About Island Harvest Food Bank

Island Harvest Food Bank is a leading human services organization whose mission is to end hunger and reduce food waste on Long Island. We accomplish this through innovative programs and services aimed at enhanced hunger awareness, short-term case management, nutrition education, outreach and advocacy initiatives, a Workforce Skills Development Institute and efficient food collection and distribution.

Our work directly supports children, families, seniors, and veterans who turn to us in times of crisis and supports a network of community-based nonprofit organizations. Island Harvest Food Bank is a member of Feeding America®, a nationwide network of food banks leading the fight against hunger in the U.S.

Farms And Gardens Assistant (Part-time/seasonal)

Island Harvest is currently seeking a part-time, seasonal employee to work on Island Harvest’s 2-acre farm in Brentwood under the direction of the Farm and Gardens Supervisor. The position is approximately 20-25 hours a week from March to November.

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Chief Development Officer

Island Harvest is seeking a seasoned Chief Development Officer to join our team, who brings years of successful progressive experience in implementing growth-intensive strategies to support a comprehensive development department.

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Department Administrative Assistant (Bi-lingual in English/Spanish)

As the Administrative Assistant for the Neighborhood Market Programs, you will be responsible for handling various administrative duties to ensure the smooth operation of the division.

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Administrative Assistant (Workforce Development)

This role with provide administrative assistance to the Workforce Skills Development Institute team and contribute to the successful execution of training programs and events.

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Nutrition Coordinator

This individual will work with Island Harvest’s Nutrition Pathways program to provide nutrition education, counseling, and workshops to food-insecure clients at one of our partner community-based health centers. The incumbent will split time between the community-based health center and Island Harvest’s Melville office.

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Workforce Development Talent Coordinator And Career Coach (Full-time)

Support, arrange necessary assistance, and guide program candidates, students, and graduates throughout the program lifecycle. Island Harvest’s Workforce Skills Development Institute training programs serve several populations including people who are under-skilled, unemployed, underemployed, and/or re-entering the workforce.

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To be considered for this position please send your resume and cover letter to Randy Rosenberg at resumes@islandharvest.org. No phone calls or walk-ins, please. No relocation expenses.