At Food Bank, we believe that our greatest resources are human! Nowhere is that seen better than in the faces of the individuals giving shape and texture to our mission on a daily basis: our employees..a group often referred to as “Food Bankers.” We are an intentionally diverse team of talent, perspectives and personalities bonded by a true belief and passion that NO ONE should be hungry in our country and certainly not in what we believe to be the world’s greatest city. Successful Food Bankers are New Yorkers who focus their energies on finding innovative and sustainable ways to serve our neighbors in collaboration and solidarity with our network of partners, members and supporters.

You can find our open employment opportunities below. If you are both interested and willing to bring the talent and disposition required to solve hunger, we hope you’ll consider Food Bank For New York City as your place to make a difference.

You’re a future Food Banker if…

You want to help New Yorkers SOLVE hunger.

We believe that every New Yorker represents an opportunity to solve hunger in our city. We use our knowledge, commitment, skills, and sweat equity to help make it happen.

You want to be aligned with our core values.

Our Core Values are non-negotiable. They ground our aspirations and tether our intentions. If they speak to you, as well, we’d love to learn more.

You view the problem as hunger…not poor people.

We serve people known as New Yorkers. We don’t judge their story, we’re simply glad to be of assistance to 1.5 million of our neighbors.

You’re able to bring joy…to serving a mission, too!

Moving 120 meals every NY Minute is not easy work and Food Bankers take our collective responsibilities very seriously. We take the environment we work in pretty seriously, as well. We look for talent that’s willing, able, and interested in working openly, collaboratively and respectfully. We’re so very eager to be successful at our mission, that we’re willing to fail! We believe in hunger’s solutions so much that we listen to and share what we learn from all over the country, city, neighborhood and conference room. We’re so excited about the future that we’re always hoping to attract awesome talent. If this sounds like you, we’re excited to hear from you!

Work…with perks.

Food Bank offers a comprehensive benefits package supporting the needs of our employees and their families. A few of those benefits include:

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WE’VE GOT YOU COVERED

We offer a very competitive benefits package
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HELP PLANNING FOR YOUR FUTURE

Employer retirement plan contribution
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PLAY HARD, ON US

Paid holidays and paid time off throughout the year
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CARING FOR “ALL” OF YOU

A range of wellness programs and more

Don’t Just Take Our Word For It

Hear from Food Bankers themselves why they love serving side by side with our member charities, our dynamic team of volunteers, and our generous network of supporters and friends to serve our fellow New Yorkers who are missing meals.

Ready to make a career move that matters?

Food Bank For New York City offers more than jobs. We offer opportunities for inspired individuals to build a career while making a difference FOR our city and her people. See a position that speaks to you? Contact our Talent Recruiter today.

Open Positions

  • Accounting & Finance

    Staff Accountant, Grants

     39 Broadway – Lower Manhattan

    The Staff Accountant (Grants) will be highly organized and able to handle several grants simultaneously. This position is responsible for preparing vouchers for the Senior Grants Manager’s review and submit, preparing journal entries and all related grant reporting. The Staff Accountant (Grants) will also track invoices, review receivables, and perform ad hoc duties as needed.

  • Executive Office

    No positions currently available.

  • External Relations

    Food Donations Manager

     355 Food Center Drive

    The Food Donations Manager will strengthen existing donor relationships as well as identify and develop new donor relationships to increase food donations. The Food Donations Manager is directly responsible for donor development with farmers, wholesalers, manufacturers, distributors, retail grocery and food service companies. They work as an integral member of the Development team to accomplish the organization’s philanthropic strategies and objectives in fulfilling Food Bank For New York City’s mission.

    Assoc. Director, Volunteer & Community Service

     39 Broadway – Lower Manhattan

    The Associate Director, Volunteer and Community Service leads Food Bank’s team responsible for recruiting and placing volunteers and servant leaders where our mission to end hunger needs them most. As the Associate Director, Volunteer and Community Service, you will be a key member of the organization’s external relations leadership, acting as the face of community service and collaborating with senior leadership and colleagues across the organization. The primary purpose of this position is to manage the day to day operational and programmatic needs for volunteer assistance in the fulfillment of Food Bank’s mission, ensuring maximum outreach, role fulfilment and partner and community connectedness.

    Director, Individual and Major Giving

     39 Broadway – Lower Manhattan

    Food Bank’s Director of Individual and Major Giving is responsible for achieving Food Bank For New York City’s individual giving fundraising goals by developing and implementing strategies for increasing repeatable, sustainable private gifts to the organization. Working with senior leadership, this position requires a high-energy, detail-oriented, hard-working leader who can build deep and lasting relationships with both donors and team members. Success in this position requires the ability to cultivate, solicit, and steward a portfolio major donors and prospective donors.

    Individual and Major Giving Officer

     39 Broadway – Lower Manhattan

    Food Bank’s Individual and Major Giving Officer is responsible for achieving Food Bank For New York City’s individual giving fundraising goals by developing and implementing strategies for increasing repeatable, sustainable private gifts to the organization. Working with senior leadership, this position requires a high-energy, detail-oriented, hard-working leader who can build deep and lasting relationships with both donors and team members. Success in this position requires the ability to cultivate, solicit, and steward a portfolio major donors and prospective donors. This includes creating portfolio and donor pipeline strategies and establishing measurable goals and objectives as part of a successful team. The successful candidate will also be reliable, coachable, and consistent in their follow through on commitments.

  • Income Support

    No positions currently available.

  • Nutrition

    No positions currently available.

  • Operations

    Director Food Distribution

     Food Bank Bronx Distribution Center – 355 Food Center Drive

    The Director of Food Distribution is responsible for overseeing and directing the management of a food distribution operation assuring efficiencies in the following areas: traffic flow and scheduling systems; delivery and transportation; inventory control; quality control; loading dock activity; storage; security; repack activity; warehouse temperature control; pest control; emergency action plans; and closing procedures. Daily oversight and accountability of the operational plan and management of a team of warehouse managers.

    Warehouse Manager

     Food Bank Bronx Distribution Center – 355 Food Center Drive

    The Warehouse Manager is responsible for managing the effective, efficient, and safe operation of Food Bank For New York City’s warehouse. Ensure proper management and oversight of warehouse receiving, warehouse drivers, pest control, sanitation and recycling programs. Manage, develop and update all warehouse/food distribution statistics. Process invoices in the PO system as well as manage warehouse staff throughout the day. Warehouse Manager must have the ability to delegate, make decisions and properly lead warehouse staff.

  • Policy & Research

    No positions currently available.

  • Programs

    Member Engagement Coordinator

     39 Broadway – Lower Manhattan

    Food Bank’s Member Engagement Coordinators monitor FBNYC network members’ compliance with food safety, distribution and handling standards and provide capacity building. The Member Engage Coordinator provides superior customer service to assist members in meeting their clients’ income support and food needs. Member Engagement Coordinator plays a vital role in recruiting members for advocacy activities, nutrition education, income support services, including recommending programs to be Virtual VITA sites, TEN members, JSY providers and teaches the principles of kaizen. MEC conducts visits within an assigned zone to monitor the implementation of nutrition education programming in New York City public schools and community-based settings and provide on-site technical assistance with the goal of continuously improving quality and integration of school and community-based programming

    Member Services Coordinator

     39 Broadway – Lower Manhattan

    Food Bank’s Member Service Coordinator ensures consistent, professional, and courteous correspondence to Food Bank For New York City’s member agencies. Maintain updated database and file management for all members. Provide administrative support to the Director of Member Engagement and across the organization. Manage monthly data reporting for Member Services. Provide leadership and creativity in working with both Member Services staff and other FBNYC departments around all member data needs.

    School Resources Coordinator

     39 Broadway – Lower Manhattan

    The purpose of this position is to coordinate nutrition and health education efforts provided by Food Bank For New York City for schools, after-school programs and community-based organizations. This position will support the development of program planning, as well as coordination of implementation processes, such as school pantry services, other anti-hunger efforts in Food Bank’s suite of services, school meal programs, and urban farming efforts. Additional responsibility in providing technical assistance to all nutrition and health education programs will be a vital role of this position.

    Training Coordinator

     39 Broadway – Lower Manhattan

    Food Bank’s Member Engagement team is responsible for the onboarding, training, support and development of Food Bank’s network of member organizations. The Member Innovation Trainer Coordinator’s role supports the Innovation Team by helping to centralize the coordination of trainings for the Tier Engagement Network and Financial Empowerment by establishing training policies, providing internal and external technical assistance, and quality assurance.

  • Information Technology

    Application Support Specialist

     Based at Bronx Distribution Center with some travel to 39 Broadway

    The Application Support Specialist will monitor Food Bank For New York City internal/external database systems. The Application Support Specialist will collaborate with departments to suggest any enhancements or changes to application/database environments, as well as any new project initiatives.

  • Internships

    Tiered Engagement Network Intern (2018-2019)

     39 Broadway- Lower Manhattan

    Food Bank’s TEN Engagement Intern helps TEN members to engage with its community partners, food pantries, soup kitchens, social service agencies schools, etc. to go beyond food. Utilizing capacity building approaches and training, TEN Engagement Intern will ensure these agencies are better connected in their communities, and better prepared to help their clients move out of poverty. The Engagement Intern plays a vital role in re-engaging members, maintaining partnerships and providing support. In order to travel to and fro, a monthly Metro card will be provided.

Food Bank For New York City is an equal opportunity employer. We strongly encourage and seek applications from women, people of color, and bilingual and bicultural individuals, as well as members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities. Applicants shall not be discriminated against because of race, religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, disability, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, color, marital status, or medical condition.

Applicants with Disabilities: Reasonable accommodation will be made so that qualified disabled applicants may participate in the application process. Please advise in writing of any special needs at the time of application.