Employment


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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Current Openings

POSITION TITLE: Summer Food Kitchen Production Coordinator
RESPONSIBLE TO:
Summer Food Program Manager
HRS PER WEEK:
40 hours per week
DATES OF POSITION:
June 13, 2022 – September 2, 2022
HOURLY WAGE:
$20/hr.

SUMMARY of POSITION: This is a full time seasonal, temporary position.
The Kitchen Coordinator leads the kitchen staff and production space where meals are prepared for distribution to free Summer Food meal sites for youth. The Kitchen Coordinator is responsible for timely food production and packing according to set deadlines. The Kitchen Coordinator ensures the prepared meals meet the required school-nutrition meal pattern, follows the pre-determined menu, adheres to credited and approved recipes, food safety compliance, and USDA SFSP program requirements. The Kitchen Coordinator delegates to Kitchen Assistants and volunteers and establishes clear and consistent communication channels and feedback loops with the Summer Food Program Assistant and Program Manager.

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  • Application Requirements: FFLC Application, Resume and Cover Letter. Applications are considered incomplete if not all items are included. Incomplete applications are not considered for employment.
  • Application materials should be sent to Rory Sweeney: rsweeney@foodforlanecounty.org
  • Application will be reviewed as they come in and the process will remain open until a hire is made.

POSITION TITLE: Summer Food Program Kitchen Assistant
RESPONSIBLE TO:
Summer Food Kitchen Manager
HRS PER WEEK:
30 – 40 hours a week
DATES OF POSITION:
June 16, 2022 – September 2, 2022
HOURLY WAGE:
$18/hr.

SUMMARY OF POSITION: This is a full-time seasonal, temporary position. The FOOD for Lane County (FFLC) Summer Food Program aims to provide children with nutritious meals
where school meals are not available in the summer. The Summer Food Service Program Kitchen Assistants prepare meals for the Summer Food Program for distribution to sites across Lane County. Kitchen Assistants may also serve as Site Supervisors after food prep duties are completed if a backup is needed. In cooperation with the kitchen team, this position understands and adheres to the program menu and associated USDA meal pattern requirements.

Full job description

  • Application Requirements: FFLC Application, Resume and Cover Letter. Applications are considered incomplete if not all items are included. Incomplete applications are not considered for employment.
  • Application materials should be sent to Rory Sweeney: rsweeney@foodforlanecounty.org
  • Application will be reviewed as they come in and the process will remain open until a hire is made.

POSITION TITLE: Partner Agency Services Coordinator
RESPONSIBLE TO:
Partner Agency Services Manager
HOURS:
40 hours / week. Must be available occasionally on evenings and weekends.
CLASS: Non-exempt (hourly)
SALARY:
$20.55/hr.
BENEFITS:
Eligible for select FFLC-sponsored benefits at a pro-rated rate where applicable (e.g. paid time off benefits such as holidays, floating days, vacation and sick). Health insurance benefits offered after 60 days of employment; other benefits after 90-day mutual trial service period satisfactorily completed.

SUMMARY OF POSITION: The Partner Agency Services Coordinator acts as a liaison with a network of 160+ nonprofits and faith-based organizations (partner agencies) that receive food from the food bank for the purpose of serving people in need in Lane County. The ideal candidate for this position is a unique mix of educator, trainer, compliance monitor, event planner, and program coordinator. The candidate must be able to work in a high-energy, fast-paced environment with constant interruptions and changing deadlines.

The position requires someone who is very comfortable handling a large amount of detailed work, including a high volume of phone and email communications. This position works in tandem with another Partner Agency Services Coordinator, supporting partnerships across rural and metropolitan Lane County. It requires relationship building skills, using motivational techniques with partner agencies to elevate them towards best practices in service delivery.

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POSITION TITLE: Special Gift Officer
RESPONSIBLE TO:
Development Director
HOURS:
Full-time (40 hours / week), exempt. Must be available for occasional evening and weekend hours for special events.
SALARY and BENEFITS: Please review the below job description for salary range and benefit information.

SUMMARY OF POSITION: The Special Gift Officer is a frontline Development officer who is responsible for identifying, qualifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding new and existing donors and prospects with the capacity and inclination to make major gifts of $15,000 or more. Reporting to the Development Director, the SGO works in close partnership with the Executive Director, Development team consultants, board members, board committee members, management team members, and other staff to build engagement with FFLC for top donors. The SGO is expected to model FFLC’s values of compassion, inclusion, and collaboration as well as demonstrate professionalism and ethics at all times. The position is based in Eugene, Oregon with a hybrid office/work-from-home option.

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  • All applicants must submit a resume, cover letter and FFLC application to Sally Dougherty at sallyd@foodforlanecounty.org 
  • We will review applications as they come in and the application process will remain open until the position is filled.

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