Manager, Nutrition and Health Services
About the organization
Holt International is a US-based child welfare non-profit serving children and families around the world since 1956. Holt cares for orphaned and vulnerable children in 17 locations across five continents. Through our three pillars, Holt works to strengthen families, care for orphaned and vulnerable children and help to ensure children have secure and loving families.
Holt International is a Christian organization committed to expressing God’s compassion for children. While always upholding the highest ethical standards, we:
1. Find and support permanent, loving families for children who are orphaned, abandoned or at serious risk of separation from their family
2. Provide services to ensure that children will grow and develop to their fullest potential
3. Lead the global community in advocating on behalf of the world’s most vulnerable children
Holt International finds and supports permanent, loving families for children who are orphaned, abandoned or at serious risk of separation from their family. Holt’s child centered model of care provides services for vulnerable children to ensure they will grow and develop to their fullest potential.
The Manager, Nutrition and Health Services manages high quality, multi-faceted nutrition and health programs that address the unique needs of the children and families Holt serves. The Manager, Nutrition and Health Services provides management and administration to Nutrition and Health Services by overseeing and coordinating country programs, coordinating inter and intra-department communication, managing databases and monitoring and evaluation systems, overseeing department interns and volunteers, and assisting with assigned projects as needed. The Manager, Nutrition and Health Services develops statistical reports, supports database development, and provides curriculum formatting. The Manager, Nutrition and Health Services creates and updates frameworks for nutrition programs to ensure effective field activities and involvement by all stakeholders.
KNOWLEDGE: Master’s degree preferred; preferably in public health, global health, epidemiology or related field and a minimum of 2-3 years program coordination experience; OR an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential functions of the job as those listed above may be qualifying. Demonstrable cross-cultural communication skills required. Must have strong computer skills (Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and database experience), knowledge of general office practices. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with multiple forms of technology; basic data analysis and data input experience required. Analyze information for reports, training programs, and curriculum development. Must have strong organizational skills and be detail oriented. Excellent written and oral communication skills required. Experience coordinating or conducting training programs is desired.
LOCATION & TRAVEL:
This position will be based at Holt’s headquarters in Eugene, Oregon with some work from home and may require up to 40% travel domestically and internationally as assigned.
$43,000- $59,000 annually
Contact email: [email protected]
Equal Opportunity Employment
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