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Recreation Aide – (Part Time)
Forest Preserve District
Conservation and Experiential Programming
536 N. Harlem, Chicago, Illinois
Reporting to staff from the Conservation and Experiential Programming, provides hands-on outdoor recreation activities to District patrons at a variety of special events, activities and programs at numerous locations around the District including district Campgrounds. Develops programmatic ideas, concepts and in some cases curriculum that they will deliver at a variety of locations around the District. May be assigned to oversee a specific aspect of special events and outdoor recreation and camping programs and to assist in overseeing seasonal support staff for those projects. Assists with programmatic and customer service interaction at outdoor and nature-based seasonal programs, youth and family events; arts, paddling and outdoor recreation activities; and Nature Center and partner events. Supports community engagement and outreach activities. This is a year-round part-time position up to 29 hours per week.
Center for Science in the Public Interest
1220 L St. N.W., Washington D.C., District of Columbia
The Development Coordinator provides research, administrative and logistical support to CSPI’s mid-level and major gift fundraising programs. This position reports to the Director of Development and works closely with other development staff and senior leadership.
Learn More: https://cspinet.org/job/development-coordinator
State Policy Manager
Public Health Advocates
Post Office Box 2309, Davis, California
Public Health Advocates (PHAdvocates) brings a health and equity lens to some of the most important issues of our day. We have two decades of successful state and local campaign experience focusing on prevention and challenging the social, political, and economic systems that perpetuate racial, economic and health disparities. Over the past 20 years, PHAdvocates has helped 200 California cities enact more than 600 local policies. At the state level, we led the campaigns to get soda and junk food out of public schools, fund elementary school physical education, require that restaurants put calorie information on their menus, and fund statewide diabetes prevention.
We are recruiting a State Policy Manager who will be responsible for designing, overseeing and implementing the legislative and research agenda for Public Health Advocates. The State Policy Manager will report to the Senior Director of Policy.
This is a full-time exempt position in Sacramento, California
Learn more here: https://phadvocates.org/who-we-are/job-openings/#state-policy-manager
CLOCC Health Educator
Consortium to Lower Obesity in Chicago Children (CLOCC)
Smith Child Health Research, Outreach and Advocacy Center, Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago
225 E. Chicago Ave., Chicago, Illinois
The major responsibility is to provide training and education to CLOCC staff and partner organizations to promote our healthy lifestyle messaging (5-4-3-2-1 Go!® and fiveSMART®), to help initiate and maintain license agreements for message use, and to help advance a social determinants of health perspective among CLOCC partner organizations. Our two messages promote 5 servings of fruits and vegetables a day, 4 servings of water a day, 3 servings of low-fat dairy a day, 2 hours or less of screen time a day and 1 hour or more of physical activity a day (5-4-3-2-1 Go!) and help parents and caregivers to focus on sleep, meals, activity, responsiveness and role modeling, and key things to avoid during pregnancy and early childhood (fiveSMART). Key social determinants of interest include mental health, housing, transportation planning and infrastructure, and immigration. Others are also being explored. The Health Educator will be involved in various strategies to disseminate CLOCC’s message and our social determinants of health approach across Chicago and throughout the CLOCC network. The Health Educator will be responsible for developing, revising, and delivering trainings to staff at various city agencies (including youth participants in those agencies), community-based organizations, and other groups and will work with CLOCC’s leadership to ensure all messages and activities are consistent with evidence-based strategies. The Health Educator will track participation, message use, and financial expenditures related to trainings, oversee the work of volunteers and temporary student assistants, represent the program to community partners and other external organizations, collaborate with organizational partners, and assist with the development and implementation of project evaluation protocols.
See the full posting on the Lurie Children’s Hospital website