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Health & Wellness Coordinator
William J. Fileti Institute of Lifestyle Medicine
This health and wellness coordinator (H&W coordinator) is key member of the William J. Fileti Institute of Lifestyle Medicine leadership team. The H&W coordinator works closely with the other members of the leadership team to create the plan for health and wellness initiatives. Once the plans are determined the H&W coordinator leads implementation of the plan. The H&W coordinator monitors the impact of the initiatives and makes changes as needed to maximize the impact of these initiatives. The health and wellness coordinator inspires providers, staff, and patients to engage in healthier habits via individual and group health coaching.
University of North Texas
We are seeking a faculty member who recognizes the importance of a values-based culture, who is innovative and team-oriented. This core faculty position in the department of Lifestyle Health Sciences requires involvement in program planning, implementation, teaching, research and service. Faculty will be responsible for creating original, interactive, online content; coordinating lifestyle medicine and coaching outreach endeavors; and providing community service. We are looking for a dynamic, self-starter with experience in behavioral psychology, and graduate online teaching who is committed to being part of an inter-professional team.
Nurse Practitioner or Physicians Assistant
Looking for an experienced and enthusiastic lifestyle medicine practitioner for a part time opening with a well established and rapidly growing Weight management practice. We offer a competitive pay scale. We are located in Brighton, MA.
Make clinical judgements based on comprehensive assessment of the history inclusive of psychological, social and environmental needs of the client.
Develop a problem list, diagnose, screen for preventative health issues, examination, health history, and discuss patient concerns.
Develop treatment plan within the scope of practice, appropriate follow up and collaboration with the team members.
Prescribe medications as appropriate.
Complete chart notes within a timely manner.
Promotes wellness and provides education regarding preventive care measures.
NP or PA certification
Health Wellness Coach training
Demonstrated understanding of the scope of clinical competence, including physical assessment, health coaching and lifestyle counseling.
Commitment to continuing professional development through independent reading and study, and through participation in continuing education programs.
Application of Electronic Medical Records.
Institute of Coaching
We are looking for an enthusiastic part-time Marketing Manager to develop, lead and execute overall IOC marketing activities. You will lead the development and execution of marketing plans to expand brand awareness (including digital platforms), new-member acquisition, loyalty, and retention, as well as marketing of IOC offerings.
The IOC Marketing Manager will be a technically-savvy professional able to grasp coach behavior trends, be innovative, and work effectively with social media content, CRM and web/design teams. You will generate creative ideas for new product features, content, communications, and be responsible for implementing marketing activities. You will be well-versed in the full product life cycle, and end-to-end digital, financial and native marketing concepts required to be effective in today’s fast-paced, hybrid/virtual programming environments.
Associate Vice Provost for Faculty Development
University of Massachusetts Medical School, Office of Faculty Affairs
The Office of Faculty Affairs (OFA) at the University of Massachusetts Chan Medical School (UMass Chan) in Worcester, MA, is recruiting a full-time faculty member at the rank of Assistant Professor to full Professor level as the Associate Vice Provost for Faculty Development (AVP). The AVP will be responsible for leading the faculty professional development initiatives for the University as well as the end-to-end execution of process improvement projects, quality initiatives, and other projects. The AVP will also be responsible for defining and executing enterprise-wide organizational development strategies, policies, and practices based on strategic goals and talent needs. The AVP will develop and implement initiatives to increase high potential talent recruitment, retention, succession planning, and engagement. The AVP will continue to lead existing programming such as the new hire orientation and onboarding, learning, leadership and professional development, and individual faculty mentoring with the goal of ensuring that the University of Massachusetts Chan Medical School is an Employer-of-Choice.
A successful candidate will possess experience working in an academic medical institution with demonstrated skills in faculty mentoring, development, and coaching, as well as experience in identifying strategic gaps and/or opportunities within organizations as it relates to faculty and faculty development.