Adjunct Student Health Promotions Coordinator - Campus Recreation
|The Student Health Promotions Coordinator will build, develop, coordinate, and administer university-wide educational programs, initiatives, and collaborations that reduce personal, institutional, and community health risks for GVSU students. Under the Division of Student Services and the department of Recreation and Wellness, this position will develop and deliver evidence-informed prevention, health promotion, wellness education, and training using a holistic prevention and wellness model to create a culture that supports student development and success.
The ideal candidate for this position will have a campus-based prevention, outreach, and training background, and will hold an advanced degree in public health or the equivalent credential. Specifically, this person will be able to conceptualize health promotion in the context of higher education and student life, possess knowledge of health promotion, behavior change, population-based theories and models, and evidence-informed health promotion programs/initiatives. They should understand the intersections among learning, social justice, health equity, and health as well as demonstrate a commitment to diversity, social justice, cultural competence, and the ability to work in a multicultural environment. Because this is a new position, this person must also have skills in developing and launching new initiatives. These include, but are not limited to, possessing outstanding organizational skills, building organizational capacities in others, and establishing solid collaborative relationships with students, faculty, staff, and other university colleagues.
This is a twelve-month Adjunct AP position with benefits. The position reports to the Associate Director of Recreation and Wellness.