Join the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle Team

Job Openings:

1. VP of Human Resources

The VP of Human Resources, under the guidance of the President/CEO, is responsible for overseeing all matters related to employee relations, employee training, HR policies and procedures, recruitment and onboarding. In addition, the VP of Human Resources oversees the Staff Advisory Group and the Manager Advisory Group.   The part-time HR Mgr. is a direct report.

See full job description and position requirements here.

2. Communications & Events Manager

The Communications and Events Manager is a full time, salaried exempt position reporting directly to the Vice President of Development and Communications.  The incumbent must be an expert verbal and written communicator with experience bridging the goals of nonprofit communications with those of fundraising and development.  The incumbent must be experienced at editorial calendaring, and integrating digital and print communications.  The incumbent must also have experience organizing and coordinating fundraising and community engagement events with staff and volunteer assistance.

See full job description and position requirements here.

3. Communications Coordinator

The Communications Coordinator is a full time, exempt position reporting administratively to the Vice President of Development and Communications and functionally to the Communications & Events Manager.  The incumbent must be an expert with digital media, social media, graphic design and website management.  The incumbent must be very experienced with social media strategy as well as the design and production of digital and print communications.

See full job description and position requirements here.

4. Donor Stewardship & Grants Manager

The Donor Stewardship & Grants Manager is a full time, salaried exempt position reporting to the Vice President of Development and Communications.  The incumbent has primary responsibility for managing and improving Food Shuttle relationships with grant makers (foundations and some corporations), tracking all grant applications and reporting requirements (including foundations, corporations, government, United Way, Feeding America and others), managing the acknowledgement and stewardship process for all donations and assisting recurring donors and online donors with processing questions.

See full job description and position requirements here.

TO APPLY: Submit an application, cover letter, and resume to Mary Janovsky, HR Manager & Executive Assistant. HR@FoodShuttle.org

Employment Application here.

Internship Openings:

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

1. COOKING MATTERS INTERNSHIP

Cooking Matters is an evidenced based curriculum developed by Share Our Strength. The program teaches nutrition and culinary education to low-income individuals. This internship is a valuable training experience for people looking to engage in the community through growing a sustainable and accessible local food systems. Interns will learn basic program coordination, organize and facilitate classes, and build relationships.

See full job description and position requirements here.

TO APPLY: Submit an application, cover letter, and resume to Jasmine Henry, Community Health Education Programs Manager, Jasmine@FoodShuttle.org

2. GROCERY BAGS FOR SENIORS INTERNSHIP

The Grocery Bags for Seniors interns support program operation by overseeing volunteer groups, assisting with program development, and evaluation of the program. This position is ideal for students studying nutrition or public health who are interested in serving our growing senior population.

See full job description and position requirements here.

TO APPLY: Submit an application, cover letter, and resume to Jasmine Henry, Community Health Education Programs Manager, Jasmine@FoodShuttle.org

3. PROGRAM EVALUATION INTERNSHIP

The Evaluation Intern will assist the Evaluation Manager to ascertain the value, efficacy, and impact of Food Shuttle hunger relief programs. This will involve the creation and administration of surveys, and the analysis of survey results.

See full job description and position requirements here.

TO APPLY: Submit an application, cover letter, and resume to Amy Gilbert, Evaluation Manager, Amyg@FoodShuttle.org

4. VOLUNTEER SERVICES ADMINISTRATIVE INTERNSHIP

The Volunteer Services Administrative Intern will work directly with the Volunteer Service Director and Volunteer Coordinators to coordinate ongoing and one-time volunteer assignments to support Food Shuttle program initiatives and the day-to-day operations. The Volunteer Services Administrative Intern will also be responsible for assisting with volunteer data entry and new volunteer orientations.

See full job description and position requirements here.

TO APPLY: Submit application, cover letter, and resume to Marc Holaday, Volunteer Coordinator, Marc@FoodShuttle.org

5. URBAN GARDEN INTERNSHIPS

The Urban Garden Intern plays a critical role in maintaining and improving all aspects of the Learning Gardens, from starting seeds in our greenhouse to helping harvest in the field.  The intern will work with community gardeners and volunteers to manage the Garden as well, leading by example and expertise. Each intern will be expected to take on a small independent project to grow the Garden’s capacity to address food insecurity in an environmentally friendly way.

See full job description and position requirements for the Camden Street Learning Garden (Raleigh) here.

See full job description and position requirements for the Geer Street Learning Garden (Durham) here.

TO APPLY: Submit Camden Street Learning Garden application, cover letter, and resume to Jacob Rutz, Jacob@FoodShuttle.org and Geer Street Learning Garden application, cover letter, and resume to Fern Hickey, Fern@FoodShuttle.org

6. URBAN AGRICULTURE EDUCATION INTERNSHIP

The Urban Agriculture Education Intern supports projects that serve our partner schools in Durham and Raleigh. These projects include grant research, curriculum data base research, and garden design. Additionally, the Urban Ag Ed Intern will create educational materials that directly support our school-based programs.

See full job description and position requirements here.

TO APPLY: Submit an application, cover letter, and resume to Ayn Corrigan, Urban Agriculture Education Programs Manager, Ayn@FoodShuttle.org

7. 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. 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 Ayn Corrigan, Urban Agriculture Education Programs Manager, Ayn@FoodShuttle.org

8. SUMMER MEALS DISTRIBUTION INTERNSHIP

During the summer, while most kids are out of school, our food truck serves hot healthy meals, prepared by our culinary staff, to youth in low-income neighborhoods. This is how we provide supplemental meals to kids and teens who usually get their free or reduced-price lunch at school. Interns will gain program coordination and implementation experience.

See full job description and position requirements here.

TO APPLY: Submit an application, cover letter, and resume to Melissa Hubner, Community Health Education Coordinator, Melissa@FoodShuttle.org