The Program Manager will oversee our professional development offerings to drive local food sourcing and education in schools across the Commonwealth. The Program Manager will plan and execute effective workshops and other training activities for our core constituencies including school nutrition staff, farmers/fishermen/food producers, distributors, educators, and other farm to school stakeholders. This position oversees the organization’s two flagship events, the annual Farm to School Institute and the biennial Farm & Sea to School Conference, including facilitating a collaborative planning process for the conference. The Program Manager will also provide individualized technical assistance to schools and other institutions where appropriate. This position is full time. Read full job description with salary range & apply here.
The Project Coordinator is a temporary, grant-funded position that will provide support to two statewide farm to school initiatives focused on school gardens and local food promotion in schools, requiring survey implementation, resource development, and collaboration with staff members and external partners. This is a part-time position at 20 hours per week through June 2022 and is eligible for full benefits. Read full job description with salary range & apply here.
We will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis and encourage you to apply as soon as possible.