Do you have a passion for public health?
Are you interested in being involved in the coordination of community and population-based studies and initiatives?
Do you consider yourself to be a compassionate, motivated and innovative individual?
The Health Council of South Florida (HCSF) is seeking a Community Health Planner to join its team. The HCSF is a private, not-for-profit corporation created under Chapter 408.033, Florida Statutes, and one of eleven local health planning Councils in the State of Florida with the mission of providing coordinated health planning designed to enhance the provision of accessible, affordable and high quality health care services to all persons residing in the service district, defined in the enacting legislation as Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties. Florida Law establishes local health councils as a network of non-profit agencies that conduct regional health planning and implementation activities. HCSF has a long history and a broad range of experience in health services planning, research and community involvement.
As a Community Health Planner you will engage in health planning; community and population-based research; data collection and analysis; resource development; grant writing; program evaluation; co-managing projects. He/she will promote individual and population health by leading community health planning initiatives in the communities we serve. Responsibilities will include developing and implementing community health assessment and planning cycles in collaboration with, community stakeholders, elected officials, and community partners. This position functions under the direction and guidance of the President & CEO, while expected to carry out work assignments with some degree of independence and is free to develop their own work sequence within established policies and procedures.
A Master’s degree with major course work in public health, public health administration, public administration, business administration, health or mental health sciences or a closely related field and equivalent combination of training and experience is required.
If you are interested and meet the qualifications we are seeking, please submit your resume/CV to Vanessa Naranjo, Office Administrator, at VNaranjo@healthcouncil.org.
The application deadline is Friday, May 28th.