Health Promotion Specialist 7257BR Student Affairs Health Promotion
Detailed Job Description
With guidance from the Health Promotion Coordinator, develop and implement health promotion, education and prevention programs.
Provide specific programming around the topic of mental health wellness.
Work closely with CaPS Programming and Outreach Coordinator as well as CaPS Associate Director of Campus Engagement to ensure programs cover a variety of topics related to mental health wellness and specifically address RIT student needs.
Oversee cross divisional wellness efforts to ensure collaboration in the planning and implementation of health promotion activities, including the assessment of all health promotion, education and prevention programs and services to determine their relevance and effectiveness.
Serve as a resource to students, staff, and faculty on issues related to mental wellness and general health promotion.
Provide consultation and advisement for those members of the campus community who seek specific information and/or programming related to mental wellness or general health promotion topics that are not suitable for student staff to administer.
Present to clubs, groups, classes, and organizations as requested.
Assist in the assessment of attitudes, behaviors, perceptions and outcomes of prevention efforts among the college population, primarily through and mandatory online training programs for new and returning students.
Use this research to educate the campus and develop programming, social norming/marketing initiatives, and awareness campaigns.
Maintain current topic materials for teaching and dissemination as appropriate.
Work with ATC Marketing and Communication Wellness liaison to develop effective health promotion, illness prevention, and mental wellness campaigns and communication for the college community, including the development of web page content, printed materials, and social media messaging.
Assist with New Student Orientation programming each year.
Develop relationships with community partners as well as local, community resources.
Serve as the representative for local groups and task forces related to prevention, education, and health promotion.
Participate in professional development and committee activities as assigned.
Other duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications Education:
Bachelor's degree in Public Health, Health Promotion, Health Education, Community Mental Health, Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, or a closely related field and/or equivalent experience.
Minimum of two to four years experience in health education/health promotion and programming.
Experience creating and implementing mental health programming for students.
Proven experience creating and assessing programs that support student well-being.
Significant knowledge of mental health, general health and wellness information, prevention strategies, and the implications related to these topics within the college student population.
Ability to think critically and solve problems, as well as handle multiple projects simultaneously.
Demonstrated cultural competence and inclusiveness in working with populations of diverse cultures and identities in addressing issues of diversity, health and social justice.
Computer competence using software and enterprise systems appropriate for the complexities of the role and its functions.
Effective interpersonal, written, and electronic communications skills, including the ability to convey complex information in accessible terms to diverse or multicultural audiences.
Ability to establish, build and maintain effective working relationships based on respect, empathy and honesty with diverse groups and individuals.
Ability to manage and maintain confidential and private information.
Professional Area: Employment Category: Fulltime Staff Job Function:Wage Band: 117A
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