Leah’s Pantry is hiring a full-time Program and Partner Coordinator to provide project management and programmatic support in our San Francisco office.
Partner Management and Support
- Manage partner onboarding and engagement through Salesforce database management, materials orders, technical assistance, and other partner support tasks
- Manage all partner registration, data, and communication flow for training programs
SRO Project—Leah’s Pantry serves at the project manager for the SRO Health Collaborative in San Francisco. We’re piloting several food assistance programs at two SROs. This program will run through the end of the summer.
- Cross train and manage tenant leaders, staff, and site navigators
- Collect and record data; monitor project activities
- Create outreach materials
- Manage analytics for online products (EatFresh.org and the EatFresh.org Mini Course)
- Coordinate and submit reporting data for government contracts
- At least three years of relevant work experience, preferably in a non-profit or public health setting.
- A shared passion for the work and mission of Leah’s Pantry.
- High level of proficiency with project management using MS Office and Google Docs. Ability to format spreadsheets, make efficient use of formulas, and stay digitally organized.
- Experience with these tools, or the willingness and aptitude to learn quickly: Google Analytics, MailChimp, Trello, Salesforce, WordPress, JotForm, Moodle.
In addition, the person who will be successful in this role can likely describe themself in these ways:
- I can take direction, follow through, and make the corrections necessary to stay on track. I prioritize, then act, and am energized by this type of process.
- I enjoy transforming something strong into something superb.
- I love the challenge of meeting new people and winning them over or making a connection with them.
- I am able to respond willingly to the demands of the moment even if they pull me away from my plans.
- I have the ability to logically think about all the factors that might affect a situation and plan accordingly.
- When assigning new responsibilities, people often look to me first because they know I will get it done.