Want to become a Hunger Fighter?

We strive to create a workplace and organization that reflects the communities we serve and where everyone feels empowered to be their full, authentic selves. Together, we work innovatively to serve our community effectively.


Whether our employees work in operations, administration, or programs, our Hunger Fighters are deeply committed to ending hunger in our communities. It is an honor to work with others who share a strong vision and mission and are committed to putting our neighbors and agency partners first.

A food Bank employee poses next to pallets of canned food in storage.


The Food Bank cares for our Hunger Fighters with the same passion they give to the community – by treating them as people, not workers. Whether through our employer-paid benefits and perks or our focus on employee wellness activities, we want our Hunger Fighters to feel valued and bring their whole selves each and every day.

Advocacy employees and volunteers outside capital building.

Diversity, Equity,
and Inclusion

DEI is valued as the lens through which we view our day-to-day operations. We are committed to continuously fostering a culture of inclusion among our employees and community that promotes diverse perspectives, lived experiences, and equitable access and opportunities essential to achieving our mission of leading the fight to end hunger.

A Culture of care

Food Bank Driver sitting in a vehicle.

Health and Wellness

  • Fully-covered medical, dental, and vision plans for employee AND family
  • Paid time off starts at: 13 vacation days, 12 sick days, nine holidays, and one floating holiday
  • Pre-tax healthcare and dependent care flex spending and commuter accounts
  • Employer-paid life insurance + buy-up options for increased coverage
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP), including access to free counseling
A Food Bank employee smiles at the camera next to a grocery bag with cereal and other food items.

Other Benefits
and Perks

  • 403(b) retirement plan with 3% match after three months of service — fully vested at two years
  • Free on-site notary services
  • Fun and educational staff events
  • Employee recognition and referral programs
  • Discounts on travel, electronics, food, and more
  • Free wellness-focused classes
  • Financial health workshops
A food Bank employee holds up two bags of apples.


  • Internal growth opportunities (internal promotions prioritized)
  • Access to Feeding America’s comprehensive training opportunities (local, state, and national)
  • Online and live training platform with thousands of offerings
  • Employee-run committees, including Equity Allies (DEI-focused social and educational activities), Safety Committee, and Employee Engagement Committee (staff fun and recognition)

Career Opportunities

The Development Manager is an independent, strategic project manager and an integral member of the fundraising team. The Development Manager will support the VP of Development & Communications in executing the Food Bank’s annual development plan to meet the overall Annual Fund fundraising goal. The Manager is data-driven, develops processes that increase organizational efficiency, and excels at internal/external communication. With a good eye and passion for the Food Bank’s mission, this person stays positive under pressure and consistently produces exceptional work.

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The Director of Operations plays a critical role in the efficient functioning and strategic advancement of our food bank. This position oversees all aspects of operational activities, focusing primarily on warehousing, facilities and transportation. The individual will be responsible for leading multiple teams to ensure the smooth acquisition, storage, and distribution of food, as well as the effective oversight of transportation logistics.

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