LOS ANGELES COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT (Contingent Upon Funding)
Project R.E.N.E.W. Los Angeles County
In preparation for possible funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Los Angeles County
Department of Public Health (DPH) is currently recruiting for several Policy Analysts to assist the Project Director of the
proposed project, Renew Environments for Nutrition, Exercise & Wellness in Los Angeles County (RENEW LAC). If
funded, this project will implement a two-year countywide initiative that will focus on policy, system-level, and
environmental changes to prevent obesity, improve nutrition, and increase physical activity among all children and adults
in the county. The initiative will encompass more than 10 interventional strategies and will partner with local city and
community leaders, governmental agencies, and community-based organizations, including the 30+ County of Los
Angeles departments, City of Los Angeles, Los Angeles Unified School District, Los Angeles County Office of Education,
Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, two city public health departments (Long Beach and Pasadena), and a large
number of diverse community-based organizations. The Policy Analyst will help direct one of several units within RENEW
LAC, focusing on specific community interventions to promote healthy eating and physical activity. Hiring is contingent on
receipt of the CDC funding. Please note that this will be a two-year contract position. The position will report directly to
the Project Director of the RENEW LAC project. Appointments to positions are contingent upon funding.
Salary range: $5833 - $7333 per month
Manages project activities, including oversight of contractors and consultants in assigned area of the
Helps direct daily operation and administration of RENEW LAC, including working with key programs
within the Division of Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention and other units in DPH.
Guides nutrition and physical activity policy development process among RENEW LAC partners, works
with partners to develop and implement community action plans, and ensures progress toward policy
passage and implementation.
Works with partners to identify technical assistance needs and ensure that TA needs are met.
Helps convene key workshops, coalitions and partnerships including the Leadership Team (comprised of
elected officials, businesses, philanthropic organizations, and CBO leaders) and the Community
Monitors unit budget, monthly reports, milestones, and key accomplishments
Helps prepare reports for CDC and communicates updates and project findings to key stakeholders.
Location: Division of Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention, 3530 Wilshire Boulevard, 8 Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90010.
Master’s or equivalent degree from an accredited college or university with specialization in public health or a
related field-AND- at least 2 year of experience in public health or a related field, -OR- a Bachelor's degree
in public health or a related field -AND- at least 4 years of experience in public health or a related field.
Experience in policy development, adoption and/or implementation
Content expertise in nutrition and/or physical activity promotion
Experience in program planning, evaluation, and grant management.
If interested, please submit the following documents:
Cover letter describing interest and qualifications, and a resume or curriculum vitae.
Please submit documents to the attention of: Dr. Paul Simon, Director, Division of Chronic Disease and Injury
Prevention, 3530 Wilshire Boulevard, 8 Floor, Los Angeles, California 90010, by email at
email@example.com or fax to (213) 351-2713.
THIS IS NOT AN OFFICIAL COUNTY EXAMINATION ANNOUNCEMENT.
Hiring contingent on receiving funding from the CDC