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Job Title: be well Volunteer Coordinator
Job Description: The be well Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for recruiting, engaging and sustaining volunteers in meaningful roles in the project. He/she will coordinator, recruit, train, and mobilize participants to engage in be well efforts to improve the environment for physical activity. He/she will plan, organize and implement a robust outreach plan to continually build upon the volunteer base. This person will oversee the ongoing participation of volunteers and maintain a volunteer database. An overview of responsibilities and qualifications for this position are listed below.
Responsibilities:
• Responsible for planning, organizing and directing the volunteer programs associated with the project
• Organizes, coordinates and manages the recruitment of volunteers for the project
• Works with social, civic and local organizations to develop partnerships, where appropriate, to develop and/or utilize volunteers
• Develops and implements training programs for volunteers
• Maintains updated records on all volunteers
• Sets up and attends volunteer meetings
• Reports to staff on volunteer activities as needed
• Recommends and develops ongoing volunteer utilization
•Develops and implements a volunteer recognition program
• Other duties assigned
Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree in human resources, communications or related human services field
• At least three years of experience working with diverse populations of volunteers
• Preference for prior experience working as a volunteer coordinator with another non-profit
• Preference for prior experience creating and implementing volunteer programs and training
• Strong interpersonal communications skills, written and oral
• Organized, detail-oriented, self-motivated, independent worker that can manage time efficiently
• Flexible and loyal team player
• Reliable transportation to travel to and from project activities
Start Date: Immediate
To Apply: Please submit cover letter and resume to ljoseph@stapletonfoundation.og
No phone calls please


Job Title: be well Transit Coordinator
Job Description: The Stapleton Foundation seeks a be well Transit Coordinator who will be responsible for engaging residents, focusing their efforts to influence transit connections and pedestrian access to the planned light rail system scheduled to begin operations in 2016. He/she will support the development of an Health Impact Assessment focused on transit connections. The transit coordinator will also organize community meetings, activities and projects intended gather resident input and share feedback. Additionally, the be well transit coordinator will produce reports and recommendations based on community findings. An overview of the responsibilities and qualifications for the position are listed below.
Responsibilities:
• Monitor, and track transit policy activity
• Translate policy into language that is understandable to be well zone residents  
• Establish relationships with be well zone community members
• Develop a system to collect information regarding constituents opinions of proposed policies on an ongoing basis from community members, volunteers, partner organization etc
• Recruit be well zone residents to become participate in the be well advocacy efforts
• Work with be well Policy Block Captains to organize grassroots community activities to raise awareness and education around policy and built environment changes in the be well target area.
• Coordinate Community forums and/or share fairs to inform and educate policy and decision-makers on their constituents views and perspectives concerning proposed policies.
• Support the be well Policy and advocacy Training program
Qualifications:
• Bachelors degree in urban planning or related field
• At least three years of experience working with diverse populations
• Demonstrated understanding of the impact of built environments on community health
• Knowledge of the light rail plans for Denver
• Strong interpersonal communications skills, written and oral
• Organized, detail-oriented, self-motivated, independent worker that can manage time efficiently
Start Date: Immediate
To Apply: Please submit a cover letter and resume to Leslie Joseph at ljoseph@stapletonfoundation.org
No phone call please


Job Title: be well/be EPIC Project Manager
Job Type: Full Time
General Position Description: The be well/be EPIC Project Manager is responsible for the comprehensive oversight the be well/be epic project. He/she will manage annual strategic planning, implementation and evaluation of the be well/be EPIC Community Action Plan (CAP).  The Project Manager will be responsible for ensuring that the CAP meets all Center for Disease Control Guidelines and is reflective of the ideas and expectations of the communities served and the be well Coalition.  The Project Manager will manage the day to day activities of the be well/be EPIC Coalition including management of staff and contractors, fiscal oversight and Reporting. He/she will work closely with and report directly Vice President of the Stapleton Foundation.
Community Building and Organizing: Maintain the be well Coalition and its practices. Recruit and engage community new stakeholders on an ongoing basis to implement the strategies of the be well/ be EPIC CAP. Provide technical assistance to community stakeholders as necessary to enhance their ability to fully execute the strategies of the be well/ be EPIC CAP. Facilitate monthly be well EPIC Partnership and workgroup meetings. Attend community meetings/events as necessary to further build the presence and awareness of the be well/be EPIC to create new collaborations that will assist in advancing the activities of the project. Create, prepare and distribute a monthly update to be well/be EPIC partners. Represent be well at be well be EPCI at meetings locally, regionally and nationally as necessary.
Project Management: Coordinate the strategies outlined in the CAP among the be well/be EPIC partnership making certain that all activities have an identified deadline and responsible party that will be held accountable for the desired outcomes. Ensure efficient logistical and program administrations for the operations of the project. Develop and manage communication and administrative systems that optimize the flow of information to and among  be well/be EPIC Partners. Monitor budget to make certain that activities are completed within the cost allocated. Prepare a weekly progress and financial report on the outcomes of activities completed during the week. Work with local evaluator to ensure that evaluation activities are executed properly. Complete reports as required. Submit monthly report to be included in the monthly be well initiative report.
Required Skills and Experience: • Bachelor’s degree in public health, health administration, public administration, human services, health sciences, nonprofit management or a related field A minimum of 5 years of directly related experience Experience managing or working with government grants Demonstrated experience working with people of diverse backgrounds and cultures In depth understanding of the legislative process at the local, state and national level Understanding of evidence based Healthy Eating and Active Living practices Ability to work with people of all levels of professionalism Demonstrated experience in motivating and involving volunteers Excellent oral and written communication skills Proven ability to balance multiple projects Proven leadership skills Strong PC knowledge Well Organized Strong Work Ethic Ability to foster strong relationships Ability to travel within the be well zone and to state, national and or regional conferences as required Must be willing to work nights and weekends as necessary to complete projects Willingness to serve as needed and other duties as assigned Reliable transportation to travel to and from project activities •  Flexible and a loyal team player
Salary Range: 50-60K plus benefits
Start Date: November 1, 2014
To Apply:
Please submit cover letter and resume to Leslie Joseph at: Ljoseph@stapletonfoundation.org
No Phone Calls
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Job Title: be well Administrative Assistant/Data Assistant
Job Summary: The Stapleton Foundation is seeking an Administrative/Data Assistant who will deliver extensive support to the be well Health and Wellness Initiative. He/She will provide high-level administrative support by conducting research, preparing statistical reports, handling information requests, and performing clerical functions such as preparing correspondence, receiving visitors, arranging conference calls, and scheduling meetings. The Administrative/Data Assistant will support the collection and sharing of data with internal and external partners and constituents and will create systems to maintain all be well project records. Specific Responsibilities and Qualifications are listed below.
Responsibilities:
• Maintain detailed program files on be well programs
• Assist with the development of reimbursement request
• Support the data collection for evaluation
• Maintain data on project database
• Support Director and be well staff to achieve goals and objectives as well as adherence to the project timelines
• Support project activities and  events
• Support the preparation of periodic and annual reports to the Centers for Disease Control
• Prepare invoices, reports, memos, letters, financial statements and other documents, using word processing, spreadsheet, database, or presentation software
• Maintains office supplies inventory by checking stock to determine inventory level; anticipating needed supplies; evaluating new office products; placing and expediting orders for supplies; verifying receipt of supplies.
Qualifications:
• High school diploma required
• Associates degree preferred
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office products including word processing, database creation and maintenance
• Ability to balance competing demands
• Three to five years experience (two years of professional experience working in a non-profit sector
• Understanding of community
• Strong interpersonal communications skills, written and oral
• Organized, detail-oriented, self-motivated, independent worker that can manage time efficiently.
• Experience working with government funded grant programs preferred
• Professional courtesy in all interactions (i.e., punctual, tactful, positive and upbeat, etc.)
• Independent worker that can manage time efficiently
• Flexible and a loyal team player
Start Date: Immediate
To Apply:  Submit resume and cover letter to Leslie Joseph at ljoseph@stapletonfoundation.org
The Stapleton Foundation is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and encourages applications from women, people of color, and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.


Job Title: Health Policy Project Manager
Job Description: The Stapleton Foundation seeks a Health Policy Project Manager who will be responsible for communicating policy to the be well coalition members, stakeholders and the community at large. He/she will also plan organize and facilitate policy trainings as necessary for community members to better understand the civic engagement process. An overview of responsibilities and requirements for this position are listed below. 
Responsibilities:
• Monitor, and track all policy activity related to land use, development, transportation, health access, prevention and healthy eating and active living at the local, state and federal level along with school policy.
• Translate policy into language that is understandable to be well zone residents.
• Establish relationships with be well zone community members.
• Develop a system to collect information regarding constituents opinions of proposed policies on an ongoing basis from community members, volunteers, partner organization etc.
• Recruit be well zone residents to become participate in the be well policy and advocacy training program.
• Work with be well Policy Block Captains to organize grassroots community activities (Share Sessions) to raise awareness and education around policy and built environment changes in the be well target area.
• Coordinate Community forums and/or share fairs to inform and educate policy and decision-makers on their constituents views and perspectives concerning proposed policies.
• Implement the be well Policy and advocacy Training program
Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Sociology, Public Health, Health Policy or related field.
• Master's degree preferred
• Thorough understanding of Community Organizing
• Demonstrated ability to work with people and communities of diverse cultures and backgrounds
• Ability to manage multiple projects, including meetings, leadership classes, activities and policy advocacy projects
• Experience in communicating with a wide range of stakeholders including community members, organization and business leaders and elected officials.
• Knowledgeable of training processes and experience with organizing training
• Strong interpersonal communications skills, written and oral
• Organized, detail-oriented, self-motivated, independent worker that can manage time efficiently.
To Apply: Please submit a cover letter and resume to Leslie Joseph at ljoseph@stapletonfoundation.org
Application Deadline: October 15, 2015               
Start Date: Immediate

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