Equality Toledo is a Toledo-based nonprofit organization that began as a response to the passage of Ohio’s Issue One amendment in November 2004, which made it unconstitutional for the state to perform or recognize same-sex marriages or civil unions. The founding members were actively involved in opposing Issue One and educating communities about the consequences of its passage. Despite the diligent efforts of concerned citizens, the Issue One amendment became Article 15, Section 11 of the Ohio Constitution. The amendment passed because of the lack of an effective statewide coalition in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and its allies. ET was formed to address this deficiency. Since that time a lot has been accomplished for the LGBTQ communities in the Greater Toledo Area, including the Supreme Court ruling in favor of marriage equality on June 26, 2015. However, there is still work to be accomplished, therefore We remain dedicated to eliminating discrimination in our region on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, through education, activism and other anti-defamation efforts.
Equality Toledo Panty Coordinator
The Pantry Coordinator will oversee pantry operations and volunteer coordination for ET’s pantry. This is a (1099) contracted 10hr/per week position and reports to the Executive Director of the organization. This position also works closely with our Deputy Director, Board members, Volunteers, Community Representatives and our Patrons. The incumbent represents Equality Toledo throughout our community and is expected to demonstrate strong professional and social skills in a variety of environments.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
-Working all open pantry hours
-Maintaining inventory at the pantry
-Timely ordering from Seagate or other sources
-Identifying deficits in existing pantry stock
-Rotating out expired or spoiled items
-Making adjustments to order based on need
-Training new and existing volunteers supervising all volunteers during pantry operations
-scheduling and recruiting volunteers, to include ensuring the pantry is adequately staffed but not over-staffed
-Complete a volunteer training manual
-Clean office and pantry space weekly
-Maintain client database and reporting requirements to Seagate and Equality Toledo board
-Keep up-to-date on all Seagate documentation and reporting requirements
-Weekly check-in with the Executive Director
-Report monthly to the the Executive Director on pantry operations
-Additional duties as assigned Position Guidelines Compensation.
The Pantry Coordinator will work pantry hours, plus additional administration work and coordinate food pick-ups.
This is a contracted offering at $15 an hour for up to 10 hours per week.
For interested applicants, please send your resume and cover letter to [email protected]