Players Center polo (which will be provided) when teaching; When teaching, member will also be required to wear khaki pants (not provided). Specific Baptist Health dress code will be provided during site orientation.
Monday-Friday, 8:30-5:00, some evening and weekends as needed Wolfson Children’s Hospital does not have holidays where we are closed. We have many opportunities where the member can make up time off. There are various health fairs and community networking events that are on the weekends and after 5:00 during the week.
Wolfson Children’s Hospital is a part of Baptist Health, the region's most comprehensive healthcare provider. Baptist Health's circle of care includes five nationally accredited hospitals and more than 70 primary care and specialty offices, as well as home health, rehabilitation and urgent care. THE PLAYERS Center for Child Health was founded in 2011 to improve the health, wellness and quality of life of the families living within the communities we serve. The Center also represents the interests of medically underserved children at the local, state and national government levels. The mission of Wolfson children’s hospital is to promote optimal health for the region’s infants and children by providing patient-and family-centered care, education, research and child advocacy.
A National Health Corps member that is very organized, detail-oriented, out-going, able to multi-task, relates well to children, is self-motivated, flexible and is a team player will succeed in this position. Member must have experience working with vulnerable populations, families, and working with children.
Public speaking, Educator, Experience with children, Spanish speaking would be a great addition.
National Health Corps Florida
Northeast Florida Healthy Start Coalition
644 Cesery Blvd Suite 210
Jacksonville, FL 32211