Health Council of South Florida (HCSF) is hiring!

August 19, 2019

 

The Health Council of South Florida (HCSF) is seeking a Community Health & Data Specialist to join its team!

 

The Community Health and Data Specialist engages in community health planning; community and population-based research; data collection and analysis; program evaluation; report writing; resource development; grant writing; and co-managing of projects. This position will promote individual and population health by leading community health planning initiatives. Responsibilities will include but are not limited to developing and implementing community health assessment and planning cycles in collaboration with community stakeholders, elected officials, and community partners.  
 
This position will function under the direction and guidance of the President & CEO. 


A Master’s degree is required with major course work in public health, public health administration, public administration, business administration, epidemiology, biostatistics, health or mental health sciences or a closely related field. Requires experience in planning, research or evaluation or an equivalent combination of training and experience. 

 

Download full job description here.

 

HCSF is one of eleven local health councils created by Florida Statute 408.033 to coordinate health services planning across the state. Our mission is to be the source of unbiased health and quality of life data and analysis; the preferred partner for quality program planning, management, evaluation, and community services; the facilitator of collaboration and partnerships in Miami-Dade and Monroe counties; and the trusted champion for ethical and targeted healthcare policy at the local, state, and national levels.

 

HOW TO APPLY:

 

Please email CV/Resume along with a cover letter to Vanessa Naranjo, Office Administrator, at vnaranjo@healthcouncil.org

 

The Health Council of South Florida, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) located in the Doral area of Miami, Florida.

 

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