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Jewish Senior, Family & Social Services Division-Food Pantry Manager & Support Services Coordinator
Jewish Federation of Greater Toledo
6465 Sylvania Avenue
Sylvania, OH 43560

Principal Responsibilities:

POSITION SUMMARY

Jewish Federation of Greater Toledo and its Jewish Senior, Family and Social Services Division is seeking a Food Pantry Manager and Support Services Coordinator. The Food Pantry Manager and Support Services Coordinator ("FPM") is a full-time, non-exempt employee of Jewish Federation of Greater Toledo ("JFGT"). The FPM will be responsible for oversight, management and delivery of Food Pantry services and will provide direct social work support services in the areas of client care management, patient advocacy and transportation coordination.

REPORTING

The FPM will report directly to the Vice President Senior, Family and Social Services for all purposes related to planning, coordination and execution of the responsibilities detailed below.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

Salary commensurate with experience ($55,000-65,000) plus benefits including healthcare, pension, paid vacation, sick time, professional development expenses, YMCA membership.

To apply, please submit resume and cover letter to tina@jewishtoledo.org

Minimum Qualifications:

QUALIFICATIONS

Salary:

55,000 - 65,000

Agency Information:

With an annual operating budget of over $4 million dollars and a staff of approximately 30 full time team members, JFGT is the central address for community programing, services and philanthropy for the Jewish community of northwest Ohio and part of southeast Michigan. JFGT includes a successful endowment program through the Toledo Jewish Community Foundation ("TJCF"), a seven-figure annual campaign, a Jewish Senior, Family and Social Services division including a community food pantry, a professionally staffed Jewish Community Relations Council, a preschool in its own building, the PJ Library program, an active Next Jewish Generation program, Hillel programs at two state universities, exceptional programs for community members age 60 and better and a Toledo Jewish Community Cemetery Association that operates and maintains two cemeteries.

The Jewish Senior, Family and Social Services Division of JFGT is responsible for programs and services that have been provided in the past by Jewish Family Service and the Jewish Living Center. These programs and services include a Food Pantry, patient advocacy for those in assisted living, In Home Care subsidies and coordination, financial and scholarship assistance, technology assistance and support, transportation coordination, exercise classes, bridge, mah jong and poker games, senior day and overnight trip experiences, and education/entertainment and wellness programs and events.

The Toledo Jewish community continues to support three synagogues as well as Chabad. Toledo boasts the University of Toledo, the Toledo Mudhens, the nationally recognized Toledo Zoo and the Toledo Museum of Art. Toledo is at the cross-roads of America with easy north/south highway access on I-75 and east/west highway access on I-80. It is within 50 minutes driving to Ann Arbor, 55 minutes to Detroit, 2.5 hours to Cleveland, and 4 hours to Chicago.