Communications and Training Specialist

Venesco, LLC.
Job Location
San Diego, CA
$77,000 - $80,000
Job Description

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Position Summary:

Venesco, LLC, is looking for a Communication and Training Specialist to work as a full-time employee in the San Diego, CA, area who will support the Navy Medical Center San Diego Population Health program.

The mission of the Naval Medical Center San Diego (NMCSD) is to optimize the health of approximately 400 thousand TRICARE beneficiaries residing in the greater San Diego area through critically needed population health programs.

Population health programs encompass a full scope of intervention strategies that include tertiary prevention (programs that help beneficiaries treat chronic disease), secondary prevention (programs that help beneficiaries manage risks for disease), and primary prevention (programs that help beneficiaries prevent disease).

Working as a full-time Venesco employee under the direction of Venesco's COO, this position will serve as "Lead" for Communication and Training contract scope areas.


Identify and assess audiences for government's population health communications, social media, and training efforts. Audiences include command personnel to include leadership, clinical staff, non-clinical staff, military and non-military, community stakeholders, including program administrators, service providers, and community leaders.

Develop and implement training and communications needs assessment for the population health staff and health beneficiaries. An initial training and communications needs assessment will be developed within 30 days and should be updated approximately every 4-6 months.

Develop Population Health training strategy for clinical and non-clinical personnel that describe the training objectives, modalities, and content etc, within 60 days.

Develop training strategy monthly calendar for delivery of training, social media and communication approaches. The calendar should be maintained and updated each month.

Implement and deliver training as described in the training strategy (including delivery of classroom based training, one-on-one coaching, virtual learning, etc) approximately once per month to ensure training effectiveness.

Develop and distribute training evaluations to participants, and produce a quarterly training after action report to the government lead and COR

Develops and maintains accuracy of the training curriculum working in conjunction with subject matter experts and in accordance with Navy Medicine prepared curriculum

Ensures that all training teams provide required training

Maintain and control training related databases to include spreadsheets on training participants and pre- and post-training knowledge assessments

Performs other duties as assigned


Required Qualifications:

BS Degree in Health Administration or health related area with 10+ years in offering training to military clinical, non-clinical and civilian audience

8+ years of experience in developing training and communication strategies and curriculum development

Proficiency in offering classroom, virtual/e-learning training

Experience developing and delivering creative and innovative on-demand, interactive e-learning courses

Proficiency in using training tools

Excellent presentation, communication and documentation skills

Prior experience with Navy LIMS is preferred

Prior experience in Navy Medicine areas/BUMED preferred


Candidate must be able to get a favorable National Agency Check with Local Agency Checks and Credit Checks (NACLC) clearance

A video application is strongly recommended

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