St. Petersburg Free Clinic is dedicated to treating our neighbors in need with dignity and respect. We are always looking for talented people to join our team who carry these same beliefs.
Working at the Free Clinic gives you an opportunity to help change the lives of the poor and homeless in our community.
St. Petersburg Free Clinic is a drug free workplace & an equal opportunity employer.
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Jared’s Food Bank | 3115 44th Ave N., St. Petersburg, FL 33714
30+ Hours Per Week
Monday – Friday, 5:00 or 6:00a.m. – 1:00p.m., varies by day.
Some afternoons, evenings, or Saturdays, depending on delivery schedule.
Eligible for Benefits after 60 days.
Job Summary: Warehouse Assistant is responsible for assisting with warehouse operations, receiving and unloading deliveries, and the sorting, storage, packing, and distribution of food. Requires occasional driving of cargo van or box truck for pickups/deliveries. Also responsible for general facilities maintenance and cleaning.
- Must be 18 years of age or older.
- Have valid, clean Florida driver’s license.
- Must pass a drug test and criminal background check.
- Ability to lift at least 60 pounds or more, and have ability and stamina to repeatedly lift 25 to 30 pounds on daily basis.
- Ability to operate electric and manual pallet jacks, and a counter balance forklift.
- Proficient driving a small box truck and cargo van.
- Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and follow directions as needed.
- Must have good communication skills and basic math skills.
- Knowledge of methods, techniques, and equipment used in warehouse operation.
- Ability to interact with staff, donors, and volunteers in a professional, courteous manner.
- Tobacco free workplace.
- Subject to random drug testing.
- Responsible for receiving and unloading daily deliveries and donations.
- Pick up and deliver products to the Food Bank or to other designated agencies, vendors, or donors in a safe and productive manner.
- Accurately follow all receiving and inventory control procedures.
- Unload, sort, store, pack and distribute food.
- Maintain paperwork, logs, and receipts in an accurate manner.
- Ensure all food and non-food items are handled, stored and distributed in a safe and sanitary manner. Follow and maintain all health and sanitation codes.
- Perform routine care and maintenance of buildings and grounds. Assist with trash pickup and removal.
- Keep grounds functional, presentable, and clean.
- Maintain good relationship with vendors, donors, and agencies.
- Maintain vehicle cleanliness and safety.
- Assist in daily set up of warehouse.
- Supports volunteer activities as necessary and assigned.
- Assist with food drives or special events, as needed.
- Perform other duties as assigned by the Food Bank Supervisor.
E-Mail resume to email@example.com.
WOMEN’S RESIDENCE RESIDENTIAL MANAGER
Responsible for housekeeping and general upkeep of buildings and grounds. Coordinate residents’ chore assignments and oversees their housekeeping activities and safety. Maintain an inventory of food, cleaning and maintenance supplies.
Ability to read and follow both verbal and written instructions. Ability to organize projects, information and tasks. Able to seek assistance from fellow residents. Must be dependable. Able to interact well with residents and Program Director. Demonstrates a positive attitude and good communication skills. Demonstrates some knowledge and understanding of homeless issues. Ability to clean and assist residents in cleaning. Ability to do minor maintenance work, including painting, general repairs and general landscaping. Ability to do basic computer work.
- Assign general housekeeping tasks to residents and supervise their completion.
- Maintain safety and cleanliness at Residence with Director. Prepare weekly inventory of food, cleaning and maintenance supplies ensuring that residents have necessary items. Rotate food supply. Put away donations; pick up supplies from the main office.
- Clean offices, bathroom, and empty garbage daily. Clean rooms after residents have moved out. Maintain house and medical laundry. Assist new residents with getting settled in; assuring they get a clear understanding of chore description and cleanliness and safety of their room. Work with volunteers on special projects.
- Conduct daily inspection of physical structures, ensuring proper maintenance or repairs are done as needed. Conduct weekly inspections of residents’ rooms, ensuring that residents are complying with health and safety standards and program rules. Make sure food service meets the Certified Food Handlers guideline and residential areas meet state inspection. Maintain grounds, ensuring safety and cleanliness. Change air-conditioner filters monthly. Turn in monthly supply order list the beginning of each month.
- Work as a team member with other staff members. Pick up and put away food from the food bank 2X’s per week.
- Maintain a daily log for the Program Director, reporting facility and supply issues and resident requests and activities. Fill out incident reports of accidents occurring on your shift. Maintain safety of buildings by keeping areas locked and secured as directed by Program Director. Do other duties as assigned and agreed upon. See expectations.
- Maintain first aid and emergency storm kits and storage cabinets.
REPORT TO: Program Director
- Maintain professional boundaries and confidentiality with fellow residents (No gossiping, favoritism)
- To be respectful and responsible at all times.
- Display a positive and cooperative attitude.
- Be understanding and compassionate with fellow residents.
- Take a leader-based approach in dealing with fellow residents.
- Be budget oriented.
- Able to work a flexible schedule including week-ends.
- Possess a clean driving record and current driver’s license.
Familiarity with the position and responsibilities is a plus.
E-Mail resume to Cynthia Burnham at firstname.lastname@example.org.