Hood River County School District has an opening for a Cook Manager I (8 hours-day) at Parkdale Elementary. The Cook Manager position duties include directing food service personnel at Parkdale Elementary School to perform their functions in a safe and efficient manner; providing food services at Parkdale Elementary that meets the mandated nutritional needs of students; ensuring availability of quantities of items; menu planning, preparing and distributing food service items for consumption by students and others; providing written support to convey information; and complying with mandated health requirements
This posting will remain open until filled. This is a temporary 8 hour/day position to begin immediately and will last for the remainder of the 2018/19 school year.
To apply, download the job description and application instructions available here.
Grow Portland is hiring a skilled Executive Director to guide the delivery of our school garden and healthy eating programs in Portland, Oregon. Grow Portland is the leading, local nonprofit organization dedicated to school garden education with more than 15 public school partners. Each month, we work with 7,000 students of which more than half are students of color.
The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the implementation of programs and partnerships in collaborations with the board of directors and staff. Key duties include fundraising, financial management, marketing, human resources management and legal compliance.
We welcome applications from candidates with a passion for education and skills working in ethnically diverse communities and we encourage applicants with diverse life, work and educational experiences to apply.
The position materials are attached and also posted at: www.growportland.org/jobs
Questions about the position can be directed to:
Amy Gilroy, Board of Directors
E.D. Recruitment Committee Chair
ODE’s Farm to School Grants are funded by the Oregon State Legislature, and funding needs to be renewed each session, through Oregon’s Farm to School Bill. The Legislative Session began on January 22 and the Oregon Farm to School and School Garden Network (OFSSGN) has an ambitious plan to pass an expanded Oregon Farm to School Bill, to provide increased funding for Oregon’s Farm to School Grants.
HB 2579, the 2019 Farm to School Bill would expand the Farm to School Grant Program to provide additional funding for both Procurement and Education Grants, and additional funding for summer meals. HB 2579 requests a total of $8.5 million (this is $4 million more than is available for the current Grant Program). This is an ambitious expansion and our partners with the OFSSGN need everyone’s support to make it reality.
The OFSSGN is coordinating two Lobby Days for the Farm to School Bill on Thursday March 14 and Friday March 15 in conjunction with the OSNA State Conference. We’re hoping that while you’re in Salem for the OSNA Conference that you can take an hour or so out of your day on Thursday (before the conference) or Friday (if you’ll have a break in your day) to head over to the Oregon State Capitol, which is six blocks away, to meet with your legislator(s) to express your support for the ODE Farm to School Grant Program.
The OFSSGN will schedule one or two meetings for you (they’ll last about 15 minutes each) accompany you to the meeting(s), and can help you prep what you’ll say if you’d like. All you need to do is show up with your story about how the grant program makes a difference for your district, students, or community.
If you are willing/able to meet with your legislators on Thursday March 14 or Friday March 15, please RSVP using this form and someone from the OFSSGN will be in touch to schedule your meetings and provide all the info you need.
If you have questions contact Megan@oregonfarmtoschool.org. Thank you for your engagement!
We are currently seeking a Health and Wellness Manager who will serve a key role in helping meet our objectives and fulfill the organization’s mission.
Roles and responsibilities for the Health and Wellness Manager include, but are not limited to:
• Partner & relationship management
• Program management & implementation
• Project management & support
• Promotional & educational events
• Collaboration and team support
This is a full-time position based in Dairy West’s Draper, UT office. Salary will be determined dependent on experience and full benefits will be offered. This position requires a bachelor’s degree in a health-related field that supports the job description plus 5 years of experience or any equivalent combination of education and experience. Given the nature of Dairy West’s work, this position may occasionally include some in-state and out-of-state travel. This role reports to the Vice President of Health and Wellness.
Please submit cover letter, three references with contact information and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions, please contact Heidi Martin, Vice President of Health & Wellness, at 208-810-7558. Download a job description here.