By Grace Basler, Communications Intern As a community, we are facing unprecedented circumstances. The COVID-19 pandemic and its impact only heighten the need for the services offered by CommUnity Crisis Services and Food Bank. For many people, the pandemic is a scary time. In addition to fearing the virus itself, our society is rapidly […]
CommUnity Crisis Services and Food Bank is currently seeking individuals interested in the position of Basic Needs Supervisor.
The Basic Needs Supervisor supports the administration of services to Johnson County households to assist with basic needs such as food, clothing, local transportation, housing, utilities, prescriptions, new employment, and identification. They are responsible for facilitating the daily operations of the Food Bank Department with unconditional positive regard and ensuring quality service delivery to all community members.