Reporting to the Director of Healthy Lifestyles & Disease Prevention, you will manage the planning, implementation and evaluation of nutrition and physical activity promotion programs, including the supervision of public health nutritionists, public health dietitians, physical activity promoters and support staff. As a member of a Public Health Research and Education Development Unit affiliated with McMaster University and University of Guelph, you will participate in research projects, facilitate and contribute to the education of nutrition and community health students.
Applicants require a baccalaureate degree in food and nutrition or equivalent program; a master's degree in nutrition with an emphasis in
public health or community nutrition, or a master's degree in health promotion, public health, health sciences, behavioural sciences, or a
related field; as well as registration with the College of Dietitians of Ontario. The successful candidate will have demonstrated knowledge and skills in public health practice and health promotion strategies; and demonstrated leadership skills including, decision making, staff
supervision, and organizational skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential.
We thank all applicants in advance and advise that only those candidates under consideration will be contacted. Forward a detailed resume by March 5, 2001 to
Gwen Marshall, Recruiter
City of Hamilton Human Resources Centre
71 Main St. West
Hamilton, ON L8P 4Y5
FAX: (905) 546-2650
For further information on the position, contact
Helen Hale Tomasik, Director
Healthy Lifestyles & Disease Prevention Branch,
City of Hamilton Social & Public Health Services Department
Tel: (905) 546-3518