The Hawaii Department of Health, Tobacco Settlement Project (DOH), through a joint agreement with the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Hawaii Department of Human Services implements the Food Stamp Nutrition Education (FSNE) Program to promote nutrition education and physical activity amongst populations eligible for the Food Stamp Program. DOH seeks applicants for three (3) Non-Civil Service (Exempt) Positions to begin work preferably on October 15, 2008. Candidates must demonstrate successful management experience in community programs, skills in program planning, communication, and developing, managing and monitoring state contracts. Masters degree in public health, public administration, education administration or related field preferred.
FSNE School Health Coordinator
The position contracts and manages school-based programs involving school personnel and the school community, monitors contract compliance, promotes collaboration and partnerships, facilitates statewide programming, and ensures guidelines are followed while coordinating and overseeing program implementation and evaluation. Experience working with schools and knowledge of standards based curriculum development is desired.
FSNE Community Outreach Program Coordinator
The position develops and provides opportunities for community-based programs, personnel and the community to participate in FSNE. The position contracts and manages programs, monitors contract compliance as well as promotes collaboration and partnerships, facilitates statewide programming, and ensures guidelines are followed while coordinating and overseeing program implementation and evaluation. Experience working with community and low-income groups is desired.
FSNE Health Education Coordinator
The position provides social marketing support to FSNE program projects, develops and manages materials and resources, provides information, and plans, supports and coordinates social marketing opportunities. The position also develops social marketing campaigns and educational materials to reach multiple target populations and ensures federal guidelines are followed while coordinating and overseeing program implementation and evaluation. Experience in graphics design, website development, developing social marketing campaigns, media messages, working with news and media, contracting and contract monitoring is desired.
Salaries Commensurate with Experience
Interested applicants should identify the position applying for and send resume with contact information by August 29, 2008 to:
Department of Health
Tobacco Settlement Project
1250 Punchbowl Street, Rm. 422
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
No telephone inquiries ~