Project Manager, Kaua‘i Farm-to-School Hui

The Kaua`i Farm-to-School Capacity Building Project Manager will lead a project focused on identifying stakeholders and building collaboration around food access for Kaua`i’s low-income populations in school settings. The project aims to create a coordinated network of farm-to-school stakeholders, while simultaneously building the capacity of the organizations to fund projects through technical assistance and grant writing support via incubation and acceleration of community ideas and needs.


  • Coordinating the Kaua`i Farm-to-School Hui, including identifying, interviewing, and providing ongoing support to members
  • Developing and facilitating collaborative training sessions and quarterly meetings with all Kaua`i Farm-to-School Hui members for needs assessment, project development and funding
  • Coordinating quarterly meetings and consistent communication with all Stakeholders throughout the course of the project
  • Connecting with statewide youth food access initiatives, including attending quarterly Hawai‘i Farm-to-School Hui meetings and webinars/calls with DOH-SNAP-Ed
  • Reporting on program activities and deliverables on a quarterly basis


  • 5+ years of community-based experience in project development, program management, and/or grant writing
  • An entrepreneurial “get it done” attitude with a strong work ethic
  • Excellent facilitation skills utilizing emotional maturity and an outcomes-based focus
  • A passion for, and loyalty to, delivering exceptional results for the beneficiaries of our work


  • $20 per hour for 32 hours per week, plus a comprehensive benefits package
  • Opportunities for statewide travel and networking

To Apply: Please send resume and cover letter to