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Agency Relations Coordinator

Working for Community Action offers opportunities, an environment, benefits and a mission you won't find anywhere else. If you're motivated and want to be part of an organization that helps improve the community- then this is the opportunity for you. 

The Agency Relations Coordinator identifies, visits, and screens potential member agencies, visits member agencies to monitor operations, trains volunteers and staff of those agencies and uses either a personal or SHFB vehicle to complete tasks.

Program: Second Harvest Food Bank

Employment Type: Full Time Nonexempt

Starting hourly rate: $16.00 - $17.50 per hour

Benefits Include:

  • Comprehensive Health Benefits – Medical, Dental, Vision and Prescription
  • Agency paid Life Insurance and Long Term Disability Insurance
  • 401(k) Retirement Plan with agency contribution
  • Generous Paid Leave Time –
    • Vacation- 15 Days; Earn more time after 2 and 5 year anniversaries
    • Sick- 9 Days annually
    • 9 Observed Holidays 

JOB DUTIES

 

  • Works closely with Agency Relations Manager to identify under-served areas and seek out agencies, which will act as food distribution sites.
  • Provides information to prospective agencies, assists in application process and orientation, including food bank tour and shopping procedures.
  • Visits prospective agencies to answer questions and ensure the legitimacy of application forms.
  • Provides technical assistance to member agencies.
  • Maintains accurate agency records, updating them annually or as needed.
  • Collects member agency statistics.
  • Assists with monitoring of agencies for compliance with Feeding America’s and Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture standards, notifies agencies of non-compliance issues, and establishes corrective action plans as needed.
  • Responds to complaints from individuals and member agencies.
  • Assists with coordination of Retail Pickup Program.

      Other

  • Uses SHFB or personal vehicle to accomplish job duties including, but not limited to, visiting member agencies and prospective member agency sites.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Experience in anti-poverty causes preferred

  • Good communication and interpersonal skills

  • Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing

  • Ability to organize and keep accurate records

  • Food industry experience helpful, not required

  • Certification in safe food handling required within 6 months of start date

  • Valid driver's license and good driving record required

  • Personal vehicle or access to independent transportation required

  • Proof of motor vehicle insurance (for use of personal vehicle)

 

CACLV is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious creed, ancestry, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation or handicap. 

 

 

 

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