Feeding South Florida is hiring a
The Mini Mobile Farmacy Coordinator (MMFC) is responsible for assisting in the coordination, planning, implementation, evaluation and expansion of Feeding South Florida’s Mini Mobile Farmacy (MMF). The MMF is a mini mobile grocery store that is a hybrid of donated items, farmers’ market for-sale items, educational unit, and food “farmacy” operating under the idea that food is medicine. The MMFC will work in the field to ensure the efficient and effective operation of the program during food distribution events. The ideal candidate has a customer service approach and demonstrates a genuine concern for people in need of assistance, can multi-task and takes initiative in project management.
Oversees the MMF by providing food assistance to individuals and families; provides healthy recipes and assist in guiding nutritionally sound choices.
Coordinates, implements and evaluates with feedback from internal and external stakeholders including community partners and donors regarding outcomes, schedule, program changes and site coordination.
Coordinates with the Distribution Team for MMF product ordering and inventory reporting.
Responsible for vetting potential distribution sites including logistic transportation accessibility, on-site support, necessary volunteer support, marketing materials and needs assessment.
Ensures good communication with the team to maintain inventory, accounting and delivery schedules for MMF.
Responsible for quality and food safety control at distribution events.
Ensure necessary grant and demographic information is obtained and tracked from participating clients and then compiled in a timely and accurate manner for weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual reports.
Maintains positive relationships with clients, community partners, government agencies, and volunteers.
Assist management, as necessary.
Hours of Operation: Although organization hours are Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., this position may work additional hours, especially during peak times such as holiday seasons, growing seasons and disaster response. After hours business work is required occasionally throughout the year.
Environment: This position works out in the community and travels to different locations throughout the tri-county service area during potential inclement weather conditions. Occasional work will occur in the warehouse. The noise is the work environment is usually moderate to loud.
Travel: FSF serves four counties so there is same-day travel between the counties, using a personal vehicle, and occasional out of town travel for meetings, conferences or special events.
OSHA Standards Lifting requirements are 50 pounds and when lifting loads heavier than 50 pounds, use two or more people to lift the load.