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Job ID: 265943349
Food Warehouse Coordinator
Regular Full-time Hourly, Non-Exempt
Director of Food Distribution Services
Food Distribution Center Associates;
assigned AmeriCorps members, volunteers, interns, and participants in work experience programs
The Food Warehouse Coordinator’s primary responsibility is to assist the Director of Food Distribution Services with food bank and food pantry operations. The Food Warehouse Coordinator will address food distribution staffing needs that includes recruitment, supervision, training and coordination of staff, volunteers and partners. The Food Warehouse Coordinator will also assist the Director of Food Distribution Services with the collection and analysis of data, preparation and presentation of reports, and program development activities that help people to understand their important role in the regional food distribution system.
Duties and responsibilities
Primary responsibilities of the Food Warehouse Coordinator include:
Education and Experience:
Associate’s Degree in Human Services or a related field with at least two years of related work experience. Experience may be considered in place of education.
Bilingual in English and Spanish preferred.
Experience in the field of food distribution is preferred.
Required Skills, Abilities, and Knowledge:
e-mail, word-processing, and spreadsheet software
Preferred Skills, Abilities, and Knowledge:
The position is based in a warehouse and often works from an office, but requires frequent visits to project sites that may involve up to 3+ hours of driving each way. There is frequent contact with the public in a variety of conditions, in person and over the phone, indoors and outdoors. Occasional statewide and national travel, including some air travel, may be required. Some evening and weekend work is required.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the job’s essential functions. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
The position requires frequent sitting and using computers, long periods of driving (up to 3+ hours in each direction), and moderate lifting (up to 40 pounds).
Must be able to hear, speak, read and write; ability to exchange accurate information
Needs to move about the office and other locations to access file cabinets, office equipment and supplies
Repetitive motion (keyboard and office equipment); substantial motion of the hands, wrists, fingers
Close visual acuity to perform activities such as preparing documents and viewing computer screens
NOTE: This is a general description of essential job functions. It is not intended as an employment contract, nor is it intended to describe all duties someone in this position may perform. All employees of CDCAC are expected to perform tasks as assigned by supervisory/management personnel regardless of job title or routine job duties.