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Careers

About CFI

Passion. That’s the common attribute of those that work for our organization.  We are dedicated to helping the people who utilize our services.

If you’re ready to make a difference, browse our openings below. You can also make a difference for our organization by volunteering or interning with us. This is a great way to explore if our organization would fulfill your career objectives. Visit our Volunteer page to discover opportunities that may be of interest to you.
 

Positions Available

  • The Donation Station Program partners with local farmers, food producers, and emergency food assistance programs to provide fresh, local food to individuals and families experiencing food insecurity in Southeast Ohio. The role of the Donation Station Program Manager is to maintain program area operations, coordinate and support personnel and contribute to fund development to support the Donation Station programmatic efforts.

  • Community Food Initiatives (CFI) works to protect everyone’s right to healthy, local food. The Garden Program oversees the Community Gardens, School Gardens, Garden & Culinary Workshop Series, and Youth Entrepreneurs At Hope (YEAH) Kids programs. The role of the Garden Program Manager is to maintain program area operations, coordinate and support personnel and contribute to fund development to support the Community and School Garden programmatic efforts.
    Click the link above for more details and how to apply.

  • This VISTA will coordinate, research, and develop best practices for operation manuals, and multi-phase strategies relating to marketing, public relations, and social enterprise development. The VISTA will work with staff, board members, and Advisory Councils to increase engagement with underserved communities, determine methods to demonstrate monetized social benefits of our impact and assist with research and grant writing. Applicant qualifications include clear, effective verbal and written communication skills including public speaking; coordination and facilitation of meetings; ability to work with diverse groups; training and leadership skills; organizational skills including experience with Microsoft Office Suite, design and marketing skills, various online platforms; ability to work independently and in groups. An interest in local food systems and food security is valued. The application portal is open through May 28th. To apply visit: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?id=71818&fromSearch=true

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