Job opening: Growing Futures Coordinator
Organization: Parkdale Food Centre
Location: Ottawa, Ontario
This position is 30 hours/week, starting Feb 1 2020; compensated at an annual full-time salary between $46,150-$49,450 (pro-rated to 30 hours/week), depending on experience. PFC provides paid sick leave, paid professional development and a generous health plan.
Job Purpose: Do you:
Then this is the gig for you!
Growing Futures is a small team dedicated to having big conversations with youth because we believe the world needs more fearless leaders! COVID-19 has changed both our relationship with food as well as with community, and these impacts have rippled into our education, family lives, health and wellbeing. As the Ottawa Community Foundation has so-well said, “the necessity and the opportunity to re-imagine ways to work towards a healthy, inclusive, vibrant, and sustainable City are now more evident than ever.” So we invite you to join us in the reimagining! As Growing Futures Coordinator, you will coordinate and help develop engaging, virtual programming that aims to inspire children and youth to understand the complex and interconnected problems of poverty, health and food insecurity in their neighbourhood. Under the guidance of the Centre Manager, and Growing Futures team member, you will help develop, deliver, and evaluate Growing Futures’ Solutionary Workshops.
Duties and Responsibilities
Communications and Partnerships ? Research, develop and secure new partnerships including the Ottawa School Food Network ? Manage and strengthen existing partnerships with teachers and school board ? Build relationships and engage with Advisory group, staff, and public to encourage participation and buy-in ? Manage internal and external communication about Growing Futures ? Develop and oversee the delivery of a communications plan for the program, identifying new and creative ways to use PFC’s Channels to increase the reach of our work
Skills and Qualifications (Qualifications non-exhaustive):
Please forward your Cover Letter and CV to Alissa Campbell by January 18th 2020: email@example.com . Some questions to consider when writing your cover letter: What is it that communities can do best? What do you care about enough to act on where you live?
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Current status: Open/apply now. Date posted: Jan 12 2021 ID: 58284