Overview

Bilingual (Spanish/English) Program Coordinator

Zero Breast Cancer is seeking a part-time or full-time Bilingual Program Coordinator fluent in English and Spanish to advance our multilingual breast cancer risk and recurrence reduction educational campaigns. This position will be remote in a collaborative and supportive team environment, and is an excellent opportunity for professional growth, including shaping educational public health campaigns. Residence in the San Francisco Bay Area is preferred but not required.

Job Responsibilities

The Bilingual Program Coordinator (BPC) is responsible for coordinating projects across the organization, disseminating materials to partner organizations, and ensuring our Spanish-language campaigns are culturally appropriate and easy to understand. The BPC reports to the Communications & Next Generation Program Director and reviews Spanish language translations and adaptations with the Science & Survivorship Program Director.

Program Adaptation and Coordination

  • Translate and adapt English-only educational resources into Spanish, including identifying evidence-based online health resources in Spanish
  • Collect and help analyze feedback from relevant community members on current and emerging campaigns in English and Spanish for creation and evaluation of materials
  • Build new and nurture existing partnerships with direct service organizations to distribute ZBC’s health education materials
  • Assist with program development and grant writing
  • Coordinate projects and meetings as directed

Communication and Events

  • Write blogs, book reviews, and other content for ZBC’s website and newsletter
  • Create and coordinate social media posts in English and Spanish
  • Lead logistics for Advisory Group and other meetings
  • Represent ZBC at events

Administration, Budget & Finance

  • Assist with fundraising efforts and all ZBC events
  • Assist in preparing reports and the annual ZBC budget

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in public health, social science or related area
  • Good communication skills, including spoken and written English and Spanish
  • Sensitivity to health equity and social justice issues and an understanding of social determinants of health
  • Awareness of differences in cultures and cultural values
  • Ability to work independently and in a small team
  • Familiar with MS Office, Google Drive and social media
  • Must live in the U.S.; resident of SF Bay Area preferred
  • Native Spanish speaker strongly preferred
  • Familiarity with breast cancer, scientific literature, and environmental health preferred
  • Grant writing or fundraising experience a plus

Salary and Benefits

The salary range for this position is $50,000-60,000. ZBC offers paid vacation and sick time; medical, dental, vision, and life insurance; and a 401(k) with employer contributions.

To apply, please send your resume in English and cover letter in English and Spanish to jobs@zerobreastcancer.org. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled; priority will be given to applications received by June 15, 2022.

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About Zero Breast Cancer

Zero Breast Cancer promotes breast cancer risk and recurrence reduction by translating scientific research and evidence-based recommendations that support health and wellness at key stages of life. We focus on modifiable risk factors, both for individuals and within our communities.

Currently, our three prevention campaigns are Girls’ New Puberty/Las niñas y la nueva pubertad, 13 Ways to Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer/13 formas de disminuir el riesgo de tener cáncer de mama and Generations. We also have a series of Survivorship Factsheets in English and Spanish. Key target audiences include kids, parents and caregivers of pre-teen girls, teens, and breast cancer survivors and caregivers, particularly in low-income and Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) communities.