We are so excited to launch recruitment for a new team member to help lead and steward the Food Systems Leadership Network into its next phase of growth and impact. We are hoping to have someone start in mid-January so the application window is short – applications are due December 1. Please help us spread the word and find the right person to join the FSLN backbone team!
The ideal candidate for the FSLN Project Manager will be a network leader and systems thinker, bring a learning and growth mindset, and be deeply committed to advancing racial equity and justice through their work. They will be familiar with the unique role of the FSLN within the broader ecosystem of food systems transformation in the United States and have demonstrated experience in project and program management in our field. This position includes building and nurturing relationships with a wide range of people, including network members, partners, and funders in the food systems sector, so an ability to connect and relate with people from all kinds of backgrounds is a must!
The Wallace Center has been building strategies for centering racial and economic equity in our work and we are seeking candidates eager to forward that mission. We have worked hard to make the Center a safe, supportive, and human-centered workplace where food systems leaders of all races, genders, ages, abilities, and backgrounds will thrive. We are committed to building a diverse staff and strongly encourage applications from Black, Indigenous, and other candidates of color.
About the Job: The FSLN Project Manager (full job description attached) will be a key leader in the implementation and administration of the Food Systems Leadership Network and the projects and programs that serve it. They will lead the design and delivery of several emerging network activities including Racial Affinity Groups, Network Activation Grants, and the FSLN Evolution Team, while also contributing to and/or leading other core network services in partnership with other network backbone team members including the Community Food Systems Mentorship Program, virtual Non-Profit Boot Camp workshop series, Food Systems Leadership Retreats, and several Communities of Practice.
This is an amazing opportunity for an experienced and rising leader who thrives at the intersection of food systems change, collaboration, leadership development, and racial equity. This is a full-time, remote position with a salary range of $70,000 – $75,000 and truly excellent benefits. All interested candidates should send in a cover letter, resume, and writing sample to [email protected] by December 1.Recommend0 recommendationsPublished in