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FFLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, age, national origin, marital status, genetic information, veteran status, diverse ability, or any other characteristic protected under local, state or federal law.

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POSITION TITLE:   Development Director

RESPONSIBLE TO:  Executive Director

SUPERVISES:  Database & Systems Manager, Events/Media Relations Coordinator, Development Associate/Grantwriter, Marketing Coordinator, Special Gifts Officer, Community Giving Coordinator, Volunteer & Kitchen Manager.   

CLASS: Full-time, salaried, exempt. Must be available for evening and weekend hours as needed.

COMPENSATION: $90,000-$100,000, depending on experience. Health insurance benefits offered after 60 days of employment; other benefits offered after 90 days of employment are satisfactorily completed.

SUMMARY of POSITION:  The Development Director collaborates with the Executive Director to set and fulfill fundraising strategies and goals for the agency, currently just over $5 million a year. This position is responsible for the strategic planning, direction, development, and leadership of the agency’s Development program in order to support the overall annual operations of the agency, representing a current budget of approximately $7 million. Key responsibilities include:

  • Primary responsibility for identification, cultivation and solicitation of donors and prospects for the agency utilizing direct mail, major gifts, planned giving, grants, events, corporate gifts, crowdfunding, volunteer development, and special projects. Manage portfolio of major donors and prospects. Cultivate and personally solicit major gifts in-person and in-writing.
  • Development and maintenance of donor stewardship and gift administration
  • Overall management of the Development budget, resources, and personnel
  • Designs and oversees strategic use of FFLC’s constituent relationship management (CRM) system and related software to achieve marketing and fundraising goals
  • Supervision and professional development of Development department staff
  • Represent the Development Department in fundraising matters to the Board of Directors, Board Development Committee, and Budget & Finance Committee
  • Collaborate with other directors as a member of the management team

Full job description

To apply for this position, please complete the FFLC online employment application form.  You will be asked to upload a cover letter and resume as part of the online employment application process.  If you would like to see the questions that are included in the FFLC online employment application form, you may download this printable version of the form before completing the online version.

We will begin reviewing applications on February 20, 2023.  The position will remain open until filled.

POSITION TITLE: Meals on Wheels Coordinator
RESPONSIBLE TO: Senior Food Programs Manager
HRS PER WEEK:  40 hours/week: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday typical schedule with occasional adjustments required to meet programmatic needs.
SALARY: $20.55 /hour
BENEFITS: Eligible for select FFLC-sponsored benefits at a pro-rated rate where applicable (e.g. paid time off benefits such as holidays, floating days, vacation and sick). Health insurance benefits offered after 60 days of employment; other benefits after 90-day mutual trial service period satisfactorily completed.

SUMMARY OF POSITION: Meals on Wheels program coordinators are responsible for the program coordination, and client experience of the Meals on Wheels (MOW) program in Eugene.  MOW mobilizes volunteers to deliver meals to seniors and people with diverse abilities in their homes.  This role is a mix of direct service, delivery driving, physical labor, volunteer coordination, and administrative work. The ideal candidate will have the mental agility to frequently switch back and forth between the various aspects of the role.  Successful candidates will be skilled at relationship building, comfortable with a fast-paced work environment, able to navigate constantly shifting priorities and directives, possess innovation and problem-solving skills, possess the ability to quickly adapt to and learn new computer processes, as well as a willingness and flexibility to pitch in and help wherever needed.

Full job description

  • Application Process: Applicants must submit an Employment Application. Please include a resume and cover letter.
  • We will review applications as they come in and the application process will remain open until a hire is made. First round of reviews will be conducted 1/19/2023.

POSITION TITLE: Equity Manager
REPORTS TO: Executive Director
SALARY: $62,000-$65,000
CLASS: Exempt, salaried, 1.0 FTE (40 hours/week). Must be available for some weekend and evening responsibilities.
BENEFITS: Eligible for select FFLC-sponsored benefits at a pro-rated rate where applicable (e.g. paid time off benefits such as holidays, floating days, vacation and sick). Health insurance benefits offered after 60 days of employment; other benefits after 90-day mutual trial service period satisfactorily completed.

SUMMARY OF POSITION: The position facilitates the development and implementation of diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging (DEIB) plans, strategies and activities for FFLC. DEIB within the FFLC workplace is focused on fostering an inclusive, safe and welcoming environment for staff, Board, volunteers, partners, and program recipients with a particular focus on those who may be marginalized based on identity or affiliation. DEIB at FFLC focuses on managing behaviors and interactions in the FFLC workplace and FFLC service delivery settings, rather than on changing personal beliefs, opinions or attitudes.

Full job description

  • Application Process: Applicants must submit an Employment Application. Please include a resume and cover letter.
  • We will begin reviewing applications on January 25, 2023.  Position will remain open until filled.

POSITION TITLE:  Dining Room Kitchen Coordinator
RESPONSIBLE TO: Dining Room Program Manager
HOURS:  32 hrs. per week, Monday through Thursday, 7:15-3:45 (half hour unpaid lunch) monthly staff meetings and special events
CLASS:  Non-Exempt
SALARY: $21.00 / Hour
BENEFITS: Eligible for select FOOD For Lane County (FFLC)-sponsored benefits at a pro-rated rate where applicable (e.g. paid time off benefits such as holidays, floating days, vacation and sick). Health insurance benefits offered after 60 days of employment; other benefits after 90-day mutual trial service period satisfactorily completed.

SUMMARY OF POSITION:

The Kitchen Coordinator will supervise and support staff, coordinate and work with volunteers in the preparation and service of meals at a restaurant-style meal site in downtown Eugene. They will coordinate with on-site maintenance vendors, oversee staff shift scheduling and oversee site operations and safety.  The Dining Room is a congregate meal site for FOOD For Lane County (FFLC) serving low-or no-income individuals and families. This position works directly with individuals who deal with addiction, diverse mental health issues and people experiencing trauma.

Full Job Description

  • Application Process: Applicants must submit an Employment Application. Please include a resume and cover letter.
  • We will review applications as they come in and the application process will remain open until a hire is made.

Position: Youth Farm Adult Intern *(4 positions available, 2 full season and 2 half season)
Responsible To: Youth Farm Coordinator
Length of Internship: Temporary
Full season: March 1st-November 17; 2 days/week (Tu & Th preferred); 9-5;
Half season: March 1st– July 8, or July 11-November 17, 2 days/week (Tu/Th preferred)
Educational Stipend: $3,750 for a full season; $1,875 for half season

Full Job Description

  • Application Process: Please submit a letter detailing your interests and availability, a resume and contact information for at least one reference to jobs@foodforlanecounty.org.
  • We will review applications as they come in and the application process will remain open until all hires are made.

Position: GrassRoots Garden Kitchen Intern
Responsible To: GrassRoots Garden Coordinator
Length of Internship: Temporary. 6 months. 20 hours/week; 9 – 4 (2) days/week, or 9 – 3 (1) day/week.
Educational stipend: $3,275 for full internship

Full Job Description

  • Application Process: Please submit detailed cover letter & resume to jobs@foodforlanecounty.org.
  • We will review applications as they come in and the application process will remain open until a hire is made.

 

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