Sr. Human Resources Generalist

Food Bank
Sr. Human Resources Generalist


This employee is responsible for all facets of the MFB Transportation department, including:
• The route assignment & management of the Food Bank’s Central & Western branch transportation operations and support of Eastern branch operations. This to involve daily interaction with Partner Services & MFB Agency Partners, Warehouse, Operations, Sourcing, and other MFB teams. Requires extensive use of Transportation Management systems (Descartes) and the Inventory system (Ceres-Naviance). Routing to include, but is not limited to, agency deliveries & pickups, retail recovery & distributor pickups and/or transfers, internal shuttles, and F2FB and other program transportation
• Corporate logistics management as well as supervision and management of the drivers assigned to that department. Understands financial reporting & budgeting, and manages all costs related to Transportation department including, but not limited to, department budget and payroll.
• Communicates with drivers to assist with problem resolution while on route for our partner needs. Directly assists with partner communication for transportation/delivery information & updates.
• Oversees all DOT reporting and compliance requirements related to vehicles, equipment, & drivers
• MFB Fleet Management, for all branches & locations including Food Works & any other MFB leased or owned vehicles or related equipment. This to include, but is not limited to:
o Responsibility for tracking items such as fuel charges, tolls, and other invoiced items and for handling these items as well as expense reports methodically and per company policy.
o Managing all Transportation Vehicle & Equipment and related documentation Managing license, registration, lease, & rental renewals, insurance coverage, IFTA tags, DOT Documentation, and other items related to the ownership/leasing/rental and maintenance of the fleet & equipment.
o This position is responsible for providing exceptional customer service to all our partners and vendors on a variety of issues related to transportation.

Responsible for overseeing the food safety & occupational safety requirements of their team.
Responsible for overseeing the safe transport of all MFB deliveries, transfers, and inventory.

End date
Opportunity type
Warehouse / Supply Chain / Drivers
Job responsibilities


50% Route Management: Dispatch multiple vehicles to accomplish scheduled deliveries on time, with accuracy. Track fleet use on an on-going basis.
30% Operational: Ensure all bills related to the fleet operation are paid on a timely basis. Submit license renewals in a timely fashion to ensure no interruption in coverage. Handle various paperwork that flows through the department. Manage vehicle maintenance, asset condition, and replacement cycles.
20% Staff Management: Approve time off requests and submit timecards on a timely basis. Handle employee improvement plans, any disciplines required and participate in hiring decisions and termination decisions.

Application qualifications

Education: High school diploma or equivalent required and college degree strongly preferred.

Experience: At least 4 years’ experience routing commercial deliveries is required. Should have related experience with routing and inventory software systems. A valid driver’s license is required as well as an MVR showing no prior DUI/DWI’s and fewer than 2 points against the license. A CDL license is preferred. The ability to read, write and speak English is required.

Supervisory Responsibility:
This position has supervisory responsibilities for the Transportation department, clerks, drivers and their vehicles & equipment.


Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
Short-term Disability
403(b) Retirement Plan

How to apply

Please submit a cover letter and resume to: [email protected]

About the organization

The Maryland Food Bank is a non-profit organization leading the movement to end hunger in Maryland. We have an extensive network of community and organizational partners across the state that distribute food to the Marylanders who need us.
For more than four decades, the Maryland Food Bank has been our state’s leading food assistance organization, delivering food to underserved communities and marshalling the collective impact of more than 1300 community-based organizations. MFB strives to help the approximately 2 million food-insecure people in Maryland today get access to healthy food, as a means of enabling brighter futures. In late 2018, MFB expanded its core mission to include efforts to address the root causes of hunger, with the goal of helping more Marylanders become financially stable and food secure.

Additional information

Work Environment:
The employee will carry out some of the job duties from a warehouse environment with fluctuation in temperatures and potential for loud noise and will carry out the rest of the job duties either inside a truck or outdoors at client sites. Temperatures and noise will fluctuate during this time on the job as well.

Physical Demands:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee regularly is required to stand, walk, sit, use hand to finger, handle or feel objects, tools, or controls; and reach with hands and arms.
The employee frequently lifts and/or moves up to 75 pounds. Also, must be able to push/pull pallets weighing up to 2,000 lbs. to assist if needed, to load trucks. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, peripheral vision, and the ability to adjust focus.

Non-Essential Functions
The following are non-essential functions of the position:
• Assist in loading the trucks
• Assist in warehouse operations as assigned.
• Assist in creating and managing the annual transportation budget.
• Perform other duties as requested.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of the work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities associated with it.

The most important qualification for all Maryland Food Bank employees is their commitment to our mission: “Feeding people, strengthening communities, and ending hunger for more Marylanders.”