Director of Community Partnerships reports directly to the President & CEO of The Idaho Foodbank. Responsible for building and maintaining community partnerships with an emphasis on Community Health, mobilizing communities to address hunger in Idaho by providing resources and connections to strengthen individuals and families and oversees the implementation and updating of IFB’s Hunger to Health Strategy.
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.
The Children’s Nutrition Coordinator will work in the Community Partnerships and Nutrition Services Department to coordinate distribution of The Backpack Program, which provides free nutritious meals to chronically hungry, school-aged children on the weekend, as well as coordinating the School Pantry Program, a program which offers a food pantry inside the school ground where families can access food in a safe and familiar environment. In addition, the Children’s Nutrition Coordinator will also coordinate the Summer Feeding Program, “Picnic in the Park”, which allows all children ages 1-18 to receive a free lunch at identified low-income service locations in the Boise-metro area.
The temporary TEFAP Administrative Assistant would provide support to The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) of The Idaho Foodbank. This role requires attention to detail and high-level organization. The right candidate will demonstrate comfortability with navigating the internet, basic Word functions including Excel, and exposure to databases. This role is a blend of in-office and at-home. The Idaho Foodbank requires all employees to wear a mask in the office when social distancing is not an option. Equipment, but not internet connectivity, will be provided to the employee when working from home.
The Driver I/Warehouse Specialist is critical in our vision to create a hunger-free Idaho. The selected candidate will be 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 Preferred. Temporary Position, 60 Days.
The Idaho Foodbank (IFB) is looking for an intern for our Community Partnership Department in Boise, Idaho. The ideal person for this position has a passion for fighting hunger locally, is self-motivated, ready to learn, as well as collaborative with the IFB team and the network of 400+ partner feeding programs!