Food Rescuer (SF Bay Area, Contractor)
San Francisco, CA, USA
Posted on Wednesday, July 7, 2021
Replate is a technology assisted nonprofit organization that matches surplus food from businesses with communities in need. We are set up for nation-wide food reclamation support, and are currently expanding our operations in the Bay Area, where we currently help several Donors redirect their surplus food to serve their local communities.
We are looking for a reliable driver with an insured vehicle and valid license to pick up food donations from our Donor Members and drop them off to our Recipient Partners at various locations in San Francisco.
Be at least 23 years of age upon start date
Excellent time management and self directing skills
Be able to lift a minimum of 25 pounds
Proof of COVID-19 vaccination
Food safety certified (if you're not certified, we will reimburse for a certification course)
Vehicle and a valid driver's license (Mileage reimbursement is a priority item for our company, but isn't currently available. Approximate number of hours spent actively driving average 2-8 hours per week, though your shifts will be longer.)
Strong problem-solving skills
Ability to handle day-of, on the fly changes as needed
Passion for helping communities in need
Customer service experience
Adaptable to startup environment
Cargo van driving experience
Special consideration given to candidates with the ability to service South Bay
Responsibilities to Include:
Picking up surplus food from donors' offices or food facilities
Dropping off the food at shelters, community centers, food pantries, etc.
Coordinating with operations team to ensure quality service
Providing friendly service to both our donor members and recipient partners
Compensation is $20 - 25 DOE
We pay your hourly wage for the commute into the service area at the start of your day.
Bring food home for yourself and your family!
Help your community in a hands-on way
Do good for the environment
You can read more about Replate and the positive impact we have made so far here: https://www.replate.org/about
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