FFLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, age, national origin, marital status, genetic information, veteran status, diverse ability, or any other characteristic protected under local, state or federal law.
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POSITION TITLE: Driver and Warehouse Assistant
RESPONSIBLE TO: Logistics and Food Resourcing Manager
HRS. PER WEEK: 40
Rate of Pay: $15.00/Hour (with possibility for additional temporary Community Exposure Pay)
SUMMARY of POSITION: This position is responsible for driving non-CDL rated box trucks to pick up food from local food donors and making deliveries to partner agencies while adhering to proper food storage and handling procedures, proper maintenance of equipment, and food tracking using established record and inventory systems. Represents FOOD for Lane County to the public and provides excellent customer service. This position is also responsible for working in a warehouse environment to pull orders, sort donated product, and maintain a clean workspace.
Applications accepted until 5 p.m. on Friday, January 22.
Position: Youth Farm Adult Intern, 4 positions available
Responsible To: Ted Purdy, Youth Farm Coordinator and Dan Rousseau, Youth Farm Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator
Length of Internship: March 1st-October 31st; 2 days/week (Tu & Th); 9-5
Intern Stipend: $2,450 total
FFLC interns will receive education and training in composting, nutrient management, plant propagation, orchard management and fruit tree pruning, crop rotation, winter gardening, greenhouse construction and management, irrigation, cultivation and weed management, medicinal herbs and food relief. Additional farm related subjects will be presented to interns depending on their interests. FFLC’s educational program consists of lectures, field trips, hand-outs, literature review and mostly hands-on learning.
To apply: To apply, please submit a letter detailing your interests and availability, a resume and contact information for one reference to Jen Anonia here. Positions will be open until filled.
POSITION TITLE: Database and Systems Manager
REPORTS TO: Development Director
SUPERVISES: Donor Database Specialist (1.0 FTE)
CLASS: Exempt, full-time
SCHEDULE: Monday–Friday (must be available on evenings and weekends, occasionally)
COMPENSATION: $50,000-$55,000/year, depending on qualifications. Health insurance benefits offered after 60 days of employment; other benefits offered after 90-day mutual trial service period is satisfactorily completed.
SUMMARY OF POSITION: This position has bottom-line responsibility for managing FOOD for Lane County’s donor database, Donor Perfect(DP) and other programs that integrate with DP. This position also manages FFLC’s sustaining (monthly) gift program, working diligently to grow the program in a manner that is mutually rewarding for donors and the organization. The Database and Systems Manager also leads prospect research and management activities, including the identification of new prospects, preparing detailed prospect reports, and maintaining capacity information on existing and prospective donors. This position supervises the Donor Database Specialist. This position assists the Development Director with execution of the annual Development Operating plan, and works in collaboration with the members of the Development Team to support the overall fundraising activities of FOOD for Lane County.
Application review will begin immediately. To ensure consideration, apply by December 31st, 2020. The position will remain open until filled.
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