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      Director of Operations 

      This position works in concert with, and is a key member of, the management team and takes an active role in strategic plan development and implementation for FBA.He/she manages the effective functioning of FBA’s operations, including warehouse operations and inventory, distribution and storage; food transportation and shipping (including rural Alaska). This position is responsible for all food resource activities. He/She takes a visible role in FBA’s relationship with the Feeding America network for the purposes of improving operational effectiveness and food sharing. Ensures facility and equipment maintenance, plans for upgrades and/or modifications of facility equipment. Takes primary responsibility for all incoming food to FBA, develops and maintain relationships with all local food donors, maintaining the highest standards of customer service.

      The ideal candidate will have a commitment to the organizational mission to end hunger and an awareness of multicultural issues.He/she will also have a Bachelor’s degree in in a closely-related field, a minimum of 5 years work experience in operations and management. Minimum two years of warehouse, logistics and inventory management experience. Valid AK driver’s license, ability to pass a state and federal criminal background check required.Knowledge of and the ability to work with federal commodities programs and knowledge of the anti-hunger community a plus.The ideal candidate must also have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, strong analytical skills, and be detail-oriented.

      This is a full-time position which reports to the Executive Director. Starting wage is $75,000-$85,000, DOE. Our generous benefits package includes health insurance, 403(b), Paid Annual, Sick and Holiday Leave, EAP, and LifeBalance. Applications will be accepted until April 5, 2019. Email resume and cover letter to jobs@foodbankofalaska.org.


      Stewardship Coordinator

      The Food Bank of Alaska is seeking a 30 – 40 -hour-per-week Stewardship Coordinator to work with our Development and Communications Team. This position is a great opportunity to let our donors know the difference their support makes by ensuring accurate record keeping and acknowledgement of financial donations. You will help update data and contacts, run reports from the donor database, and acknowledge all donations. You will help strategize the best ways to use our donor database to get the information the organization needs to help implement the annual giving plan. You will connect with donors weekly to update donation information and be in charge of our monthly sustaining donors and pledgers. You will also provide backup to the Food Donation Coordinator for data entry into the inventory database as needed. You will work closely with all FBA staff to promote a culture of philanthropy.

      The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree or 4 years professional work in a related field; experience and ability in providing excellent customer service, a working knowledge of donor and relationship management databases and/or inventory control databases; excellent attention to detail, strong skills in MS Office applications, and excellent interpersonal and verbal and written communication skills. Familiarity with nonprofits through direct work or volunteer experience preferred.

      This position is located at Food Bank of Alaska, and reports to the Director of Development and Communications. Pay range is $16-20/hr. We provide a great atmosphere of teamwork and camaraderie.We offer 11 holidays, generous PTO, a 403(b) plan, and onsite and professional training. Send resume and cover letter addressing your qualifications for the position to jobs@foodbankofalaska.org Food Bank of Alaska is an equal opportunity employer.


      Program Administrative Assistant

      Food Bank of Alaska is seeking a motivated, well-organized Program Administrative Assistant to provide administrative and agency services support to our Department of Food Programs. The Program Assistant is a vital part of Department of Food Programs and the responsibilities include maintaining meticulous client files, performing accurate database entry and data management, providing customer service to our partner agencies and clients, including phone support, reporting and tracking for our senior program, assisting with monitoring and special events.

      The ideal candidate must have excellent interpersonal communication skills, sensitivity to and empathy with the needs of low-income seniors and people from many cultures; marked by the ability to relate respectfully and effectively with diverse stakeholders. The ideal candidate must have great attention to detail, and have a minimum of two years of experience with word processing, Outlook, spreadsheet software and database experience is a must. The candidate must be able to work independently and in groups, and have excellent organizational skills. This position is a great opportunity for someone interested in developing their non-profit skillset and for someone seeking a job with opportunities for increased responsibility and opportunity. 

      This is a part-time, non-exempt position which reports to the Program and Agency Relations Manager. The hourly rate is $13.00 - $15.00 per hour. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Send resume and cover letter to: Food Bank of Alaska, 2121 Spar Avenue, Anchorage, 99501, fax 907-277-7368, email jobs@foodbankofalaska.org . Food Bank of Alaska is an equal opportunity employer.