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Company Name:
Brown Bagging for Calgary Street Kids Society
Approximate Salary:
Not Specified
Calgary, Alberta
Position type:
Full Time
Experience level:
2 - 5 years
Education level:
Not specified

Kitchen Coordinator

Working cohesively with the Director of Programming, the Kitchen Coordinator is responsible for the leadership and day to day management of BB4CK’s central downtown kitchen, empowering volunteers to work in their areas of strength to make lunches for hungry kids.

The role of Kitchen Coordinator will include the following key responsibilities:

Whole Organization:

  • Be responsible for own health and wellness, personally and professionally, and take ownership to ensure you are able to perform this role as needed
  • Contribute wholeheartedly to BB4CK’s vision and mission
  • Working effectively on tasks assigned within the context of BB4CK values and culture


  • Engage and educate volunteers, maintaining and building strong relationships
  • Empower Core (regular) volunteers with all the tools and support they need to manage the lunch-making process in the Kitchen
  • Manage all aspects of daily lunch making, ensuring that the necessary lunches are prepared in a timely manner, and maintain systems to do so
  • Manage all food and supply ordering
  • Maintain database of core volunteer contact information
  • Orient and manage each day’s group volunteers to perform necessary tasks in accordance with established guidelines
  • Ensure the kitchen operates in accordance with Alberta Health Services and food safety standards
  • Participate in planning, leading and supporting miscellaneous third-party projects
  • Any other duties that may be required


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 This opportunity might be for you if you:

 Are a dynamic and engaging leader, demonstrating our core values to positively influence others at all levels of interaction

  • Have the ability to achieve results that are in the best interests of both the organization and community
  • Are flexible and responsive, seeing solutions and creating an environment that empowers other to solve problems
  • Are an expert in food safety and preparation
  • Are focused on supporting everyone around you to take on the responsibility of making lunches for hungry kids
  • Are flexible and adaptable to changing situations
  • Have certification or willingness to obtain Alberta Food Safety Basics and First Aid/CPR
  • Have a working knowledge of computers (Microsoft Office)


  • 1-3 years experience leading in a Kitchen environment
  • 3+ years working closely in a team
  • Experience thinking “on your feet” problem solving and building both short- and long-term solutions