Hunger Task Force is made up of a diverse group of hard-working individuals who come to work each day dedicated to fighting hunger. They are uncompromising when it comes to ensuring that Milwaukee’s undeserved receive the highest level of service and support. The principal strength of Hunger Task Force is its compassionate and committed staff.
Please see below for open positions at Hunger Task Force.
Current Open Positions
The Site Developer position supports partnerships with community organizations and builds the capacity of distribution sites and service areas, assuring safe and dignified access to emergency food by hungry people within Milwaukee County. This position serves as a liaison between food bank and Qualified Local Providers (QLP), the network of pantries, soup kitchens and homeless shelters.
The Inventory Coordinator position builds and palletizes TEFAP and non-TEFAP food orders and performs CSFP pre-pull functions. The Inventory Coordinator receives TEFAP, CSFP and purchased food shipments and processes receiving paperwork. Loads and unloads food. Ensures a positive experience with donors for dock donations. Ensures donor paperwork is legible, accurate and complete. Works in cooperation with volunteers.
The FoodShare Outreach Specialist is a full-time advocacy position that identifies structural and systemic barriers to receipt of FoodShare by underserved populations including the homeless, people with limited English proficiency, college students, elderly, blind and disabled people, cultural and ethnic minorities, and people of color.
The Route Representative loads, transports, delivers, and unloads food in the form of TEFAP food orders, CSFP Stockboxes and fresh produce to over 160 local and regional distribution sites. This position also helps inspect sites for safe food storage, coordinates...