Responsible for reconciling the general ledger and subsidiary accounts, preparing accurate and timely financial reports, and ensuring appropriate accounting control procedures. Assist in the budgeting process including software training, imports, exports, tracking and weekly updates. Ownership and preparation of entire payroll, timecard monitoring processes, and reporting using our online payroll software.
The Warehouse Specialist is responsible for performing a variety of manual tasks associated with the acquisition, storage, and distribution of food and other donated products including pulling orders, unloading deliveries, repacking food products, operating warehouse equipment, and general maintenance and cleanup.
The Development Coordinator interacts with the community with a specialty in fundraising, events and food drives. As a key member of a fast-paced, and progressive, development team, the Development Coordinator supports a variety of efforts and must be comfortable working with people of all walks of life, highly organized, detail-oriented, independent, and flexible. Donor stewardship and customer relations is a critical focus area, the Development Coordinator is responsible for overseeing resource development activities including fundraising initiatives, donor interactions & reporting; and donor relations including cultivation and recognition.
Starting on July 1, 2018, through July 31, 2018, any 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization located in Idaho with services aimed at hunger relief can apply for a grant to help support programs and services, food purchase, equipment, or capital purchases that are intended to reduce hunger. In 2017, 34 grants were awarded around the state. The […]
Directs, administers and coordinates the overall operations of The Idaho Foodbank in the North Central Region, including product receipt and distribution, logistics and transportation, inventory control, programs planning evaluation and execution. This position actively engages and seeks regional financial and food donors, represents The Idaho Foodbank and its programs, and promotes hunger awareness in the North Central counties.
Just released – this year’s Map the Meal Gap report provides critical information about food insecurity rates at both the state and county levels, as well as the family budget shortfall for food-insecure Idahoans.