The average pay for a Health Promotion Coordinator with Program Development skills is $17.49 per hour.
The average pay for a Health Promotion Coordinator with Program Development skills is $52,029 per year.
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Job Description for Health Promotion Coordinator
Health promotion coordinators use a variety of means and incentives to help promote healthy lifestyles and activities. These professionals may work for a private company or for a public institution such as a community center. When they work for corporations, health promotion coordinators organize healthy lifestyle programs for all employees. This may include organizing health screenings, health-related educational programs, incentive programs and fitness activities, as well as overseeing in-house fitness centers and related programs such as yoga and aerobics. Health promotion coordinators must make sure that the company’s gym is well maintained, and they may have to give health-related presentations to their company’s employees.Read More...
When working for community centers or other public institutions, health promotion coordinators focus on the health of the entire community. They promote health-related issues such as vaccinations, physical exercise and good nutrition. They make sure that that their community has adequate, relevant health information to lead a healthy lifestyle, and they help ensure that community members have the necessary tools to make informed health decisions. In the course of their work, health promotion coordinators may work with doctors, nurses, government officials and other related professionals.
Employers generally require that candidates for health promotion coordinator positions have at least a bachelor's degree in physiology, nutrition, exercise or another health-related field. These coordinators must possess accurate, up-to-date knowledge of fitness, nutrition and other aspects of health. Additionally, they should have strong leadership, organizational, interpersonal and public speaking skills. (Copyright 2019 PayScale.com)
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