Tri-Lakes Cares Food Programs Manager

If you are interested in this job posting, email a cover letter, resume and references to ExecutiveDirector@Tri-LakesCares.org with the title “Food Programs Manager Posting” in the subject line.

Tri-Lakes Cares Job Description

Job Title: Food Programs Manager

Hours: 20 per week

Rate of Pay: Will commensurate  with experience

Summary of Function

Part-time Food Programs Manager oversees all Tri-Lakes Cares food assistance and procurement  and works with the Executive Director, Case Managers and Programs Manager to assist clients.

Essential Job Functions

  • Ensure pantry is organized, well stocked, purchasing necessary items that are not donated or obtaining them through the Buy It Forward Program
  • Manage Care and Share associated programs, including TEFAP, Commodity
  • Supplemental Food Program, and Summer Food Service program.
  • Maintain all equipment, logs and other materials needs for client service programs
  • Ability to relate to clients and their needs and counseling skills commensurate with client needs
  • Written and oral communication skills to work with all publics and organizational skills to coordinate all programs and workload
  • Computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and internet

Qualifications

  • Minimum High School Diploma
  • Experience working with a non-profit organization
  • Experience in program management
  • Good credit score
  • Professional appearance
  • Desire to “give back” to the community
  • Flexible schedule
  • Experience working with a non-profit organization

Preferred Qualifications

  • Ability to speak and understand  Spanish at a conversational level
  •  College degree preferred
  • Position May Include the following
  • Other duties assigned by the Executive Director
  • Occasional work at special events
  • Organizational Relationships
  • Reports to: Executive Director

Physical Demands

  • The work is mostly sedentary with periods of light physical activity. Typical positions require workers to walk or stand for long periods; lift and carry up to 50 pounds, climb stairs, bend reach, hold, grasp and turn objects; and use fingers to operate computer keyboards or other mechanical devices. The work requires the ability to speak normally and to use normal or aided vision and hearing.

FLSA Status

  • Non-Exempt

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