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and activities, with a focus on Latin American populations. The Sr. Community Health Educator uses skills as a seasoned, experienced health education professional with a full understanding of industry practices and campus policies and procedures to resolve a wide range of issues and demonstrates good judgment in selecting methods and techniques for obtaining solutions.
In addition to the salary range listed below, we offer a wealth of benefits to make working at UCI even more rewarding. These benefits may include medical insurance, sick and vacation time, retirement savings plans, and access to a number of discounts and perks. Please utilize the links listed here to learn more about our compensation practices and benefits. $73,900.00 - $133,700.00 (Annual Salary)
Eight (8)+ years of experience conducting health education activities in diverse community settings, working specifically in Latin American populations. • Eight (8)+ years of experience building and managing strategic partnerships with community organizations in the Orange County and / or Southern California region.
Bachelor's degree in related area and / or equivalent experience / training.
Advanced knowledge of the health promotion and education field and / or related education programs and services. Advanced knowledge associated with the design and delivery of health promotion and education programs. Skills associated with both the development and delivery of diverse health education programs and services. Requires effective interpersonal skills to deal with diverse client groups. Effective organizational skills. Interpersonal and diplomacy skills to identify and respond to organizational needs. Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. Ability to analyze, interpret and respond to client needs through the development, implementation and delivery of health-related programs. Expertise in MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint) Knowledge of SPSS, SAS, RedCap, and/or similar Bilingual in English and Spanish Knowledge of clinical trials recruitment methodologies Knowledge of HIPAA and Human Subject Research policies
Advanced degree preferred. Terminal degree in a related field (PhD, JD, MD, etc.) preferred
Community Health Education Specialist certification preferred
Special Conditions Required:
Often requires after-hours and weekend work hours as well as travel in and around Orange County (Irvine Campus, Orange Campus, satellite healthcare sites, community organizations, etc.) • Required attendance at 1-2 annual national meetings in different U.S. locations
Conditions of Employment:
The University of California, Irvine (UCI) seeks to provide a safe and healthy environment for the entire UCI community. As part of this commitment, all applicants who accept an offer of employment must comply with the following conditions of employment:
Background Check and Live Scan
Legal Right to work in the United States
Smoking and Tobacco Policy
Drug Free Environment
The following additional conditions may apply, some of which are dependent upon business unit or job specific requirements.
California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act
Pre-Placement Health Evaluation
Details of each policy may be reviewed by visiting the following page - https://hr.uci.edu/new-hire/conditions-of-employment.php
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