Applying To: Public Health Education Coordinator (Behavioral Health)
- Minimum: $49,244.00
- Maximum: $77,142.00
Nature of Work
Incumbents in this position will be responsible for coordinating education services for community members and organizations that interface with the Behavioral Health & Chronic Diseases section of the Department of Health. Duties include the development of protocols, implementation guides, evaluation reports, and other program materials for various internal and external audiences; the development, conduct, and evaluation of Behavioral Health & Chronic Diseases education programs for schools, businesses, camps, community organizations, and the general public; the preparation and distribution of health education materials, such as reports, bulletins, and visual aids, to address Behavioral Health & Chronic Diseases; will gather and analyze statistical data for public health community needs assessment areas and assists in the preparation and administration of grants for public health education programs.
For an additional description of this position, please refer to the classification specification for Public Health Education Coordinator
A Bachelor's degree in Public Health, Community Health Education, Social Work, or a related field; AND two years of experience in Public Health, which should include some experience with human services, public relations, community education, or conducting health investigations; OR an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
License: Must possess and maintain a valid Missouri driver's license while employed by the City of St. Louis. Must possess license at the time of filing application and be able to present it upon request. Please note type of license, number, class, and expiration date on the Employment Application.
Documentation of academic credentials must be submitted upon request.
DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS: Five or more years of experience in a diverse and complex work environment.
When completing the Employment History and the Educational/Training History sections of the Employment Application, please be as thorough as possible when describing your education, training and experience relating to this position. Your employment experience and training will be used to determine whether you meet the entrance requirements for this position and to compute your experience and training evaluation. Applicants will only receive credit for their experience and education as shown on the application. Resumes will not be accepted as a substitute to a fully completed application. When completing the Employment History section of the application, include reasons for changes in employers and explain any gaps in employment. Incomplete and/or carelessly completed applications will not be considered.
VETERAN'S PREFERENCE POINTS: To be eligible for veteran's preference points, the applicant must submit a copy of their DD 214 Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty with the Employment Application or upon request. The Director of Personnel may, in their discretion, accept alternate documentation.
CITY RESIDENTS PREFERENCE POINTS: City residents who pass an examination for a position in the classified service and do not receive any other preference will receive a five (5) point preference on a scale of 100 points on the exam. An additional one (1) point shall be added to the passing score of City residents who receive any other preference on a scale of 100 points. City residents must have resided in the City for at least one (1) year at the time of filing their application to be eligible for the preference points.
LAST DATE FOR FILING APPLICATION: Applications will be accepted until a sufficient number are received to fill the anticipated vacancies. Please submit an application as soon as possible.
Examination Components and Their Weights
- Experience and Training: 100%
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