Agency Relations Coordinator

City
North Charleston
State
South Carolina
Title
Agency Relations Coordinator
Description

The Agency Relations Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) and for assisting with the administration of nutrition activities funded through the federal SNAP-Education program. The Coordinator maintains an up-to-date knowledge of CSFP and The Emergency Food Assistance Program compliance guidelines to ensure LCFB is maximizing and protecting government resources, adhering to rules and regulations and properly documenting government-sponsored activities. The Coordinator also delivers nutrition education programs to SNAP eligible participants on an as-needed basis.

End date
Opportunity type
Job
Job responsibilities

Duties for this position include: collecting monthly CSFP reports from partner sites; prepare monthly CSFP report to Department of Social Services (DSS); develop/implement action plans for resolution of problematic issues and provide general guidance on how to avoid or mitigate issues in the future; serve as point of contact for CSFP; conduct annual CSFP trainings and biannual site visits with CSFP partners; and assist with the administration of SNAP-Education program through the Food & Nutrition Service.

Application qualifications

The Agency Relations Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) and for assisting with the administration of nutrition activities funded through the federal SNAP-Education program. The Coordinator maintains an up-to-date knowledge of CSFP and The Emergency Food Assistance Program compliance guidelines to ensure LCFB is maximizing and protecting government resources, adhering to rules and regulations and properly documenting government-sponsored activities. The Coordinator also delivers nutrition education programs to SNAP eligible participants on an as-needed basis. Duties for this position include: collecting monthly CSFP reports from partner sites; prepare monthly CSFP report to Department of Social Services (DSS); develop/implement action plans for resolution of problematic issues and provide general guidance on how to avoid or mitigate issues in the future; serve as point of contact for CSFP; conduct annual CSFP trainings and biannual site visits with CSFP partners; and assist with the administration of SNAP-Education program through the Food & Nutrition Service.

Benefits

Lowcountry Food Bank offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes FREE medical and dental plans to its employees, vision insurance, life insurance, holiday pay, and 401(k).

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How to apply

Submit Resume via email to [email protected]

About the organization

The mission of Lowcountry Food Bank is to lead the fight against hunger in our community. Lowcountry Food Bank (LCFB) was founded in 1983 as a clearinghouse for donated food items through the generosity of Trident United Way and Coastal Community Foundation. In 2018, LCFB partnered with approximately 300 agencies to distribute over 31 million pounds of food to over 200,000 food-insecure children, seniors, and adults. To learn more about the food bank’s mission and achievements, please visit www.lowcountryfoodbank.org.