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Service Corps Member - State Work Study Optional

For All is a Seattle based nonprofit organization that works to reduce societal waste by sharing and distributing resources and promoting positive activity for all. Our largest programs center on gathering food that would otherwise go to waste and distributing that food to the public. For All programs include Free Meals and Activities for Kids, Grocery Rescue and Distribution, For All Meal Service, For All Vending, and the Free Burrito Project. 

General duties can include 
-Assist in Free Meals for Kids site operations including meal preparation, meal service, activities, promotion, record keeping, and set up/break down. 
-Create fliers and other promotional materials and conduct public outreach to promote programs. 
-Recruit, coordinate, oversee and delegate tasks to volunteers. 
-Maintain and report records requested. 
-Assist in meal preparation, food order preparation, meal service and other kitchen/warehouse operational tasks and maintenance. 
-Assist in food pickups, sorting, storing and receiving. Assist in delivery of food donations, food orders, vending orders, and prepared meals in commercial vehicle and/or personal vehicle. 
-Positively promote For All with the intention to recruit and expand volunteer and donor base. 

-Must be willing and able to pass a national background check. 
-Must have an enthusiasm for being outside and interacting with kids and teens. 
-Must be able to lift and bend consistently during shifts without physical problems. 
-Be willing to obtain a King County food handlers permit and Independent Contractor permit. 
-Must work in compliance with all King County health codes and requirements. 
-Driving confidence, valid driver’s license, and clean driving record is valued, but not necessary. 
-Willingness to use personal vehicle for program operations is valued, but not necessary. 
-Superior sense of cleanliness & food safety in kitchen/warehouse operations and meal preparation. 
-Strong verbal and written communication skills. 
-Ability to consistently be on time. Flexible schedule and personality a big plus. 
-Enthusiasm for environmentally sustainable practices and overall positive attitude.

Contact Annaliese Stelzer-Terminello at 
To apply please letter of interest telling us about yourself and your educational background, what interests you about this position, describe your availability, any limitations you have including physical limitations, and what area of Seattle you commute from. 

Multiple positions available. We are eligible to accept State Work Study Students. Interns, and volunteers. Contact us directly for more details. 
Work locations vary; our operations hub is located in Capitol Hill/Central Seattle. 
Actual scheduling of hours is flexible based on individual availability and area of interest.

If SPU student, please contact if unsure of State Work Study eligibility.