We are currently seeking highly motivated individuals with a commitment to excellence to collect data for an important evaluation: The WIC Infant and Toddler Feeding Practices Study (ITFPS) being conducted for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service. WIC interviewers will interview eligible WIC enrollees and explain the requirements of study participation.
Any offer of employment will be contingent upon receipt of acceptable results from a background screening based on the specific position which will include, at a minimum, criminal records history.
- Be available to work up to 20-40 hours per week, depending on the site recruitment schedule, including mostly weekday hours, with some evening hours;
- Have a valid (current) driver’s license that is not under suspension and regular access to an insured, reliable vehicle. This requirement may be waived in selected urban areas in which there are a variety of mass transit options;
- Have strong communication skills (previous interviewing or public contact experience preferred);
- Have a minimum 1 year of work experience working with the public and/or experience with computers;
- Be available to attend a paid training;
- Have computer access and basic computer proficiency; and
- Be fluent in both written and spoken English.
This is a part-time nonexempt position with limited benefits. Pay rates are based on base pay and experience. Working on this study can be a fascinating, rewarding experience. If you are a reliable self-starter and have a minimum high school diploma or GED, this position may be right for you.
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