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Posting Number / Title: #090-19 ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
For duties/responsibilities, qualifications, and to apply, visit: http://www.phi.org/work-with-us/employment/position-description/index.php?id=19958
Open until filled
The Center for Wellness and Nutrition (CWN), a program of the Public Health Institute, is hiring an Administrative Assistant.
The Administrative Assistant will be responsible for providing administrative, clerical, fiscal, and human resources support to the CWN program staff and the Fiscal/Administration Team. This support includes serving as the first point of contact for visitors to CWN, assisting management with routine to complex administrative tasks, providing general office support, and assisting with specialized projects, as needed.
Posting Number / Title: #097-19 PROGRAM ASSOCIATE
For duties/responsibilities, qualifications, and to apply, visit: http://www.phi.org/work-with-us/employment/position-description/index.php?id=19977
Open until April 25, 2019
The CWN, a program of the Public Health Institute, is seeking a full-time Program Associate III with experience in public health, nutrition, physical activity, or wellness. This individual will be responsible for providing and overseeing SNAP-Ed program technical assistance to a variety of CWN clients in California, Georgia, and Michigan. They will develop and implement technical work plan activities and deliverables, lead advocacy campaigns, develop communications and other program materials, facilitate groups, assist in monitoring program budgets, develop and manage relationships with relevant partners, assist in program evaluation, and conduct additional CWN program activities as needed.