DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES/ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
• Support the work of the SNAP E&T National Partnership project in the following areas: (1) Developing and implementing a clear and effective project plan to achieve project deliverables; (2) Providing and coordinating training and technical assistance to Community Action Agencies to support their becoming SNAP E&T third party providers or expanding their services; (3) Developing and facilitating learning cohorts for Community Action Agencies to support development of new SNAP E&T partnerships with expert partner T/TA providers and peer Community Action Agency experts; (3) Developing, curating, and disseminating effective information and resources to the Community Action network regarding SNAP E&T third-party services and partnership opportunities.
• Provide leadership in resource development and outreach to the Community Action network related to the intersection of effective food/nutrition programs and employment/training programs.
• Support management activities, including participating in budget development, grant reporting, and grant writing.
• Respond to CAA, State Association, and State CSBG Lead Agency requests regarding the implementation of new SNAP E&T partnerships.
• Promote, communicate and strategically coordinate SNAP E&T outreach information/resources for CAAs via email, social media, E-News, and other channels.
• Participate in project-related planning and training activities for the Partnership’s Annual Convention and Management and Leadership Training Conference.
• Manage quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis regarding project effectiveness.
• Support research and content development related to new publications and resources.
• Support and collaborate with Partnership colleagues on potential program development and policy advocacy for CAAs relevant to SNAP E&T.
• Communicate and participate in meetings with the lead grantee, project partners and other Community Action network partners on project-related activities.
• Other duties as assigned.
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