The Los Angeles Food Policy Council is hiring!
Job Opening: Project Director for the Healthy Neighborhood Market Network
The Los Angeles Food Policy Council is looking to hire a self-starter and systems thinker with strong program management skills to fill the role of Project Director for the Healthy Neighborhood Market Network.
The Healthy Neighborhood Market Network (HNMN) is an initiative of the Los Angeles Food Policy Council that builds the capacity and leadership of corner store and neighborhood market owners in low-income communities and communities of color to provide more Good Food options to their communities.
The Project Director for the Healthy Neighborhood Market Network (HNMN) will oversee the training and technical assistance provided to several hundred neighborhood markets and food entrepreneurs, and is responsible for demonstrating the impact of the project. The Director is responsible for managing three core aspects of HNMN: (1) Curriculum development & implementation, including training and professional mentorship programs (2) Impact evaluation & monitoring and (3) Technical assistance for active members in the HNMN Leadership Corps.
For a complete job description and application information, please click here. All applications must be received by 5:00 pm on Friday, April 17, 2015.