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Breastfeeding-Friendly Childcare Designation · Coordinate acceptance and review of applications from child care centers for BF-friendly childcare designation. Develop review form and summary sheet for application review. Establish review team of 6-8 people from WIC, CACFP, DCDEE, Carolina Global Breastfeeding Institute. Set up quarterly application review meetings. · Coordinate training of CACFP staff in 10 Steps to a BF-Friendly Child Care · Set up web page on nutritionnc.com website. Update list of awardees on website page regularly. Maintain web page. · Oversee publicity (develop and release press releases, going through PA process) · Develop CD with sample press releases and logos for awardees. · Coordinate delivery of quarterly webinars with WIC Program staff; update webinars as needed. · Answer questions from CACFP Nutrition Consultants and child care staff and design and provide TA material as needed. KESMM Community College Curriculum Project · Work with project assistant to review instructor and participant feedback and edit curriculum content. · Work with existing community college partners to ensure continuity of project after pilot is over. · Pursue opportunities to promote KESMM Community College course in all community colleges in NC Healthy Futures, KESMM Wellness Grants · Work with project assistant to ensure quarterly reports, NAPSACC reports, and NCCARES claim reports from Health Futures and KESMM Wellness grantees are submitted in a timely manner. Healthy Menus Planning Toolkit · Coordinate release of Healthy Menus Planning Toolkit to CACFP consultants and CACFP participant
Online Nutrition Education Tool Work with contractor, Western Michigan, to coordinate and market the online Nutrition Education Tool.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities / Competencies:
Thorough and in-depth knowledge of theories and principles of nutrition. Thorough knowledge of nutrition as it impacts on disease pathophysiology. Thorough knowledge of nutrition program procedures. Knowledge of the consultative process. Considerable knowledge of State supported nutrition programs. Considerable knowledge of local health administration, delivery of local services, and funding methodologies. Ability to plan, develop, and administer in-service education programs utilizing research, analytical, and interpersonal skills. Ability to communicate effectively in an oral or written manner. Skill in problem solving techniques.
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements:
Master's degree in nutrition or public health nutrition from an appropriately accredited institution and three years of program administration or supervisory experience, plus the ADA Commission on Dietetic Registration eligibility; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
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