Position Description:The External Coordinator’s primary tasks will be to inform and mobilize Concordia students, engage and recruit new volunteers, create partnerships and collaborations with like minded student groups and outside organizations, develop programming, and work on campaigns. Supported by the Internal coordinator, CFM coordinator, and Mother Hubbard’s cook, the External coordinator will create marketing and promotional material, and develop the organization’s social media presence. The External coordinator must be driven and able to work autonomously while ensuring they are meeting the goals and expectations set out by CFC Board of Directors.Main Tasks & Responsibilities:Education & Engagement-Develop and document core programming on an annual basis including but not limited to: Bite ME! our week long orientation in September, the Transitions conference (Winter semester), and Fee-Levy Advocacy Community special events-Promote expanded learning and partnerships with community organizations outside of campus-Attend weekly Food Autonomy Campaign meetings, contribute to the development of strategic goals and campaign activities, and conduct research on community organizing-Recruit and retain volunteers, ensuring meaningful volunteer experiences-Engage and mobilize students and faculty through outreach, attending events, tabling, etc-Promote campus food security initiatives-Outreach and maintain relationships with groups on and off campus working in food security, sustainable agriculture, advocacy, and policy-Help lead weekly community kitchen: menu development, grocery shopping, cooking, packing food, clean-up, distribution, promotion-Update WebsiteSocial Media and Promotional Materials:-Along with other coordinators: create and implement a social media plan for the academic year that includes all internal events (i.e Annual General Meeting and Mother Hubbard’s)-Develop educational materials for social media posts about campus, local, and international food system issues (i.e food security programs on campus or national food policies)-Use software such as Canva to create outreach materials such as facebook banners for events, instagram images, and flyersSupervision:-Offer support to Farmers Market coordinator, help at markets when necessary, giving advice-Offer support to Mother Hubbard’s cook by helping with initial training and offering kitchen support when necessaryInternal Tasks:-Communicate and work closely with staff and board of directors on strategic planning, organizational growth, and events-Attend meetings and help organize: monthly BoD meetings, bi-weekly coordinator meetings, FLAC (rotating), Z-Annex (rotating), Action Research (rotating), Food -Advisory Working Group, and more as necessary-Provide supervision and support to Farmer’s Market Coordinator and Mother Hubbard’s cook-Maintain timesheet, provide monthly reports to BoD-Develop annual general meeting with coordinators and BoD-Develop annual visioning program with staff, BoD, and core community members-Act as a spokesperson for the organization by writing press releases, staying informed on issues, and building relationships with journalistsThe Concordia Food Coalition believes in Employment Equity. We recognize and welcome the diverse experiences and unique contributions that individuals from marginalized and oppressed communities can bring to our organization and we invite these individuals to apply for this position. Applicants are welcome, but by no means obligated, to share any information related to being considered for Employment Equity. All personal information shared with the CFC will remain confidential.To apply, please send a CV and cover letter to internal [at] concordiafoodcoalition.com. Deadline to apply is June 3rd, 2019 at midnight. Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.