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Classification: Full time – Exempt 
Department: Administrative
Reports To: Board of Directors
The Executive Director is the chief administrator of all activities of Tri-State Food Bank (TSFB).  The Executive Director carriers out the mission of TSFB.
The Executive Director is an ex-officio member of the Board of Directors with voice but without vote.
Administrative and Board Liaison
1. Recommends policies to the Board and assists the Board and its committees in formulating policies.
2. Ensures implementation of the policies adopted by the Board.
3. Has chief administrative responsibility for accountability of TSFB.
4. Is responsible for overall management of TSFB. 
Planning Activities 
5. Work with the Board of Directors and staff in planning and developing goals and objectives of the organization.  
6. Prepare the necessary reports and statistics as required and other data requested by the Board of Directors.
7. Evaluates programs and services provided by TSFB, recommends changes when needed, and works with staff and Board to implement new programs and services.
Financial Activities 
8. Prepares budgets in cooperation with appropriate members of the Board and is ultimately responsible for management of the budget. 
9. Assumes major responsibility for food collecting, fund-raising, and in-kind donations with assistance of the entire staff.  Investigate and negotiate with other appropriate funding sources on behalf of the TSFB.
Operations and Food Supply
10. Keeps TSFB in compliance with Feeding America policies. 
11. Follows policies of the Indiana Board of Health.
12. Attends meetings of the Food Bank State Associations in Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky or assigns appropriate staff members to attend. 
13. Attends Central Region meetings of Feeding America and national meetings of Feeding America or delegates this responsibility.
Public Relations Activities 
14. Is ultimately responsible for public relations of TSFB and oversees all public relation activities. 
15. Promote and maintain an on-going, working relationship with the local and area media 
16. Pursue opportunities to speak to service clubs, religious groups and other community organizations to educate the public as to hunger issues and to solicit support for TSFB.
17. Develop / maintain networks with appropriate community groups. Provide appropriate recognition for donors.
18. Is responsible for advocacy efforts on behalf of the hungry and of TSFB. 
Personnel Management Activities 
19. Implement policies set by the Board of Directors, including personnel policies and procedures. 
20. Manage recruitment, selection and training of Staff.
21. Develop goals and objectives with the management staff and conduct weekly meetings.
22. Promote a good working atmosphere for all TSFB employees.
23. Prepares job descriptions for staff and is responsible for hiring and firing staff.
24. Evaluates all staff members on an annual basis with support from the Assistant Director.
25. Supervises all staff and volunteers in cooperation with the Assistant Director and the Warehouse Operations Manager.
26. Ensures that the warehouse meets all standards of proper management and that, in cooperation with the Assistant Director and Warehouse Operations Manager, the warehouse is organized, efficient, and productive. 
Standards and Ethics Activities 
27. Adhere to all food bank rules and regulations as set by the Board of Directors.
28. Works to establish favorable and ethical public relations to promote TSFB, adhering to the TSFB Code of Conduct.
Carries insurance on personal vehicles and can be insured by the TSFB insurance company.
Must be bondable.
Must have a valid driver’s license.
Must be willing to undergo a drug screening test and a physical examination.
Educational requirements may include a bachelor’s degree or comparable management skills obtained from five (5) years or more pertinent work experience.
Management skills.
Planning skills.
Organizational skills.
Public Relations skills.
Ability to communicate effectively and work with staff, volunteers, the Board of Directors, and the public.
Ability to work with the media.
Proficiency in food safety and handling.
The Executive Director should display an exemplary work ethic and be of good character. 
This is an Exempt Salary position.  Salary will be commensurate with similar positions in the region.  Benefits will apply as outlined in the Employee Handbook

postheadericon Feinstein Challenge 2014

17th Annual $1 Million Giveaway to Fight Hunger

In its 17th year, the Feinstein Foundation again offers a great opportunity to stretch your donation.

Here’s how it works:  One million dollars will be divided proportionately among hunger fighting agencies nationwide participating in the challenge.  Each agency will get a share of the $1million, equal, to the percentage of the total amount raised by all participants.  Donated items include cash, checks, and food items (valued at $1.00 per pound) if they are received in March and April in response to the Feinstein challenge.

The more Tri-State Food Bank raises from the challenge, the bigger our award will be.  You can help Tri-State Food Bank take advantage of this offer by sending a donation between March 1 and April 30th  2014.

Read more: Feinstein Challenge 2014

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September is Hunger Action Month (HAM).  Please join Tri-State Food Bank in building a movement that creates awareness and action to eliminate food insecurity in our community.  Feeding America and food banks across the nation are uniting to bring people together to help in our mission to end hunger.

Everyone can help by doing one of the following:

  • Give a little money.  Every dollar donated to the Tri-State Food Bank generates approximately $8.49 in food for those at risk.
  • Volunteer at the food bank, a local pantry, soup kitchen, or shelter.
  • Conduct a food drive, or simply drop off a few food items at the food bank.
  • Help spread the word on the issue of hunger to friends and colleagues. 
  • Lift your voice in asking Congress or local legislators to do what they can to solve the problem of hunger. 
  • Take the SNAP Challenge: Eat on just $4.50 a day.  Shop for your meals with the daily average per person benefit provided by the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (formerly known as Food Stamps) to get a sense of some of the challenges faced by those struggling to put food on the table.  Share your experience with family and friends to raise awareness of the importance of this critical nutrition program.
  • Businesses can host an Orange Day (orange is the symbolic color of hunger) encouraging employees to wear orange attire and bring in food to the food bank.
  • Employee Giving - Tri-State Food Bank is asking employees in our community to skip lunch for one day in September to feed those suffering from food insecurity and donate the money you would have spent for lunch.  Every little bit helps.

Other events taking place across the country include:

  • Jeff Gordon's race car will display a "Hunger Action Month" sticker on it during a race at the Richmond International Raceway, thanks to a partnership with AARP Foundation.  (Sept. 7)
  • Light up for hunger.  Buildings around the country will be lighting up orange throughout the month to show their support.  (Examples include Houston City Hall, Chase Tower in Phoenix, Sundance Square in Ft. Worth, TX) 

Community participation in this year’s Hunger Action Month is essential because:

  • Nearly 115,600 people in the tri-state are food insecure.  Of those, 34.3% are children. 
  • Many families rely on emergency food on a regular basis because their paycheck simply does not cover their basic life expenses.
  • Lack of food and nutrition for the elderly can be serious because of their susceptibility to health problems, both physical and cognitive.  In addition to a poor quality of life, health problems caused by poor nutrition can result in higher medical bills, which many seniors are struggling with already.  Our country is currently in a quandary over the rising cost of health care.  By providing a means to eliminate source due to hunger, we play a vital part in reducing some of our nation's cost.
  • Many kids that rely on the free school lunch program do not have adequate food over the weekend.  For some children there is not enough food or not the proper nutritional foods, at home for adequate nutrition.  Through our Weekend Back Pack-Food for Kids program, we are providing over 2,300 kids each week nutritious meals for the weekend.  Good nutrition makes children better prepared for school.  Kids become healthier, better focused, and alert with better attendance rates and are more eager to learn.

To participate in Hunger Action Month please contact Tri-State Food Bank at 812-425-0775.  

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