Inventory Coordinator

Inventory Coordinator

Summary :

The Inventory Coordinator is an integral member of the Food Bank of the Rockies Operations team, responsibilities include control of inventory process, physical inventory counts, monitoring expiration dates and inventory distributions, and maintaining AIB standards.

Opportunity type
Warehouse / Supply Chain / Drivers
Job responsibilities

Essential Functions
• Coordinate inventory count process: including regular cycle counts and
miscellaneous inventory movements including corrections from daily order picks
• Run reports as needed to help maintain expired product and slow-moving product
• Communicate and understand all aspects of inventory movements including
receiving, distribution, transfers, and product adjustments
• Responsible for assisting with all recall notices including communicating to
applicable departments
• Responsible for consistency of all inventory data as it pertains to product throughput
• Performing general office duties, and maintain filing
• Data entry of donations and distributions
• Communicate and update the Inventory team with any challenges

Application qualifications

• Ability to represent Food Bank of the Rockies with professional poise and work
effectively with a wide range of constituents
• Demonstrates compassion and sensitivity to vulnerable populations
• Excellent organizational, time management and follow-through skills
• Self-directed and results-oriented
• Proactive and independent problem solver
• Exercise independent judgment, think critically and strategically, collaborate with others and follow-through to execute projects and program requirements
• Strong customer service orientation
• Ability to communicate persuasively and articulately both verbally and in writing

Education and Experience:
• High school diploma or equivalent required
• Minimum of 2 years’ experience preferred
• Experience with Ceres 5 is a plus
• Ability to read, write, speak and understand the English language fluently, and
communicate verbally and in writing at a professional level
• Extensive experience using Microsoft Office Suite and online technologies
• Experience using collaborative tools for file storage and sharing, meeting
scheduling, and virtual collaboration preferred
• Able to operate forklift and pallet jacks
• Computerized inventory and warehouse experience


Food Bank of the Rockies offers a fulfilling workplace and comprehensive benefits package, including: paid time off; paid sick leave; 10 paid holidays; 401K retirement plan with a 6 percent employer-paid match; and competitive employee health, dental, and vision, including maternity/paternity leave. We offer 8 hours of volunteer time.

About the organization

About Food Bank of the Rockies

Founded in 1978, Food Bank of the Rockies was originally known as the Colorado Food Clearing House. Operating from a 900-square-foot schoolroom in northwest Denver, the fledgling organization collected bread from a nearby Safeway store, our first food donor, and distributed it to Little Sisters of the Poor, our first partner agency. Today, Food Bank of the Rockies has extended its reach across northern Colorado, providing food and supplies to more than 800 hunger-relief programs.
Since 1978, Food Bank of the Rockies has provided more than 700 million meals for people in need. In 2021, through our direct service programs and partners, we have distributed over 66 million pounds of food, the equivalent of nearly 54 million meals annually or 226,000 meals every day to children, seniors and families in need. Food Bank of the Rockies is a member of Feeding America and of Feeding Colorado, a consortium of the five food banks operating in Colorado.
Food Bank of the Rockies has a staff of nearly 200 employees at distribution centers in Denver, Wyoming and the Western Slope.