The Central Texas Food Bank brings together professionals from a variety of industries, backgrounds and stages in their careers. In an environment that supports individual growth and rewards innovation, the Food Bank encourages all team members to put forth their best efforts in combating hunger in our community.
Despite coming from different backgrounds, everyone on our staff has a role in tackling issues that affect Central Texans. Together, we voice the struggles of the community, lead fundraisers benefiting area residents and work every day to minimize the number of hungry around us.
Awards and Designations
American Heart Association Fit Friendly Workplace GOLD Level winner, 2016
Austin Business Journal's "Healthiest Employers of Central Texas" winner, 2015
Texas Mother-Friendly Workplace
Tobacco and Electronic Cigarette-Free Workplace
With a vision as serious and important as ending hunger, we need all our team members at their best. We offer full benefits including medical, dental, vision and life insurance; 403B matching contributions; Employee Assistance Program; paid time off; and paid holidays. Grow your career, build your network and develop your talents while enjoying the flexibility of a family-friendly environment.
Equal Opportunity Employment
Equal opportunity employment has been, and will continue to be, a fundamental principle at the CTFB, where employment and opportunities are based upon merit, qualifications, and personal capabilities without regard to race, creed, color, age, sex, marital status, veteran status, religion, national origin, class origin, nationality, gender identity, physical or mental disability which can be reasonably accommodated, military status, sexual orientation, pregnancy, or any other legally protected status.
Employment decisions covered by this policy include recruiting, hiring, promotion, training, compensation, benefits, transfers, corrective discipline, layoffs, termination, and other terms or conditions of employment.
The CTFB is committed to providing a work environment free of discrimination, intimidation, or unlawful harassment based on any legally protected characteristic.
The Central Texas Foodbank is committed to understanding, communicating and establishing trust with individuals from various cultural backgrounds. We are committed to creating an environment that respects and accommodates the cultural diversity of the workforce and community. Our commitment extends to recruiting a culturally and linguistically diverse governance, leadership and workforce that are responsive to the population in the service area. We actively seek to recruit and cultivate staff and supporters who bring new approaches and experiences to our mission, and continually champion tolerance, acceptance, and cultural competence.