Join the movement of health and well-being in Leadville and Lake County!
Lake County Build a Generation is currently accepting applications for the following positions:
Communities that Care Manager
Do you have strong supervisory skills?
Do you have experience in, and an understanding of, Collective Impact, policy change, systems change, and environmental change?
Do you have experience in health prevention and promotion?
Do you have an understanding/awareness of racial equity issues (developed either through personal experience or formal training)?
Do you have an ability to build on or develop trust and connections with members of the Lake County Latino/a community?
Do you have experience in, and passion for, substance abuse prevention, especially for youth?
The Communities that Care Manager will oversee LCBAG’s work to coordinate efforts across Lake County to build a healthier community for youth and families. This staff member will implement the Communities That Care model, in order to promote health and well-being of young people. The Communities that Care process will help Lake County work on issues that are important to us in a way that capitalizes on our own particular strengths and resources. The Communities that Care Manager will facilitate a community coalition, supervise a coordinator focused on building youth leadership, and provide support to youth working on community change. The Communities that Care Manager will be responsible for making sure all of these efforts support one another towards the common goal of making a healthier Lake County.
Please read the full job application here: CTC Manager 2019
To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, and list of three professional references (at least one of whom should be a former supervisor) to Noah Sosin, email@example.com.
Do you have or are you able to develop strong facilitative leadership skills?
Do you have strong written and verbal communication skills?
Do you have strong interpersonal communication, feedback, and conflict resolution skills?
Do you have a strong ability to analyze and understand data?
Consider applying to become the HEAL (Healthy Eating and Active Living) Manager at Lake County Build a Generation!
The HEAL Manager will oversee LCBAG’s work to promote healthy eating and active living (HEAL) in Lake County, particularly among residents who may be challenged by access to HEAL. He or she will facilitate the Lake County Food Access Coalition (LCFAC) and oversee a HEAL Coordinator focused on Active Living work. In addition, he or she will work with others across the state on statewide systems change work related to increasing access to healthy food for those at greatest risk for health inequities.
Please read the full job application here: HEAL Manager 2019
To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, and list of three professional references (at least one of whom should be a former supervisor) to Noah Sosin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contract Food Access Community Connector
Do you care about making sure that all community members in Lake County have access to healthy, affordable food?
Are you responsible? Do you have a positive attitude? Are you a good listener?
Do you know at least 10 people in Lake County who use or have used our community’s food resources (such as Double Up Bucks, SNAP, the Community Meal, Meals on Wheels, Lake County School District free or reduced lunch, Senior Center Congregate Meal, etc.) and whom you could interview?
Would you like to play a leadership role in the 2020 Lake County Food Access Plan?
Do you have time in January-September to attend trainings, conduct interviews and focus groups, and participate in developing a plan to improve Lake County community members’ access to food?
Would you like to earn $1500 in extra money for your work and expertise?
Then consider being a Contract Food Access Community Connector for Lake County Build a Generation!
View the application here: RFP Food Access Comunity Connectors
Ver la aplicación aquí: RFP Food Access Community Connectors (Spanish)
Please return this to Mara Gwin, Lake County Build a Generation Resource and Organizational Development VISTA at email@example.com or drop it off at Lake County Build a Generation, 825 W 6th Street, Leadville, Colorado.
Contract Child Care
Do you love working with children? Are you looking to make some extra money?
Lake County Build a Generation is looking for energetic, fun individuals for Contract Child Care work! We have various events throughout the year that require child care during both the day and evenings. Compensation is $18/hour for adults and $10/hour for youth.
To apply, please fill out our Child Care Application, sign this background check authorization form, authorizing us to conduct a background check, and fill out this W-9. Please email forms to Keisha at firstname.lastname@example.org or bring them by our office at 825 W 6th St.
Are you bilingual or know someone who is? Do you enjoy working with and helping our community?
Lake County Build a Generation is seeking bilingual community members, particularly those with interpretation training or certifications, for Contract Interpretation work for both consecutive and simultaneous interpretation. We have various events throughout the year that require interpretation during both the day and evenings. Compensation is $25-$35/hour. Candidates may be asked to complete an interpretation assessment.