Community Health Engagement Coordinator
The Community Health Engagement Coordinator works with communities and local stakeholders (such as schools, healthcare providers, individuals, government officials, local agencies, and community action groups) to identify, develop, and implement strategies to successfully promote health to prevent injury or disease, build relationships, and help collect community data.
- Collect and analyze data to identify community needs
- Plan, implement, monitor, and evaluate programs designed to decrease health disparities, and improve the social determinants of health.
- Promote, maintain, and work to improve individual and community health by assisting individuals and communities in adopting healthy behaviors
- Enhance capacity, increase, and strengthen partnerships to reduce health disparities and improve health equity
- Deliver Community Health Outreach services as a member of Family Health La Clinica.
- Assist in managing grant funding for relevant projects and lead development of future funding initiatives.
- Support FHLC diversity, equity, and inclusion activities.
- Must adhere to FHLC policies and procedures.
- Regular and Reliable Attendance
- Other duties as assigned.
Family Health La Clinica is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action employer.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. This position requires an individual, who has the ability to work independently, is able to work under pressure, is analytical and has excellent problem-solving skills. The ability to respect the confidentiality of patient information while performing job duties. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with patients, employees and the public. Experience with race, equity, and diversity, and health disparities projects is essential. Experience working with community coalitions and collaborations is required and exceptional facilitator skills are a plus.
Family Health La Clinica(FHLC) requires employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19, or hold a legally recognized exemption as a condition of employment. Where permitted by law, candidates who are offered a position will be asked about their vaccination status, which must meet minimum business requirements. All religious, medical, or other legally recognized exemptions regarding vaccination status will be considered.