| Clemson University|
Location Youth Learning Institute
Full/Part Time Full-Time
Regular/Temporary Temporary - Time Limited
SNAP-Ed is a federal/state partnership that supports nutrition education for persons eligible for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. This position will provide nutrition education and program outreach. Coordinate data collection and review for accuracy to support preparation of required program materials.
40% - Essential - Program Delivery:
Deliver nutrition education programs to SNAP participants on a day to day basis. Travel to locations where training will be delivered and to meetings with community contacts that have eligible SNAP populations. Schedule educational classes with approved locations, including single and series lessons. Maintain a monthly class calendar, order materials and supplies.
20% - Essential - Program Outreach:
Build and maintain relationships with community partners to advocate for policy, systems, and environmental approaches to guide behavior changes related to obesity prevention for the target population. Identify and develop networking strategies and relationships to build county SNAP-Ed coalitions and community partnerships in order to locate and identify eligible SNAP participants for additional SNAP-Ed programs.
20% - Essential - Program Evaluation: Conduct participant evaluations using pre- and post- tests. Evaluate program participants for annual summary and EARS report. Collect required demographic information on the clients served. Follow-up with contacts at the education sites. Identify new community partnerships within the assigned counties that serve eligible food stamp recipients. Participate in team develop of program evaluation and staff training's regarding delivery and evaluation methods.
15% - Essential - Administrative:
Track expenses for classroom materials, food supplies, office supplies and travel mileage. Complete monthly time and effort tracking documents. Submit required documentation for expenses and effort accurately and timely. Maintain necessary SNAP records for auditing purposes. This includes hard copies and electronic files. Inventory materials and supplies.
5% - Essential - Other duties as assigned by the SNAP-Ed program director.
A bachelor's degree in home economics, home economics education, human ecology, family and child development, dietetics, foods and nutrition or institutional management.
Firm Job Knowledge - Firm working knowledge of concepts, practices and procedures and ability to use in varied situations
No Supervisory Duties - Not responsible for supervising employees.
No Budget Responsibilities - No fiscal responsibility for the department's budget.
Bachelor's Degree - In related field such as Education, Nutrition, Health and Wellness, or Exercise Science.
Work Exp 1+ years
Standard Hrs: 37.5; Band: 03 ($ 22,182.00 - $ 41,046.00)
May 4, 2016
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