National WIC Association

Vendor Peer Group Reassessment Analyst

Department of Public Health (Sacramento County, CA)

Department of Public Health

JC-27868- Vendor Peer Group Reassessment Analyst

$3,448.00 - $5,604.00 per Month

Final Filing Date: 12/2/2021

Job Description and Duties

This position supports the California Department of Public Health’s (CDPH) mission and strategic plan of advancing the health and well-being of California’s diverse people and communities by serving as a part of the Vendor Management Branch (VMB), to provide monitor, train and support for and collaboration with grocery vendors statewide that serve Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program families.  

Under supervision of the Chief, Vendor Support Unit (VSU), Staff Services Manager I (SSM I), the Staff Services Analyst (SSA) performs less complex technical and analytical assignments involved with the operation and monitoring of vendor compliance functions of the WIC Division (such as: analyzing and monitoring data submission from federal agencies and vendors, analyzing collected data, Maintain the Vendor Peer Group Assessment Resource Manual and training tools. The SSA exercises professionalism and tact when interacting with Division staff  and the general public and provides technical support and backup assistance to other analysts in the VMB. The SSA performs moderately complex administrative and technical functions requiring strong oral, writing, and Microsoft Office skills. Statewide travel up to 10% of the time.

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Position Details

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Working Title:

Vendor Peer Group Reassessment Analyst



$3,448.00 - $4,320.00 A

$3,733.00 - $4,672.00 B

$4,476.00 - $5,604.00 C


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Work Location:

Sacramento County

Job Type:

Permanent, Full Time

Department Information

The Women, Infants, Children Program (WIC) has been part of the nation’s nutrition safety net for over 40 years.

Extensive research has found WIC to be a cost-effective investment that improves the nutrition and health of low-income families — leading to healthier infants, more nutritious diets and   better health care for children, and subsequently to higher academic achievement for students. As a result of the research documenting WIC’s effectiveness, Administrations and Congresses of both parties have provided sufficient funding since 1997 to ensure that WIC can serve all who qualify. WIC helps families get healthy food and a lot more including nutrition education, breastfeeding support, benefits for healthy foods, and referrals to healthcare and other community services.

Like other divisions within the California Department of Public Health, WIC builds its program to support participants who are affected by Social Determinants of Health by providing access to nutritious foods, health education, and referrals.

WIC serves babies and children up to age five, pregnant women, and new mothers. Dads, grandparents, foster parents of young children, and working families are welcome at WIC too!

Over 200 state staff work at California Department of Public Health’s WIC Division located at the Natomas campus in Sacramento (free parking!).

The WIC Division is led by senior managers administering a Local Services Branch, Vendor Management Branch, Policy and Planning Branch, and the Data Analysis, Research, and Evaluation Section.  Through these branches, support staff, analysts, specialists, and nutritionists serve the needs of WIC local agencies.

WIC is well-known for its nutritionists who provide state and local guidance to support the WIC participant in receiving healthy and nutritional food, including breast feeding support.  Monthly, more that 1 million WIC participants can find support at one of 83 local agencies which maintain more than 500 sites throughout California.

WIC participants can redeem their food benefits at more than 4,000 grocers who are authorized to serve WIC families.

Currently, the WIC Division implemented a new Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card called the California WIC Card and a new management information system that will allow WIC participants to be served more efficiently; these were delivered in waves throughout the state.

As important as our work, WIC is in its third year of a professional development process to build a division wide team that is collaborative, and strengths based. WIC is serious about this commitment to excellence, and it is believed that through exploration of a strengths-based approach, this division can continue to develop and best serve the WIC participant.

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