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:                    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: Food Sourcing Coordinator

Reports to:             Vice President, Distribution and Procurement

Status:                    Exempt

Type:                      Full-Time

Salary:                   $47,476

JOB SUMMARY

The Food Sourcing Coordinator represents the Food Bank as a customer service representative to provide excellent service to our partner agencies, donors, and the public.  The Food sourcing Liaison will secure food and grocery donations for Food Bank of the Rockies through calling upon established food manufacturing donors, retail donors, lapsed donors, and non-donors.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Conduct face-to-face visits, meetings, and presentations (including donor’s facility and food bank tours) to secure donated food and grocery products.
  2. Meet poundage goals.
  3. Work with Marketing to recognize donors via website, direct mail newsletter, etc.
  4. Develop a yearly work plan for food acquisition based on strategic planning; including donor recognition activities, Identification of target donors, performance metrics, and annual outcomes/goals.
  5. Maintain multiple accounts including follow-up correspondence.
  6. Work with food Sourcing Staff of other CO Food Banks to secure donors within their territory.
  7. Provide professional, responsive and appreciative customer service to all food industry partners, donor and co-workers.
  8. Use a tracking system which includes: weekly activity, a contact management tool, the ability to generate donor reports for tracking trends and volume, and a donor acknowledgement component.
  9. Track donations weekly by current donors, return of lapsed donors, and prospects turned to donors.
  10. Attend food industry events including trade shows, and associations meetings, network conferences and Dare2Share activities as required.
  11. Complete courses to become certified in Food Resources and attend food safety classes to become ServSafe certification.
  12. Participate in FBR’s Hunger Relief Capacity Building Program.
  13. Assists with special events and media events as required.
  14. Assemble a Food Advisory Council or committee of various food industry representatives.
  15. Work with Agency Relations to establish process for managing agencies participating in the On-line Marketplace/SDP and understand the receipt process.
  16. Work with drivers and warehouse staff to ensure stores are ready for driver pickups and are following donation guidelines.
  17. Other duties assigned by supervisor.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • 4 year degree and/or comparable experience in sales and marketing to retail customers.
  • Experience in retail grocery industry a plus.
  • Strong Customer Service Skills
  • Strong analytical and organizational skills.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to prioritize, organize, manage time and multi-task
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively
  • Commitment to the mission of Food Bank of the Rockies
  • Ability to effectively present information to diverse groups of people
  • Bi-lingual (Spanish) a plus
  • Computer Skills: Contact Management Systems, Database software, Project Management software, general Office use software.

Travel is required – must have valid CO Driver’s License




Job Title:                                     Programs Outreach Representative

Reports to:                                Programs Director

Department:                             Programs Department 

Salary Range/Status:      $15.74 – $23.61 per hr /Non-Exempt

Job Description

The position, as a member of the team, is responsible to achieve and maintain Feeding America’s quarterly median value county compliance requirement and attain significant progress towards reducing the meal gap. In accordance with the organization’s strategic plans and objective, goals will be accomplished by establishing and/or increasing the distribution capacity of key geographically located partner agencies.  Further, the Programs Outreach Representative will collaborate with leadership in determining all strategic and tactical functions to carry out innovative and complex projects for successful completion of the mission.

Principle Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Research, evaluate and compile data as it relates to complete County and Partner profile information, and the same information as it relates to partnering agencies.
  2. Specifically, as it relates to general inventory accountability, evaluate and recommend process flow improvements to ensure absolute integrity of food-product inventory balances.
  3. Strategically plan and recommend partnering agency consolidation actions with the objective of increasing food distribution pounds/meals and alleviating or minimize overhead transportation and/or associated expenses. Such plans will include, but are not limited to:
    1. Sequential process steps for optimal achievement of objectives.
    2. Creative and productive processes to ensure successful execution.
    3. Predetermined metrics to provide detailed analysis and balance between return-on-investment for increased services and decreased expenses.
    4. Recommend adjustments to plans and processes based upon analyzed outcomes.
  4. Prepare briefings, reports and presentations for potential partnering organizations, donors, internal senior management members and other governing parties.
  5. Other duties as may be assigned.

Skills and Abilities

Excellent organizational, time management and analytical skills; ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously; ability to communicate persuasively and articulately both in speaking and by the written word; computer skills in all MS applications and CERES; must have valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.

Education and Experience

Extensive successful project management background; through knowledge of non-profits and culture; management degree a plus.