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The Salvation Army Northwest Division Food Program Coordinator in Marysville, Washington

DescriptionDEPARTMENT: Service ExtensionPOSITION TITLE: Food Program CoordinatorSTATUS: NON-EXEMPT (Part Time)GENERAL STATEMENT:The Salvation Army is a branch of the Christian Church and the ultimate goal of all programs is spiritual regeneration of all people.The Salvation Army is an equal opportunity employer.EDUCATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE:Candidate should have 1 year of experience or more in one of the following categories: supervising volunteers, working within a non-profit organization, customer service, food service, or food bank operation.Minimum requirement is a High School diploma or equivalent.Current, valid Washington State driver's license, a safe driving record, and ability to pass the Salvation Army's drivers safety test.Ability to attain and maintain a Food Handler's certificate.KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED: Ability to engage with diverse populations in a respectful and culturally responsive mannerDetail orientedSelf starterStrong leadership skills & team playerStrong use of the English language in verbal and written communicationAbility to demonstrate functions as a lead worker and as hands on worker.Ability to be flexible and to prioritize multiple and changing work assignments as well as affectively meet deadlines.Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and maintain poise under pressureDesire to improve the quality of services to the highest level possible.Customer service mindsetGeneral social service knowledgeStrong analytical and research skillsInitiative, follow-through, and ability to work independently with a minimum of supervision.General knowledge of business protocolsAbility and willingness to keep information confidentialAbility to interact and communicate appropriately with donors, volunteers and other staff members and adhere to The Salvation Army's nondiscrimination policies regarding sex, race, age, national origin, differing abilities, religion, and sexual orientation.SOFTWARE-RELATED SKILLS: Must have basic knowledge of:MS WordMS ExcelMS OutlookDatabase softwareSCOPE OF POSITION: Under the direction of the Center Coordinator the Food Program Coordinator oversees the operations of the Food Program operations, including but not limited to recruiting, training, and coordination of volunteers, purchasing, restocking, ordering, preparing of food, overseeing costs and quality control, coordination of food deliveries, monthly statistics and reports as required.ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Demonstrate a commitment to the values of equity and inclusion by honoring diverse characteristics and expressions of personal identity.Screen clients for emergency referrals as appropriateMaintain the food program standards at the highest level which includes but not limited to maintain WA food health and safety standards and in compliance with a grants and contracts.Maintains food inventory with FIFO standards.Placing orders with vendors as well as purchasing food and non-food items from local stores, precuring and managing donated food.Assist with volunteer recruitment, coordination, training, and retention.Train, schedule, and provides daily oversite and coordination of food program volunteers.Assure logs are maintained, units of service are recorded in client database, and reports are generated as needed.Pack food orders and stock shelves as needed.Responsible for implementing food program policies and procedures.Helps with food pick up and deliveries.Ensure that the facility is cleaned daily and kept in an organized manner.Assist in maintaining maintenance and cleaning policies and procedures.Ability to work flexible hours, food program related events, over time hours, especially between Thanksg