VIDA Fitness currently have personal training opportunities at our location in Navy Yards Washington, DC.
Examples of Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Build client base by performing all VIDAfits (fitness assessments) to company standards
- Demonstrate the value of personal training, including safe and proper exercise techniques.
- Prepare and deliver comprehensive fitness programs based on clients’ goals.
- Motivate and inspire clients to get results through goal setting.
- Routinely tracks client progress, asks for feedback, and updates goals as necessary
- Teaches complimentary workshops to increase membership value
- Complete 60 billable sessions monthly within the first 90 days and consistently over 80 sessions within 180 days
- Maintains a 30% closing ratio of new business to VIDAfits performed
- Provide hospitality to all members.
- Hold a current NCCA Accredited Certification and CPR/AED
- 1-year Personal Training experience with 1:1 clients
- Knowledge of basic fitness assessments such as the: 3-minute Step Test, NASM over-head squat, and NASM push/ pull or plank
- Experience working in fitness center
- Excellent knowledge of relevant training equipment, modalities, apps and wearable technologies
Please contact Enrique Perez, Personal Training Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org
A Wider Circle is a grassroots nonprofit organization whose mission is to help individuals and families rise out of poverty. We are currently recruiting for Neighborhood Partnerships interns for both Summer and Fall 2018 semesters. This internship is designed for graduate students.
Neighborhood Partnerships Intern Our Neighborhood Partnerships Program works from within our region’s most deeply impoverished neighborhoods. We bring together all sectors of the greater community, connecting residents with vital support services and walking alongside them as they revitalize their communities from within. The Neighborhood Partnerships Program will focus on building safe and vibrant neighborhoods, providing education and employment support, creating networks of long-term support and connection, and providing basic need items. Interns for this program will be placed at a site in Southeast, DC and will work closely with our Neighborhood Partnerships team to expand upon our efforts and ensure that the entire community is served with dignity and respect.
● Assist in daily operational activities, including answering office phones, directing calls, and filing documents
● Assist with implementation of various programs for youth and adults ● Schedule appointments for residents in need of professional development support or basic need items ● Maintain database of potential partners including businesses, civic associations, faith-based organizations, schools, and individuals ● Collecting and cleaning participant data used in reporting documents Qualifications ● A passion and demonstrated commitment to the movement to end poverty ● Ability to bring a collected energy and professional demeanor to the work ● Excellent organizational, communication, and writing skills ● Interns must have access to a vehicle All internships are unpaid. To apply, email a resume and cover letter to email@example.com. Please include your dates of availability.
External Healthcare Awards and Recognitions Coordinator
Title: External Healthcare Awards and Recognitions Coordinator
Department: Strategic Planning
Reports to: Manager of Strategic Planning
Job Location: Baltimore, MD
The External Healthcare Awards & Recognition Coordinator works closely with leadership and clinicians across LifeBridge Health to gain recognition from external organizations/publications for our excellence in clinical care, research, and healthcare management (e.g. US News Best Hospitals). The coordinator provides leadership in market analysis, methodology review, completion of applications, and efforts to gain new awards or improve standings. Strong analytical, communication, and presentation skills will be critical in engaging stakeholders and achieving local, state, or national recognitions.
Key Job Functions:
– Keep up-to-date list of all publically available awards and recognitions of healthcare organizations
– Analyze the results and methodologies of awards and recognitions publications to drive improvement in current scores or receipt of new recognitions
– Build relationships with stakeholders both internal and external to LifeBridge Health including clinicians, administrators and staff to improve the organizations awards and recognitions
– Lead the coordination of submitting data and applications to external organizations used for award and recognition calculations (e.g. American Hospital Association annual survey)
– Identify areas for improvement and provide project support that will benefit LifeBridge’s position in awards and recognitions
Company Background: LifeBridge Health is a regional health care organization serving northwest Baltimore and its surrounding counties. LifeBridge Health consists of Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Northwest Hospital, Carroll Hospital, Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital, LifeBridge Health & Fitness, hundreds of primary care and specialty physicians throughout the region, and many affiliated health-related partners. As one of the largest and most comprehensive providers of health-related services to the people of the northwest Baltimore region, LifeBridge Health advocates preventive services, wellness and fitness services, and programs to educate and support the communities it serves.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in a business or healthcare related field required. Master’s degree in health care or business administration preferred.
Experience: 3-5 years’ of healthcare experience strongly preferred
- Strong analytical, communication, and presentation skillset required
- Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Powerpoint)
- Healthcare Terminology (basic familiarity)
The Strategic Planner position is a Masters preferred role, experience in strategy, consulting, or analytics (includes internship) preferred, but not necessary. The interview process is case-based, so case-interview preparation is encouraged. The role is built specifically for a graduating MHA student to apply for a full time opportunity, and we have developed a career ladder within the department to encourage promotion and advancement to the next career levels.
The role focuses on strategic analytics, planning, finance, and negotiations, including many presentations to senior leadership. An extroverted and quantitative student with strong presentation & communication skills and strong knowledge of Excel and corporate finance is integral to success.
Our strategy offices located at The Hershey Company Corporate Headquarters across the street from HersheyPark, Troegs Brewing, and Tanger Outlets. Hershey, PA is 15 minutes from Harrisburg, PA, 2 hours northwest of Philadelphia, 3 hours west of NYC, 3 hours east of Pittsburgh, 90 minutes north of Baltimore, and 2 hours north of Washington DC. We are a 10 minute drive to an Amtrak Station that goes to Philadelphia and NYC – which makes for some great travel opportunities.
Our department is extremely active and growing. Recently, Penn State Health announced a new partnership with Highmark Health (which includes a major Blue plan) who has joined us as a minority member; together we will invest over $1 billion towards the development of a high-value, community-based network in Pennsylvania.
Interested students to apply here: http://careers.pennstatehershey.org/job/7250676/strategic-planner-penn-state-health-strategic-planning-hershey-pa/ and please contact Anna Myers at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Program Communications- Graduate Fellow
Time: Spring 2018- June 30 2018
Supervision: Program Manager- MS Business Analytics and MS Project Management
Pay: $17 /hr
Hours: 20 hours per week
Training provided by: Supervisor
Position Type: On Campus Job
Number of Openings: 1
Travel Percentage: No travel
The Graduate Fellowship position will support the Master of Science in Business Analytics
(MSBA) and Master of Science in Project Management (MSPM) programs. The position reports
directly to individual program manager assigned to him/her. This position would be an excellent
fit for anyone interested in higher education administration or international education.
Primary Job Duties:
Following up with admitted students and communicating needs to program manager and
Send onboarding email communication
Monitor general inbox for inquiries about the programs
Provide direct communication to potential applicants and current applications via email,
phone, or in person
Assist in coordinating the Student Outreach Ambassadors for the program for MSBA and
Generate admissions reports from Salesforce (number of: applications, admitted
students, committed students, and outstanding decisions)
Administrative support, admissions-related
Ability to utilize MS Word, Excel, PDF and Powerpoint. Comfortable using office equipment such
as: fax, copier, printer, email, phone etc. Experience in admissions is preferred.
George Washington University School of Business 2001 G Street NW
Washington, DC 20052
Send a cover letter and resume to Devin Belzer email@example.com
Accounts to: Senior Program Officer, U.S. Foreign Policy and Director of Advocacy and Policy
Based in: Washington, DC
Period: Two years
The International Women’s Health Coalition (IWHC) promotes and protects the sexual and reproductive rights and health of women and young people, particularly adolescent girls, in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East. IWHC advances this agenda by supporting and strengthening local leaders and organizations working within their communities and at the national and regional levels; by advocating for international policies, programs, and funding; and by seeking to influence U.S. policy on these matters.
IWHC builds bridges between local realities and global policy-making by connecting women and youth leaders in the Global South to key decision-makers. In doing so, IWHC brings local voices to global debates and in turn, makes global processes and policies more understandable and actionable at the local level.
The International Women’s Health Coalition envisions a world in which women and girls:
have access to the information and services they need to enhance and protect their
health and achieve their full potential;
can make informed choices about their sexuality, relationships, pregnancy, child-bearing
and marriage, free of discrimination, coercion, and violence;
are equally and effectively engaged in decisions that affect their sexual and reproductive
rights and health; and
lead movements working to advance sexual and reproductive rights and health.
In the US and abroad, the Trump Administration and Congress are poised to significantly
undermine women’s and girls’ sexual and reproductive rights. In 2017, the Trump Administration
reinstated and expanded the “global gag rule”; cut off funding for UNFPA; and proposed drastic
cuts to reproductive health and family planning funding, among other actions, which would
restrict women’s access to comprehensive reproductive health care and threaten their health
and lives. This new, two-year program associate position will work in Washington, DC to support
IWHC’s US Foreign Policy team to mount strategic and coordinated resistance to laws and
policies that would threaten sexual and reproductive rights globally. The Program Associate will
contribute to the development and execution of IWHC’s advocacy strategies, with a focus on
developing highly strategic and impactful advocacy messages, campaigns, materials and
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Advocacy and Policy Program Support
Assist in the development and implementation of high impact advocacy campaigns to
prevent and respond to attacks on sexual and reproductive rights;
Work with DC-based program staff to mobilize and engage in alliances and coalitions to
advance sexual and reproductive rights, human rights and justice;
Keep IWHC staff informed about developments in U.S. funding, legislation, policies and
programs related to sexual and reproductive health, HIV/AIDS and women’s rights and
make recommendations for IWHC’s public policy efforts.
Raise awareness of Congressional offices and key government decision makers about
IWHC issues and priorities;
Assist in the organization of public events, seminars and briefings in DC and at the
Conduct research for and assist in the drafting of cutting-edge analysis on US foreign
policy on sexual and reproductive rights;
Collect stories about how US foreign policy impacts the health and rights of women and
girls globally and create platforms to give voice to IWHC partners;
Work with program and communications staff to develop clear and compelling messages
for the media, decision-makers, and IWHC supporters;
Contribute to the development of strategies and work plans for both the Advocacy and
Policy Program and IWHC.
Provide general administrative support, including, but not limited to, photocopying, filing,
handling routine written and telephone communications, and keeping databases
Other responsibilities as assigned.
Please note: This position will not conduct any direct lobbying, as defined by federal tax laws.
Passion for and demonstrated commitment to sexual and reproductive rights and justice.
B.A. and two to four years administrative experience required; Masters degree preferred.
A nuanced understanding of how to drive change within Congress and with US
Exceptional ability to think strategically and tactically, to communicate clearly and to
Willingness and ability to travel domestically (to NYC regularly) and internationally on
COMPENSATION: Competitive salary and excellent benefits, including generous vacation time,
and no employee contribution for employee-only medical, dental and vision coverage, among
APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 20, 2018. Applications will be accepted and reviewed on
a rolling basis.
DESIRED START DATE: As soon as possible.
TO APPLY: Send cover letter (including ref. #USFP2018 and salary requirements) and resume
to: Liisa Sweet-Korpivaara @ fax 212-979-9009, or via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We cannot respond to all inquiries—only candidates for consideration will be contacted.
Regrettably we will not accept phone calls.
IWHC is an equal opportunity employer. IWHC strictly prohibits discrimination against
any employee or applicant for employment because of the individual’s race, ethnicity,
religion, age, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, HIV status or
disability. This policy applies to all IWHC activities including, but not limited to,
recruitment, hiring, compensation, assignment, training, promotion, discipline and
discharge. We are committed to seeking qualified candidates who contribute to the
diversity of the working environment.
The Congressional Research Service (CRS), Domestic Social Policy Division is seeking an Analyst in Health Policy to work on issues related to biomedical and health services policy. A general understanding of the biomedical and clinical sciences is an important component of this position. In addition, an understanding of the relationship between health sciences (e.g., pharmacology, toxicology, anatomy, physiology) and federal health policies and programs will be an important element of the position.
The Analyst in Health Policy duties include providing objective, expert public policy analysis and consultation to congressional committees, Members, and staff; including preparing objective, non-partisan and innovative analytical studies on public policy issues of national or international significance; providing personal assistance as an expert on public policy issues throughout the legislative process, including analyzing, appraising, and evaluating legislative proposals; and participating in or leading multidisciplinary team research projects and seminars. The employee is also expected to develop over time the skills necessary to provide public policy and legislative analysis and consultation to congressional committees, Members, and staff at increasingly sophisticated levels.
Initial appointments will be made for a period up to 120 days beginning in the spring/summer of 2018. Initial appointments may be eligible for subsequent conversion to permanent appointments, contingent upon participants’ performance and completion of all degree requirements, and availability of funding.
CRS is fully committed to workforce diversity. Interested applicants must apply onlinehttps://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/490343600.
At MedStar Health, we combine the best aspects of academic medicine, research, and innovation with a complete spectrum of clinical services in the advancement of patient care. As the largest healthcare provider in Maryland and the Washington, D.C. metro area, MedStar Health impacts the lives of millions of people each day. Here, our patient-first philosophy combines care, compassion and clinical excellence with an emphasis on customer service.
If you’re looking for the opportunity to make a real impact, this may be the opportunity for you.
Conducts analysis to support to strategy and business planning function.
EDUCATION: Bachelors degree in Business, Finance, Health Administration or Public Health required. Masters degree preferred.
EXPERIENCE: 2 years market/environmental and quantitative analytic experience required. Healthcare planning experience preferred.
LICENSE/CERT/REG: No special certification, registration or licensure is required.
SKILLS: Experience with Microsoft Office Suite required. Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel preferred. Excellent verbal and written communication skills and Advanced data interpretation required. Experience using business intelligence software a plus. Highly motivated, self-starter with a natural sense of curiosity, the ability to adapt to change, exercise initiative, and use independent judgment.
MedStar Health values your knowledge, supports your ambition, and offers competitive compensation, excellent benefits, generous paid time off, and more. Join a staff that goes above and beyond every day to provide the best quality of care to our patients.