The Washington State University SNAP-Ed Curriculum team is looking for a dynamic Healthy Eating Active Living Professional. This position is responsible for developing and conducting statewide training in direct education, Policy Systems and Environment and other topics pertaining to the Washington State SNAP-Ed program.
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M. Catalina Aragón, MS, CN
Associate in Research
Interim EFNEP State Leader
Washington State University Extension
3602 Pacific Ave
Tacoma, WA 98418
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SNAP-Ed Curriculum, Training & Website: Senior Coordinator
WSU Extension Youth and Families
The Extension Coordinator Senior is responsible for developing and conducting statewide training in direct education, Policy Systems and Environment and other topics pertaining to the Washington State SNAP-Ed program. In conjunction with the Extension Coordinator Specialist, the position develops material for the statewide curriculum fidelity monitoring program, statewide training for SNAP-Ed program implementation and content for two statewide websites. This position exercises independent judgment in coordinating, developing, evaluating and conducting extension programs. The successful candidate can choose to be based in Puyallup, WA or Spokane, WA.
Use independent judgment to develop and implement training and monitoring processes for statewide use for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed).
Use independent judgment to design, create and revise observation tools, checklists and feedback forms to ensure consistent monitoring of Washington SNAP-Ed approved curricula.
Use independent judgment to develop, document and maintain policies and procedures for observation schedules, classroom observation and reporting processes.
Use independent judgment to research, identify and create content for Washington State SNAP-Ed websites.
Contribute to overall development of statewide curriculum fidelity monitoring program.
Conduct statewide curriculum monitoring and document outcomes.
Ensure that projects are executed successfully and completed within required time frames to meet contract objectives.
Communicate effectively with WSU faculty, SNAP-Ed providers.
Manage complex schedules
Training and Networking
Provide training for statewide SNAP-Ed program implementation. Includes both direct education, Policy, Systems and Environment and other topics related to the SNAP-Ed program.
Use independent judgment to plan, develop and deliver curriculum fidelity program training and activities and evaluate outcomes.
Develop, conduct and evaluate online training for implementing agency subcontractors.
Build and maintain relationships with key partner administrations, faculty and staff to ensure program success.
Develop templates for systematic reporting of monitoring results.
Maintain required SNAP-Ed related process documents.
Complete documentation as required by funding sources.
Evaluate and document activities and impacts.
Write annual report to meet funder specifications
Receive orientation to Washington State University Extension program procedures and policies.
Become familiar with local and state and national resources (i.e. efnep.org, SNAP-Ed Connection, http://snap.nal.usda.gov)
Maintain professional competencies in subject matter, educational methods and societal conditions related to nutrition education with limited income audiences.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
Required: A Bachelor’s degree in a relevant extension program discipline and 3 years of related program experience. A Master’s degree in a related field may be substituted for up to one year of the required experience. Any combination of relevant education and experience may be substituted for the educational requirement on a year-for-year basis.
Additional Requirements: Employment is contingent upon passing a Washington State Patrol background screening. Access to a car, valid driver’s license and insurance. There is an expectation of travel year-round. Reliable transportation (mileage reimbursed) is required. Evening and weekend work with occasional travel outside the area is required. While using a private vehicle for official business, the successful candidate must have current automobile liability insurance (meeting the requirements described in RCW46.20.020 and RCW 46.29.090) and will possess a valid driver’s license.
Preferred: Master’s Degree in Public Health, Nutrition, Education or another relevant field, RDN (Registered Dietitian Nutritionist); bilingual in Spanish; experience teaching youth and/or adults; experience with curriculum development and evaluation of learning objectives; demonstrated conflict resolution, organizational and management skills; experience in Extension or other related adult or youth development programs.
Closing date for applications is October 13, 2019. Position is temporary and expected to end September 30, 2020. Renewal is dependent on satisfactory performance, the need for Extension to complete the project and/or if additional funding is secured to extend employment.
To apply, visit https://www.wsujobs.com/postings/47976 EEO/AA/ADA.
Hello SNEB Members,
The University of Georgia is hiring an Extension Evaluation Specialist responsible for the evaluation of Extension programs throughout the state. Please see the attached job description and share with interested parties. Candidates are encouraged to submit as soon as possible and by September 30, 2019, but screening will continue until the position is filled. All applications must be submitted through the designated online system. Dr. Rochelle Sapp is the Search Committee Chair: 979-571-3067, rsapp(a)uga.edu.
Alison (Ali) C. Berg, PhD, RDN, LD
Assistant Professor and Extension Nutrition and Health Specialist
The University of Georgia, College of Family and Consumer Sciences, Department of Foods and Nutrition
202 Hoke Smith Annex | 300 Carlton St | Athens, GA 30602