Serve as first point of contact for technical assistance on the Learning Network and website. Update and identify content on the Healthiest Cities & Counties Challenge website and Learning Network website as needed. Maintain and track Learning Network technical assistance inquiries, suggestions and speaker requests. Identify content and experts for blogs and other communication vehicles. Conduct community and member spotlight interviews. Help disseminate all communications. Regularly track Learning Network & website engagement metrics.
Generate Learning Network user and technical assistance reports and regular updates for HC&CC partners and staff. Travel to APHA Annual Meeting or other meetings as necessary to represent HC&CC. Maintain contacts’ database to track questions, comments, and requests for technical assistance. Assist in identifying speakers, topics and resources for the Learning Network. Participates in regular Partner calls and meetings. Take and disseminate notes from internal and external meetings as needed. Maintain finalist contact list. Complete other administrative duties as assigned. The position is grant funded and guaranteed for one year with a likely extension into year 3 based on funding and performance.
Bachelor’s degree required. Minimum 2 years of successful experience in professional setting. Excellent written communication skills. Basic understanding of web content management and HTML. Familiarity with Google Analytics. Knowledge of social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook. Team Player. Excellent attention to detail.
Salary 40’s, commensurate with experience.
Hours: 35 hours a week, full-time, Mon- Fri. (daytime). Number of openings: 1.
Applicants who meet the requirements and are interested in being considered for this position should upload the following information:
A writing sample;
Three – five professional references (name, title, company name and phone number and email).