Careers

Interested in working at Gleaners? The following positions are currently available:

Program Supervisor 
Sanitation Coordinator
Program Manager
Information Systems Services Director

Program Supervisor

Posting Date: 2/16/2018

Description: The Program Supervisor is a full-time position responsible for executing the activities of the Cooking Matters Program.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Maintain site records, including but not limited to community outreach, course schedule and course completion.
  2. Analyze the number of course inquiries, courses scheduled and courses completed.
  3. Develop Excel worksheets to track program outputs and maintain routine data entry.
  4. Monitor program data for accuracy and completeness.
  5. Prepare and submit monthly performance reports.
  6. Monitor community partners to ensure adherence of Share Our Strength (SOS) program standard, and the policies and procedures established by Gleaners Community Food Bank (GCFB).
  7. Manage the scheduling inquires, both telephone and email, for the Cooking Matters program.
  8. Cultivate relationships with schools, service learning, civic engagement and community organizations through speaking engagements, nutritional education and other activities.
  9. Coordinate, direct and supervise the daily work of AmeriCorps staff; including participation in the recruitment, selection and on-boarding processes.
  10. Daily communication and problem solving with program staff and community partners.
  11. Works closely with Program Manager to accomplish day-to-day program activities, and substitute for program staff as needed.
  12. Demonstrate and support the Gleaners mission, vision and values throughout all professional responsibilities and activities. 
  13. Other duties as assigned 

View full description here.

Please send resume and cover letter to Krista Cierpial at kcierpial@gcfb.org.


Sanitation Coordinator

Posting Date: 1/10/2018

Description: This position is responsible for cleaning of the building with food safety in mind.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Adhere to all related A.I.B. and Feeding America sanitation and food safety guidelines.
  2. Able to work independently, be attentive to detail and manage time wisely.
  3. Responsible for the cleanliness of the building inside and outside.
  4. Gather and empty trash, including maintaining the recycle program and keeping the bailer area free of cardboard.
  5. Clean building floors by sweeping, mopping, scrubbing, or vacuuming.
  6. Service, clean, and supply restrooms.
  7. High dusting pipes, fixtures, tops of offices, fans, racks and overhead doors,
  8. Follow proper procedures when using chemical cleaners and power equipment, in order to prevent harm to the public, associates and food.
  9. Follow assigned daily zone cleaning schedule.
  10. Work directly with community service and other volunteers to accomplish sanitation and other duties.
  11. Assist with event set-ups.
  12. Demonstrate and support the Gleaners mission, vision and values throughout all professional responsibilities

View full description here.

Please send resume and cover letter to Krista Cierpial at kcierpial@gcfb.org.


Program Manager

Posting Date: 1/5/2018

Description: The Program Manager is responsible for managing all activities of the Gleaners operated Cooking Matters Program, including implementation of program content and education initiatives in our five county region.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Monitor Gleaners’ Cooking Matters (CM) program implementation and adherence to Share Our Strength’s (SOS) standards, while appropriately adapting programming to local needs.
  2. Participate in strategic planning activities and the development of program goals.
  3. Track and monitor program goals.
  4. Monitor, approve, and track program expenses.
  5. Manage the CM program evaluation activities, including compilation of the SOS survey data and SNAP-Ed evaluation.
  6. Create, implement, and track a plan for new course site identification.
  7. Participate in completion of the annual SNAP-Ed application, midyear and final reports.
  8. Supervise and direct the work of employees, student interns and program volunteers, including participation in the recruitment, selection and on-boarding processes.
  9. Plan, develop and conduct on-going training for program staff.
  10. Work closely with the Cooking Matters Satellite Program Manager.
  11. Work closely with cross-functional staff, including the operations teams.
  12. Interact with the media on behalf of Gleaners, as requested and approved by communications.
  1. Demonstrate and support the Gleaners mission, vision and values throughout all professional responsibilities and activities.
  2. Other duties as assigned.

View full description here.

Please send resume and cover letter to Krista Cierpial at kcierpial@gcfb.org.


Information Systems Services Director

Posting Date: 12/1/2017 

Description: Oversees and manages all technological systems and services implemented by and provided for Gleaners Community Food Bank.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Responsible for the planning, developing and implementing of all internal and external Gleaners technological strategies, communications and activities.
  2. Implement and maintain, a comprehensive technology strategy to include current systems and future enhancements required to provide the organization with the tools necessary to address technology issues critical to the operations of the food bank.
  3. Supervise maintenance, troubleshooting and help desk duties and provide third tier support regarding office software and hardware including but not limited to workstations, laptops, tablets, desk phones, cell phones, and smart phones
  4. Performs on-site network and server maintenance including but not limited to wired and wireless networks, phone systems, domain migration, and all network hardware.
  5. Recruit, interact, maintain and provide support to and from external vendors, consultants, and professional volunteers to support all Gleaners technological needs.
  6. Performs website and database support for end users including but not limited to: pantrynet.org, Primarius, Navision, Access, Raisers Edge, Avaya phone system, and all legacy software.
  7. Maintains communication with staff, board members and partners regarding technological issues including training sessions as needed.
  8. Works with others on technology strategic planning by assessing, selecting, re-assigning, and purchasing hardware and software to meet Gleaners business daily and continuity requirements including security protocols and remote access.
  9. Support current computer information resources, providing for data security and control, strategic computing, and disaster recovery.
  10. Implement controls to ensure that technology functions within the departments of the organization are reviewed on a regular basis, with recommended corrective actions for improvement.
  11. Document information for all technology procedures, incidents and events.
  12. Work steadily to effectively improve the food bank’s overall technical proficiency.
  13. Researches and develops services, infrastructure, policies and procedures.
  14. Demonstrate and support the Gleaners mission, vision and values throughout all professional responsibilities and activities.
  15. Other duties as assigned.

View full description here.

Please send resume and cover letter to Krista Cierpial at kcierpial@gcfb.org.

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