The Wellness Program Coordinator, through individual and community health interventions, will work to provide services to students focusing on building resiliency, increasing mental and physical wellbeing, and encouraging pro-health behaviors. Through thoughtful and strategic health programming, the Wellness Program Coordinator will engage students at the Student Health and Wellness Center to encourage growth academically, emotionally, and socially, with the goal that students feel a sense of support, value and belonging. They will work collaboratively with our medical as well as behavioral health colleagues to provide a robust range of services throughout the academic year. The Wellness Program Coordinator values and seeks to promote diversity, inclusion and health equity among all students.

•Act on behalf of the supervisor, director, or president, to set priorities, identify, and resolve administrative problems.
•Strategize and execute ongoing assessments of department needs, not excluding design, survey administration and utilization, and other well-being engagement tools.
•Create and conduct workshops for our students on how to cope with stress, and improve effective study habits
•Supervise general information transfer about campus services and events related to health awareness
•Ability to work progressively and cordially with students, faculty, and staff to ensure a welcoming environment for a diverse community
•Possesses clear understanding that human wellness is contingent upon connection and positive relationships
•Develops student-based workshops promoting mental wellness and sexual health
•Designs and implement community-level initiatives that foster relationships, while reducing barriers to social support and connection
•Refers students to support services; monitors and reports on community climate and factors that affect student well-being; and establishes a reputation as a trusted advisor among students throughout the academic unit
•Identify important research questions and necessary data to plan future community wellbeing initiatives
•Make recommendations for program changes and initiatives that would enhance community and student well-being



Minimum Qualifications


Bachelor’s Degree from a regionally accredited institution with a concentration in psychology, social work, community psychology, organizational behavior, sociology, or other behavioral and social sciences is preferred.


A minimum of 3 years relevant experience in a student-centric environment, post-secondary environment is required.
Equivalent combination of education and experience, will be considered.

Intermediate skills using Microsoft Office along with database software experience, Quest, Sharepoint, DropBox. Also experience with various social media platforms including Facebook, Instagram, Reddit, etc.


Preferred Qualifications

Certified Health Education Specialist, Master’s Degree in Health Education, Public Health, Higher Education or closely related field is desirable

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