Employment Opportunities at The Idaho Foodbank

The Idaho Foodbank (IFB) seeks motivated and flexible individuals driven by the needs and goals of a nonprofit organization.

We look for candidates who value:

  • Innovation – We seek individuals who bring fresh and creative viewpoints to fundraising, program services, fiscal responsibility, and problem-solving.
  • Change – The food bank industry is continuously evolving and the needs of the community are ever-changing. We need candidates who recognize, adapt, and are responsive to meet the needs of our surrounding communities and hunger-relief issues.
  • Diversity – We are committed to recognizing the variety of characteristics that make people unique at IFB as well as those we serve by promoting individual and collective achievement.

We strive to create a team in a family-oriented work environment. This applies to our work culture that promotes core values such as: doing what needs to be done; doing what is right with urgency; stewarding and leveraging resources with integrity and transparency; respecting the diversity of individuals’ thoughts and viewpoints, and celebrating a passion for our world and the people who live in it.

Thank you for considering The Idaho Foodbank!

The Idaho Foodbank provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, age, disability, gender identity, results of genetic testing, or service in the military.

Full-time positions at The Idaho Foodbank include a full benefits package including health, dental, vision, disability, life insurance, 401k with match, paid time off, paid holidays, and eligibility for a bonus program.

Current Job Openings

Volunteer Program Specialist – Boise

The Idaho Foodbank Volunteer Program Specialist facilitates individual, group and corporate involvement in the Foodbank’s mission through networking, activities and other communication channels. The Volunteer Program Specialist is responsible for the implementation and tracking of food drives and for the positive experience of volunteers for the Southwest Idaho Regional facility in Boise.

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Development Administrative Assistant – Boise

The general duty for a development administrative assistant is to assist the Chief Development Officer with administrative tasks of a fast paced Development Department. Duties will include work related to a capital campaign, including special events, fund development, donor relations, and project management.

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Agency Relations Specialist – Boise

Responsible for all matters in Agency Relations. This includes assistance in establishing a strong Partner Agency Network through the recruitment of partners that align with The Idaho Foodbank’s mission, supporting the growth and retention of partner agencies, and ensuring agency compliance with all necessary laws, policies, and guidelines regarding safe food distribution. The Agency Relations Specialist position also supports the Agency Relations Supervisor and the Director of Partnerships and Programs in identifying and ensuring equitable distribution of product on a statewide basis.

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Driver – Part-Time, Twin Falls

Safe and efficient transportation of food, product, and supplies in all types of weather conditions including, but not limited to, fog, rain, sleet, and ice. Develop and maintain donor relationships with excellent customer service skills. Must be a defensive driver with a Class D driver’s license.

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Driver/Warehouse Specialist – Pocatello

Driver I/Warehouse Specialist – Temporary Position, April through July Full-time, day shift, located in Pocatello, Idaho. The Driver I/Warehouse Specialist is responsible for safe and efficient daily warehouse operations, delivery of food to clients, and pick up of donations from donors in the service area. Class B CDL Drivers License Preferred.

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