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WORKING TITLE
  • Project Supervisor
  • PERCENT OF FULL
     
  • 85
  • DEPARTMENT/PROJECT OVERVIEW
     
    POSITION OVERVIEW
     
  • The Project Supervisor for Nutrition Link and NEAT AT 2 will have primary responsibility for all management and administrative duties under the direction of the Principal Investigators. Primary responsibilities for project implementation include directing planning and execution; and providing oversight to project staff and ensuring progress toward project goals and objectives. The Project Supervisor is also expected to function as a liaison for local and regional community networks, schools and universities, and other agencies, including identifying potential partners and available resources around the issue of child nutrition and physical activity; as well as serving as primary liaison to the California Department of Health Services, Cancer Prevention and Nutrition Section and the First 5 Commission of San Diego County. The Project Supervisor is primary responsible for reporting; budget preparation and reconciliation; providing oversight of progress toward project objectives; engaging in performance management of staff; preparing and disseminating materials (website, presentations, papers) relevant to project activities; identifying funding opportunities and preparing grant applications.

    Primary responsibilities for data and research activities involve developing and maintaining human subjects’ protocols for programmatic and research activities, monitoring and assisting with data management and measurement quality control, including collecting data at school sites, ensuring quality in data coding and entry and completing to summary reports.
  • SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
     
  • Flexible work schedule, including some nights and weekends.
    Must have own reliable transportation and valid California's driver's license.
  • EMPLOYEES DIRECTLY SUPERVISED: Name, Payroll Title, Job Description #, Status (career, casual, student), %Time
     
  • George Araiza, _ Assistant II, career, 100% Time; 0020150
    Kelly Healy, Community Health Program Representative, career, 100% Time; 603944
    Michele Warmerdam, Community Health Program Representative, career, 100% Time; 872940
    David Martin, Programmer/Analyst II, career, 70% Time; 102962
    TBN, Assistant IV, student, 40% Time
  • EMPLOYEES SUPERVISED THROUGH OTHERS: Name, Payroll Title
     
  • N/A
  • For use only by Department HR Contact
    IS BACKGROUND CHECK REQUIRED
  • No
  • IS C.O.I. DISCLOSURE REQUIRED
     
  • No
  • IS PRE-PLACEMENT PHYSICAL REQUIRED
  • No
  • (Dept only) REQUESTED HEERA
     
  • Supervisor, not Confidential
  • (Central HR only) APPROVED HEERA
     
  • Supervisor, not Confidential
  • FUNCTIONS WITH CORRESPONDING TASKS
    FUNCTION NAME
    (1.)  Project Management
    %TIME
    50%
    ESSENTIAL
    True
    TASKS
    1. Work with the Principal Investigators to ensure progress toward objectives, tasks, and timelines based upon goals and objectives of the project.
    2. Ensure adherence to guidelines provided by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), the California Department of Health Services, Cancer Prevention and Nutrition Section, and the First 5 Commission of San Diego County.
    3. Monitor current and emerging research and programs, including USDA, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Healthy People 2010, California Core Content Standards (CDE), California Nutrition Competency Guidelines (CDE), 5 a Day Power Play! Program and American College of Sports Medicine Physical Activity Guidelines.
    4. Prepare budgets, perform budget forecasting and reconcile expenses.
    5. Research and respond to funding opportunities.
    6. Act as primary liaison to Project Officers within the California Department of Health Services, Cancer Prevention and Nutrition Section and the First 5 Commission of San Diego County.
    7. Recruit and supervise undergraduate and graduate student interns performing a variety of projects including program evaluation, community assessments, strategic planning and information dissemination.
    8. Screen applications, interview candidates and either make selection decisions or recommend individuals for hire.
    9. Train and assign work to new and continuing employees.
    10. Provide guidance on performance standards and University procedures.
    11. Independently conduct performance evaluations, including communication with subordinates.
    12. Make recommendations for employee incentive awards and salary increases including merits and reclassifications.
    13. Determine what discipline should be imposed for subordinates, with authority to apply such, and/or submits/recommends same to higher level management.
    14. Coordinate with other members of the Divisional Management Team, as the designated representative for Nutrition Link and NEAT AT 2, to direct shared staff and accomplish shared program objectives.
    FUNCTION NAME
    (2.)  Research, Evaluation and Data Management
    %TIME
    20%
    ESSENTIAL
    True
    TASKS
    1. Direct and monitor staff and students involved in database design, data management and data entry.
    2. Monitor progress toward project objectives, including facilitating strategic planning, curriculum development and oversight of regional performance indicators.
    3. Develop protocols, with direction provided by the Principal Investigators, to test research hypotheses and process or outcome evaluation measures.
    4. Supervise staff and student interns in the design, pilot testing and implementation of evaluation instruments, as appropriate.
    5. Prepare and maintain human subjects’ protocols for programmatic and research pilots with the UCSD Human Research Protections Program.
    FUNCTION NAME
    (3.)  Community Relationship Development
    %TIME
    20%
    ESSENTIAL
    True
    TASKS
    1. Act as primary community liaison for the San Diego Nutrition Network and the San Diego Coalition on Children and Weight, including identifying potential partners, developing and maintaining working relationships with community based organizations, government agencies, public health practitioners and other partners around the issue of child nutrition and physical activity.
    2. Provide direction, support and technical assistance to community partners for the development or maintenance of culturally-appropriate nutrition education strategies in target populations.
    3. Develop and maintain relationships with the UCSD School of Medicine, SDSU Graduate School of Public Health and Department of Exercise and Nutritional Sciences, and other university partners.
    FUNCTION NAME
    (4.)  Project Dissemination
    %TIME
    10%
    ESSENTIAL
    True
    TASKS
    1. Develop and disseminate project presentations and related topics for national, statewide, and regional meetings.
    2. Prepare presentations, brochures, manuscripts and other materials for professional conferences and public relations opportunities, including project website(s).
    3. Prepare and submit progress reports to funding agencies.
    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
    RELATED FUNCS: DESCRIBE KNOWLEDGE, SKILL, ABILITY: IMPORTANCE LVL:
      Completion of two years of college with a major in a behavioral science or a related field and two years of experience in a health or social service field; or an equivalent combination of education and experience; and knowledge and abilities essential to the successful performance of the duties assigned to the position. Required
      Experience applying administrative guidelines and contributing ideas and strategies for effective problem solving. Required
      Ability to communicate effectively with a wide variety of people, individually and in groups, in varying mediums and venues (email, phone, presentations, meetings, etc.) Required
      Experience in organizational planning, independent problem solving, information retrieval and functioning as a liasion to all levels of an organization. Required
      Experience with recruitment, orienting and supervision of staff. Required
      Experience with program development, planning, operations and reporting requirements. Required
      Knowledge of University structure, organization and policies and procedures. Preferred
      Demonstrated organizational skills and ability to motivate and evaluate staff in meeting program objectives, fulfilling individual scope of work and completing work accurately and timely. Required
      Knowledge of existing public health-related programs and projects both at the UCSD School of Medicine and in the San Diego community. Preferred
      Demonstrated experience working with community resources, including public and private health agencies, coalitions, and private businesses and foundations. Required
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