The Food Drive Assistant will assist in the coordination of community food drives and events in Southwest Idaho to benefit The Idaho Foodbank. Food drives are often the first point of contact a donor has with the Foodbank and it is essential that their interaction with the Assistant be a positive experience. In addition, assist with volunteer supervision and volunteer warehouse workgroups as necessary. Training and orientation provided.
The Inventory Control Specialist is Responsible for Inventory Control through data entry into Inventory Software (Navision) and Excel, data collection and analysis, random counts and assisting agencies with orders, including receiving, warehouse inventory handling (put-away, picks, and movements) item card setup, lot tracking, item transfers, physical inventory and item journals.
The Community Engagement Coordinator is responsible for coordinating and developing The Idaho Foodbank’s community events, cause-marketing campaigns, and food and fund drive activities with guidance provided by the organization’s mission, vision, and strategic plan. The Community Engagement Coordinator predominately focuses on activities in Southwest Idaho through overseeing and growing third-party events, fundraising events and partnerships, and food and fund drives. This position will also take the lead in cause-marketing and some partner campaigns statewide.
The Senior Development Coordinator is responsible for planning, implementing, and coordinating the individual giving fundraising and philanthropic activities of the Foodbank with a special emphasis on major gift fundraising and the coordination of development programs for middle, recurring and portfolio based donors.
Lead responsibility for East Idaho branch inventory control including cradle to grave agency and donor data processing utilizing CERES, Microsoft NAV. Responsible to develop and maintain agency and donor relationships with excellent customer service skills. Primary first line supervisor of warehouse coordinator and drivers in day-to-day operations. Manage truck delivery and receiving schedules.
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. Assist warehouse operations. Class A CDL driver’s license with minimum of 5 years related experience.