This position is the primary educator for adults and families for the Community Food Education program at Solid Ground, leading classes, workshops, and events to strengthen communities’ ability to navigate their food environments. This position will provide hands-on (currently virtual) educational opportunities for adults and families to learn about growing, buying, cooking, and eating nutritious foods while on a budget.
65% Facilitate cooking/nutrition classes, workshop and events with adults and families using the Cooking Matters curriculum at community sites in the Seattle and King County area (currently led virtually). Support youth and farm-based education as needed.
15% Perform administrative work to support classes – order class materials, groceries, class dishes, administer survey assessments, enter and track data, complete reports in a timely manner
10% Support partner sites in ongoing health and wellness through participant-led activities including cooking clubs, wellness clubs, cooking demonstrations, etc.
5% Coordinate with volunteers in delivering class lesson materials in alignment with Solid Ground’s antiracism approach.
5% Work with volunteers delivering class lesson materials in alignment with Solid Ground’s antiracism approach.
5% Participate in program, department, and agency meetings, Anti-Racism Initiative work, and relevant trainings as required. Support departmental and program goals as needed.
The duties listed above are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position.Full Job Description