Tobacco Cessation and Prevention Manager
Do you have a strong desire to support efforts to stop and prevent tobacco use? Are you experienced in researching, developing, and facilitating training and presentations? Do you enjoy researching and identifying issues and implementing solutions?
If so – this may be the opportunity for you!
Our client, a nonprofit based in Indianapolis, driven to have accessible healthcare coverage for all Hoosiers seeks a Manager, Tobacco Cessation and Prevention to develop messaging and provide guidance regarding the Tobacco Cessation Program. This individual will develop, conduct, and support strategic efforts and programs to stop and prevent tobacco use among Hoosiers. This person will research, develop, and facilitate training and presentations in various mediums on topics related to Tobacco Cessation and Prevention and healthcare coverage programs.
The successful candidate will be eligible to participate in a comprehensive benefits plan and salary in the range of $45,000 - $50,000 commensurate with experience.
What you'll do:
- Research and become the subject matter expert in all health insurance tobacco cessation programs and policies.
- Develop simple and practical information, action steps, and messaging designed to effectively inform Hoosiers who use tobacco about cessation.
- Develop and maintain professional relationships with partners and community stakeholders.
- Build expertise and develop training and supportive media.
- Review and interpret contracts to identify and develop compliance processes.
- Identify and research gaps in health equity and work toward achieving health equity.
- Develop and implement educational and cessation programs.
- Develop and implement Quality Control tools for case management tracking and reporting.
- Work with the Executive Director to develop and implement database elements for use in the TPC program.
- Develop database instructions for all users.
- Develop, implement, and maintain evaluation tools for the program.
Are you interested? If so, you will need the following:
- Associate’s degree with Bachelor’s degree preferred in Public Health, Public Administration, Health Care Administration, or a related discipline required.
- 5+ years’ experience in training and presenting to diverse audiences.
- Be willing and able to travel at least 50% of the time.
- Demonstrated proficiencies in research, development, and facilitation of effective training for adult learners.
- Ability to satisfy required and ongoing training and certification requirements as an Indiana Navigator and Federal Certified Application Counselor.
- Successful passage of criminal history background check.
- Ability to view issues and problems strategically.
- Strong understanding of federal and state privacy and confidentiality laws and regulations.
- Demonstrated computer and software literacy.
- Strong verbal and written communication skills.
- A sense of humor, flexibility, and ability to work as a team member.
- Driven to contribute to the mission.
We are an equal-opportunity employer.