Agencies Engagement Lead
The GVFB provides assistance to approximately 14,000 people monthly across Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster and the North Shore. We also provide food support to more than 118 community agencies such as housing agencies, women and children’s shelters, transition homes and after school programs, which in turn provide hot meals and snacks to thousands of people each week, including people who are homeless.
Our mission is providing healthy food to those in need. Our vision is to create healthy communities through fair and effective food systems. Currently, the GVFB receives, purchases, and distributes 8 M lbs of food each year.
The Agencies Engagement Lead oversees daily Agency Department activities including leading the Agency Application cycle, relationship management through Annual Visits and conflict resolution, supporting the team with a variety of projects and events.
Who We Are
The GVFB is a proud winner of two prestigious awards: Canada’s Top100 Employers 2022 and BC’s Top Employers 2022!
The GVFB is a certified Living Wage Employer! This recognizes the GVFB’s commitment to paying fair wages, upholding good work standards for our employees and contributing to poverty reduction and a higher standard of living in our community.
We believe in proving employees with flexibility and the resources & tools to excel in their role. We provide a hybrid work model where employees have the option to work from home two days per week after passing probation and working 3 days in an inclusive office environment with excellent Skytrain accessibility and free parking on-site. Our competitive benefit plan includes extended healthcare and dental, 3 weeks paid vacation to start, a Group Registered Retirement Savings Plan where employees are matched up to 7% of their contributions. In addition, you also get your birthday and two personal days as additional paid days off. And you will work alongside people who are passionate about food insecurity and community.
Career and personal development are at the forefront of the culture here at the GVFB. After 6 months of employment, employees have access to $1,500 towards professional development, half of which can be utilized towards wellness initiatives!
Personal Attributes and Core Skills
Qualifications and Experience
We are actively recruiting for this position and encourage you to apply now if you are keen on this opportunity!
Due to high volume applications, only those applicants under consideration will be contacted.
Please accept our utmost appreciation for your interest. The Greater Vancouver Food Bank is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. Applications will be treated in strict confidence.
An ICBC report will be request at the interview stage, to include (driver factor report, drivers abstract, commercial driving record if applicable, 5 years insurance and claims history record).
A criminal record check for working with vulnerable sectors is required upon hiring.