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Volunteer Coordinator, Toronto Partners for Student Nutrition

Toronto, Ontario
Deadline May 7, 2010

The Toronto Partners for Student Nutrition (TPSN), a partnership of Toronto Public Health, the Toronto District School Board, the Toronto Catholic District School Board, the Toronto Foundation for Student Success, the Angel Foundation, FoodShare Toronto and the Student Nutrition Community Advisory Council, helps to organize and sustain school and community nutrition programs in the City of Toronto.

The TPSN is seeking an experienced volunteer coordinator to recruit, train and integrate volunteers in student nutrition programs in Toronto. The coordinator will be hired by and work at FoodShare Toronto. Applicants should have a minimum 3 years experience working with and engaging volunteers, proven ability to self-manage and take ownership of processes and programs, demonstrated strong written and verbal communication skills and advanced computer skills in MS Office.

This is a one year full time position with the potential for renewal, starting May 17, 2010, salary $40,000 a year plus benefits for a 37.5 hours/wk (hours of work are flexible; some early mornings or evening meetings required).

Please note on your application if you have experience with the Toronto District School Board, the Toronto Catholic District School Board, a community food program, or if you have a human resources or program planning background or speak other languages than English.

The TPSN through its community development partner, FoodShare Toronto, is an equal opportunity employer, committed to employment equity and diversity, welcomes applicants from diverse backgrounds.

More information, job components and qualifications at FoodShare's website: http://www.foodshare.net/upcomingjobs.htm.

Salary: $40,000 per year plus excellent benefits package

Contact:

Please email, deliver or fax your cover letter and resume to Mat Palmer, [email protected] or FoodShare, 90 Croatia Street, Toronto Ontario M6H 1K9, Fax (416) 363-6443.

Deadline for all applications: May 7th, 2010