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Open Positions

Administrative and HR Coordinator

The Administrative and HR Coordinator will perform administrative functions to support the Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Development Officer and work with the HR Manager to perform and lead various HR functions.


Agency Relations Coordinator

The Agency Relations Coordinator reports to the Agency Relations Manager working to promote and support Community Food Partners in accordance with OFS’s mission and goals.


Communications Coordinator

The Communications Coordinator will work closely with the Director of Communications and the Development Team to provide essential support for communications and marketing needs, manage blogging and SEO strategy, lead social media outreach, make website updates, plan and execute written and video storytelling and assume responsibility for other projects that inspire others to join us in our mission to heal hunger. This is a terrific opportunity to learn and grow as a communications and marketing professional, while taking on additional responsibilities along the way.


Director of Development

Operation Food Search is looking for a passionate and experienced fundraiser who loves connecting donors to mission and community impact. Reporting to the Chief Development Officer, the Director of Development will play a key role in the annual fundraising efforts. With a particular focus on working with individual donors throughout the giving cycle, the Director of Development will manage a complex direct response and stewardship program and a portfolio of individual donors. The Director of Development will also contribute to endowment and legacy giving efforts. This position will lead and support a strong staff team, including the Special Events Manager, the Volunteer & Food Drive Manager, and the Development Coordinator.


Driver and Warehouse Assistant

Position Overview

The Driver and Warehouse Associate shall be responsible for running daily distribution of product to OFS’ network of community food partners as well as making daily donation pickups, product deliveries to and from organizations and ensuring all products are stored appropriately. They will ensure that product is distributed safely and efficiently and will be responsible for the collection of data on outgoing product. Outside of distribution times, the Driver and Warehouse Associate will assist the Warehouse Manager in keeping a clean work environment and efficient operation.


Grocery Support

Position Overview

The Grocery Support Associate directly assists the MetroMarket Lead and other team members in running the MetroMarket grocery store and produce delivery. Grocery Support Associates are involved in a rich variety of tasks and skills including customer service, quality control, and community engagement. This position is fun and fast paced, requiring high energy and a great attitude. Ultimately, this is a perfect entry level position for anyone interested in learning grocery operations and community engagement.


Maternal Health Advocate

Position Overview

The Maternal Health Advocate reports to the Client Support Services Manager and shall promote and support Food Is Medicine programs in accordance with OFS’s mission and goals. The Maternal Health Advocate will work as a part of a multidisciplinary team to directly serve participants in a variety of initiatives that address the intersection of food insecurity, maternal, perinatal, infant health and other systems.


MetroMarket Driver

Position Overview

The MetroMarket Driver is responsible for running and safely operating and maintaining the MetroMarket vehicles and assisting in grocery sales on site. In addition to vehicle operation, the MetroMarket Driver will be a vital member of the MetroMarket sales team, providing excellent service to customers of the MetroMarket..


Warehouse Inventory Support

Position Overview

Warehouse Inventory Support directly assists the MetroMarket Coordinator and MetroMarket Lead in preparing the MetroMarket grocery store before it heads out into the community. Warehouse Inventory Support is involved in a rich variety of tasks and skills including warehouse management, inventory management, and quality control. The perfect candidate for this role will have high energy and a great attitude and interested in learning grocery operations, warehouse, inventory management.


“I’m the first person visitors see when they come to OFS, and I welcome the opportunity to lift people’s spirits in a way that captures the positive energy here. We are a hopeful place, and I want everyone to feel that.”
—Bridget Brooks, OFS Front Office Administrator

Join Our Team

For more than 40 years, Operation Food Search has been able to serve others because of the dedicated people who have shaped and supported our organization: selfless volunteers, generous donors, outstanding partners and an excellent staff committed to the mission of healing hunger. We are seeking dedicated professionals who share our vision that all children and families in our community have the nutrition, food and skills to live healthy lives.

Group of Employees at OFS

“I was immediately drawn to OFS for how it combats the root of the problem through policy change and innovative programming.  I feel very lucky to be a part of such a knowledgeable and passionate team!”
—Joanne Song, Policy Fellow

Group of volunteers for an OFS donation event

What We Stand For

Operation Food Search prides itself on providing both immediate hunger relief and working on the root causes of hunger. We do this work with passion for its value and respect for those we collaborate with and those we serve.

Truck Driver for OFS


OFS is pleased to offer its permanent full-time employees several comprehensive insurance benefits, including health insurance, a 401(k) Retirement Plan, nine paid holidays annually, personal days and vacation days. In addition, we support the professional development of our employees throughout the year.

Group of female employees creating an OFS cooking video

Diversity and Inclusion

We’re committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment in our organization and for all those we serve and collaborate with. Diversity, equity and inclusion work is a continuous process that prioritizes a positive and collaborative work environment where all employees are appreciated for who they are and what they contribute. We value different backgrounds and perspectives as we work to make a meaningful, measurable impact in the region and to ensure all children and families have the nutrition, food and skills they need to live a healthy life.

Equal Employment Opportunity

Operation Food Search does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring and firing of staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, volunteers, subcontractors, vendors, and clients.