and allies seeking a part-time Bay Area regional coordinator for 20 hours/week. The position will be shared with the Peoples Land and Housing Alliance (PLHA), a network of organizations fighting for long-term, community based solutions to the housing crisis. The coordinator will support infrastructure and membership development for the networks; support implementation of network projects; and cultivate relationships across the region, and with state-wide and national networks. The coordinator will report to one supervisor, and work closely with the steering committees from both networks. The position will be housed at Urban Habitat.

This is the first year of this position with an expectation that it will expand to full-time in 2021.

Summary of Duties/Responsibilities:

● Coordinate the Regional Tenant Organizing network and the People’s Land and Housing Alliance with a focus on ensuring the existing infrastructures operate smoothly. This includes: convening regular meetings of the networks and steering committees,

1 All data points are from Solving the Housing Crisis is Key to Inclusive Prosperity in the Bay Area, by Sarah Treuhaft with Jessica Pizarek, Ángel Ross and Justin Scoggins.

maintaining meeting agendas and minutes, managing member communications, and supporting grant writing and reporting.

  • ●  Coordinate with the RTO and PLHA steering committees to implement the strategic priorities of this position (which will be finalized in 2020) with a high level of success. Includes but is not exclusive to:
    • ○  Continuing to develop infrastructure of the networks
    • ○  Coordinating with and supporting network working groups
    • ○  Implementing 1 annual regional assembly, and participating in planning thebiennial California Renter Power assembly
    • ○  Representing the networks externally in regional and statewide discussionsrelevant to the housing justice movement
    • ○  Build relationships with regional allies, partner networks, and funders
  • ●  Coordinate RTO and PLHA membership development and support:
    • ○  Conduct one on one meetings with member organizations and sustainrelationships
    • ○  Build new relationships with existing or emerging tenant groups, including faith-based and volunteer groups
    • ○  Support trainings, information exchange, research and small grant program
    • ○  Update and maintain member databaseSummary of Qualifications:Bachelor’s Degree in urban planning, urban studies, environmental studies, economics, or public policy and at least two years of experience in community organizing and policy advocacy; or a minimum of five years of experience in social/environmental justice field with a demonstrated record of accomplishment leading community-based organizing and/or advocacy campaigns in large diverse coalitions.Specific skills/subject knowledge:
  •   Knowledgeable about the housing crisis in the Bay Area
  •   Ability to track the big picture of network-building, alongside the details of relationshipsand membership development
  •   Experience in building and cultivating strong relationships in a professional manner
  •   Knowledge and experience with grassroots organizing efforts and how to supportemerging organizations
  •   Excellent planning and organizational skills
  •   Excellent written and verbal communication for internal and public purposes
  •   Ability to effectively present information to groups with a variety of backgrounds
  •   Experience with coordinating and leading in-person and virtual meetings and ensuringconsistency of agenda development, facilitation and topline summaries that highlight key

action items

  •   Experience with managing a small program budget
  •   Ability to meet deadlines in a timely manner
  •   Ability to communicate in Spanish desirable

Characteristics of the Position:

  •   This position is an independent contractor, and neither Consultant nor Consultant’s employees or contract personnel are, or shall be deemed Urban Habitat’s employees.
  •   The consultant will be paid a rate of $34 an hour.
  •   The consultant will report to Urban Habitat’s Program Director of Land Use andHousing.
  •   Requires evening and some weekend activities; these may include, but are not limited to,meetings, trainings, and workshops.Application Instructions:Applications will be reviewed on an on-going basis until the position is filled. Interested candidates should e-mail a resume to Tony Samara at jobs@urbanhabitat.org. Please put “Bay Area Coordinator” in the subject line of your email.

Posted: 6/27/20


Senior Health Educator
 
Department of Public Health

POSITION DESCRIPTION

The Department of Public Health (DPH) is currently accepting applications for two (2) full-time positions in class 2825 Senior Health Educator. DPH’s Community Health Equity and Promotion Branch (CHE&P) has one (1) opening as a Health Education Programs Manager and one (1) opening as a Community Health Equity Quality Improvement Coordinator.

Location: 25 Van Ness, San Francisco, CA 94102

Shift: Monday – Friday; 8:00AM – 5:00PM, including some evening and weekends

Location and shift are subject to change depending on the needs of the department.

Health Education Programs Manager

Under general direction, the Health Education Programs Manager provides public health education leadership guidance with an equity lens on health education programs; chronic disease prevention; and communicable disease prevention, such as COVID-19. This position will focus on supporting CHE&P’s Tobacco Free Project (TFP) by managing Community Action Model (CAM) and CAM Institute implementation; cessation programs, contracts, integration, and other related efforts, community capacity building, including youth development; providing coordination and health education technical assistance on social media and other public communications; leading trainings; and providing health education technical assistance. The Health Education Programs Manager carries out all responsibilities using an equity lens and in alignment with City, Department, Branch, funder, and community priorities.

Essential duties include, but are not limited to:

  •   Provides public health education guidance, strategies for information development and dissemination, stakeholder engagement, and other communications and health education community support in various health areas including, but not limited to COVID-19.
  •  Manages the development, implementation and evaluation of in-person and distance training, youth and workforce development, and other capacity-building programs, and provides guidance and health education technical assistance to colleagues and partners.
  •       Manages the planning, implementation, and evaluation of the cessation program led by DPH and community-based contractors. Leads TFP efforts to coordinate and integrate with the San Francisco Health Network (SFHN) on cessation and other direct service linkages to support SFHN patients and clients.
  •       Leads the development and implementation of CAM and CAM Institute.
  •       Leads the development, implementation, and evaluation of public health education messaging through campaigns including social media, tradition media, and other broad-based communications.
  •       Coordinates the planning, implementation, and evaluation of health education projects across multiple program areas of TFP and related CHE&P efforts.
  •       Implements continuous quality improvement (CQI) throughout various functions of the work.
  •       Keeps informed of current trends in public health, the work of other agencies, and community relations. Disseminates best practices and builds capacity locally and nationally, and presents on professional documents, reports and materials.
  •       Writes grants proposals, develops and manages budgets and program plans.
  •       Supervises Health Educators, Assistant Health Educators, contracts, and other staff engaged in related health promotion and education activities.

The 2825 Senior Health Educator performs other related duties as required.

Community Health Equity Quality Improvement Coordinator

Under general direction, the Community Health Equity Quality Improvement (QI) Coordinator leads quality improvement and strategic planning efforts with an equity lens for the CHE&P Branch. This includes planning, coordinating, and summarizing outcomes and performance measures for CHE&P’s diverse health promotion programs, such as HIV and STD prevention and education, tobacco prevention and control, COVID-19 prevention and education, chronic disease prevention, and safe and active communities. The Coordinator plans, implements, oversees, and evaluates programs and provides health education technical assistance for various partners and initiatives. The Coordinator carries out all responsibilities using an equity lens and in alignment with City, Department, Branch, funder, and community priorities.

Essential duties include, but are not limited to:

  •   Lead efforts with CHE&P Branch leaders, managers, and coordinators to identify, track, and report out on outcome and performance measures for the Branch’s key initiatives, including identifying areas for integration across the Branch.
  •   Provide QI guidance and technical assistance to COVID-19 planning, implementation and improvement activities, in coordination with CHE&P and other City Staff and partners.
  •       Coordinate CHE&P collaboration on Department-wide focus areas, including but not limited to work with San Francisco Health Network and focus of community health workers in clinic-based health-promotion.
  •       Manage specific project areas of CHE&P Branch, including project oversight and supervision of Health Educators, Assistant Health Educators, and other staff engaged in health promotion and education activities.
  •     Lead and actively participate in grant writing, planning and evaluation activities.
  •       Lead standard work development for Branch staff and interns, including developing and coordinating a pipeline process.
  •      Manage workforce development for Branch staff and interns, including developing and coordinating a pipeline process.
  •   Actively participate at CHE&P Branch management level, and lead areas/initiatives as identified and assigned.
  •   Plan, organize, facilitate and evaluate meetings and coordinated work, implement specific project activities as needed.
  •       Develop, strengthen, and maintain partnerships with local and state organization involved in CHE&P initiatives. Represent CHE&P and DPH at conferences, coalition meetings and other events as necessary.

Posted: 6/27/20

More Info here!


Open Positions at Equality California:

Position: Program Manager (Central Valley) 

Salary: Based on Experience

Type: Full-Time, Exempt

Start: As soon as possible

Closing date of this position: Open until filled

Reports to: Program Director

More info here!

Posted 6/23/20


Surveillance Unit 

Research Scientist I (Epidemiology/Biostatistics) – Final Filling Date: 06/30/2020 – NEW

See this link to Job Control 205810 on CalHR Website for information on how to apply for this position.

·         Conceptualizes appropriate research questions and objectives, designs content and culturally sensitive data collection instruments for the various subpopulations targeted for study, develops quality control measures to ensure integrity of the data, selects appropriate statistical techniques, develops computerized data bases and carries out statistical analyses using statistical software, such as SAS, SPSS, STATA, or R. Interprets and draws conclusions.

·         Monitors and manages surveillance projects to track the trends of tobacco-related diseases and tobacco use among subpopulations.

·         Facilitates coordination of surveillance projects with university and private research agency contractors and federal agencies such as the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

·         Consults with epidemiologic researchers and health program evaluators, universities, the federal government, other state programs, the private sector, and in other areas on scientific studies relating to tobacco use.

Strategic Planning and Policy Unit

Associate Governmental Program Analyst (Planning and Policy Analyst) – Final Filling Date: 06/30/2020 – NEW

See this link to Job Control 205762 on CalHR Website for information on how to apply for this position.

·         Performs primary staff support, coordination, and consultation in planning and organizing all meetings and functions of TEROC, which include securing meeting logistics, developing meeting minutes and other meeting materials; and completing the Committee’s action items (such as letters, talking points, presentations, etc.).

·         Acts as a tobacco control policy, systems, and environmental change subject matter expert and resource for TCB. Leads and participates in policy, systems, and environmental change-related work groups.

·         Performs critical analysis on policy development, program planning and assessment; develops recommendations for policy direction and procedural changes to further TCB’s mandate to prevent and reduce tobacco use; prepares Branch tobacco-related bill analyses, issue memos, legislative concepts and proposals.

·         Leads the planning, preparation, coordination, and implementation of activities required by federal grants, such as creating health educational materials, frequently asked questions, delivering presentations, preparing and coordinating procurements, reviewing and approving applications, preparing progress reports, and leading the planning and implementation of conferences and trainings.

Posted 6/23/20


Open Positions at CTCP:

The California Tobacco Control Program (CTCP) is currently recruiting for the following: one Research Scientist III (Social Behavioral Sciences) in our Evaluation Unit.

If you a have any questions regarding these positions, feel free to contact Susanna Badalyan-Deus or Lori Loftis, California Tobacco Control Program at (916) 552-9891 / susanna.badalyan-deus@cdph.ca.gov or (916) 449-5493 / lori.loftis@cdph.ca.gov respectively.

NOTE – Position also requires responses to a position-specific Supplemental Questionnaire (SQ).  The SQ must be included with your application to be considered for an interview.  See the referenced Job Control Number for information on the Supplemental Questionnaire.

 

EVALUATION UNIT

Research Scientist III (Social Behavioral Sciences) – Final Filling Date: 06/17/2020 – NEW

See this link to Job Control 204505 on CalHR Website for information on how to apply for this position.

·         Conceptualizes, designs, directs, organizes, and interprets data from studies that are highly developed in their scientific scope and complexity in terms of methodological issues, measurements, and analyses.

·         Coordinates and directs the provision of scientific technical consultation by Evaluation and Surveillance Section (ESS) staff to Community and Statewide Interventions Section and Media and Communications Section staff, TCB intervention workgroups, evaluation contractors and local program evaluators.

·         Provides scientific oversight, direction, and approval of studies funded or conducted by TCB. Provides consultation to the rest of the ESS to ensure the integrity and validity of studies funded and/or conducted by TCB and in published findings.

·         Disseminates scientific study findings by preparing scientific reports, publications and presentations of scientific findings to a variety of audiences, including appropriate elements of state government, the public and scientific community.

·         Acquires, updates, analyzes, and interprets major state and national tobacco-related data to evaluate the impact of TCB interventions and tobacco control policies.


Program Director

.80-1.0 FTE, exempt

Oakland and Alameda County, California June 9, 2020

The Program Director provides overall direction and management for programs under Diversity in Health Training Institute’s (DHTI) Healthcare Career Pathways and Community Wellness Initiatives to improve the health and wellness of immigrant, refugee, and asylees in the East Bay. DHTI is seeking a proven administrator preferably in immigrant healthcare workforce development and/or mental health prevention/early intervention with experience in program development, training, coaching, and clinical supervision. The ideal candidate is passionate about the transformation of health and behavioral care in the U.S. and the integration of immigration populations, a relationship builder, strategic thinker, and able to design, evaluate and adapt programmatic offerings to best help immigrants and refugees achieve health, wellness, and self-sufficiency. This opportunity is perfect for a skilled manager who thrives in a busy, fast paced, operationally lean environment. When you join the team at DHTI, you can expect to be part of an innovative and equity-focused community that approaches immigrant health and community wellness as a matter of social justice that requires broad collaboration among immigrant communities, community-based organizations, health workforce sectors including education and healthcare employers.

About the Organization:

Diversity in Health Training Institute (DHTI) is an East Bay-based nonprofit that advances healthcare workforce opportunities and community wellness with and for immigrants in Alameda and Contra Costa counties. DHTI’s overall purpose is to promote conditions in which immigrants can thrive. DHTI was established in 2011 by then-Alameda County Supervisor Alice Lai-Bitker to address the increasing demand for a linguistically and culturally diverse health system.

DHTI’s Healthcare Career Pathways Initiative (HCPI) focuses on assisting multicultural immigrant and refugee/asylee health professionals to enter/re-enter the U.S. health workforce while also supporting primary and behavioral health employers to diversify their workforces to be responsive to the needs of increasingly diverse populations in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties and California at large. HCPI’s programs provide individualized and group-based career coaching; trainings, internships, and fellowships about the health system, community and allied health work, and behavioral/mental health careers; professional skills workshops and health systems courses shaped by frameworks of cultural humility and intercultural intelligence; and linkages to work-based exposure and learning. Across all service provision and program delivery, DHTI takes a holistic view to wellness and supports a global community of learners with accessing needed resources to promote social and emotional wellbeing as they navigate the workplace and cultural expectations of the healthcare sector. Our service models honor our participants’ diverse starting points and meet them where they are with the aim to empower all participants to realize their full potential.

DHTI’s Community Wellness Initiative’s current programs include 1) Promoting advocacy in immigrant communities through civic participation such as the Census 2020, and 1) providing

Job Announcement:

behavioral/mental health services and wellness through Sidra Community Wellness, a program for the Middle Eastern and North African communities (MENA) in Alameda County. Sidra aims to build the capacity of therapy students, faculty and the community at large to promote healing, wellness and mental health among newcomer communities, with a special focus on MENA communities. Sidra addresses community mental health needs such as the impact of trauma, isolation, suicide risk and risks associated with the early onset of Serious Mental Illness. By fostering learning environments that facilitate personal reflection, skill building and multiple modes of engagement, Sidra aims to create safe spaces for people of all walks of life to interrogate internalized biases and stigma, all while building capacity to promote healing, wellness and mental health among MENA communities locally.

Position Summary:

Reporting to the DHTI Executive Director and working with a team of Program Managers, the Program Director will direct the planning, implementation, management, evaluation, and on-going development and continuous improvements of all DHTI’s program initiatives including provide leadership and support to Program Managers to successfully launch annual programs. The Program Director also plays a key role in assisting the Executive Director maintain a culture of on-going strategic planning and positioning, identify strategies and opportunities for DHTI’s long-term sustainability. This individual must be highly organized and possess strong administrative and communication skills, a strong track record of program management, and an ability to work flexibly and creatively. The Program Director will have a variety of duties, including: Strategic Planning, Development, and Continuous Quality Improvement; Design, Implementation, and Staff Oversight; and Administrative.

Responsibility Domains:

Primary responsibilities and duties will include but are not limited to:

Strategic Planning, Development, and Continuous Quality Improvement, of career pathways and community wellness services and programming

  • Ensure the alignment of programs with DHTI’s mission and strategic plan and pursue grant andcollaboration opportunities to fund existing and new programs
  • Lead and manage the on-going planning and development of programmatic offerings to bestsupport the health and wellness of immigrants and refugees
  • Develop advocacy campaigns to promote health equity issues and the visibility of DHTI’s servicesand programs
  • Develop evaluation measures and data collection tools using a Results Based AccountabilityframeworkDesign, Implementation, and Staff OversightProvide structure, leadership, support, supervision, training, and professional development for Program Managers and their teams to assure that they have the resources and skills to successfully achieve program and professional goalsHealthcare Career Pathways Initiative (HCPI)
  • Provide case training and consultation to support the health career coaches in providing socialsupport services to help participants address participation barriers, career planning and navigation coaching, connecting to certificate and licensure programs, job exposure/training opportunities, and job search and placement
  • Work with HCPI Program Managers, education, employer, and community-based partners to tailor training to meet industry needs
  • Operating from a learner-centered framework, create innovative pedagogy and practices that optimize participant learning, respecting diverse ways of knowing and learning
  • Evaluate and implement continuous improvement of the HCPI program/training design and DHTI Job Description – Program Director – Page

Community Wellness Initiative

  • Oversee the design, development, and provision of culturally sensitive prevention and earlyintervention mental health services and increase access to mental health treatment for MENAcommunities in Alameda County
  • Provide leadership to the Program Manager and the Sidra team of Clinical Specialist andCommunity Outreach Ambassadors to deliver Outreach/Engagement and Psycho-Educationactivities, Mental Health Consultation, Preventive Counseling, and Mental Health referrals
  • Provide weekly clinical case consultation for Sidra team and individual and group supervision fortherapists working toward licensure and students obtaining practicum hoursAdministrative
  • Work with Program Managers to develop and maintain program manuals containing annual work plan planning and implementation documents, workflows, policies and procedures, forms, outreach materials, etc.
  • Work with Program Managers to ensure high data quality in program databases, including running data quality reports and providing follow-up with program staff to improve data quality and address data quality issues.
  • Work with Program Managers to review/update GANTT charts using TeamGANTT and prepare monthly dashboards and quarterly narratives using data from Salesforce and other data collection tools
  • Lead weekly program manager’s meetings
  • Coordinate staff recruitment, hiring, on-boarding, and manage staff performance and personnelissues, conduct performance evaluations of program managers and oversee evaluations of staff
  • Maintain DHTI’s intranet using Microsoft Sharepoint and Google docs
  • Support grant administration, contract compliance, and reporting.
  • Track and manage program budgets.
  • Supports the planning and implementation of agency-wide programs, events, training, and PR
  • Participate in other relevant meetings with partnersOther responsibilities
  • Other duties as assigned
  • Work occasional nights and weekends as needed.QualificationsRequired:
  • MA/MS degree in social work, public health, public administration, psychology, or other relatedfield,
  • Minimum of 3-5 years of management experience in program and curriculum design,implementation, training, and evaluation,
  • Knowledge of community public health, mental health, and/or workforce development
  • Cultural competence working in diverse immigrant and refugee communities
  • Excellent organization skills, detailed-oriented, and ability to multitask and juggle multiplepriorities and projects and meet established deadlines
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills including presentation and group facilitation

Responsible for all aspects of program administration including contracts and budgets, compliance

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with HIPAA and other standards, policies and procedures, workforce and clinical and service delivery.

DHTI Job Description – Program Director – Page 3 – skills

  • Supervision skills
  • Strong problem-solving skills
  • Must be willing to drive own car to commute to various locations other than the assignedlocation (we offer mileage reimbursement) and carry auto insurance
  • Must pass a background checkAdditional background helpful:
  • Experience and familiarity with healthcare career pathway models and East Bay communityresources and training programs
  • Understand current needs and recruiting trends in healthcare
  • Knowledge and experience operating from a learner-centered framework, create innovativepedagogy and practices that optimize participant learning, respecting diverse ways of knowingand learning
  • Knowledge of principles of client-centered care, counseling, case management, health education
  • Current California licensure/registration as clinical psychologist, LCSW, LMFT, or LPCC.
  • Two years of experience providing clinical supervision for therapists working toward licensureand students obtaining practicum hours in a community-based setting
  • Experience in program development and management: Theory of Change framework, logicmodel, developing timelines/work plans, managing budgets, reporting outcomes to funders,ensuring clear communication
  • Demonstrated experience with building, leading, and managing successful project teams
  • Experience in grant writing, budget preparation and management, data management, HIPAA
  • Experience with presentation, data storage, planning, and project management tools such asMicrosoft 365 PowerPoint, Sharepoint, TeamGANTT, TrelloDesired Attributes:
  • Ability to work cooperatively and effectively as part of an interdisciplinary team andindependently assume responsibility
  • Ability to form and manage multiple types of relationships and to deal objectively with a widevariety of people and situations;
  • Able to communicate well at all levels of the organization including working with organizationleadership and high-level representatives of partner organizations
  • Able to work within a frequently changing project scope while maintaining overall direction andstructured priorities
  • Adaptability and ability to work in dynamic, fast-paced, operationally lean and unstructuredenvironments.
  • Action oriented
  • Strong initiative and enthusiasm and willingness to pitch in whenever neededWork EnvironmentThe predominant work environments for this position include fieldwork, outreach in multiple settings as needed, and in DHTI’s Oakland office. Ability to work evenings and weekends as needed.Physical EnvironmentIn the course of performing this job, the employee typically spends time sitting, standing, walking, typing, filing, listening and speaking.Mental Requirement

DHTI Job Description – Program Director – Page 4

The incumbent in this position must be able to accommodate to any/all of the following: tolerance for distractions and interruptions

Hours: 40 hours a week Compensation: DOE

Benefits: 2-weeks vacation and sick leave and medical and dental benefits
DHTI is committed to providing equal opportunity to all qualified persons regardless of race, color, citizenship status, national origin, ancestry, gender, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, age, religion, creed, physical or mental disability, marital status, veteran status, political or religious affiliations, or any other characteristic protected by law (“Protected Status”).

To apply: Please send resume and cover letter to info@dhti.org. Thank you for your interest.


Surveillance Unit

Research Data Analyst I (Research Support Analyst) – Final Filling Date: 6/23/2020

See this link to Job Control 205043 on CalHR Website for information on how to apply for this position.

·         Provides general research support for evaluation and surveillance including basic analysis and synthesis of information and data related to tobacco and posting or updating web pages.

·         Assists research scientists in document/report/table/map preparation, review, editing, and formatting to ensure clarity from the target audience’s perspective, consistency with Departmental, Branch, and other professional standards.

·         Provides research and project management support to research scientists. Collaborates with research scientists and procurement managers on the scopes of work for evaluation and surveillance projects, releasing requests for proposal, and tracking the progress of projects and deliverables.

·         Works on the logistics of the Evaluation Task Force (ETF) annual meeting, including scheduling meetings, using software such as Outlook and Doodle Poll, and works with an external contractor to search for hotel facilities.

·         Participates in Branch workgroups including the Online Tobacco Information System workgroup and Community and Statewide Intervention subject matter workgroups such as the Menthol Cigarettes and Flavored Tobacco Products Workgroup, Smoke-free Multi-unit Housing Workgroup, and Tobacco Litter Workgroup.


Media and Communications Unit

Marketing Specialist, California State Lottery (Advertising Specialist) – Final Filling Date: 6/23/2020

See this link to Job Control 205061 on CalHR Website for information on how to apply for these two positions.

·         Collaborates with and provides lead support regarding advice and direction to advertising contractors in the development of strategy and creative concepts (e.g., storyboards, scripts, assignment briefs, integrations, work plans) for total market and ethnic campaigns. Is responsible for one or more diverse population segment advertising campaigns. Regularly meets with the advertising agency’s team to evaluate, track, analyze and adjust media placement, creative development, and overall campaign strategy.

·         Researches, writes, edits, prepares and/or coordinates digital content for TCB’s consumer websites and landing pages and social media to ensure relevancy and accuracy.

·         Collaborates with and provides lead support to the Media and Communications Unit’s Media Marketing Strategist (MSM) regarding advice and direction to advertising contractors in the development of strategy and creative health communications concepts (e.g., storyboards, scripts, print layout, communication work plans) for both total market and ethnic campaigns.

·         Acts as CTCP Media Unit liaison and expert on key advertising issues, activities and projects providing technical assistance both internally and externally.

·         Researches, plans, prepares and facilitates the media campaign competitive procurement processes.


Community Engagement and Local Programs Unit

Health Program Specialist I (Program Consultant) – Final Filling Date: 06/24/2020 – NEW

See this link to Job Control 205248 on CalHR Website for information on how to apply for this position.

·         Provides consultation and coordination to various health programs serving priority populations that have high tobacco use.

·         Assists in the development and coordination of efforts aimed at reducing tobacco-related disparities through the implementation of population-based public health intervention strategies.

·         Plans, prepares, coordinates, and participates in procurement processes including requests for proposals and applications to procure services and fund projects, and local health department guidelines.

·         Coordinates TCB health equity efforts with local, state, and federal constituency groups, agencies, organizations, programs, and campaigns.

·         Prepares legislative proposals, bill analyses, issue memos, correspondence, federal grant applications, reports, and scientific abstracts related to reducing tobacco-related disparities and intervention efforts


Health Education Council
Program Administrator – Full Time Peers Helping Peers CALMSHA

The mission of the Health Education Council (HEC) is dedicated to cultivate health and well-being in under-served communities by leveraging the power of collaboration. The Health Education Council is a non-profit agency focused primarily on reducing health disparities and chronic disease in the Northern California’s low-income communities. HEC works proactively and collaboratively to ensure individuals are empowered to live a healthy life. We build cross-sector partnerships built on trust and respect to transform neighborhoods into places that nurture health and holistic wellness for all residents (www.healthedcouncil.org).

Responsibilities:

The Program Administrator will:

  • Assist in the development and launch of Peers Helping Peers.
  • Oversee the development, coordination of engagement and outreach activities to recruitparticipants and partner organizations.
  • Provide ongoing technical assistance to sub-contractors and partners to support programoutcomes and contract agreements.
  • Work with Sacramento Employment and Training Agency (SETA) and other key partners toimplement work plan activities.
  • Initiate and maintain ongoing working partnerships with organizations and partners includingcommunity, civic, service organizations and businesses.
  • Coordinate regular training workshops for Mental Health Navigators in the areas of mentalhealth; ACES; conflict mediation; peer helping skills.
  • Coordinate and staff program specific events and activities.
  • Stay abreast of emerging trends, research and best practices in mental health and resilience aswell as other relevant issues pertaining to the target population.
  • Work with all HEC programs to link and integrate programmatic activities, where appropriate.
  • Collect appropriate data, maintain a database of program activities, and prepare detailedreports on program activities and outcomes.
  • Complete other duties as assigned by supervisor.Minimum Qualifications:
    • Bachelors Degree required. Masters in Public Health, Sociology, Health Science or related field preferred but not required.
    • Possess a combination of experiences in program development, coordination, community mobilization, etc.
    • Demonstrated knowledge and experience working to address mental health; well-being;

The Mental Health Workforce Development project, Peers Helping Peers, is designed and implemented

through a collaboration between Health Education Council (HEC), citiesRise (CR) and Sacramento

Employment and Training Agency (SETA). Peers Helping Peers will support low-income youth and

families that traditionally face barriers accessing mental health support and prevention services. The

project train two cohorts – Spanish speaking parents and system-involved youth ages 18-24 – to be

Community Mental Health Navigators; after completion of the program, Navigators will complete a 40-

hour paid internship in the community.

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peer helping.

  • Demonstrated experience working with Sacramento’s communities of color, especiallywith boys/men of color.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks and projects.
  • Demonstrated skill in oral and written communications.
  • Demonstrated skill in developing and maintaining interpersonal relationships, andworking with staff, volunteers, and the public.
  • Proficient in MS Office Suite (Outlook, Access, Publisher, Power Point, Word, Excel).
  • Ability and willingness to travel and attend evening/weekend events.
  • Comfortable working with diverse audiences.CompensationThis is a full time, exempt position. Salary will be determined commensurate with experience and education. After three (3) months of continuous full time employment, benefits including medical, dental, insurance, vacation, sick leave, major holidays and retirement plan are available. The Health Education Council is an equal opportunity employer.Deadline for Receipt of Applications: June 15,2020
    To apply, e-mail, your resume and cover letter (please write “RE: PHP Administrator” on cover letter): Health Education Council
    ATTN: Philip Bensing
    E-mail: apply@healthedcouncil.org

Health Education Council
Sacramento County Department of Health & Human Services NEOP Grant Healthy Schools Program Administrator- Full Time

The mission of the Health Education Council is to cultivate health and well-being in under-served communities by leveraging the power of collaboration. The Health Education Council is a non-profit agency focused primarily on eliminating preventable causes of death resulting from the use of tobacco, poor nutrition, and lack of physical activity and operates dozens of public health programs to meet the needs of diverse communities by increasing access to health-related knowledge and information (www.healthedcouncil.org). HEC works proactively and collaboratively to ensure individuals are empowered to live a healthy life. We represent diverse staff, community partners and funders to better serve communities that otherwise do not have a voice for care, or access to healthy environments.

The Nutrition Education Obesity Prevention Program (NEOP) is a statewide movement of local, state and national partners funded by CalFresh Healthy Living collectively working toward improving the health status of low-income Californians through increased fruit and vegetable consumption and daily physical activity. Multiple venues are used to facilitate behavior change in the homes, schools, worksites, and communities of low-income Californians to create environments that support fruit and vegetable consumption and physical activity.

Responsibilities:

The Program Administrator will work closely with the Program Director, HEC Healthy Schools team, school and district staff, subcontractors, and community partners throughout Sacramento County School Districts, including, Twin Rivers Unified School District, Sacramento City Unified School District, Robla School District, San Juan Unified, and others. The Program Administrator will be responsible for identification and implementation of school-based activities under the Sacramento County CalFresh Healthy Living grant with a strong emphasis around school-based Policy, Systems and Environmental change strategies that promote nutrition education, physical activity and obesity prevention interventions. Program Administrator will supervise and evaluate school and program support staff. Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Recruit school sites throughout Sacramento County and establish partnerships with site staff, including school administrators, food service staff, school wellness policy committee members, and school support staff, while also strengthening existing relationships and partnerships.
  • Collaborate and coordinate with school-based leadership and community partners to implement Policy, Systems, and Environmental change strategies that advance student and family health and well-being.
  • Collaborate with local school districts to implement, evaluate, and continually strengthen school wellness policies.
  • Provide training for teachers and other personnel conducting CalFresh Healthy Living interventions.
  • Coordinate, develop, promote, and help facilitate school events, including but not limited to school-site specific events as wellas HEC’s Sacramento School Wellness Summit.
  • Provide nutrition education promoting health and well-being to SNAP-Ed-eligible adults and students.
  • Oversee district-wide student nutrition education efforts.
  • Support the development of the direction, agenda, and facilitation of Schools Partners meetings & HEC Schools Team meetings.
  • Prepare progress reports and final reports on program activities and outcomes.
  • Maintain and review online reporting database (PEARS) of school activities and other required tracking documents.
  • Oversee administration, data entry, development, analysis and reporting of evaluation activities.
  • Work with Program Director to monitor budget.
  • Along with the Program Director, serve as a liaison between Sacramento County and HEC.
  • Supervise staff, volunteers, interns, and/or Community Health Leaders to achieve program deliverables.
  • Assist with identifying funding opportunities and developing and writing grant proposals.
  • Provide technical assistance and support to HEC sub-contractor(s), if any, and to partners.
  • Attend required meetings and trainings to support program deliverables.
  • Collaborate with and support other HEC programs and initiatives.
  • Maintain up-to date knowledge and an understanding of current public health practices and interventions and providerecommendations to enhance programs.
  • Report community needs as they relate to the development of the strategic direction and funding opportunities of HEC.
  • Attend conferences, meetings, and special events for professional development, networking and learning.
  • Complete other duties as assigned by supervisor.Requirements:

• Bachelor’s Degree in health education, education, community nutrition or other relevant field of study or 3-5 years experience in health promotion or related educational programs in school, work, health, or community sites preferred.

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  • Previous experience working with diverse communities and schools and a combination of experience in program development and implementation; community mobilization; Policy, Systems, and Environmental change.
  • Possess a combination of experiences in program development and coordination; community mobilization; Policy, Systems and Environmental change.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks and projects.
  • Excellent writing, organizing, communication and inter-personal skills.
  • Embody a culturally responsive approach and attitude.
  • Self-motivated, hardworking, and dependable.
  • Comfortable working with diverse audiences.
  • Able to work weekends and evenings as needed.
  • Proficient in MS Office Suite (Outlook, Access, Publisher, Power Point, Word, Excel).
  • Bilingual in Spanish or other languages (Farsi/Dari, Pashto, Hmong, or others) preferred.Compensation:This is a full time, exempt position. Salary will be determined commensurate with experience and education. After 90 days of continuous full time employment, benefits including medical, dental, insurance, vacation, sick leave, major holidays and retirement plan are available. The Health Education Council is an equal opportunity employer.Receipt of Cover Letter and Resume:
    E-mail resume, cover letter (please write “RE:” Healthy Schools Program Administrator on cover letter) and one original writing sample to: Health Education Council, ATTN: Philip Bensing
    E-mail: apply@healthedcouncil.orgHealth Education Council 3950 Industrial Blvd. Suite 600 West Sacramento, CA 95691 Fax: 916-446-0427

Health Education Council
Program Coordinator – Full Time

LUCHA Tabaco! Latinos Unidos Contra el Habito y Adicción al Tabaco

The mission of the Health Education Council is to cultivate health and well-being in under-served communities by leveraging the power of collaboration. The Health Education Council is a non-profit agency focused primarily on eliminating preventable causes of death resulting from the use of tobacco, poor nutrition, and lack of physical activity and operates dozens of public health programs to meet the needs of diverse communities by increasing access to health-related knowledge and information (www.healthedcouncil.org).

LUCHA Tabaco! Latinos Unidos Contra el Habito y Adicción al Tabaco, will serve the fourteen counties that comprise the California Tobacco Control Program’s (CTCP) Gold Country Region and will be operated by the Health Education Council. The purpose of the network is to actively bring the ‘Latino Voice’ into the development and implementation of tobacco prevention work in the region, assuring that programs and strategies meet the cultural and linguistic needs of the Hispanic/Latino community and are on target to eliminate Latino tobacco use by 2035. The network will leverage collaborative efforts of Latino residents and community leaders, CTCP local lead agencies, clinics, behavioral health providers, social service and advocacy agencies. Primary emphasis will be placed on: (1) working with clinics and behavioral health providers to increase the systemic referral of Latino smokers to cessation resources like the California Smokers’ Helpline, (2) using education and media strategies to reinforce commitment in the Latino community for smoke-free multi-unit housing and (3) eliminating the sale of menthol and flavored tobacco products.

Responsibilities:
Under the supervision of the Program Administrator, the Program Coordinator coordinates the Latino community engagement activities within the Scope of Work, oversees the regional planning, training, development, and implementation of community activities; coordinates Latino community engagement activities; coordinates teleconferences; develops fact/tip sheets and education materials on tobacco use prevention that is culturally appropriate for the Latino community; provides technical assistance and support services to the regional coalition and/or Latino community members; and collaborates with other community based organizations.

Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Provide oversight to the development, coordination, and implementation of engagement and outreach activities.
  • Organize and participate in regional community events including monthly health fairs, Women’s Leadership Conference activities, Bi-National Health Week and other related events.
  • Coordinate and assist in leading the regional LUCHA network of community service providers and Local Lead Agencies working inpublic health and tobacco prevention.
  • Timely and accurate data collection, entry, and database management.
  • Coordinate schedules for program partners.
  • Prepares reports on program activities and outcomes.
  • Participate as assigned in conferences, meetings, including regional Local Lead Agency (LLA) Tobacco Coalition Meetings
  • Supports HEC’s overall Latino outreach and education.
  • Complete other duties as assigned by supervisor.Minimum Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s Degree in health education, education, health administration or relevant field of study or 2-3 years of experience in tobacco prevention and/or health promotion.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of Latino community, community health program principles, practices, and techniques.
    • Possess a combination of experiences in program development and coordination, community outreach and engagement.
    • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks and projects.
    • Demonstrated skill in developing and maintaining interpersonal relationships with all levels of staff, volunteers and the community.
    • Demonstrated skill in oral and written communications.
    • Self-motivated, hard-working, dependable, and flexible.
    • Comfortable working with diverse audiences.
    • Proficient in MS Office Suite (Outlook, Access, Publisher, Power Point, Word, Excel)
    • Ability and willingness to travel and work occasionally in the evenings and on weekends.
    • Fluent in English/Spanish (able to read, write, and speak) and familiar with regional Latino culture.To apply, e-mail your resume, cover letter (please write “RE: LUCHA Program Coordinator” on cover letter): Health Education Council
      ATTN: Philip Bensing
      E-mail: apply@healthedcouncil.orgCompensationThis is a full-time, exempt position. Salary will be commensurate with experience and education. HEC provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.
      Deadline for Receipt of Applications: Until filled

Open Position at ETR:

Posted: 6/12/20

Marketing Coordinator

HOW YOU CAN CONTRIBUTE

Reporting to the Director of Marketing and Communications, the Marketing Coordinator will contribute to the development, execution, and regular evaluation of ETR’s marketing strategy. This position will identify strategic opportunities to promote ETR’s agency priorities, products, and services in content areas including alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs (ATOD), sexual and reproductive health, school health and wellness, equity and inclusion in STEM, rural health, and trauma-informed practices. The Marketing Coordinator will create science-based, forward-thinking, inclusive marketing content for internal and external newsletters, blogs, and other platforms. We are looking for a candidate who enthusiastically embraces ETR’s mission, vision, and values to address and promote health equity. This is a remote position and can work from anywhere in the United States.

CULTURAL ATTRIBUTES

  • 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 with marketing and communications in a professional setting.
  • 1 to 3 years of experience with email marketing and agency newsletter development and execution.
  • Ability to utilize digital marketing platforms such as Hubspot, Mailchimp, or Constant Contact.
  • Ability to utilize design platforms such as Canva, Spark, or Figma.
  • Ability to work with diverse groups of people in a collaborative setting.
  • Excellent organizational and interpersonal 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.
  • Ability to effectively work in a remote setting.

Location: Remote employment. Or can be based out of Oakland, Sacramento or Scotts Valley, CA workspace.

Starting Pay Range: $66,900 – $74,300 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!

Social Media Coordinator

HOW YOU CAN CONTRIBUTE

Reporting to the Director of Marketing and Communications, the Social Media Coordinator will contribute to the development, execution, and regular evaluation of ETR’s social media strategy. This position will create science-based, forward-thinking, inclusive content to promote ETR’s agency priorities, products, and services in content areas including alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs (ATOD), sexual and reproductive health, school health and wellness, equity and inclusion in STEM, rural health, and trauma-informed practices. The Social Media Coordinator will work to expand ETR’s social media presence, engagement, and impact with select communities. We are looking for a candidate who enthusiastically embraces ETR’s mission, vision, and values around addressing and promoting health equity. This is a remote position and can work from anywhere in the United States.

CULTURAL ATTRIBUTES

  • 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 with social media management in a professional setting.
  • 1 to 3 years of experience with youth-centered or public health social media.
  • Ability to utilize social media design platforms such as Canva, Spark, or Figma.
  • Ability to work with diverse groups of people in a collaborative setting.
  • Excellent organizational and interpersonal 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.
  • Ability to effectively work in a remote setting.

Location: Remote employment. Or can be based out of Oakland, Sacramento or Scotts Valley, CA workspace.

Starting Pay Range: $66,900 – $74,300 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!

Project Coordinator

Posted: 5/22/20

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.

CULTURAL ATTRIBUTES
  • 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!

APPLY FOR THIS POSITION


PETS Project Coordinator

Posted: 5/22/20
Agency: Americans for Nonsmokers’ Rights
Location: Berkeley, Alameda County, CA
Hours per Week: 40
Time Type: Full
Exempt: No
Description:

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: jobs@no-smoke.org, with subject headline: PETS Project Coordinator.


2 New Positions are open at APPEAL!

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:

  1. Assist in preparing and submitting all program related reports.
  2. Develop and implement action plans to engage Rural Regional Projects in the Central Valley.
  3. Identify and link the Central Valley Regional Projects to tobacco control resources and services.
  4. Assist with coordinating a statewide rural tobacco control Advisory Committee.
  5. Coordinate with other statewide, regional, and county-specific programs and activities related to the funded program to maximize effectiveness and minimize duplication of services.
  6. 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 sbrantley@healthcollaborative.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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