Director of Community Impact and Innovation, Community FoodBank of New Jersey
Posted by Community FoodBank of New Jersey on July 13, 2021
The Community FoodBank of New Jersey (CFBNJ) is seeking a Director of Community Impact and Innovation to join our Network Relations team. The Director of Community Impact and Innovation is responsible for the overall strategic oversight and direction of all Network Partner functions with a focus on Atlantic, Cape May and Cumberland counties. This position directs the development and execution of support and services to the Foodbank’s Network Partners, supplies ongoing technical assistance and capacity building to Network Partners, and oversees effective communication between CFBNJ and the Network. This position reports to the Network Leader and is based in Egg Harbor Township, NJ.
The Director will have strong community relationships in Atlantic, Cape May or Cumberland counties, or the ability to build relationships and become a trusted community member quickly. The Director is responsible for the development and implementation of multiple, complex projects and initiatives. This position is also responsible for researching, testing, and managing innovation projects/strategies that will lead to increased capacity and impact through CFBNJ’s Network. The Director will also oversee the development of direct service programs statewide, including our Community Assistance Pantry and our mobile distribution program which is intended to fill gaps and ensure equitable distribution of CFBNJ resources throughout our entire service area. The Director works closely with Director of External Affairs, Operations Manager, and the Programs department to ensure community impact and organizational goals are met.
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