Careers

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

Evening SFSP Meal Counter
Grants Coordinator
Food Drive Coordinator
Development Intern
My Neighborhood Mobile Grocery Intern

Evening Summer Food Service Meal Counter - Temporary

Posting Date: 6/16/2017 

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 community sites on mobile route.  The position hours are Monday through Friday from 5 pm to 9 pm.  (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.
  1. Work closely with Program Manager, Program Coordinator and monitor
  2. Demonstrate and support the Gleaners mission, vision and values throughout all professional responsibilities and activities.
  3. Other duties as assigned.

   View full description here.

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


Grants Coordinator 

Posting Date: 6/16/2017 

Description: 

This position is responsible for the administrative activities associated with the grant process, both before and after the awards process. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Establishes standards and deadlines for proposals, reviews proposals for completeness, and ensures compliance with organizational or foundation standards.
  2. Work with Program staff to develop and maintain all grant agreements and MOUs pertaining to grant awards.
  3. Serve as the resident expert on grant compliance and all applicable regulations, policies and procedures. Interpret applicable regulations and translate into operational policies as required.
  4. Maintains accurate and up-to-date records of funding sources and grant applicants.
  5. Collaborate with senior leadership across multiple departments to ensure compliance with processes and timelines.
  6. Develop and maintain a basic grant-making manual and communicate appropriately with staff concerning policies and procedures and updates.
  7. Research various grant management systems and work in collaboration with senior leadership to identify opportunities for automation.              
    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 Sheryl Stoddard at sstoddard@gcfb.org


Food Drive Coordinator 

Posting Date: 6/8/2017 

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


Development Intern 

Posting Date: 5/24/2017 

Description: Gleaners is seeking a Development Intern to work with the Marketing & Communications team to help implement Gleaners’ marketing and communications fundraising and non-fundraising strategies. This includes updating and maintaining the social media program, curating and updating various communications materials, and helping with several fundraising efforts. This position is an unpaid internship.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Social Media:

  1. Create relevant, eye-catching and engaging content for Gleaners’ Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts.
  2. Source relevant articles about hunger, poverty, and other content related to Gleaners’ mission to share with social media followers.
  3. Help maintain social media content calendars and monitor social media accounts.

 Communications:

  1. Help maintain and organize press clippings and media hits as they come in.
  2. Help update communications materials as requests come in from other departments.
  3. Help curate content for staff newsletter (may include writing articles or stories about staff members, program updates, events, etc.).
  4. Collect stories and photos from different program and event sites.

 Fundraising:

  1. Updating various donor spreadsheets with statistics from each mailing.
  2. Trend analysis – reviewing the results of various development strategies.
  3. Create infographics or creative ways to convey information in email blasts.
  4. Organize & create content for Event Newsletter (some coding experience preferred).
  5. Track web traffic and online donations in relation to Direct Mail drops. Determine trends.

   View full description here.

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


 My Neighborhood Mobile Grocery Intern 

 Posting Date: 5/24/2017 

Description: MNMG is a mobile retail grocery model targeted to provide increased access to affordable, nutritious food staples and fresh produce in underserved communities. 

Gleaners is seeking a My Neighborhood Mobile Grocery (MNMG) Intern to support and work with the Operations team to implement the program’s marketing and communications strategies. This includes updating and maintaining MNMG social media accounts, curating and updating various communications materials, and helping with several marketing efforts. This position is an unpaid internship.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Social Media:

  1. Create relevant, eye-catching and engaging content for My Neighborhood Mobile Grocery’s social media accounts
  2. Source relevant articles about hunger, poverty, and other related content to share with social media followers.
  3. Help maintain social media content calendars and monitor social media accounts.

 Marketing & Communications:

  1. Help update communications materials, including weekly shopping lists, catalogs, and flyers.
  2. Help curate marketing materials for program sites (may include designing graphics, creating flyers, business cards, magnets, etc.).

 Other Support:

  1. Other support may include traveling to program sites weekly to gather customer stories and photos, and aid in customer experience at each site.
  2. Other tasks as assigned.

View full description here.

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

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