EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Food Collection Coordinator

Responsibilities will include researching, planning, marketing, managing, and developing relationships designed to generate support and conduct all food drives for Island Harvest.

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Food Distribution Coordinator

Build and manage relationships with senior housing communities and other community partners and assist in the monthly food distributions to 3,000 low-income seniors across Long Island.

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Government Relations Liaison

Island Harvest has an exciting opportunity for an experienced politically minded job candidate. This position reports directly to the President and CEO and is responsible for acting as an intermediary between the organization and all levels of government.

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Workforce Development Trainee Coordinator

In this newly created role, responsibilities include managing multiple responsibilities simultaneously while working within deadlines and applying attention to detail. Establish rapport with participants, build trust and evoke motivation to complete programs and certifications.

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Warehouse Coordinator

Responsibilities include assisting with the loading and unloading of all vehicles, making sure that all food and donation are properly stored and accurate record keeping.

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Workforce Development Program Coordinator

Assist with carrying out the planning and execution of the new Workforce Skills Development Institute (WSDI) programs.

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Warehouse Coordinator – Uniondale

Responsibilities include assisting with the loading and unloading of all vehicles, making sure that all food and donation are properly stored, and accurate record keeping.
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CDL B LICENSE Fleet Driver – Full Time

Responsibilities include route and trip planning and freight loading and unloading

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INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Island Harvest’s community-based agricultural programs aim to eliminate food insecurity and cultivate a better quality of life on Long Island.  By empowering our neighbors in need with the resources and education to grow their own food, we are building a resilient local food system that restores and regenerates the health of the people, communities, and ecosystems of Long Island. With the help of our community partners, we operate a 2 acre farm at the Sisters of St Joseph in Brentwood and support a growing network of community gardens.

Education & Outreach

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Farming & Gardening

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