Employment

Job Description Summary:

The Food Bank Manager is responsible for direct oversight of food bank, community garden, and healthy living program operations.  Directly supervises Intake Specialists, Food Bank team, and Community Garden Coordinator.  Coordination and outreach for food drives is also a primary function.   Oversees contract workers for healthy living programs.  The Food Bank Manager will oversee data entry and quality for food bank participants.  This position is the primary point person for data collection and maintenance into Efforts To Outcomes (ETO) database. This position reports to the Director of Programs.

Essential Functions: (An employee in this position may be called upon to do any or all of the following essential functions.  These examples do not include all of the functions which the employee may be expected to perform)

  1. Conduct outreach and coordination for food drives
  2. Work closely with Operations/Facilities Director and Director of Development in respect to food drives and in-kind donations
  3. Cultivate and build relationships with in-kind donors.
  4. Supervision of direct reports- train, develop and coach in positions and career.
  5. Participate in monthly supervision, staff and team meetings
  6. Facilitate Quarterly Food Bank Lead Meetings
  7. Meet with intake staff on a regular basis to provide training on Efforts to Outcomes (ETO) software and oversee quality and data integrity.
  8. Conduct Food Bank Volunteer Training
  9. Analyze ETO data and implement needed changes and best practices.
  10. Complete Community Food Share (CFS) monthly reports; participate in weekly meetings to discuss CFS orders.
  11. Provide backup to intake specialists as needed; assist participants on the food bank floor as needed
  12. Create and send monthly inventory reports to Controller.
  13. Complete thorough documentation of all work done with participants in ETO performance management software
  14. Direct participants to the PEAK program – state social services assistance – to check public benefit eligibility and apply for benefits online, and other social resources and referrals to SCCC Advocates.
  15. Work closely with various Boulder County Housing and Human Services programs and other community based organizations.
  16. Work closely with the Individual and Family Advocate (IFA) team to communicate about mutual participants.
  17. Coordinate outreach to food bank participants to inform them of upcoming classes and training opportunities at the center.
  18. Teach Eating Smart Being Active (ESBA) courses for SCCC, and/or other related courses on nutrition and healthy living.
  19. Remain dedicated to regular continuing education opportunities.
  20. Adheres to and upholds safety workplace practices; demonstrates responsible use of SCCC Information Technology equipment and adheres to SCCC IT protocols.
  21. Other duties as assigned that relate to participant intake operations.

Minimum Job Requirements/Competencies:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with the job.  May perform other duties as assigned. Regular attendance is an essential function. The requirements listed must be representative of the knowledge, skills, minimum education, training, licensure, experience, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  1. Bachelor’s degree in the field of Social Work, Child or Human Development, Psychology or other related human services field required or additional years of experience in lieu of degree.
  2. A minimum of 2 years job related experience in the human services field.
  3. Ability to plan, organize, prioritize and multi-task
  4. Two or more year’s Supervisory experience
  5. Project Management skills
  6. Flexible, proactive, adaptable and able to work in a fast-paced, changing environment.
  7. Strong computer skills with a willingness to learn new programs and databases.
  8. Must be able to work with a diverse workgroups and serve families with diverse economic, social, racial and cultural backgrounds.
  9. Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to build relationship with individuals who may not share the same value system or behavior norms.
  10. Maintain a professional and confidential work environment.
  11. Ability to be extremely collaborative with partner and referring agencies and their staff; influential in improving mission of SCCC
  12. Complete the 90 hour Family Development Credential within one year of hire.
  13. Knowledge of Food, nutrition and/or restaurant service experience.
  14. Knowledgeable about local community resources.

Desired Qualifications

  1. Experience practicing in strengths based client- centered modality.
  2. A minimum of 5 years experience working in Human Services.
  3. Experience with Efforts to Outcomes (ETO) Database or related databases
  4. Strong public speaking and presentation skills.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Frequent sitting, occasional walking, standing.

WORK ENVIRONMENT: 40 hours per week scheduled generally Monday through Friday with early evening availability required.  Occasional Saturdays for special projects or events.  Work will be conducted in the office primarily with occasional community meetings.  Flexibility around service delivery will be essential.  Office environment. Moderate Noise.

Please submit all job position inquiries, cover letters and resumes to Trish Devlin.

 

Job Description Summary: Advocate Assistant – Part-time (20 hrs per week), 52-week funded position.

Job Description Summary:

Provide administrative support for the Individual and Family Advocacy  (IFA) Team; responsible for entry level Advocacy tasks; assist team with meeting overall goals and mission of SCCC.

Essential Functions:

(An employee in this position may be called upon to do any or all of the following essential functions.  These examples do not include all of the functions which the employee may be expected to perform)

  • Provide information on SCCC services to scheduled and walk-in participants
  • Answer phones, return calls and respond to walk-in participants in a respectful, helpful manner
  • Assists with scheduling appointments, which may include emergency appointments, such as disconnection of utilities
  • May assist participants with determining eligibility for public benefits and accessing applicable resources, benefits and/or services.
  • Inputs participant data into the Efforts to Outcome (ETO) computer software
  • Facilitate basic appointments, such as Thrift Store vouchers, short-term housing applications, eyeglasses requests
  • Assist ETO database administrator
  • Help facilitate IFA special projects (e.g. Housing 101 Workshop)

 

Other Functions:

  • May assist with Community Outreach meetings and functions which may be held in evening hours or weekends
  • Other duties as needed and assigned

Minimum Job Requirements/Competencies:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with the job.  May perform other duties as assigned. Regular attendance is an essential function. The requirements listed must be representative of the knowledge, skills, minimum education, training, licensure, experience, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Associates degree or pursuing BS degree in human services field preferred

One year job related experience in the human services field

Ability to plan, organize, prioritize and multi-task

Flexible, proactive, adaptable and able to work in a fast-paced, changing environment

Strong computer skills with a willingness to learn new programs and databases

Detail oriented

Must be able to work with diverse workgroups and serve families with diverse economic, social, racial, and cultural backgrounds.

Strong interpersonal skills with ability to build relationships with individuals who may not share the same value system or behavior norms

Knowledgeable about local community resources

Maintain a professional and confidential work environment

Desired Qualifications

Bilingual English/Spanish

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Frequent walking from office to other part of building.

WORK ENVIRONMENT:  20 hours per week scheduled generally Monday through Friday with early evening availability required. Occasional Saturdays for special projects or events. Work will be conducted in the office primarily with occasional community meetings. Flexibility around service delivery will be essential.

Office environment. Moderate Noise.

 Please submit cover letter and resume to Trish Devlin