The Mission of the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank is to mobilize resources to fight hunger in our community.

Our Vision is that no one goes hungry in Los Angeles County. To fulfill our mission, we source and distribute food and other products to those in need with the help of partnering agencies and Food Bank programs. We also conduct hunger education and awareness campaigns and advocate for public policies that alleviate hunger.

Since 1973, the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank has distributed more than 1.2 billion pounds of food. We provide food to 300,000 people on a monthly basis.

Our success in fighting hunger relies on our team of talented and dedicated individuals who work for our organization. Join our team as we continue to impact the lives of the people in our community.



This role plays a key part in the development and implementation of nutritional and programmatic best practices at the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank. In addition, The Director is responsible for overall management, planning, and execution of program objectives and deliverables. This role oversees nutrition education activities at food distribution sites, provides education to agencies in the Food Bank Network and leads the process for ensuring best practices on food safety are being met by community partners, food pantries, soup kitchens and others.

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Annual Giving Manager

The Annual Giving Manager is responsible for annual giving to the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, including project management of direct mail and e-solicitations. This role will manage the execution of comprehensive direct marketing and solicitation plans that integrate strategic data segmentation, timely and effective messaging and deployment across multiple media platforms, including direct mail, email and peer-to-peer programs.

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This role is responsible for operations and transportation activities on a daily basis. Responsible for supervision of routing, dispatch, receiving, storage, movement and distribution of product in a manner consistent with Food Bank objectives. Supervises staff, projects and department objectives.

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Marketing and Communications Manager

This role is responsible for content writing such as social media posts, press releases, marketing emails, blog and web pages, copywriting for colleterial, and more. This role also supports digital marketing and advertising by creating and maintaining SEM/SEO, site and email optimization and testing, and assists with digital content creation (writing, photos, video). The manager also runs reports and tracks media activity for the Marketing and Communications team.

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This role is responsible for the review and processing of invoices, expense reports and payments with a high degree of accuracy and timeliness. The successful candidate is someone who is highly detail-oriented and committed to integrity of data and reporting. Strong analytical capabilities and organizational skills are key to the success of this role.

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Driver Class A

Drives bobtail or tractor-trailer to pick up and deliver products throughout Los Angeles County to support our programs and Mission.

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Child & Nutrition Programs Coordinator

This role is responsible for providing support to all Child & Nutrition programs and staff within the Child & Nutrition Department. The C&N Coordinator will conduct monitoring visits to ensure sites follow program food safety requirements.

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Production Coordinator

Oversees work groups to ensure accurate and safe production of food kits and boxes in Food Rescue Program (FRP) and Gleaning Room.

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Marketing and Communications Intern

This intern will assist the Development/MarComm team with social media marketing, content creation and the editing and production of collateral and public relations materials. This position also helps with administrative duties for the Development/Marcomm team, such as generating reports and occasionally completing paperwork. While experience in the principal duties is preferred, training will be provided, allowing the intern to develop important skills for use at the Food Bank and beyond.

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Application Instructions:

If interested in one of these positions, please submit a resume with cover letter directly to  Please do not send resume only.

As a part of the Food Bank’s pre-employment screening process, all potential employees are subject to a Criminal Background Check.

The Los Angeles Regional Food Bank is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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