Program Assistant - Generalist (SHARE)

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Position Type Temporary Staff (SHRA) Job Title Program Assistant - Generalist (SHARE) Department Name Stu Wellness and Prev Initiat - 640701 Vacancy ID S014274 Position Posting Category Student Services Hiring Range $16.00/per hour Full-time/Part-time Part-Time Temporary If part-time, how many hours per week? 20 Work Schedule

Work will generally be scheduled between the hours of 8am and 8pm Monday through Friday, with occasional evening and weekend hours.

Proposed Start Date 08/05/2019 Estimated Duration of Appointment 6 months not to exceed 11 months Posting Open Date 03/19/2019 Posting Close Date 05/13/2019 Description of Work

Student Wellness envisions a thriving campus culture that is safe, equitable and well. As a health promotion and prevention office, we educate, advocate, support and promote individual and community health and well-being. Through partnerships with other campus departments, community agencies, student organizations, and peer educators, we used evidence informed public health strategies to foster an environment that creates, emphasizes, and supports healthy choices and positive decision making regarding health, safety, and wellness.

The Program Assistant roles in Student Wellness are invaluable to bringing key health promotion and risk reduction programs and services to students at UNC Chapel Hill. Student Wellness strives to equip all Program Assistants with valuable training and skills and to provide them opportunities to strengthen those abilities within the scope of their responsibilities. With supervision from full time, professional staff, all Student Wellness Program Assistants will work as a team to pool their skills and knowledge to support the department’s mission and goals.

Student Wellness seeks an energetic and creative paid, part-time, temporary Program Assistant to work 20 hours per week during the 2019-2020 academic year. This position will work as part of a dynamic team to assist with assessment, planning, implementation, and coordination of wellness programs and services for undergraduate, graduate/professional and post doc students at UNC Chapel Hill. Program Assistants are responsible for topical Workshop Requests (Health Promotion, Violence Prevention, Resiliency, Substance Use, etc.), annual campus-wide programming, and other department support as requested.

Role Responsibilities:
• Coordinate the distribution of safer sex supplies across campus;
• Consult with Carolina Community (Student, Staff and Faculty) regarding sexual health and violence prevention programs/events;
• Supervise SHARE undergraduate student interns;
• Co-advise the development of SHAG (Sexual Health Agency and Growth) student empowerment group;
• Marketing and recruitment of SHAG;
• Identify priorities and contribute to strategic planning for SHARE program initiatives;
• Work with Healthy Heels Social Media Collaborative to promote SHARE programs and services;
• Assist in coordination of World AIDS Day and other large-scale, collaborative, programs;
• Facilitate workshops about STIs/STDs, contraception, language and healthy relationships;
• Assist with data collection and analysis of SHARE and the One Act trainings program;
• Manage SHARE email account and correspondence;
• Attend and support large campus-wide events organized by Student Wellness;
• Work collaboratively with other Student Wellness staff and other campus partners on various wellness programming & initiatives
• Create and disseminate appropriate social marketing and advertisements;
• Research and synthesize data related to health and wellness topics;
• Attend ongoing training and professional development sessions, including regular all-staff meetings and staff training;
• Execute duties in keeping with the Student Wellness mission and purpose;
• Assume other duties as assigned.

Anticipated end date: May 1, 2020 (All Program Assistant positions are 1-year appointments, assuming staff meets or exceeds work plan goals, collaboratively developed and measured in monthly/semester intervals).

Education and Experience

Minimum Training and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree; or equivalent combination of training and experience. All degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions.

Essential Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Ability to work 20 hours per week throughout the academic year, including evening and weekend hours;
• Excellent skills in facilitation, education, and communication;
• Experience in sexual health, healthy relationships and violence prevention preferred;
• Passion for providing student centered and inclusive educational practices;
• Experience using public health, social change, and high impact educational frameworks when developing and implementing programs and communications;
• Skills in interpersonal relationships and maintaining effective working relations with others;
• Ability to work independently, follow-up on assignments, and take initiative on projects;
• Working knowledge of cultural competencies, and commitment to advocating for equity and holistic wellness.

Preferred Qualifications:
• Graduate degree in progress is preferred;
• Excellent skills in facilitation, education/outreach, and communication;
• Experience using public health, social change, and high impact educational frameworks when developing and implementing programs and communications;
• Understanding of health equity concepts across a variety of programs & services;
• Capacity to cultivate culturally competent and inclusive spaces for students to explore sensitive health topics;
• Program planning, development, and evaluation analysis of qualitative/quantitative data;
• Group facilitation and presenting to diverse populations;
• Topic specific knowledge (i.e. Health promotion of stress management, sleep, dimensions of wellness, and sexual health and relationship education, violence prevention, alcohol & other drugs prevention and intervention, health equity, and/or other health related topics);
• Work respectfully and effectively with students of various ages, cultures, and backgrounds.

Special Physical and Mental Requirements Equal Opportunity Employer Statement

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, race, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a protected veteran.

Stimulus/ARRA Funded No Special Instructions

Please submit application materials by April 12, 2019, for priority consideration. For questions about this position contact Charla Blumell, [email protected] For more information about Student Wellness please visit

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Optional and Required Documents Required Documents
  1. Curriculum Vitae / Resume
  2. Cover Letter
  3. List of References
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    Supplemental Questions

    Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).

    1. * What is your approach to sexual health and relationship education? What experience do you have?

      (Open Ended Question)




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