The Nutrition Coordinator is responsible for the administration of nutrition activities funded through the federal SNAP-Education program in Beaufort, Jasper, Hampton, and Colleton Counties. The Coordinator will develop and maintain relationships with partner agencies and assist with training and monitoring of new partner agencies. S/he will capture pre and post-tests as well as assist in the collection of the Education and Administration Reporting System (EARS) data; and provide technical assistance and site monitoring to ensure effectiveness of SNAP-Ed programs.
The coordinator conducts agency training regarding evaluation methods, protocol and procedures and delivers nutrition education programs to SNAP eligible participants as-needed. This is a telecommuting position to be performed from home from anywhere in Beaufort, Jasper, Hampton, or Colleton county. LCFB will provide a computer, printer and cell phone, and the Coordinator must provide adequate Internet connectivity. Reliable transportation to travel to locations within the four county area is required approximately 80% of the time and within our ten county service area approximately 20%.
The successful candidate must possess a bachelor’s degree or equivalent years of education and experience in Dietetics, Public Health, and/or Health Education. A minimum of two years of relevant work experience in nutrition, human services, non-profit, social services, and/or customer service preferred. The candidate must have exceptional interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills. The Nutrition Coordinator must have a flexible schedule with availability to attend weekend and evening events as needed.
Lowcountry Food Bank offers a comprehensive benefits package including medical/dental/vision insurance, life insurance, leave/holiday pay, plus 401(k).
Submit Resume by- (mail) Lowcountry Food Bank, Attn. Human Resources Department, 2864 Azalea Drive Charleston, SC 29405, (email) email@example.com or (fax) 843-747-8147.
The mission of Lowcountry Food Bank (LCFB) is to lead the fight against hunger in our community. LCFB was founded in 1983 as a clearinghouse for donated food items through the generosity of Trident United Way and Coastal Community Foundation. In 2017, LCFB partnered with approximately 300 agencies to distribute over 27 million pounds of food to over 200,000 food-insecure children, seniors, and adults. To learn more about the food bank’s mission and achievements, please visit www.lowcountryfoodbank.org.