Careers

The Houston Food Bank, a non-profit food distributor, is seeking highly energetic team players for the following available positions:

PLEASE NOTE: No incomplete applications will be accepted. All positions may require work on alternate Saturdays from 7:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Please send resume, clearly noting the job that you're applying for, to:

Houston Food Bank

Attn: HR/Position applied for

535 Portwall Street

Houston, TX 77029

713-547-8655 


E-mail: jobs@houstonfoodbank.org. (Please add the job title to the subject of your e-mail).

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School Programs Specialist

Responsible for the day to day duties working with the schools’ programs/partnerships operated at the Houston Food Bank including but not limited to Teachers Aid, School Pantry and special programs/projects. These programs serve schools and sites in Houston Food Bank’s 18-county service area with services such food distribution programs and distributing school supplies to teachers thru a school supply center and mobile distributions. This position coordinates program with eligible schools, trains schools on implementation of programs. Works closely with the other departments daily to make sure the operations and growth of the programs are running smoothly. This position is responsible for maintain databases, tracking and reporting monthly metrics, and updating programs as appropriate.

Education/Experience

High School Diploma or GED required. Some college preferred. Previous office experience preferred.

Skills/Abilities

Proficiency in Excel, Word and Outlook. Bilingual is preferred, but not required. Strong customer service skills and willingness to assist others. Able to coordinate well with other departments and personnel.

 


School Programs Assistant

Responsible for managing the administrative, clerical, and other school support to the School Programs Manager and staff. Will assist with programs/partnerships operated at the Houston Food Bank including but not limited to Teachers Aid, School Pantry and special programs/projects. Collects and organizes data and records pertaining to the School Program. May be responsible for developing or modifying practices, including the use of electronic filing rather than paper records.  These programs serve schools and sites in Houston Food Bank’s 18-county service area with services such food distribution programs and distributing school supplies to teachers thru a school supply center and mobile distributions.

Education/Experience

High School Diploma or GED required. Some college preferred. Previous office experience preferred.

Skills/Abilities

Proficiency in Excel, Word and Outlook. Bilingual is preferred, but not required. Strong customer service skills and willingness to assist others. Able to coordinate well with other departments and personnel.

 


Volunteer Production Pantry Representative

Responsible for providing exemplary customer service to the Houston Food Bank volunteers, while helping the department achieve production goals through highly efficient processes. This position interacts heavily with the public; therefore, applicants must be friendly, outgoing, and comfortable speaking in front of large groups. Additional responsibilities include greeting, training and supervising volunteer production, while maintaining the safety of the food supply chain and other compliance initiatives.  Other responsibilities include building food kits for our elderly, children and family clients, and maintaining professional business relations with both internal and external customers.  Staff in this position must be passionate about helping others, and believe in the mission of the Houston Food Bank – Leading the Fight Against Hunger.

Education/Experience

High School Diploma or GED required.

Skills/Abilities

Must be able to read, write, and perform basic math. Strong customer service skills and willingness to assist others. Able to coordinate well with other departments and personnel. Able to operate forklift with proper training. Strong problem-solving abilities.

 


Volunteer Production Recycling Representative

Responsible for providing exemplary customer service to the Houston Food Bank volunteers, while helping the department achieve production goals through highly efficient processes. This position interacts heavily with the public; therefore, applicants must be friendly, outgoing, and comfortable speaking in front of large groups. Greeting, training and supervising volunteer production, while maintaining the safety of the food supply chain and other compliance initiatives. Building food kits for our elderly, children and family clients, and maintaining professional business relations with both internal and external customers.  Staff in this position must be passionate about helping others, and believe in the mission of the Houston Food Bank – Leading the Fight Against Hunger.

Education/Experience

High School Diploma or GED required.

Skills/Abilities

Must be able to read, write, and perform basic math. Strong customer service skills and willingness to assist others. Able to coordinate well with other departments and personnel. Able to operate forklift with proper training. Strong problem-solving abilities

 


Operations Supervisor

Provide operational leadership to hourly workforce to ensure the execution of daily tasks and activities including safety, loading/unloading of trailers, cross docking, customer service, shift planning, productivity, load quality, inventory control, warehouse personnel administration, and supervision in a manner consistent with company vision and cost objectives. Work within a multi-climate, multi-shift operations. Standing from 8-10 hours daily.

Education/Experience

College degree or High School Diploma and 1- 2 years of warehouse and food inventory, including receiving/shipping, experience. Warehouse Management Systems, voice pick systems.

Skills/Abilities

Supervise warehouse operations including customer service, freight loading and unloading, and proper documentation and procedure control. Evaluate and recommend changes in preferred work methods to increase productivity of warehouse operations. Assist in new associate training, provide relief coverage for operational duties when associates utilize time-off or are absent from the shift, have a thorough working knowledge of the warehouse operating systems in order to ensure operational compliance and correct exception resolution. Complete all necessary records and reports in a timely and accurate fashion. Strong customer service abilities and disposition to assist others. Strong interpersonal and written/oral communication skills with stout problem-solving abilities. Proficient user of Microsoft Office applications.

Please email resume to Operations at Operations@houstonfoodbank.org.

 


Volunteer Service Representative

Responsible for providing exemplary customer service to the Houston Food Bank volunteers, while helping the department achieve production goals through highly efficient processes. This position interacts heavily with the public; therefore, applicants must be friendly, outgoing, and comfortable speaking in front of large groups. Additional responsibilities include greeting, training and supervising volunteer production, while maintaining the safety of the food supply chain and other compliance initiatives.  Other responsibilities include building food kits for our elderly, children and family clients, and maintaining professional business relations with both internal and external customers.  Applicants must be passionate about helping others, and believe in the mission of the Houston Food Bank – Leading the Fight Against Hunger.

Education/Experience

High School Diploma or Equivalent

Skills/Abilities

Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook. Strong customer service skills and willingness to assist others. Ability to work with people from a variety of backgrounds in a fast paced environment. Strong recruiting and organizational skills. Attentive to details while coordinating well with other departments and personnel.

 


Kitchen Manager

Responsible for providing leadership and accountability within the Kids Café (CACFP and SFSP). Will oversee all aspects of training and meal production for the kitchen programs while focusing on compliance to meal programs, local, state and national regulations regarding meal production and serve as the Serve-Safe/HACCP liaison.  On occasion may need to teach foodservice and production skills following the established curriculum.

Education/Experience

Culinary Arts Degree, Food-service Operations or Culinary Education. ServSafe Instructor Certification or its equivalent. Experience in teaching/training, supervision, menu development preferably 2-3 years of experience in community food service.

Skills/Abilities

Proficiency in Excel, Word and Outlook. Able to communicate complex information clearly.  Attentive to detail. Strong problem-solving abilities.  Strong customer service skills and willingness to assist others. Able to coordinate well with other departments and personnel. Strong problem-solving abilities.  Ability to operate computer, copier and other business equipment.

 


Backpack Buddy Specialist

Responsible for providing administrative, clerical, and other program support to the Backpack Buddy Manager. Assist in the logistics of the Backpack Buddy Program (BBP). Collects and organizes data and records pertaining to the BBP. Process BBP paperwork requirements pertaining to, but not limited to, program agreements, reports, food safety tests, and site monitoring forms to ensure accuracy and completeness. This would include individual school trainings with pre-site visits, monthly HFB trainings, and webinars. Conduct compliance site visits for schools, limiting amount of second and third sites visits from others conducting site visits. Help with outreach and adding schools by increasing additional special projects (backpack produce, Kids Café sites, and agency recruiting). The Backpack Buddy Program serves schools in Houston Food Bank’s 18-county service area with a weekly food sack that contains six meals to help bridge the gap of food over the weekends and breaks from school.

Education/Experience

High School Diploma or GED required, some college preferred. Previous office experience preferred.

Skills/Abilities

Proficiency in Excel, Word and Outlook. Bilingual is preferred, but not required. Strong customer service skills and willingness to assist others. Able to coordinate well with other departments and personnel.

 


Backpack Buddy Monitor

Responsible for providing program support to the Backpack Buddy Manager. Assist in the logistics of the Backpack Buddy Program regarding compliance site visits to 25-30 schools a week. Collects and organizes data and records pertaining to the Backpack Buddy Program. Help with outreach and adding schools by increasing additional special projects (backpack produce, Kids Café sites, and agency recruiting). The Backpack Buddy Program serves schools in Houston Food Bank’s 18-county service area with a weekly food sack that contains six meals to help bridge the gap of food over the weekends and breaks from school.

Education/Experience

High School Diploma or GED required, some college preferred. Previous office experience preferred.

Skills/Abilities

Proficiency in Excel, Word and Outlook. Bilingual is preferred, but not required. Strong customer service skills and willingness to assist others. Able to coordinate well with other departments and personnel.

 


Product Industry Manager

Connects our organization with Donors bringing awareness to our mission within the product industry. Primarily, ensures a balanced and a steady flow of nutritious food and non-food donations by securing and nurturing donor relationships.  Additional responsibilities include, but not limited to sourcing targeted donations for Food Bank Programs, coordinating in and harvesting trade-shows, actively participates on boards, committees, groups, etc., and organizing special events.

Education/Experience

Marketing or Communication Degree preferred or High School Diploma/GED with five (5) years of experience in related field.

Skills/Abilities

Intermediate skills using Microsoft Office Suite. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills, and excellent organization skills to interact with vendors and various departments. Reporting and trend analysis with data entry experience. Must have a valid Driver’s License due to heavy traveling within service area (approximately 80% of the time).

Please email resume to Operations at Operations@houstonfoodbank.org.

 


Distribution Manager

Responsible for directing, coordinating, maintaining and controlling all agency ordering and invoicing functions in Supply Chain. Ensures that data entry process and procedure design results in optimum efficiencies for the organization. Ensures that all timeframes are followed and provides exemplary customer services to all internal and external customers. Keeps management well informed of area activities.

Education/Experience

High School Diploma, GED or commensurate industry experience, previous experience in warehouse, inventory or supply chain with at least 5 years of supply chain and management experience.

Skills/Abilities

Knowledge of database reporting, proficiency with Excel, Word and Outlook. Strong customer service skills and willingness to assist others. Able to communicate complex information clearly. Attentive to detail. Strong problem-solving abilities. Able to coordinate well with other departments and personnel. Ability to operate all types of computer, copier and other business equipment.

Please email resume to Operations at Operations@houstonfoodbank.org.

 


Distribution Data Entry Clerk

Position is responsible for day-to-day administrative and data entry functions as they relate to processing Volunteer Production reclasses and combinations, inventory transfers, donation orders, agency invoicing and return orders and basic office administration.  Provides exceptional customer service and supports Volunteer Production and Inventory, as well as other Supply Chain programs as needed.  Maintain professional business relations with staff and outside contacts while keeping Operations Systems Manager well informed of all area activities.

Education/Experience

High School Diploma, GED or commensurate industry experience, previous experience in a clerical position. 1 year of previous experience in office clerical or administrative experience.

Skills/Abilities

Knowledge of database reporting, proficiency with Excel, Word and Outlook. Strong customer service skills and willingness to assist others. Able to communicate complex information clearly. Attentive to detail. Strong problem-solving abilities. Able to coordinate well with other departments and personnel. Ability to operate all types of computer, copier and other business equipment.

Please email resume to Operations at Operations@houstonfoodbank.org.

 


Volunteer Services Lead

Responsible for maintaining a smooth operation in the volunteer service project areas providing exemplary customer service to the Houston Food Bank volunteers, while helping the department achieve production goals through highly efficient processes. This position interacts heavily with Volunteer Services (VS) staff and public; therefore, applicants must have exceptional leadership skills, be friendly, outgoing, and comfortable speaking in front of large groups. Additional responsibilities include greeting, training and supervising volunteers and VS staff, while maintaining the safety of the food supply chain and other compliance initiatives; building food boxes for our elderly, children and family clients, and maintaining professional business relations with both internal and external customers.

Education/Experience

High School Diploma or GED

Skills/Abilities

Must be able to read, write, and perform basic math. Strong customer service skills and willingness to assist others using the ability to communicate complex information clearly. Able to motivate and supervise staff and to speak to a large group of people and train them on specific task. Must coordinate well with other departments and personnel. Ability to operate computer, copier and other business equipment and able to operate forklift with proper training.

 


Receiving Specialist

Responsible for maintaining smooth operations of all day-to-day receiving functions as they relate to incoming donations, basic office administration, RODS accuracy, data entry, and FIFO processes.  Provides exceptional customer service and supports first and second shift receiving as well as other Operations programs as needed.  Maintains professional business relations with staff and outside contacts.  Keeps Inventory Control Manager well informed of all area activities.

Education/Experience

High School Diploma or GED required or commensurate industry experience, previous experience in food Warehousing and/or like business. 1- 2 years of previous experience in office work and 1- 2 years of experience with receiving or other inventory related work. Experience in food warehousing, receiving/shipping, or inventory preferred.

Skills/Abilities

Proficiency in Excel, Word and Outlook. Strong customer service skills and willingness to assist others. Able to communicate complex information clearly. Attentive to detail. Strong problem-solving abilities. Able to coordinate well with other departments and personnel. Ability to operate computer, copier and other business equipment. Ability to be flexible and adjust to sudden changes in organization and workload.

 


Senior Box Program Eligibility Specialist

Distribute boxes of USDA food to a set caseload of qualified Senior Box Program (SBP) clients each month with the highest level of professionalism and customer service. Reporting to the various SBP distribution sites each day up to set-up computer and paperwork, processing clients, re-certifying existing clients and enrolling new participants per guidelines. Work in the office performing administrative duties, and go to sites (as needed) to process clients to distribute boxes of Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) food to a set caseload of qualified Senior Box Program clients (based on guidelines set forth by the USDA/TDA) each month with the highest level of professionalism and customer service. Must have reliable vehicle and valid driver’s license to travel all over Harris County (as needed).

Education/Experience

High School Diploma or GED.  Bachelor of Arts or Science degree in Social Work, Business, Humanities, Marketing or a related field preferred.

Skills/Abilities

Proficiency in Excel, Word and Outlook. Ability to file, copy and organize an office. Bi-lingual in any language is a plus. Strong customer service skills and willingness to assist others with attention to detail and strong problem-solving abilities. Ability to work well with other departments and personnel. Ability to operate computer, copier and other business equipment.

 


Kids Café Recruiter

Kids Cafe, in conjunction with the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) sponsors the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) and Summer Food Service Program (SFSP). Position is responsible for expanding of Kids Cafe programming through Recruiting and Onboarding new eligible sites through inbound lead follow-up and outbound cold calls and emails. Establishes and develops professional business relationships with community contacts. Provides excellent customer service to ensure a smooth onboarding process. Keeps Kids Café Recruitment Supervisor well informed of the progress of potential leads and partnerships. Ability to spend 40% of time travelling in personal vehicle to locations throughout the Houston Food Bank’s 18 county service area with mileage reimbursement.

Education/Experience

Some college or 1 year relevant work experience. Sales experience preferred. Working with non-profits considered a plus. Bilingual (English/Spanish) considered a plus. Proficiency in Excel, Word, and Outlook. Experience in Salesforce CRM considered a plus.

Skills/Abilities

Strong customer service skills and willingness to assist others. Must possess excellent written and verbal communication to express complex information clearly. Flexible and able to adjust to sudden changes in the organization and workload. Able to coordinate and communicate well with all members of the Kids Cafe team and other departments. Strong problem-solving abilities and attention to detail. Ability to operate computer, copier and other business equipment. Must have access to reliable transportation and valid driver license.

 


Steward

Position is responsible for cleaning and sanitizing all kitchen equipment, utensils, cookware, all working surfaces, cooler floors, freezer floors, any item that may have contact with food or food preparation in addition to kitchen trash removal.

Education/Experience

High School Diploma/GED. Experience in foodservice sanitation desired but not required

Skills/Abilities

Able to communicate information clearly, attentive to detail when cleaning, able to coordinate well with personnel and ability to operate/work around food services equipment.

 


Support Services Manager Outreach Services 

Responsible for enabling Director of Outreach Programs and the Outreach Programs staff in the department to perform at peak productivity levels in their roles, by supporting their efforts through providing administrative expertise in project management of special projects for outreach services, documentation and reporting for programs, budgeting analytics and purchasing logistics in conjunction with supply chain and other duties as needed. Coordinate and arrange meetings, prepare agendas, reserve and prepare facility and/or meeting rooms, calendars, lists and schedules, ensuring that the Director effectively manages a complex meeting schedule.

Education/Experience

Associates degree from an accredited college; or a minimum of two to five years related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience. A minimum of two years of experience in a business environment and a minimum of 1 year supporting federal programs or other non – profit service.

Skills/Abilities

Proficiency using Microsoft Office Programs, such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook a must. Must possess excellent written, verbal communication and customer service skills. Strong customer service skills and willingness to assist others. Able to communicate complex information clearly. Attentive to detail. Strong problem-solving abilities. Able to coordinate well with other departments and personnel. Ability to operate computer, copier and other business equipment.

 


CAP Coordinator  

The Houston Food Bank Client Assistance Program (CAP) assists clients with applying for state public benefit programs such as SNAP (formerly known as SNAP), Medicaid, CHIP, TANF and others. The Client Assistance Coordinator will provide SNAP education, application assistance and interview clients for state public benefit programs. The Client Assistance Coordinator will provide application assistance to clients for state public benefit programs at various social service agencies within 12 counties. Bi-lingual English/Spanish Preferred.

Education/Experience

BA in Social Work, Social Sciences, Marketing, Business or closely related field preferred or 60+ college hours in a related field plus 2 years of related work providing case work or case management services to clients. Must have a valid Government issued driver’s license, insurance and reliable transportation.

Skills/Abilities

Proficiency using Microsoft Office programs, such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook a must. Ability to understand and follow directions and complete complex state benefit applications. Must be able to perform basic mathematical functions such as addition and multiplication. Must possess excellent written and verbal communication and customer service skills.

 


Cook 

Responsible for supporting the efforts of the Executive Chef in preparing quality food items in a timely, consistent, and professional manner. Maintain a clean and well stocked food presentation area and rotate and stock perishable inventory. Supervise culinary interns and kitchen helpers. Maintain records of food temperatures served, cooked and quantities. Also, maintain cleaning schedules and oversee sanitation operations. Report to work for assigned shifts wearing uniform which complies with standards.

Education/Experience

Require a High School Diploma or GED equivalent training and experience. Appropriate Food Handlers Permit.

Skills/Abilities

At least six months of work experience in the food service industry with previous prep cook and kitchen sanitation experience.

 


Recycling and Waste Management Associate

Primary responsibility is to maintain the Recycling dock, disposing of solid wastes, and making certain HFB is in compliance with the State of Texas Hazardous Waste regulations when disposing and storing hazardous materials at all of the Houston Food Bank locations. Will also ensure we are capturing beneficial recyclable materials; recycling them correctly and receiving the full rebate. Supervises volunteers who are assign to work on recycle dock.

Education/Experience

High School Diploma or GED. One year general experience.

Skills/Abilities

Must be able to read, write, and perform basic math. Strong customer service skills and willingness to assist others. Able to communicate complex information clearly and detailed with Excellent leadership skills. Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities. Able to coordinate well with other departments and personnel.

 


Security Associate

Maintains safe and secure environment for customers, volunteers and employees by patrolling and monitoring premises and personnel. Provides support to the Loss Prevention Manager, and assumes responsibility for related duties as required or assigned.

Education/Experience

Require a high school diploma or its equivalent with previous years of experience in the field or in a related area.  Previous military, law enforcement or security experience is a plus. 2 years direct experience and/or equivalent training. Has knowledge of commonly-used concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular field. Ability to rely on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job.

Skills/Abilities

Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and related information technology. Strong customer service skills and willingness to assist others.

 


Production Assistant

Responsible for assisting the production cook in the daily food production at Keegan. Organizes meals and paperwork for delivery drivers. Organizes the staff preparing the trays for delivery or pack outs. Assists in maintaining all record keeping required for the CACFP program, the Houston Food Bank and any other required documentation.  Provide exceptional customer service and support to the Kids Café and Meals on Wheels customers in addition to volunteers and students assisting in meal production. Maintain a clean and safe kitchen always, comply with all state, local and HACCP polices, practices and procedures. Maintain exceptional communication with the production cooks, kitchen staff and truck drivers. Assist in the preparation of the daily meals.

Education/Experience

High School Diploma or Equivalent.

Skills/Abilities

Strong customer service skills and willingness to assist others. Able to communicate complex information clearly and speak to a large group of people and train them on specific task. Able to coordinate well with other departments and personnel. Able to operate forklift with proper training.

 


Housekeeping Associate

Responsible for routinely monitoring the cleanliness and hygiene situations of the 1st Floor of the Portwall facility by adhering to the health and safety standards outlined in the Facility SOP to provide a clean and sanitary environment. The position will lead and mentor Blue bade Volunteers who assist on the 1st Floor in maintaining the cleaning required to meet and exceed the quality standards staff and volunteers have grown accustom to at the Portwall facility.

Education/Experience

High School Diploma and/or GED equivalent. Related work experience preferred.

Skills/Abilities

Must be able to read, write, and perform basic math. Strong customer service skills and willingness to assist others. Able to coordinate well with other departments and personnel.

 


Professional Driver

Deliver Member Agency orders and pick up food donations and/or purchased products timely, accurately, and strictly in compliance to all establish guidelines set by the Houston Food Bank, Department of Transportation, all local, state and federal guidelines while providing exemplary customer service to both internal and external customers.

Education/Experience

High school diploma or approved equivalency, valid Texas Commercial Driver's License:

  • Class "A" for tractor/trailer equipment
  • Class "B" for bobtail equipment
  • Class "C" for all other equipment

Skills/Abilities

Approved three-year (clean/clear/no violations) Motor Vehicle Record (MVR), able to pass Department of Transportation (DOT) physical. Three years driving/operating "Equipment" based on classifications above and all MHE (Material Handling Equipment). Possess strong customer service skills and willingness to assist others; communicate complex information timely, consistently and clearly; attentive to detail; self motivated/directed; ability to problem solve, coordinate and have positive interaction with other departments, personnel and "customers" of the Houston Food Bank.



Warehouse Associate

The Warehouse Associate will perform routine warehousing tasks such as shipping, receiving, production, housekeeping tasks on the Second Shift Operation. Shipping tasks include picking, loading, and shipment of orders. Receiving tasks include unloading truck shipments and stocking warehouse locations. Production tasks include order fulfillment.

Experience and Skills

High school diploma, GED, or commensurate industry experience in food warehousing and food distribution with minimum of two years food warehouse experience in shipping, receiving, production, and housekeeping.



Warehouse Casual

The Warehouse Casual is a part-time position and is responsible for maintaining smooth operations of all day-to-day functions within the Warehouse, Volunteer Production and Facility departments.

Education/Experience

High school diploma, GED or commensurate industry experience.  Previous experience in food warehousing and/or like business is preferred.

Skills/Abilities

Strong customer service skills and willingness to assist others. Ability to coordinate well with other departments and personnel, operate computer, copier, other business equipment and a manual jack. Must be able to exert up to 60 lbs of force occasionally and/or up to 45 lbs. frequently and 35 lbs constantly.



Please send resume, clearly noting the job that you're applying for, to:


Houston Food Bank

Attn: HR/Position applied for

535 Portwall Street

Houston, TX 77029

713-223-3700

Fax: 713-547-8687

E-mail: jobs@houstonfoodbank.org 

  

  

  

  

  

   

  

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

  

  

  

  

  

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Recruiting Scam

The Houston Food Bank has recently become aware that criminals are using its name, branding, and false but realistic looking websites/emails in employment recruiting scams. These scams may appear professional and legitimate. However, they are not legitimate or affiliated with the Houston Food Bank in any way. Prospective applicants should carefully research the legitimacy of any unsolicited recruiting communications that appear to come from the Houston Food Bank or any other employer to help stop fraud and avoid falling victim to such online scams.

The Houston Food Bank accepts no responsibility for any payments incurred as a result of this fraudulent activity.

The Houston Food Bank Never:

  • Sends unsolicited job offers or employment contracts of any kind
  • Requires any fees, payments or access to any of your financial, bank or any other types of accounts

The Houston Food Bank Always:

  • Requires applicants to interview with a Houston Food Bank representative prior to the extension of any job offer
  • Uses an email address ending in @houstonfoodbank.org

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The U.S. Federal Trade Commission provides consumers with free tips and information on how to avoid being scammed online and what to do if you feel you have been scammed.   For further information, please visit the Federal Trade Commission's job scams advice webpage . If you have been scammed online, you may report the crime through the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation's Internet Crime Complaint Center's website ( www.ic3.gov ) or the U.S. Federal Trade Commission's website ( http://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/ ).

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If you ever have any questions regarding the authenticity of any communication sent purportedly by or on behalf of the Houston Food Bank’s Human Resources Department or members of its recruiting team, please contact the Houston Food Bank at 713-223-3700.


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