Part-Time, Health Education Program Specialist needed

Exciting New Job Opportunity Part-time, fully remote Health Education Program Specialist The Lunder-Dineen Health Education Alliance of Maine (Lunder-Dineen) is currently looking for a Health Education Program Specialist. Lunder-Dineen, a program of Massachusetts General Hospital, is a one-of-a-kind health education program that links an academic medical center with a neighboring state. The program is charged with improving the health and well-being of residents in Maine by addressing gaps in continuing education and public health an advancing the skills and expertise of health care professionals in these areas.The Health Education Program Specialist will be a key member of the Lunder-Dineen team reporting to the Senior Program Manager.
The position will be responsible for working with the Senior Program Manager in the implementation of the three Lunder-Dineen flagship educational programs. The Health Education Program Specialist implements new educational programs and health initiatives to ensure the advancement of Lunder-Dineen strategic goals and objectives. The position incorporates effective teaching strategies into programs to support a diverse group with different learning styles, educational backgrounds and experience levels. Develops and continuously evaluates systems and supports to aid in the teaching of health care professionals. The position will work alongside the Senior Program manager as the face of Lunder-Dineen in Maine. The position calls for highly sophisticated relationship-building, project management, program implementation, program execution, and communications skills.
Expertise in teaching and/or continuing education is required as the position will be responsible for facilitating in person or virtual workshops for each program. The ability to manage several competing project streams across the signature programs is required. The position will also work closely with the Program Coordinator on administrative aspects of program implementation such as assistance with collateral materials and logistical meeting support. The Health Education Program Specialist must have experience in working collaboratively with interprofessional health care teams across settings. Mastery in relationship building with the various constituencies of our program practices is a critical component of this role. The position will be based in Maine and required to have an intimate understanding of the landscape, culture and people.
The position will need to plan and execute a work schedule that incorporates extensive in state travel to Lunder-Dineen partner organizations and sites, and comfort and experience with utilizing remote technology particularly. Candidate is required to have a minimum of a Bachelors degree, Masters degree is preferred. 5-7 years previous experience in health education, program implementation and program execution experience. Experience in presenting to various interprofessional health care teams across settings. The Health Education Program Specialist will spend 100% or more of their time in Maine traveling across the state to Lunder-Dineen practice sites and prospective practice sites. Experience with remote work technology and videoconferencing will be an essential part of the position. Depending on travel restrictions, this position may be required to travel at least one overnight per month.For more information about this exciting new opportunity and to apply online, please visit our website search for job ID # 3128456.