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.
The Health Educator is responsible for identifying and communicating health-promoting services such as health education programs and presentations. This role will also spearhead the implementation of health services through partnerships with community-based organizations and providers. Primary duties may include coordinating health education programs in the community, communicating program needs, concerns, and resources; acting as a resource person in health education, applying appropriate research principles in health education; attending various organization meetings or conferences; and providing information to members eligible for case management program.
The Programs Supervisor provides support to the Program Manager through general guidance and oversight of the food distribution team. This role will also participate in the development, implementation and adherence of policies and procedures that govern the Healthy Living Program.
The Distribution Coordinator is primarily responsible for supporting and coordinating the Cal-Fresh Healthy Living produce delivery program initiatives. This role will be working collaboratively with the Food Bank’s management team, Programs team, and external agency contacts to implement new initiatives, monitor program performance, and conduct community outreach. The Distribution Coordinator plays a key role in the success of food distributions and program coordination.
Helpdesk Support is responsible for troubleshooting and solving application issues, responding to end-user calls and e-mail requests. This individual will work with the IT team to solve problems creatively and timely, with the ability to escalate issues to senior technical staff as needed. This role requires excellent customer service and communication skills to assist users and answer questions at various end-user skill levels.
The Human Resources Intern is responsible for providing administrative support and performing a variety of Human Resources functions. This role will work closely with, and receive supervision from, the Human Resources team. The Intern will be exposed to a wide variety of Human Resources functions including benefits enrollment, timekeeping and payroll, hiring and onboarding, compliance, and record keeping.
The Major Gifts Director is responsible for personal cultivation and solicitation of gifts as well as donor
stewardship and recognition. The Director works closely with the President/CEO, Chief Development Officer, and Development Team to create a fund raising strategy to incorporate all communications, events and ongoing fundraising programs of the Food Bank. This role is instrumental in designing and implementing innovative strategies to build and maintain donor relationships throughout the community.
The Agency Relations Supervisor is responsible for supervising and overseeing the Agency Relations Department, ensuring smooth workflow and consistent application of policies, procedures and practices. The Supervisor works closely with the Agency Relations team to provide customer service to agencies and assists with conflict resolution regarding food pick-ups, ordering, forms, and other paperwork. This role is instrumental in overseeing internal processes are efficient and effective and insuring Food Bank agencies are compliant with all necessary policies and procedures.
If interested in one of these positions, please submit a resume with cover letter directly to firstname.lastname@example.org. 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.