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Tehama and Northstate FARMS Program Coordinator

Job Summary

The FARMS Program is a Youth Workforce Development Program in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. Originally begun in the fall of 1993 in the Sacramento region, there are now 9 Program cohorts throughout the state.

The Tehama and Northstate FARMS Coordinator position is .75 FTE with flexible work hours. The expectation is to work 32 hours a week, although running two programs may require more hours in one week than others, and some weeks with less. The average should be 32.

In addition, this role will aid in identifying a diversified range of funding sources to help ensure long-term income sustainability, including governmental, corporate and private grants, events and fundraisers. This position may include grant writing in collaboration with Program Managers.

The ideal candidate will possess a can-do attitude; is able to wear many hats and operate under minimal supervision under tight deadlines. He/she has grit, is resourceful, and takes great pride in serving others and driving the organization's mission forward.

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