Responsible for deliveries and pick ups of CFB food. Reports to the Transportation Manager.

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Job responsibilities

Duties include but are not limited to the following:

1. Loads and unloads CFB truck.

2. Picks up product from donors on schedule, arrives with necessary equipment.
• Maintains accurate counts of product.
• Signs invoices for what is received.
• Assures safe transportation to and from the warehouses/drop sites (load balanced and secured).
• Unloads truck as required.
• Maintains accurate receiving record.
• Assures timely and proper storage of product.

3. Conducts routine maintenance of CFB truck.
• Check fluids daily, performs safety checks to detect potential problems.
• Coordinates scheduled preventative maintenance with Transportation Manager.
• Knowledge of, and compliance with, applicable laws and regulations.
• Maintains accurate records of trip log.

4. Assists in warehouse operations as required by Transportation Manager or Operations Director.
• Assists with warehouse maintenance.
• Assists with sorting of salvage.

5. Maintains regular telephone contact with CFB during the work day.
• Calls Operations Department in case of unexpected delays or problems with pick ups or deliveries.
• Calls Operations Department when every pick up or delivery is completed.
• Calls Operations Department for instructions in case of equipment failure or accident.

6. Performs other duties as assigned by the Transportation Manager.

Application qualifications

• Class A or B CDL required. Safe driving record.
• Must be able to lift up to 60 pounds.
• Fork lift and pallet jack certification.
• High School Diploma/GED required.
• Must be able to contribute to a positive work environment with commitment to social justice.

How to apply

Send resume with salary requirements to: [email protected]

About the organization

The Connecticut Food Bank is committed to alleviating hunger in Connecticut by providing food resources, raising awareness of the challenges of hunger, and advocating for people who need help meeting basic needs. The Connecticut Food Bank partners with the food industry, food growers, donors, and volunteers to distribute nutritious food to people in need. Last year, the Connecticut Food Bank distributed enough food to provide more than 20.3 million meals. We distribute that food through a network of community-based programs in Fairfield, Litchfield, Middlesex, New Haven, New London, and Windham counties, where more than 280,000 people struggle with hunger. Visit us on the web at, like us on Facebook and follow @CTFoodBank on Twitter and Instagram.