The Children’s Hunger Project (TCHP) has an immediate opening for an Operations Manager to join our team! Reporting the the Executive Director and working with close-knit staff, the right candidate would be responsible for day-to-day operations, creating and managing organizational budgets, and be the primary liaison with local schools for their weekend food package needs.
- Maintain a food budget, ordering and inventory
- Coordinate food deliveries
- Manage volunteer drivers and schedules/deliveries
- Manage volunteers in packing delivery bags throughout the week and coordinate volunteers in our warehouse
- Primary liaison between all schools served by TCHP
- Coordinate with partner organizations assisting in our mission
- Maintain warehouse for proper storage and cleanliness
- Drive and manage maintenance and fuel on TCHP’s delivery truck
- Operate a pallet jack
- Assist with events as needed, to include some evenings and weekends
- At least 5 years of experience in administration, logistics, and operations
- Able to lift 60 pounds multiple times and repeatedly
- Flexible to work some early mornings, evenings and weekends
- Proficient in Microsoft Office with the ability to create and maintain spreadsheets, providing reports as needed
As a small nonprofit, with food prepped, packed and distributed by volunteers, we are looking for an individual who is committed to team-building, helping keep our overhead low, and adaptable to a changing environment during these challenging times. Reliable and consistent transportation is a must.
The Children’s Hunger Project offers competitive pay, paid holidays, a fun and rewarding work environment, and an opportunity to support our local community by helping feed hungry children.
To apply, please send your resume or visit us at 1855 W. King Street in Cocoa to complete an application. Please call in advance to ensure someone is available to meet you there 321-610-1900.
The Children’s Hunger Project is a Brevard County non-profit organization that provides school-age children packages of food to bring home each Friday. These are children whom teachers know are at risk of weekend hunger, and who qualify for free or reduced-priced lunches at their school. On Monday, the kids return to school with a better and healthier foundation for learning. Our goal is to ensure that elementary school children, at least on weekends, will have basic nutrition. TCHP has consistently provided weekend meals without missing a single week since 2010.
Please visit our website to learn more.
The Children’s Hunger Project provides equal opportunities for applicants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.