– 37.5 hours/week, work schedule: 6:30 am to 3:00 pm Monday –
Thursday and Friday 7:00 am to 12:30 pm.
We believe in work-life balance!
Starting wages: $20.00/hour, based on
experience, CDL B required, CDL A preferred.
The Food Bank provides a comprehensive benefits package (see below) to
our full-time workforce members who work 30 or more hours per week.
MISSION: Working together to build and sustain
hunger-free communities throughout the Southern Tier
ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES: Integrity,
Learning, Inclusion, Caring, Respect, Abundance
The Mobile Food Pantry (MFP) Driver will be responsible
for the safe operation of the Food Bank vehicles, transporting products,
organizing volunteers, and maintaining order and efficiency at each Mobile Food
Pantry distribution. In addition, the MFP Driver is also responsible for
performing various manual tasks associated with warehouse operations, including
packing orders, unloading deliveries, operating warehouse equipment, and
general maintenance and cleanup.
Responsible for being a representative of the
Food Bank's values and mission and facilitating Mobile Food Pantry
distributions in a respectful, non-judgmental manner. Sensitivity to the needs
of vulnerable populations and clients with the ability to work and interact well with
individuals from various socioeconomic backgrounds in a culturally diverse
environment with a strong
commitment to social justice and equity.
Responsible for pulling orders from the
warehouse, loading MFP trucks, and delivering products to scheduled sites.
Inspect product donations to ensure
that safety and sanitation standards are met.
Commit to upholding policies, principles, and
best practices for food safety. Assist in verifying food safety standards are
met for products and packaging materials through visual inspections, product
handling, and temperature monitoring when applicable.
Ensure all required compliance and food safety
documentation is complete, accurate, and current.
Understand the personal responsibility to
follow all safety policies, health rules, programs, and procedures, report all
unsafe acts, environments, or behaviors immediately, and always report safety
issues, incidents, or accidents immediately.
Maintains quality control of products before
distribution to the general public. Follows appropriate procedures for food
distribution, including all health and safety regulations for food handling.
Ensures that the Site Coordinator and
volunteers at each MFP site are properly trained in the distribution process,
with emphasis on client safety and proper food handling .
Maintains positive working relationships with
Site Coordinators, volunteers, donors, and clients, while acting as a leader,
and making decisions that are in the best interest of the Food Bank.
Maintains client and volunteer sign-in sheets
and documents program statistics for all distributions.
Safely operates the Food Bank vehicle (s) while
maintaining optimal operating levels, including oil, gas, fluid levels battery,
tires, etc., and reports any problems to their supervisor.
Completes required paperwork such as daily
mileage logs, trip logs, fuel logs, temperature logs, and safety checks along
with all required pre/post-trip vehicle inspections and reports all safety
issues and/or repairs required.
Ensures all personal licenses, certifications,
and medical cards stay in accordance/compliance with FBST, State, and Federal
Operates motorized forklift, pallet jacks, and
other equipment within the warehouse safely, efficiently, and in accordance
with FBST policies and OSHA regulations.
Responsible for daily sanitation of truck and
food distribution tables and bays and keeping trucks and equipment clean and
Performs various general warehouse duties,
including packing customer orders, unloading deliveries, re-packing food
products, and general maintenance duties in the warehouse, office, common
areas, and grounds.
Work with other team members in a cooperative
and supportive way. For example, providing assistance and fill-in coverage for
Assists in the daily operation of the warehouse
and other related activities as required.
Other duties as assigned.
High School Diploma or
Minimum 1-year experience
working in a warehouse and/or product distribution center as a driver and/or
general warehouse worker is required.
Working with volunteer
groups or non-profit organizations is a plus.
Class B with air brakes required, CDL Class A license preferred.
forklift operator or willing to obtain certification.
certified or willing to become certified.
lift, carry or move objects weighing up to 50lbs.
Pass alcohol and drug testing in accordance with the
Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
The Food Bank of the Southern Tier is committed
to creating a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment and is proud to be
an equal-opportunity employer. Individuals who bring that perspective and support
diversity, equity, and inclusion in all forms are strongly encouraged to
OUR HIRING PROCESS & TIMELINE
Applications will be reviewed regularly until
the position is filled
Phone screenings will be conducted with
In-person or Zoom one-hour interviews will be
conducted with candidates who advance after the phone screening
In-person interviews are typically with 3-5
Selected candidate to start ASAP
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
Food Bank of the Southern Tier offers a well-rounded and comprehensive