Program Coordinator

Fort Pierce
Program Coordinator

The primary objective of this position is to serve as the liaison between partner agencies, Food Bank programs and the Treasure Coast Food Bank by assisting agency recruitment, application, ongoing compliance, capacity evaluation and benefits outreach and a general administration of the policies and guidelines of Treasure Coast Food Bank, Feeding America and USDA as they relate to the partner agencies.

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

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
•Research community for gaps in service
•Recruit partners in under-served areas to fill any gaps identified
•Assist agencies in the application process for becoming a partner agency
•Conduct annual inspections of TCFB programs and partners to assure policy and procedure compliance
•Attend yearly site visits to partner pantry agencies and Chamber and community meetings
•Collect, track and input all agency/program monthly reports and statistical data for funders
•Work with other TCFB departments and staff to place agencies in violation of TCFB regulations on hold
•Review and update files, inspections, organizational data, program models, dashboard, key messaging, and general case for support
•Handles agency inquiries by telephone, visits and/or correspondence
•Facilitate various Partner Agency trainings and workshops and collect client success stories
•Assist in readiness for all audits conducted on TCFB regarding agency/program files and accounts
•Assist in planning, promoting and executing any agency related events including partner retention, sponsorship, auction items and distribution events
•Conduct tours and presentations of prospective member agencies
•Determine agency needs through surveys etc.
•Help create mediums for better customer communication
•Develop and implement procedures for annual gathering of demographic date on agency clientele
•Regularly inform all appropriate staff of any changes to agency/programs
•Quarterly review agency monthly reports with monthly pound per person spreadsheet
•Review agencies with no Food Bank activity in three months
•Provide program related and content information to freelance Grant Writer, Freelance Publicist, and EOC
•Participate on TCFB Disaster Team to ensure adequate use of agency and TCFB resources
•Other duties as assigned

Application qualifications

•Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university preferred.
•Experience in compliance enforcement and inspections.
•Experience in food service and food safety fields a plus.
•Bilingual preferred.
•Excellent communications skills, both written and verbal, including the ability for effective public speaking.
•Ability to manage time efficiently and to work independently with minimum supervision.
•Ability to work cooperatively with other staff, volunteers, and agency personnel.
•Orientation to detail, accuracy, and the meeting of deadlines.
•Good judgment and discretion.
•Ability to represent the TC Food Bank in a courteous professional manner.
•Possession of a current Florida driver’s license, liability insurance and a clean driving record.
•Access to reliable transportation.


Position includes paid Holidays, Vacation/PTO, as well as Health Benefits.

How to apply

Complete our application which can be found at

About the organization

Treasure Coast Food Bank is the largest hunger relief agency on the Treasure Coast, providing millions of pounds of food to over 200 charitable organizations in Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River and Okeechobee Counties serving those in need. In addition to food distribution, we provide numerous programs that not only solve the immediate problems of hunger, but help individuals and families gain long-term food security.