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We’re looking for a creative rockstar to tell our local food story in an engaging way. We
connect corner stores in low-income communities with fresh, local produce and are
looking for an innovative professional to help create and implement a communications
and fund development campaign to garner increased awareness and investment in the
Urban Food Project.
What you’ll gain: After a year of service as an Urban Food Fellow, you will have a new respect
for who grows your food and how it gets to your table. You will have eaten tons of locally grown
veggies. You will have met hundreds of Birmingham’s most influential and innovative thought
leaders. You will have made a significant contribution to the Birmingham community. You will
have had lots of fun doing it. Most importantly, you will be prepared for a career in food
One-year fellowship begins Late-May 2014
Who we are:
As a non-profit 501c3, REV Birmingham is making Birmingham, AL a vibrant place to live, work
and play. Community revitalization, business assistance and urban food initiatives are the core
of what we do. We’re driven to preserve historical buildings, revive commercial districts, grow
small businesses, and promote local food. Our Urban Food Project aims to more equitably
meet the demand for local, fresh produce among restaurants and low-income communities
alike. We’re looking for (3) local food advocates to join the Urban Food Project team, expanding
our local food distribution system and Farm-to-Corner Store program.
What we’re looking for:
This fellowship requires development and implementation of global systems, processes and
logistics with consideration to ground level community needs. Candidates should be innovative,
goal-oriented, and the ability to work independently. The success of all this position is best
supported by a foundational knowledge – or at the very least a strong interest in – local food
Communications & Fund Development Coordinator must have experience in marketing
campaign development including both traditional and interactive media. An understanding of
how communications strategies integrate to create impactful campaigns is a must. Strong
research and writing skills are integral to the success of this position. Graphic design (including
use of Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign), photography, videography and editing, experience are
ideal. This fellow will contribute to both the Urban Food Project and the organization as a whole.
The Communications and Fund Development Coordinator:
develop a fundraising and marketing campaign to further brand the UFP program
craft audience-targeted compelling messaging
conceptualize and execute creative to support campaign goals
engage stakeholders and increase community buy-in
create food-related workshops and resources
perform other overall communications, fund development and grant writing work to
sustain and grow additional REV initiatives
What it pays:
This position is a partnership between REV Birmingham and the AmeriCorps VISTA program
through the Corporation for National and Community Service. VISTAs receive an annual service
stipend of $11,136 through AmeriCorps. Health, relocation, and child care benefits are available
through this opportunity. A $1,500 stipend or $5,500 education award will be granted at end of
Send cover letters and resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org and apply via AmeriCorps
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