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Work. Serve. Thrive.

Imagine a place where your talent makes a meaningful difference in peoples' lives. Working at Harvest Hope Food Bank is a uniquely rewarding experience in which our employees work together as vital parts of a much larger mission—ending hunger. We are a nonprofit that is innovative, mission-focused, diverse, collaborative, and values-driven. 

As the state’s largest hunger-relief organization serving 20 counties in South Carolina, we source and distribute 30 million pounds of food each year. With locations in the Midlands, Pee Dee and Upstate, our mission is to build a hunger-free tomorrow by feeding our neighbors in need and addressing food insecurity. Through a network of over 300 partner agencies, we are actively working in all of our communities to end hunger.


Check out our open positions below. To apply, please complete our job application

Administration

Help Desk/Invoicing Coordinator

Location: Columbia or Greenville

Position Overview
The Help Desk/Invoicing Coordinator is responsible for functional maintenance of Link2Feed Help Desk and program invoicing at HHFB. The Help Desk/Invoicing Coordinator will focus on all aspects of relationship management with partner agencies knowledge of applicable technology and software, organization, involvement, and financial responsibility. Duties include, but are not limited to, personal meetings, intern training and management, partner training, agency and program invoicing and other partnerships. This position will be responsible for meeting monthly and annual reporting targets by working with an assigned portfolio of existing and potential partner agencies identified by HHFB.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Maintain Help Desk for partner agencies for Link2Feed and other assigned programs.
  • Screen and forward incoming partner agency call to appropriate Agency Relations Coordinator.
  • Hire and manage summer interns for Link2Feed technology roll out to partner agencies.
  • Creates a plan with timeline for agency Link2Feed technology implementation.
  • Executes technology plans such that groups in the portfolio are retained and/or upgraded in the future.
  • Provide support and troubleshooting for all company hardware and software.
  • Install and configure desktop software.
  • Update tasks with periodic problem status and resolution information.
  • Recommend equipment purchases as needed.
  • Perform asset management tasks as required.
  • Perform inventory of computer supplies as required.
  • Perform necessary updates.
  • Provides accurate invoicing for all MFP and Backpack programming.
  • Maintains relationships with finance department to manage agency past due invoices.
  • Passionately represents Harvest Hope Food Bank’s mission, programs, and message with stakeholders and actively networks within the community to activate support behind our mission.
  • Performs other foodraiser/development activities as may be required (i.e., tours, public speaking, or spokesperson activities).
  • Serves as a community ambassador/spokesperson as needed.

HHFB Team Member Accountabilities

  • Demonstrates a commitment to the HHFB mission and to fighting to end hunger in South Carolina.
  • Displays a desire to work with culturally diverse populations using a compassionate, collaborative, and respectful approach.
  • Supports a culture of continuous improvement by identifying and communicating process and safety improvements.
  • Follows all safety policies and procedures, including reporting all unsafe acts and behaviors, safety hazards, incidents, or accidents immediately.
  • Acknowledges that HHFB team members are considered emergency responders and may be called in to perform regular or emergent duties in instances of a federal, state or locally declared emergency.

Position Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Communications, Business Administration, or related study.
  • Three or more years of experience working in technology or another related field.
  • Demonstrated experience in cultivating relationships.
  • Self-starter, strong organizational skills, and attention to detail.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Excellent communications, interpersonal and customer service skills; comfortable with working in senor populations.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Must be able to clearly articulate HHFB’s mission.
  • Ability to relate effectively and professionally with other staff, volunteers, agency representatives and the public.

Physical Requirements and Working Conditions
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the tasks outlined in this job description.

This position operates primarily in an office setting within the branch. The position requires sitting at a desk and in meetings for long periods of time and involves extensive computer work with frequent interruptions. Vision abilities required include close vision and the ability to adjust focus. This position will regularly be in a warehouse environment with varying temperatures, including freezers and outdoor weather conditions. With forklift traffic in the facility and product stacked and stored throughout, this position requires someone who is mobile and who can hear and watch for traffic and normal hazards of a warehouse environment. This position may require traveling during the day and responding to organizational needs outside of normal working hours.

Midlands

Warehouse Manager

Position Overview
The purpose of this position is to oversee all shipping, receiving, warehousing of product, inventory counts, inventory controls and fleet management. The Warehouse Manager is accountable for managing the order selection process of products from receipt and processing of orders, to selection and delivery to their distribution points. The position is responsible for planning and delegating work assignments, meeting daily requirements, establishing performance standards, meeting objectives, and determining causes of variances.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Ensures operational excellence in all warehouse areas to include efficient operations of warehouse systems and related equipment, proper layout of warehouse and product placement, and ongoing maintenance and organization of all warehouse areas to always remain ready for tours.
  • Manages a staff of warehouse workers and drivers and handles all associated human resource activities, including hiring, performance management, training, and retention.
  • Submits and responds to ideas to improve associate engagement and enablement.
  • Drives continuous improvement and efficiency gains to reduce overall cost-to-serve and assists with the implementation of changes within inbound and outbound warehouse operations.
  • Maintains retail relationships for assigned counties and retail stores, ensuring pick up, reporting and good standing with HHFB; responsible for yearly in person meetings and manages to retail relationship survey results.
  • Identifies problems, proposes solutions to other members of management, promotes cooperation with other departments, and leads staff and peers to anticipate and solve problems and plan for upcoming events, seasonal changes.
  • Evaluates metrics and adjusts activities to meet or exceed performance expectations.
  • Coordinates efforts with the Safety Team to aid in training, conducting associate observations, up-dating preferred work methods, conducting accident investigations to determine root causes and routine safety inspections.
  • Ensures warehouse layout is optimally aligned for maximum efficiency as seasonality and inventory needs require.
  • Coordinates all activities concerned with inventory maintenance and the timely, cost efficient shipment of product to and from the warehouse; ensures a FEFO (first expired, first out) system is used for inventory.
  • Implements practices and policies to run the warehouse within budget and recommends budgetary changes and improvements to the Branch Director.
  • Reviews and recommends procedural changes to achieve and maintain accurate receiving and shipping of inventory and materials.
  • Ensures the warehouse, fleet vehicles and material handling equipment are prepared for all audits and complies with AIB, Feeding America and all other regulatory agency requirements.
  • Responsible for developing and revising retail routes for greatest efficiency and use of resources.
  • Maintains records of equipment maintenance, cleaning schedules, temperature logs and SDS sheets.
  • Monitor theft prevention safeguards to assure integrity of inventory.
  • Prepares reports on warehouse activities as requested.
  • All other duties as assigned.

HHFB Team Member Accountabilities

  • Demonstrates a commitment to the HHFB mission and to fighting to end hunger in South Carolina.
  • Displays a desire to work with culturally diverse populations using a compassionate, collaborative, and respectful approach.
  • Supports a culture of continuous improvement by identifying and communicating process and safety improvements.
  • Follows all safety policies and procedures, including reporting all unsafe acts and behaviors, safety hazards, incidents, or accidents immediately.
  • Acknowledges that HHFB team members are considered emergency responders and may be called in to perform regular or emergent duties in instances of a federal, state or locally declared emergency.

Position Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field preferred.
  • Five years or more warehousing and/or distribution operations experience.
  • Three years of experience supervising and leading a team.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to engage and direct volunteers.
  • Demonstrated personal leadership skills coupled with strong team orientation, exemplary project management skills and a high customer service focus.
  • Must have integrity, enthusiasm, perspective, flexibility, and a strong work ethic.
  • Must be an excellent problem solver with the ability to multi-task and strong organizational skills.
  • Ability to prioritize needs and work within budget restrictions.

Physical Requirements and Working Conditions
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the tasks outlined in this job description.

This position is primarily set in a warehouse environment with varying temperatures, including freezers and outdoor weather conditions. The position is regularly required to sit, stand, bend, twist, carry and lift objects up to 30 to 50 pounds. With forklift traffic in the facility and product stacked and stored throughout, this position requires someone who is mobile and who can hear and watch for traffic and normal hazards of a warehouse environment. Occasionally, this role is required to respond to organizational needs outside of normal working hours. The position is labor intensive and requires a fast pace.

Administrative Assistant

Position Overview
The Administrative Assistant will provide administrative operations support to the Administration team throughout the organization. In addition to providing operations support, this role will greet and provide direction and information to clients, visitors, and other guests of the organization.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Greets clients, visitors, and guests; determines the purpose of each person’s visit and directs or escorts him or her to the appropriate location.
  • Supports organization operations by handling administrative tasks as assigned by leadership.
  • Maintains and creates Board packets, schedules board meetings and board committee meetings.
  • Helps manage and schedule CEO calendar, meetings, and events.
  • Helps manage and coordinate company events, lunches, and employee activities.
  • Answers, screens, and directs phone calls to staff; takes messages and schedules appointments.
  • Receives mail, documents, packages, and courier deliveries and delivers or distributes items.
  • Reconciles WEX fuel report and maintains data sheets for fleet and rental cars.
  • Performs branch administrative and clerical support tasks.
  • Performs basic filing and recordkeeping.
  • Other duties as assigned.

HHFB Team Member Accountabilities

  • Demonstrates a commitment to the HHFB mission and to fighting to end hunger in South Carolina.
  • Displays a desire to work with culturally diverse populations using a compassionate, collaborative, and respectful approach.
  • Supports a culture of continuous improvement by identifying and communicating process and safety improvements.
  • Follows all safety policies and procedures, including reporting all unsafe acts and behaviors, safety hazards, incidents, or accidents immediately.
  • Acknowledges that HHFB team members are considered emergency responders and may be called in to perform regular or emergent duties in instances of a federal, state or locally declared emergency.

Position Requirements

  • High school diploma or equivalent required; 2-year degree preferred.
  • Five years of experience in an administrative role.
  • Excellent verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously with frequent interruptions.
  • Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills.
  • Basic understanding of administrative and clerical procedures and systems.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software.
  • Ability to engage and direct volunteers.

Physical Requirements and Working Conditions
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the tasks outlined in this job description.

This position is primarily set in an office environment. The position requires prolonged periods of sitting. Occasionally, this role is required to respond to organizational needs outside of normal working hours.

Fulfillment Lead

Position Overview
The Fulfillment Lead is responsible for supporting the Fulfillment Manager by coordinating and helping to direct all Fulfillment activities. The Fulfillment Lead is responsible for the smooth and efficient distribution of products to partner agencies. The Fulfillment Lead performs a variety of manual tasks associated with the acquisition, storage, and distribution of food and other donated products including pulling orders, unloading deliveries, repacking food products, operating warehouse equipment, volunteer supervision, and general maintenance and cleanup.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assists Fulfillment Manager with team’s daily duties and team oversight
  • Serve as backup manager when Fulfillment Manager out of building, on PTO, etc.
  • Pulls and stocks refrigerated goods for display in distribution, cooler, and dry area and communicate plan to Fulfillment Manager.
  • Oversee Agency Relations Sales Order and Pick, Pack, and Ship processes including: assigning work tasks, pulling and staging orders, assisting agencies with any shopping and weighing of product, and records transactions for inventory.
  • Assists with growth of distribution of product through the mobile pantry program and general distribution to agencies.
  • Complete all Sales Orders for agencies, Mobile Food Pantries, CSFP, and other program distributions
  • Ensures distribution area is neat, clean, free of debris, and media ready at all times.
  • Alerts Agency Relations Coordinator of any order fulfillment issues as needed.
  • Plans direct drops and/ or solicits agencies to receive short dated/bulk product loads to eliminate/reduce waste and improve outbound pounds.
  • Supports and serves as backup to warehouse operations as needed.
  • Ensures shrink wrap and pallet tags are neat, free of debris, and legible.
  • Conducts daily inspections for refrigeration sanitation and neatness which includes cleaning up cardboard and plastic refuse, squaring pallets, moving pallets, and preparing for anticipated next day work.
  • Ensures tidiness and organization of work areas including cooler, and distribution dry storage areas.
  • Commit to upholding principles and best practices for food safety. Assist in verifying food safety standards are met for products and packaging materials through visual inspection, product handling and temperature monitoring when applicable.
  • Ensure all required documentation necessary for compliance to occupational safety, food safety standards and regulatory requirements is complete, accurate and current.
  • Maintain good working knowledge of warehouse inventory.
  • Assist in facilitating monthly inventory, counting, and reconciliation.
  • Ensure a FEFO system is used for all inventory including refrigerated, frozen, dry, and CNS products.
  • Other duties as assigned.

HHFB Team Member Accountabilities

  • Demonstrates a commitment to the HHFB mission and to fighting to end hunger in South Carolina.
  • Displays a desire to work with culturally diverse populations using a compassionate, collaborative, and respectful approach.
  • Supports a culture of continuous improvement by identifying and communicating process and safety improvements.
  • Follows all safety policies and procedures, including reporting all unsafe acts and behaviors, safety hazards, incidents, or accidents immediately.
  • Acknowledges that HHFB team members are considered emergency responders and may be called in to perform regular or emergent duties in instances of a federal, state or locally declared emergency

Position Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalence with experience in field.
  • Three or more years related experience and/or training.
  • Time management skills and the ability to multitask.
  • Ability to lead and direct other team members
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision.
  • Effective communication and training skills while working with diverse groups as part of a team.
  • Good interpersonal skills and capable of giving kind and appropriate directions to volunteers.
  • Ability to positively interact with internal and external customers.
  • Good math, legible writing skills, and ability to keep accurate records.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office.
  • Knowledge and prior application of safe work practices and an attitude of safety awareness.
Fulfillment Associate

Position Overview
The Fulfillment Associate Is responsible for storing, staging, and packing food products. This role works closely with our Fulfillment Team and volunteers, pulling and distributing product orders for our partner agencies and programs.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Stores, stages, and packs product safely and accurately using established HHFB inventory processes and procedures.
  • Ensures pick locations remain full; restacks and rearranges product for maximum efficiency.
  • Executes timely pulling of large delivery orders in order of importance.
  • Checks all orders to verify accuracy.
  • Restocks product as needed following specific food storage guidelines.
  • Trains and directs volunteers on distribution and pulling procedures, reinforcing safe work behavior.
  • Monitors picking area, making sure that only designated people are present, i.e., HHFB staff and volunteers.
  • Verifies pick bins and work with Inventory and Quality Assurance Manager to ensure accuracy.
  • Assists in maintaining accurate inventory counts and researches inventory to verify zeros as needed.
  • Assists in pulling product from warehouse to pick slots.
  • Replenishes distribution bins.
  • Loads and unloads trucks.
  • Keeps work area organized and sanitized.
  • Secures distribution area at end of shift.
  • Complies with AIB, Feeding America and other regulatory agency warehouse standards.
  • Other duties as assigned

HHFB Team Member Accountabilities

  • Demonstrates a commitment to the HHFB mission and to fighting to end hunger in South Carolina.
  • Displays a desire to work with culturally diverse populations using a compassionate, collaborative, and respectful approach.
  • Supports a culture of continuous improvement by identifying and communicating process and safety improvements.
  • Follows all safety policies and procedures, including reporting all unsafe acts and behaviors, safety hazards, incidents, or accidents immediately.
  • Acknowledges that HHFB team members are considered emergency responders and may be called in to perform regular or emergent duties in instances of a federal, state or locally declared emergency.

Position Requirements

  • High school diploma or GED.
  • One or more years of experience operating forklift, pallet jack, and other standard warehouse equipment.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel; warehouse management systems experience preferred.
  • Ability to engage and direct volunteers.
  • Ability to interact with others in a diplomatic, courteous, and positive manner, maintaining a professional demeanor and respond with urgency when necessary.
  • Good verbal and written communication skills.
  • Good math skills with demonstrated attention to detail.
  • Self-directed, proactive, and independent problem-solver.
  • Ability to lift a minimum of 40 pounds in a labor-intensive environment.

Physical Requirements and Working Conditions
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the tasks outlined in this job description.

This position is primarily set in a warehouse environment with varying temperatures, including freezers and outdoor weather conditions. The position is regularly required to sit, stand, bend, twist, carry and lift objects up to 30 to 50 pounds. With forklift traffic in the facility and product stacked and stored throughout, this position requires someone who is mobile and who can hear and watch for traffic and normal hazards of a warehouse environment. Occasionally, this role is required to respond to organizational needs outside of normal working hours. The position is labor intensive and requires a fast pace.

Pee Dee

Part-Time Administrative Assistant

Position Overview
The Administrative Assistant will greet and provide direction and information to clients, visitors, and other guests of the organization.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Greets clients, visitors, and guests; determines the purpose of each person’s visit and directs or escorts him or her to the appropriate location.
  • Supports branch by handling administrative tasks as assigned by department heads.
  • Answers, screens, and directs phone calls to staff; takes messages and schedules appointments.
  • Receives mail, documents, packages, and courier deliveries and delivers or distributes items.
  • Performs branch administrative and clerical support tasks.
  • Performs basic filing and recordkeeping.
  • Other duties as assigned.

HHFB Team Member Accountabilities

  • Demonstrates a commitment to the HHFB mission and to fighting to end hunger in South Carolina.
  • Displays a desire to work with culturally diverse populations using a compassionate, collaborative, and respectful approach.
  • Supports a culture of continuous improvement by identifying and communicating process and safety improvements.
  • Follows all safety policies and procedures, including reporting all unsafe acts and behaviors, safety hazards, incidents, or accidents immediately.
  • Acknowledges that HHFB team members are considered emergency responders and may be called in to perform regular or emergent duties in instances of a federal, state or locally declared emergency.

Position Requirements

  • High school diploma or equivalent required; 2-year degree preferred.
  • Two years of experience in an administrative role.
  • Excellent verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously with frequent interruptions.
  • Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills.
  • Basic understanding of administrative and clerical procedures and systems.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software.
  • Ability to engage and direct volunteers.

Physical Requirements and Working Conditions
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the tasks outlined in this job description.

This position is primarily set in an office environment. The position requires prolonged periods of sitting. Occasionally, this role is required to respond to organizational needs outside of normal working hours.

Warehouse Manager

Position Overview
The purpose of this position is to oversee all shipping, receiving, warehousing of product, inventory counts, inventory controls and fleet management. The Warehouse Manager is accountable for managing the order selection process of products from receipt and processing of orders, to selection and delivery to their distribution points. The position is responsible for planning and delegating work assignments, meeting daily requirements, establishing performance standards, meeting objectives, and determining causes of variances.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Ensures operational excellence in all warehouse areas to include efficient operations of warehouse systems and related equipment, proper layout of warehouse and product placement, and ongoing maintenance and organization of all warehouse areas to always remain ready for tours.
  • Manages a staff of warehouse workers and drivers and handles all associated human resource activities, including hiring, performance management, training, and retention.
  • Submits and responds to ideas to improve associate engagement and enablement.
  • Drives continuous improvement and efficiency gains to reduce overall cost-to-serve and assists with the implementation of changes within inbound and outbound warehouse operations.
  • Maintains retail relationships for assigned counties and retail stores, ensuring pick up, reporting and good standing with HHFB; responsible for yearly in person meetings and manages to retail relationship survey results.
  • Identifies problems, proposes solutions to other members of management, promotes cooperation with other departments, and leads staff and peers to anticipate and solve problems and plan for upcoming events, seasonal changes.
  • Evaluates metrics and adjusts activities to meet or exceed performance expectations.
  • Coordinates efforts with the Safety Team to aid in training, conducting associate observations, up-dating preferred work methods, conducting accident investigations to determine root causes and routine safety inspections.
  • Ensures warehouse layout is optimally aligned for maximum efficiency as seasonality and inventory needs require.
  • Coordinates all activities concerned with inventory maintenance and the timely, cost efficient shipment of product to and from the warehouse; ensures a FEFO (first expired, first out) system is used for inventory.
  • Implements practices and policies to run the warehouse within budget and recommends budgetary changes and improvements to the Branch Director.
  • Reviews and recommends procedural changes to achieve and maintain accurate receiving and shipping of inventory and materials.
  • Ensures the warehouse, fleet vehicles and material handling equipment are prepared for all audits and complies with AIB, Feeding America and all other regulatory agency requirements.
  • Responsible for developing and revising retail routes for greatest efficiency and use of resources.
  • Maintains records of equipment maintenance, cleaning schedules, temperature logs and SDS sheets.
  • Monitor theft prevention safeguards to assure integrity of inventory.
  • Prepares reports on warehouse activities as requested.
  • All other duties as assigned.

HHFB Team Member Accountabilities

  • Demonstrates a commitment to the HHFB mission and to fighting to end hunger in South Carolina.
  • Displays a desire to work with culturally diverse populations using a compassionate, collaborative, and respectful approach.
  • Supports a culture of continuous improvement by identifying and communicating process and safety improvements.
  • Follows all safety policies and procedures, including reporting all unsafe acts and behaviors, safety hazards, incidents, or accidents immediately.
  • Acknowledges that HHFB team members are considered emergency responders and may be called in to perform regular or emergent duties in instances of a federal, state or locally declared emergency.

Position Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field preferred.
  • Five years or more warehousing and/or distribution operations experience.
  • Three years of experience supervising and leading a team.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to engage and direct volunteers.
  • Demonstrated personal leadership skills coupled with strong team orientation, exemplary project management skills and a high customer service focus.
  • Must have integrity, enthusiasm, perspective, flexibility, and a strong work ethic.
  • Must be an excellent problem solver with the ability to multi-task and strong organizational skills.
  • Ability to prioritize needs and work within budget restrictions.

Physical Requirements and Working Conditions
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the tasks outlined in this job description.

This position is primarily set in a warehouse environment with varying temperatures, including freezers and outdoor weather conditions. The position is regularly required to sit, stand, bend, twist, carry and lift objects up to 30 to 50 pounds. With forklift traffic in the facility and product stacked and stored throughout, this position requires someone who is mobile and who can hear and watch for traffic and normal hazards of a warehouse environment. Occasionally, this role is required to respond to organizational needs outside of normal working hours. The position is labor intensive and requires a fast pace.

Fulfillment Manager

Position Overview
The Fulfillment Manager is responsible for ensuring inventory is distributed safely and efficiently to identified distribution partners, including MFP, EFP, and Agency Distribution.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Establishes and maintains workflow processes as necessary to meet poundage delivery goals as well as performance standards.
  • Oversees the efficient and accurate flow of product through the facility by leading key staff in reporting, inventory, distribution, and quality control.
  • Directs, manages, supervises, evaluates, trains, and motivates fulfillment staff.
  • Oversees a strong partnership between Warehouse, Programs, MFP, and Agency Distribution.
  • Manages day-to-day supervision of Fulfillment Team including providing scheduling support and approve timecards, performing workload assignments, offering timely and constructive feedback to team members on an ongoing basis and through review process, and conducting training for team members as needed.
  • Works with the Director of Fulfillment to set distribution goals for specific location, plans and manages operations to achieve set goals.
  • Collaborates across teams to develop and implement new and innovative models of distribution as directed
  • Employs rigorous performance monitoring and prioritize program goals (i.e., output in meals, efficiency, client experience) to align with those established by Leadership.
  • Oversees existing and new programs relating to food logistics, including safety and compliance teams, volunteer programs, mobile pantry distributions and food resourcing.
  • Promotes open communication and information flow related to the department.
  • Evaluates metrics and adjusts activities to meet or exceed performance expectations.
  • Suggests efficiency ideas, cost reduction measures and assists with the implementation of changes within inbound and outbound warehouse operations.
  • Identifies problems, proposes solutions to peer members of management, and promotes cooperation with other departments.
  • Submits and responds to ideas to improve associate engagement and enablement.
  • Coordinates efforts with the Safety Team to aid in training, conducting associate observations, up-dating preferred work methods, conducting accident investigations to determine root causes and routine safety inspections.
  • Complies with food safety guidelines as required by HHFB policy and procedure, Feeding America, AIB and any other regulatory agencies.

HHFB Team Member Accountabilities

  • Demonstrates a commitment to the HHFB mission and to fighting to end hunger in South Carolina.
  • Displays a desire to work with culturally diverse populations using a compassionate, collaborative, and respectful approach.
  • Supports a culture of continuous improvement by identifying and communicating process and safety improvements.
  • Follows all safety policies and procedures, including reporting all unsafe acts and behaviors, safety hazards, incidents, or accidents immediately.
  • Acknowledges that HHFB team members are considered emergency responders and may be called in to perform regular or emergent duties in instances of a federal, state or locally declared emergency.

Position Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in Operations, Logistics, or related field.
  • Five or more years of distribution and/or warehouse management experience, preferably within the food industry.
  • High level of communication skills; professional and diplomatic ability to converse among multiple departments.
  • Demonstrated leadership skills and ability to develop, nurture, grow, and enable strengths within teams to promote success.
  • Experience working closely with internal management groups and ability to provide support as well as monitoring for results.
  • Analytical skills and ability to run technical reports and draw insight to lead decision making.

Physical Requirements and Working Conditions
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the tasks outlined in this job description.

This position is set both an office and a warehouse environment with varying temperatures, including freezers and outdoor weather conditions. The position is required to sit, stand, bend, twist, carry and lift objects up to 30 to 50 pounds. With forklift traffic in the facility and product stacked and stored throughout, this position requires someone who is mobile and who can hear and watch for traffic and normal hazards of a warehouse environment. Traveling during the day is required. Occasionally, this role must respond to organizational needs outside of normal working hours.

Shipping and Receiving Associate

Position Overview
The Shipping and Receiving Associate is responsible for supporting the Warehouse Manager by maintaining inventory counts and quality control procedures for incoming and outgoing product shipments. The associate is responsible for unloading delivery trucks and checking incoming shipments against product invoices, organizing, and storing shipments until they receive outgoing order requests and notifying the Warehouse Manager when product is not sufficient to fulfill orders. Overall, the associate is responsible for inventory accuracy, ordering, receiving, and shipping transactions as well as daily warehouse duties.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Collaborates with Warehouse Manager and Lead to direct the efficient movement of product in and out of warehouse safely and accurately using established HHFB inventory processes and procedures.
  • Monitors tracking of shipment schedules for both incoming and outgoing shipments.
  • Properly checks the items in inventory for damages or discrepancies.
  • Properly accounts for the location of incoming goods.
  • Assures no damaged items are sent or received.
  • Compares packing lists to company purchase orders and ensuring that the products in each delivery match the packing list.
  • Follows all warehouse safety procedures, including those related to material handling, food safety, and operating warehouse equipment.
  • Ensures a FEFO (first expired, first out) system is used for inventory.
  • Updates the product inventory as products are received and added to the inventory.
  • Packaging products for return to vendors and filling out any paperwork necessary.
  • Conducts the monthly inventory, counting and reconciliation.
  • Complies with AIB, Feeding America and other regulatory agency warehouse standards.
  • Ensure all required documentation necessary for compliance to occupational safety, food safety standards and regulatory requirements is complete, accurate and current.
  • Keeps warehouse clean and sanitized and conducts cleaning activities according to schedule.
  • Other warehouse duties as assigned.

HHFB Team Member Accountabilities

  • Demonstrates a commitment to the HHFB mission and to fighting to end hunger in South Carolina.
  • Displays a desire to work with culturally diverse populations using a compassionate, collaborative, and respectful approach.
  • Supports a culture of continuous improvement by identifying and communicating process and safety improvements.
  • Follows all safety policies and procedures, including reporting all unsafe acts and behaviors, safety hazards, incidents, or accidents immediately.
  • Acknowledges that HHFB team members are considered emergency responders and may be called in to perform regular or emergent duties in instances of a federal, state or locally declared emergency.

Position Requirements

  • High school diploma or GED required.
  • Two years of warehouse and forklift experience.
  • Prior supervisory or team lead experience preferred.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead others and take direction with minimal supervision.
  • Good verbal and written communication skills.
  • Good math skills with demonstrated attention to detail.
  • Ability to work steadily and independently with minimal supervision.
  • Able to operate forklift, pallet jack, and other standard warehouse equipment.
  • Ability to lift a minimum of 40 pounds in a labor-intensive environment.
  • Working knowledge of basic principles of inventory management and ability to use scan guns and inventory software.
  • Ability to engage and direct volunteers.

Physical Requirements and Working Conditions
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the tasks outlined in this job description.

This position is primarily set in a warehouse environment with varying temperatures, including freezers and outdoor weather conditions. The position is regularly required to sit, stand, bend, twist, carry and lift objects up to 30 to 50 pounds. With forklift traffic in the facility and product stacked and stored throughout, this position requires someone who is mobile and who can hear and watch for traffic and normal hazards of a warehouse environment.

Occasionally, this role is required to respond to organizational needs outside of normal working hours. The position is labor intensive and requires a fast pace.

Fulfillment Associate

Position Overview
The Fulfillment Associate Is responsible for storing, staging, and packing food products. This role works closely with our Fulfillment Team and volunteers, pulling and distributing product orders for our partner agencies and programs.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Stores, stages, and packs product safely and accurately using established HHFB inventory processes and procedures.
  • Ensures pick locations remain full; restacks and rearranges product for maximum efficiency.
  • Executes timely pulling of large delivery orders in order of importance.
  • Checks all orders to verify accuracy.
  • Restocks product as needed following specific food storage guidelines.
  • Trains and directs volunteers on distribution and pulling procedures, reinforcing safe work behavior.
  • Monitors picking area, making sure that only designated people are present, i.e., HHFB staff and volunteers.
  • Verifies pick bins and work with Inventory and Quality Assurance Manager to ensure accuracy.
  • Assists in maintaining accurate inventory counts and researches inventory to verify zeros as needed.
  • Assists in pulling product from warehouse to pick slots.
  • Replenishes distribution bins.
  • Loads and unloads trucks.
  • Keeps work area organized and sanitized.
  • Secures distribution area at end of shift.
  • Complies with AIB, Feeding America and other regulatory agency warehouse standards.
  • Other duties as assigned

HHFB Team Member Accountabilities

  • Demonstrates a commitment to the HHFB mission and to fighting to end hunger in South Carolina.
  • Displays a desire to work with culturally diverse populations using a compassionate, collaborative, and respectful approach.
  • Supports a culture of continuous improvement by identifying and communicating process and safety improvements.
  • Follows all safety policies and procedures, including reporting all unsafe acts and behaviors, safety hazards, incidents, or accidents immediately.
  • Acknowledges that HHFB team members are considered emergency responders and may be called in to perform regular or emergent duties in instances of a federal, state or locally declared emergency.

Position Requirements

  • High school diploma or GED.
  • One or more years of experience operating forklift, pallet jack, and other standard warehouse equipment.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel; warehouse management systems experience preferred.
  • Ability to engage and direct volunteers.
  • Ability to interact with others in a diplomatic, courteous, and positive manner, maintaining a professional demeanor and respond with urgency when necessary.
  • Good verbal and written communication skills.
  • Good math skills with demonstrated attention to detail.
  • Self-directed, proactive, and independent problem-solver.
  • Ability to lift a minimum of 40 pounds in a labor-intensive environment.

Physical Requirements and Working Conditions
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the tasks outlined in this job description.

This position is primarily set in a warehouse environment with varying temperatures, including freezers and outdoor weather conditions. The position is regularly required to sit, stand, bend, twist, carry and lift objects up to 30 to 50 pounds. With forklift traffic in the facility and product stacked and stored throughout, this position requires someone who is mobile and who can hear and watch for traffic and normal hazards of a warehouse environment. Occasionally, this role is required to respond to organizational needs outside of normal working hours. The position is labor intensive and requires a fast pace.

 

 

 

Upstate

Part-Time Administrative Assistant

Position Overview
The Administrative Assistant will greet and provide direction and information to clients, visitors, and other guests of the organization.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Greets clients, visitors, and guests; determines the purpose of each person’s visit and directs or escorts him or her to the appropriate location.
  • Supports branch by handling administrative tasks as assigned by department heads.
  • Answers, screens, and directs phone calls to staff; takes messages and schedules appointments.
  • Receives mail, documents, packages, and courier deliveries and delivers or distributes items.
  • Performs branch administrative and clerical support tasks.
  • Performs basic filing and recordkeeping.
  • Other duties as assigned.

HHFB Team Member Accountabilities

  • Demonstrates a commitment to the HHFB mission and to fighting to end hunger in South Carolina.
  • Displays a desire to work with culturally diverse populations using a compassionate, collaborative, and respectful approach.
  • Supports a culture of continuous improvement by identifying and communicating process and safety improvements.
  • Follows all safety policies and procedures, including reporting all unsafe acts and behaviors, safety hazards, incidents, or accidents immediately.
  • Acknowledges that HHFB team members are considered emergency responders and may be called in to perform regular or emergent duties in instances of a federal, state or locally declared emergency.

Position Requirements

  • High school diploma or equivalent required; 2-year degree preferred.
  • Two years of experience in an administrative role.
  • Excellent verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously with frequent interruptions.
  • Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills.
  • Basic understanding of administrative and clerical procedures and systems.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software.
  • Ability to engage and direct volunteers.

Physical Requirements and Working Conditions
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the tasks outlined in this job description.

This position is primarily set in an office environment. The position requires prolonged periods of sitting. Occasionally, this role is required to respond to organizational needs outside of normal working hours.

Warehouse Manager

Position Overview
The purpose of this position is to oversee all shipping, receiving, warehousing of product, inventory counts, inventory controls and fleet management. The Warehouse Manager is accountable for managing the order selection process of products from receipt and processing of orders, to selection and delivery to their distribution points. The position is responsible for planning and delegating work assignments, meeting daily requirements, establishing performance standards, meeting objectives, and determining causes of variances.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Ensures operational excellence in all warehouse areas to include efficient operations of warehouse systems and related equipment, proper layout of warehouse and product placement, and ongoing maintenance and organization of all warehouse areas to always remain ready for tours.
  • Manages a staff of warehouse workers and drivers and handles all associated human resource activities, including hiring, performance management, training, and retention.
  • Submits and responds to ideas to improve associate engagement and enablement.
  • Drives continuous improvement and efficiency gains to reduce overall cost-to-serve and assists with the implementation of changes within inbound and outbound warehouse operations.
  • Maintains retail relationships for assigned counties and retail stores, ensuring pick up, reporting and good standing with HHFB; responsible for yearly in person meetings and manages to retail relationship survey results.
  • Identifies problems, proposes solutions to other members of management, promotes cooperation with other departments, and leads staff and peers to anticipate and solve problems and plan for upcoming events, seasonal changes.
  • Evaluates metrics and adjusts activities to meet or exceed performance expectations.
  • Coordinates efforts with the Safety Team to aid in training, conducting associate observations, up-dating preferred work methods, conducting accident investigations to determine root causes and routine safety inspections.
  • Ensures warehouse layout is optimally aligned for maximum efficiency as seasonality and inventory needs require.
  • Coordinates all activities concerned with inventory maintenance and the timely, cost efficient shipment of product to and from the warehouse; ensures a FEFO (first expired, first out) system is used for inventory.
  • Implements practices and policies to run the warehouse within budget and recommends budgetary changes and improvements to the Branch Director.
  • Reviews and recommends procedural changes to achieve and maintain accurate receiving and shipping of inventory and materials.
  • Ensures the warehouse, fleet vehicles and material handling equipment are prepared for all audits and complies with AIB, Feeding America and all other regulatory agency requirements.
  • Responsible for developing and revising retail routes for greatest efficiency and use of resources.
  • Maintains records of equipment maintenance, cleaning schedules, temperature logs and SDS sheets.
  • Monitor theft prevention safeguards to assure integrity of inventory.
  • Prepares reports on warehouse activities as requested.
  • All other duties as assigned.

HHFB Team Member Accountabilities

  • Demonstrates a commitment to the HHFB mission and to fighting to end hunger in South Carolina.
  • Displays a desire to work with culturally diverse populations using a compassionate, collaborative, and respectful approach.
  • Supports a culture of continuous improvement by identifying and communicating process and safety improvements.
  • Follows all safety policies and procedures, including reporting all unsafe acts and behaviors, safety hazards, incidents, or accidents immediately.
  • Acknowledges that HHFB team members are considered emergency responders and may be called in to perform regular or emergent duties in instances of a federal, state or locally declared emergency.

Position Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field preferred.
  • Five years or more warehousing and/or distribution operations experience.
  • Three years of experience supervising and leading a team.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to engage and direct volunteers.
  • Demonstrated personal leadership skills coupled with strong team orientation, exemplary project management skills and a high customer service focus.
  • Must have integrity, enthusiasm, perspective, flexibility, and a strong work ethic.
  • Must be an excellent problem solver with the ability to multi-task and strong organizational skills.
  • Ability to prioritize needs and work within budget restrictions.

Physical Requirements and Working Conditions
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the tasks outlined in this job description.

This position is primarily set in a warehouse environment with varying temperatures, including freezers and outdoor weather conditions. The position is regularly required to sit, stand, bend, twist, carry and lift objects up to 30 to 50 pounds. With forklift traffic in the facility and product stacked and stored throughout, this position requires someone who is mobile and who can hear and watch for traffic and normal hazards of a warehouse environment. Occasionally, this role is required to respond to organizational needs outside of normal working hours. The position is labor intensive and requires a fast pace.

Fulfillment Manager

Position Overview
The Fulfillment Manager is responsible for ensuring inventory is distributed safely and efficiently to identified distribution partners, including MFP, EFP, and Agency Distribution.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Establishes and maintains workflow processes as necessary to meet poundage delivery goals as well as performance standards.
  • Oversees the efficient and accurate flow of product through the facility by leading key staff in reporting, inventory, distribution, and quality control.
  • Directs, manages, supervises, evaluates, trains, and motivates fulfillment staff.
  • Oversees a strong partnership between Warehouse, Programs, MFP, and Agency Distribution.
  • Manages day-to-day supervision of Fulfillment Team including providing scheduling support and approve timecards, performing workload assignments, offering timely and constructive feedback to team members on an ongoing basis and through review process, and conducting training for team members as needed.
  • Works with the Director of Fulfillment to set distribution goals for specific location, plans and manages operations to achieve set goals.
  • Collaborates across teams to develop and implement new and innovative models of distribution as directed
  • Employs rigorous performance monitoring and prioritize program goals (i.e., output in meals, efficiency, client experience) to align with those established by Leadership.
  • Oversees existing and new programs relating to food logistics, including safety and compliance teams, volunteer programs, mobile pantry distributions and food resourcing.
  • Promotes open communication and information flow related to the department.
  • Evaluates metrics and adjusts activities to meet or exceed performance expectations.
  • Suggests efficiency ideas, cost reduction measures and assists with the implementation of changes within inbound and outbound warehouse operations.
  • Identifies problems, proposes solutions to peer members of management, and promotes cooperation with other departments.
  • Submits and responds to ideas to improve associate engagement and enablement.
  • Coordinates efforts with the Safety Team to aid in training, conducting associate observations, up-dating preferred work methods, conducting accident investigations to determine root causes and routine safety inspections.
  • Complies with food safety guidelines as required by HHFB policy and procedure, Feeding America, AIB and any other regulatory agencies.

HHFB Team Member Accountabilities

  • Demonstrates a commitment to the HHFB mission and to fighting to end hunger in South Carolina.
  • Displays a desire to work with culturally diverse populations using a compassionate, collaborative, and respectful approach.
  • Supports a culture of continuous improvement by identifying and communicating process and safety improvements.
  • Follows all safety policies and procedures, including reporting all unsafe acts and behaviors, safety hazards, incidents, or accidents immediately.
  • Acknowledges that HHFB team members are considered emergency responders and may be called in to perform regular or emergent duties in instances of a federal, state or locally declared emergency.

Position Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in Operations, Logistics, or related field.
  • Five or more years of distribution and/or warehouse management experience, preferably within the food industry.
  • High level of communication skills; professional and diplomatic ability to converse among multiple departments.
  • Demonstrated leadership skills and ability to develop, nurture, grow, and enable strengths within teams to promote success.
  • Experience working closely with internal management groups and ability to provide support as well as monitoring for results.
  • Analytical skills and ability to run technical reports and draw insight to lead decision making.

Physical Requirements and Working Conditions
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the tasks outlined in this job description.

This position is set both an office and a warehouse environment with varying temperatures, including freezers and outdoor weather conditions. The position is required to sit, stand, bend, twist, carry and lift objects up to 30 to 50 pounds. With forklift traffic in the facility and product stacked and stored throughout, this position requires someone who is mobile and who can hear and watch for traffic and normal hazards of a warehouse environment. Traveling during the day is required. Occasionally, this role must respond to organizational needs outside of normal working hours.

Warehouse Associate

Position Overview
The Warehouse Associate is responsible for loading and unloading product throughout the warehouse. The associate is responsible for following all processes to properly store product using effective warehousing and inventory management principles to ensure the safe handling of all product.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Moves product in and out of warehouse safely and accurately using established HHFB inventory processes and procedures.
  • Ensures shipping documents display the correct product description and quantities before loads leave the facility.
  • Verifies product received against receiving documents and timely reports any discrepancies and damage.
  • Follows all warehouse safety procedures, including those related to material handling, food safety, and operating warehouse equipment.
  • Ensures a FEFO (first expired, first out) system is used for inventory.
  • Assists in facilitating monthly inventory, counting and reconciliation.
  • Complies with AIB, Feeding America and other regulatory agency warehouse standards.
  • Ensure all required documentation necessary for compliance to occupational safety, food safety standards and regulatory requirements is complete, accurate and current.
  • Keeps warehouse clean and sanitized and conducts cleaning activities according to schedule.
  • Other duties as assigned.

HHFB Team Member Accountabilities

  • Demonstrates a commitment to the HHFB mission and to fighting to end hunger in South Carolina.
  • Displays a desire to work with culturally diverse populations using a compassionate, collaborative, and respectful approach.
  • Supports a culture of continuous improvement by identifying and communicating process and safety improvements.
  • Follows all safety policies and procedures, including reporting all unsafe acts and behaviors, safety hazards, incidents, or accidents immediately.
  • Acknowledges that HHFB team members are considered emergency responders and may be called in to perform regular or emergent duties in instances of a federal, state or locally declared emergency.

Position Requirements

  • High school diploma or GED required.
  • One year of warehouse and forklift experience preferred.
  • Good verbal and written communication skills.
  • Good math skills with demonstrated attention to detail.
  • Ability to work steadily and independently with minimal supervision.
  • Able to operate forklift, pallet jack, and other standard warehouse equipment.
  • Ability to lift a minimum of 40 pounds in a labor-intensive environment.
  • Working knowledge of basic principles of inventory management and ability to use scan guns and inventory software.
  • Ability to engage and direct volunteers.

Physical Requirements and Working Conditions
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the tasks outlined in this job description.

This position is primarily set in a warehouse environment with varying temperatures, including freezers and outdoor weather conditions. The position is regularly required to sit, stand, bend, twist, carry and lift objects up to 30 to 50 pounds. With forklift traffic in the facility and product stacked and stored throughout, this position requires someone who is mobile and who can hear and watch for traffic and normal hazards of a warehouse environment. Occasionally, this role is required to respond to organizational needs outside of normal working hours. The position is labor intensive and requires a fast pace.

Fulfillment Associate

Position Overview
The Fulfillment Associate Is responsible for storing, staging, and packing food products. This role works closely with our Fulfillment Team and volunteers, pulling and distributing product orders for our partner agencies and programs.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Stores, stages, and packs product safely and accurately using established HHFB inventory processes and procedures.
  • Ensures pick locations remain full; restacks and rearranges product for maximum efficiency.
  • Executes timely pulling of large delivery orders in order of importance.
  • Checks all orders to verify accuracy.
  • Restocks product as needed following specific food storage guidelines.
  • Trains and directs volunteers on distribution and pulling procedures, reinforcing safe work behavior.
  • Monitors picking area, making sure that only designated people are present, i.e., HHFB staff and volunteers.
  • Verifies pick bins and work with Inventory and Quality Assurance Manager to ensure accuracy.
  • Assists in maintaining accurate inventory counts and researches inventory to verify zeros as needed.
  • Assists in pulling product from warehouse to pick slots.
  • Replenishes distribution bins.
  • Loads and unloads trucks.
  • Keeps work area organized and sanitized.
  • Secures distribution area at end of shift.
  • Complies with AIB, Feeding America and other regulatory agency warehouse standards.
  • Other duties as assigned

HHFB Team Member Accountabilities

  • Demonstrates a commitment to the HHFB mission and to fighting to end hunger in South Carolina.
  • Displays a desire to work with culturally diverse populations using a compassionate, collaborative, and respectful approach.
  • Supports a culture of continuous improvement by identifying and communicating process and safety improvements.
  • Follows all safety policies and procedures, including reporting all unsafe acts and behaviors, safety hazards, incidents, or accidents immediately.
  • Acknowledges that HHFB team members are considered emergency responders and may be called in to perform regular or emergent duties in instances of a federal, state or locally declared emergency.

Position Requirements

  • High school diploma or GED.
  • One or more years of experience operating forklift, pallet jack, and other standard warehouse equipment.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel; warehouse management systems experience preferred.
  • Ability to engage and direct volunteers.
  • Ability to interact with others in a diplomatic, courteous, and positive manner, maintaining a professional demeanor and respond with urgency when necessary.
  • Good verbal and written communication skills.
  • Good math skills with demonstrated attention to detail.
  • Self-directed, proactive, and independent problem-solver.
  • Ability to lift a minimum of 40 pounds in a labor-intensive environment.

Physical Requirements and Working Conditions
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the tasks outlined in this job description.

This position is primarily set in a warehouse environment with varying temperatures, including freezers and outdoor weather conditions. The position is regularly required to sit, stand, bend, twist, carry and lift objects up to 30 to 50 pounds. With forklift traffic in the facility and product stacked and stored throughout, this position requires someone who is mobile and who can hear and watch for traffic and normal hazards of a warehouse environment. Occasionally, this role is required to respond to organizational needs outside of normal working hours. The position is labor intensive and requires a fast pace.


Harvest Hope Food Bank is an equal opportunity employer and embraces a philosophy that recognizes and values diversity. Our goal is to attract, develop, retain and promote a talented diverse workforce in a culture where all employees will contribute to their fullest potential. This description provides information regarding the essential functions of the designated job and the general nature and level of work associated with the position. It should not be interpreted to describe all the duties whose performance may be required of such employees or be used to limit the nature and extent of assignments the individual may be given. This position description does not constitute an employment agreement or contract.