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Impact Partnerships Lead - Multiple Positions

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El trabajo se debe realizar en o cerca de Estados Unidos
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Publicado hace 19 días

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Tipo de contrato
A Tiempo Completo
Salario
USD $75.000 - $85.000 / año

Descripción

What We’re Looking For:

FoodCorps seeks an extraordinarily motivated candidate to manage a portfolio of partnerships with school districts and community-based organizations across multiple states that are advancing local goals for expanding student access to nourishing school meals and hands-on food education. Reporting to the Regional Director, this position is responsible for leading the cultivation, support, and management of FoodCorps partnerships. As the key representative and relationship-holder for FoodCorps at the local and state levels, the Partnerships Lead works closely with nonprofit partners, district administrators, and policy makers to support food education and meal program investments across their states. The Impact Partnerships Lead plays an active role in advancing community-level outcomes through strategic engagement in district, community, and state-level events and coalitions. They contribute to broader systemic change by managing and facilitating policy and advocacy partnerships and activating FoodCorps’ local networks of families, partners, and alumni towards policy change.  

This full-time position will have the ability to be remote within the set of states where we hold partnerships, which are currently [insert state(s)]. Both statewide and national travel will be required, up to 30%. Below are the open positions:

Impact Partnerships Lead, Washington DC and Maryland

Impact Partnerships Lead, Missouri, Iowa, and Illinois

Impact Partnerships Lead, California and Nevada

Impact Partnerships Lead, Georgia and Alabama

Impact Partnerships Lead, Kentucky, North Carolina, and Virginia

Who You Are:

You are passionate about FoodCorps’ mission and have a demonstrated dedication to food justice and racial equity. You excel at developing partnerships that center on building sustainable systems for food education and nourishing school meals while supporting the conditions needed for the delivery of impactful programming to students and schools. You cultivate relationships that are grounded in shared goals and deep understanding of the assets of partner communities in order to support sustained impact. You are engaged with local, state, and/or regional networks related to health equity, food justice, farm to school and/or education. You are familiar with the challenges faced by schools and districts situated in historically marginalized communities. You are an effective communicator who is and are known for delivering high-quality work among contending priorities. You have experience cultivating and managing complex partnerships. 

How We Work:

At FoodCorps we are intentional about how we do our work, and how we show up in the world. We practice being in charge of accessing, feeding, and evolving our worldviews. We connect with our history, own our flaws, evolve our biases, and deepen our understanding of ourselves. We are willing to hold ourselves and others accountable with care through courageous conversations while celebrating diversity, embracing complexity, and building belonging. We recognize that we do not have all of the answers, we create space for divergent perspectives. We are intentional and collaborative about shifting power, access, and resources to those most impacted by systemic oppression.


Primary Responsibilities:

  • In partnership with the Regional Director and Director of Program Expansion, develop and implement a strong strategy for FoodCorps partnerships across 2-3 states that informs and advances regional and national strategies 
  • Build and manage a set of mission-aligned partnerships, including developing, tracking, and actively contributing to the advancement of district level goals for building sustainable systems for food education and nourishing school meals
  • Collaborate with Student Impact Leads to understand FoodCorps member experience and inform the development of annual plans, and address challenges with site partnership to ensure proper support for members and alignment with agreed upon partnership expectations 
  • Support district-level School Nutrition Member programming through collaboration with site partners to develop multi-year goals and aligned member activities, train School Nutrition Members, and monitor progress toward menu change and district-wide initiatives
  • Lead strategy development, implementation, and post-cycle evaluation of local FoodCorps Member recruitment process, collaborating with FoodCorps’ national recruitment team and partner sites to develop a pipeline of strong, local, BIPOC candidates 
  • In partnership with Powerbuilding leadership and area leads (School Nutrition Leadership, Alumni, Family Engagement) to manage FoodCorps’ powerbuilding activities and operations in their states, through strategic engagement in district, community, and state-level events and coalitions 
  • In partnership with the National Policy Team, strategize, manage and facilitate policy and advocacy partnerships, including participation in local and state associations and coalitions, and distribution of advocacy tools and resources to support the activation of FoodCorps’ local network of families, partners, and alumni
  • In partnership with Marketing and Campaigns, elevate stories of local impact and leadership to internal and external partners and serve as FoodCorps spokesperson for media and fundraising opportunities
  • Lead the collection of site fees and application of financial assistance across their states
  • Facilitate data collection, research and intentional dissemination of district and community-level data and evaluation reports to support case making and learning towards continuous improvement

Measures of Success:

By the end of Year 1, the Impact and Partnership Lead will have:

  • Articulated a long-term strategy for engagement in each state(s), informed by FoodCorps’ national goals related to policy, movement building, and community-based programming
  • Assessed existing school district partnerships to determine alignment of goals with FoodCorps’ Theory of Change and Program Theory, effectively advanced transition, change management or continued strengthening of the partnership 
  • Collaborated with Director of Partnership Expansion and Regional Director to cultivate a pipeline of aligned prospective partnerships across the full geographic footprint for the next 1-2 years that ensure FoodCorps member placements and financial sustainability with a minimum of 3 prospective district/CBOs cultivated towards readiness for partnership.  
  • Collaborated with school district and community stakeholders in 100% of current partnerships to develop or revise multi-year partnership plans that ensure alignment of programming towards shared goals and FoodCorps Theory of Change 
  • Tracked and actively contributed to the progress of multi-year goals related to sustained systems for food ed and school nutrition in 85% of district partnerships 
  • Collaborated with each site partner to design and implement at least 2 activities to engage families and local stakeholders in awareness campaigns in alignment with FoodCorps’ broader powerbuilding goals and initiatives.
  • Identified key policy initiatives at the local and state levels, with clear entry points for FoodCorps’ leadership or active contribution
  • Shared at least two storytelling opportunities that connect local work to FoodCorps’ policy goals
  • Developed a strong FoodCorps member recruitment strategy in collaboration with FoodCorps’ national recruitment team, including working with community partners to understand their needs and cultivate inclusive pipelines of local, BIPOC leaders to ensure that 100% of member positions are filled with high quality candidates by the start of the program year


What We’re Looking For:

FoodCorps seeks an extraordinarily motivated candidate to manage a portfolio of partnerships with school districts and community-based organizations across multiple states that are advancing local goals for…

Compensación

Thriving at FoodCorps:

In addition to generous medical benefits and an annual $3000 401(k) matching, FoodCorps provides:

Time Away:

Social justice work is both vital and demanding. FoodCorps recognizes this and provides ample time to step away and recharge, including:

  • half-day Fridays
  • 5 weeks of accrued time off
  • 12 federal holidays (AND your birthday!)
  • 2-week winter break
  • a sabbatical policy

Family Planning:

As an organization that supports youth development, our family policies need to match our values. To that end, we offer:

  • 16 weeks paid parental leave
  • Up to $7500 in financial support towards adoption fees, surrogacy expenses, contraceptive services, and travel for abortion services

Ongoing Support and Professional Development:

At FoodCorps, we want our people to work in the way that works best for them. We provide:

  • $850 annual home office funds
  • Internet bill reimbursement
  • Partial cell phone reimbursement
  • $500 annual professional development funds


Thriving at FoodCorps:

In addition to generous medical benefits and an annual $3000 401(k) matching, FoodCorps provides:

Time Away:

Social justice work is both vital and demanding…

Ubicación

A Distancia
El trabajo debe llevarse a cabo desde cualquier lugar en Estados Unidos
Ubicación Asociada
1140 SE 7th Ave, Portland, OR 97214, United States

Cómo aplicar

How to Apply:

Applications will be accepted until a match is made. To be considered, submit your résumé and cover letter through our hiring site at https://foodcorps.org/careers/. Please note that incomplete applications may not be considered.

This position has a starting salary range between $75,000-$85,000/yr.  

People of color, people with disabilities, veterans, and LGBTQ candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. FoodCorps is committed to a diverse workplace, and to supporting our staff with ongoing career development opportunities. FoodCorps is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its employment decisions. FoodCorps provides reasonable accommodation to applicants and employees as required by law.

Applicants with disabilities may request reasonable accommodation at any point in the employment process.

We are excited to share that this role will be a part of a cohort-based recruitment process. This approach allows us to better support our applicants and ensure a more collaborative and enriching experience from the very start. Here’s what you can expect after passing the initial screening stage:

  1. Collaborative Experience: By joining a cohort, you will go through the recruitment process with a group of peers, allowing for shared experiences and mutual support.
  2. Structured Timeline: The 3 day process, and pre-work tasks,  will follow a clear and structured timeline, ensuring that all applicants have equal opportunities and access to resources.
  3. Community Building: This method fosters a sense of community and belonging, helping you build connections with future colleagues and mentors early on.

We believe that this approach will not only enhance your application experience but also set the stage for a strong start in our organization. We look forward to getting to know you and supporting you through this journey!

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Legitimate messages from FoodCorps will only come from an email address ending in @foodcorps.org—not any variations of that (e.g. hr@careers-foodcorps.org, morgan@careers-foodcorps.org, etc). Any interested applicants should apply directly to FoodCorps' open positions on https://foodcorps.hiringthing.com/. Additionally FoodCorps will not ask you to submit any information outside of our website prior to hire.  The best way to contact us regarding employment opportunities is through our site at https://foodcorps.org/careers/.


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How to Apply:

Applications will be accepted until a match is made. To be considered, submit your résumé and cover letter through our hiring site at https://foodcorps.org/careers/. Please…

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