Position Summary

Rainier Beach Action Coalition seeks a Food Justice Program Coordinator to support programs, personnel, and business administration under the leadership of the Food Innovation Strategist. The position will assist with leadership, training, policy and procedure coordination, plus effective communication across the organization. This position is an ideal fit for someone who values business management and can follow-up on tasks with great care.

The ideal candidate will be detail-oriented in maintaining complete and accurate program operations that inspire confidence in our work where adequate skill, ability and experience are proven. The Program  Coordinator will work closely with other core functionalities of the Management team, including other Coordinators.

Essential Requirements


  • Demonstrated commitment to organization mission and values on diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • High ethical standards and ability to manage confidential information
  • Ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment and as a member of a dynamic team
  • Ability to engage and work with multiple stakeholders at all organizational levels
  • Ability to use critical thinking and self-directed problem-solving with limited supervision
  • Ability to accept and integrate feedback for effective personal and professional development
  • Support hiring and onboarding processes for prospective RBAC personnel including HR systems
  • Assertiveness with ability to follow-through and see projects to completion using good judgement
  • Ability to train and develop internal staff with proven experience to function with a young adult culture
  • Strong document preparation, communication, writing and grammar skills


  • Benefit and payroll tracking system knowledge for example ADP or Gusto
  • Strong technical skills and proficiency with Microsoft Office and Google Suite
  • Advanced knowledge reporting to funders through narrative and invoices
  • Experience of program deliverables assessment and grant evaluation

Preferred Requirements

  • Associate or Bachelor degree in business administration, program supervision or youth development
  • 3-5 years coordination experience or supporting multiple program teams
  • 3 years grant reporting experience or education with expense allocation and time tracking
  • Excellent customer service skills where both internal and external stakeholder service is recognized
  • Passion for nonprofit sector work, learning and growing with the an organization for the benefit of Black and Indigenous people of color
  • Cultural competency experience and demonstrated ability to work with people of diverse races, ages, abilities and economic backgrounds

Job Information

Status: Open No of vacancies: 1 Job type: Full Time Salary: $50 - $60 /Per Year Publish date: 03 Sep 2021

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