Mobile Distributions Coordinator

City
Maryville
State
Tennessee
Title
Mobile Distributions Coordinator
Description

Manages all aspects of Second Harvest’s Mobile Distributions Program to ensure the effective, efficient, and equitable distribution of food to the at-risk of hunger across our 18 county service area. The Mobile Distributions Manager works with food bank staff across all departments to create efficiencies in Mobile Distributions inventory, develop program messaging, and engage new and existing Mobile Distributions partners.

End date
Opportunity type
Job
Category
Programs / Agency Relations / Clients
Job responsibilities

Manages all aspects of Second Harvest’s Mobile Distributions Program to ensure the effective, efficient, and equitable distribution of food to the at-risk of hunger across our 18 county service area. The Mobile Distributions Manager works with food bank staff across all departments to create efficiencies in Mobile Distributions inventory, develop program messaging, and engage new and existing Mobile Distributions partners.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Increase the distribution capacity of the Mobile Distribution program (Fresh Pantry Mobile Distributions, and Agency Mobile Pantry) in all 18 counties.
• Effectively manage Mobile Distributions staff.
• Populate and maintain the Mobile Distributions Calendar.
• Communicate throughout planning and reporting processes with local partners and/or distribution site representatives to ensure Mobile Distributions are of maximum benefit to the communities they serve and can be run safely.
• Work to acquire new distribution locations across all 18 SHFB of ETN counties, to include partner representative(s), distribution site, and volunteer base.
• Work with Development team in all Mobile Distributions Program funding matters, including grant/sponsor relevance, request levels (if applicable), and reporting.
• Organize and communicate all Mobile Distributions program notices to the Marketing Department including, printed reminders and flyers, and program information for SHFB website Mobile Distributions calendar, and social media.
• Perform additional duties/projects assigned by supervisor.
• Assist with fundraising events as required.
• Maintain annual Mobile Distributions contracts (when applicable).

Application qualifications

APPLICANT CHARACTERISTICS:

• Detailed oriented, self-motivated with strong follow through skills.
• Able to effectively communicate and interact with people with diverse backgrounds and experiences.
• Able to task switch effectively and work in a fast-paced environment.
• Willing to educate yourself with information to effectively guide food bank partners.
• Able to work with minimal supervision using independent judgment for decision making.
• Obtain a clear understanding of and positively represent the mission of Second Harvest Food Bank.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience
Customer service skills
Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills
Strong computer experience and familiarity with Microsoft products such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint
Statistical calculation skills
Must have a valid driver’s license

Benefits

Health, dental and vision insurance, life insurance, short term and long term disability, EAP, FSA, Simple IRA with employer match

Deadline
How to apply

Please fill out our online application at https://jobapps.hrdirectapps.com/applicantform/D5755080562/0
and attached a resume.
For more information, email [email protected]

About the organization

Our mission is to compassionately feed East Tennessee’s hungry and to engage our community in the fight to end hunger. Our vision is to provide adequate nutrition for adults, seniors, and children. Second Harvest Food Bank, a member of Feeding America, has worked to eliminate hunger since 1982. Second Harvest Food Bank is the East Tennessee region’s largest hunger-relief charity, operating programs in 18 counties. The food bank secures and distributes more than 19 million pounds of food and grocery products annually through a network of over 650 partnering nonprofit organizations such as food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, and schools.

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