Career Opportunities

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 more than 3,500 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

Community Food Share is seeking a highly organized and competent Office Administrator. The Office Administrator plays an integral role in the customer service and organizational strength of our organization. The Office Administrator greets and directs visitors; answers and responds to calls and emails; and provides administrative support to the organization as a whole (80%) as well as communications and administrative support to the Outreach Department (25%). This role interacts with all levels of the organization to execute their functions, and it has considerable contact with volunteers, donors, and program participants. Qualified candidates will provide outstanding customer service to internal and external stakeholders; exhibit a friendly demeanor; possess impeccable verbal and written communication skills; and maintain the ability to multi-task amidst consistent interruption. It is required that this position be able to speak, read, write, and translate Spanish fluently. Download the complete job description here.

Produce & Gleaning Volunteer Coordinator, AmeriCorps VISTA member
The Harvest Against Hunger (HAH) project at Community Food Share in Louisville, CO, will strengthen and sustain systems for community-based volunteer recruitment, community outreach & development, farmer engagement and produce recovery support in order to expand area gleaning capacity. Captured produce through the gleaning effort will be distributed through the local hunger response network to benefit individuals and families in need who may live at or below federal levels of poverty. For a complete description of this position, click here. Candidates must apply through the My AmeriCorps Portal.

Our HR department accepts applications for open positions only. Please email your resume and cover letter in PDF format to: