Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Rocky Mountain Prevention Research Center is hiring a Project Manager

The Rocky Mountain Prevention Research Center (RMPRC) in the Colorado School of Public Health (CSPH) has an opening for a full-time Senior Professional Research Assistant (Project Manager) position. The RMPRC’s mission is to advance healthy lifestyles and prevent chronic disease among residents and communities in the Rocky Mountain region by conducting, disseminating, and serving as a resource for community-based prevention research and policy.

The RMPRC was awarded a three-year grant from The Colorado Health Foundation titled “Healthy Eaters, Lifelong Movers 2”, HELM 2, a follow up to HELM1 (2010-13). HELM’s goal is to increase student access to healthy foods, quality physical education, and physical activity in rural, low-income K-12 schools. RMPRC will partner with 119 schools located in the San Luis Valley (SLV) and southeastern Colorado to implement evidence-based, school level environment and policy changes using AIM (Assess, Identify, Make it Happen) and the Physical Education Academy.

RMPRC is now hiring Sr. Professional Research Assistants (Project Manager) to oversee the AIM effort. Click here for the description.

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