Employment

Part-time Administrative Assistant

Do you love data? Does organizing files and projects make you happy? You may be the admin assistant we're looking for! EATS Admin Assistant will assist the Executive Director with various administrative tasks that support EATS Park City day-to-day operations and the overall mission.

Position Summary

The Administrative Assistant, working a 20-hour per week schedule, will assist the Executive Director with various administrative tasks that support EATS Park City day-to-day operations and the overall mission.

This is a part-time position. Compensation based on experience. Please send cover letter, resume and references to: Meaghan Miller-Gitlin at meaghan@eatsparkcity.org.

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UCC AmeriCorps Garden Coordinator

675-hour UCC AmeriCorps Individual Placement Position

Organization and Job Description

Founded in 2013, EATS (Eat Awesome Things at School) Park City’s mission is to ensure every student has access to fresh, nutritious, appealing food and opportunities to develop lifelong positive and healthy food habits. We work with the school district and our community to improve the school food program using education as the foundation for change. We are funded through individuals, foundations, and corporate sponsorships.

Based at EATS (Eat Awesome Things at School), the UCC AmeriCorps Garden Coordinator will work with teachers who have school gardens in the Park City School District to ensure that 1) food is growing and 2) engaging, hands-on, standards-based lessons are taught using garden spaces.

During the school year (September - May), the primary focus of the Garden Coordinator role is work with on-site school garden managers (usually teachers) on both the indoor and outdoor gardens by supporting them in operation and curriculum development. The needs of each on-site manager may vary. During the summer (June - August), the service member will work with EATS staff to prepare curriculum for and facilitate EATS summer school classes and summer camp program. The service member will also be supporting school gardens to maintain outdoor garden spaces throughout the summer.

To Apply

Send cover letter, resume, and at least 2 references to Zoe Flavin (Program Manager) at zoe@eatsparkcity.org by 4/30/2019. Please put UCC AmeriCorps Garden Coordinator in the subject line.

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Assistant Program Manager

About EATS Park City

EATS Park City is a growing and dynamic non-profit whose mission is to ensure that every child has opportunities to develop lifelong healthy habits and access to fresh, nutritious, and appealing food. We meet this aim through teaching 75+ cooking classes per year to 500+ students, developing indoor and outdoor school gardens, and advocating for nutritious school food.

About the Position

Reporting to the Director of Programs will be responsible for ensuring seamless delivery of all EATS Park City’s cooking class programs. This program includes in-school, afterschool, summer, and community cooking classes. The Assistant Program Manager will focus their energy on curriculum development, volunteer recruitment, evaluation, supervision, instruction, logistical coordination, and growth of the cooking class program. At EATS Park City, we teach nutrition education through cooking classes. Thus, the Assistant Program Manager will play a key role in realizing EATS vision of creating a significantly healthier generation equipped with the key life skill of being able to cook.

Please send cover letter, resume, and references to zoe@eatsparkcity.org.

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Leadership Opportunities / Future Employment

Please reach out if you are interested in serving on our board of directors or a committee. For general volunteer enquiries, visit our volunteer page.

If you would like to submit a resume for future consideration, please e-mail meaghan@eatsparkcity.org.


About EATS

Founded in 2013, EATS (Eat Awesome Things at School) Park City’s mission is to ensure every student has access to fresh, nutritious, appealing food and opportunities to develop lifelong positive and healthy food habits. We work with the school district and our community to improve the school food program using education as the foundation for change. We are funded by individuals, foundations, and corporate sponsorship.

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