Primary responsibilities include managing and supporting field staff relative to local expansion strategies to feed the hungry and maximize underutilized federal funding. The position also serves as a liaison both to funders regarding grant-funded projects and to agencies charged with administering these programs. The position reports directly to the President/CEO and acts as her/his designee in the absence of the President/CEO. While the below list outlines the core responsibilities of the position, it is meant as a general guideline and not all inclusive. The Projects Manger is expected to work closely with the CEO to serve the mission and goals of Florida Impact, taking on whatever duties and projects are in the best interest of the organization. Some travel may be required.
Core Duties and Responsibilities
1. Under supervision of the President/CEO, manage regional field staff who work throughout Florida to connect public and private nonprofit organizations with federal nutrition and economic support programs.
2. Report to funders, state agencies, and national collaborators on grant-related projects and assist grant manager in the development of grant applications.
3. Supervise data collection and web site maintenance.
4. Lead or assist with Florida Impact’s special projects including event and campaign coordination, public presentations, networking, and the creation of new materials.
This is a work-from-home role based in Tallahassee that requires a highly organized, self-motivated, and conscientious person. In addition, this position requires demonstrated experience in the following:
- College degree required, graduate degree in related field is preferred.
- Prior supervisory experience is preferred
- Knowledge of anti-hunger programs and policy preferred
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office and Windows-based computer applications
- Data collection and data management experience.
- Demonstrable written and verbal skills
- Level 2 background check required
MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED
HOW TO APPLY