Careers

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

Food Drive Coordinator
SFSP Coordinator - Seasonal
SFSP Monitor - Seasonal
SFSP Meal Counter - Seasonal
Cooking Matters Satellite Coordinator - Beaumont Health

Food Drive Coordinator

Posting Date: 4/19/2017

Description: This position is responsible for recruiting businesses, volunteers, and other community groups and leaders to conduct food drives as well as other efforts required to successfully complete 100 - 200 food drives per year. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Enthusiastically solicit businesses, community groups, schools, churches, and other interested people or organizations to conduct food and fund drives.  Solicitations will be made by phone, by email, by letter, in-person, and in other ways as deemed appropriate.
  2. Prepare, send, and deliver information and materials to groups conducting a food drives.
  3. Be present on site as needed at food drives.  Help solicit and collect financial contributions and assure the smooth and efficient operation and execution of the food drives.
  4. Pick up and Deliver food drive materials in gleaners vehicles
  5. Accurately organize and track activities and be able to report before, during, and after each food drive the status and results of each food drive.  Must be able to use a computer, spreadsheet, and/or database for tracking and reporting purposes.
  6. Attend meetings as needed.
  7. Collect all needed information for the proper receipting of gifts of food or funds.
  8. Be available after hours and on weekends as needed for food drives and events.
  9. Drive assigned vehicle to and from various locations on a regular basis, perhaps several times a day in all types of weather. (A CDL is not required.)
  10. Demonstrate and support the Gleaners mission, vision and values throughout all professional responsibilities and activities.
  11. Other duties as assigned. 

View full description here.

Please send resume and cover letter to Sheryl Stoddard at sstoddard@gcfb.org.


SFSP Coordinator - Seasonal

Posting Date: 4/14/2017

Description: The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) Coordinator is a seasonal position (30-40 hours per week) responsible for executing the activities of the SFSP from June 5th, 2017 through August 25th, 2017.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Maintain site records on number of meals served and monitoring visits.
  2. Conduct and report on pre-operational, first week, and four week monitoring visits.
  3. Monitor and coach to insure adherence to program guidelines.
  4. Conduct daily visit to sites to build positive relations with community partners.
  5. Conduct training with staff and community partners.
  6. Daily communication, problem solving and decision making with meal counters and community sites.
  7. Develop corrective action plan when necessary and ensure follow through.
  8. Substitute for meal counter as needed.
  9. Prepare and submit monthly claims.
  10. Weekly meal order confirmation with vendor.
  11. Data analysis of meals served, ordered, and community participation.
  12. Works closely with Program Manager and meal counters.
  13. Demonstrate and support the Gleaners mission, vision and values throughout all professional responsibilities and activities.
  14. Other duties as assigned.

View full description here.

Please send resume and cover letter to Sheryl Stoddard at sstoddard@gcfb.org.


 

SFSP Monitor - Seasonal

Posting Date: 3/15/2017

Description: The Summer Food Service Program Monitor is responsible for overseeing 15-20 community sites by routine visits throughout the summer. The temporary position is 35-40 hours per work for 10 – 12 weeks during the summer. (Approximately June through August).

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Record daily participation on meal count forms at each community site according to guidelines.
  2. Support community site by engaging children in play activities during meal service.
  3. Ensure site rules are enforced, including congregate feeding requirements.
  4. Ride with meal vendor on daily route.
  5. Work closely with Program Manager, Program Coordinator and monitor
  6. Demonstrate and support the Gleaners mission, vision and values throughout all professional responsibilities and activities.
  7. Other duties as assigned.

View full description here.

Please send resume and cover letter to Sheryl Stoddard at sstoddard@gcfb.org.


SFSP Meal Counter - Seasonal

Posting Date: 3/15/2017

Description: This position is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Cooking Matters Program. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Maintain site records on number of meals served and monitoring visits.
  2. Conduct and report on pre-operational, first week, and four week monitoring visits. 
  3. Conduct ongoing visits to sites as required.
  4. Conduct on-site training as necessary.
  5. Monitor and coach community sites to insure adherence to program guidelines.
  6. Daily communication, problem solving and decision making with community sites.
  7. Develop corrective action plan when necessary and ensure follow through.
  8. Demonstrate and support the Gleaners mission, vision and values throughout all professional responsibilities and activities.
  9. Works closely with Program Manager and Program Coordinator.
  10. Other duties as assigned.

View full description here.

Please send resume and cover letter to Sheryl Stoddard at sstoddard@gcfb.org.


Cooking Matters Satellite Coordinator - Beaumont Health

Posting Date: 3/28/2017

Description: The Summer Food Service Meal Counter is responsible for the meal counts of the Summer Food Service Program, which entails the recording of the daily participation for 8-10 community sites on mobile route. The position hours range from 30-40 hours per work for 10 – 12 weeks during the summer. (Approximately June through August.)

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Teach healthy cooking, nutrition and food budgeting to low-income people who are most at risk of hunger and malnutrition.
  2. Coordinate and facilitate Cooking Matters classes.
  3. Coordinate all aspects of partnering agency relations.
  4. Coordinate and manage the Cooking Matters Program in accordance with stated national program implementation guidelines, which includes but is not limited to:
    1. Coordinating four to five CM class series per week (to total 30/year)
    2. Introducing and supporting volunteers or Beaumont Health staff assigned instructor roles.
    3. Setting up tables, unpacking supplies, washing produce, assembling take-home grocery bags and washing dishes.
    4. Coordinate all class logistics including frequent communication and planning in collaboration with Beaumont and Gleaners management.
    5. Prepare materials and supplies for classes including buying food, transporting supplies, preparing written materials and completing required evaluations, teach cooking and nutrition lessons as needed.
  5. Maintains program storage areas; inventory of program supplies, shopping for weekly groceries and weekly produce pick up for all CM classes
  6. Coordinate and conduct site visits at approximately 30-36 community agencies annually.
  7. Identify, coordinate, schedule and evaluate community based sites for Cooking Matters classes to ensure all agencies comply with required guidelines.
  8. Develop relationships with agencies to review their responsibilities and expectation for hosting a class.
  9. Produce monthly reporting of outcomes for program.
  10. Cultivate relationships with schools and community organizations through speaking engagements, culinary and nutritional education and other activities.
  11. Demonstrate and support the Gleaners and Beaumont Health mission, vision and values throughout all professional responsibilities and activities.
  12. Other duties as assigned.

View full description here.

Please send resume and cover letter to Sheryl Stoddard at sstoddard@gcfb.org.

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