At least 12.5% of Western Massachusetts residents are living below the poverty line, and that number is growing.
Employment with The Food Bank
Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities with The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts. The Food Bank recognizes that the dedication and talent of our staff is the source of our success. We support staff through professional growth opportunities, rewarding work, and recognition of accomplishments. Our staff contribute to a work environment that reflects our core values:
• Commitment to partnerships and sharing expertise
• Conducting our work efficiently, effectively and with excellence
• Follow environmentally sustainable principles
• Pursuing collaborative approaches to solutions
To learn more about the values of The Food Bank, click here.
To learn more about The Food Bank’s employee benefits, click here.
Applicants will receive an automatic receipt recognizing the submission of your application for a position at The Food Bank. We are unable to contact all applicants who apply for employment with The Food Bank as we receive a high volume of applications. Please apply for each position that you are interested in considering. We will call candidates selected for first round interviews.
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Food Bank Diversity Policy
The Food Bank considers candidates for employment, volunteers and consumers of its services without regard to age, color, creed, gender, gender identity, marital status, mental ability, national origin, physical ability, political or union affiliation, race, religion or sexual preference. Notwithstanding the foregoing, mental or physical ability will be considered for candidates for employment or volunteers as they relate to bona fide job requirements.
The Food Bank is committed to promoting cultural diversity and inclusion through its board, employees, volunteers, and member agencies. We are committed to being a “learning organization,” open to growth in its approach to differences.
In accordance with federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20250-9410, or call (800) 795-3272 (voice) or (202) 720-6382 (TDD). USDA is an equal opportunity provider, employer.
For questions about employment with The Food Bank, please contact our Human Resources Department at 413-247-9738 or jobs[at]foodbankwma.org.
TITLE: EDUCATION COORDINATOR STATUS: FULL TIME,NON-EXEMPT Job Overview: The Education Coordinator will focus on outreach to youth in all four counties of western Massachusetts to educate and inspire them to take action against hunger. This position will develop and implement educational materials, conduct outreach to engage community groups in The Food Bank’s work, and […]
TITLE: ASSISTANT NUTRITION COORDINATOR STATUS: PART TIME (20 HOURS PER WEEK/NON-EXEMPT) Job Overview: The Assistant Nutrition Coordinator will create and conduct programs to further The Food Bank’s mission of feeding our neighbors in need and leading the community to end hunger . This work will include assessing the community nutrition education needs of our […]
TITLE: PLANNING AND ADVOCACY COORDINATOR STATUS: FULL TIME,NON-EXEMPT Job Overview: The Planning and Advocacy Coordinator supports The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts and its network of member agencies by carrying out advocacy projects, and by conducting research and planning for possible new programs and/or initiatives in collaboration with community partners. This position is based […]
TITLE: MOBILE FOOD BANK DRIVER / WAREHOUSE ASSOCIATE STATUS: FULL TIME,NON-EXEMPT (Must speak English & Spanish) Job Description: Assists the Manager of Food Operations to fulfill distribution and delivery goals, principally preparing goods for delivery, picking, loading and driving. The position’s primary responsibility is to deliver food to the Mobile Food Bank sites, and […]
TITLE: HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER STATUS: 30 HRS/WEEK,EXEMPT Summary: The Human Resources Manager is responsible for developing, implementing, and administering strategies, policies, and programs for all human resources functions striving for positive employee relations and employee retention. The Manager will follow the Human Resource standards of performance established by the Executive Director, the Personnel Committee, […]
TITLE: AGENCY RELATIONS ASSOCIATE STATUS: FULL TIME,NON-EXEMPT Job Description: Responsible for implementing services to member agencies including: customer service and customer check-in, and recording and assisting with monthly service reporting from member programs. Primary responsibility for shopper check-in and data entry of Monthly Service Reports. General Responsibilities: Customer Service • Enforce Food Bank, Feeding […]
TITLE: NUTRITION INTERN (unpaid) STATUS: PART TIME (20-25 HRS/WEEK) Prerequisites: Senior Nutrition student or recent nutrition graduate preferred. Skills Needed: • Experience with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Publisher. • The intern must be able to work independently as well as with Food Bank staff, be dependable, work with a diverse and low income […]
TITLE: WAREHOUSE ASSOCIATE STATUS: FULL TIME (40 HRS), NON-EXEMPT Job Description: The Warehouse Associate is responsible for conducting daily order selection and other related tasks to distribute food to our member agencies in order to advance the goals of the Food Operations Division of The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts. Primary Responsibility: 1. Pick […]