River Bend Foodbank provides millions of meals to those who struggle with hunger in the 23 counties that we serve. We do this by collecting wholesome donations from donors and the food industry and distributing meals to hungry people. We distribute meals through 300 partnering agencies and our own hunger relief programs. We have set a goal to end hunger in our service area by 2025.
Achieving that goal requires talented professionals who can excel in their roles, enjoy their work, and build successful careers. At River Bend Foodbank, we believe having the right team, in the right position, improves the work environment.
Our employees are dynamic and highly motivated, and take an innovative approach to both opportunities and challenges. They are skilled in their fields, passionate about their work, and strive to exceed expectations.
Will you join us to end hunger in our community?
There are no current job openings at this time.
The RBFB intern will manage social media accounts, assist with the marketing of Foodbank events and programs, and write stories. This position is unpaid, but rich in experience.
To apply, email your cover letter and resume to email@example.com by May 3, 2019.
The focus of this position is to coordinate River Bend Foodbank food pantry program including inventory, scheduling volunteers, client services and cleanliness. Will ensure compliance with food safety standards and program requirements. Implement and support the direct services provided by River Bend Foodbank pantry. This includes education, policy enforcement, monitoring and compliance to ensure the effectiveness of the program. Will collaborate with leadership in determining all strategic and tactical functions necessary for the program to be successful. This position is responsible for all documents, records and administrative reporting related to the program. The ideal candidate will have experience working in a fast-paced environment, the ability to multi-task, and have excellent customer service skills.
To apply, please visit River Bend Foodbank at 4010 Kimmel Drive, Davenport, IA Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Vehicle Driver (Full Time)
As a Vehicle Driver, the chosen candidate will work in a team setting to achieve warehouse and overall Foodbank operational goals. He will safely operate an RBFB vehicle to accurately and efficiently transport fresh, frozen and/or processing product to multiple agencies within our service area. He will become part of an experienced team doing its part to help end hunger within the RBFB service area.
Apply in person at 4010 Kimmel Dr., Davenport, IA.
Warehouse Associate (Part Time) – ST. STEPHEN’S
As a Warehouse Associate, the chosen candidate will work in a team setting to achieve warehouse operation goals. Candidate will perform warehouse duties including receiving, picking orders, packing, loading, unloading, storage and distribution of Foodbank product. Candidate will become part of an experienced team doing its part to help end hunger in America.
Please apply in person at St. Stephen’s (3145 Cedar Crest Ridge, Dubuque, IA). Monday/Tuesday, 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. or Wednesday/Friday 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
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