Careers

Careers

Food Bank of the Rockies is a GREAT place to work. We are an equal opportunity employer and offer a nourishing work environment with paid time off, health, dental and 401K benefits. When we have available positions, they are posted below. Email resume to cbrown@foodbankrockies.org 




 

Job Title:        Kids Cafe Site Coordinator

Reports To:    Culinary Services Manager

Department:  Nutrition Network (NN)

Wages:           $9.00

Status:            Non-exempt, Hourly, Part Time

Type:              Estimated as 2 to 3 hrs/day & 5 day work-week, dependent upon site.

Job Description

Has full responsibility for maintaining one site and serving meals to “at-risk” children.  This includes record keeping and attendance roster for Government required reports.

Work and partner with the on-site program meal director and volunteers.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Serve children and organize your assigned site daily.
  2. Provide the site (for the meal only):
  • With FBR designated supplies and serving equipment;
  • Keep strict adherence to “meal time” schedule and allow for meal prep;
  • Clear, wipe down and straighten all tables in the meal area
  • Clean the meal prep/serving area after each meal is served.
  1. Meet USDA, Health Department and Kids Cafe standards:
  • Responsible for maintaining and reporting the daily counts of children fed by using Pick Sheet and Daily Attendance Roster;
  • Daily provide reports to an appointed NN staff member.
  1. Develop and maintain a professional relationship with the Kids Cafe program meal site director, who provides day-to-day oversight, assistance and guidance.
  2. Serve as a role-model and positive mentor to all the site’s children.
  3. Attend necessary trainings as provided and/or conducted by Nutrition Network staff and/or selected vendors.
  4. Maintain all appropriate equipment and assist with site supply inventory.
  5. Other duties as may be assigned.

Education and Experience

This job requires a high school diploma or equivalent.

Person must be at least 18 years.

Skills and Abilities

  • Good communication and people skills
  • Ability to mentor young children
  • Reliable
  • Ability to speak and write in English
  • Push/Pull 15lbs
  • Lift/Carry 10lbs
  • Stand for 2 to 3 hours.



Job Title:                    Driver/Warehouse – CDL A                                                                                

Status:                        Non-ExemptFull Time    

Job Description

Responsible for pickup/delivery of donated prepared food product, as well as loading and unloading product from trucks. Responsible for maintenance of driver logs vehicle and other maintenance schedules.  Maintains accurate agency & donor receipts; related administrative tasks. Assists with warehouse duties; stocking shelves, record keeping, waste, inventory counts and sanitation, equipment, building and grounds.

Principle Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Deliver donated product to agencies as routed (overnight travel as needed).
  2. Pick up donated product from statewide donors.
  3. Responsible for loading outbound product
  4. Pick up and deliver Food Drive’s in route.
  5. Responsible for maintenance of driver logs, vehicle inspection and other maintenance schedules according to DOT regulations.
  6. Keeps cab and cargo area of truck and food handling equipment clean and sanitized
  7. Assists in planning route schedule
  8. Maintains accurate agency and donation receipts/invoices; signed and returned to office.
  9. Maintain food industry standards for proper product handling, storage, and warehouse sanitation.
  10. Assist with all necessary record keeping of inventory, surplus, and waste; as well as assisting with inventory physical counts.
  11. Work closely with agencies and donors to ensure congenial relationships with both.
  12. Assists with other duties as needed.

Skills and Abilities

Demonstrated ability to work well with agencies and donors (diplomatic, courteous and positive)

Demonstrated ability to work independently and flexible hours

Demonstrated ability to lift 50 pounds on a daily basis, and up to 80 pounds

Demonstrated ability to bend, twist, kneel, climb, lift, pull, push & other warehouse activities

Maintain neat & clean appearance at all times as well as appropriate use of FBR apparel.

Strong organizational and motivational skills

Demonstrated ability to maintain records as required by DOT and FBR

Education and Experience

High school graduate.  Must be 25 years of age or older due to insurance requirements; possess a valid Commercial Driver’s License, as well as a good driving record according to FBR guidelines.  Warehouse experience desired.




 

JOB TITLE:      DRIVER MOBILE PANTRY- Class A CDL (dual tractor/trailer)

Work Schedule: Tuesday through Saturday

Status:              Non-Exempt

Type:                Full-time

Range:              $17.90 – $22.56/hour

 

JOB FUNCTION

Responsible for oversight of Mobile Pantry distributions to include loading and unloading product from trucks and product (donated, TEFAP & CSFP) distribution processes adhering to Feeding America, CDHS/USDA compliance regulations.  Responsible for maintenance of driver logs vehicle and other maintenance schedules.  Maintains accurate receipts; related administrative tasks. Assists with breaking down pallets, disposing of waste and collection of recyclable materials during and after each distribution. Assists with warehouse duties; stocking shelves, record keeping, waste, inventory counts and sanitation, equipment, building and grounds. Assists with other Programs Department tasks including but not limited to TEFAP & CSFP deliveries.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Deliver donated & Purchased product to mobile pantry sites
  2. Assist with set up distribution (unloading product, breaking down cases, etc…) and clean up (reloading product, breaking down recycle and trash) at each site
  3. Responsible for loading outbound product
  4. Responsible for maintenance of driver logs, vehicle inspection and other maintenance schedules according to DOT regulations
  5. Keeps cab and cargo area of truck and food handling equipment clean and sanitized
  6. Follow Road Net Assigned Route as directed
  7. Maintains receipts/invoices and other paperwork; signed and returned to office.
  8. Maintain food industry standards for proper product handling, storage, and warehouse sanitation
  9. Assist with all necessary record keeping of inventory, surplus, and waste; as well as assisting with inventory physical counts.
  10. Work closely with volunteer site coordinators and volunteers to ensure congenial relationships
  11. Assists with other duties as needed.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

High school graduate or GED.  Must be 25 years of age or older due to insurance requirements; possess a valid Class A Commercial Driver’s License, as well as a good driving record according to FBR guidelines.  Warehouse experience a plus.

SKILLS AND ABILITIES

Demonstrated ability to work compassionately with diverse people

Demonstrated ability to work independently and flexible hours, including early evenings and Saturdays

Able to interact with others in a diplomatic, courteous and positive manner

Demonstrated ability to lift 50 pounds on a daily basis, and up to 80 pounds

Demonstrated ability to bend, twist, kneel, climb, lift, pull, push & perform other warehouse activities

Maintain neat & clean appearance at all times as well as appropriate use of FBR apparel

Strong work ethic, including organizational and motivational skills

Demonstrated ability to maintain records




Job Title:                   Warehouse Worker

Reports to:               Operation Manager

Salary:                       14.00

Base Wage/Status: Hourly, Full-time

I.JOB FUNCTION 

Train and direct volunteer worker.to pull and distribute product orders for non-profit agencies. Ensure maximum and accurate inventory is available.  Assures a smooth and fair distribution process. Replenish distribution bins. Responsible for overseeing all reclamation processes projects including preparing the work area, training and supervising volunteers. Maintain accurate inventory counts.

II.PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

III. Distribution

  1. Pull Lines
    • Keep pull-lines full; restack and rearrange product for maximum efficiency
    • Restock as needed
    • Re-arrange for maximum efficiency.
    • Monitor pull-line area, making sure that only designated people are present, i.e. FBR staff and volunteers.
    • Verify pull line and work with Inventory Specialists to ensure accuracy
    • Research inventory to verify zero s.
    • Assist pulling product from warehouse for pull-line
  1. Volunteer Coordination
  • Work closely with Volunteer Coordinator to ensure adequate numbers of volunteers to handle daily orders
  • Meet with volunteers and to train for distribution and pulling procedures.
  • Coordinate volunteers during distribution.
  • Ensure timely pulling of large delivery orders in order of importance.
  • Reinforce safe work behavior of volunteers.
  1. Check Orders prior to them being wrapped
  2. Keep area clean and neat at all times.
  3. Assist with inventory accuracy.
  4. Report unusual activity to appropriate managers.
  5. Secure distribution area at end of each shift and at end of work day.
  6. Sign all temperature logs am and pm
  7. Perform work in a safe manner
  8. Other duties as assigned
  1. RECLAMATION (Salvage, Grocery Rescue and food Drive)
  2. Oversee reclamation area including job set up.
  3. Orientation for volunteers includes:
  4. Duties,
  5. FBR mission
  6. Food safety and warehouse safety standards
  7. Inventory
    1. Maintain product class determination by product type.
    2. Rotate product to be worked. FIFO
    3. Assists with processing re-call items received from Feeding America (FA) and monitors for compliance.
    4. Data entry
    5. Safety
    6. Maintain warehouse according to Feeding America and AIB standards.
    7. Keeping warehouse area clean and neat at all times.
  1. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

Graduation from high school or equivalent. Some warehouse experience required. Experience with computerized warehouse system required.

VII.       SKILLS AND ABILITIES

Computer literate (Excel, Outlook). Attention to detail. Ability to prioritize and multi task in a fast pace setting. Ability to communicate effectively (both verbally & written). Able to lift up to 60 pounds occasionally and 50 pounds regularity. Must be able to stand for long periods.