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Little Green Fingers Lead Community Organizer

The Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust Little Green Fingers Lead Organizer (LO) provides integral connections between the organizations, the Little Green Fingers collaborative, children ages 0 — 5 years old and their families. The Lead Organizer is to develop and maintain relationships with the local organizations that serve the 0 — 5 year old population while providing nutrition and healthy living education to the target population and their family. The LO will also be expected to build relationships with community members, Neighborhood Councils, homeowners and neighborhood organizations, business leaders, elected officials, City and County of Los Angeles departments, and other project/community stakeholders.

LO responsibilities include providing training, leadership development, of resident gardeners building support and membership, performing outreach and education, and developing and managing projects consistent with Little Green Fingers' organizing model. Additional responsibilities include providing organizational leadership, coordinating and providing support to Little Green Fingers' organizer, building support, and ensuring that Little Green Fingers deliverables are met and reporting requirements are on time and on target. This LO will have the primary responsibility of overseeing and co-organizing six to eight children's gardens as agreed upon by the Little Green Fingers Collaborative, however, all LAND TRUST employees are expected to assist, when requested, with all organizational projects, events, and commitments. This position is being funded through the Little Green Fingers Collaborative which is part of First 5 LA. This program funding runs through March 2017.

Little Green Fingers Community Organizer

The Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust Little Green Fingers' Community Organizer (CO) provides integral connections between the organizations, the Little Green Fingers collaborative, children ages 0 — 5 years old and their families. The Community Organizer is to develop and maintain relationships with the local organizations that serve the 0 — 5 year old population while providing nutrition and healthy living education to the target population and their family. The CO will also be expected to build relationships with community members, Neighborhood Councils, homeowners and neighborhood organizations, business leaders, elected officials, City and County of Los Angeles departments, and other project/community stakeholders.

CO responsibilities include providing training, leadership development, of resident gardeners building support and membership, performing outreach and education, and developing and managing projects consistent with Little Green Fingers' organizing model. This CO will have the primary responsibility of overseeing and co-organizing four to eight children's gardens as agreed upon by the Little Green Fingers Collaborative, however, all LAND TRUST employees are expected to assist, when requested, with all organizational projects, events, and commitments. This position is being funded through the Little Green Fingers Collaborative which is part of First 5 LA. This program funding runs through March 2017.

Community Organizer

The Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust's Community Organizers provide integral connections between the Land Trust and community residents. Each Community Organizer (CO) is expected to develop and maintain a wide-range of relationships within their assigned project/community, including relationships with community members, Neighborhood Councils, homeowners and neighborhood organizations, business leaders, elected officials, City and County of Los Angeles departments, and other project/community stakeholders.

CO responsibilities include developing resident leadership, building support and membership, performing outreach and education, and developing and managing park/garden projects consistent with the organizational mission. This CO position will lead our Park Equity Leadership Academy — be responsible for creating curriculum, facilitating trainings that result in grassroots leaders and advocates for park equity policy change. The CO will have the primary responsibility of organizing around one project/community issue, but all Land Trust COs are expected to assist, when requested, with all organizational projects, events, and commitments.

Project Manager

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