CalFresh Healthy Living Community Education Specialist 2 – Half Moon Bay, CA, Job ID 43016

County Locations: San Francisco County, San Mateo County

Date Posted: September 22, 2022
Closing Date: Until Filled

The Community Education Specialist 2 will perform the full range of program implementation duties in San Mateo and San Francisco Counties. Incumbent will be responsible for the coordination, management, and delivery of nutrition education to community-based adults and/or youth as well as support healthy policy, system, and environmental changes at education sites. This includes training, guiding, and supporting volunteer extenders with education, information and resources; evaluating program implementation; collecting and compiling enrollment, documentation, and evaluation data from volunteer extenders and participants; performing data entry for reporting and writing reports in compliance with funding requirements.

Incumbent will build and maintain an informal network of partners, align special nutrition education projects with UC approved curricula and educational materials, develop news releases and news articles, and maintain subject matter competence. This position's primary focus will be on conducting, managing, and evaluating a nutrition education program to improve the environment of the school and community.

This position is a career appointment that is 25% fixed.

Hourly Salary: $22.41 to $30.94/hr

This position will promote, in all ways consistent with the other responsibilities of the position, accomplishment of the Affirmative Action goals established by the Division.

The University of California issues policies essential for the safety and well-being of the community, including requirements for employees to be appropriately vaccinated for COVID-19, or to have an approved exception/exemption on file. New employees will be asked to provide validation of full compliance of UC vaccination policies.  

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