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“A Rose By Any Other Name……What’s In a Name….Or, In This Case Your Job Title?

The position titles of individuals managing or administering an organization’s wellness or health promotion program is high up on the searches by visitors to Wellness Manager.

The simple search query is “wellness titles.”

Although their duties are similar in scope, yes, workplace wellness professionals’ titles vary widely by organization, based on research by the Wellness Management Information Center.

Wellness professionals’ titles, it seems, are all over the “ballpark.”

By title, “coordinator” was the most frequent with 26.5 percent of participants, followed by “manager” with 22 percent, and “director” with 18.9 percent, found our research survey.

However, among all survey respondents, 42.4 percent had the word “wellness” as part of their title, while “health promotion” titles accounted for 12.1 percent of those who responded.

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Following is a representative sample of titles that we identified based on our survey:

wellness coordinator, wellness director, wellness/fitness manager, corporate wellness coordinator, director community health and wellness, director of health promotion, director,  and, worksite preventive health.

Also, employee health/wellness coordinator, health and wellness coordinator, health improvement manager, health promotion manager, health education and wellness manager and wellness program manager.

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