Student Intern III

internship - part time, paid

City of Columbus
Columbus, OH
Closed
Posted 66 Days ago
City of Columbus
Columbus, OH
internship - part time, paid
Posted 66 Days ago
Closed

Description

Student Intern III (Vacancy) City of Columbus - Columbus, OH3.9 4 hours agoFull-time$10 - $15 an hour Apply Now Education * Bachelor's Degree * Master's Degree Skills * Program Development Benefits * Dental Insurance * Health Insurance * Wellness Program * Vision Insurance * Disability Insurance Definition This part-time, grant funded position is in the Creating Healthy Communities Program. The incumbent will work to increase access to healthy food, increase physical activity opportunities, and increase options for smoke-free living in the neighborhoods of Linden, the Westside and the South Side. In order to achieve these goals, the preferred candidate will assist with the implementation of the CHANGE Tool, Worksite Wellness and Smoke-Free Initiatives Programs. Preferred Experience and Training: Masters of Public Health (or in pursuit of), experience with community work, program development, resource development, and with facilitating coalitions. Under general supervision, is responsible on a part-time basis, for analyzing and summarizing information to be used by technicians, professional workers and administrators; performs related duties as required. Examples of Work (Any one position may not include all of the duties listed, nor do the examples cover all of the duties that may be performed.) Analyzes organizational structures, operating procedures, systems, programs or projects; Prepares reports and statistical summaries that are designed to improve the operating efficiency of the organization, system, program or project; Compiles, assembles, analyzes and interprets statistical and other data as it relates to the organization, system, program or project; Utilizes research data in order to organize and prepare statistical and written reports and documents including maps, charts and tables; Assists technicians, professionals and administrators in conducting various types of inspections and investigations and in the performance of other technical, professional and administrative duties; Conducts program evaluations including cost analyses and productivity studies; Conducts needs analyses, feasibility studies and surveys for a variety of purposes; Operates office machines such as calculators, duplicating equipment, and scanners; learns to operate technical equipment such as audio and video equipment; Generates, verifies and/or codes data such as computer based test data; Learns to provide requested technical information and assistance to organizations and individuals; Maintains records. Minimum Qualifications Possession of a bachelor's degree and actively enrolled full-time in a graduate or professional college program leading to a post-graduate degree. Test/Job Contact Information Recruitment #: 19-0788-V3 Employment Type: Part-Time Limited If you wish to apply in person, please submit an application and any supplementary materials to: Alisha Ardolino Columbus Department of Health 290 Parsons Ave. Columbus, Ohio 43215 P: (614) 645-6046 E: aaardolino@columbus.gov The City of Columbus is an Equal Opportunity Employer The City of Columbus seeks to promote compensation strategies that maximize the recruitment, performance, development, and retention of quality employees in support of the City's Covenant and strategic plan. In addition to a competitive pay plan, the City offers a comprehensive benefits program that includes the following: Medical Dental Vision Short-term Disability Life Insurance Wellness Program Tuition ReimbursementSpecifics about these benefit opportunities and eligibility can be discussed with one of the City's human resources professionals at the time of your interview or by contacting the Department of Human Resources, Labor Relations Office at (614)645-7206 for further information.

Skills

research, organization, microsoft access, maya, strategic planning, training, program development, human resources, public health, recruiting, program evaluation, wellness, food, surveying, materials

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