Cornell Health is a fully accredited ambulatory care center with more than 200 employees, committed to providing integrated and culturally sensitive medical, mental health, health promotion and public health services for the diverse Cornell University community. Cornell Health is nationally recognized for innovation and leadership in the development of integrated, cost-effective, and community-based services and campus health initiatives.
Cornell Health seeks a Program Coordinator to implement innovative strategies to address undergraduate and graduate/professional student sexual/dating violence, sexual harassment, stalking and other related issues. The focus of this job is to support University compliance with federal and state educational mandates, develop and coordinate sexual/dating violence prevention initiatives, and support related activities to reduce risk and contribute to the health and safety of the Cornell community. This position includes opportunities for professional and leadership development. This position will be located within the Skorton Center for Health Initiatives in Cornell Health with supervision from the Sexual Violence Prevention Program Director.
This is a full-time, 11 months/year position, and is eligible for relocation assistance. Visa sponsorship is not available for this position.
Diversity and Inclusion are a part of Cornell University’s heritage. We are a recognized employer and educator valuing AA/EEO, Protected Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities. Cornell University is an innovative Ivy League university and a great place to work. Our inclusive community of scholars, students, and staff impart an uncommon sense of larger purpose, and contribute creative ideas to further the university's mission of teaching, discovery, and engagement.
Master’s degree in public health, social sciences or related field.
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
Excellent communication, interpersonal, and listening skills, including demonstrated success with public speaking
Minimum three years of experience or equivalent working with both undergraduate and graduate students in a college environment
Ability to multi-task and manage several projects at once
Strong attention to detail and excellent follow-through
Significant training or knowledge of concepts related to sexual violence, interpersonal violence, sexual harassment,
Demonstrated skill in program coordination, group facilitation, student supervision, or volunteer coordination
Knowledge of public health and behavioral health concepts
Demonstrated decision-making skills that include reasoning and sound judgment
Track record of success working creatively to identify opportunities, challenges, and solutions
Proficient in computer programs/applications use (e.g., word processing, database management, Outlook, PowerPoint and internet)
Strong commitment to collaborative work.
Willingness to seek guidance from colleagues and supervisor when needed
Welcoming of diversity and accessible to students
Able to work with colleagues and other student affairs professionals with varying work styles
Flexible in adjusting to a changing work environment, job responsibilities, and departmental priorities, including willingness to work outside of regular business hours, including weekends and evenings as needed
Ability to work independently and manage competing demands in a fast-paced work environment
In depth knowledge of adolescent/early adulthood development
Qualitative research skills
Knowledge of social media platforms and Word Press
Ability to enhance use of media/technology to educate students and share information with the Cornell community.