Chester County Food Bank is the central hunger relief organization serving more than 120 partner agencies in Chester County, PA. Our staff is comprised of passionate people dedicated to our mission. Chester County Food Bank is an equal opportunity employer.
Bin Washer (part-time/seasonal)
This position provides a key function that supports the Warehouse & Logistics, Agriculture and Food Security Initiatives teams. Supervised by the Produce Manager, the Bin Washer provides a steady supply of sanitized produce bins for the collection and transportation of produce that moves from farm to community.
Applicants must be at least 16 years of age. Hours are approximately 6-10 hours per week including Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9am-11am from May-November. View the full job description here and application here.
Mobile Market Associate (part-time/seasonal)
This position supports all aspects of the Fresh2You Mobile Market operations and plays a significant role in increasing access to healthy food throughout Chester County.
Processing Kitchen Associate (full-time/hourly with benefits)
This position is responsible for receiving, storing, staging, processing and inventory management of all fresh produce. The Associate works in collaboration with the Nutrition and Produce Manager, assisting with the distribution of fresh food to CCFB programs and partnering agencies.
Community Food Advocate (part-time/seasonal)
This position supports our Fresh2You mobile market operations and CCFB program efforts in the community through outreach and advocacy. CFAs are trained to be food leaders and work alongside CCFB staff to provide access to fresh, healthy foods in our community.
Click here for the complete job description, market hours, and details to apply.
Looking for field experience as part of your educational program for college? Students are encouraged to apply for listed internship opportunities as well as for opportunities that may not, as of yet, be listed on our website. To apply, submit a letter of interest to the department manager, specifying the goals of your school’s field experience program, and/or your own personal goals. College representatives may also contact us on behalf of students involved in educational programs that require field experience.
Internship projects are unpaid and provide an educational experience for a college student under the mentorship of a Food Bank manager and sponsoring educational institution.