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67 Merchants Row
Rutland, VT, 05701
United States

(802) 417-1528

Rutland Area Farm and Food Link (RAFFL) promotes local food knowledge, production and market opportunities for farmers and community members throughout our region.

Seeking Everyday Chef Coordinator

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Seeking Everyday Chef Coordinator

Elena Gustavson

 
 

We are seeking to fill the role of Coordinator for Everyday Chef, a food and cooking education program for RAFFL. A fantastic opportunity for a well organized, outgoing individual who has a passion for education, cooking and our local farming community. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.

The Everyday Chef Coordinator is responsible for coordination and oversight of the Everyday Chef program, which promotes local food and farms, increased confidence in the kitchen, improved health and health outcomes for adults, especially related to obesity and the incidence of metabolic disease. 

Part-time, hourly position is 15 to 20 hours per week, year-round. Rate is $15 to $17 per hour, depending on experience. Please email resume to elena@rutlandfarmandfood.org. Please, no phone calls.

Full job description and qualifications here.

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ABOUT RAFFL

The Rutland Area Farm and Food Link (RAFFL) is a dynamic food system organization located in Rutland County, Vermont. Our programs support local farm and food producers and build community by strengthening the relationships between farmers and consumers through education, collaboration, and innovation.

RAFFL is deeply embedded in our community. Our programs are designed to be responsive to the needs of both the farmers and broader community members in our region. We influence the way local food is valued, how people find it, and who benefits from it.