A division of Utah Retirement Systems, PEHP is a non-profit trust with the vital job of providing health benefits to Utah’s public employees and their families.
This is a part time, non-benefited position, working less than 20 hours/week.
Develops, implements,coordinates, and provides support to PEHP Healthy Utah and staff. Performs a full range of program tasks that may include testing event coordination, program development, promotion, implementation, and monitoring and reporting. Promotes health and wellness objectives through wellness seminars and health education programs. Conducts
health-related presentations to PEHP Healthy Utah’s target population.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Education and Experience
Bachelor’s degree in health education, community or public health education, plus three (3) years of full time experience coordinating a wellness program (design, implementation and coordination); or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Must have a working knowledge of agency and/or organizational program(s). Requires familiarity with agency and community resources and services. Must have the ability to communicate information and ideas clearly, and concisely, in writing; read and understand information presented in writing; ability to follow written and verbal instructions; use logic to analyze or identify underlying principles, reasons, or facts associated with information or data to draw conclusions; and provide individual, group and/or family counseling.
Must have general knowledge of applicable laws, rules, regulations and/or policies and procedures. Must have a working knowledge of research methods, techniques, and/or sources of information. Requires ability to use automated software applications. Requires excellent organization and time management skills.
Incumbent performs in a typical office setting with appropriate climate controls. Tasks require a variety of physical activities which do not generally involve muscular strain, but do require activities related to walking, standing, stooping, sitting, reaching, talking, hearing and seeing. Common eye, hand, finger dexterity required to perform essential functions.
Risks found in the typical office setting, which is adequately lighted, heated and ventilated, e.g., safe use of office equipment, avoiding trips and falls, observing fire regulations, etc. Typically, the employee may sit comfortably to perform the work; however, there may be some walking; standing; bending; carrying light items, etc. Special physical demands are not required to perform the work.
Job duties require occasional travel for office business. Individual must be physically capable of safely operating a vehicle, possess a valid license and have an acceptable driving record based upon data provided by a current Department of Motor Vehicle Record (MVR).