The Black Church Food Security Network is growing! We are bringing on new team members to help us to deliver on our mission of creating Black-led food ecosystems across the country. People in these roles will have an opportunity to make an impact across the organization as we continue to expand our reach. Learn more about the roles below. If any of these positions sound like a good fit, you can submit your application here. If you have any questions about the roles or the process you can reach out to [email protected].
ARC Program Manager [link to PDF]
The Assembling our Resources for Community Sustainability (ARC) program is a food-value chain that creates a direct partnership between Black churches and farmers. The ARC Program Manager supports BCFSN’s food system organizing and leads the growth of the program. The ideal candidate will have a background in agriculture, food aggregation, project management, or leading community organizing campaigns.
Director of Finance and Administration [link to PDF]
BCFSN is looking for a mission-oriented, strategic leader with experience managing finance and operations in an early-stage nonprofit organization. The Director of Finance and Administration will lead and develop the internal team to support: finance, business planning and budgeting, human resources, administration, and IT. This person will play a critical role in partnering with the leadership team in strategic decision-making and operations as BCFSN continues to expand our programming.
Operations and Strategy Manager [link to PDF]
BCFSN is looking for a collaborative, organized, and resourceful Operations and Strategy Manager to join our growing team. This person will be responsible for analyzing and executing new opportunities. Reporting to the Executive Director they will work cross-functionally with team members throughout the organization to get projects done efficiently. Strong communication, creative problem-solving skills, and the ability to develop strong working relationships are the keys to success in this role.
Development Manager [link to PDF]
The Black Church Food Security Network is looking for a mission-driven operator to join our team as our Development Manager. This person will be responsible for building, managing, and supporting BCFSN development operations. Our startup environment is an ideal fit for someone looking to learn and grow with the organization.
Sound like a good fit? You can submit your application for any of the roles here. If you have any questions about the roles or the process you can reach out to [email protected].
I am an experienced CFO in working with nonprofits, and I am willing to lend any help in the area of Finance and Administration. I am not looking for a full-time position because I just started working a new job for a nonprofit in Silver Spring, MD, but I love what your organization is about and I am willing to assist.
Thank you so much for your willingness to assist. We really appreciate it!
Really happy for you Rev. Dr. Brown. I’ll pass these positions on throughout my network as well. Let’s build!
I’m also in Silver Spring, it’d be great to connect with you registered some help with our non-profits financ needs as we work through breaking away from our fiscal sponsor.
Pastor Brown –
I’m not looking for new employment (still doing policy work for DC Greens) but am available to discuss volunteer and/or thought-partnership opportunities. I recently moved to the Baltimore area.
Thank you so much, Sis. Winnie, for being such a consistent supporter of our organization. I’d love to discuss ways that we might collaborate more intentionally in the future. …and welcome to Baltimore! 🙂
Peace Pastor Brown, my Grandmother is Evelyn Hinton! She use to bring me to your church to speak and learn from you often when I was younger. Following some of your footsteps some years back I got into the food justice field and I am ready to aid you in this vision. I will be applying and look forward to aiding your team make a clean sustainable future for all! Hope to talk with you soon. I’ve been reaching out for a while.
I work at local non profit Roca Baltimore we assist young men in Baltimore City ages 16-24 & I also work with their families- while we sign them up for SNAP benefits often they run out of food or are waiting for benefits to begin. How can I partner with this program to assist our participants & families who have food insecurities.