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Regional Program Coordinator


Chinle, arizona

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Regional Program Coordinator

at HealthCorps

Chinle, AZ

Are you interested in serving your community and empowering the next generation of healthy leaders? HealthCorps and our mission to improve the lives of youth both mentally and physically provides you the opportunity to do just that.

Who We Are

We’re HealthCorps – a national non-profit organization committed to improving lives by addressing health inequities in communities through programming that includes innovative and engaging experiences for teens in education, leadership, and service learning. We empower teens by encouraging them to become change agents within their families, schools and neighborhoods. Our program is grounded in the understanding that limited access to health education can lead to a lifetime of social, emotional and physical challenges.

Our values drive the work we do here at HealthCorps; we’re mission obsessed, have an entrepreneurial mindset, value that our people are our power, know that teamwork makes the dream work and believe that there is empowerment in diversity, both within our teams as well as the communities we serve.

Where You Fit In

We’re looking for a creative, friendly, self-starter who will implement an innovative community-wide wellness program in Maricopa County, that empowers teens to make healthier choices for themselves and their families. You’ll serve as a catalyst for sustainable change, promoting improved health and wellness within schools and the broader communities.

As a Regional Program Coordinator you will support a team of Regional Program Managers as they train, deploy and supervise near-peer college mentors from area universities to help deliver HealthCorps’ proven program in local middle schools. The program consists of health promoting events including our Teens Make Health Happen Club, health promoting campus activities, and community events. You will engage current and potential community stakeholders, including school, district, and university staff as well as strategic program partners, student wellness officers, and local alumni to develop a network of individuals and organizations with the common goal of improving the health and wellness of the community. 


What You’ll Do


  • Develop Strong Relationships. Along with your Regional Program Manager, you will collaborate with local universities, community partners, schools and district staff to ensure effective delivery of health and wellness programming across 10 – 15 school sites.
  • Build and Lead a Team. You will support the recruitment, application, training, onboarding, and ongoing oversight of near-peer mentors leading in-school program delivery.
  • Assess Your Community’s Needs and Progress. You will research the health inequities the community you serve are facing and then measure your impact by reporting and tracking work.
  • Support Delivery of Health Education Program. You’ll support successful delivery of HealthCorps’ program activities and health promoting events across your community throughout the school year. This includes mentor scheduling, supply procurement, and other program logistics.
  • Direct Program Delivery. You will often be called upon to directly deliver the HealthCorps program in school and community settings, including teaching lessons, hosting educational events, and more.
  • Share and Make Aware. You’ll lean-in to your creative side to support the development and promotion of HealthCorps initiatives through social media and HealthCorps events. You will support and help contribute to social media platforms (Instagram, TikTok, etc.) as well as stakeholder reports and communications that allow your students to shine.  
  • Commit to the HealthCorps Mission. You will prioritize health and wellness daily and ultimately work to ensure that health is accessible for all. Your spark to serve will leave a lasting, positive impact on your community.  


  • Bachelor’s degree preferred or Associate's degree/equivalent years of experience in a related field.
  • Recent college graduate with a passion and commitment to the health, education and service fields.
  • A self-starter, organized, detail-oriented and creative individual.
  • Experience with, or interest in, serving as a mentor to teens and building and cultivating relationships.
  • Passion for addressing health disparities in a community and/or educational setting.


  • Excellent written, verbal and all around personable social skills.
  • Open to balancing multiple tasks and priorities effectively in a fast-changing environment.
  • Excited and willing to implement new and dynamic programs.
  • Maintain a growth mindset, striving to improve professionally and personally.
  • Ability to effectively and respectfully communicate, collaborate and connect with people with various backgrounds, identities, positions, and experiences.
  • Commitment to raising one’s cultural consciousness and challenging oppressive practices on an interpersonal and institutional level.
  • Familiar with Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Bilingual a plus.

Physical Requirements:

  • Prolonged periods sitting at a desk and working on a computer.
  • Ability to travel distances of up to 50 miles within the greater Phoenix, AZ region.
  • Available to travel for annual staff training and company retreat 1 – 2 times a year.
  • Must be able to lift up to 15 pounds at times.


Additional Position Details

This is a full-time, salaried position and you will be offered a comprehensive benefits package. Yearly compensation for the role depends on a number of factors, including a candidate’s qualifications, skills, competencies, experience and location. 

You will be a remote employee but must be located within the greater Phoenix, AZ area, have a valid driver’s license and your own vehicle for frequent travel to area schools and universities. Local travel to sites will account for 30 – 40% of your time. Position may require some afternoon or evening hours. Anticipate occasional overnight travel throughout the year.

Ensuring a diverse and inclusive workplace where we learn from each other and our communities is core to HealthCorps’ values. We welcome people of different backgrounds, experiences, abilities, and perspectives and are seeking individuals that align with these same core beliefs. We are an equal opportunity employer and aim to provide a sense of belonging for everyone.

HealthCorps, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. HealthCorps provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetics, and in compliance with all state and federal law requirements.

HealthCorps, Inc. complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.

HealthCorps, Inc. reserves the right to conduct background investigations and/or reference checks on all its potential employees. Your job offer is contingent upon a clearance of a background investigation and/or reference check.

Note: HealthCorps reserves the right to assign additional duties, as needed. All HealthCorps employees are encouraged to be flexible and responsive to changes in scope of duties.

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