The University of South Carolina has a deep, long-standing commitment to its vision for a Healthy Carolina community. We invite applicants to join our team as a leader of our backbone organization and initiatives. This position will play a key role as we transition from our Healthy Campus 2020 goals to developing a common agenda for campus well-being. Supervises staff committed to policy, systems, and environment public health interventions, grant development and admnistration, and program evaluation and measurement of campus health and well-being. Questions: Rebecca Caldwell, Director of Strategic Health Initiatives, Student Health Services, University of South Carolina, or 803-777-4752.

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Job Summary: The Associate Director will provide creative, energetic and strategic leadership towards the development of a campus environment that promotes and values health. Reporting to the Director of Strategic Health Initiatives, the Associate Director of Healthy Carolina Initiatives is dedicated to the proposal, advancement, establishment, and sustaining of environmental management strategies that advance the strategic plan of Student Health Services and the vision of Healthy Carolina community. They will provide assistance and support in the planning, development, delivery and evaluation of policies, systems, and environmental change strategies that improve the health of students, faculty and staff. The Associate Director will assist in the development, implementation and maintenance of the Healthy Carolina Steering Committee, permanent and ad hoc councils, and strategic plans supporting the National Prevention Strategy and Healthy Campus 2030. Acts as the project manager as UofSC advances its Collective-Impact informed vision for campus well-being. They will identify external funding opportunities and work with partners to submit and manage grant and foundation applications to fund the goals and objectives of the Healthy Carolina vision and the strategic plan of Student Health Services. This position will monitor progress and provide technical assistance for external funds (grants and gifts), including monitoring reports, budgets, and funding relations. This position supervises positions identified as linked to environmental management strategies, grant management, and evaluation & assessment, including a program coordinator, outreach dietitian, and evaluation and assessment coordinator.