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The National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI) is seeking an experienced Communications Strategist to collaborate with NNPHI staff, member public health institutes, and funders to assure timely planning, development, production and dissemination of communications activities and products. In this capacity, the Communications Strategist will develop guidelines, collaborative processes and timelines to support the creation and dissemination of communications plans and products. The communications products will include, but are not limited to: website pages, topical newsletters, press releases, brochures, one-pagers, conference programs, editorials, topical briefs, white papers, webinars, storyboards, presentations, social media updates, and annual reports. The Communications Strategist will be capable of capturing stories directly and also will cultivate a network of consultants and contractors to expand NNPHI’s communications surge capacity. The Communications Strategist will foster the development of a communications community of practice across NNPHI’s member institutes and national partners, facilitating webinars, phone calls and in-person meetings as necessary to leverage the full potential of NNPHI’s distributed capacity network for present communications needs and future new business opportunities. The Communications Strategist will represent NNPHI at periodic meetings and conferences in Washington, DC and other locations as required. The Communications Strategist will report to NNPHI’s Chief Strategy Officer. This position will be based in NNPHI’s Washington, DC office.
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To learn more about NNPHI, visit the About section of the NNPHI website. Additional information about NNPHI’s program areas and collaborative efforts with public health institutes is available throughout www.nnphi.org.
Equal Opportunity Employer
This position will focus on developing tools for community health assessment and surveillance, conducting qualitative research to understand how communities are using the County Health Rankings, and identifying opportunities to further assist communities in locating and using data to drive their community health improvement efforts. The successful applicant will have a strong interest in population health and place-based work. For more information, visit University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute's website. Click here to access full job description.
Doctoral degree in relevant discipline required.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
For more information, visit Association of State and Territorial Health Official's website. Click here to access the full job description.
Implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has stimulated transformations within the health care system; and, has also served as an impetus for further exploring the concept of bridging the public health and health care sectors as a mechanism for improving population health. NNPHI and its member institutes have recognized the importance of facilitating long-term, sustainable collaboration between public health and health care to improve the health of the community. NNPHI seeks a graduate-level Public Health candidate to support NNPHI and member institutes in this program area. Under the supervision of the Chief Strategy Officer, the MPH Intern will gain experience in the development of written articles, program concepts, and proposal ideas to advance the network’s capacity to bridge health and health care sectors. Primary responsibilities include:
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The salary is $15.00 per hour