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At LiveWell Colorado, your work makes Coloradans healthier.

LiveWell Colorado increases access to healthy eating and active living by removing barriers that inequitably and disproportionately affect low-income communities and people of color. We are committed to recruiting and supporting diverse perspectives, and we aim to promote a culture of inclusiveness, respect, communication and understanding. Learn about career opportunities at LiveWell Colorado and our partner organizations below.

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Boulder County Public Health is hiring a Public Health Program Manager to manage the Health Planning and Evaluation Program and Team which provides strategic communication, planning, policy, and information technology leadership to BCPH programs, initiatives, and staff in order to assure that all people in Boulder County have the opportunity for a healthy life. This position serves a pivotal role in helping to ensure that BCPH programs and partner organizations use data, assessment, planning, and evaluation to improve the effectiveness of our work and, subsequently, the health of our community. Deadline to apply is March 2.

GrowHaus is hiring a 2018 Seed2Seed Program Facilitator. The Seed2Seed summer leadership program for teens explores nutrition, food systems, urban agriculture, cross-cultural dialogue, entrepreneurship and community leadership through a mix of hands-on activities, group discussion, and investigative assignments. The Seed2Seed facilitator will work with the program coordinator and other facilitators to plan, lead, and organize the program.

Metro Caring is hiring a Chief Impact Officer to lead the Program, Organizing and Advocacy department. This position will lead program design, development, implementation and evaluation; motivate the team; inspire engagement across stakeholder groups; incorporate evidence based practice into service delivery; and recruit, hire and supervise program managers, community organizers and policy advocates.

The Colorado Health Foundation is hiring a two-year term-position of Senior Advocacy Messaging Research Officer. This position will manage the creation of a new Foundation signature effort to better understand how Coloradans think about health and what shapes their values, perceptions and opinions about policy issues. Applications are being accepted on a rolling basis.

Cooking Matters Colorado is hiring a temporary Program Coordinator and a part-time Operations Coordinator. The Program Coordinator works closely with the Cooking Matters Colorado Program Manager to implement and support all aspects of the program in accordance with state and national goals and policies. The Program Coordinator primarily works to deliver SNAP-Ed programming through signature six-week nutrition and food skills education courses and grocery store tours to participants who reside primarily in metro Denver. The Operations Coordinator is responsible for providing support to the State Director by organizing and preparing for meetings (internal and external) and overseeing general team activities and the operations of the office.

Sprout City Farms is hiring three positions. The Denver Green School Community Farm Manager will help implement operations and programs at the DGS Community Farm. The Assistant Farm Manager will help implement operations and programs at all three farm sites. Two Seasonal Apprentices are needed to help implement operations and programs at Mountair Park and Dahlia Campus for Health and Well-Being (1 apprentice per site). Deadlines vary.

The Chatfield CSA grows 6 acres of sustainably grown vegetables to serve over 260 families. Located within a 350-acre preserve along the banks of Deer Creek, the site includes historic ranch buildings, 2.5 miles of nature trails and numerous wildflower gardens. Chatfield CSA is hiring 5 Seasonal CSA Growers to work in all aspects of small-scale sustainable food production. Job includes but is not limited to: planting, mulching, weeding, watering, seeding, trellising, harvesting and other on-going tasks associated with vegetable production.

The Colorado Public Interest Research Group (CoPIRG) is hiring a Campaign Organizer to lead our campaigns to protect public health and to fight for more funding for safer, cleaner, and better transportation options. The Campaign Organizer will advocate with legislators and the Governor’s office; meet with state regulators and the Colorado Department of Transportation; plan media events and media outreach; as well as run grassroots organizing, recruitment, fundraising, and coalition-building to push for solutions that protect public health and fight the corrosive influence of big money in our political system.

An Ounce of Nutrition (AOON) provides high-quality, easy-to-use sustainable food and nutrition education curriculum for school teachers. AOON is seeking Colorado-based youth food and nutrition educators to become certified in either teaching our courses or training teachers on how to implement them.

Impact is part of The Public Interest Network — a group of organizations that share a vision of a better future, a set of core values, and a strategic approach to making positive change. Impact is hiring several Organizing positions in Denver and across the country. Organizers currently work in over 2 dozen key congressional districts across the country to help win campaigns and build grassroots action and power. Some of the national campaigns being addressed aim to stop the rollback of important environmental and consumer protections, get our country to 100 percent renewable energy and end the overuse of antibiotics on factory farms.

The Community Language Cooperative is hiring part-time Spanish/English interpreters to interpret and translate clearly and accurately from Spanish to English and English to Spanish. Essential function include 1.Perform consecutive and simultaneous interpretations at community events and meetings; 2.Converse and write fluently in Spanish and ensure the confidentiality of information; 3.Interpret and transcribe video and audio recordings from Spanish to English; and 4.Ability to work a flexible scheduling including a schedule or rotating night and weekend shifts. Pay rate is $25.00 – 32.00 per hour based on experience. Submit your resume/cover letter to info@communitylanguagecoop.com.