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  • September 20, 2023 6:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Green Umbrella

    About this position:

    Do you have a passion for the environment and future sustainability? Do you want to use your Accounting background to help make a difference in our region?

    Green Umbrella has a new role for a full-time Accounting Manager to be responsible for analyzing financial performance of the organization, maintaining accurate and timely financial records, reporting on grant financial activity and ensuring compliance with financial controls. This new role will enable the organization to more effectively leverage funding to improve sustainability and climate resilience in the Greater Cincinnati region.

    The position will focus on:

    • Prepare monthly and year-end financial reports and analysis of performance for Executive Director, Finance Committee and Board
    • Responsible for all financial record keeping and reporting for grants awarded to the organization, including preparing reimbursement requests with detailed documentation
    • Maintain organization’s compliance with financial controls and GAAP
    • Supports developing annual budgets by functional area and for specific grant and fee for service proposals
    • Accounting management using QuickBooks Online and other accounting software including data entry and reconciliation
    • Manages account payable and accounts receivable

    The successful candidate will have:

    • Associates in Accounting or Business with at least 6 years relevant work experience OR Bachelors in Accounting or Business with at least 3 years relevant work experience
    • Experience with non-profit or grant finance reporting strongly preferred
    • Demonstrated experience with QuickBooks or related financial software
    • Proven Excel mastery of pivot tables, formulas, etc.
    • Ability to work independently as well as part of a cross-functional team

    Pay range of $60,000 to $75,000 annually, commensurate with experience and hours worked.

    Why Work at Green Umbrella

    • Rewarding Mission
    • Generous Paid Time Off and Other Paid Leave Options (Holidays, Bereavement, Parental Bonding)
    • Health Insurance (100% of health insurance premium cost for full-time employees is covered (no waiting period)
    • Flexible work schedule with hybrid office hours

    At Green Umbrella, we are dedicated to building a diverse, inclusive, and authentic workplace. If you’re excited about this role but your past experience doesn’t align perfectly with every qualification in the job description, we encourage you to apply. Lived experience is equally important as educational experience. We are committed to making sure our applicant pool is diverse and reserve the right to extend the application period or seek additional candidates if it is not.

    A background check will be conducted as part of the final selection process since this role interacts with Green Umbrella’s financial and donor systems.

    To Apply

    Submit a cover letter and resume to, preferably as a single PDF. First review will take place September 15, 2023 but the position will remain open until it is filled. No phone calls please.


    More information can be found here.

  • September 20, 2023 5:30 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Green Umbrella

    About the position:

    Green Umbrella has a new opportunity focused on leading its human resources and culture initiatives. The position will focus on fostering an inclusive and supportive workplace, championing a culture valuing individual strengths, and advocating for procedural equity in Greater Cincinnati's broader environmental community.

    The position will:

    • Be a “team of one” comfortable with handling strategic and tactical core HR functions including but not limited to staffing, recruiting, and retention; compensation and benefits; performance management and professional development; employee relations; safety and health; and assisting with strategic planning for organizational growth and change management.
    • Lead our internal culture work, including collaboration with VIA Institute on Character on strengths-based workplace and wellness, as well as racial equity culture, etc.
    • Conducts research and analysis of organizational trends including review of reports and metrics using the available data sources (ex., spreadsheets, databases, HRIS, etc.).
    • Consults with management on performance, organizational and leadership matters, serving on the leadership team for the organization.
    • Monitors and ensures the organization’s compliance with federal, state, and local employment laws and regulations, and recommended best practices; reviews and modifies policies and practices to maintain compliance.

    The successful candidate will have:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related field; or equivalent years of relevant work experience
    • Five (5) years of experience in human resource management or organization development with demonstrated progressive growth and responsibility
    • Demonstrated leadership/supervisory experience
    • Exemplary interpersonal, oral and writing skills
    • Strong ability to develop and maintain effective relationships with all stakeholders
    • HR Certification (SHRM-SCP or SPHR) preferred
    • Pay range of $70,000 to $85,000 annually, commensurate with experience and hours worked

    Why Work at Green Umbrella

    • Rewarding Mission
    • Generous Paid Time Off and Other Paid Leave Options (Holidays, Bereavement, Parental Bonding)
    • Health Insurance (100% of health insurance premium cost for full-time employees is covered (no waiting period))
    • Flexible work schedule with hybrid office hours
    • At Green Umbrella, we are dedicated to building a diverse, inclusive, and authentic workplace. If you're excited about this role but your past experience doesn't align perfectly with every qualification in the job description, we encourage you to apply. Lived experience is equally important as educational experience. We are committed to making sure our applicant pool is diverse and reserve the right to extend the application period or seek additional candidates if it is not.

    To Apply

    Submit a cover letter and resume (preferably as a single PDF) to First review will take place August 31, 2023 but the position will remain open until it is filled. No phone calls please.


    More information can be found here.

  • September 20, 2023 5:15 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Organization: Green Umbrella

    About the position:

    Green Umbrella has an opportunity for a Program Coordinator to assist the Regional Climate Collaborative (RCC) mission to help public agencies and NGOs better understand regional climate impacts on their communities and advance adaptation and mitigation solutions. The RCC Coordinator is responsible for supporting key functions of the Collaborative to include supporting and implementing climate action programs, projects and research efforts, supporting communications and operations/technical assistance for climate action programming, and engaging stakeholders.

    The position will focus on:

    • Assisting with the coordination, management, and stakeholder engagement for Regional Climate Collaborative programming, member benefits, and events for efforts such as the working groups, elected official engagement, climate fellows, regional climate action plan, consultations, and more
    • Supporting communications, including research, writing, and content generation for newsletters, social media, and program materials
    • Assisting with the management of data for program impact measurement and evaluation, stakeholder contact information, and program details
    • Supporting meeting facilitation and logistics
    • Conducting research and resource preparation
    • Assisting in community engagement sessions and supporting climate project coordination with BIPOC and low income communities

    The successful candidate will have:

    • High School Diploma or GED.
    • Associates or Bachelors degree in related field preferred.
    • 2 years’ work experience in related roles and/or industry.
    • Experience in program management or multi-sector collaboration preferred.
    • Strong interpersonal, oral and writing skills.
    • Demonstrated computer skills to include (preferred) Google Workspace, Zoom, project management software.
    • Starting pay range of $41,000 to $49,000 annually, commensurate with experience and hours worked.

    Why Work at Green Umbrella

    • Rewarding Mission
    • Generous Paid Time Off and Other Paid Leave Options (Holidays, Bereavement, Parental Bonding)
    • Health Insurance (100% of health insurance premium cost for full-time employees is covered (no waiting period))
    • Flexible work schedule with hybrid office hours

    At Green Umbrella, we are dedicated to building a diverse, inclusive, and authentic workplace. If you're excited about this role but your past experience doesn't align perfectly with every qualification in the job description, we encourage you to apply. Lived experience is equally important as educational experience. We are committed to making sure our applicant pool is diverse and reserve the right to extend the application period or seek additional candidates if it is not.

  • September 20, 2023 4:15 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Tecumseh Land Trust

    About the position:

    Reports to: Executive Director

    Location: TLT Office, Yellow Springs, OH

    Salary: $50,000 + benefits

    How to apply: Please send resume and cover letter by September 29, 2023 in one pdf file to with Subject: Associate Director.

    Organizational Overview:

    Tecumseh Land Trust (TLT) is a 33 year old land trust serving a portion of southwest Ohio. This organization has a long history of land preservation starting with a vision from the Village of Yellow Springs dating back to the 1960s. Today, we hold easements on 222 properties totaling over 36,000 acres of prime farmland and natural areas. Our mission is to protect local farmland, water resources, and natural areas forever. Our goal is to protect 100,000 acres in our service area. Our organization is supported by members, fundraisers, and grants. We offer robust educational programming targeted to our members, the general public, and landowners/farmers. We are committed to long-term land use planning efforts in all the communities we serve.

    TLT was the first land trust in Ohio to become accredited by the Land Trust Alliance and has since been reaccredited twice. We are committed to operating under LTA’s Standards and Practices and upholding our obligations with respect to the conservation easements we hold.


    • A 4-year degree, preferably in natural resources management, agriculture, or a related field and /or experience in intergovernmental work, resource management, communications, non-profit management, fundraising, real estate, marketing or a related field.

    • Ability to interact well with a wide variety of people, including landowners, government officials, the press, scientists, donors, the general public, and a diverse Board of Directors.

    • Excellent communication skills

    • Skilled in public speaking, and ability to represent the land trust in a public forum. • Ability to combine sound judgment with a strong commitment to the protection of the unique natural, agricultural and cultural resources.

    • Ability to multi-task, managing many projects and activities at once, and be flexible in duties.

    • Must act in a professional manner.

    • Work outdoors in a variety of environments in inclement weather.

    • Experience in land trust work or conservation easements and ArcGIS preferred.

    Primary Responsibilities:

    Under the direction of the Executive Director


    1. Provide support to the Board of Directors, its officers and committees. 2. Assist with organizational management activities including but not limited to accreditation, strategic planning, board, committee, and volunteer recruitment. 3. Direct and conduct organizational management functions, including the development and revision of policies and plans.

    4. Supervise, motivate and develop staff and volunteers.

    5. Attend committee and board meetings as directed by the ED.

    Land Preservation:

    1. Organize and manage land preservation goals, easement acquisition and conservation easements projects.

    2. Provide outreach and education to landowners, operators, land managers, and the general public about land preservation.

    3. Create maps and other materials necessary to evaluate land preservation criteria. 4. Close out land preservation project files and distribute and file final easement documents including off site storage.


    1. Assist and provide support for stewardship and monitoring activities.

    2. Build and maintain personal relationships with easement grantors.

    3. Interpret easement language and requests from landowners or call Easement Committee as needed.

    4. Supervise and support monitors and monitoring activities.

    5. Review monitoring reports.

    6. Files new easements with Terra Firma and Chubb Insurance.

    7. Ensure compliance with easements in consultation with the Executive Director.


    1. Assist in the implementation of a marketing and fundraising strategy. 2. Assist in marketing, fundraising and membership development activities, including designing and implementing fundraising and membership solicitations, and seeking financial support, grants, contracts, and other assistance from individuals, foundations, corporations, and public agencies.

    3. Build and maintain personal relationships with grantors and donors.

    4. Write and submit grants as appropriate.

    Community Outreach:

    1. Develop collaborative relationships with local, regional and state conservation agencies and organizations.

    2. Assist with public communications program including publication of newsletter, news releases, social media and information materials.

    3. Develop educational programs and community projects.

    4. Organize meetings and conferences, and conduct presentations about land preservation. 5. Participate in the Coalition of Ohio Land Trusts and other regional conservation collaborations as deemed necessary or beneficial to the organization.

    6. Advocate for policies at the local, state, and federal levels related to the mission of the organization.

    Compensation: Salary $50,000


    QSEHRA Health Savings Plan

    Simple IRA retirement plan with employer match after 1 year of employment Two weeks paid vacation and two weeks paid sick leave (increases with tenure) Paid federal holidays

    Travel reimbursement

    Flexible work schedule

    Wonderful work environment on a historic farm in Yellow Springs, Ohio and field work throughout Clark, Greene, and surrounding counties.

    Working Conditions:

    Work is performed in an office as well as in the field. Travel is required to meetings, speaking engagements, workshops, professional associations, and other events requiring Land Trust representation. Hours are diverse, since many meetings with land owners, board, and volunteers may occur in the evenings or on weekends. Valid driver’s license is required.

    To apply, please send a cover letter and resume as PDF or Word document files to by September 27, 2023. References will be required after interviews.

    Tecumseh Land Trust is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We prohibit discrimination and harassment of any kind based on race, color, sex, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, pregnancy, or any other protected characteristic as outlined by federal, state, or local laws.

    More information can be found here.

  • September 20, 2023 10:30 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Lloyd Library & Museum

    About the position:

    Job Description: Reference Librarian/ Cataloger Employment

    Classification: Full-time

    Position Overview

    The Lloyd Library and Museum seeks a well-rounded librarian to provide access to and reference service for our collections. Over the past few years, collection use has expanded by more than 500%, requiring improved access through cataloging, finding aids, electronic resources, metadata on collaborative digital collections, and accelerated processing.

    Reporting to the Executive Director, the librarian will process and catalog books, including rare and foreign language books, and provide direct assistance to researchers. The successful candidate is current with latest cataloging and archival practices and emerging trends, including electronic preservation and delivery of materials organizational practices and new services. Recognizing the importance of understanding Lloyd researchers’ and visitors’ interests and needs, this position will also perform general reference service, assist with curatorial work, and provide support for Lloyd programs and events. Working independently and frequently unsupervised, the ideal candidate is an enthusiastic self-starter, who also works well in a team environment.

    Principal Duties and Responsibilities: The Reference Librarian/Cataloger will be charged with the following responsibilities:

    • Catalogs books, serials, electronic records, performing original and copy cataloging, and retrospective cataloging with special focus on books accompanying the Norman R. Farnsworth manuscript collection and rare books.

    • Uses standard cataloging tools such as OCLC, Sierra, Library of Congress Classification and Subject Headings on Classification Web, Library of Congress Authority File, and Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials.

    • Updates catalog records and leads data migration, as necessary

    • Protects library print materials, including conservation, preservation, and recommending practices for handling, storage, and security of library resources.

    • Provides direct, high quality customer service and research assistance.

    • Serves as a technical services liaison between the Lloyd Library and University of Cincinnati Libraries.

    • Creates metadata for digital access according to prescribed protocol and uploads digital materials on collaborative library websites and consortiums. 917 Plum Street Cincinnati, OH 45202

    • Assist in curating exhibits and participate in identifying related programs.

    • Participates in grant writing and administration.

    • Upon request from the Executive Director, writes articles for professional and general audiences. Library Services Team

    • Maintains good relations with Lloyd clientele, contacts and employees demonstrating tact, courtesy, and cultural sensitivity.

    • Works collaboratively.

    • Follows Library practices, procedures, and protocols.

    • Enthusiastically embraces the Lloyd Library mission and vision for the future.

    • Performs other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.

    Required Experience, Skills and Competencies

    • Master’s Degree from an accredited university in Library Science or Archival Management required. Subject Masters’ in Science, Art History or History preferred.
    • Minimum of five years of library experience.
    • Experience in academic or special libraries, or non-profit, cultural or heritage organizations preferred.

    • Original and copy cataloging experience, including rare books. Foreign language cataloging experience preferred.

    • Strong direct customer service experience in person and via phone and electronic communication.

    • Demonstrated knowledge of nationally accepted standards, vocabulary, and best practices for book cataloging and archival processing and description, including, DACS, EAD, RDA, LCSH and MARC. Experience using Integrated Library Systems and OCLC cataloging.

    • Experience working with archival content management systems, such as Archivists’ Toolkit or ArchiveSpace.

    • Ability to read cursive writing.

    • Experience identifying and writing grants.

    • Experience working with clientele from diverse backgrounds and life experiences.

    • Strong visionary skills to seek innovative uses of technology to further library service goals.

    917 Plum Street Cincinnati, OH 45202

    More information can be found here.

  • September 19, 2023 9:21 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Adventure Crew

    About the position:


    Supervisor: Director of Programming

    Organizational Overview

    Adventure Crew is a dynamic non-profit organization with the mission of connecting city teens to nature and each other through engaging outdoor adventures. Serving hundreds of students annually from 27 Cincinnati Public and Northern Kentucky schools, Adventure Crew provides city teens with no-cost outdoor adventures including kayaking, biking, hiking, snow skiing, rock wall climbing and more. Through the Crew Pathways progressive experiential learning program, students can access increasing levels of experience in outdoor adventure skills, environmental education and stewardship, and preparation for careers in the outdoor, environmental or recreational industry.

    Roles and responsibilities:

    Our roster of part-time Outdoor Specialists play a critical role in supporting the delivery and evaluation of programs. The majority of this work occurs during Saturday adventure outings, with additional opportunities to work with smaller groups of teens in the upper program levels as Outdoor Specialists gain skills and experience. The ideal candidate is passionate about outdoor recreation, dedicated to environmental stewardship and sustainability, and possesses a deep desire to work toward equity, access, inclusion, and belonging for marginalized populations across the outdoor recreation and environmental sectors.

    Primary duties are:

    Assist with all facets of adventure program support to ensure a successful experience for all participants:

    Work with program staff and volunteers to set up, break down, and clean up program events and activities, including snacks and meals

    Fulfill responsibilities of the assigned role specific to each adventure

    Help Crew teens with gear fitting and use, safety instructions specific to each adventure, and monitor throughout the program for troubleshooting or behavior modification regarding safety

    Participate in adventures as an engaged mentor for students, a supportive assistant for Director of Programming, and a collaborative peer for other Outdoor Specialists

    Engage with Crew teens in ways that promote a culture of welcome and belonging, positive relationships, confidence and resilience

    Maintain school student rosters:

    Track student attendance for the day, work with school advisors to ensure new student waivers are signed and completed, and any additional event-specific waivers for adventure programs

    Attend paid trainings and other professional development opportunities outside of program time; with a minimum of two trainings per year required in addition to required safety certifications listed below

    Must periodically lead or assist with the student pick-up shift at Fountain Square on Saturday mornings, including:

    Arrive at Fountain Square at 8:45 a.m. wearing Adventure Crew gear

    Greet students and advisors and prepare for departure on yellow busses

    Work with school advisors to ensure accurate student attendance

    Communication with Director of Programming

    Abide by and enforce all Cincinnati Public School, Adventure Crew, venue, and program partner policies

    Work effectively with other staff, volunteers, school advisors, and partners

    Complete daily program evaluations

    Act as a positive role model to students through attitude and behavior reflecting the values of the organization

    Qualifications and skills:

    CPR/First Aid/AED Certification (must provide documentation of current certification or training/certification will be provided in first months of employment).

    Demonstrated commitment to equity, inclusion, diversity, and social justice

    Self-starter demonstrating a proactive, can-do attitude and creative problem-solving

    Must be available a minimum of two Saturdays a month (average of 6 hours per Saturday)

    Successful background check

    Demonstrate initiative and a solutions-oriented approach to all aspects of programming and student engagement

    Caring and compassionate attitude

    Ability to adapt to sudden program changes

    Familiarity with advanced outdoor education skills is a plus, but not required

    Physical Requirements:

    Must be able to participate in outdoor activities such as kayaking, biking, hiking, skiing/snowboarding, ice/roller skating, etc.

    Reliable transportation to and from program locations


    Parking and gas reimbursement

    Paid professional development

    Lunch included on full program days

    Uniforms and other Adventure Crew brand merch provided

    Fun (optional) social events throughout the year

    Hourly Wage: $16 - $18/hour; average 12 - 18 hours/month depending on monthly program needs and other considerations.

    Equal Opportunity Employment

    Adventure Crew is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes everyone to apply. We will not discriminate against qualified employees or job applicants based on race, religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, disability, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, color, marital status, or medical conditions. We strongly encourage people of color, LGBTQ+ people, and those with lived experiences that reflect the diversity of our city’s youth to apply.

    For consideration, qualified applicants are directed to submit a PDF of your resume and cover letter to Thank you for your interest in this position.

    More information can be found here.

  • September 19, 2023 1:39 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Great Parks

    About the position:

    Salary Range: $14.45 Hourly Onwards

    The Adventure Outpost at Winton Woods is looking for skilled instructors to join our team! Adventure Outpost Instructors lead and assist with a variety of outdoor recreation programs, including kayaking, canoeing, stand up paddleboarding, archery, team building and backpacking skills. The schedule is varied, and includes evenings, weekends and holidays, and instructors can expect 20-30 hours per week. The experience and training we offer can build the foundation for your career in outdoor education.

    Prepares and leads youth and adult groups through various types of challenging recreational activities including but not limited to team building, kayaking, canoeing, archery, hiking and bicycling.

    Participates in discussion based on the activities and assists chaperones with group control.

    Presents group activities in an accurate and educational manner for schools, community groups, organizations, and the general public and for special events.

    Maintains recreational equipment and program equipment at Adventure Outpost under guidance of Adventure Outpost Manager.

    Provides accurate information to general public and answers inquiries, maintains good public relations.


    An appropriate combination of education, training, course work and experience may qualify an applicant to demonstrate required knowledge, skills, and abilities. An example of an acceptable qualification is:

    Associate’s Degree in Parks and Recreation and at least 1 year of training or experience with demonstrates a comprehensive knowledge of recreational activities, practices and procedures.


    State Motor Vehicle Operator’s License that meets GPHC current carrier guidelines

    Benefits include membership in Ohio Public Employees Retirement System and free or discounted use of many Great Parks’ recreational activities.

    Great Parks is an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, disability, military status, or any other classification protected under applicable law.

    More information can be found here.

  • September 19, 2023 1:33 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: City of Fairfield

    About the position:

    Fairfield City Council is accepting applications from Fairfield residents residing in the First Ward who are interested in serving on the Parks & Recreation Board. Applicants must be a resident of the First Ward and an elector of the City for at least one year prior to application in order to be considered for this appointment. This is a partial term that will commence upon appointment by Council and expire on March 31, 2025.

    Some of the duties of the Parks and Recreation Board are: determine programs and activities of the City regarding parks and recreation, authorization of monies and the awarding of contracts for the operation and maintenance of the City’s parks and recreation programs, the adoption of rules and regulations and systems of streets, boulevards, or parkways as the Board believe to be in the best interest of the efficient and orderly use and operation of the City’s parks and recreation areas.

    For more information about the Parks & Recreation Board, visit: http://www.fairfield

    General Information

    All positions on Fairfield’s boards and commissions are non-compensated volunteer positions. City of Fairfield residents interested in applying can obtain an application in the Clerk of Council’s office at the Fairfield Municipal Building, 5350 Pleasant Avenue, or applications can be submitted at The application deadline is September 26, 2023.

    Alisha Wilson

    Clerk of Council, City of Fairfield

    More information can be found here.

  • September 12, 2023 9:46 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Hall Hunger Initiative

    About the position:

    POSITION: Office Manager & Bookkeeper

    SCHEDULE: 25 hr/wk; possibility to increase. In-person office hours with occasional remote work. This position is funded for six months with the possibility to extend.

    SALARY: $20/hr (This position does not offer benefits)

    REPORTS TO: Hall Hunger Initiative Assistant Director


    This position will provide substantive administrative and bookkeeping support towards Hall Hunger Initiative’s (HHI) efforts to create a just and sustainable food system as well as providing support for our partner Agraria Center for Regenerative Practice (Agraria). As a split position, the Office Manager & Bookkeeper will spend 15 hours a week with HHI and 10 with Agraria and may have the opportunity to increase. This position is funded for six months but will have the possibility to extend. We are open to a candidate who has some of the skills listed and is willing to learn the others.

    Both projects are innovative and creative, making this an exciting opportunity to have a meaningful role in important community projects.


    If you are a self-starter, passionate about helping your community, organized, able to work without close supervision, good with people and technology , and excited about making a positive change, we invite you to consider this unique and rewarding opportunity.


    ● Organize and maintain filing systems so that pertinent information is easy to find and accessible

    ● Basic bookkeeping - logging and tracking expenses and income

    ● Paying bills, tracking invoices and maintaining financial accounts

    ● Conduct research projects such as basic grant information and timelines, project specific data & statistics and other information as needed

    ● Assist in planning and implementing events, including contacting venues, sending and tracking invitations, arranging for food, helping with publicity, etc.

    ● Assist in scheduling and planning travel, including making plane and hotel reservations

    ● Create basic flyers and promotional materials

    ● Greet visitors, answer questions and provide guidance

    ● Other activities as identified by partners as needed


    Bachelor’s degree or 3 years administrative experience preferred.


    ● Well-organized

    ● Excellent communication skills, including speaking and writing

    ● Solid bookkeeping & account reconciliation skills

    ● Strong time management skills

    ● Community-minded

    ● Self-directed

    ● Familiar with Quickbooks

    ● Familiar with Google, Canva and Microsoft programs

    ● Familiar with virtual meeting platforms

    ● Adaptable to a variety of tasks and changing work environment

    To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter to Alex Klug at

    Hall Hunger Initiative is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values diversity at all levels of employment.

    More information can be found here or by emailing Alex Klug.

  • September 11, 2023 4:54 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: La Soupe

    About the position: 

    Job Type: Full-Time

    Job Title: Rescue & Share Coordinator

    Compensation: Salary commensurate with experience. The comprehensive employee benefits package includes free employee lunch (M - F), health insurance, life insurance with AD&D, ST and LT disability, paid time off, and investment in career development. Vision and dental are provided at employee cost.

    Salary Range: $18 - $22/hour

    Job Type: Non-Exempt

    Location: La Soupe, 915 E McMillian St, Cincinnati, OH 45206

    Reports To: Rescue & Share Manager

    Start Date: November 2023

    About the position:

    The Rescue & Share Coordinator is responsible for the communication and logistics for partner relationships associated with the Rescue, Share, and Bucket Brigade programs. They report to the Rescue & Share Manager and work to support the day-to-day operations of the Rescue and Share Programs. They represent La Soupe as an ambassador of our mission to bridge the gap between food waste and food insecurity across the Greater Cincinnati region. This role is responsible for day-to-day partner communications, managing partner needs, communicating feedback, and delivering feedback as required to maintain healthy productive partnerships. This is a cross-functional role working closely with departments including Volunteer, Transform, and Dock to maintain smooth internal operations.

    Core Responsibilities:

    Partner Communications (60%)

    ● Acts as the day-to-day point of contact and ambassador to all share partners and rescue partners, supporting their onboarding, scheduling, ongoing communications, feedback surveys, and compliance with La Soupe standards.

    ● Coordinates the distribution and tracks participation in an annual feedback process for all partnerships for data needs, feedback, and continuous improvement.

    ● Tracks partnership agreements and coordinates annual distribution to ensure one is in place for all partnerships.

    ● Ensures all details of the organizations we work with are properly documented in internal systems.

    ● Works with the Rescue Share Manager to support check-ins on current partners with emails, phone calls, and visits. Maintains open communication with every partner and ensures that our food and delivery best fit their needs.

    ● Communicates partner changes to the Rescue Share Manager which may impact Rescue and Share programs in a timely manner.

    ● Supports partner events as needed including managing tastings and out-of-house education through department collaboration as needed.

    ● Participates in occasional off-site/off-hours events with a professional appearance and demeanor.

    Partner Scheduling (30%)

    ● Owns and creates daily production plans based on partner schedules, and collaborates with Dock Co-Managers and Executive Chef to maintain and improve on tracking of inbound and outbound products

    ● Responsible for relationship management, supply/ demand balancing, and scheduling/ coordination of all Rescue, Share, Bucket Brigade, compost, and animal feed partners to meet production goals and update orders and schedules to optimize distributions.

    ● Works with the Executive Chef, Shipping and Receiving team, and Volunteer team to coordinate the distribution of transformed and direct donated food to partners keeping in mind cultural preferences, size, and storage capacity.

    ● Owns and creates weekly meal prep sheets for the kitchen, Food As Medicine, and Dock.

    ● Assists in the placement of large food rescues/shares with appropriate agencies.

    ● Collaborate with the inventory manager and Rescue Share Manager on daily schedules.

    Volunteer Management (10%)

    ● Collaborates with the Volunteer team to track and schedule all volunteer deliveries to ensure smooth distribution of food through Food Rescue US.

    ● Proactively identifies gaps and solicits external and internal support to ensure service is provided to partner agencies.

    Key Performance Indicators:

    ● Feedback is collected annually at minimum from all partners. If a partner gives feedback about their order, the order is changed in a timely manner.

    ● All regular partners have documented partnership agreements signed annually.

    ● The amount of food the kitchen is producing is being donated to the community.


    Qualifications & Professional Skills:

    ● Commitment to La Soupe’s mission, values, and culture

    ● Experience with GSuite, Sheets, and Forms

    ● Drivers License, no major infractions in the past 5 years

    ● 2+ years experience managing internal and external communications, or program coordination

    Skills and Abilities:

    ● Builds effective relationships through formal and informal networks, internally and externally

    ● Knowledge of food safety, restaurant ops, or food facility operations prefered

    ● Warm and friendly, highly flexible, desire to help others

    ● Can work within a team to manage expectations

    ● Self-motivator, sees the big picture, can recognize priorities of tasks

    ● Experienced team player and team leader

    ● Creative problem solver - Must work well under pressure

    ● EXTREMELY detail-oriented and organized


    ● Free Lunch

    ● Paid Holidays

    ● Access to company-sponsored healthcare

    ● PTO after 90 days of employment

    ● Get to work with best crew in the city while helping communities

    Physical Demands and Work Environment:

    The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

    While performing the duties of this job the employee is regularly required to stand and walk. The employee frequently is required to sit or stand. The employee may regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be exposed to wet and/or humid conditions; outside weather conditions; extreme cold, and extreme heat. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to loud.

    About La Soupe: La Soupe works with communities across the Greater Cincinnati region to reduce food waste and food insecurity. Our chef-based model utilizes our volunteer network to rescue perishables from farms, grocers, and wholesalers. Our highly talented Transform team of chefs and volunteers transform this food into healthy soupes and meals. Our soupes and meals are distributed to roughly 170 share partners that feed the food insecure and are available to purchase at our retail storefront. We have a well-established program of rescuing prepared overages from restaurants and catering and delivering directly to agencies that serve those in need.

    To apply: Please send a cover letter, resume, and three references to Amy Scarpello, Partner Relations Manager at by Oct 15, 2023

    More information can be found here.

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