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Frisco Fastpacs is seeking compassionate individuals who are driven to fulfill mission impact in their everyday work. Our small-but-mighty team includes 2 staff, 10 board members, and 150 volunteers. See below for our current open positions and click APPLY NOW to be considered. 

Join our cause to make an impact in our community!


  • Part-time administrative assistant


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Delivers customer service while acting as a receptionist by taking phone calls, replying to voicemails, managing the general email inbox and web inquiries, ordering office supplies, etc.

  • Organizes mail and paperwork to include invoices

  • Supports financial activity by organizing bills and payments, partnering with other staff as needed

  • Coordinates activities and operations of the office space; Provides scheduling assistance for staff and board as needed

  • Creates automation on ancillary tasks to elevate efficiency and impact

  • Assists with donor gratitude and acknowledgement process; Provides continuous improvement of the process to maintain efficient structure

  • Creates and manages “food drive kits” and “off-site event kits” with volunteer coordinators

  • Develops structured food drive program to plan for and maximize food donations

  • Supports Grant Writer by maintaining grant paperwork, organizing, and tracking grants, and following up where needed

  • Provides event support to Empty Bowls, Volunteer luncheon, Frisco Bowl, Spirit Nights, board events, golf tournament, weekly pack nights, etc.

  • Provides tax letters and other follow up for sponsors

  • Assists with and protects Frisco Fastpacs’ relationship with FISD, board, campuses, and staff

  • Represents the organization in the community as needed

  • Other duties as assigned

Position Type and Expected Hours of work:

This is a part-time position. Days and hours of work are generally 9 AM to 12 PM Monday, Wednesday, Friday and 11 AM to 2 PM Tuesday and Thursday. Additional hours, up to 20 hours total per week, will be identified and required to meet program deadlines or client needs. Traveling within the Dallas metroplex is required. Must be willing to include occasional weeknights and weekend dates, as needed, for special events.

Working conditions and physical demands required:

The demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

  • Remain in a stationary position at a workstation and use a computer- 85%

  • Assist with unloading and moving boxes, packing and carrying meal packs, sorting food items and working warehouse equipment- 10%

  • Collaboration with staff for meetings, coordinating volunteers and program outreach strategies, 5%


  • High School Diploma or GED required

  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred

  • Professional/volunteer experience in social services field or food insecurity sector

  • Understanding of the needs of low-income families and comfortable working in a diverse setting

  • Bilingual, Spanish-English is a plus, but not required

Skills, Licenses, and/or competencies:

  • Strong ability with Microsoft Office Suite

  • Efficient, accurate data entry skills

  • Willing to work in a small office adjacent to the food warehouse

  • Knowledge of human services sector and/or food insecurity sector

  • Ability to work well independently and as part of a team


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