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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

There are currently no open positions at LiveWell Colorado.

Careers With Our Partners

Boulder Food Rescue is hiring a Spanish-speaking recipient coordinator to develop and manage programs that improve the effectiveness of produce drops at no-cost grocery programs in Spanish-speaking communities. The SSRC will conduct outreach, notify residents of BFR’s grocery programs in the community, understand the needs of the community and respond to feedback from residents at these sites. The SSRC will also help translate key information and materials between Spanish and English.. Deadline to apply is September 24.

The Colorado Children’s Campaign is hiring a Research Analyst to support research work, including the annual KIDS COUNT in Colorado! report. Candidates with strong writing skills and some experience working with public data sources, such as the American Community Survey, the Decennial Census or the National Center for Education Statistics, among others, are desired.

Lake County Build a Generation is seeking a Youth Master Plan Communications Manager and a Food Access and Housing Coordinator to support for Lake County Build a Generation’s work to create a healthier environment for youth, families, and seniors in Lake County.

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.

Cooking Matters is hiring 3 Denver-area AmeriCorps positions. The AmeriCorps staff will implement hands-on courses teaching families at risk of hunger that healthy cooking can be delicious, enjoyable-and most important-affordable.

Padres & Jóvenes Unidos (PJU) is a multi-issue organization led by people of color who work for educational equity, racial justice, immigrant rights and advocating for equal access to achieve a better quality of life. PJU is hiring a community organizer, a communications manager and a development director.

The Kitchen Community is hiring a Regional Development Manager to support all development efforts and revenue generation in Colorado. In conjunction with the Regional Director, this position will build and maintain effective relationships with corporate partners, individual donors, and foundation staff; plan and implement regional fundraising events to share the organizations mission and raise funds, including the development of a signature annual event; and support development management by ensuring timely information and reporting between the region and the Home Office.

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.

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.