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Curriculum Coordinator
SDSU Extension
Work with our education programs funded through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Education Program (SNAP-Ed) and the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) programming to lead curriculum selection, development, implementation, and evaluation of all educational curriculum used statewide in compliance with federal guidelines. Works with paraprofessional staff to provide training, mentoring, and in-service education. This position will work closely with the SNAP-Ed and EFNEP Program Managers.
Supervising & Staff Development Educator - Michigan State University Extension
Michigan State University Extension
Posting #928677 - There are three Supervising and Staff Development Educator positions available that will provide leadership to MSU Extension Nutrition and Physical Activity program and paraprofessional staff. Lead efforts related to the recruitment and initial onboarding of new paraprofessional staff and oversee continuing education and development for existing paraprofessional staff.
You will learn grant compliance requirements, approved curriculum, and policy, system, and environmental (PSE) change strategies to allow you to effectively coach staff in implementing appropriate nutrition and physical activity education. You will be responsible for guiding and coaching staff as they implement and evaluate the multiple Supplemental Nutrition and Physical Activity Program Education (SNAP-Ed) approaches, including direct and indirect education and PSE change efforts within the community. You will coach, mentor, train, and provide technical support to staff in their programming efforts and will ensure the needs and goals of the Health and Nutrition Institute, MSU Extension, and grantors are met through support and management of the programming staff, including evaluation of staff to ensure requirements and objectives of the programming and appropriate use of grant funds, are met.
You will work with staff and identify community partners to implement PSE change opportunities, including PSE change coaching with partners in the community, and will provide direct and indirect education when necessary.
Community Health Assistant Professor
University of Tennessee
This is a 12 month tenure track position for University of Tennessee Extension Department of Family and Consumer Sciences to lead Community Health programs and efforts.
University of Missouri Extension Family Nutrition Education Program Manager, East Central Region
University of Missouri Extension
This position assists the Family Nutrition Education Program Project Director in planning, developing, and implementing the regional FNEP program. This position will function as an active member of MU Extension and assist in daily operations of the regional unit.
25%​Coordinate the daily operations of the regional FNEP unit. Coordinate the NPA’s use of educational curricula, displays, exhibits, assemblies, supplies, materials and other resources. Track workload and teaching effort for records review. Ensure that teaching is occurring in approved sites. Seek out new program opportunities and partners.
25% ​Assist the Associate Director, paperwork flow and budget allocation. Monitor fiscal spending in conjunction with the unit support staff and regional coordinator. Ensure that NPAs are submitting program and fiscal paperwork in a timely fashion and that the paperwork is prepared in accordance to policy.
20%​Coordinate and implement regional training opportunities. Coordinate of bi-monthly unit meetings, including but not limited to statewide trainings. Orient and train new staff. Identify and communicate clientele needs to program leadership. Conduct in-service training activities as needed.
10%​Work with regional Extension faculty who are implementing SNAP-Ed Policy, Systems, and Environmental strategies as well as 4-H SNAC program to ensure they have curriculum, materials, and support needed to successfully implement the program.
10%​Report program accomplishments and impacts. Research and obtain data, maintain program reports and compile impact. Develop written report to communicate accomplishments to internal and external stakeholders. Present reports at local community organizations and Extension Councils, as requested.
10%​Assist NPA’s to promote educational programs including developing and maintaining positive relations with schools, health departments and other stakeholders or partners to increase awareness, commitments and opportunities.
Nutrition Educator- Nome
University of Alaska Fairbanks
Are you passionate about health and wellness? Do you want to empower people in your community to achieve a better quality of life? We are seeking an enthusiastic individual to join our dynamic team as a nutrition educator with the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed) Program in Nome. The successful candidate will gain professional development and training opportunities. 
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