PROGRAM COORDINATOR II
Job Summary The part-time employee will assist in the coordination of statewide research project to assess implementation of obesity prevention best practices in the early care and education setting. The part-time employee will be responsible for assisting with program planning, database management, budgeting, ordering and mailing of materials, focus group and interview logistics and note taking, data entry, and clerical assistance. The part time employee will actively participate in collection of data. The part-time employee will actively participate in data analysis including focus groups, interviews, and survey analysis. The part-time employee will also be responsible for assistance with writing scholarly manuscripts. Prior research experience with the early care and education setting and knowledge of survey methodology, data analysis, report writing is required. Administrative duties will be as assigned. Minimum Qualifications Completion of a master's degree with 2 years of related experience; OR completion of a bachelor's degree and 4 years of related experience.