Make Your Living Changing Lives!
Food Bank of the Rockies works to make food security a reality for every Colorado family.
1 in 10 Coloradans and 1 in 6 Colorado kids struggles to find their next meal. We procure and distribute food and essentials from retailers, farmers, ranchers, food wholesalers, manufacturers and the UDSA. We distribute this food through our direct service programs like mobile pantries, Kids Cafe, Totes of Hope and senior boxes. We work with partner agencies – soup kitchens, pantries and shelters to provide food for their programs and nourish our community.
Working at Food Bank of the Rockies is more than “just a job”. Every day, your efforts help feed hungry people. And everyone in our organization contributes their skills so we can feed hope. If working to alleviate hunger sounds like the way you’d like to spend your workday, please check out our open position below and send your resume to join our team!
We’re an equal opportunity employer and offer a caring work environment with paid time off, health, dental and 401K benefits. When we have available positions, they are posted below. Email resume to Human Resources Director Cathy Brown, email@example.com
Hours: Varies Tuesday- Saturday
Rate of Pay: $19.00
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
- Deliver donated & Purchased product to mobile pantry sites
- Assist with set up distribution (unloading product, breaking down cases, etc…) and clean up (reloading product, breaking down recycle and trash) at each site
- Responsible for loading outbound product
- Responsible for maintenance of driver logs, vehicle inspection and other maintenance schedules according to DOT regulations
- Keeps cab and cargo area of truck and food handling equipment clean and sanitized
- Follow Road Net Assigned Route as directed
- Maintains receipts/invoices and other paperwork; signed and returned to office.
- Maintain food industry standards for proper product handling, storage, and warehouse sanitation
- Assist with all necessary record keeping of inventory, surplus, and waste; as well as assisting with inventory physical counts.
- Work closely with volunteer site coordinators and volunteers to ensure congenial relationships
- 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: Receiving/Inventory Coordinator
Reports to: Director of IT
Salary Range/Status: Non-Exempt, Full-Time 7:30-4:30 (1 Hour Lunch)
Frequency of Pay: Bi-Weekly
Base Wages Paid: Min-$15.34
Responsible for the physical receiving, placement, and storage of inventory. Data entry associated with said inventory. Creates inventory allocations for FBR branch offices. Assists with physical inventory count processes: including monthly cycle counts. Misc. inventory distributions, monitoring expiration dates, and following FIFO methods. Assists with creating SOP’s for physical aspect of the warehouse, and training. Inventory adjustment processing. Performing general office duties, and maintain filing for all inventory received. Responsible for inventory recall notices review and communication with appropriate departments. Maintaining AIB standards with cleaning logs and maintenance.
Principle Duties and Responsibilities
1. Responsible for main warehouse inventory received:
• Count, weigh and tag inventory
• Separate and count mixed pallets
• Assign item numbers
• Data entry into Ceres for product received
• Purchased Product Received
2. Physical inventory for Main Warehouse and other locations for Donated and Purchased Product
• Data Entry for Waste and Physical count adjustments
• Monthly inventory cycle counts and Line Verifications
3. Assists in creating allocations based on all products received for branches:
• Labeling product for branches
• Placement of product for shipments
• Monitoring accuracy of inventory quantities
• Supports branch staff with inventory procedures
4. Communicates any equipment maintenance needs.
5. Communicates warehouse maintenance needs to include:
• Freezers & coolers for cleanliness
• Temperature & proper operation
• Maintaining Cleaning Logs
6. Training and Standard Operating Procedures
• Assist with creating procedural documents, to include data entry procedures for WMS and equipment for all operations departments to include government program processes.
• Assists director with setting standards and creating guidelines, to include staff support and daily reviews.
7. Manage all Recall Notice with proper guidelines
8. Communicate and understand all aspects of inventory movement:
• Internal transfers
• Product adjustments
9. Maintain cleanliness in warehouse.
10. Other duties as assigned.
Skills and Abilities
Computer literate (Excel, Outlook)
Attention to detail with good organizational and time management skills.
Ability to communicate (verbally & written) clearly
Ability to lift up to 60 pounds on a daily basis
Education and Experience
High school diploma or equivalent
Computerized Inventory and warehouse experience.
Experience in operating warehouse equipment: forklift, pallet jack, etc.
Job Title: Warehouse Worker
Reports to: Operation Manager
Base Wage/Status: Hourly, Full-time
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
- Distribution (main area of focus)
- Pull Lines
- Keep pull-lines full; restock 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 zeros.
- Assist pulling product from warehouse for pull-line
- Volunteer Coordination
- 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.
- Check Orders prior to them being wrapped
- Keep area clean and neat at all times.
- Assist with inventory accuracy.
- Report unusual activity to appropriate managers.
- Secure distribution area at end of each shift and at end of work day.
- Sign all temperature logs am and pm
- Perform work in a safe manner
- Other duties as assigned
- RECLAMATION BACKUP (Salvage, Grocery Rescue and food Drive)
- Oversee reclamation area including job set up.
- Orientation for volunteers includes:
- FBR mission
- Food safety and warehouse safety standards
- Maintain product class determination by product type.
- Rotate product to be worked. FIFO
- Assists with processing re-call items received from Feeding America (FA) and monitors for compliance.
- Data entry
- Maintain warehouse according to Feeding America and AIB standards.
- Keeping warehouse area clean and neat at all times.
- 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.
Job Title: President and CEO
Reports to: Board of Directors
Food Bank of the Rockies President and CEO Denver, CO Colorado’s rapid economic growth has not reached all individuals and families. One in 10 Coloradans struggles with hunger and 1 in 6 kids live in food insecure households. Food Bank of the Rockies (FBR) is committed to meeting unmet food needs in Colorado and Wyoming by providing food to nearly 700 hunger-relief programs and directly to clients through their programs. FBR is a member of Feeding Colorado, a statewide coalition of food banks serving the entire state and Feeding America, a national network of food banks. In fiscal 2017, FBR distributed nearly 49 million meals (60.6 million pounds of food and non-food essentials) for hungry children, seniors and families.
FBR seeks a leader who will fight to ensure that everyone has access to nutritious food. This individual will be a tireless advocate for FBR’s mission and impact and will inspire others to support successful outcomes. This individual will demonstrate a career path of progressive leadership experience in the nonprofit, corporate or government sectors. This individual will have a background that includes strategy development, high-level decision-making, and implementing best organizational practices.
An ability and desire to raise private contributions for operating and capital are necessary, as well as a successful track record in revenue diversification. The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate the ability to operate effectively within a nonprofit governing environment. A bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university is expected.
To apply, please send a current resume and letter of introduction on or before Friday, July 6, 2018 to Kittleman & Associates, LLC at https://www.kittlemansearch.com/food-bank-of-the-rockies/
For more information about Food Bank of the Rockies’ impact please visit www.foodbankrockies.org.