Part Time

Evaluation Assistant, Food Supplement Nutrition Education at University of Maryland

Fields: food justice, public health, data analysis, SPSS, government

Location: Columbia Maryland

Deadline: June 22, 2018

Details and Requirements: Maryland’s Food Supplement Nutrition Education (FSNE) offers nutrition education programs to help Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) households and those eligible for SNAP. FSNE programs are provided at no cost to support the work of community agencies serving SNAP-eligible individuals and families, such as literacy centers, local food banks, soup kitchens, WIC offices, senior centers, community centers, neighborhood groups, and homeless shelters. FSNE as part of University of Maryland Extension, is seeking an individual for part-time employment with the Evaluation Team at the State Office in Columbia, MD. Duties of this position include assisting the evaluation team with: data collection, data entry and analysis, user testing of online reporting systems, evaluation recruitment and incentive distribution events across the state, material/resource updates, and other administrative duties as needed. Qualifications include Bachelor’s degree in nutrition or a related field, prior experience with data entry in SPSS, and access to personal transportation with a valid driver’s license. This is a part-time position with hours varying from week to week as required, with a maximum of 30 hours/week. $20/hour. This position may require flexible hours, including occasional weeknight hours. The successful candidate is required to obtain a clear background check by the State of Maryland and the FBI before beginning work assignment.

Apply Here: Please send resume and cover letter to FSNE Evaluation and Reporting Coordinator, Nicole Walker at


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