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Well-being Student Assistant

Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia

Job Title: Well-being Student Assistant

Location: System Office-Atlanta

Regular/Temporary: Temporary

Full/Part Time: Part-Time

Job ID: 225029

This Position Would Have Primary Responsibility With The Coordination Of Well-being Programs To Include

Job Summary The University System of Georgia Well-being department would like to invite a student to learn about building successful cultures of well-being in an assistantship. This position would work directly under the System Benefits Wellness Program Manager.

  • Designing and facilitating innovative, evidence-based programs
  • Assisting with program administration
  • Conducting primary research to inform of programs and initiatives
  • Developing and implementing evaluation tools

The University System of Georgia Well-being department welcomes any prospective candidates that match the aforementioned qualifications. The department will engage each candidate within two weeks of a submission to indicate next steps in the candidate appraisal process.Responsibilities

Assist System Benefits Wellness Program Manager with the coordination of Well-being program initiatives, program design and implementation, program evaluation, marketing, website updates, promoting programs and assisting the Well-being point of contacts at each institution. May also participate in planning, developing, and implementing well-being coordinator workshops.

Required Qualifications

  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
  • Must be a full or part time student at an University System of Georgia institution.
  • Over G.P.A. of 3.00 or higher
  • Coursework in health promotion, exercise science, kinesiology, public health, recreation or other related disciplines.
  • Experience with program facilitation, public speaking
  • Experience in survey design

Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities

  • The optimal candidate will have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office products; and strong communication skills, both written and verbal with great attention to detail.
  • Knowledge of health behavior change theories and principles
  • Data analysis skills, proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Access
  • Ability to present information in an engaging, professional, and effective manner

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