AHEC Career Enhancement Scholars

We are now accepting applications for the 2018-2019 ACES Program.  The ACES Program provides students with structured career exploration and health career-skill building activities. Program components also include college readiness, career planning, More >>

 

We’re Hiring!

 

Open Positions

Administrative Assistant

Part-time, hourly (20 hours per week), temporary

Duties: general office duties; establish office electronic filing system; professional correspondence with program participants and statewide offices; data entry

Skills: efficient time management; attention to detail/accurate record keeping; effective oral communication; accurate written communication; basic computer literacy required including proficiency in Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher)

Education/Experience: High school diploma required, some college education preferred; previous office experience preferred; electronic filing experience preferred

Applications accepted until position is filled. Review of applicants begins January 2, 2019.

 

Program Coordinator

Part-time, hourly (20 hours per week), temporary

Duties: facilitate programs for college students pursuing health careers; correspond with potential health presenters to schedule educational seminars; coordinate with educational and health facilities for programs; write program reports and maintain accurate records; data entry; professional correspondence and interactions with program participants and statewide offices; some travel may be required

Skills: efficient time management; attention to detail/accurate record keeping; effective oral communication; accurate written communication; public speaking; basic computer literacy required, including proficiency in Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher);

Education/Experience: Some college education required, Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree in health-related field preferred; grant reporting experience preferred; previous experience in health-related programs preferred

Applications accepted until position is filled. Review of applicants begins January 2, 2019.

 

Paid Internship Opportunity

Spring 2019 Semester (January 14-May 10)

Summer 2019 Session (May 1-August 2)

240 total hours at $10.00/hour

Duties: plan, implement, and evaluate regional day camps and programs; professional correspondence with program participants, educational facilities, and statewide offices; data entry and program reports; schedule meetings and programs; solicit program donations for regional day camps; some travel may be required

Skills: efficient time management; attention to detail/accurate record keeping; effective oral communication; accurate written communication; public speaking; basic computer literacy required including proficiency in Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher)

Education/Experience: Minimum of 60 completed semester credits/hours college education required; previous experience in health-related programs preferred

Review of Spring Semester applications begins January 2, 2019, and will continue until the position is filled.

Review of Summer Semester applications begins March 1, 2019, and will continue until the position is filled.

 

Application Materials

Submit written letter of interest, resume, application, and three professional references to Robin Worthington, Executive Director, by email [email protected], or hard copy sent to:  Executive Director, NEMO AHEC, 312 South Elson Street, Kirksville, Missouri 63501.  Applications may be printed here or obtained at the NEMO AHEC office at 312 South Elson Street, Kirksville, Missouri 63501.

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