The National Center for Farmworker Health has the following professional position available immediately. Please send resume and cover letter stating qualifications to fax: 512-312-2600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org . NCFH is an EEOE.
Diabetes Prevention and Control Project Manager This position is responsible for managing Diabetes Prevention and Control related activities to include: Learning Collaborative activities, contract management, training, and professional/technical support for diabetes prevention and control-related services. Candidate must have a Master’s degree in health education, social work, psychology, or related fields. Practical work experience, preferably in a migrant health/farmworker environment, in the application of education/knowledge (typically a minimum of two years) required, including at least three years of management or supervisory experience. Additional requirements include certification as a Certified Diabetes Educator. High level of written and verbal communication skills, including presentation and public speaking, is required. Bilingual in English and Spanish is preferred but not required. Salary range for this position is $60-65K.
Diabetes Prevention and Control Project Coordinator This position will be responsible for the coordination of diabetes prevention programs, development/adaptation of diabetes tools and resources, and coordination of training with partnering organizations. This position will also support training and professional and technical support for diabetes control-related services. 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, in the application of education/knowledge (typically a minimum of two years) required. Additional requirements include experience in program coordination, development of patient education tools and resources, high level of written and verbal communication skills. Bilingual in English and Spanish is preferred but not required. Salary range for this position is $50-$53K.
Administrative Program Support Specialist We are seeking an experienced Administrative Program Support Specialist to provide administrative support for the COO and various departments of NCFH. This support includes document creation and formatting, logistical support for conference planning, data entry, etc. Candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree in business or a related field with at least two years of experience in administrative duties. Strong organizational and technical skills required, as well as strong verbal and written skills. Candidate must be proficient with Microsoft Office products such as Outlook, Word, Excel, and Power Point. Experience with tools such as Survey Monkey, Salesforce & Adobe is a plus. Salary range for this position is $38,000-$40,000 annually.
Manager of Communications and Product Development This position is responsible for NCFH corporate communications to promote NCFH mission, products and services, highlight partnerships, and enhance corporate public image through NCFH communication channels to include website, E-digest, constant contact, e-groups, social media channels, etc. Also responsible for providing professional and technical support for education, training and product development related services to include graphic design and layout; marketing and branding of services; and implementation of dissemination strategies. Candidate must have a Master's degree in communications, journalism, graphic/digital design, public health, or a related field. Practical work experience working with culturally diverse audience and clients, preferably in developing communications for low-literacy and culturally diverse populations, including 3-4 years of management or supervisory experience. High level of written and oral communication and interpersonal skills; and strong computer and online literacy skills are required. Bilingual in English and Spanish Required Salary range for this position is $65-$70K
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