NACUFS is seeking an experienced content and community manager to create, share, and manage knowledge and information relevant to the learning needs and current interests of our members. This individual will strategize, develop, implement, and evaluate content across multiple delivery platforms; curate, coordinate and develop material aligned with our body of knowledge; develop community management strategies to implement across the organization; recruit a pool of members to serve as content leaders, presenters, facilitators and online community forum moderators and leverage online community discussions to develop content in other formats.
Bachelor of Arts degree in learning, communications, nutrition, related fields required. A minimum of 2 years’ experience in learner-centered training, (preferably for adult learners), strong written, copywriting and oral communication skills, willingness to dive into collegiate foodservice subject areas, trends and areas of member interest and a passion and experience in building a member community needed. Preference will be given to candidates with professional experience in the fields of higher education, learning, nutrition and foodservice.
About National Association of College and University Food Services
Since 1958, NACUFS has supported the college and university foodservice market by providing members with the programs and resources they need to excel, from benchmarking and best practices to educational programming and professional networking.
NACUFS was founded by a group of college and university foodservice professionals from across the United States. The brainchild of Richard Lichtenfelt, then director of dormitory food services at Central Michigan University, NACUFS became the first association solely focused on foodservice in colleges and universities.
The NACUFS institution members span across the U.S. and Canada who partner with industry members from the food, equipment, and consulting market segments. Institutional members include 4-year and 2-year colleges; self-operated, contract and hybrid schools; small and large campuses. Industry members represent a wide spectrum of international, national and regional companies.
Since its inception, NACUFS has focused on its mission: to support and promote excellence in collegiate dining.