The National Center for Farmworker Health has the following professional positions available immediately. Please send resume and cover letter stating qualifications to fax: 512-312-2600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate the position you are applying for in the subject line of the fax or e-mail so it can be directed to the appropriate department within NCFH. NCFH is an EEOE.
Project Coordinator This position is responsible for the coordination of projects associated with ensuring Migratory and Seasonal Agricultural Workers have access to quality health care, including the Ag Worker Access Campaign initiative, Increase Access to Care (IAC) for Ag Workers Training Program, and associated Health Center Learning Collaboratives. Specific duties include: coordination of Ag Worker Access Campaign and Task Force activities, coordination of learning collaboratives with health centers, goal setting and action planning; provision of training and technical assistance to constituents, and development, promotion and dissemination of information, products, and resources. Professional level of knowledge at the educational/experiential equivalent of a Bachelor's degree program in social work, public health, communications, or related field; practical work experience, preferably in a migrant health/farmworker environment, in program coordination and training required. High level of written and verbal communication, project coordination, and organizational skills, and ability to work on multiple tasks are required. Awareness campaign marketing/promotion experience a plus. High level of competency in MS Office software products required. Bilingual skills (written and oral) preferred. Salary range for this position is mid $50k.
Training Coordinator This position is responsible for the development, pilot testing, and provision of training programs to include on-site training, regional training, webinars, & conferences for a multi-disciplinary team. Specific training activities include the following areas: workforce development, governance, and Ag worker specific training, etc. Candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree in health education, social work, psychology, or related fields. Practical work experience, preferably in a migrant health/farmworker environment, including at least a minimum of two years of direct training experience is required. High level of written & verbal communication, including public speaking and presentation skills is required. Bilingual applicants (English/Spanish) is preferred. Salary range for this position is in the mid $50k range.
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