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Productive and great place to work with excellent values towards helping communities in need.
Assistant Manager, Mobile Market Logistics (Current Employee), New York, NYAugust 21, 2013
My typical day at work is very different from everyone else in the organization. I spend a lot of time working with several departments to put together my program but I also get to be out on the field interacting with the communities that I serve.

I have learned that it takes a lot of dedication to serve these communities. City Harvest is a trusted partner and maybe people are willing to participate in our programs because they know we will provide quality and integrity. We are just not another handout.
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Great experience and enjoyable time
Assistant (Former Employee), New York, NYJuly 9, 2013
Spoke to many people and entered data. Researched potential partners. Mailed and contacted major donors.
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VERY EASY GOING ATMOSPHERE
Food Distribution Center Associate (Current Employee), Long Island City, NYMay 16, 2013
Pros: great benefits
Cons: off on the weekens
KEEP YOU BUSY BY THE TIME YOU TURN AROUND YOUR DAY IS OVER .THERE IS ALWAYS SOMETHING TO DO TO KEEP YOU BUSY
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Company has a great mission statement, and a great place to work for
Warehouse Manager - L.I.C, NY (Former Employee), 5501 2nd st LIC,NYJuly 28, 2012
Start off by loading 27 trucks for out bound deliveries. Then we start the the morning organization of the warehouse. Next prepare to take in the inbound deliveries, which consist of about 5 to 7 trailers, which are counted, checked for quality and dates and proceed to store product in various locations ( freezer,fridge,dry area. ). This is a new warehouse, we went from 2500 square feet to 50000 square feet. The hardest part of the job is the amount of product that comes in, from 2 trailers to 7. With a staff of 6 new warehouse associates, 3 on day and 3 on nights (this company never had warehouse personnel ) this becomes a challenge with new associates in the proper procedures of storing the product constant direction and training. The most enjoyable part is that at the end of the day (which could be 10 to 12 hours ) that all the work was accomplished and preperation for the next day was created.,

June 8, 2013

I recently applied for a position of Transportation Manager. The initial interview consisted of a MS office skills assessment and interview with HR manger and recruiter. I was called back for the next round of interviews. I met with another HR person, Transportation Director, Sr. Transportation Manager and assistant. Director. I was fortunate to make it to the final round were I interviewed with a Sr. HR Persona and the VP of operations. I thought the interviews went well. However they decided to hire someone else..... So why is this position still vacant? I would love to work at this place it seems like a great place to be part of a team..... wassup? I'm ready , willing and able