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Job Title: Part-Time Food Pantry Coordinator


Reports to:

BIA Director of Programs


Compensation and Employment Terms:

Part-time, 15-20 hours per week. The starting wage for the Food Pantry Coordinator position is $15/hour. This is a part-time position with no benefits associated. Work must be completed on-site at the BIA’s Arts & Wellness Center (3900 General Taylor Street) and at the Broadmoor Food Pantry (2021 S. Dupre).


To Apply:

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Position Description: 

The Broadmoor Improvement Association seeks a part-time Food Pantry Coordinator to join our team in serving the diverse community members that utilize and visit the Broadmoor Food Pantry. Reporting to the BIA Director of Programs, the Food Pantry Coordinator is responsible for two central areas of focus: food access/pantry operations and program evaluation/data management. This person must have a deep passion for improving people's holistic well-being through increasing food access. This is a great opportunity for someone looking to build their skills and experience in a vibrant, community-based setting that serves the Broadmoor neighborhood. 


Job Duties:

Food Access/Pantry Operations (90%):

  • Coordinate the Second Harvest Food Bank weekly food ordering and delivery process along with
    overseeing other external donations, including the donation program for guests who may not
    meet income qualifications

  • Oversee delivery program by coordinating drivers, routes, and reminder messages

  • Train, schedule, and track volunteers and interns to effectively delegate pantry operations and
    manage corresponding documentation

  • Respond to correspondence and messages regarding the food pantry and refer other inquiries to
    the appropriate BIA staff person

  • Be knowledgeable and up-to-date on DCFS and USDA policies affecting governmental benefits
    programs, and conduct SNAP assistance directly with clients

  • Attend trainings/community meetings relating to food security in New Orleans/Louisiana

  • Complete annual food safety training, attend all audits by USDA, and ensure that all food safety,
    storage, and distribution guidelines are met according to Second Harvest and USDA standards

  • Safely secure and sanitize all pantry equipment such as refrigerators and freezers and other
    supplies, and ensure all doors are locked upon departure

  • Maintain partnerships with community resources such as Broadmoor Community Church and
    Touro Synagogue to expand donations and volunteer program

  • Provide tours of the facility to other partner agencies as requested by Second Harvest and
    provide technical assistance regarding pantry operations to others as needed

  • In collaboration with Director of Programs, energize relationships with community stakeholders,
    ie: faith-based partners, housing advocates, workforce development, block leaders, to provide
    integrated programming

  • Organize pantry-based emergency response strategy during times of disaster in collaboration
    with BIA co-directors


Program Evaluation/Administrative (10%):

  • Track and update all relevant paperwork and policies as stated by Second Harvest and the United States Department of Agriculture via the 10-point folder system, PantryTrak software, and comply with required reports of client totals, donated product, and volunteer hours

  • Plan for and oversee successful implementation of annual client recertification process

  • Collaborate with social work interns to continually improve participant engagement and experience at the food pantry

  • Monitor expenses/revenue for the food pantry

  • Utilize the BIA’s Google suite, including Gmail and Google Forms, to routinely track wellness-related data, and manage team-wide data including interns

  • Attend monthly staff meetings and support community events hosted by the BIA as needed


Required Qualifications: 

The ideal candidate for the Food Pantry Coordinator position will:

  • Provide excellent customer service to diverse clients, partners, staff, interns, and volunteers

  • Maintain a professional and respectful attitude, even when working in interpersonally challenging situations

  • Demonstrate knowledge of social work theories, practices and procedures

  • Think creatively to solve problems as they arise and identify appropriate team members to delegate tasks to when necessary and adapt to a fast-paced, ever-changing environment

  • Maintain confidentiality of all clients of the Broadmoor Food Pantry


Physical Demands: 

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to: 

  • Stand, sit; talk, hear, and use hands and fingers to operate a computer and telephone keyboard

  • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision requirements due to limited computer work

  • Lift and carry up to 50 pounds of supplies and inventory on a regular basis



The Broadmoor Improvement Association is a non-profit neighborhood organization, founded in 1930, that serves people who live, learn, work, worship and play in Broadmoor through a coordinated network of anchor institutions, faith-based partners, businesses and community partners. 


Equal Opportunity Employer: 

The Broadmoor Improvement Association does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, disability, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, or other non-merit factor.

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