Join the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle Team

Job Openings:

NOTE: Everyone applying for a Food Shuttle Job Opening must submit a completed employment application when they apply.

1. Urban agriculture coordinator

The Urban Agriculture Coordinator will organize efforts at the Food Shuttle’s Geer Street Learning Garden in Durham; and the Camden Street Learning Garden in Raleigh to support the division by maintaining the space, coordinating volunteer groups and interns; and managing the community gardeners.

See full job description and position requirements here. 

TO APPLY: Please send resume and cover letter to HR@FoodShuttle.org

2. COOKING MATTERS COORDINATOR

The Cooking Matters AmeriCorps member will work with Inter-Faith Food Shuttle Cooking Matters staff to implement effective hands-on Cooking Matters (CM) courses and tours teaching families at risk of hunger that healthy cooking can be delicious, enjoyable, and most importantly- affordable.

See full job description and position requirements here.

TO APPLY: Please send resume and cover letter to Jasmine@foodshuttle.org

Internship Openings:

All applicants must submit a completed internship application that can be found here

1. Grocery bags for seniors intern

The Senior Grocery Bags Intern reports directly to the Senior Grocery Bags Program Manager. The intern assists the Program coordinator in overseeing the weekday/weekend office, warehouse, and health education operations of the program.

See full job description and position requirements here. 

TO APPLY: Submit an application, cover letter, and resume to Abbey Riesett, Volunteer Manager, volunteers@foodshuttle.org

2. Cooking Matters Intern

The Nutrition Education Program seeks an intern to provide general support for the Food Matters nutrition education programs at our Mobile Markets. This internship is a valuable training experience for participants, an ideal way to get involved in the community and work on growing a sustainable and accessible local food system. We hope the experience will be valuable to participants, in providing them with skills, as well as a broader understanding of issues related to food insecurity in our community.

See full job description and position requirements here. 

TO APPLY: Submit an application, cover letter, and resume to Abbey Riesett, Volunteer Manager, volunteers@foodshuttle.org

3. Cooking Matters at the Store Intern

The Nutrition Education Program seeks an intern to provide general support for the Cooking Matters at the Store nutrition education programs. This internship is a valuable training experience for participants, an ideal way to get involved in the community and work on growing a sustainable and accessible local food system. We hope the experience will be valuable to participants, in providing them with skills, as well as a broader understanding of issues related to food insecurity in our community.

See full job description and position requirements here. 

TO APPLY: Submit an application, cover letter, and resume to Abbey Riesett, Volunteer Manager, volunteers@foodshuttle.org

4. Mobile Market Health Educator Intern

The Nutrition Education Program seeks an intern to provide general support for the Food Matters nutrition education programs at our Mobile Markets. This internship is a valuable training experience for participants, an ideal way to get involved in the community and work on growing a sustainable and accessible local food system. We hope the experience will be valuable to participants, in providing them with skills, as well as a broader understanding of issues related to food insecurity in our community.

See full job description and position requirements here. 

TO APPLY: Submit an application, cover letter, and resume to Abbey Riesett, Volunteer Manager, volunteers@foodshuttle.org

5. Sprout Scouts Internship

Sprout Scouts is an after-school program created by the nonprofits FoodCorps and LifeLab to get kids excited about where food comes from, and learn what healthy food looks like, through garden-based nutrition education. This program focuses on evidence-based teaching practices that enhance NC Common Core through the lens of school gardens, while teaching self-sufficiency skills and increasing food access in high need communities. The Sprout Scouts interns will work together every week to provide a two hour after-school club at select elementary schools in Durham and Raleigh. Interns must be able to effectively work as a team and be confident in an outdoor teaching environment.

See full job description and position requirements here. 

TO APPLY: Submit an application, cover letter, and resume to Abbey Riesett, Volunteer Manager, volunteers@foodshuttle.org