Job Posting: Part Time Program and Administrative Coordinator

Chelsea Community Kitchen is seeking a part-time Program and Administrative Coordinator in the Chelsea, MI area. Chelsea Community Kitchen (CCK) is a non-profit focused on a vision of a community where enthusiasm for local food helps people, the environment, and the economy thrive. Programs in the Western Washtenaw area focus on educating consumers about eating local and healthy and teaching youth how to cook and make healthy food choices.  

Position Summary: Coordinator will be accountable for programs and daily administration of the Chelsea Community Kitchen. This is a contractual, 6-month position of up to 10 hours per month to begin March 27. Contract may be renewed. The candidate will train with our current Coordinator for a six month period before taking over all job responsibilities, at which point hours will increase to 20/month.

How to Apply: Submit cover letter and resume (including references) by Friday, March 25, to chelseacommunitykitchen@gmail.com or mail to Chelsea Community Kitchen, PO box 534, Chelsea, MI 48118.

Location: Chelsea, MI

Salary: $16.00 per hour (10 hours per month)

Benefits: none, contract position

Employment Type: Part Time

Description: Program and Administrative Officer

Reports to: Board of Directors

 

Duties:

Assist with achievement of CCK’s strategic plan and objectives

Oversight of daily operations of CCK, including regular email communications

Collaborate with community partners and stakeholders

Work directly with Board, Committees, and volunteers to achieve goals

Ensure success of programs (set dates, obtain venue, negotiate contracts, communicate with instructors, etc.)

Coordinate marketing materials, information, and promotion for all events

 

Qualifications and Skills Needed:

Bachelors degree from accredited college or university

Experience in a non-profit setting with a proven track record of building relationships with community partners and stakeholders, and volunteers

Experience working with a volunteer board

Strong interpersonal skills and ability to interact with a wide variety of people

Solid verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to facilitate productive meetings

Demonstrated ability to work independently and a proven record of working collaboratively with others

Ability to attend one or more evening meetings per month

Familiar with social media and website management (use of WordPress highly desirable)

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