California Center For Well- Being
TO APPLY: Please send your resume and cover letter to email@example.com by May 15, 2019.
Join a team that makes a daily positive impact! The Northern California Center for Well-Being is
a local non-profit committed to empowering health and wellbeing for all. For over two decades
we have radically improved quality of life through our evidence-based programs and services,
and each year we serve 25,000 Sonoma County residents. We achieve positive change in the
overall health and wellness of our community through education, support, and advocacy, and
we lead with an empowerment model that inspires the ability of each individual to possess the
knowledge, tools, and spirit to take ownership of their health and wellness. The Center provides
an innovative, collaborative, and positive work culture where every employee is valued as an
integral part of our collective impact. Come join our inspired team of change-makers!
Reports to: Executive Director Status: Full time, Benefited, Exempt status Salary Range: $55K – $66K annual
DESCRIPTION: The Community Engagement Manager (CEM) is the link between the community and the Center for Well-Being’s mission and vision to transform community health. The CEM is responsible for the development and growth of the “Community Health Worker Center of Excellence,” and will organize and develop Community Health Worker (CHW) trainings, outreach events, and workforce opportunities. The CEM holds a key leadership role within the organization, and is responsible for all grant oversite and successful attainment of grant deliverables. The position will coordinate and supervise the work of grant staff, as well as manage project budgets and work plans. This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic and charismatic multitasker who is passionate about empowering voice in underserved communities and working to eliminate social, economic, and health disparities in Sonoma County.
Community Engagement: Lead the growth of the “Community Health Worker Center of Excellence,” by elevating the Center as the leader of all CHW related trainings, activities, and community partner; Convene regular CHW network meetings, trainings, and networking opportunities to build a cohesive coalition of CHWs in Sonoma County and bring the cultural community together; 2 Provide a vision for empowering community health that addresses the social determinants of health, the systemic effect of poverty, and the gross disparities that exist in our community today; Identify and broadly communicate employment and volunteer opportunities for CHWs; Demonstrate compassion and empathy for the community served.
Training/ Curricula Development: Using best practices from contemporary pedagogy and adult learning, develop bilingual curricula and training materials for CHW development and specific grant-related educational focus; Create engaging and dynamic trainings that include small group activities, hand-on learning, didactics, opportunities for role play, and evaluation of skills learned; Facilitate and implement trainings for CHWs as part of the CHW core competencies as well as continued personal and professional development; Develop evaluation tools to test the efficacy of trainings.
Community Partner Liaison: Serve as the key contact for community partners in regard to funding opportunities or community based collaborations; Attend strategic community meetings to promote the work of the Center and to identify opportunities for collaborations; Acts as a resource to support community health education efforts; Grow visibility of the Center through broad communication of Center activities, including public service announcements, press releases, and active posting and management of social media.
Grant Management: Manage all grant programs, including monitoring and evaluation of program efficacy, compliance with grant reporting regulations, and coordination with other agencies and partners; Create and maintain a grant tracking and compliance system; Provide fiscal oversite of all grant activities, including invoicing, staff allocations, budget spend-down, budget revisions, and overall fiscal compliance; Ensure the successful attainment of all grant related activities, including deliverables and program benchmarks, complete timely grant reports, and serve as main point of contact for all grantors; Supervise Community Engagement Department grant coordinators, supporting them to ensure the successful implementation of all program requirements, as well as contributing to their continued growth and professional development as valued members of the Center team; Source continued opportunities for program funding, including researching RFPs, submitting LOIs, and developing grant narratives, work plans, and budgets in collaboration with the grant team and Executive Director; Contribute to the fiscal viability of the organization by supporting tasks associated with the Center’s annual fundraiser, including identifying potential event sponsors and donors.
1. Excellent written and verbal communication skills in both English and Spanish, including computer literacy skills including Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). 2. Demonstrated experience with community organizing/engagement, underserved and vulnerable populations, and grants and/or program budget management. 3. Ability to develop and facilitate group trainings, health education presentations, and targeted community outreach through a culturally humble lens. 4. Ability to develop and execute collaborative arrangements between programs and organizations, including the management of resources and staff. 5. Resourcefulness, thoroughness, and the ability to deliver under pressure with varying degrees of oversight, 6. Ability to relate to very diverse actors in a supportive manner and to be effective in a variety of settings, including the ability to carry messages across different audiences. 7. Bachelor’s degree in social work, community organizing, sociology, public health, or related field preferred; 2-year degree required.
1. Possession of a C.A. Driver’s License, proof of insurance, and the ability to drive throughout the County for presentations.
TO APPLY: Please send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 15, 2019.
Califonia Pan Ethnic Health Network: Community Outreach Manager
Sinai Urban Health Institute Job Opening
The Sinai Urban Health Institute is hiring a bilingual (English/Spanish) Asthma Program Community Health Worker (CHW) Supervisor for the Coordinated Healthcare Interventions for Childhood Asthma Gaps in Outcomes (CHICAGO) trial, an asthma intervention that primarily serves Chicago’s Westside and Southside communities. Under the direction and guidance of the Project Director, the CHW Supervisor will be responsible for assisting in training and supervising CHWs on the project, and overseeing the delivery of health education and case management services to children with asthma and their families living in these communities. The CHICAGO Trial is a multi-site study.
The overall goal of the CHICAGO Trial is to test the asthma intervention’s ability to improve asthma control among minority children seeking care in six Chicago Emergency Departments, via education, patient advocacy and linkage to medical services. The CHW Supervisor will serve as a mentor to the CHWs on the project, assisting them in bridging the gap between the study participants and the medical system, educating participants on optimal asthma management, and building trusting relationships with participants and their families. The CHW Supervisor will also conduct educational home visits as needed.
The CHW Supervisor will work closely with the project’s CHWs in order to ensure the quality and effectiveness of the intervention. He/she will be actively involved in helping CHWs to navigate case management issues as well as addressing complex home environmental issues. Additionally, the C HW Supervisor will promote the project in both the hospital and community settings, and will work closely with staff at all project sites on all project activities. He/she will be involved in the coordination of community/group education events. The Sinai Urban Health Institute is seeking an enthusiastic, experienced, passionate Asthma Program CHW Supervisor candidate that meets the job requirements outlined below.
- 1 year of professional experience in the healthcare setting complemented with a Bachelor’s degree
- 5 years professional experience in the healthcare setting complemented with a high school diploma
- Extensive knowledge of asthma and experience providing asthma education strongly preferred
- Bilingual – English/Spanish
- Excellent interpersonal skills including the ability to resolve conflict and provide clear direction
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Experience providing asthma education and/or other health education, as well as case management services strongly preferred
- Intimate knowledge of Community Health Worker model. Previous experience as a CHW, and/or working with CHWs strongly preferred
- Driver’s License and car strongly preferred
- College degree preferred
- Familiarity with and experience working in Chicago’s West and/or Southside communities (resident of Westside or Southside communities preferred)
- Passion for and dedication to working with community members
- Experience working with people from a variety of cultural backgrounds
- Proficiency in MS Word/Excel software, some knowledge of medical terminology
If interested, please email your resume and cover letter to Jessica Ramsay, email@example.com. The Sinai Urban Health Institute is an equal opportunity employer.
The Sinai Urban Health Institute (SUHI) was founded in March 2000 to generate creative approaches to improve the health of Chicago’s urban communities. Led by a team of dedicated and energetic social epidemiologists, the Institute provides evidence-based examination of community health status, the effectiveness of interventions and clinical care, and health-care delivery methodologies. A major component of the Institute’s work involves social issues, such as racism and poverty, and their impact on health. For more information about the Sinai Urban Health Institute and this project visit: www.suhichicago.org.
Melissa Gutierrez Kapheim, MS
Epidemiologist II Sinai Urban Health Institute
Sinai Health System 1500 S. California Ave, K448 Chicago, IL 60608
Posted 4.1.2014 Corinne Camp Action Network Sonoma County -California
Speakers Bureau Coordinator Job Description
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The CCAN Speakers Bureau sponsors workshops and presentations that convey stories of hope and transformation for people living with mental health challenges and their allies in the greater community. We are currently seeking an individual with lived mental health experience to serve as Coordinator of this project during the next grant-funded quarter, with the possibility of continuing should additional funding become available.
Booking Presentations and Workshops
- Outreach, scheduling and confirmation with existing and new venues
- Arranging for sufficient speakers for each scheduled engagement
- Preparing, distributing and collecting informational handouts, surveys and demographic questionnaires for each engagement
- Attending all scheduled engagements
- Preparing quarterly reports which include a spreadsheet with demographics and statistics, as well as a narrative summary
- Fiscal management, which includes submitting to fiscal agent and maintaining a record of speakers’ agreements for stipends and receipts for all outlays
- Communicating on a regular basis with funder and fiscal agent
- Maintaining office supplies and equipment, files and materials
- Recruiting new speakers, completing application process for each individual
- Conducting initial and on-going training and meetings with established speakers
- Contributing to sustainability of project by researching funding prospects and participating in writing funding proposals
- Attending bi-monthly meetings of CCAN to represent and report on project
It is anticipated that these activities will take approximately 70 hours per month. The salary is a monthly rate of $840 – $980, depending on qualifications. A computer and printer are provided, however regular internet and phone access is required.
To Apply: send resume and cover letter explaining why you believe you are the best candidate for this position to Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (707) 324 – 3498, ext 1301
CLOSING DATE/TIME: Thu. 02/27/14 11:59 PM Pacific Time
SALARY: $30.59 – $37.19 Hourly
$2,455.58 – $2,985.38 Biweekly
$5,320.42 – $6,468.33 Monthly
$63,845.00 – $77,619.99 Annually
JOB TYPE: Full-Time
LOCATION: Santa Rosa, California