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Program Support Specialist
Program Support SpecialistTrenton, New Jersey

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Category:Administrative & Clerical

Standard Hours:40

Compensation Range:28.50 Per Hour

Job ID:128762

Date Posted:05/15/2018

Program Support Specialist

Hours: 8:30AM to 4:30PM

Duties and Responsibilities:

+ The SNAP-Ed Program Support Specialist will work under the general direction of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed) Program Manager, and in collaboration with the state SNAP-Ed team.

+ The Program Support Specialist will oversee various state-wide SNAP-Ed grants to ensure all grantees are compliant with the deliverables.

+ The Program Support Specialist will also provide training and technical assistance to grantees as necessary.

+ Assist SNAP-Ed Program Manager with the implementation and evaluation of the SNAP-Ed program across the state.

+ Manage and monitor the budgets and data collection for grantees.

+ Ensure compliance of the budgetary guidelines and procedures regarding travel, programming supplies and other financial considerations.

+ Develops and implement training for SNAP-Ed educators in conjunction with the SNAP-Ed Program Manager.

+ Manage the reporting protocol of grantees.

+ Coordinates and develop the implementation of the partner level agreements across the state.

+ Analyze and synthesize feedback from SNAP-Ed Educators on participants and community concerns, program implementation, curricula and other resources to improve the quality and efficiency in the program and better meet the needs of SNAP-Ed.

+ Conduct ongoing performance management of SNAP-Ed Educators and grantees.

+ Observe, monitor and coach grantees to ensure the quality of the program delivery.

+ Coordinate and facilitate meetings with grantees, stakeholders, and other state departments.

+ Communicate with other Family Health Services personnel to enhance program delivery through collaboration of programmatic activities.

+ Explore additional grant opportunities to support the objectives identified in the State SNAP-Ed Plan.

+ Performs other related duties as assigned.


+ Master's degree in Nutrition, Public Health, Dietetics, Social Work, Education, Nursing or relevant field and at least one year's full time professional experience related to the position; or a Bachelor's degree in Nutrition, Public Health, Dietetics, Social Work, Education, Nursing or relevant field and 2 years' professional experience related to the position.

+ Demonstrated ability to communicate, interact, collaborate, and network with a variety of stakeholders focused on a common goal or mission.

+ Excellent interpersonal and group process skills with diverse groups of people in a team setting.

+ Ability to organize and prioritize activities to meet identified program and fiscal objectives.

+ Experience using Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel) and web-based video/audio conferencing platforms.

+ Experience in evaluation of community-based programs.

+ Experience working independently and as a team member.

+ Experience with diverse and under-served populations.

+ Ability and willingness to travel and a valid driver's license.

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