FFAC is seeking a regional director to raise awareness about factory farming and empower people to make sustainable, compassionate food choices. The primary responsibility is giving presentations to schools, businesses, and community groups about the impacts of factory farming on animals, workers, and the environment. The job also entails planning local events, and managing volunteers and interns.
The job will be full-time during the school year, with limited potential to work over the summer. It is approximately 40 hours per week, though the schedule is flexible and varies from month to month. Pay is based on the number of people reached plus hourly work.
We are seeking candidates who are:
Please submit resume and cover letter explaining your interest and background in factory farming/food systems work.
From social justice to public health to sustainability, factory farming is one of the most serious issues facing the planet.
By educating young people and stakeholder audiences about the realities of factory farming, FFAC works to build both a consumer base for a sustainable, compassionate food system and an informed citizenry that supports cultural and legislative change.