Our mission is to fight child hunger through community partnerships. Our community starts with our team members.

As a young and fast-paced organization, we offer boundless opportunities for personal and professional growth. It takes a dedicated team for an organization to scale its growth successfully, and we value collaboration, risk-taking, and flexibility. We offer great benefits such as a generous PTO policy, 10 paid holidays, employer-sponsored volunteer time, group medical/dental/vision insurance, video and in-home medical service, standing desks, and flexible work hours.

Current Positions:


Program Logistics Driver:

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:


  • Load and unload delivery trucks and trailers on a daily and consistent basis
  • Transport, track, and provide a variety of inventory to The Sheridan Story sites
  • Organize/maintain storage areas to maximize capacity and minimize product handling
  • Perform light maintenance on building, equipment and vehicles as needed
  • Ensure facility and material handling equipment is maintained properly to meet industry health and safety standards; identify equipment and supply needs
  • Work with Program Logistics Manager and Director of Programs to ensure overall effectiveness of the TSS warehouse


  • Implement food safety and security guidelines and rules as determined by the Program Logistics Manager
  • Compile with OSHA and workplace safety procedures


  • Represent The Sheridan Story in the community at various events/activities
  • Additional responsibilities as assigned

Experience and Qualification Requirements:

  • Demonstrated understanding of and agreement to The Sheridan Story’s mission – to fight child hunger through community and school partnerships.
  • Capable of safely operating (forwards and backwards) The Sheridan Story’s pickup truck pulling a 21ft trailer and a 26ft dock level straight truck (non – CDL)
  • Able to pass a Commercial Driver Medical Exam as required by the state/federal government
  • Forklift qualification; training provided by TSS if necessary
  • First Aid/AED/CPR qualified; training provided by TSS if necessary
  • Able to stand for up to 8 hours, push, pull, repeatedly lift 50 lbs., bend, twist, use fine manual dexterity, etc.
  • Excellent driving record and registered Driver’s License
  • Able to respectfully communicate and work with diverse community groups varying in age, religious beliefs, ethnicity, ability level, etc.
  • Flexible, adaptable, and able to troubleshoot
  • Timely, dependable, and responsible
  • Self-starter, independent, efficient and motivated

Additional Information:


  • Generous Paid Time Off
  • 10 paid Holidays
  • Medical/Dental/Vision Eligibility
  • Organization match of Retirement Plan
  • 16 hours paid per calendar year for volunteering outside TSS

How To Apply:

Send a resume and brief cover letter to