Employer: Reno County
Division: County Health Department
Job Title: Health Educator - Worksite Wellness Coordinator
Employer: Reno County
Department: Health Department
Job Title: Health Educator-Worksite Wellness Coordinator
Job Number: 1223RN – Position Open Until Filled
Position Opened: 12/05/2018
Provide public health education and support policy, environment and systems change which positively impact the health of Reno County residents. Serve as a public health resource person for the Reno County Health Department, and the Reno County community for programs as assigned. Provide worksite wellness coordination and activities for all Reno County employees. Develop worksite wellness policies and practices for internal and external implementation. Communicate with vendors to provide worksite wellness activities and maintain the employee wellness portal. Allocation of work hours is divided between health education and worksite wellness as follows: 25 hours per week in health education and 15 hours per week in worksite wellness.
Essential Job Functions:
PLEASE CONTACT RENO COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES FOR A COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION. Provide public relations/communications with other agencies, community partners, and media regarding health promotion information and activities. Perform specific outreach activities and presentations related to public health concerns and health issues of the population served by the Health Department and within the public health workforce at the county and state level. Implement quality improvement processes as needed to identify needs within the structure of the Health Promotion Department and programs developed for the community. Hold various memberships related to public health and health promotion (i.e. KPHA, NCHEC, local health coalitions, etc.). Provide/communicate informed and supported health related information to the public. Implement evidence/research-informed engagement strategies to increase awareness of and support for policies and practices that promote systems, policies and environments changes that enhance health. Assist with grant applications and the development of grant reports to meet funding requirements of designated grants. Attend grant program quarterly meetings as required. Prepare online grant reports as requested by grantor. Oversee the County Work Well Program which includes: Development of annual goals and objectives; Maintain regular contact with the wellness committee to implement programs, incentives for the Work Well Program and Maintain records/metrics regarding the Work Well Program and aggregate wellness of the employees.
Bachelor’s degree in health-related field including Health Education and Promotion, Health Administration, Health Sciences or Public Health required. Master’s degree in Public Health, Health Care Administration or related field is preferred. 1 – 3 years of experience in public health preferred. Education may be substituted for experience. Bilingual skills helpful, especially Spanish. Must possess a valid Kansas driver’s license. Incumbent may be required to travel.
Must pass a pre-employment Physical Capacity Profile and Drug Screen. Must be willing to receive vaccinations for communicable disease, as necessary and appropriate.
Operate all job-related machinery, equipment, tools and other aids as required, necessary, or needed in the performance of these job functions.
90% indoor and 10% outdoor. Work area may be exposed to noises from crying children. May be required to work in crowded spaces at times. Shortage of computers may require altering schedule. Occasional travel during inclement weather for programs and training. May be exposed to persons with AIDS and other communicable diseases. On occasion may be exposed to spills of blood or body fluids.
This position may be filled or closed to further application without notice.
Reno County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Reno County is an at-will, equal opportunity employer. Reno County provides Family Medical Leave (FMLA) benefits to eligible, covered employees. Reno County considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, age (40+), disability, veteran status, or any other legally protected status under local, state, or federal law. Reno County is committed to making the application, interview, and pre-employment testing process accessible to persons with disabilities. If you wish to volunteer information regarding any special assistance you may need, please notify Renee Harris, Reno County Human Resources by phone at (620-694-2988) or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications must be submitted on www.hrepartners.com. You will be contacted should the department feel that you are a qualified candidate.
Reno County prohibits employment of family members when such employment will create a situation where one person is in the direct chain of command and supervises, manages, or will be supervised or managed by another family member. Family members are defined as spouses, biological parents, children and siblings, in-laws, grandparent, grandchildren, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew, adoptive parents, children and siblings who share (or have shared) the same household, step-parents, step-children, and step-siblings who share (or have shared) the same household, or individuals with whom an employee has a close personal relationship such as domestic partners, cohabitants, and significant others. Employees are expected to disclose relationships covered by this policy whenever they come into existence.
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