The Assembly Coordinator, who oversees all food processing in the Volunteer Center, is responsible for the training and coordination of BVFB’s daily volunteer base in organizing food so that it can distributed where needed. The Assembly Coordinator does this by ensuring that all Volunteer Center activities and tasks are completed in a safe and efficient manner, while also ensuring the volunteer experience is meaningful and educational to all who participate. Preparing the Volunteer Center, with the assistance of Texas A&M University Work Study Students, for upcoming activities, as well as completing internal food orders in BVFB’s computerized inventory system, scheduling food production tasks on the calendar and matching these opportunities with available volunteers, are daily tasks. Computerized transformation of completed food products, quality controlling, proper tagging and placement of products in the warehouse using various equipment is necessary. Recruiting, scheduling, training and retaining volunteers is an important aspect of this job. This position requires someone with experience working with and communicating to diverse groups of people who has strong follow-through, organizational skill and attention to detail. The job requires high energy and enthusiasm, as well as the ability to physically push, pull and lift food products. Evening and weekend hours required, although a set volunteer schedule will be developed by the Assembly Coordinator and Community Engagement Manager for after business hours.