Healthy Communities Coalition of Lyon and Storey Counties
PO Box 517 Dayton NV 89403
Position-Project Manager Food Security
Definition: Under direction of the Healthy Communities Coalition’s (HCC) Executive Director and Board of Directors, the Project Manager will provide oversight and coordination of food security and education efforts in schools in Lyon County School District and the Lyon County community.
Principle Responsibilities: (1) Coordinate and implement garden and nutrition projects. (2) Assist in community and school environment assessment. (3) Policy, Systems and Environmental strategies. (4) Work with multiple partners to ensure a collaborative effort across food systems.
Communication: Maintain clear lines of communication with school administrators and HCC partners. Participate in frequent meetings with Executive Director and garden coordinators.
Qualifications: Degree or experience in Agriculture, and or Nutrition
Experience in coordination and working with partners. Ability to lead, nurture and attend to the spirit of collaboration, and the passion for positive community change.
Compensation: $15-$18 an hour depending on experience and funding available. Position is Grant funded and is not guaranteed.
Healthy Communities Coalition of Lyon and Storey Counties is a grassroots based partnership whose vision is to mobilize, share, and collaborate for healthy communities where all have opportunities to grow, live and learn. Our mission is to strive to promote and support sustainable, culturally inclusive prevention services, community initiatives, and capacity building systems that address all factions of a healthy community for all members.
The HCC team offers a unique work environment with much flexibility and opportunity for community engagement, ongoing trainings and deep connectivity.
Healthy Communities is an equal opportunity employer.
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