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Employment & Internships
- Health insurance benefits
- Employer-sponsored group term life insurance and long-term disability insurance
- Vacation, sick, personal and bereavement leave
- Eleven paid holidays
- 403 B retirement plan with employee contribution
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Job Title: Doula Program Coordinator
Department: Healthy Start – G.R.O.W. Doula Program
Location: Gainesville, FL
Employment Type: Full-Time
Salary: $45,000 to $50,000; plus benefits
Posting Closes: December 8, 2023
Apply at: https://tinyurl.com/WF1048
The Doula Coordinator is responsible for managing our community-based peer-to-peer Doula Program to ensure high-quality, evidence-based practices are being used to help mothers achieve a healthier and empowered birth. A doula is a trained non-medical professional who provides continuous physical, emotional, and informational support to a mother before, during, and shortly after childbirth in the immediate postpartum period. This program is designed to serve low-income, high-risk women throughout their pregnancy and their birth to improve pregnancy, maternal and infant health outcomes. Doula Program Coordinator – December 2023
Job Title: Connect Family Partner
Department: Healthy Start – Connect
Location: Marion County, FL – Advent Health Ocala
Employment Type: Full‐Time
Salary: $37,000 to $40,000; plus benefits
Posting Closes: Until 10/05/2023
Apply at: https://tinyurl.com/WF1020
This position with the Connect‐Coordinated Intake and Referral (CI&R) program provides resources and support for pregnant women, newborns and their families. This is an in‐person position, to discuss risks, needs, and answer questions to offer home visiting services to Healthy Families, Healthy Start, Parents as Teachers, Nurse‐Family Partnership, T.E.A.M. Dad and Newborn Home Visiting Program. This position requires strong communication skills, strong computer skills and basic knowledge of Medicaid, pregnancy issues and home visiting. Connect Family Partner (Advent Health) – September 2023- Oct Close Date
PUBLIC HEALTH INTERNSHIP
The Public Health Internship is coordinated with the University of Florida for students on track to complete a Master of Public Health degree. Internships are focused on one or more of the core competencies of public health and the students’ area of concentration. Interested students may contact the following programs for openings:
HIGH IMPACT PREVENTION PRACTICUM
The High Impact Prevention (HIP) project collaborates with Dr. Laura Guyer’s Practicum in Health Disparities course at the University of Florida to provide students with on-the-field experience and skills. In this practicum, students plan and execute testing events, administer HIV tests to individuals in the community, provide outreach and education, deliver materials to Business Responds to AIDs partners, and more across North Central Florida.
Each student is required to schedule an interview and attend orientation. After the orientation, the student will need to complete the HIV 501 Live course at the Department of Health.
The goal for this practicum site is for each student to leave with professional and personal growth that will help with their future endeavors.
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