PRIMARY TECHNICAL / BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS
- Provide onsite presentations for Company’s employer groups and the community on a wide variety of health and wellness topics such as weight, stress, nutrition, physical activity and general behavior change
- Facilitate ongoing multi-session wellness programs for Company’s employer groups and the community targeting weight management, physical activity, nutrition and other health topics
• Bachelors’ degree in health promotion or related field
• 5 or more years’ experience in health education
• At least one certification from a national health-related organization such as Wellcoaches®, Intrinsic Coaching, CHES, ACSM or another similar organization
• Excellent presentation and verbal communication skills as evidenced by video recording of a recent presentation or short live presentation at time of interview
• Proven basic knowledge of core wellness topics such as physical activity, nutrition, weight and stress
• Ability to use Microsoft Word and Power Point
• Valid Florida driver’s license with personal vehicle available for travel
• Bilingual Spanish and English (Requirement in the South Florida area only, but helpful in the Tampa area as well)
SECONDARY TECHNICAL / BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS (DESIRED)
• Experience in the health care industry
• More than one certification from a national health-related organization such as Wellcoaches®, Intrinsic Coaching, CHES, ACSM or another similar organizations
• Training for all presentations and programs will be provided by the Company at no charge to the contractor
• Contractor will be asked to attend trainings in various formats – in-person, by telephone and online
• Travel is considerable but variable in this position. Contractors may be asked to drive as far as 2.5 hours and/or 175 miles from their home, depending on their location in the region. However, most programs and presentations are run during normal business hours (8:30 to 5 pm, Monday through Friday) and many occur during the lunch hour, so early mornings and late nights will be minimal. Generally, no overnights will be required with the exception of occasional in-person trainings which might require an overnight.
• Guarantee of minimum number of hours have not been determined at this time.
• The contractor’s main point of contact on a daily basis for scheduling and other administrative issues will be the regional health educator. Communication will be primarily via telephone and email.