The Healthy Economies Coordinator supports TCF’s RC work to help rural communities in Western North Carolina address social determinants of health. The Coordinator will work with community- and faith-based organizations to strengthen community projects that address these determinants across marginalized
communities, with emphasis on local food entrepreneurship, economic development and the environment. Community projects include, but are not limited to, local food promotion, workforce development and ecotourism. The Coordinator will perform direct support and facilitate external support, to ensure that
responsibilities and timelines are developed and met, to advance community projects and to improve organizational skills such as Board governance, financial practices and fundraising. The Coordinator will provide training, tools, coaching and support to community-based organizations on a range of topics, including
community engagement, project planning and evaluation. The Coordinator will also develop and deliver presentations, perform outreach and connect network participants to additional resources.

The position is based out of The Conservation Fund’s Chapel Hill, North Carolina office, however, work from Western NC is permitted with occasional required visits to the Chapel Hill, NC office. Regular travel in Western NC is required; mileage reimbursement/car rental for travel and lodging (as needed) will be provided. This
position is grant supported and is subject to funding availability. Office space/laptop provided. The work is currently virtual with adherence to CDC pandemic guidelines.

For more information about this position and how to apply, click here. The salary range for this position is $50,000 to $62,000/year.