Seeking reliable, self-motivated, independent, fun-loving and kid-loving part-time youth food educators to join our team. We are seeking educators to take on classes, fill in as a substitute, or serve as an assistant.The youth food educators work closely with Allergic to Salad program officer, with potential for growth into independent self-led positions. This person(s) is responsible for leading and/or assisting kids cooking events (classes, parties and special events). Classes are in various locations around the city — east Brooklyn, lower Manhattan, Western Queens, for example.
Opinions regarding issues around food access, food justice and local foods a big plus. A knowledge of, and willingness to teach a variety of cuisines, as well as an ability to “cook on the fly” if needed. Two plus years experience teaching children in some capacity a must. Experience teaching/managing a classroom (pre-school aged or older) necessary.
- At least 2 years working with children highly preferred. Culinary degree not necessary.
- Most classes available in AFTER SCHOOL hours (2:30 to 6:00pm).
|Job Category||Adolescent Grades 7-12, Bilingual Education, Childhood, Early Childhood, Other, Students with Disabilities|
|Organization/School Name||Allergic to Salad|
|Contact Name||Abby Schiff|
|Application End Date||06/30/2020|
|Position Title||Youth Culinary Educator|