Health Promotion Facilitator II
Alberta Health Services
Calgary, AB
As a Health Promotion Facilitator II, you will lead and coordinate health promotion, disease and injury prevention initiatives and programs using a population health promotion approach. You will identify behavioural, social, political, economic, environmental and organizational factors that promote or compromise health and recommend evidence-informed strategies to address identified priorities. You will conduct situational analyses, literature reviews, environmental scans and focus groups to make recommendations as part of an integrated program planning and evaluation process. You will manage projects using standardized tools and techniques that are conducive or aligned with health promotion, disease and injury prevention practices. You will collaborate with key internal and external key stakeholders in project or program planning, development, implementation, evaluation and improvement. You will facilitate community and staff engagement and build community and staff capacity around population health promotion priorities. You will evaluate the effectiveness of existing health promotion and disease prevention strategies and make recommendations.

Classification: Hlth Promotion Facilitator II
Union: HSAA Facility PROF/TECH
Primary Location: Southport
Multi-Site: Not Applicable
FTE: 1.00
Posting End Date: 19-FEB-2019
Temporary Employee Class: Temp F/T Benefits
Date Available: 18-MAR-2019
Temporary End Date: 28-AUG-2020
Hours per Shift: 7.75
Length of Shift in weeks: 2
Shifts per cycle: 10
Shift Pattern: Days
Days Off: Saturday/Sunday
Minimum Salary: $40.92
Maximum Salary: $54.46
Vehicle Requirement: N/A

Required Qualifications:
Completion of master's degree in Health Promotion, Public or Population Health, Health Education or a related field.

Additional Required Qualifications:
Minimum three (3) to five (5) years experience in health promotion or related field with substantial experience working with complex networks and partnerships. Project/program management and program planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation. Demonstrated leadership skills and abilities Demonstrated knowledge and application of the population health promotion model, relevant health promotion strategies and determinants of health. Demonstrated ability to communicate (written, verbal and interpersonal) Demonstrated ability in report and grant writing. Demonstrated organizational skills and ability to work both independently and collaboratively with a variety of disciplines, sectors and internal and external stakeholders/partners. Demonstrated ability to facilitate and mobilize diverse groups and build consensus. Demonstrated ability to develop and apply creative approaches to program planning and development. Demonstrated critical thinking skills, including conceptual, strategizing, and problem-solving. Ability to be resourceful, adaptive and flexible. Ability to use Windows NT-based computer and corresponding software is required (Microsoft Office 2013, Publisher, Visio, and Adobe Acrobat) is required. Demonstrated skills in group facilitation, chairing meetings, teaching and presenting. Request and accept direction as required.

Preferred Qualifications:
Knowledge and expertise in early childhood development and health promotion/prevention is an asset. Experience in maternal/child health in breastfeeding is an asset. Knowledge of various research methods and ability to interpret data is an asset. Experience working with diverse and high risk populations is an asset.