East Boston Neighborhood Health Center

Requisition ID
2022-23645
# of Openings
1
Department
Youth Engagement & Employment
Neighborhood
East Boston
Posted Date
11/28/2022 11:16:00 AM
Post End Date
1/8/2023 11:59:00 PM
Position Type
Temporary Part-Time

Overview:

**This position is: Complete In-Person**

Job category: Health Care (e.g., public health services, hospitals, medical labs, veterinary)

 

Let's Get Movin' is a multifaceted lifestyle change program focused on helping children,teens, and families adopt healthier lifestyles through physical activity and nutrition. Our program goals include the following: increase physical activity and improve physical fitness, improve knowledge, skills, and behaviors for healthy eating, increase access to fresh, affordable, healthy food.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

Assistant Program Leader:

-Help to facilitate our after school physical activity and nutrition program for youth ages 8-14.

-Form positive relationships with /be a positive role model for program participants

-Motivate children to engage in physical activities

-Assist Program Leaders with set up/breakdown for activities as directed

-Assist with teaching of specific games and skills for program participants. Food Access Assistant

-provide reception services for pick up of CSA sand Online Farmers Market.

-support promotion of market in the community, Provide support with administrative tasks such as order tracking and program participant tracking.

The Ideal Candidate for this Job:

This position requires staff to be able to interact with kids and parents with excellent customer service skills. Have high energy and willingness to participate fully in physical activity programming Applicants should be fluent in Spanish Ability lifting objects weighing up to 20-30 lbs Applicants should have experience or an interest in the areas of nutrition, food access, and community outreach

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