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HealthyWomen is an equal opportunity employer. This means that we don't discriminate against people because of their race, ethnicity, sex, age, religion, national origin, marital status, pregnancy, personal appearance, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, family responsibilities, matriculation, genetic information, or political affiliation.
HealthyWomen, the nation's leading independent health information source for women, is looking to hire its next Program Director to develop, implement and manage the organization's growing portfolio of health awareness and education programs. This individual must be passionate about women's health, highly motivated, and ready to contribute to the goals of strengthening HealthyWomen's programs and the organization.
As Program Director, you will report to the Vice President of Education. You will be responsible for the ideation, development and implementation of creative and engaging content for our programs--including health education campaigns, events, and scientific roundtables. This role will help HealthyWomen ensure our educational content serves our audience of women 35+, engages women creatively, meets HealthyWomen's editorial standards, fulfills the program's objectives, and ensures HealthyWomen remains unique and competitive. Your day-to-day will consist of working in coordination with the education team to create and present customized, creative and impactful health education programs on various areas of women's health. In the implementation phase, you will effectively collaborate with the editorial team and its writers, the digital and creative teams, and communications to develop engaging, interesting and accurate content. The program director will work with the digital and communications team on social media marketing tactics to drive engagement; communications plans to promote content; and program reporting to track outcomes ensure program success.
This role is cross-functional and includes working closely with all HealthyWomen staff. You will also engage HealthyWomen's technical advisors and medical reviewers to ensure program content is medically accurate and informs our audience with actionable, relevant insights into their health.
Roles and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Participating in brainstorming sessions with development and education teams to offer creative ways to reach our audience and respond to funders' interests
- Researching disease-specific facts, information, innovations and timely articles for content ideas
- Developing, editing and reviewing health educational materials for different audiences in a variety of formats (articles, infographics, animated videos, toolkits, interviews)
- Working collaboratively across the organization on successfully planning, implementing and promoting HealthyWomen's educational content and programs.
- Identifying medical experts for source interviews, reviews, and presentations
- Ensuring timely delivery of content
- Tracking success of programs through process and content evaluations
- Protecting and managing the HealthyWomen brand while meeting grant requirements
- Planning and implementing meetings, roundtables, panels, etc., including coordinating logistics, scheduling, and agendas.
- Performing additional responsibilities as needed
- Commitment to HealthyWomen's mission and core values and passionate about women's health
- Ability to think critically and creatively, both independently and in small teams
- Excellent organizational and time management skills combined ability to handle multiple shifting priorities and deadlines in a fast-paced environment
- Exceptional oral and written communication skills, including editing skills and the ability to translate complex ideas into clear, easy-to-understand concepts optimized for the web
- Understanding of how to responsibly present medical information/scientific research to a general audience
- Working knowledge of the women's health public policy and advocacy environment
- Ability to work on a variety of digital platforms and understand how to create content for online and mobile audiences
- Strong project management, monitoring and execution skills
- Ability to work successfully with partners on coordinated execution of projects
- Understanding of health literacy, cultural sensitivity, and usability
- Responsible, flexible, collaborative and hard-working
Preferred candidates have:
- Bachelor's degree in a health-related field is required. Graduate degree in public health or similar discipline preferred or in place of Masters, 10+ years of relevant experience.
- 7-10 years of health education, program management and digital production experience required, ideally with background in the health and wellness space from a magazine or digital publication
This position is a full time position, remote, and offers scheduling flexibility. The position will be contract for 3 months with a possibility of moving into a permanent position. Some in-person domestic travel to meetings and events is expected.
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