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?
Please see the list below for current positions that are open.
There are no current employment opportunities.
As a Vehicle Driver, the chosen candidate will work in a team setting to achieve warehouse and overall Foodbank operational goals. They will safely operate an RBFB vehicle to accurately and efficiently transport fresh, frozen and/or processing product to multiple agencies within our service area. They will become part of an experienced team doing its part to help end hunger within the RBFB service area.
To apply, email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or apply in person at 4010 Kimmel Dr., Davenport
The Marketing Intern will manage RBFB social media accounts, write stories for various publications, and assist in website tasks.
This position is UNPAID.
To apply, email your resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
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