Career Opportunity - Health Communications Specialist
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Do you excel in health communications? Are you looking for an opportunity to make a difference in pressing public health initiatives across the country? Or do you know someone who does? If the answer is yes, then, please read the full job announcement and details about how to apply.
Our office recently posted a job announcement for a Health Communications Specialist. The successful candidate will be able to collaborate and manage a variety of communications projects. Applicants need at least one year of specialized experience at the GS-13 level in federal service to qualify for this job. We outline more information in the job announcement, but will be looking for someone who can:
- Lead the development, implementation, and evaluation of public health communication campaigns and activities;
- Advise on the use of communications and media, including digital media, to provide accurate and audience-appropriate information on public health topics;
- Implement best practices into communication and marketing approaches; and
- Collaborate with staff, management officials, and stakeholders to strategically incorporate health communication and marketing strategies into program goals and activities.
This permanent, full-time position is in Rockville, Maryland. The salary listed in the job announcement ranges from $132,368 - $172,075 per year, depending on experience and other factors. Some telework will be allowed, as outlined in the agency policy. Occasional travel may also be needed as part of the job.
Benefits include a comprehensive benefits package for employees and their families. Those interested in applying should do so before April 28, 2023. To apply, please read the full job announcement on USAJOBS.