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Pedestrian Safety Coordinator - Vermont Department of Health

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Location: Burlington, VT
Full-time position
Closing Date: January 24, 2018
Job #12181
Posted: January 12, 2018
Description:

This position, Pedestrian Safety Coordinator (Job Opening #622640), is open to all State employees and external applicants.

If you would like more information about this position, please contact Tanya Wells at (802) 863-7596 and tanya.wells@vermont.gov

Please note that multiple positions in the same work location may be filled from this job posting.

Resumes will not be accepted via e-mail.  You must apply online to be considered.

AHS BACKGROUND CHECKS:  Candidates must pass any level of background investigation applicable to the position.  In accordance with AHS Policy 4.02, Hiring Standards, Vermont and/or national criminal record checks, as well as DMV and adult and child abuse registry checks, as appropriate to the position under recruitment, will be conducted on candidates, with the exception of those who are current classified state employees seeking transfer, promotion or demotion into an AHS classified position or are persons exercising re-employment (RIF) rights.


   
Skills/Eligibility:

The Department of Health’s Vermont Injury Prevention program is looking for a Public Health professional to head up our new Pedestrian Safety Education program. This position requires knowledge of public health best practices, assessment, planning, program implementation, and evaluation. Preferred candidates will also have experience in communications and social marketing/media.

As a Pedestrian Safety Coordinator, your work will be focused on developing the Pedestrian Safety Education program. You’ll be responsible for researching and developing knowledge of current pedestrian safety programming and education in the state, and creating new prevention strategies. This will entail partnering with local organizations, such as Law Enforcement and School Districts and conducting analysis and evaluation of pedestrian safety data. Another part of the Pedestrian Safety Coordinator role will be developing public communications around pedestrian safety, including social media content.

The Pedestrian Safety Coordinator will be based out of our office in downtown Burlington, Vermont - right next to Church St. and easily accessible by public transit. You’ll report to our Program Supervisor. All employees of the Agency of Human Services perform their respective functions adhering to four key practices: customer service, holistic service, strengths-based relationships and results orientation.

For more information on our Injury Prevention Programming, click here.

To read the full job description for this position, please visit the DHR Job Specifications page.


 

 

Minimum Qualifications

 

Bachelor’s degree AND three (3) years or more in a health care, public health, or human service organization INCLUDING one (1) year or more at an administrative, consultative or planning level.

OR

Master’s degree in public health, public administration or a health field AND two (2) years or more in a health care, public health, or human service organization INCLUDING one (1) year or more at an administrative, consultative or planning level.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Candidates must pass any level of background investigation applicable to the position.  In accordance with AHS Policy 4.02, Hiring Standards, Vermont and/or national criminal record checks, as well as DMV and adult and child abuse registry checks, as appropriate to the position under recruitment, will be conducted on candidates, with the exception of those who are current classified state employees seeking transfer, promotion or demotion into an AHS classified position or are persons exercising re-employment (RIF) rights. 


  

 

Preferred Qualifications

 

Professional experience in Communications or Social Media/Marketing

Knowledge of Pedestrian Safety programming


 

 

Total Compensation