We are looking for a Christ-centered manager that can inspire and lead our ministries, volunteers and community partners. This position requires an Executive Director that is qualified or experienced in but not limited to business administration and development, financials, fundraising, public relations, program operations, volunteer coordination, board and community collaboration, and any other duties related to overall management of the ministry. A business acumen with Biblical approach to leadership and a background in the social sciences with Bachelor’s degree is preferred; however equivalent experience in nonprofit work associated case management relating to hunger and homeless issues relating to children, seniors and their families will suffice.
Maintains financial and other administrative tasks as needed using QuickBooks, Microsoft Excel, and PayPal; helps with donation box collection, picking up mail, making bank deposits, paying bills, and keeping office files organized; reports to the Director of Operations on a weekly basis to “check-in” on ministry updates and needs within the community.
4 hours per week (hours are flexible)
Maintains a central database to include volunteer, donor, and community partner network information (i.e. contact info, volunteer interests, donation amounts, contribution dates, partner affiliations); helps with reporting and statistics using demographic and production information; reports to the Director of Operations on a weekly basis to “check-in” on ministry updates and needs within the community.
Food Pickup Assistant
Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Travels with a Servant’s Heart driver to various grocery and restaurant partners to pick up surplus food, load it onto the box truck, and bring it back to the ministry for unloading and storage; must be able to lift up to 50 pounds of food with no heavy equipment use, reports to the Warehouse Manager for scheduling.
Food Packing Volunteers
Needed Thursdays and Fridays, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Packs food support bags for children and families in need, gleans produce, packages meat, sorts eggs, bundles bread, creates special needs bags for vulnerable individuals, helps out in warehouse with breaking down boxes and collecting trash/recycling, reports to the Volunteer Coordinator for scheduling.
Needed Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Maintains lobby area for welcoming guests, signs people in for completing food assistance applications and setting up appointments with community partners, responds to inquiries via the digital phone system, reports to the Director of Operations on a weekly basis to “check-in” on ministry updates and needs within the community.
4-6 hours per week (depending on season)
Maintains volunteer schedule and contact info, trains volunteers to pack bags, facilitates youth and group workshops, creates good working relationships between volunteers and fosters a sense of friendship and family through volunteer appreciation activities, reports to the Director of Operations on a weekly basis to “check-in” on ministry updates and needs within the community.