Plans, develops and oversees the Injury Prevention Program for Sarasota Memorial Health Care System. Educates the community about injury prevention and trauma care. Seeks to indirectly decrease death and injury by improving trauma care within the region. Raises visibility of the Trauma Center through increasing public awareness by generating positive media coverage through community outreach.
- Require two (2) years of experience in trauma care, public health, and/or acute care setting, including health education.
- Require a Bachelor's degree in Public Health, Public Administration, Social Work, Nursing, or related field.
- Require basic working knowledge of commonly used computer applications.
- Prefer Master's degree in Public Health, Public Administration, Social Work, Nursing or related field.
- Prefer knowledge of the healthcare/safety resources in the community.
- Prefer knowledge and experience in health education.
- Prefer knowledge of the epidemiology of injury, including health burden, risk factors and disparities.
- Prefer experience in developing, overseeing and evaluating the effectiveness of community outreach programs.
- Prefer knowledge of communications theory, public relations techniques and media relations, including public speaking skills.
- Prefer strong organizational and planning skills, including effective time management and ability to handle multiple priorities.
- Prefer ability to work independently and with diverse groups and teams.
- Prefer strong written and speaking communication skills.
Required License and Certs
BLS: Basic Life Support/CPR
Preferred License and Certs
FDL: Valid Driver's License
Flexibility in work schedule required to cover events that may be scheduled on weekends in the community