Careers

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:

Marketing Coordinator:

POSITION SUMMARY: The main function of the Marketing Coordinator is to successfully manage the integrated marketing communications, tactics and strategies that drive brand awareness and further promote The Sheridan Story to its strategic partners and the key audiences it serves including corporate and community sponsors, individual donors, volunteers and area schools to which we provide services. Working in conjunction with development, program management and operations teams, the Marketing Coordinator will help define strategy whether it is brand awareness, email or direct mail fundraising appeal campaigns, or public relations outreach and assist in executing the plan. The Marketing Coordinator will help manage The Sheridan Story’s social media channels and develop content for these channels as another brand-building tactic. Additionally, the Marketing Coordinator will write press releases, marketing emails and other marketing content as part of the overall integrated marketing communications strategy.

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To apply, email a resume and brief cover letter to apply@thesheridanstory.org

Logistics Associate:

POSITION SUMMARY: Assist the Director of Logistics (DoL) and the Logistics Coordinator with daily operations at The Sheridan Story (TSS) warehouse, including but not limited to, PO receiving and reconciliation, inventory management and replenishment of supplies and raw materials. Overall responsibilities include product receiving, movement and distribution, food and supply procurement per DOL direction, safety, inventory functions. Assist in product movement to ensure schools have enough inventories and to maximize warehouse capacity and organization. Ensure excellent customer service to schools, agencies and volunteers during their shifts.

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To apply, email a resume and brief cover letter to apply@thesheridanstory.org