Reporting to the Manager, Campus Operations, the Food Bank Assistant prepares and provides food support to students accessing the SSF’s Food Bank.
Note: As this role will operate on-campus, the Seneca COVID-19 Return to Campus Guide shall be adhered to at all times. This is subject to change according to the college guidelines.
- Distribute food items to individuals accessing the Food Bank
- Prepare Food Bank when shipment arrives – sort and stack items in an orderly manner on the shelves
- Ensure product quality through proper sorting techniques
- Ensure Food Bank room and all storage space is clean and tidy every day
- Ensure the sorting area is safe – maintain clean walkways and exits
- Use correct body mechanics while lifting heavy items
- Ensure personal hygiene and cleanliness
- Ensure all interactions with individuals are maintained with confidentiality except where required by law
- Ensure proper registration of members and tracking of visits
- Commitment to supporting diverse individuals
- Ability to express compassion and empathy
- Good mobility required for bending and reaching etc.
- Ability to lift up to 20 lbs of weight several times during the shift
- Strong communication and organizational skills
- Exceptional interpersonal skills
- Problem solving skills
- Time management skills
- Data management skills
- Punctual and reliable
- Vaccinations are a condition for students, employees and others on official Seneca business to come on campus during the Fall 2022 semester.
- Must be enrolled in a full-time Seneca College program
- Must reside in Ontario
- Must have a valid Social Insurance Number
- Must have an account with a Canadian bank
Through the work experience gained in this role, by the end of their term, the Food Bank Clerk will be able to:
- Develop strategies to build positive personal and professional, group and network relationships.
- Analyze issues, risks, and limitations, and collaborate with diverse groups and interests
- Understand the importance of supporting integrative diversity, inclusive groups and effective communication from an operational perspective.
- Develop proficiency in understanding and implementing effective strategies in communication, management, and operations.
- Analyze the impact of cultural and experiential differences on organizational objectives, operations, and practices.
Essential Employability Skills
- Interact with others in groups or teams in ways that contribute to effective working relationships and the achievement of goals
- Use critical thinking skills to anticipate and solve problems
- Interact with others in groups or teams to support effective coordination and contribute to effective working relationships and common goals
- Responsibly and effectively manage the use of time and other resources to complete projects
- Take responsibility for one's actions, decisions, and consequences.
Deadline to apply for this position is August 18, at 12pm
Only successful candidates will be invited for an interview.