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Careers

The Food Bank offers rewarding employment opportunities for people who want to make a difference in their community. More than 100 Food Bank employees work together to provide food assistance to 116,000 people each month and advocate for policies that end hunger and its root causes.

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What do you do at the Food Bank? Leading the inventory and distribution team to focus on areas that need food throughout Alameda County. Also, develop, manage, and maintain the integrity of the Food Bank’s inventory practices and procedures.

What do you look forward to when you come to work? I’m proactively working with our network agencies, other nonprofit organizations, and government agencies to find food desert areas in Alameda County. This ensures people who live in those areas are fed.

What’s your favorite part about working at the Food Bank? We send food to children, adults, and seniors who live in our community every day to make sure they don’t worry about where their next meal will come from.

What do you do at the Food Bank? As an Agency Services Coordinator I am responsible for making sure that our agency partners feel supported in their service to the community. I also handle the grant reporting processes for USDA, Emergency Food Box Program, and the City of Hayward agencies.

What do you look forward to when you come to work? I love coming to work and chatting with my supervisor. She and I get along very well and she is very supportive. This is the first organization I have worked with where I can say that.

What’s your favorite part about working at the Food Bank? I love resolving any challenges that our agency partners may have. Knowing that I have left someone in a better state than when I found them is what gives me the greatest joy.