Project Sec IV Job Description:
Work with Body Project Health Educator/Coordinator to compile list of community-based organizations (CBOs)
Schedule Body Project trainings for CBOs
Recruit CBO participation
Contact CBOs to offer Body Project training and demonstrate consistent follow up on training interest
Send Body Project Group Request Form and Information Sheet to CBOs
Review and track CBO response to initial contact and forms
Secure potential dates with interested CBOs for Body Project training
Pair CBO availability with facilitated trainer availability to set training dates
Work with trained facilitators to schedule two groups (4 weeks each) at each interested CBO
Keep a list of all trained facilitator scheduling availability with at least a 3-month lead time
Send out pre-training assignments to group participants prior to each scheduled training
Confirm training logistics for each group session series
Track all Body Project trainings including but not limited to: name of organization, number of scheduled participants, ages of participants, and attendance
Send and track completion of pre/post participant surveys
Compile results of pre/posts participant surveys
Communicate with Body Project Health Educator/Coordinator on a weekly basis to optimize workflow
Participate in 1-hour monthly Body Project organizational meeting
2 years of post-high school education in secretarial studies or the equivalent required.
At least 3 years of secretarial and office experience, including 1 year in a position which demonstrated the ability to work with minimum supervision and to direct an office operation required.
Ability to work effectively with individuals across all job levels. Flexible in approach and appreciates the demands of a fast-paced, constantly evolving division preferred.
C-TAGME Certification a plus. Leadership experience is a plus.
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How To Apply
All applicants must apply online.
EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled
Location: Medical Faculty Group
Full/Part Time: TAR
Opening: Time as Reported Grade 009