PUTTING PEOPLE FIRST
Foodlink is an nonprofit organization with a welcoming culture and a dedicated staff that comes together each day to serve our community.
We offer a wide variety of job opportunities and careers — all of which support our mission of leveraging the power of food to end hunger and build healthier communities.
How to apply
Everyone is welcome here. Foodlink is an equal opportunity employer. Our policy strictly prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, genetics, veteran or disability status.
Apply in person: Application can be dropped off at Foodlink’s main offices:
1999 Mt. Read Blvd.
Rochester, NY 14615
Apply via email: Send cover letter, resume and/or application to email@example.com
Apply online: Check out Foodlink’s career page at Indeed.com
Compassion – Treat all with dignity & respect; build kinship with those we serve
Innovation – Say yes; avoid complacency, risk failure in the pursuit of ending hunger.
Collaboration – Build a shared vision, create synergies, maximize resources.
Agility – Respond urgently to the ever-changing needs of our community.
Stewardship – Maximize the impact of every dollar, donation and asset.
The Industrial Cleaners’ (IC) primary responsibility is to perform routine cleaning to maintain the cleanliness of Foodlink food processing rooms and distribution center. Under the supervision of the Safety & Facilities Manager (SFM), the IC will be responsible for completing cleaning checklists and deep cleaning schedules to assure all areas of responsibility meet food safety and sanitation requirements.
Distribution Center Manager
The Distribution Center Manager (DCM) directs warehouse activities that support inventory, food sourcing and procurement, member services and all other Foodlink programs as needed. The DCM must work collaboratively with managers and employees across all Foodlink departments in order to properly support their distribution needs. The DCM coordinates all day-to-day distribution operations to ensure accurate shipping and receiving, order picking, and all other distribution needs. The DCM is responsible for direct supervision, management and development of warehouse staff as well as the daily oversight of community service volunteers.
Curbside Market Supervisor
The Curbside Market Supervisor position will provide leadership, staff development, and administrative and operational oversight to Foodlink’s Curbside Market. The Curbside Market Supervisor will develop and support the Curbside Market Team to ensure a strong, efficient, and effective program. They will support the Director of Community Health Programs to maximize the impact of the Curbside Market to build health and community with individuals by increasing access to fresh, quality, and affordable food. Curbside Market is a community-based program with diverse customers, staff and many moving parts. An ideal candidate will enjoy being able to adapt and be decisive in a fast-paced, evolving environment. The Curbside Market Supervisor will also be able to collaborate well with both internal and external partners. The ultimate goal of the Curbside Operations Supervisor is to ensure that Curbside Market continues to operate safely and reliably while meeting the needs of the community.
Driver – CDL-B
Foodlink drivers are responsible for the pickup and delivery of food items for various programs and departments within the organization. Daily routes within Foodlink’s 10 county service area are assigned by the Fleet Manager and may change on a daily basis in order to create efficiencies and meet the needs of the organization. Foodlink drivers are expected to complete routes in a timely fashion while maintaining a safe work environment in accordance with company, department of transportation and food safety standards.
The Anti-Hunger and Opportunity Corps (AHOC) is a nationwide AmeriCorps VISTA program, sponsored by the New York City Coalition Against Hunger (NYCCAH), that partners with some of the nation’s most effective and innovative anti-hunger nonprofit organizations which support NYCCAH’s mission of “moving families beyond the soup kitchen.” AHOC engages those who commit a year of their life as community change agents in this best practices originating and highly commended program by way of new project implementation, capacity building, volunteer management and community support building while simultaneously breaking down barriers and providing improved access to healthful, nutritious foods via nutrition education and benefits utilization.