Coordinate the District's efforts to strengthen and
support staff wellness efforts. Position works with all
stakeholders in the school and in the community to promote
healthy lifestyles as the foundation for improved staff
performance and student learning with a focus on, but not limited
to, nutrition and physical activity.
Disclaimer: This is
a grant-funded position. Funds for this position are
expected to be available up to June 30, 2013. In addition
to other specified conditions of employment, the applicant
understands that no guarantee of continued employment beyond the
availability of grant funds, is expressed or implied by School
Classified Supervisory Salary Schedule S3, starting at
$4,235.49, depending on recent relevant experience. 8 hours per
day, Monday - Friday. 205 paid days. Eligible for
Plan for the further
rollout of existing District employee wellness strategy.
Identify gaps between "what is" and "what could be" utilizing
measurable outcomes. Design programs in order to generate
in accordance with our vision
. Enroll volunteers and identify resources to implement
Communicate a clear
and concise vision of
wellness strategy. Promote its rationale and value to schools,
staff, students, families, and community members.
Articulate results expected and achieved. Get input and give
feedback to various stakeholders.
Recruit, engage, and
manage district and building wellness leadership, volunteers,
parents, students, and community members to meet the goals of the
wellness strategy. Recognize and reward successes.
Engage participants in
wellness activities by enrolling them in programs, supporting
them as they encounter barriers, and teaching others to be
supportive by sharing their own experiences. Report on
levels of participation and engagement as they lead to wellness
outcomes. Set goals for each reporting period.
Maintain support for
wellness initiative by leading the wellness volunteers and staff
at each worksite, in their wellness efforts. Model
Measure outcomes using
a Scorecard format. Include measures of cost and return on
investment, participation, levels of health, and levels of
satisfaction. Update Scorecard regularly. Set goals
based on Scorecard.
Bachelor degree or
above or equivalent advanced training in Foods, Nutrition,
Dietetics (including coursework that meets the American Dietetic
Association Standards of Education and Standards of Performance
for dietetic registration), Public Health, Physical Education or
Personal Trainer certification preferred.
Must meet professional
standards required by the ADA.
(English/Spanish) skills preferred.
Knowledge of human
nutrition in health and disease and its application to public
Knowledge of practical
implementation of educational methods.
Knowledge of research
methods, particularly school meals.
communicate, interact and work effectively and cooperatively with
all people, including those from diverse ethnic and educational
contribute to cultural diversity for educational enrichment.
Ability to recognize
the importance of safety in the workplace, follow safety rules,
practice safe work habits, utilize appropriate safety equipment
and report unsafe conditions to the appropriate
Ability to interact
with principals, teachers, parents, students, and community
members in a collaborative manner.
Experience within a
School System preferably as an Administrator - Familiarity with
District, district personnel, policies, rules and how to be a
change agent for the district.
Ability to work
constructively with many personalities, including challenging
Operating knowledge of
and experience with personal computers, typical office equipment
(phones, copiers, faxes, etc.) and audio-visual and other
Must be able to pass a
Colorado and Federal Bureau of Investigation background
physical education licensure, personal trainer and/or group
fitness instructor certification preferred.
Minimum of one (1) year of experience in nutrition,
physical education, or personal/group fitness training which may
CHIEF HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICER ///// SMOKE FREE ENVIRONMENT /////
DIRECT BANKING REQUIRED ///// AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER /////
School District 27J desires to recruit and retain employees who
share our commitment to providing outstanding educational
services and opportunities to our diverse student
population. The District is an equal opportunity employer,
and does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color,
ancestry, religion, creed, national origin, gender, physical or
mental disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or
veteran status. The District complies with the Civil Rights
Act of 1964, related Executive Orders 11246 and 11375, Title IX
of the Educational Amendments Act of 1972, Sections 503 and 504
of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Section 402 of the Vietnam Era
Veteran's readjustment At of 1974, the Age Discrimination in
Employment Act of 1967, as amended, the Americans with
Disabilities Act of 1990, the Civil Rights Act of 1991, and all
civil rights laws of the State of Colorado. Accordingly,
equal opportunity of employment shall be extended to all persons
and the District shall promote equal opportunity and treatment
through fair and equitable hiring practices. The 27J
Administration Building is located at 18551 E. 160th Ave.,
Brighton, CO 80601. ///// Strong bilingual skills,
especially in Spanish, are a plus. Experiences working with
students from economically diverse backgrounds are sought for
many of our positions. All current employees shall be
interviewed and considered first. If there are no qualified
candidates, then non-employees shall be interviewed and