Careers

Current Opportunities

Controller

We are looking for someone passionate about equity for Minnesota’s Indigenous, low-income, and racially diverse youth. Someone familiar with nonprofit accounting and who has excellent attention to detail.

The Controller will be responsible for the vast majority of financial transactions into the accounting system. The individual must have a solid understanding of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and internal controls. The Controller must be able to manage several projects simultaneously and adhere to deadlines.

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Senior Operations Officer

The Sr. Operations Officer will plan, direct, evaluate and work toward continuous improvement of the overall business operations, staff culture, management information systems, and administrative functions of Youthprise, including non-grant related contracts.

The Senior Operations Officer collaborates closely with the President and senior leadership team to promote efficient operation and long-term sustainability of the organization. The Senior Operations Officer will lead organizational change management efforts and work to facilitate a positive culture and staff cohesion among a diverse and intergenerational team.

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Executive Chef

We are looking for someone passionate about equity for Minnesota’s Indigenous, low-income, and racially diverse youth. Someone familiar with nonprofit accounting and who has excellent attention to detail.

The Executive Chef is responsible for coordinating the kitchen staff and managing the preparations of meals provided through the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) and Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) to youth between the ages of 6-18. The Executive Chef plans menus, creates specials and special menus when applicable, and determines portion sizes to meet program requirements. Before and during meals, an executive chef oversees the prep work and ensures that all meals leaving the kithcen are consistent in presentation and quality.

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Food Production Cook

We are looking for someone passionate about equity for Minnesota’s Indigenous, low-income, and racially diverse youth. Someone familiar with nonprofit accounting and who has excellent attention to detail.

The Food Production Cook demonstrates professional behavior and promotes positive relationships with youth, parents, staff, and others to build customer support for Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) and Summer Food Service Program (SFSP). Production kitchens are responsible for the receiving, storing, organizing, and distributing food and supply items to the satellite kitchens. The Food Production Cook has the responsibility of coordinating the timely preparation, packaging and distribution of foods to the satellite kitchens.

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