Philabundance is the region’s largest hunger relief organization, offering a full plate of services to Delaware Valley residents at risk of chronic hunger and malnutrition. Philabundance’s staff is filled with impassioned people dedicated to our mission. If you are interested in applying for a job, please submit your resume and cover letter.
Philabundance is an equal opportunity employer.
Current open positions:
- CDL Truck Driver
- Chief Financial Officer
- Chef Instructor
- Communications Intern
- Data Analyst/Application Developer
- Graphic Designer
- Repack Associate
- Volunteer Coordinator
CDL Truck Driver
A Philabundance driver carries out the primary operation of the organization – efficiently picking up and delivering donated surplus, prepared and perishable foods, in the Philadelphia region. This is a temporary position with the potential to convert to permanent full-time.Apply Now
Chief Financial Officer
The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) provides managerial and operational leadership and oversight in matters pertaining to the financial sustainability of the organization. Within this role, the major responsibilities to be fulfilled are to plan, direct, and coordinate the activities relating to accounting, fiscal reporting, debt management, treasury functions including cash management, investments, banking relationships, business licensing administration, sales tax administration, real estate, risk management and insurance, and purchasing. This position oversees all company financial practices, including accounting department policies and procedures, preparation of budgets, development of financial reports and tax filings, and management of external/internal audit activities. The CFO directs financial strategy, planning and forecasts, conferring with the Executive Director and his direct reports as well as members of the leadership team. This position serves on the Investment Committee of the organization’s 403(b) retirement plan. This is the organization’s top financial leadership position, directing the organization’s daily financial operating activities as well as supporting the implementation of Philabundance’s strategic plan.Apply Now
The Chef Instructor oversees the students of the Philabundance Community Kitchen (PCK) training program. He/She teaches basic culinary skills, ServSafe principles, and works in the kitchen with the students when they prepare for the daily production. Student training includes facilitating ServSafe food safety and sanitation curriculum by following the prescribed syllabus combining the classroom theory with practical uses.Apply Now
The Communications Intern will assist the Communications Team with public relations and story collection.Apply Now
Data Analyst/Application Developer
The Data Analyst / Application Developer works closely with the Director – IT/MIS, the IT/MIS team and the Business Process Improvement (BPI) team to support the Business Process functions within Philabundance. The Data Analyst / Application Developer will be responsible for development, support and maintenance of all related database applications, including our ERP application, Navision/CERES4 software, as well as applications and business processes supported in Microsoft CRM and other in house built applications. Key activities include the development of software in support of revised business processes, performing root cause analysis of business application faults, data analysis and reporting for supported business areas, change/release management, and second-level support of all Philabundance supported software.Apply Now
The Graphic Designer will be responsible for the design of Philabundance graphics for our programs, advertising and brand collateral, including flyers, annual reports, signage, website graphics, donor recognition, logos and other materials as needed. Also responsible for supporting photographic and video needs of the organization. The Graphic Designer will ensure brand standards across all media, help establish protocols for internal design requests and traffic and prioritize those requests.Apply Now
The Repack Associate will work with the Repack Manager and Philabundance volunteers to support Philabundance in its mission to end hunger in the Delaware Valley. The Repack Associate will run various food sorting projects in our Hunger Relief Center from start to finish, including: set up of assembly line, conducting an introductory presentation, training volunteers, facilitating food packaging, breaking down the project, and maintaining the warehouse.
Under supervision of the Volunteer Manager, recruit and schedule volunteers for all Philabundance direct service programs, Hunger Relief Center shifts, and special events (~3,000 volunteers per month). Provide daily orientation and management of volunteers at the Hunger Relief Center. Quickly evaluate changing logistics and make adjustments to ensure smooth flow of production and positive volunteer experience. Work with the Development Department to strategically advocate on behalf of Philabundance with current, potential, and new volunteers. Support Manager in the development of volunteer polices, recognition plans and other new initiatives