Nutrition & Allied Services Director by 4Expertise

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NUTRITION AND ALLIED SERVICES DIRECTORS manage nutrition and allied services of the central public health district and promote public health through education and consultation; perform related work. Download this job description and modify using any wo

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									NUTRITION AND ALLIED SERVICES DIRECTOR CLASS PURPOSE To manage nutrition and allied services of the central public health district and promote public health through education and consultation; perform related work. PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES 1. Management. Typical responsibilities: plans, develops, implements, and evaluates public health programs to include: Nutrition, Senior Nutrition, Women and Infant Care, Dental Health, Home Economics, Cholesterol Education Health Clinics, and Buckle Up Your Baby Program; researches and develops additional or alternative sources of program funding; develops and recommends district policies and procedures; represents district at community health, and social services meetings; determines program objectives and develops, implements, and monitors budget; negotiates contracts, grants, and agreements with other agencies, federal government, and special interest groups; hires staff and evaluates performance; provides training to keep staff current in specialty area; coordinates district and related department activities to augment services and insure uniform application of procedures; reviews federal regulations and requirements, evaluates alternatives and establishes guidelines for operations; analyzes cost-effectiveness and efficiency of services. 2. Program development/consultation. Typical responsibilities: evaluates impact of health programs on the health status and knowledge 
								
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