Compensation Type: Hourly wages
Job Type:
Part Time

Pay Range: $18.75-$20.00 per hour
Organization's Mission: EATS is a 501c3 nonprofit in Park City, UT that is dedicated to empowering and growing healthy communities with fun, food, and nutrition advocacy.
Organization's Race, Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion Statement and Work: EATS recognizes the challenges faced by the diverse and underserved populations in our community. We are committed to advancing equitable outcomes by building teams, cultivating leaders, and delivering programs based on inclusion and strengthened by diversity. We embody these words by whole-heartedly respecting and including the unique and varied voices of our community that serve to guide our mission and advocate for social change.
Position Summary: Reporting to the Program Manager, the Youth Education Coordinator will be responsible for ensuring seamless delivery of all EATS Park City’s cooking class programs to school aged students. This program includes in-school, afterschool, summer, camp, and private cooking classes.

The Youth Education Coordinator will focus their energy on facilitation, evaluation, logistical coordination, and growth of the cooking class program. At EATS Park City, we teach nutrition education through cooking classes. Thus, the Youth Education Coordinator will play a key role in realizing EATS vision of creating a significantly healthier generation equipped with the key life skill of being able to cook.
Primary Responsibilities: Facilitation (60%)
- Instruct or delegate instruction to interns/volunteers/additional staff for EATS cooking classes for school aged students
- Creating a class structure that works for each class depending on size, age group, and recipe
- Implement restorative behavioral management practices in cooking classes
- Prepare for classes by grocery shopping and taking inventory of materials
- Facilitate lesson plans and activities at summer camps

Evaluation (10%)
- Assist the Program Manager with evaluation metrics for cooking classes
- Distribute evaluations during cooking classes
- Input surveys into appropriate databases
- Track attendance and other key metrics at cooking classes

Curriculum Development (20%)
- Evaluate existing curriculum as a basis towards teaching EATS cooking classes
- Develop some additional curriculum and lesson plans for cooking classes including in school, after school, partner classes, and summer camps as needed

Growth (5%)
- Collaborate with community partners to increase the number and quality of cooking classes, including revenue-generating classes

Other Tasks As Assigned (5%)
Desired Qualifications: Education and experience:
- Two years of college, four-year degree, or graduate student preferred, but not required
- 2-3 years of relevant experience in fields such as experiential education, nutrition, food preparation
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Experience facilitating youth activities, especially in a camp or school setting
- Experience in public speaking
- Experience in curriculum development
- Experience or interest in food systems, nutrition, and culinary arts preferred.

Desired skills and abilities:
- Proficient in using programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel, and Google Docs/Calendar.
- Strong project management skills managing complex, multifaceted projects resulting in measurable successes and program growth.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills with exceptional attention to detail.
- Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a commitment to and passion for EATS Park City’s mission.
- Ability to lift 40 pounds with some help or the use of a dolly.
- Ability to successfully pass a criminal background check (including FBI fingerprint-based criminal history check) required.
- Valid driver’s license and reliable car required. Personal vehicles will be used for transportation to and from schools in the Park City area.
- Current food handler’s permit, or ability to obtain within 30-days of hire, required.
- Knowledge of non-profit evaluation practices
Benefits / Why Work With Us: This is a part time position. Pay is hourly, up to 30 hours per week. $18.75 - $20 per hour depending on experience. Benefits include mileage reimbursement, an IRA match to 3%, generous paid time off, and a flexible, relaxed work environment.
How to Apply: Please send cover letter, resume and references to: Meaghan Miller-Gitlin at
Location: Park City


Organization Website: Visit website
Contact: Natalie Kane
Phone: 7632134244