Health Promotion Coordinator, Penn’s Center for Community Partnerships
Posted by on May 10, 2002
Health Promotion Coordinator
Create a Health Promotion and Disease Prevention program at Sayre Middle School in West Philadelphia in partnership with the University of Pennsylvania. Particular emphasis will be on integrating activities with Sayre and Penn curriculums. Responsible for the development and implementation of a middle school health promotion curriculum. Will also aggregate and coordinate health screening, referral, and education programs of various community partners, particularly Penn’s health schools. Will research and develop a proposal for the expansion of community health services on site to include limited primary care. Will collaborate with school staff and community members to maximize impact of current health/fitness activities. Also responsible for conducting a community health needs assessment. To learn more about the Center for Community Partnerships, please visit us on the web at http://www.upenn.edu/ccp.
Benefits also include being able to take academic courses at the University of Pennsylvania.
Bachelors degree required, masters or higher degree preferred . Degree in the social sciences required, health or education-related field preferred. 1-2 years’ minimum experience required working in health promotion curriculum or other community organizing related to urban public schools.
Type: Full time
Salary: $35,000 + full health benefits
Education: Bachelor (BA, BS, etc.)
How to Apply:
Please send a resume, cover letter and a list of 3 references to:
Cory Bowman, Assoc. Director
Penn Program for Public Service
Center for Community Partnerships
133 S. 36th St., Suite 519
Philadelphia, PA 19104
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