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Fair Food Network
Business Support Manager



Fair Food Network is founded on the belief that vibrant local food systems can create health and economic opportunity for all. As a national nonprofit, we work with a diverse network of partners and pioneer solutions that support farmers, strengthen local economies, and increase access to healthy food—especially in our most underserved communities.

Fair Food Network develops and implements programs that create on-the-ground impact and serve as replicable models that inform public policy. Key efforts include healthy food incentives and fair food financing, which influence different aspects of food and farming to help us achieve our vision of a local food system that provides economic opportunity and affordable, healthy food for everyone.



Fair Food Network seeks a Business Support Manager to assist in managing existing and new programs in Michigan that make an impact on the state’s good food ecosystem.  

The Business Support Manager will serve our flagship Fair Food Michigan (FFMI) program, which includes the Michigan Good Food Fund (MGFF), a $30 million public-private partnership loan fund that provides financing and business assistance to healthy food projects that benefit underserved communities across Michigan.

This role will report to and work closely with the Director of Fair Food Michigan, Jean Chorazyczewski. The position is either based in our Detroit or Ann Arbor offices.









Fair Food Network’s hiring process for this role is rigorous and may be different from other hiring practices you have encountered before.  We practice “blind recruitment” as part of our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion in order to overcome unconscious biases that emerge through traditional résumé reviews. We focus on each candidate’s demonstrated fit to preclude unconscious biases that emerge from knowledge of a candidate’s educational background, ethnicity, gender, or other attributes from influencing initial screening. In practice, this means:

We evaluate candidates primarily through written exercises and trial project. This serves a dual purpose of providing candidates a taste our work and our recruitment team insight into whether a candidate possesses the skills and competencies that are a prerequisite to success in our firm.

Our hiring process includes these steps:

  1. Written application for initial screening
  2. 30-minute phone interview assess fit and answer candidate’s questions
  3. 4-hour trial project to be completed on your own timeline
  4. Half-day in-person interview with additional members of Fair Food Network staff including a member of our executive team
  5. Reference checks (résumé submitted for the first time)
  6. Offer issued

We are committed to transparency throughout this process. We understand interviewing can be stressful and aim to minimize that stress and uncertainty. To give you a sense of timing, steps two through six above typically take four to six weeks.



Please complete the following very simple form. Candidates are able to display interest on an ongoing basis but please do so by Midnight EST on Wednesday, March 21st at the latest. ALL candidates will be invited to complete a set of short answer questions shortly after completing the form.

We are currently seeking candidates for our Ann Arbor or Detroit offices.

If you have any questions about the role, please feel free to email us at talent@rework.jobs. We look forward to getting to know you!


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