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On behalf of the York County SPCA, I am honored to be a partner with the Byrnes Health Education Center.  Understanding the link between how we treat animals and how we treat one another is a very important tool in teaching compassion and empathy in our society.  I value the opportunity to reach our community through our relationship with the Byrnes Center and speak about the importance of treating all living things with dignity and kindness.

Melissa Smith

Executive Director

York County SPCA

Job Posting: Two Health Educators (flex time)

We’re continuing to grow and because we are we have two Flex Time Health Educator positions open.

The Byrnes Health Education Center, located in York, Pennsylvania, is a dynamic not-for-profit organization and a leading resource in health education. Our mission is to educate and inspire people of all ages to make healthy choices.  With 20 years of proud service, programs are provided locally and regionally in theater and outreach programs, and globally via live inter-active webcasts and LearntobeHealthy.org, which is delivered to over 34 countries internationally.

A Health Educator is responsible primarily for delivery of the Center’s dynamic health education curriculum to both students in grades Pre-K through grade 12 and adults.  These positions will report directly to the Director of Education Services and require highly creative, energetic and engaging educators.

BS degree or certification required in any of the following: Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES), Registered Nurse, teaching certification in Health and PE, Registered Dietitian or certified sports trainer plus a minimum of 4 years of teaching experience or equivalent.

Resume, cover letter and recent salary history and expectations should be submitted electronically to jreisinger@byrneshec.org. Responses will be treated confidentially and the Center is an equal opportunity employer (EOE) and is committed to diversity and healthy living.

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