Project Bread is a vibrant organization with a deep commitment to creating positive social change. We work in a fast-paced environment that values learning and an entrepreneurial approach. Knowing its importance to the success of our work, Project Bread is committed to diversity and inclusion, and we aspire to build a diverse staff team and community, including groups that are traditionally underrepresented among our sector leadership.
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The Nutrition Services Coordinator will respond to referrals and develop service plans custom-ized to meet the individual needs of each client so that they can access the healthy foods needed to best manage their health conditions. This position will primarily work with members remotely, but the role may include some in-person visits on an as needed basis (post-coronavirus).
The Chef Educator will train public school nutrition staff on strategies for improving the quality and palatability of school meals. As part of Project Bread’s School Food Fellowship, the Chef Educator will focus specifically on the culinary, presentation, marketing and customer service skills needed to provide healthy, affordable, and appealing food for public school students. The Chef Educator will work collaboratively with other programs across the organization, including the Healthcare Partnerships and Community Partnerships Programs to provide culinary training to target audiences within those programs. Frequent regional travel and occasional statewide travel is required.
The Development Associate is an integral part of the fundraising team, with a focus on administrative support for Project Bread’s community of fundraising relationships and executing department projects. The ideal candidate will have exemplary project management skills, attention to detail, and enthusiasm for interacting with people from a broad range of backgrounds and perspectives.
FoodSource Hotline counselors provide direct assistance to 25,000+ callers per year who are struggling with food insecurity. Working as part of a team, counselors listen to the individual stories of each caller; refer them to community food programs and other helpful resources, as well as provide over-the-phone SNAP (formerly food stamps) screening and application assistance and follow-up with applicants throughout the process.
The SNAP Enrollment Coordinator will work to increase participation in SNAP (previously known as the Food Stamp Program) by screening clients for eligibility and helping them with the application process using the state’s online application tool, DTA Connect. SNAP Enrollment Coordinators provide in-person assistance at health centers and social service organizations in Greater Boston.
The SNAP Enrollment Coordinator will work to increase participation in SNAP (previously known as the Food Stamp Program) by screening clients for eligibility and helping them with the application process using the state’s online application tool, DTA Connect. SNAP Enrollment Coordinators provide in-person assistance at health centers and social service organizations in Worcester.