Hunger Relief Federation Manager

Aug 5, 2022

The Hunger Relief Federation Manager is responsible for mobilizing community members and organizations to participate in anti-hunger public policy advocacy. The HRF Manager identifies, recruits, and trains agencies to participate in the Hunger Relief Federation, a statewide association of Free & Local partners. The HRF Manager is responsible for teaching leadership skills to members, forming executive advocacy committees, as well as engaging them to participate in the agency’s anti-hunger advocacy efforts. As informed by the Director of Advocacy, the Hunger Relief Federation Manager is responsible for organization and oversight of Advocacy Department projects.

To apply

Send your resume and letter of interest to [email protected].
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Recruit, train, mobilize and retain HRF membership that supports Hunger Task Force’s mission and the strategic plan of Advocacy Department.
  • Develop recruitment strategies utilizing NGPVAN database, stakeholders, and community leaders for identification of advocacy leaders willing to organize, lobby, educate and further our mission. Notifies Director of Advocacy regarding key leaders and potential partners in anti-hunger public policy advocacy.
  • Maintain active and structured communication with statewide coalition partners, including organizing and facilitating regular HRF meetings and trainings.
  • Manage the organization of an HRF Annual conference and/or regional conferences as appropriate.
  • Maintain an awareness of local and national political issues that impact the anti-hunger landscape.
  • Develop and execute an annual training and education program for HRF membership.
  • Serve as a primary point of contact for potential HRF members. Attract new members through documented and targeted communications. Report monthly progress on recruitment dashboard.
  • Build prospective and current member awareness and advocacy action through updated and targeted messaging.
  • Update and monitor website, NGPVAN and other platforms to meet recruitment and membership action benchmarks.
  • Assure member compliance with established quality standards (Standards of Excellence) and membership requirements.
  • As assigned by the Director of Advocacy: develop, implement, and evaluate issue campaigns, including outlining key strategies, creating timelines, executing campaigns, and evaluating campaign activities.
  • As assigned by Director of Advocacy: represent the agency at appropriate public events, including coalition meetings, workgroups, and conferences.
  • Develop and maintain efficient systems for tracking actions taken by members on behalf of HTF mission. Develop and complete a scorecard and meet benchmarks to track organizing effectiveness.
  • Manage and Mobilize Hunger Task Force’s citizen advocacy network, Voices Against Hunger, to act on advocacy and development campaigns, projects, and events.
  • Generate content for the HRF website, as well as the Voices Against Hunger Platform.
  • Organize and coordinate projects, events, actions, and campaigns related to Advocacy as assigned by the Director of Advocacy.

 

Supervisory Responsibilities

This job supervises the HRF Organizer and Badger Box Coordinator.

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations

Current driver’s license and certificates in community organizing, community leadership, or lobbying.

Other Skills and Abilities

Conversational fluency in Spanish, Hmong, or Russian is desirable. Coalition-building skills or an understanding of workplace giving fundraising campaigns would also be helpful.

Salary Range

$49,036 -$70,564