Communications Coordinator - Sound Body Sound Mind

Job Description:
Responsibilities To be considered for this position please submit a cover letter and resume at the end of the application Play an important role in improving the health and wellbeing of the youth in our community.
You can at UCLA Health.
As the Communications Coordinator for our Sound Body Sound Mind program (SBSM), you will help develop and coordinate a comprehensive marketing and public relations strategy to get the word out about this important program.
You will handle program communications and social media while creating and distributing materials for the program through various mediums.
You will also support development efforts, including grant writing and research, along with programming tasks to fulfill the SBSM mission.
UCLA Health Sound Body Sound Mind is an organization dedicated to fighting childhood obesity by installing state-of-the-art fitness programs in middle and high schools.
With 117 fitness centers in Los Angeles serving over 145,000 students every year, we are proud to have trained over 400 educators on our curriculum.
If you're looking to make a positive difference in the community while experiencing tremendous fulfillment in your career, you can at UCLA Health.
Qualifications To be considered for this position please submit a cover letter and resume at the end of the application We're seeking a detail-driven team player with: A degree in Communications, Marketing or related field, or 1-3 years of equivalent experienceExcellent written communication skillsStrong interpersonal and organizational abilitiesConfidentiality and discretion in handling sensitive materialsAbility to analyze and efficiently summarize information and dataComputer proficiency with MS Office, Adobe Design Suite and SalesforceAbility to work independently Proficiency in time management and prioritization

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