Wellness Coach/Coordinator

Job Locations US-CA-Vallejo
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Academic/Program Support
FLSA Status


As Wellness Coach/Coordinator, this position will be responsible for supporting the campus wellness climate and developing programs using current resources to assist individuals, groups, specific programs (MSPAS/MPH) and the campus as a whole to be healthier.  This is a .25-.5 FTE position (10-20 hours/week) is a part of a Grant funded Wellness Program under the supervision of the TUC Director of Student Success Services.


• Coordinate with Office of Student Success Services to collect data, create, market, administer, promote, and evaluate all wellness programming for the TUC students, faculty, and staff.
• Coordinate with Office of Student Success Services to collect data, create, market, administer, promote, and evaluate all wellness programming specifically for the TUC-MSPAS/MPH students, faculty, and staff.
• Support the expansion of the Wellness, Academic Achievement, Resilience and Mindfulness Programming to the TUC community
• Work with the office of Environmental Health and Safety and other offices to manage and process and track all events and volunteers.
• Provide support for the Global Wellness Elective
• Coordinate and organize the training of 8-13 students to teach Suicide Prevention, Substance Use Prevention and Resiliency Training to other students, faculty and staff.
• Provide support for food distribution events.
• Comply with and observe all health codes, departmental service standards, and to all health, safety, rules and regulations by the University, City, County, and State health agencies.
• Attend and participate in organizational meetings as required.
• Work as a team with other programs, community agencies, and staff.
• Reports to work, when needed, ready to work at the time work assignment is scheduled to begin.
• Works with student participants, workers and helpers in a professional manner.
• Cooperate and communicate with other University staff and students to promote a positive campus climate.
• Perform other duties as assigned.


SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES (if applicable): should reflect who the employee is supervising and what the expectations are.



• Successfully completing a wellness coach training program
• Knowledge of the administrative software programs such as Outlook, Word, Excel and Google
• Exceptional organizational and customer service skills

• High school or vocational school graduate or equivalent or working toward diploma.
• Background in Wellness, Social Work or related field
• Good working knowledge and use of the English language
• Six months' to one year minimum in the food and beverage industry
• Level 2 - Competent
• Ability to apply commonsense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.
• Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.
• Ability to exhibit maturity, good judgment, and flexibility

• Level 2 – Competent
• Ability to read & interpret documents such as email correspondences, safety rules, and procedure manuals.
• Ability to relate, speak, and cooperate effectively before groups of customers, students, clients or employees of organization.

• Level 1 Entry
• Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.
• Basic knowledge of inventory, creating spreadsheets, and record keeping principles

• Ability to handle pressure, exercise quick thinking, and maintain an adequate energy level through the work day.
• 1 year experience of wellness coaching, student advising, public health practices or social work.
• Able to articulate a sustainable wellness vision.
• Able to apply coaching skills such as curious inquiry, empathy, reflective listening, and goal setting.
• Able to work in an environment that is subject to temperature changes.
• Able to tolerate standing and lifting throughout the work day.
• Ability to exhibit and maintain a high standard of professional knowledge, appearance, behavior, and attitude.
• Must work safely to reduce the risk of injury to self, co-workers, and campus faculty, staff, and students.
• Promptly reports personal injury to Supervisor and seeks first aid as required.

• Valid National Board for Health and Wellness Coaching certification.
• Valid California Driver’s License (Required by the first day of service).
• California Department of Motor Vehicles printout of the new employee’s driving record (Required)
• California Food Handler Card
• First Aid Certificate must be acquired during the employee’s probationary period

Maximum Salary

USD $23,760.00/Yr.

Minimum Salary

USD $23,760.00/Yr.


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