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Job ID:
26902
Title:
Public Health Administrator
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United States
Job Description

Requisition Details for: 60826

Requisition Details

Summary

Requisition ID: 60826

Requisition Name : Public Health Administrator 1

Customer : TN DOH

Quantity Requested: 1

Estimated Duration : 07/17/2023 - 07/16/2024.

 

Pricing

Bill Rate: USD 60.00 Per Hour

Expenses Allowed : Yes

 

Location

Position Location : Hybrid

Address

710 James Robertson Parkway 6th Floor Andrew Johnson Tower   Nashville,  Tennessee    37243

 

Description

72371

Engagement, Access, and Opportunity Coordinator

 Job Summary:

The Engagement, Access, and Opportunity Coordinator will develop, implement, and support programs and initiatives that advance employee understanding of and leadership capacity. The program coordinator will also lead employee training and support initiatives on equity, inclusion, and leadership development. This position will serve as a representative on the Tennessee Department of Health (TDH), Health Equity Advisory Team (HEAT).
Must live in the State of Tennessee.

 Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Uses knowledge and creativity to discover innovative and scalable approaches to leadership development that will develop TDH leaders who can successfully lead in increasingly complex environments.
  • Builds and maintains strong, collaborative relationships with leadership teams across the Department.
  • Conducts training needs assessments to determine leadership development needs for leaders and future leaders of all levels.
  • Works independently and as part of a team to create design and deliver meaningful and engaging training that aligns with the state diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) enterprise culture, are customized to the audience, and tangibly impacts performance. Training may include in-person leadership workshops, team development events, virtual learning experiences, on-demand learning resources, and individual development plans.
  • Creates, manages, and facilitates Communities of Practice that allow peers to learn from their own and others' experiences. (Examples of Communities of Practice include, but are not limited to, women in the workplace, working parents, epidemiologists, and any other group based on common interests).
  • Incorporates a variety of adult learning techniques to ensure learner engagement, knowledge growth, skill development, and behavior change.
  • Conducts training evaluation to measure t our development programs impact and further increase effectiveness.
  • Provides input that supports the development of ROI for training programs.

Skills and Abilities:

·         Skilled and experienced at evaluating organizational training needs and working with stakeholder teams to design, develop, and continuously improve training content

·         Experience with training design and content development.

·         Strong group facilitation skills, including group engagement, strong presentation skills and a strong understanding of learning transfer.

·         Skilled in creating training content for multiple formats (virtual, in-person, prerecorded, interactive, etc.)

·         Awareness and adaptability to various learning styles.

·         Knowledge of best practices that supports diversity, equity, and inclusion strategies that can help address health disparities in communities and critical stakeholders.

·         Skilled and experienced in conducting competency-based skills analysis.

·         Good analytical and problem-solving skills.

·         Excellent interpersonal and relationship-building skills.

·         Skilled and experienced in innovative training delivery methods.

·         Excellent communication skills.

·         Skilled at providing coaching to others.

·         Strong attention to detail with emphasis on quality.

·         Effective planning and organizational skills.

·         Customer-focused.

·         Ability to balance team and individual responsibilities.

·         Willingness to follow policies and procedures.

·         Adaptable and dependable.

·         Willingness and ability to travel throughout the state of Tennessee.

 

 Education and Experience:

·         Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or related field required, Master’s degree in relevant field preferred.

·         Minimum three years of work experience in leadership development, learning program design, group facilitation, training delivery and evaluation.

·         Experience in community engagement, including professional networking and working with culturally diverse populations.

·         Experience in volunteer recruitment, training, volunteer management, or social services.

·         Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, attention to detail and multi-tasking skills, and be able to work under pressure.

·         Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and other applications as needed.

 

Schedule

Days

Monday  Yes Tuesday  Yes Wednesday  Yes Thursday  Yes Friday  Yes Saturday  No Sunday  No

Hours/Day

7.5

Time Zone

CST

 

Shifts

Start Time

 

End Time

 

Description

 

Active

 

Shift 1

8:00 AM

 

4:30 PM

 

Regular Shift

 

Yes

                 
                 

 

Qualifications

 

Type

 

Category

 

Qualification

 

Description

 

Competency

     
 

Skills

 

Others

 

Ability to Work Independently

 

 

 

 

     
 

Skills

 

Others

 

Accuracy

 

 

 

 

     
 

Skills

 

Others

 

Active Listening