The Marketing Communications Manager is responsible for development of The Idaho Foodbank’s external and internal communications strategies with a focus on increasing statewide brand awareness and expanding donor engagement. Under the direction of the VP of Development, the Marketing Communications Manager directs the communications staff and coordinates at the strategic and tactical levels with the other functions of the organization.
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 Picnic in the Park Administrative Assistant will assist the Nutrition Services team with the daily operation and administrative tasks related to the Picnic in the Park Summer Feeding Program. The Picnic in the Park Summer Feeding Program provides free meals to children ages 1-18 in 26 meal site locations throughout the Boise-metro area. The Picnic in the Park Administrative Assistant will work closely with the Nutrition Services Coordinator, VISTA Summer Associates, and summer program staff to ensure the safe handling, transport, and service of meals to eligible children at assigned locations in compliance with program regulations through the USDA, The Idaho Foodbank, and the Central District Health Department.
The Idaho Foodbank is hiring to fill open positions for the 2018 Picnic in the Park summer lunch program. Positions include: Team Leads, Site Supervisors, Site Assistants, Drivers, Driver’s assistant, Warehouse Inventory Control, and Activity Coordinators. Positions will be assigned at time of hire.
AmeriCorps VISTA Summer Associates assist with operations of The Idaho Foodbank’s PICNIC IN THE PARK / Summer Lunch Program by overseeing the safe handling, transport, and service of meals to eligible children at assigned locations. Staff members are responsible for accurate inventory control, meal service provision, food temperatures, number of children served, and proper portion control recording at assigned meal times in compliance with USDA program guidelines.
The Program Support Specialist is responsible for the implementation, coordination and administration of assigned programs at the Eastern Idaho Branch including volunteer recruitment and coordination, as well as leading the regional agency relations efforts. All programs are aligned to promote The Idaho Foodbank mission, vision and goals.