A Health Promotion Officer earns an average salary of $49,239 per year.

$33,410 - $59,495
MEDIAN: $49,238

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Job Description for Health Promotion Officer

Health promotion officers are responsible for promoting good health practices, often within the contexts of community groups, governmental health policies, educational health programs, or for the public in general. At the governmental level, health promotion officers may lobby state or federal governments for funding for particular health areas, such as domestic violence or depression. In other cases, they may organize health awareness programs for schools in areas such as diet, sexual activity and teenage pregnancy, or drug use. When involved in community or public health programs, they may write and produce public information campaigns, pamphlets, television and radio announcements, or websites. In other instances, they may provide face-to-face health advice to individuals.


Health Promotion Officer Tasks

  • Develop, implement and manage health programs.
  • Acts as a liaison to health program vendors.
  • Promote and communicate health programs.
  • Analyze health programs and policies to evaluate performance, effectiveness, areas of potential cost reduction, program improvement, or policy change.

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Common Health Benefits

medical benefits
Medical: 50%
dental benefits
Dental: 50%
medical benefits
dental benefits
None: 50%