Business Process Analyst

The Business Process Analyst is responsible for process, systems and reporting quality, training, and program initiatives across the operations spectrum. The Analyst assists in the maintenance of reporting sites and participates in documenting systems and reporting requirements, as well as assists in the collection and analysis of root cause data. The Analyst supports Second Harvest's needs in meeting strategic goals for production and delivery outcomes and works closely with operatins and functional teams in the creation, maintenance, and control of all standard operating procedures, process documentation and technical writing. Qualified candidates will have a Bachelor's Degree in Supply Chain Management, or a related field combined with applicable coursework, training and experience. Three years of experience in an administrative/analytical role using ERP System and/or MS Office Suite is required. Previous experience with NAV or another related ERP platform is desired. Click here to view the full job description. To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to hr@shfbmadison.org

Agency Relations Specialist - Mobile Pantries & Fresh Connect

The Agency Relations Specialist will provide oversight of Second Harvest's Mobile Pantries and Fresh Connect programs, offering hands-on support and provide best practice training for our partner agencies and community partners. As a liaison for Second Harvest's Fresh Connect Program, the Specialist will support our community partners to strengthen the retail rescue programs and oversee Meal Connect, logistics and program compliance. In collaboration with Second Harvest's Mobile Pantry community partners, the Specialist will ensure that the program is able to efficiently and effectively distribute nutritious food in areas that are in need of more help than traditional pantries and meal sites provide, while ensuring food safety and program compliance. Qualified candidates will have two years of experience with community partnership building, preferably in hunger relief initiatives, regular access to insured transportation and the ability to travel throughout our sevice area on a regular basis. A strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office and the ability to quickly learn new software programs are required. Click here to view the full job description. To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to hr@shfbmadison.org.

Agency Relations Specialist - Child Nutrition

The part-time (20 hours/week) Agency Relations Specialist for Child Nutrition will provide oversight of Second Harvest's School Pantry Program, as well as serve as a liaison between the food bank and assigned partner agencies. The Specialist will support school based program models that increase food security for children and their families, they will oversee food orders, logistics, and program compliance. In addition, the Specialist will serve as a liaison between the food bank and partner agencies. They are responsible for creating and maintaining a strong partnership between new and existing partners and for achieving network capacity goals for an assigned caseload, while ensuring all aspects of compliance monitoring. Qualified candidates will have two years of experience with community partnership building, preferably in hunger relief initiatives, regular access to insured transportation, and the ability to travel throughout the service area on a regular basis. A strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office and the ability to effectiely learn new software programs are required. Click here to view the full job description. To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to hr@shfbmadison.org

Inventory and Food Sourcing Coordinator

The Inventory and Food Sourcing Coordinator will support Second Harvest's efforts to ensure accurate inventory and a robust food sourcing function. By working closely with and supporting the Business Process Analyst and Food Resource Manager, the Coordinator will play an integral role in the solicitation and recognition of food donors, as well as utilizing Industry Best Practices to maintain proper inventory levels throughout the distribution center. Qualified candidates will have at least two years' experience within a warehouse environment, and one year of experience building relationships with external vendors or partners. Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Excel is required. Regular access to insured transportation and the ability to travel througout our service area on a regular basis is required. Previous experience working with inventory and an Associate's Degree in a related field are desired. Click here to view the full job description. To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to hr@shfbmadison.org

 

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