Foodbank Opportunity: Customer Service Coordinator

Community Foodbank invites applications for customer service

YOU

You build genuine and authentic connections with every guest to Community FoodBank, either for one day or sometimes for a lifetime. You make people feel welcome and comfortable often during difficult times in their lives. You can instantly build rapport and make a difference in someone’s life in just one interaction. 

You take pride in doing a job well-done, pay attention to details, and love continuously learning and improving. You thrive in a team environment and work best when surrounded by high performing teammates who keep you at your best.

You have computer skills with familiarity with Microsoft Office and Outlook. You are available to work Saturdays. And, very importantly, you have excellent communication skills, in English and Spanish.

 

WE

We make a huge impact in our community by providing groceries for over 4,000 people every month. We operate a unique market-style food distribution where our customers get to shop and choose the best foods for themselves. We believe in upholding the dignity and value of every individual.

We are a small team of hard-working, driven professionals with big hearts. We wake up excited every morning to come to work because we know we are making a difference for our neighbors. We don’t work within our job descriptions, but we reach out to each other and go above and beyond every day.

If any of this grabs you, please send your resume to:

Patricia@CommunityFoodBankofSBC.org

 

Check out our website and Facebook to learn more!

CommunityFoodBankofSBC.org

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Leslie David

Leslie David is a Bay Area independent reporter/producer and is a BenitoLink founding board member. She has produced for radio, television, newspaper and magazines in both California and Wyoming. She was with KRON-TV News in San Francisco as camera-woman, editor and field producer, where she won the Commonwealth Club's Thomas Storke Award with Linda Yee for their series on the Aids Epidemic. She started as a small market news reporter shooting her own 16mm film at KEYT-TV Santa Barbara. Leslie lives on a ranch with her family in San Benito County.