Tobacco Education
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Job Title: Tobacco Education Program Coordinator
 Open until filled 
Job Class: Community Education and Outreach
Job Hours: 32-40 hours/week
Description: Human Response Network (HRN) is currently seeking a full time Program Coordinator I for the Tobacco Education Program who is passionate about creating positive changes in Trinity County.  This position provides the opportunity to work closely with community members, local organizations, and youth to promote a tobacco-free culture and provide tobacco education outreach as well as work with local policy makers to help support tobacco control and smoke-free policies.  This position is responsible for coordinating the Tobacco Education Program including developing and implementing education and public health policy-related activities and writing reports.  Starting wage for the position is $15.73-$16.20/hr. DOE + benefits. Bachelor of Arts in a related field and one year of experience in program implementation, community education, and program evaluation preferred.  Candidates must be able to pass a background check.
HRN is a community based organization providing crisis intervention, education, and prevention programs that promote personal empowerment and mutual respect to better the lives of all people in Trinity County.  We offer a creative, flexible working environment where self-starters and collaborators are highly valued.  Benefits include medical, dental, and vision insurance coverage; paid vacation and sick time; and agency contributions to a retirement fund.
A cover letter, resume, and completed HRN job application are required to apply.  A complete application package can be emailed to; mailed to PO Box 2370, Weaverville, CA 96093; or hand delivered to HRN at 111 Mountain View St., Weaverville, CA.  This position is open until filled.

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