This position provides overall administrative support to the Community Food Education program which hosts cooking and nutrition classes (currently virtual), runs a farm, and works with community partners to improve food access. The Program Assistant is responsible for maintaining up to date records and organizing program information systems. The Program Assistant provides logistical support for program needs, including purchasing and transporting supplies, providing hands-on assistance, and other general support.
Essential Responsibilities, Duties & Tasks
35% Maintain programmatic tracking sheets and other data collection tools, Excel documents, databases, and other records. Work with program staff to ensure consistent data collection. Enter data into systems and maintain up to date information. Develop reports, fact sheets and presentations from data to assist in program development, and to provide information to government, media, and other individuals and organizations as needed. Prepare information for grant applications. Pull data and other information to prepare reports as needed.
30% Prepare materials and supplies for education efforts, including ordering, purchasing, and transporting food and supplies. Maintain accurate records of receipts and invoices. Prepare and submit check requests for program expenses. Send, prepare, and track invoices for partner agencies. Oversee general administrative tasks for the Nutrition Education program as needed, including but not limited to ordering supplies, coordinating logistics and providing general support for the program.
25% Provide staffing assistance to the Community Food Education program. Work closely with program staff and Manager to support general objectives of the program. Record, prepare, and distribute monthly program meeting notes. Provide assistance and support to Program Coordinators to support direct education efforts as well as local systems change implementation plans. Serve as classroom assistant on field trips, classes, and events as needed. Assist Farm Coordinator in engaging volunteers, students, and community members at farms.
5% Participate in program, department, and agency meetings, ARI 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.
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