Candidate will be responsible for the implementation of a new software application and the roll out to the various nutrition sites including the training of staff to capture data for reporting purposes. In addition, the candidate will support the program chief with the day-to-day operations and projects as needed.
Mercer County residency required. Candidate would be subject to all Civil Service regulations. Send with cover letter to: Raissa L. for the County Application for Employment. The candidate must possess strong organizational and time management skills, and the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
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Under direction, the candidate will plan, organize, coordinate, and oversee ing work involved in the maintenance of projects and programs operated by the office. Candidate will prepare financial statements and reports, and perform technical work involved in reviewing, monitoring and evaluating aging services contracts administered by the office. Duties require evaluative thinking and are performed in accordance with fiscal compliance specific to Older Americans Act legislation. Ability to learn and utilize fiscal management software systems is a must.
The candidate must possess excellent interpersonal skills, strong organizational and time management skills, and the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously is a must.
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The candidate will assist in planning, developing, coordinating, monitoring and evaluating aging services, projects and programs operated by the office. Individual will prepare correspondence, compile statistics and data, provide information and technical assistance to providers, and serve as the point person between the AAA and the provider agencies.
Tuition Waivers, Work Search Waivers, etc. Provides leadership and support, in collaboration with County Agent and County Extension Department Head, in planning and conducting local programming to meet clientele needs in home and commercial horticulture including turf, nursery and landscaping in Mercer County, New Jersey.
Takes major responsibility for coordination and operation of the county Rutgers Master Gardener Program including volunteer recruitment, training, and recognition; and develops evaluative methods to measure and document program impacts. Coordinates and supervises educational outreach activities educational workshops, demonstrations, training programs, volunteer opportunities for the general public.
Interacts with and provides technical assistance to the Mercer County Board of Agriculture. Serves as a liaison and collaborator with the Mercer County Park Commission and other county departments and outside agencies when appropriate.
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Works collaboratively with county-based Rutgers Cooperative Extension department personnel and programs, community volunteers and organizations. Expected to actively participate in appropriate County and Rutgers Cooperative Extension departmental activities as requested.
A minimum of two years of related work experience in horticulture, landscape management, ornamental horticulture, agriculture, pest management or related subjects. Experience working for Cooperative Extension is preferred.
Experience with volunteer training and management is preferred. Must have excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication and organization skills.
Must be effective at public speaking, giving presentations and demonstrations and comfortable working with computer programs and adept at learning new computer and online software. Must be well-organized and skilled at problem solving. for full description. The candidate must possess excellent interpersonal skills and ability to interact professionally with health departments, hospitals, OEM, and other key public health partners in order to analyze and report all disease related data for use in public health related planning, response, and evaluation initiatives.
Strong organizational and time management skills, and the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously is a must.
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The candidate will need to learn, access and navigate various databases and software programs while being able to handle confidential information with discretion and professionalism. This is a temporary grant funded position which will expire June 30,and does not include a health benefit package. Candidates that have a Master of Science or Public Health degree with a major concentration in epidemiology or biostatistics and experience working as an epidemiologist in a health-related field are preferred.
Candidates must possess excellent interpersonal skills and ability to interact professionally. As a Health Educator, the candidate will help assess individual and community health education needs; plan, implement and evaluate effective health education programs; coordinate health education services, and serve as a resource person in health education. The candidate will need to learn, access and navigate various databases and software programs, which will require an advanced level of technological literacy, while being able to handle confidential information with discretion and professionalism.
Parking Attendant candidate to operate shuttle bus transporting passengers from Airport parking lots to Airport terminal. bus or heavy duty vehicle experience preferred. Will be required to assist elderly and handicapped passengers as needed. Must be 21 years old with a clean driving record.
Candidate must have strong interpersonal and communications skills, be able to read, write and compute basic math. Ability to interpret and apply transit system operating rules, regulations, policies and routes. Send and application with cover letter to: Raissa L. The candidate must possess excellent interpersonal skills and ability to interact professionally with health departments, hospitals, OEM, and other key public health partners.
This is a full-time position. Prospective employees must be available work shifts in a 24 hour facility. All candidates must possess a valid New Jersey. Prior correctional experience is preferred but not required.
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Responsibilities include receiving food from the caterer and reheating precooked meals for serving to a large group of participants for the Nutrition Program for the Elderly of Mercer County. Assisting with the clean-up and storage of kitchen utensils and equipment.
food handling experience a plus. Candidate must possess a high school diploma or GED, as well as strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work with minimal supervision. Send with cover letter and application to: Raissa L. All applicants are subject to pre-employment test including drug test, physical examination and background check.
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