Job Description: The Driver is expected to work as a valued member of warehouse operations. This position works under general supervision and is responsible for the pickup and delivery of various food and other products. Duties will include operation of company owned and leased trucks for the delivery and pickup of food and other products, provide outstanding customer service during delivery and pickup operations, maintain all required certifications required by DOT and OSHA and Arkansas Foodbank’s safety programs.
This position requires prolonged sitting and driving. Incumbent must be able to lift 65 lbs repeatedly.
Qualifications: Graduation from high school or GED equivalent, one (1) year relevant experience, or any equivalent combination of education and experience that demonstrates the ability to do the job. Must possess a valid Commercial Driver’s License, Class B required, Class A preferred. Must have clean driving record. Other job related education and/or experience may be substituted for all or part of these basic requirements.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Other Characteristics: (1) Ability to communicate effectively, oral and written format. (2) Ability to work independently or with little supervision. (3) Ability to lift approximately 65 pounds repeatedly. (4) Ability to work in severe weather conditions – both heat and cold. (5) Current, valid Arkansas driver’s license and proof of insurance.
Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, hand controls; and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; and stoop. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and the ability to adjust focus.
Work Environment: The noise level in the work environment is moderate to severe. While performing duties of this job, the employee regularly is exposed to wet or humid conditions; extreme cold or heat; and general outside weather conditions.
Closing Date: This position will remain open until filled.
JOB DESCRIPTION: The Human Resources Director is responsible for all human resource programs, services and activities to include team member relations, recruitment, compensation, benefits, and personnel transactions. Employee is salaried and works 40 hours a week.
• Advises managers on organizational and staffing issues to include effective use of coaching, problem-solving, and other leadership skills to address employee relations and disciplinary issues through strategic problem solving in accordance with applicable Foodbank policies and HR procedures. Assists managers with documentation, employee counseling sessions and termination meetings.
• Ensures compliance with and adherence to all employment-related laws as well as regulatory mandated programs, such as unemployment compensation hearings, worker's compensation, OSHA, and DOL physical and drug testing requirements. Serves as Equal Employment Opportunity Officer. Provides leadership in educating managers on their EEO and other employment related regulatory responsibilities.
• Provide support for writing projects to include, writing, editing and proofreading various Foodbank communications materials, writing proposals, articulating in writing needs from program staff and available reports
• Leads recruiting to include developing and refining administrative recruiting processes, and identifying effective sourcing resources. Coordinates and conducts candidate screening, interviewing and selection of the most qualified applicants. Develops strategies to effectively recruit critical and difficult to fill positions. Provides guidance and consultation with managers over proposed staffing needs and changes concerning organizational structure, professional development and skills enhancement.
• Updates and maintains Position Descriptions for all employees; conducts an annual audit to ensure all positions are classified correctly as per US Department of Labor guidelines.
• Leads benefits administration and shapes benefits strategy. Oversees the benefits function, to include group, wellness, fringe, service awards, paid leave and retirement benefit programs. Conducts benchmark studies to measure the competitiveness and effectiveness of the benefits programs to maintain competitiveness and affordability and to identify industry best practices to guide improvements in those programs. Coordinates employee benefits and open enrollment. Coordinate annual Benefits Fair for Foodbank personnel.
• Leads the benchmarking, design and implementation of competitive compensation. Manages the administration of the wage and salary program to include the development and maintenance of a compensation policy and procedures manual, development of appropriate wage structures and maintenance of wage and salary records. Oversees that the processing of pay adjustments are in accordance with approved budgets.
• Coordinate the annual performance review process
• Develops and updates as needed formal orientation process to include onboarding program for new hires, incorporating Feeding America’s four week onboard program, agency visits, and 90-day employee surveys.
• Monitors agency compliance with federal and state legislation pertaining to all personnel matters.
• Identify training needs for each Foodbank position and support managers in the development of individual professional development plans
• Performs any other related duties as required or assigned, such as, create and distribute weekly organization newsletter and identifying and tracking of warehouse certification needs
QUALIFICATIONS: 1) Bachelor’s Degree and five years Human Resources experience; 2) Professional in Human Resource (PHR) Certification; 3) Basic knowledge of Microsoft programs, including Word and Excel; 4) Effective oral and written communication skills; 5) Excellent interpersonal skills; 6) Or, equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Other job related education and/or experience may be substituted for all or part of these basic requirements upon approval of the Chief Executive Officer.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES AND OTHER CHARACTERISTICS:
Ability to communicate effectively, oral and written format; 2) Ability to work independently and to organize and prioritize work; 3) Ability to analyze federal and state legislation; 4) Ability to lift approximately 20-25 pounds; 5) Current, valid Arkansas driver’s license and proof of insurance.
SALARY: $45,000 - $60,000 depending on experience
CLOSING DATE: This position will remain open until filled.
JOB DESCRIPTION: The Development Intern will work closely with the Development department assisting with such tasks as fundraising, donor stewardship and database management. While assisting with a wide range of fundraising projects, interns will gain substantial hands-on experience and specific training in many aspects of nonprofit development. Intern will work 16 hours a week. The Arkansas Foodbank offers this internship opportunity for interns during the Spring, Summer and Fall semesters. This is a non-paid position.
- Process donations and prepare acknowledgement letters and other correspondence
- Update and correct database records
- Assist Donor Relations Coordinator with mailing out donor acknowledgement letters
- Assist Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator with setting up materials for our Volunteers Orientation
- Assist development department by performing miscellaneous administrative activities.
- Assist with special events
- Other duties as assigned
QUALIFICATIONS: 1) High school diploma or general education degree (GED); 2) Development interns will be actively enrolled in a university nonprofit management program
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES AND OTHER CHARACTERISTICS:
1) Ability to communicate effectively, oral and written format. 2) Ability to problem solve; 3) Ability to lift approximately 20-25 pounds.
CLOSING DATE: This position will remain open until filled