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Vouchers 4 Veggies – EatSF

Program Associate

Vouchers4Veggies-EatSF is hiring a Program Associate to lead coordination of several healthy voucher programs in San Francisco. The ideal candidate will have experience working with Community Based Organizations and/or food assistance, and a passion for advancing nutrition equity in our communities. This work requires availability to attend frequent in-person meetings across San Francisco; Spanish speaker preferred, but not required.

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Seligman Research Team

Produce Prescription Program Coordinator

The Seligman Research Team is seeking several highly organized Produce Prescription Program Coordinators with knowledge of and/or direct experience with produce prescription programs to join their dynamic team in supporting projects related to food and nutrition security and advancing the field of food is medicine. These positions will play a key role in providing high-quality, timely training, technical assistance, and support to the Vouchers 4 Veggies program as well as a large network of other programs and interested parties involved in the operation and evaluation of produce prescription programs.More specifically, the Gus Schumacher Nutrition Incentive Program Training, Technical Assistance, Evaluation, and Information Center (GusNIP NTAE) supports produce prescription programs across the country. The NTAE is led by the Gretchen Swanson Center for Nutrition (GSCN) and funded through a cooperative agreement with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). In partnership with lead partners UCSF and Fair Food Network, GSCN has assembled the Nutrition Incentive Hub, a coalition of evaluators, researchers, practitioners, and grocery and farmers market experts from across the country dedicated to strengthening and uniting the best thinking in the field to increase access to affordable, healthy food for those who need it most.The Seligman Research Team is responsible for leading all support efforts for GusNIP-funded produce prescription grantees, potential applicants, and the broader field. We are seeking several Program Coordinators to assist with the development and delivery of a comprehensive suite of training and technical assistance activities for produce prescription programs nationally. This is a full-time, hybrid position located in San Francisco, CA.

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Postdoctoral Scholar

The Seligman Research Team is seeking a postdoctoral scholar to work alongside Dr. Hilary Seligman and her dynamic team supporting multiple implementation, research and evaluation projects related to food and nutrition security and food is medicine interventions. The postdoctoral scholar may play key scientific roles in one or more ongoing and new projects, potentially including a large, nationwide evaluation examining the impact of produce prescription programs and the implementation of new program models. The postdoctoral scholar will support the Seligman Research Team’s qualitative and/or quantitative data analysis efforts and contribute to broader scientific and public knowledge by preparing and publishing manuscripts.

This is a full-time position in the Bay Area with a flexible/hybrid schedule. The position is for up to two years and suitable for graduating doctoral students who are looking to gain research experience and further career development in either academic or applied settings.

Preferred Qualifications

Postdoctoral scholar applicants must possess a doctoral degree (PhD, DrPH, MD, or equivalent) in nutrition, health or public health, epidemiology, health services research, or a related field. Strong quantitative or qualitative analytical and writing skills are required. Methodological expertise in cross-sectional and longitudinal analysis, qualitative, and/or mixed methods research is essential. Experience in Stata, R, or SAS for quantitative analyses and Atlas.ti., Dedoose or Nvivo for qualitative analyses is preferred. Previous experience or familiarity with the social determinants of health, food is medicine interventions and/or produce prescription programs, health and/or racial disparities, and populations at risk for or experiencing food insecurity is essential. Lived experience with food insecurity would be a valuable contribution to the role.

Scholars will be expected to conduct quantitative and/or qualitative research analysis, publish first-authored manuscripts on projects aligned with the primary research topic, present findings at national conferences and disseminate with local partners, and assist with future grant applications to establish research independence. Scholars will also be expected to participate in ongoing data collection and technical assistance efforts. In keeping with a goal of the Seligman Research Team to train the next generation of strategic scientists, fellows will be supported in pursuing communication opportunities beyond the peer-reviewed literature such as op-eds, policy briefs, or white papers.

How to Apply

To apply, please submit an application packet containing a research statement, CV, contact information for three references, and one sample publication to with subject line “postdoc application for [your first and last name]” by April 15th, 2024. Questions about the position can also be directed to

Salary ranges for postdoc hires:

code: Postdoctoral Scholar – Employee (003252) and Level will be dependent upon experience.

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