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Warehouse Manager

 

WAREHOUSE MANAGER

JOB DESCRIPTION

 

 

Reports to:  Food Bank Manager

Position Summary:  The Warehouse Manager is responsible for the management and maintenance of the Food Bank Warehouse, ensuring a clean, safe, and organized environment and a well-stocked food supply to benefit customers of the Chandler Food Bank program. Also responsible the daily transportation and inventory of donated food, and maintenance and safe handling of the vehicles, machinery, and tools used in the course of daily business. Represents the agency in the community and among donors and suppliers.

 

Duties include:

Warehouse Management

  • Maintain a clean, well organized, and safe arrangement and storage of food items in the food bank warehouse.
  • Inspect product donations to assure that safety and sanitation standards are met.
  • Store refrigerated and frozen products in appropriate areas in cooler and freezer with identifying tags. Dry product is put in proper location.
  • Have working knowledge of Feeding America’s warehouse practices and pertinent manuals and materials related to food bank operations
  • Rotate warehouse items as appropriate
  • Ensure warehouse equipment, vehicles and facilities are in good working order; conduct or schedule preventative maintenance on vehicles, as needed and comply with ADOT regulations and maintain proper vehicle logs on a daily basis.
  • Assure cleanliness of equipment, vehicles and entire warehouse.
  • Ensure all food storage areas meet health code requirements and receives excellent ratings on health inspections.
  • Observe safety practices while in the warehouse as well as operating warehouse equipment including, but not limited to, the forklift and Food Bank delivery vehicles. Alert Food Bank Manager of unsafe conditions/practices.
  • Train, coordinate schedules and monitor warehouse volunteers
  • Ensure the safety of all persons entering and departing the warehouse. Ensure the training and adherence of safe practices by all staff, volunteers and agency representatives working in or visiting the food bank warehouse.
  • Maintain all current licenses, certifications and medical cards in accordance with State and Federal mandated requirements.
  • Assure compliance with safety standards, AZ Department of Health, ADOT and AZ Dept of Agriculture regulation and with all Feeding America warehouse operations standards

Food Handling

  • Coordinate the pick up, unloading, and proper storage of donated foods from food drives, stores, restaurants, gleaning (post-harvesting) and other entities.
  • Drive truck / van to pick up donations from stores and organizations in a timely manner
  • Develop and implement efficient delivery schedules and routes
  • Receive donated food; weigh and record receipt of food, sort and eliminate food items unfit for distribution to clients.

Record Keeping

  • Maintain records and inventory and prepares reports as required.
  • Ensure inventory information is accurate, reliable and accessible; spot check inventory monthly. Notify Food Bank Manager of any risk for shortages or inadequate supply to meet client needs.
  • Prepare documentation for shipping, receiving, unloading, and warehousing of product, as defined by CCCC policies and procedures, and ensure accurate computer entry of inventory data to ensure uniformity and quality to maximize efficiency and provide accurate and detailed reports.
  • Maintain accurate records of vehicle operations and maintenance on a daily basis.
  • Record fuel usage as well as miles/time data as required by food bank and other regulatory entities

Customer Service

  • Maintain positive relations with agencies, food bank staff, donors and volunteers to foster continued support and a professional working relationship.
  • Provide excellent customer service to agency customers
  • Promote team culture in all working relationships with staff and volunteers
  • Work with volunteers when assigned to do so. Provide those volunteers with guidance as needed.

 Other Duties:

  • Keep Food Bank Manager informed of trends, concerns, successes, and other issues requiring attention.
  • Training and other duties as assigned

 Qualifications and Experience:

  • High school diploma/GED and a minimum of two years post-secondary education; Bachelor’s Degree in related field preferred.
  • Two years related work experience in a similar position preferred
  • A combination of post-secondary education and related work experience that totals a minimum of four years (combined) may be considered in lieu of a Bachelor’s degree.
  • Must be able to work 40 hours/week; Monday through Friday. Flexibility to work some evenings/weekends
    • Demonstrated ability to operate forklift and other warehouse equipment; a minimum of one year preferred
      • Knowledge of safe food handling/storage, product rotation and warehousing best practices.
    • Ability to lift and/or move items weighing up to 70 pounds consistently, up to 250 pounds occasionally, and to push items that may weigh up to 1,800 pounds.
    • Frequent lifting and bending; full range of motion in lower and upper extremities and use of back; long periods of standing
    • Must be able to withstand temperature changes from repeated exposure to cold while working with inventory in CCCC’s walk-in refrigerator and freezer
    • Demonstrates dependability, service attitude, and strong organizational skills
    • Strong math and written communication skills and able to interface with internal and external customers.
    • Bilingual preferred with the ability to write, read and speak both in Spanish and English.
    • Ability to work in a team environment.
    • Strong computer skills including Internet and Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel) and internet-based applications.
    • Works well independently with minimum supervision in determining most efficient and cost-effective methods to conduct warehouse operations and transportation services.
      • Knowledge of warehouse operations, practices, procedures and standards.
      • Positive attitude and ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously
      • Excellent interpersonal and relationship skills
      • Ability to supervise a diverse group of volunteers
      • Experience working with volunteers and/or clients from diverse backgrounds
        • Must have a valid Arizona Driver’s License and a clean driving record and be responsible for any traffic violations whether moving or parking occurring during the course of business

Title: Warehouse Manager

Description: Chandler Christian Community Center is seeking a full time Warehouse Manager to manage and maintain the Food Bank Warehouse, ensuring a clean, safe, and organized environment and a well-stocked food supply to benefit customers of the Chandler Food Bank program.  Also responsible for the daily transportation and inventory of donated food, and maintenance and safe handling of the vehicles, machinery, and tools used in the course of daily business.  Represents the agency in the community and among donors and suppliers.  Has working knowledge of Feeding America’s warehouse practices and pertinent manuals and materials related to food bank operations.  Rotates warehouse items as appropriate and ensures all food storage areas meet health code requirements. Trains, coordinates, schedules and monitors warehouse volunteers.  Maintains all current licenses and certifications and assures compliance with safety and operations standards.

Qualifications: High school diploma/GED and two years post-secondary education. Two years supervision related work experience preferred.  Ability to operate forklift and other warehouse equipment.  Knowledge of safe food handling/storage, product rotation and warehousing best practices.  Ability to lift and/or move items weighing up to 70 pounds consistently, up to 250 pounds occasionally, and to push items that may weigh up to 1,800 pounds.  Frequent lifting, bending with long periods of standing. Strong oral and written communication skills and ability to interface with internal and external customers.  Strong computer skills including Internet and Microsoft Office applications.  Capable of managing multiple tasks with strong problems solving skills.  Strong organizational skills and the ability to work independently with minimal supervision.  Bilingual English/Spanish preferred.  Valid Arizona Driver’s License and current automobile insurance.

How to Apply: Full job description may be found at www.chandlerfoodbank.org.  Candidates should email a resume and cover letter to Tracey Washington at tracey@chandlerfoodbank.org.

Organization: Chandler Christian Community Center

Website:www.chandlerfoodbank.org

Contact information: Tracey Washington, tracey@chandlerfoodbank.org

 

 

Empty Bowls

“Bringing art to your table and food to your community.”

Empty Bowls 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Liberty Market Food Drive

Liberty Market Holds Food Drive for CCCC.  Please Support!

Liberty Market Holds Food Drive for CCCC.
Please Support!

Special Thanks

Thank you  J.D. Byrider for your generous donation that will aid our community!

Thank you J.D. Byrider for your generous donation that will aid our community!

A Sidewalk was Born!

After several volunteer experiences running carts during Friday food bank distribution, Jack Croom was inspired to make CCCC the recipient of his Eagle Scout project, taking on the challenge of constructing a sidewalk on the back side of our building. With the support of his father, Phil Croom, and Talis Construction Corporation he turned a vision into a reality.

We are so thankful for this offering and are excited to see the completion of the next phase of his project; a hand built outdoor utility cabinet!

Forms Set

Forms Set

Talis Construction Corporation preparing for the pour.

Talis Construction Corporation preparing for the pour.

Proud Moment

Proud Moment

Success!

Success!

Chandler Gilbert Community College went "Into the Streets" Thank you for painting our sorting room!

Chandler Gilbert Community College went “Into the Streets” Thank you for painting our sorting room!

Chandler Gilbert Community College went "Into the Streets" Thank you for refreshing our Born Learning Trail!

Chandler Gilbert Community College went “Into the Streets” Thank you for refreshing our Born Learning Trail!

An Enlightening Experience

Empty Bowls is an event where art meets hunger, compassion and advocacy; where talented artists create beautiful ceramic bowls and offer them for a small contribution of $10.

Chandler Gilbert Community College is hosting their first Empty Bowls event. All donations will go to Chandler Christian Community Center to support our efforts in feeding those in the local community who might otherwise go without food.

We’d love to see you there!

Join us on World Hunger Day to purchase your own hand-crafted bowl and enjoy a cup of chef-made soup and delightful entertainment.

Date: Wednesday, Oct. 16th

Location: 2626 E. Pecos Road Chandler, AZ 85225 in the Student Pavilion

Time: 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Questions: Contact Service – Learning (480)-857-5274 or e-mail alex.cannell@cgc.edu

A partnership between Chandler-Gilbert Community College and Chandler Christian Community Center

CEO of CCCC has a SNAP experience

Empty Bowls

“Bringing art to your table, and food to the community”

 

 

 

 

 

Exciting News

We are happy to report that you can now find CCCC on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

We are also in the process of updating our website and look forward to sharing a more interactive experience with you soon!

Have a blessed day

Donate

Donations Payments Now Accepted Online:

Arizona Tax Credit

State taxpayers who contribute to CCCC can receive a dollar for dollar tax credit through the Working Poor Tax Credit. Couples filing jointly can receive up to $400 back and single taxpayers can receive up to $200. Make your donation by December 31st each year.

By The Numbers

Fiscal Year 2013/2014 CCCC Stats

Food Bank
CCCC's Food Bank distributed 18,657 food boxes. That was enough food to feed 65,231 individuals for at least 3 days (11,817 unique individuals).  We received 983,580 pounds of donated food from various partners.
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Family Resource Center
10,637 hours of instruction and services were provided to children and adults through our Family Resource Center Programming.
1,619 individuals were beneficiaries of SNAP and AHCCCS dollars.
I-HELP (Interfaith Homeless Emergency Lodging Program) provided 1,683 bed nights to 182 unduplicated individuals. 
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Community Action Program
Our Community Action Program provided supportive services, case management, referrals and financial assistance to over 13,031 community members, preventing 2,361 utility disconnects and 380 evictions totaling $1,268,822. 
Our VITA, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, prepared 198 returns, recovering $244,468 in federal refunds and $40,600 in state refunds. 
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Senior Centers
The Chandler and Gilbert Senior Centers provided 33,626 meals at their respective locations and 35,228 home delivered meals to homebound seniors. A total of 68,854 meals were provided to 1,182 individuals!
The center disbursed 71,737 tickets for transportation to and from the centers where 1,083 senior activities and classes were provided with a total 20,905 participants. 
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Events
Through collaboration with the City of Chandler and other area organizations, we assisted over 3,200 children with backpacks, school supplies and clothing for Back to School in 2013.
 
Over 1,400 children participated in Operation Santa in 2013 and received toys, books, candy, and more. 
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Volunteers
CCCC would not be able to serve those in need without the assistance of our dedicated volunteers. Last fiscal year 1,441 unique individuals volunteered at CCCC (including the Chandler and Gilbert Senior Centers) giving a total of 33,977 volunteer hours. There were 1,039 individuals who participated in group projects from area businesses, organizations, and faith based communities. Many thanks to all who help us fulfill our mission!