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.
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Job Listing

When we have available positions, they are posted here.

Job Title:


Reports to:       Store Donation Coordinator

Hours:              Overnight (9:30 PM to 6AM)

Days:               Thursday through Monday

Salary Range:   $16.00 (additional $1.00 shift differential)

Type:               Full-time



Responsible for pickup and delivery of food product, supplies and materials to various sites; as well as loading and unloading product from trucks.  Responsible for keeping accurate driver route logs. Responsible for vehicle and equipment maintenance and sanitation. Maintains accurate agency & donor receipts, inventory control and related administrative tasks.  Assists with warehouse duties; pulling orders, stocking, record keeping, waste reports, inventory counts and sanitation, equipment, building and grounds maintenance.



  1. Pick-up donated food product and deliver to agencies.
  2. Unload incoming and load outbound product.
  3. Pick up and deliver Food Drive’s in route as assigned.
  4. Performs weekly inspection of program vehicle. Perform light vehicle maintenance tasks (fluid levels, tire maintenance and sanitation).
  5. Keeps food handling equipment clean and sanitized according to posted schedule and guidelines.
  6. Follows current food safety guidelines for food handlers.
  7. Assists in communicating with donors as needed, and maintains congenial relationships with donors, agencies and volunteers.
  8. Maintains product donation and distribution records.
  9. Assists in planning route/pick up schedule-use routing equipment provided by supervisor.
  10. Stores food according to food handling guidelines.
  11. Assists with warehouse duties as directed; order pulling, stocking shelves, sanitation, inventory counts, equipment, building and grounds maintenance as assigned.
  12. While on the job FBR identified clothing must be worn in compliance with standards.
  13. Cover routes for other drivers when needed.
  14. Flexible to work overtime when necessary.
  15. Some overnight routes possible.
  16. Performs department specific tasks and other duties as assigned by Manager.



High school diploma or equivalent.

Due to insurance requirements, must be 25 years or older.

Possess valid driver’s license and good driving record according to FBR requirements.



Demonstrate ability to perform strenuous labor (lift up to 50 pounds).

Able to interact with agencies and donors in a diplomatic and courteous manner.

Ability to examine processes and determine changes to ensure greater efficiency.

Represent FBR in a positive manner.

Maintains neat and clean appearance at all times.

Capable of working harmoniously with others and accept supervision.

Email resume to Human Resources Director Cathy Brown,

Job Title:                   Warehouse Worker

Salary:                       14.00

Base Wage/Status: Hourly, Full-time


Train and direct volunteer 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.


A.          Distribution (main area of focus)

  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 zeros.
    • Assist pulling product from warehouse for pull-line
  1. 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.
  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

B.            RECLAMATION BACKUP (Salvage, Grocery Rescue and food Drive)

  1. Oversee reclamation area including job set up.
  2. Orientation for volunteers includes:
  3. Duties,
  4. FBR mission
  5. Food safety and warehouse safety standards
  6. 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

V.           Safety

    1. Maintain warehouse according to Feeding America and AIB standards.
    2. Keeping warehouse area clean and neat at all times.


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


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.

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