Bachelor s Degree from an accredited college in public health, health promotion, health education, health administration, nutrition or closely related field or 5 years of experience in community health education with at least 3 years in a management capacity. Minimum of 3 years of supervisory and program management experience. Minimum of 3 years of grant management and implementation experience. Rural Alaska experience preferred. Strong networking and outreach skills must be able to contact, cultivate, and maintain internal and external relationships with stakeholders and program partners. Must possess cross-cultural awareness and sensitivity to growth and development over the life span (pediatric/adult/geriatric) of patients/clients and possess the ability to evaluate patient s/client s condition, interpret patient information, identify patient s needs and provide appropriate age-specific care according to established policies and procedures. Plans, develops and supervises culturally-sound health education programs and activities in coordination with other BBAHC programs and in support of BBAHC s Strategic Plan. Oversees public engagement via radio, print, and electronic communications. Ensures Health Education programs are culturally and linguistically competent and respect the cultural values, beliefs and practices of the intended audience. Facilitates development of age- and culturally-appropriate health promotion communications in all forms in coordination with Health Education and other BBAHC programs Effectively utilize the BBAHC s electronic health record system for documenting, tracking and gathering health data. Establishes performance standards for Health Education programs. Recruits, supervises and supports program coordinators and health educators to include the development of individualized training plans. Develops, monitors and reports on budgets and budget revisions associated with department and grant-funded programs. Works closely with the Grants Department to ensure all grant and funding requirements are satisfied. Acts as resource person for staff by providing educational materials for staff use andpatients upon request. May also provide direct patient education within the scope of clinical practice area in both the group and individual setting. Maintains full compliance with the laws, regulations, grant terms, and BBAHC policies pertinent to the division/department. Ensures department activities meet all applicable accrediting body standards and CMS Conditions of Participation. Actively avoids fraud, waste, and abuse. Seeks and implements methods enhance BBAHC program revenue. Directs departmental Performance Improvement initiatives and identifies opportunities for improvement and enhancement of program activities. Responds to all Customer Comments in a complete and timely manner. Performs other duties as assigned. Associated topics: childhood, classroom dynamics, curriculum, education, educational, educational research, learning, librarian, student, teacher training
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