Working at Community Food Share

At Community Food Share, we pride ourselves in being a leader in the fight to end hunger in Boulder and Broomfield Counties. Our highly skilled team of friendly, professional drivers transport food from our local grocers and farmers to our Louisville-based warehouse, and out again to our Partner Agencies. Our efficient warehouse distribution teams work directly with 6,600 volunteers to manage the flow of healthy food to families and individuals in need. We work hard to accomplish our mission every day.

Our collaborative procurement, development, and communications teams share a common goal — to connect our organization with the resources it needs to be successful. Establishing partnerships with community organizations, individuals, and companies, these teams facilitate fundraising events, food drives, and hunger awareness events in alignment with our mission.

Being a part of our organization means being committed to ending hunger through food rescue and redistribution, wholesale procurement, repackaging and distribution, and efficient and innovative methods of reaching people in need. Our culture encourages open, positive communication and authenticity. We offer an excellent benefits package, generous time off and holiday schedule, and competitive pay in all positions.

If you want to make a difference in the lives of people in your community, come work for us!

Open Positions

Distribution Specialist (Bilingual)
The Distribution Specialist is responsible for executing Community Food Share’s onsite direct distribution programs, including Feeding Families, The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP), the Agency Shop Floor, and Stop Gap Food Visits. The Distribution Specialist provides excellent customer service and assists participants and agency representatives throughout the day in both the Feeding Families and Agency shopping areas. This duty may include staging one or both areas with product, coordinating and directing volunteers in completion of their activities, and working with warehouse staff to maintain these areas. This position ensures that participants and visitors from partner agencies receive consistent and exceptional customer service. Read the full description here.

Food Resource Coordinator
The Food Resource Coordinator (FRC) is responsible for food acquisition and donor relations. He/she is directly responsible for building, maintaining, and stewarding local food donor relationships with a focus on quality donations and a high level of customer service. He/she creates and manages the process of procuring packaged food and fresh produce from area grocery stores, distributors, brokers, food processors, manufacturers, farmers, and other local donors, as well as a shared responsibility for securing corporate and national food donations through the Feeding America food bank network. In addition, this position is responsible for planning, organizing, and executing annual and independent food drives within the community. The FRC regularly interacts and collaborates with all departments in the organization, in addition to external community partners, providing current knowledge of food systems and procurement methodologies in addition to providing excellent customer service, logistics assistance, internal resource management, food safety, and creative problem solving. Read the full description here. 

Participant Services Specialist (Bilingual)
The Participant Services Specialist is the first point of contact for participants coming to Community Food Share’s onsite direct distribution programs, including Feeding Families, The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP), and Stop Gap Food Visits. With support from the Programs Manager, the Participant Services Specialist takes the lead in providing excellent customer service through creating a warm, welcoming and inclusive environment to all participants who visit Community Food Share. The Participant Services Specialist establishes and maintains consistency across program messaging and eligibility requirements and manages new enrollments. The Participant Services Specialist builds relationships with participants and refers them to agencies and additional resources as needed. Read the full description here. 

Our HR department accepts applications for open positions only.

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