- Terms: 36 hrs/wk, full-time permanent
- Salary: $52,416 – $56,160 ($28-30/hr)
- Benefits: 5 weeks vacation | $600 Health Spending Account | 5 days paid Professional Development
- Start Date: October / November 2023
The Coordinator of Education Programs is responsible for delivering program curriculum in classroom, and virtual classroom settings throughout the Vancouver area, as well as providing additional support to program Educators as they do the same. The Coordinator guides students through engaging lesson plans that appeal to all learning types and empowers youth to take personal actions towards a sustainable world. Strong verbal and written communication skills are necessary to fulfill this role and represent Elements Society in a professional manner. Candidates must have experience working with children and youth, and general knowledge of environmental subjects.
Urban Bounty (UB) is seeking a visionary and community-minded Executive Director to lead our charity in advancing a resilient Richmond food system through education, advocacy and community building initiatives. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director drives program development, enhances our brand and fosters transparent relationships with
stakeholders and Board members.
MVA is seeking to hire a Community Organizer to coordinate the public and internal organizing process of the Alliance, based on the model of the Industrial Areas Foundation. This involves institutional relationship-building, listening campaigns, community-led research, planning public actions, evaluation and reflection, training, fundraising, and administrative duties. You will coordinate relationship-building and action amongst people and organizations in our membership base, and work to expand collaboration with various communities and organizations outside of the membership base as well.
The Program Assistant will support the VFR team with the following areas of work: program logistics, including food rescues when needed; volunteer recruitment and stewardship; and food donor recruitment and stewardship.
Reporting to the Director of Community Engagement and Food Systems, and working alongside the Project Management Office and Quality Assurance Manager, the Manager of Community
Food Development will be responsible for leading a team to plan, implement, monitor and evaluate community food development projects across the province of British Columbia. These projects include but are not limited to the Resilient BC project, Capturing the Voices of Underrepresented End-User Experiences project, Northern BC Networking and Capacity Building Initiative, and Can You Dig It.
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Development Manager is responsible for leading the strategic development and management of our fundraising efforts. Build relationship with funders, donors, partners, & volunteers and successfully develop and execute fundraising and development strategies and initiatives to provide sustainable, enhanced and diversified revenue streams in support of our programs and mission.
You will be part of the Population and Public Health team and will report to the Lead, Food Security. You are responsible for coordinating and promoting projects and initiatives throughout the planning, development, implementation and evaluation phases. This role provides professional expertise when leading the review process of provincial population & public health projects and resources, and actively promotes food security to share knowledge and influence policy. You will facilitate collaborative work with key partners including PHSA programs, Health Authorities, Ministry of Health (MoH), project consultants, non-governmental organizations and other identified partners.