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Grow the Good with Fair Food Network.

We’re looking for Fair Food Champions. Pioneering changemakers who see opportunities where others may see problems. Those who are tireless in pursuing the vision of a more just and sustainable food system for all. Does this sound like you? Join us in advancing leading-edge food systems change.

Business Operations Manager

The Business Operations Manager position is a new role at FFN focused on growing our internal systems and processes in support of organizational effectiveness and impact. In addition to traditional business operations responsibilities (e.g. compliance, contracting, benefits management), this role will help hold the overall technology vision for the organization and serve as a project manager for a wide variety of technology improvements and implementations.

Senior Director, Impact Investing

Fair Food Network is seeking its next Senior Director, Impact Investing to lead its Fair Food Fund and impact investing programming. This work is reimagining how capital in all forms – financial, social, intellectual – moves in communities so that food entrepreneurs can be leaders of a more equitable future.

Information Manager, Fair Food Impact Initiative

The Information Manager will be responsible for ensuring sound, consistent, and reliable data collection, management, and reporting for FFII’s CRM and investment data.  The Information Manager will establish and maintain protocols and procedures to ensure data is reliably collected, analyzed and reported.

Program Ambassador [multiple openings: Wayne County, Grand Rapids, Lansing]

As a Program Ambassador, you will be the face of the Double Up Food Bucks Program in your community and will serve as a member of the Outreach Team. Program Ambassadors explain how the Double Up Food Bucks Program works to community members and shoppers.

Development Associate

The Development Associate is a pivotal member of the Development team, with two distinct, but intertwined roles. The first is to manage and grow a portfolio of 15-20 institutional funders and funder prospects for the Fair Food Network’s Double Up Food Bucks program which matches SNAP, or food stamp, dollars spent on fruits and vegetables.

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