APPOINTMENT TYPE: Part-Time Regular (PTR)
PURPOSE: To design, develop, implement and evaluate public health communications and/or educational projects, strategies and materials for local, state, federal, academic and non-profit agencies. To provide expert knowledge of health communication principles and practices specific to a subject area (e.g., opioid misuse/abuse, cancer, immunizations, infectious disease, etc.) and to establish and achieve communication or educational/training program objectives that meet customer, ORAU and industry standards.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Provide technical health communication, social marketing, and formative research expertise and skills to design, develop, implement and deliver health communication products and campaigns for different audiences (public, clinicians, stakeholders, minority and low-English proficient (LEP) audiences, etc.). May include digital and print materials, online training or tools, video, guidelines, procedures, etc.)
Conduct health communication planning; develop and deliver effective communication, health promotion, research and training/educational plans and programs; and evaluate their effectiveness.
Provide assistance with marketing, business development, and strategic planning activities. Serve as technical expert/consultant in subject area of expertise.
Support stakeholder engagement activities among clients, partners, grantees, and subject matter experts.
Other related duties as assigned
Master's degree in Public Health or related field and 4-6 years of job related experience. An equivalent combination of education and experience performing duties as described may be substituted for the minimum requirements.
Experience in assessment/design/development/evaluation of public health communication and educational materials and products.
Experience in utilizing the results of formative research and assessments to develop appropriate health communication, educational/training and outreach objectives and strategies.
Ability to independently achieve, or coordinate small teams to achieve objectives and produce high-quality solutions to complex issues.
Ability to work with diverse stakeholder groups (consisting of clients, partners, grantees, and subject matter experts) to collaboratively plan, design, implement, and report on issues related to health communication and social marketing for specific populations.
Other desirable health-related experience: past work experience with local, state or federal public health agency; focus group moderator; meeting facilitator, or public relations.
Oak Ridge Associated Universities