Deadline July 27, 2012
Temporary Full-time (12 months)
As an effective member of a multi-disciplinary team, your assignment may include planning, developing, implementing, and evaluating population based health promotion activities including project coordination, policy development and support, mass media and communication campaigns, liaise and collaborate with community partners, schools and workplaces, and develop health information resources, i.e., newsletters, brochures, displays; establishing and maintaining relationships with community partners and participating on formal and informal committees, networks and encouraging community initiated programs and services as appropriate.
Education and Experience: a Masters degree in health promotion, or a related discipline, knowledge and experience in the areas of chronic disease prevention is required, complimented by 2 years related experience, knowledge, skills and experience in project management, research, partnership development, community assessment (i.e., needs assessment, situational assessment), behaviour change theory, and mass media communication. Demonstrated effective written and verbal communication skills; analytical and problem-solving skills; team working skills; group facilitation skills; advanced computer skills, and a current Ontario driver’s license and use of a vehicle. Research experience would be an asset.
Salary range: $32.21- 37.89 per hour; Full-time hours are 70 hours in a two week period (ONA Allied Collective Agreement)
Forward confidential resume by July 27, 2012, to:
Paul Vandenberg, Human Resources Manager
Brant County Health Unit
194 Terrace Hill St.
Brantford ON, N3R 1G7
Email: [email protected]
Personal information submitted will be used for the purposes of this competition only, and is collected in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information & Protection of Privacy Act.