Public Health Institute/CA Department of Public HealthCategory: Miscellaneous
Duration of Position: Aug/Sept 2012 to May/June 2013
Do you have a passion for the new world of social media and 21st century communications? Are you interested in social justice? Would you like to learn what public health departments can do to promote healthy environments and workplaces? Would you like to gain valuable experience in the intersecting worlds of communications and public health? If so, please apply for this work-study position.
The Public Health Institute (PHI) is seeking a Communications Specialist for the California Department of Public Health in the Occupational Health Branch (OHB). This position is located in Richmond, CA, and work can be performed off-site and with a flexible schedule, up to 10 hours weekly.
•Create and edit educational materials
•Develop and implement social media strategy
•Enhance website to make it more user-friendly
•Track news coverage of California worker health issues
•Update community database
•Perform other writing, editing or strategic communications projects, as needed
•Experience in communications, particularly social media
•Strong writing and editing skills
•Computer skills, particularly Microsoft Office
•Project and time management skills
•Ability to work independently
How To Apply:
Send resume and cover letter: The cover letter should provide your contact information, including phone number, and the period for which you are available during the upcoming academic year (start and end dates). Provide a brief explanation of your interest in the position relative to your future educational and career goals.
Deadline To Apply: Sept. 4, 2012
Posted: 07/23/2012 - 11:02 a.m.
Modified: 07/23/2012 - 07:11 p.m.
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