Thank you for your interest in joining the Tarrant Area Food Bank (TAFB) team and partnering with us in the fight to end hunger in our community. All available job and internship opportunities are listed at the bottom of this page.

Job Opportunities

TAFB offers a generous benefit package to our team and works to promote healthy lifestyles through an employee wellness program. In 2016, TAFB was named a Gold Level Recipient of the American Heart Association’s Fit-Friendly Worksites Recognition program. In addition, we provide staff with access to in-person and online training resources for professional development.

Internship Opportunities

The purpose of Tarrant Area Food Bank’s internship program is to provide college students with an opportunity to obtain valuable real-world job experience and/or earn academic credits through a substantive internship. Students with less than 80 hours to commit will be directed to our Volunteer Services team. To learn more about our internship program, please email our HR Team.

Internship Application Procedure
  • Submit your cover letter and resume to TAFB.
  • In the cover letter, please describe your interest in the nonprofit community and hunger-ending initiatives, and your career aspirations.
  • If your experience meets our job qualifications, you will be extended an interview.
  • Once a hiring decision is made and an internship is accepted, the intern will attend a mandatory orientation, which will include an overview of TAFB’s mission, programs, and policies and a review of the student’s learning objectives and training plan/career goals.
Job Openings

If technology is your cup of tea, we may have the job for you. As an analyst for TAFB, you will take a detailed look at platforms currently used at the organization. In addition, you will have an opportunity to research new solutions and areas of improvement. You will also work closely with the TAFB fundraising team. The analyst subscribes to the motto that “we can’t make it better if we don’t understand it as it is today.” This is a full-time position. Download PDF job description.

To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to our HR Team.


Bilingual Social Services Specialist

TAFB is seeking a seasonal, full-time Social Services Specialist who is bilingual in Spanish to partner with us in our work to end hunger. As a Social Services Specialist, you will connect people with resources to help them with food, finances and healthcare. You will also be able to help potentially eligible clients with Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Program (D-SNAP) applications. D-SNAP provides short-term food assistance benefits to families suffering in the wake of a disaster.  Download PDF job description.

To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to our HR Team.



Tarrant Area Food Bank is seeking a full-time Class A CDL driver to ensure that donated food products are efficiently transported to our Distribution Center and Partner Agencies serving hungry children, families and seniors. Download PDF job description.

To apply, please submit your resume to our HR Team. You may also apply in person at our Dorothy and Norman M. Kronick building at 2525 Cullen St., Fort Worth, TX.


Major Gifts Director

Major gifts from donors help TAFB make great strides toward achieving its vision of communities where no one has to go hungry. The Major Gifts Director seeks out and cultivates these vital donor relationships. Updating donor records and managing direct mail content are among the other job duties. This is a full-time position. Download PDF job description.

To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to our HR Team.



Thank you for your interest in joining our team. All positions are currently filled. Please visit our website again for future opportunities.

Tarrant Area Food Bank is an equal opportunity provider. Read USDA Nondiscrimination Statement.