Current Job Openings

Major Gifts Officer 

The Major Gifts Officer plays an integral role in The Hunger Coalition’s fundraising team. They work closely with the Director of Philanthropy and team to manage and develop fundraising activities for The Hunger Coalition. Click here to read more and apply.

Community Engagement Coordinator
The bilingual Community Engagement Coordinator (CEC) will oversee participant engagement at multiple Bloom Programming sites. This includes recruiting and engaging community members to participate in community meals, volunteer garden sessions, workshops, support groups, and other programs as a form of mental wellness. Click here to read more and apply.

Local Non-Profit Job Board

Our non-profit partners in Blaine County are hiring, too! Check them out. Please submit applications, resumes, and requests for info regarding other nonprofit job posts to those organizations.

Contact Blanca at 208-788-0121 or for more details.

Don't see the job of your dreams? Feeling Unsure?

Research shows that while men apply to jobs when they meet an average of 60% of the criteria, women/other underrepresented individuals only apply when they meet 100% of them. We believe that people of color, people from working class backgrounds, women, and LGBTQ+ people must be centered in the work we do. Hence, we strongly encourage applications from people with these identities, or who are members of other marginalized communities. If you think you have what it takes, possess transferable skills, are quick to learn, but don’t necessarily satisfy every requirement or meet every qualification, or we just don’t have your dream job available yet, we would love to hear from you!

Send us an email or click here to submit info if you wanna stay in the loop for upcoming THC jobs. We will get back to you!

Working at The Hunger Coalition

Why is it Wonderful to Work at The Hunger Coalition?

The Hunger Coalition (THC) builds leaders who embrace a growth mindset, who are self-motivated and self-disciplined, who are committed to learning and development, and who thoughtfully and creatively risk-take to innovate solutions to our community’s deepest gaps.

What does this look like?

We operate in a ground-up style of leadership.
Employees are encouraged to dream big and bring ideas to the table.
Our community’s diverse and rich experiences are centered.
Managers act as coaches and advocates to help make those dreams come to life.
We craft our benefits & our personnel policies to our staff.

The Hunger Coalition is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

No one would ever think that a job at a food bank is really what’s going to help you find your inspiration in life.” – Blanca Romero Green

“…people come here and they discover themselves...” – Naomi Spence