• Full Time
  • Remote

Website Wallace Center

As part of the RAE team, the Program Associate will support the implementation and administration of the Wallace Center’s multiple regenerative agriculture activities in the United States. This position will provide backend support (e.g. project management requirements, scheduling, subcontract administration, meeting notes, etc.) for all programmatic activities, as well as support for communications. (e.g. website updates, social media and blog content development, online community of practice administration, etc.)

This position offers the opportunity to positively impact agriculture in the country’s largest conventional agriculture regions, thus impacting broader environmental and economic outcomes. The Center is actively building strategies for centering racial and economic equity in our work and seeking candidates eager to forward that mission. The Center is committed to building a diverse staff and strongly encourages applications from candidates of color.

Essential responsibilities will include:

Develop and maintain the required program management tools for active RAE grants and other projects.
Maintain and manage the administrative requirements for active subcontracts, sub agreements, etc. including scheduling meetings, managing monthly reporting/invoicing, and completing all close-out activities.
Oversee the Pasture Project website, RAE social media content, and RAE contributions to Wallace Center communications to ensure effectiveness, including coordinating new content (e.g. blogs, posts, press releases, etc.) and structural changes (as needed) on a consistent basis.
Support RAE’s racial and gender equity work, as well Wallace Center’s broader racial and gender equity activities.
Support Wallace Center’s Regenerative Ag Idea Network (REGAIN), an online network for agriculture educators – including adding content, maintaining resource libraries, providing support for onboarding of new users, and troubleshoot challenges.
Collect and curate relevant articles, audio-visual pieces, published research, decision-support tools, and other relevant resources to support RAE activities, social media postings, and website developments.
Provide administrative and logistical support (e.g. scheduling meetings, coordinating event logistics, editing materials, overseeing file management, travel logistics, supplemental research, taking notes, etc.)
Assist with monitoring and evaluation activities, including data collection, entry and management.
As time in the role increases, expect increasing ownership of certain projects and deliverables appropriate to position title.
Complete other duties as assigned.

 


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