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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.
Job Openings at LiveWell Colorado
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Careers With Our Partners
The Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment Prevention Services Division is hiring two part-time Nutrition Specialist positions to work in the Child and Adult Care Feeding Program (CACFP). The Nutrition Specialists will review, evaluate, and monitor program compliance of childcare centers, adult day care centers, afterschool programs, family childcare homes, and emergency shelters in the western region of the state. This position also provides individualized and group training in and technical assistance. Positions are located in the Western Region and the Southern Region of Colorado. Deadline to apply is May 19.
The Colorado Department of Education Office of School Nutrition is hiring a part time Nutrition Consultant to assist in the administration of Child Nutrition Programs through providing technical assistance, monitoring and training. Deadline to apply is May 25.
The Chef Ann Foundation is hiring a full-time Marketing and Communications Manager to oversee all aspects of the Chef Ann Foundation’s public-facing communications and marketing. The Marketing & Communications Manager will conduct outreach initiatives, maintain and enhance the digital media presence of the foundation, support the awareness of our school food programs, and assist in fundraising initiatives. Deadline to apply is May 15.
Denver Public Schools is hiring a full time Farmer to supervise farm workers and volunteers and manage day-to-day activity and coordination of a school farm and season extension structures in an assigned location to produce fresh, sustainably grown fruits and vegetables to serve in school cafeterias. Farmer is also responsible for planting, tending to, harvesting, washing, weighing, and packaging the produce for cafeterias and providing training and guidance to staff, meet production and quality standards and track associated farm data.
Metro Caring is hiring an Employment Services Program Coordinator to develop and manage Metro Caring’s employment services program in a way that promotes compassion, dignity, and good stewardship of resources. Responsibilities include but are not limited to helping equip participants with skills needed to obtain and maintain employment in the core areas of food production, retail food handling, and food distribution by facilitating comprehensive on-the-job training program in Metro Caring’s market, warehouse, and welcome center. Deadline to apply is May 22.
Sierra Club is hiring an Equity Training Coordinator to coordinate all trainings hosted by the Equity Department, including assessment, design, implementation and follow-up. Engages in Equity Department planning to become a more just, equitable and inclusive organization. Open location with a preference for position to be based in Oakland, Washington DC or Denver.
Great Outdoors Colorado is hiring a Communications Intern to join the communications coordinator, director of communications, and full GOCO staff at the organization’s downtown Denver office. The communications intern will roll up their sleeves and assist the communications team with a variety of activities that amplify GOCO’s storytelling and outreach efforts, and help support the smooth launch of the organization’s major communications program in May. This position reports to GOCO’s communications coordinator.
Healthy Schools Campaign (HSC), a nonprofit organization dedicated to making schools healthier places for all students, is seeking a Vice President of National Policy and Advocacy who will oversee HSC’s national policy agenda. The Vice President of National Policy must be based in Washington, D.C., or Chicago. The Vice President of National Policy will work closely with the President and other staff to develop and implement HSC’s national policy agenda, which includes both national and state level policy and advocacy efforts.
The City & County of Denver is hiring a Staff Engineer in the Transportation and Mobility Management department. The department’s goal is to maintain, operate, and improve the City’s multi modal transportation system. This position will help support the 2020 Sustainability Goals for Mobility, Air Quality and Climate, as well as those goals set in the Community Health Improvement Plan. Primary activities include managing the traffic signal system, traffic signs, pavement markings, and the Transportation Management Center; planning, designing, implementing, and maintaining bicycle and pedestrian facilities; and funding the intergovernmental agreement with Denver Public Schools for the Crossing Guards program. Deadline to apply is May 8.
Mountain Roots Food Project is hiring a Farm to School Coordinator and 2 Summer Environmental Educators. Located in the Gunnison Valley, Mountain Roots Food Project fosters knowledge, teach skills, and provide opportunities that ensure access to affordable, nutritious food that is regionally based and sustainably produced.
La Montanita’s Cooperative Distribution Center in Albuquerque is hiring a Cooperative Distribution Center Director to provide oversight of the distribution center and the development of the Food Shed Project.
The GrowHaus is hiring an Executive Director. The GrowHaus is a food equity nonprofit in Denver’s Elyria -Swansea neighborhood with the mission of creating community-driven, neighborhood -based food systems by serving as a hub for food production, distribution, education, and economic opportunity.
The Wallace Center at Winrock International is hiring an Intern for the Community-Based Food Systems initiative that supports and builds the capacity of community-based organizations who are working to increase access to healthy, fresh, affordable, and fair food in vulnerable communities.
Lake County Build a Generation is seeking several positions including Youth Master Plan Coordinator (Project Lead on Active Living), Youth Master Plan Coordinator (Project Lead on Housing), a Youth Master Plan Coordinator (Project Lead on Food Access/Healthy Eating), Youth Master Plan Coordinator (Project Lead on Communities that Care), and a Contract Writer/Researcher. Deadlines vary.
New Legacy Charter School is hiring a Health and Fitness Teacher who is responsible for teaching both health and fitness classes to students, as well as serving as the health and wellness coordinator for the school.
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 email@example.com.