|Food Bank Name
||Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida
||October 2, 2017
||Community Health and Nutrition Manager
||Community Health and Nutrition Manager position available in Orlando, FL
Principal Duties & Responsibilities: Manage a comprehensive nutrition program that includes, but is not limited to:
- Managing and mentoring the Nutrition Educator, Program Coordinators and Interns.
- Identifying and managing collaborative relationships with healthcare providers and community organizations.
- Representing SHFB at community coalition meetings and conferences related to community health, as needed.
- Assisting Development Department to identify funding opportunities and ensure contract fulfillment, timely and accurate reporting, and compliance with grant guidelines.
- Organize and support worksite wellness efforts for SHFB staff.
- Position SHFB as integral stakeholder in community health promotion.
- Develop and manage partnerships with healthcare organizations and community partners in the SHFB service area.
- Support local healthcare organizations with information and training on the relationship between health and food insecurity, food insecurity screening and food access interventions.
- Work with healthcare organizations to develop tailored food insecurity screening and intervention programs based on the unique needs, assets and infrastructure of each organization/partnership.
- Serve as key staff to Health and Hunger Initiative.
- On the national level, collaborate and support Feeding America’s health and hunger work.
- Oversee nutrition outreach activities performed by the CHN team.
- With Agency Relations team, develop, plan and implement strategies related to developing a network of healthy feeding partners, including nudges, agency education, interface with healthcare providers, etc.
- Set, track and report progress on goals for CHN outreach activities.
- Plan, implement, and evaluate nutrition, cooking and food safety education for SHFB feeding programs, and/or clients, as well as culinary students.
- Develop, design or resource, and distribute nutrition, cooking, and food safety education materials for various populations, including pamphlets, handouts and recipes. Materials should be culturally-sensitive and geared towards the needs of the population served.
- Explore and evaluate strategies to expand the reach of trainings on healthy affordable meal preparation and techniques.
- Oversee ongoing quality control for and education regarding SHFB’s nutrition ranking system (F2E).
- Ensure ongoing quality control evaluations for F2E.
- Track data related to program goals; evaluate data and outcomes to assess program strengths and make changes as necessary; report metrics to funders and supervisors.
- Support Operations department in the acquisition and promotion of fresh produce and other healthy food items.
- Other o Ensure clear, frequent and effective communication with other SHFB departments.
- Support development team with media opportunities related to food, nutrition, food security and CHN programming
- Contribute content to SHFB newsletters, blogs, and social media sites.
- Organize and support strategic nutrition-related events, such as the annual agency conference.
- Advocate for policies that increase food security and access to nutritious foods.
- Serve as preceptor to dietetic interns and provide them with experiences in food banking and community nutrition. Utilize interns in ways that draw from their strengths and contribute to nutrition projects and programs.
- Bachelor’s degree required in nutrition, public health or related field. RDN/MPH preferred.
- Ability to work with diverse populations, including children, adults, low-income families, community leaders, etc.
- Experience in nutrition education with program planning, management, and evaluation preferred.
- Experience with successful management of grant-supported programming.
- Strong verbal and written communication, organization and presentation skills. Strong interpersonal skills.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office programs, especially Word, Publisher, Excel.
- Valid Florida driver’s license and transportation required.
- ServSafe Manager Certification and CPR/First Aid training preferred.
- Bilingual preferred, written and spoken Spanish or Creole preferred.
- Must be able to pass a criminal background check.
Medical, Dental, Vision and other benefits
||October 30, 2017
|How to Apply
Please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline to apply is October 27, 2017 or stop by Second Harvest at 411 Mercy Drive to complete an application.
|About the Organization
Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida is a private, nonprofit organization that collects, stores and distributes donated food to more than 550 feeding partners in six Central Florida counties: Brevard, Lake, Orange, Osceola, Seminole and Volusia. Last year, with the help of numerous donors, volunteers and a caring, committed community, the food bank distributed 52 million meals to partner programs such as food pantries, soup kitchens, women’s shelters, senior centers, day care centers and Kids Cafes. In addition to helping feed the line of our neighbors who need help, Second Harvest also transforms dozens of lives directly every year. Economically-challenged adults who graduate from our 14-week culinary training program are placed in ‘better than minimum wage’ jobs that set them and their families on a path to self-sustainability. Yet another important activity helps connect people who are eligible to receive SNAP food assistance benefits with the resources they need to access the program and get help.
The Community Health and Nutrition Programs Manager oversees all Community Health and Nutrition (CHN) programming at Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida. The Community Health and Nutrition Programs Manager works closely with the Agency Relations and Programs Team leadership and other Food Bank departments to identify internal opportunities for collaboration in order to integrate nutrition resources and expertise into relevant Food Bank initiatives, streamline processes, share information and identify best practices. The CHN Programs Manager will also work with community stakeholders to increase healthy food access, raise awareness of food insecurity as a public health issue, promote and facilitate nutrition education, and ultimately build a healthier and more food secure community. The CHN Programs Manager supervises the Nutrition Educator, Program Coordinators and Interns. The CHN Programs Manager reports to the Director of Agency Relations and Programs.