Colorado Nonprofit Association

CBEH Community Justice Coordinator

Colorado Blueprint to End Hunger: Community Justice Coordinator

Guidance from (‘supervisor’): Policy Director

‘Interview Us!’ Office Hours to be held on July 8 – July 22; sign up at Calendly.

If you are unable to make it to the scheduled office hours, check out our Community Justice Coordinator Q&A.

Priority will be given to applications received by July 29.

Overview

The Colorado Blueprint to End Hunger (CBEH) is working to create a Colorado where everyone can access the food they choose, where they want it, and when they need it. As we work towards food justice, or food as a human right, we work to stay committed to our core values of equity, collaboration, transparency, authentically remaining accountable to communities, and acknowledging commodification of food as a root cause of hunger.

The four commitments that drive our ongoing work are:

The Blueprint has activated a number of open committees that act as think tanks around shared work to end hunger in Colorado, and we continuously achieve success through project teams that work collaboratively to complete time-bound tasks that move us towards food sovereignty. Trailhead Institute coordinates the logistics and multi-sector collaboration for these workgroups.

Trailhead

Trailhead Institute is a public health institute whose mission is to advance innovation and collaboration in public and environmental health. As a fiscal sponsor of the Colorado Blueprint to End Hunger, Trailhead provides administrative oversight for CBEH staff. As an employee of Trailhead, the Community Justice Coordinator will help to further the organization’s mission, to build a regenerative organization that actively works to reverse historical inequities within public health and within our organization, and to operate in accordance with our organizational drivers of collaboration, capacity, and justice. This person will ensure that a focus on inclusivity, diversity, and equity is incorporated throughout all components of their work.

Job Summary

The Community Justice Coordinator plays an essential role in supporting the Community Resiliency Initiative (CRI) grantee cohorts. This position reports to the Policy Director, and focuses on addressing the ongoing needs of CRI grantees by coordinating technical assistance, facilitating communication, and helping with grant reporting. The Community Justice Coordinator ensures that grantees receive the necessary support to successfully implement their programs, fostering community resilience and enhancing food justice across Colorado. By providing consistent and responsive assistance, this position contributes to the effectiveness and impact of the CRI grants in promoting equitable and sustainable food systems.

This position will work a hybrid-remote/in-person schedule with a focus on Colorado communities/time at our downtown Denver office.

Responsibilities:

Supporting CRI Grantee Cohorts

Facilitating Connections and Technical Assistance

Organizing Trainings and Capacity-Building Activities

Tracking Grantee Progress and Reporting

Key Skills:

Connecting and Collaborating with Grantees

Organizational and Tracking Skills

Community Needs Assessment

Technical Assistance and Support

Commitment to Equity and Community Resilience

Qualifications, and Additional Considerations:

Adaptability

Cultural Competence

Collaborative Team Player

Dedication to Mission

This is a full-time exempt position with office facilities available in Denver, Colorado. This is a hybrid-remote/in-person position with a focus on Colorado communities/time at our downtown Denver office located at 1999 Broadway, Suite 600.

Salary & Benefits

Hiring salary range for this position is $56,500 – 60,000. Trailhead Institute offers a generous benefits package including paid vacation and sick time (prorated for part-time employees), health, dental, vision, life, short-term and long-term disability, a free RTD EcoPass, and a 401k with a 100% employer match up to 10%.

License and Proof of Insurance Requirement

If you will be using a personal vehicle to drive yourself for Trailhead Institute business, you must provide a valid driver license and proof of insurance. While access to reliable transportation is a must, having a driver license and/or personal vehicle is not a requirement for employment with Trailhead Institute.

To Interview Us

We will be holding open office hours during the application period. This offers you an opportunity to schedule a 15-minute call and ask any questions regarding the job announcement, CBEH, or about Trailhead. Participation is optional in this non-interview portion of the process and won’t impact your consideration for the role. If you are unable to make it to the scheduled office hours, check out our Community Justice Coordinator Q&A. Please sign up at Calendly.

To ApplyPlease apply via Trailhead Institute’s online application system. You will be asked to upload your resume and job references. You will be given the opportunity to complete 5 questions in lieu of a cover letter.

Application review will begin the week of July 29, 2024. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, but full consideration will be given to applications completed and received before July 29. Only electronic submissions are accepted. The desired start date is October 1, 2024.This is a LIMITED-SERVICE position. At this time, funding for this position is provided by limited-term funding and is dependent on that funding being maintained. Once the funding ends, the position may be discontinued, and there is no guarantee for additional employment with Trailhead Institute.

CBEH and Trailhead Institute is dedicated to providing equal employment opportunities to all individuals based on job-related qualifications and ability to perform a job, without regard to age, sex, race, color, veteran status, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status or national origin. Trailhead Institute welcomes applications from all communities, educational backgrounds and life experiences.

For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website.

https://trailheadinstitute.isolvedhire.com/jobs/1241986-240297.htmlColorado Blueprint to End Hunger: Community Justice Coordinator

Guidance from (‘supervisor’): Policy Director

‘Interview Us!’ Office Hours to be held on July 8 – July 22; sign up at Calendly.

If you are unable to make it to the scheduled office hours, check out our Community Justice Coordinator Q&A.

Priority will be given to applications received by July 29.

Overview

The Colorado Blueprint to End Hunger (CBEH) is working to create a Colorado where everyone can access the food they choose, where they want it, and when they need it. As we work towards food justice, or food as a human right, we work to stay committed to our core values of equity, collaboration, transparency, authentically remaining accountable to communities, and acknowledging commodification of food as a root cause of hunger.

The four commitments that drive our ongoing work are:

The Blueprint has activated a number of open committees that act as think tanks around shared work to end hunger in Colorado, and we continuously achieve success through project teams that work collaboratively to complete time-bound tasks that move us towards food sovereignty. Trailhead Institute coordinates the logistics and multi-sector collaboration for these workgroups.

Trailhead

Trailhead Institute is a public health institute whose mission is to advance innovation and collaboration in public and environmental health. As a fiscal sponsor of the Colorado Blueprint to End Hunger, Trailhead provides administrative oversight for CBEH staff. As an employee of Trailhead, the Community Justice Coordinator will help to further the organization’s mission, to build a regenerative organization that actively works to reverse historical inequities within public health and within our organization, and to operate in accordance with our organizational drivers of collaboration, capacity, and justice. This person will ensure that a focus on inclusivity, diversity, and equity is incorporated throughout all components of their work.

Job Summary

The Community Justice Coordinator plays an essential role in supporting the Community Resiliency Initiative (CRI) grantee cohorts. This position reports to the Policy Director, and focuses on addressing the ongoing needs of CRI grantees by coordinating technical assistance, facilitating communication, and helping with grant reporting. The Community Justice Coordinator ensures that grantees receive the necessary support to successfully implement their programs, fostering community resilience and enhancing food justice across Colorado. By providing consistent and responsive assistance, this position contributes to the effectiveness and impact of the CRI grants in promoting equitable and sustainable food systems.

This position will work a hybrid-remote/in-person schedule with a focus on Colorado communities/time at our downtown Denver office.

Responsibilities:

Supporting CRI Grantee Cohorts

Facilitating Connections and Technical Assistance

Organizing Trainings and Capacity-Building Activities

Tracking Grantee Progress and Reporting

Key Skills:

Connecting and Collaborating with Grantees

Organizational and Tracking Skills

Community Needs Assessment

Technical Assistance and Support

Commitment to Equity and Community Resilience

Qualifications, and Additional Considerations:

Adaptability

Cultural Competence

Collaborative Team Player

Dedication to Mission

This is a full-time exempt position with office facilities available in Denver, Colorado. This is a hybrid-remote/in-person position with a focus on Colorado communities/time at our downtown Denver office located at 1999 Broadway, Suite 600.

Salary & Benefits

Hiring salary range for this position is $56,500 – 60,000. Trailhead Institute offers a generous benefits package including paid vacation and sick time (prorated for part-time employees), health, dental, vision, life, short-term and long-term disability, a free RTD EcoPass, and a 401k with a 100% employer match up to 10%.

License and Proof of Insurance Requirement

If you will be using a personal vehicle to drive yourself for Trailhead Institute business, you must provide a valid driver license and proof of insurance. While access to reliable transportation is a must, having a driver license and/or personal vehicle is not a requirement for employment with Trailhead Institute.

To Interview Us

We will be holding open office hours during the application period. This offers you an opportunity to schedule a 15-minute call and ask any questions regarding the job announcement, CBEH, or about Trailhead. Participation is optional in this non-interview portion of the process and won’t impact your consideration for the role. If you are unable to make it to the scheduled office hours, check out our Community Justice Coordinator Q&A. Please sign up at Calendly.

To ApplyPlease apply via Trailhead Institute’s online application system. You will be asked to upload your resume and job references. You will be given the opportunity to complete 5 questions in lieu of a cover letter.

Application review will begin the week of July 29, 2024. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, but full consideration will be given to applications completed and received before July 29. Only electronic submissions are accepted. The desired start date is October 1, 2024.This is a LIMITED-SERVICE position. At this time, funding for this position is provided by limited-term funding and is dependent on that funding being maintained. Once the funding ends, the position may be discontinued, and there is no guarantee for additional employment with Trailhead Institute.

CBEH and Trailhead Institute is dedicated to providing equal employment opportunities to all individuals based on job-related qualifications and ability to perform a job, without regard to age, sex, race, color, veteran status, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status or national origin. Trailhead Institute welcomes applications from all communities, educational backgrounds and life experiences.