Thank you for your interest in joining the Tarrant Area Food Bank (TAFB) team through our jobs and internships. Your talents might be just what we’re looking for to continue growing our team. Whether you’re working on our administrative side or working hands-on to distribute food, you’ll be making a difference.
provide opportunities for all staff to see our mission in action like distributing food at mobile pantries or gardening in the Learning Garden.
promotes Safety First by providing ServSafe training to ensure our food is safe and a First Responder team that is certified in CPR, AED and first aid.
The Ambassador Program
is a leadership development and educational group comprised of a member from each department who plan staff quarterly celebrations.
All Staff Huddles
provide a 15-minute update on the strategic plan
TAFB Online Store
provides logo-items for rewards and other activities.
up to $1,500 per semester ($3,000 per year).
New staff immediately begin accruing 8 hours (1 day) of PTO each pay period, equivalent to 3 weeks annually.
TAFB honors 11 paid holidays + 1 personal day each year.
Healthcare benefits (medical, dental, vision, short and long term disability and life insurance) are available on the first of the month following 30 days of employment.
New staff may contribute to the retirement plan immediately. After one year of employment, participants receive a 4% employer contribution + up to a 3% employer match. This match is funded every pay period.
Hear From TAFB Employees
Program Specialist and Horticulturist
“The Mission is why I love what I do. It is a powerful reason to go to work every day. When I meet a family who is looking for food, and see the stress leave their eyes because they hear, 'Yes, we have food for you!', it’s a good day!”
Mobile Pantry Coordinator
``I love working for TAFB because not only is this the most rewarding job of all time, but the support from coworkers and the leadership team is amazing! It is a great environment filled with people who have a passion for fighting hunger.``
“I love getting to interact with partner agencies and our staff on a daily basis and helping people.”
Inventory Control Coordinator
``We are making a difference in our community by providing a service to those in need. It brings a sense of accomplishment, pride and happiness. I also enjoy working with my coworkers; they’re an awesome group with the same great mission to end hunger. Every day is different and a challenge, and that’s why I love working at TAFB.``
Agency Services Coordinator
``The environment and people at TAFB are amazing. I really enjoy working with the community to help feed those in need. It leaves a warm feeling in my heart each day.``
Manager of Healthcare Partnerships
“Everyone is friendly, helpful and committed to the mission of the organization!”
``I love being able to deliver food to communities in need and seeing the joy on their faces when they see the food.``
Marketing and Communications Director
“I really appreciate the company’s encouragement of employees rolling up their sleeves to volunteer through Mission Moments.”
“It is fun working here. Benefits are great and we get to help people that need it.”
Community Nutrition Program Coordinator
“My favorite part about working at TAFB is having a supportive, encouraging team of colleagues. We work together engaging in solutions to make access to nutritious food a basic human right.”
EVP Culture, People and Programs
“Serving neighbors in need through the generosity of our community is a humble and amazing journey that I am proud to be a part of for the last 12 years.”
“I love working for TAFB because I love helping people. Knowing we are there to step up to the plate in crisis situations or whenever needed is the best feeling in the world. People depend on us now more than ever and we always want to be the place that they go to and think of first!”
Corporate Development Director
From event planning to soliciting new charitable support from local businesses, the Corporate Development Director’s ability to cultivates relationships with corporate partners is essential to fundraising here at TAFB. View full PDF job description here.
The assistant to the President/CEO plays a vital role in the organization and communications within TAFB. If you have experience providing administrative support and have meticulous organization skills, we’d love to hear from you. View full PDF job description here.
To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nutrition Educators play a strong role in supporting TAFB’s nutritional education programs by assisting the Community Nutrition team with special projects. If you have 2-3 years of experience working in a similar role and are excited for the opportunity to facilitate nutrition education programs like cooking and gardening workshops, view the full PDF job description here.
Our local drivers are essential players in our team who deliver food to our Partner Agencies. Without them, TAFB wouldn’t be able to accomplish serving 60 million meals per year safely and efficiently. If you have the heart to serve and have experience driving tractor-trailers and loading/unloading product, view the full PDF job description here.
Community Food Systems interns are part of our Community Nutrition team and assist with programs like the community gardens and farmers market. If you are seeking college credit for an internship in nutrition/dietetics/gardening/agriculture/community health and are available for 20-25 hours between May and August, view the full PDF job description here.