Project Coordinator (Sol Project, Heluna Health)
The SOL Project is Hiring! Heluna Health and Saving Our Legacy: African Americans for Smoke-Free Safe Places (SOL) Project are searching for a Project Coordinator who is a highly organized person who communicates well both in written and oral form. This candidate must have experience organizing or facilitating collaborative partnerships with community based organizations, youth organizations, K-12 school institutions; or community residents in advocacy or policy efforts. The Project Coordinator is responsible for complex project management, including development of educational materials and reports, committee recruitment and management and relationship building with community leaders that leads to public health policy change.
For more information or to apply for the Project Coordinator position, please see full description. This is a full time position with salary range of $62,000-$70,344, depending on experience.
Community Engagement Coordinator (CEC)
The SOL Project is also seeking a Community Engagement Coordinator (CEC). The applicant should be a highly organized person who communicates well both in written and oral form. This candidate must have experience organizing or facilitating collaborative partnerships with community based organizations, youth organizations, K-12 school institutions; or community residents in advocacy or policy efforts. The CEC is responsible for recruiting and maintaining youth volunteers, supporting meeting with community members, youth and elected officials. The CEC also supports program administration for community assessment and collaborative relationship building with community based organizations, public health and other tobacco control partners.
For more information or how to apply for the Community Engagement Coordinator, see the full position description. This is a half-time position, with hourly rate of $26.68.
Project Assistant (AATCLC)
The AATCLC is seeking a highly organized self-starter to assist in the implementation of an exciting statewide project. "Finishing The Fight" is an innovative project that works to educate, engage, and empower African American/African Immigrant communities to fight back against the predatory tobacco industry. The project provides technical assistance on policy initiatives that restrict the sale of mentholated and unregulated flavored tobacco products.
We will also work to engage our community and build community power.
The successful candidate is a California resident and will be able to telecommute for the foreseeable future. Commercial tobacco control experience desired but not mandatory. This position will be required to work directly with the Project Director and Project Coordinator to coordinate the day-to-day functioning of "Finishing The Fight" which will include coordinating trainings, webinars and/or symposia; responding to requests for technical assistance; conducting media outreach; working with other community organizations; representing the AATCLC when required; attending community meetings; staffing and coordinating AATCLC meetings and conference calls; and performing other duties as required. The successful candidate will never be bored!
Project Assistant (Youth Leadership Institute, MYNT)
Mobilizing Youth to Nix Tobacco (MYNT) is a YLI youth leadership coalition that is committed to reducing tobacco-related health issues that negatively impact the African-American Community in the Central Valley.
Uplift youth voices in the community
Collaborate with the faith-based community
Impact the Central Valley through a social justice lens
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