Canadian Cancer Society Health Promotion Coordinator Part Time in Regina, SK

Canadian Cancer Society

Branch Regina SK CA

Health Promotion Coordinator
Regina, SK

Present the views of an association or organization to members, the media and the general public. The Health Promotion Coordinator is responsible for supporting…

The Health Promotion Coordinator is responsible for supporting the implementation of the Society’s tobacco cessation and physical activity program – Run to Quit, a national health promotion initiative.

Run to Quit is a comprehensive health promotion initiative including direct-to-participant programming that supports smoking cessation and physical activity. In addition, the program promotes smoking cessation and physical activity via a social marketing campaign while using a population-based incentive approach to engage Canadians in quitting smoking and getting active. Finally, the program will culminate each year with a walk/run event in major municipalities.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
Reporting to the Director of Cancer Control, this part time term contract position (17.5 hours per week) will work to market, promote and support program activities including participation on a national steering committee, stakeholder engagement, tracking and collecting evaluation data, as well as developing and maintaining external partnerships with provincial, regional and local health care and community partners to reach Saskatchewan smokers.

Education and Experience:
Related post-secondary education in the field of health promotion, marketing or community development.
Experience in non-profit or community service settings, and/or a multi-level, non-profit organization is an asset.

Working Conditions:
Work in an office environment, in the community and in the field at events.
A clean criminal record check will be required upon offer of position.
Term contract position: part time (.5 FTE), 17.5 day time hours per week(full time is 35 hours)
January to June 2018 with a possible extension to August 31, 2018.
The Canadian Cancer Society maintains a smoke free environment at its offices and all events & activities.

Skills and Abilities Work Setting
– Business or industry
Program Experience
– Smoking
– Addiction or substance abuse
Specific Skills
– Design and implement health and wellness projects or programs
– Deliver presentations at conferences, workshops or symposia
– Present the views of an association or organization to members, the media and the general public
– Produce reports
Essential Skills
– Continuous learning
– Computer use
– Finding information
– Job task planning and organizing
– Critical thinking
– Decision making
– Problem solving
– Working with others
– Oral communication
– Writing
– Numeracy
– Document use
– Reading text
Area of Functional Expertise
– Public relations or communications
– Public education or information programming
Additional Skills
– Perform administrative tasks
– Use computer applications
Type Of Work Experience
– Health promotion
– Public and community health

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Employment Type: Part Time
Location: Regina, SK, CA
Posted on: 2018-01-10
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