The Division of Agricultural Resource Development at the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry has a current vacancy for Director of The Emergency Food Assistance Program in Augusta. The Division works to encourage agricultural development and sustainability through education, annual industry events, technical assistance, research, economic development, and environmental stewardship of Maine’s existing and future farm businesses.
Applications are due by April 19, 2022.
This is administrative services work of a managerial nature directing The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP), a statewide program of acquiring, storing, and distributing donated food and other commodities. Other food access programs under the direction of this position are the Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP), Maine Hunters for the Hungry, and others. The employee in this position is responsible for planning, coordinating, acquiring, storing, and distributing federal commodities for local voluntary food programs across Maine. Supervision is exercised over professional and clerical employees. Work is performed under limited supervision.
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