Job Announcement: Senior Executive Support & HR Specialist

JOB TITLE: SENIOR EXECUTIVE SUPPORT & HR SPECIALIST

Reports to: Executive Director

Hours: Full Time, 40 hours/week, hourly, FLSA status: exempt, not eligible for overtime pay. Schedule is typically Mon -- Fri 8am-5pm, some evening or weekend hours may be required.

Compensation: $55-70,000 annually DOE. Generous benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life, S&LTD, 403(B) plan with generous employer contribution, paid time off and 10 paid company holidays. All employees have the opportunity for annual merit raises based on prior performance.

Position will remain open until filled. First review of applications will begin on May 19, 2017.

Senior Executive Support and HR Specialist.pdf Application_Senior Exec Support and HR Specialist.pdf

Meet the Spotlight Award Honorees

The Spotlight Award recognizes and honors those who are actively creating enduring health equity in Washington State, this award includes a $1000.00 cash prize to be used at the recipient’s discretion – no restrictions or strings attached – as well as a free registration to our annual conference, The Science of HOPE.

As you may recall, we recently made a call for nominations of health equity heroes. We asked you to submit individuals, organizations, and businesses that you admire; shedding a light on those working tirelessly to create enduring health equity. Inaugural honorees included a doula, journalist, high school teacher, community health worker coordinator and a small businessBelow, meet the list of the incredible individuals and organizations who were nominated by their peers.

Congratulations to Spotlight Award Honorees:

Community Health Worker Collaborative of Pierce County Advocating for community health workers in health reform, systems change, and advocacy

Danielle Askini Trans activist & policy wonk

Emma Medicine White Crow Facilitating cross-cultural partnerships for community priorities

Gabriela Condrea Creator of TangoStride helping people dance to walk

Health Equity Circle Bringing students together to address health equity issues

Hope Circle of Kitsap & Olympic Peninsulas A safe and supportive group for pregnant & postpartum moms

Ijeoma Oluo Writer, speaker and internet yeller

Jody Becker-Green Leading a correctional system inspired by hope & rooted in humanity

K. Wyking Garrett Entrepreneur, educator, and community servant

La Casa Hogar Connecting and educating Latina families to transform lives & build community

Laundry Love Business by day and act of compassion by night.

Leaders in Women's Health Forging a pathway for civic engagement & leadership

Margaret Braun Reframing challenges to create hope

Margarita Celis Passionate doula supporting women and families

Marion Lee Creating authentic connections between people and systems

Nathan Gibbs-Bowling High school teacher and founding member of Teachers United

Room One One stop support center for a healthy and violence free future

Safe Harbor Free Clinic Free comprehensive healthcare for the Safe Harbor community 

Sharlaine LaClair Dedicated to empowering people and strengthening community

Vaelupemaua Anitema Community Healthcare Advocate helping single mom’s & families

Health Policy Newsletter

Welcome to the 2017 Legislative Session!

Stay up-to-date with our Health Policy Newsletter, bringing you weekly updates about legislative action impacting community health.

Jan 4, 2017 Health Policy News You Can Use: Pre-Session Edition In this issue we touch on McCleary, present policy briefs, review Governor Inslee's budget, offer a guide to the players, and look at youth advocacy happening in Clark County.

Jan 9, 2017 Health Policy News You Can Use: Inaugural Issue In this issue we give an overview of the 2017 Legislative session and what to expect. We discuss the Education Funding Task Force, review the state's mental health system in Governor Inslee's budget, and offer shortcuts for tracking bills, following agendas and schedules, and resources for following what is sure to be an interesting session!

Jan 16, 2017 Health Policy News You Can Use: Commence the Pomp and Circumstance In this issue we review Governor Inslee's inaugural address, track bills regarding prevention and physical environments, offer resources regarding raising the age to purchase alcohol and tobacco products, and share articles and hearings we will be watching this week. 

Jan 23, 2017 Health Policy News You Can Use: The Pace Is Picking Up In this issue we discuss the rule change adopted by the Republican controlled Senate last week from Lieutenant Governor Cyrus Habib. We reviewed multiple bills related to health policy, and offered current reading and resources. 

Jan 30, 2017 Health Policy News You Can Use: A Flurry of Bills In this issue we examine a number of new bills that have dropped and discuss interesting events that happened in the Senate this fourth week of legislative session! As always, we offer relevant resources, articles, and interviews for you to read and watch.

Feb 6, 2017 Health Policy News You Can Use: McCleary, McCleary, McCleary In this issue we talk McCleary and the indroduction of the Education Equality Act. More bills are added to the tracking list and a variety of public health resources are added to the "What We're Watching" and "What We're Reading" columns. 

Feb 13, 2017 Health Policy News You Can Use: First Bill Cut-Off! In this issue we review the bill cutoff calendar and requirements, continue to track a multitude of bills, and offer new resources and reading. 

Feb 20, 2017 Health Policy News You Can Use: Week Seven Heats Up! In this issue we discuss NTIB bills, learn about the House & Senate Rules Committee processes, review McCleary funding proposals, and offer new resources and reading. 

Feb 27, 2017 Health Policy News You Can Use: We've Made it to Week Eight In this issue we share highlights from Children's Day at the Capitol, review the language used when amending bills, and offer resources and articles. 

March 13, 2017 Health Policy News You Can Use: Switching Sides In this issue we discuss the Levy Cliff Bill, the Equal Pay Opportunity Act and the spring revenue forecast. We also review the NTIB designation and offer new resources and reading. 

March 20, 2017 Health Policy News You Can Use: Economic & Revenue Forecast In this issue we review the spring quarter forecast released by the Economic and Revenue Forecast Council and offer new resources and reading. 

March 27, 2017 Health Policy News You Can Use: Budget, Budget, Budget You guessed it. In this issue we review the many budget updates and proposals. 

April 3, 2017 Health Policy News You Can Use: Waiting Game! Five Budgets Out, One To Go In this issue we review the House Budget and new revenue approaches, the Senate Capital Budget, and offer resources and articles.

April 10, 2017 Health Policy News You Can Use: Two Weeks Until Sine Die? In this issue we review more budgets, update bills and budget items we're watching, and offer resources and articles

April 17, 2017 Health Policy News You Can Use: One Week to Sine Die! In this issue we talk bills, budgets and next steps. 

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2017 Advocacy Days & Policy Resources

  • To check on a bill, go to the main bill information site to set up a log-in account. You can then find legislation by bill number, prime sponsor or by topic.
  • Legislative Committees schedules, agendas and calendars
  • To see video, or hear audio, of any legislative meeting or floor debate, go to www.tvw.org.
  • General Information Website for Legislation, here
  • Session Committee Meeting Schedules, here
  • Summary of Introduced House Legislative Bills, here; Senate Legislative Bills, here
  • House Floor Activity Reports, here (shows live status of House floor)
  • Senate Floor Activity Reports, here (shows live status of Senate floor)
2017 Advocacy Days.pdf A Guide to Reading a Legislative Measure.pdf Connecting With Your Member of Congress.pdf The Course of a Bill .pdf How a Bill Becomes Law.pdf 2017-2019 Budget Updates As of April 14, 2017.pdf

Spotlight Award Inaugural Honorees Announced

Collectively identified by the staff at Foundation for Healthy Generations, meet the first five honorees of our annual Spotlight on Health Equity Awards program!

Ijeoma Oluo Writer, speaker and internet yeller. 

Laundry Love Business by day and act of compassion by night.

Margarita Celis Passionate doula supporting women and families.

Marion Lee Creating authentic connections between people and systems.

Nathan Gibbs-Bowling High school teacher and founding member of Teachers United.

Know an individual, organization, or business who is doing work to create enduring health equity?

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Spotlight Awards

We are thrilled to announce the launch of our annual Spotlight on Health Equity Awards program! The award recognizes and honors those who are actively creating enduring health equity in Washington State and with a $1000.00 cash prize to be used at the recipient’s discretion – no restrictions or strings attached – as well as a free registration to our annual conference, The Science of HOPE.

The staff here at Foundation for Healthy Generations collectively identified the first five honorees which include a doula, journalist, high school teacher, community health worker and a small business.

We need your help finding the next fifteen awardees. Tell us about the individuals, organizations, and businesses you admire.  Your heroes, the champions that are on the ground removing the barriers to ensure that all people are valued equally and that everyone has the opportunity to attain their highest level of health.  Nominations due by December 12th at noon.

Have a hero in mind? Tell us about them here!