Community Engagement Coordinator - Research (Part-Time)Job ID 188353BR Date posted 09/08/2022
- Phoenix, Arizona
- Part Time
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The Community Engagement Coordinator (CEC) is responsible for managing and supporting community-based outreach and engagement activities and building capacity for sustainable community collaborations focused on improving the health of underserved communities. This position will specifically coordinate activities for the Coalition of Blacks Against Cancer (CBAC). This position will also provide culturally appropriate health education, schedule and facilitate CBAC meetings and provide community outreach on topics related to chronic disease prevention, cancer health education, physical activity, nutrition, and research participation. The CEC will facilitate communication and community empowerment in interactions with Mayo Clinic entities to build trusting relationships between Mayo Clinic and Coalition of Blacks Against Cancer, help people understand their health condition(s) and develop strategies to improve their health and well-being. The candidate utilizes knowledge of the community and relationships with local community partners to assist in the management and execution of collaborative projects aimed at minimizing health disparities and optimizing health and wellness for all community members. Utilizes electronic resources to enhance distribution of services and educational materials. Assists with the development of meaningful metrics and outcomes to measure impact of community outreach and engagement. This person will provide staffing support to site-based community advisory boards. Maintain and monitor a database of community partners and community based outreach and engagement activities. Assist with communicating the impact of community engagement efforts to community partners and site leadership within the Center for Health Equity and Community Engagement Research. Assists with community engagement research related activities, including data collection, literature reviews, etc. Participates in manuscript preparation and grant writing and prepares reports and presentations on community populations' demographic trends, health beliefs, cultural values, and healthcare outcomes. Initiating webinars and Facebook Live virtual events required.
Masters’ Degree in Public Health, Nursing,Social work or related field with 2 years experience required or Bachelor's degree in public health, health education, community health education, communications, psychology, social work, or other related field with 5 years experience.
Should have two years professional work experience with multicultural communities, including coordination of community outreach activities and in working with agencies serving minorities. Must have demonstrated leadership, communications, problem-solving, and organizational ability. Excellent interpersonal and project management skills required. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills. Must be able to deal effectively with all levels of Mayo organization as well as other external health care institutions and community groups. Must be proficient in desktop publishing, word processing, database applications, and web site development. Health Equity and Community Engaged Research knowledge and experience strongly preferred. Knowledgeable in data measurement and outcome tracking tools.
Demonstrated knowledge of and understanding of social determinants of health issues that impact the health and wellness of communities.
License or certification
$29.7 - $44.09/ hour
Hours / Pay period
Please note this is a part-time position, 20 hours per week
Travel to community partner sites will be required occasionally to meet the needs of community outreach. Mileage will be compensated
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