Published on Sep 11, 2020

Health Promotion Coordinator

Contact: Recruiting

AWC is recruiting for a full-time Health Promotion Coordinator for the AWC Employee Benefit Trust (Trust) to join our dynamic and fast-paced team. The top candidate will provide excellent customer service, will be highly motivated and detail oriented with a passion and ability to promote healthy lifestyles and motivate others to succeed in their wellness endeavors.

What you'll be doing

  • Provide assistance to employers and employees regarding Trust benefit program offerings, including all aspects of benefits as they relate to health management
  • Write communications to support and promote programs through a variety of channels
  • Assist with health promotion campaigns, programs and tools that educate and inspire employees to make healthy choices and adopt healthy behaviors
  • Work with contracted vendors, acting as the day-to-day point of contact
  • Assist the Health Promotion Supervisor in analyzing data to evaluate program success and modify programs to meet member needs for maximum effectiveness
  • Participate in development, oversite and monitoring of health promotion program budget, including processing invoices for payment and monitoring monthly financial reports
  • Identify training needs, design curriculum, and deliver training using a variety of modes including eLearning, social media, workshops, conferences and member site visits
  • Provide consultations, and technical assistance on workplace health promotion to member employers by phone, email and during site visits
  • Review member wellness programs and offer recommendations to improve program effectiveness
  • Support efforts of AWC’s in-house wellness program through training, recommendations on best practices, and personal leadership
  • Attend health and wellness and/or benefit fairs

What you bring to the team

  • Bachelor’s degree in healthcare, education, or related field preferred, or experience may be substituted year-for-year for academic achievement
  • Five years’ experience in worksite health promotion, project management, health benefits or health-related field, preferably in the public sector
  • Knowledge of benefits and the role health promotion plays on an overall cost containment strategy
  • Knowledge of current trends and best practices in workplace health promotion
  • Technical ability to review data and provide as needed to various vendors
  • Ability to research, analyze information and form recommendations
  • Skilled at leading and managing projects
  • Ability to make effective decisions and to act independently in managing and coordinating assigned duties
  • Knowledge of adult learning theory
  • Ability to juggle competing demands between long-term projects and emergent needs
  • Ability to work independently and as a member of a team
  • Ability to establish creditability and manage confidential and time sensitive material
  • Ability to model the organizations high standards of quality customer service to all internal and external customers
  • Ability to work cooperatively with staff, members and other groups and individuals
  • Ability to train, supervise and empower a diverse group of volunteer wellness leaders
  • Knowledge of municipal government structure and operations
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Professional and have the ability to learn and use a wide variety of proprietary software
  • Ability to model the organization’s high standards of quality customer service to all internal and external customers
  • Ability to work as a team member of a customer focused and service-oriented team

How to apply

Only candidates who reflect the minimum qualifications listed on the job description will be considered.

Applications no longer accepted.

We value our employees hard work, integrity and dedication to our members. In return for your service, we offer you a starting annual salary range of $62,141 – 70,468, DOQ and an outstanding benefits package.

AWC is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, which provides a wide array of legislative, training, and other services to all 281 cities and towns in the state of Washington.

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