The Co-op is a great place to work!

We encourage you to consider a job at the Moscow Food Co-op. We are a community oriented workplace, offering a positive work environment, living wages, and great benefits. In a recent employee opinion survey, Moscow Food Co-op employees overwhelmingly rate the Co-op as a good place to work and say that they are proud to work for the Co-op.

Benefits for our full time employees (30+ hours per week) include health, vision and dental insurance. All employees receive paid time off, a 20% discount in the store, regular merit-based raises, and free soup provided during lunch breaks.

Thank you for considering the Co-op!


Current Openings

 

Part time or full time CASHIER

The Moscow Food Co-op seeks cashiers to operate the cash register, provide excellent customer service to Co-op shoppers, and present a strong image of the Co-op. Cashiers provide front-line customer service, are knowledgeable about the Co-op and its products and present an upbeat, helpful and steady presence for our community. Qualifications include the ability to follow proper procedures, excellent customer service skills, ability to get along with others, accuracy in money-handling and record-keeping, and attention to detail. Previous cashier/POS experience required. We are looking to hire one full-time cashier or two part-time cashiers.

Click here for the full position description.

 

Board administrative assistant

The Moscow Food Co-op Board of Directors is seeking an Administrative Assistant. This is a part time professional position averaging 10-12 hours a week, with some weeks as few as 5 and some as many as 25+ hours of work. The Administrative Assistant’s role is record-keeping and administrative support for the MFC Board of Directors.  The assistant attends all Board meetings, Board retreats, and the majority of Board committee meetings. S/he will help with Board event coordination, such as the owner forums, annual owner meetings and Board elections; and maintain Board records and files. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, and excellent oral and written communication is a must. Knowledge of Google platform is preferred. The Assistant must demonstrate responsibility without influencing policy or discussion, may not be a past or present employee at the Co-op, and may not serve on committees or present proposals to the board.  The designated person must abide by our code of conduct and sign a confidentiality agreement.

Click here for the full position description.

 

Full time produce stocker

The Moscow Food Co-op seeks an full-time produce stocker. Duties include assisting with receiving produce and ensuring that produce shelves are properly stocked, fronted, rotated and displayed in an attractive manner. This person also assists customers with produce questions, offers samples, and helps customers place special orders. Applicants should be focused, reliable, able to follow oral and written instructions, have excellent customer service skills, be able to stand for a long period of time, lift 50 pounds and have a desire to work with produce.  Variable shifts with some weeknights and weekends are required. This is a full time position with up to 40 hours per week. 

Click here for the full position description.

 


Application Process

YOU CAN APPLY ONLINE OR VIA A HARD COPY APPLICATION.
We encourage you to apply online to expedite the process.

Select your application option below. Please also provide your resume and contact information for two references (former employers preferred). If you have any questions, please contact the Human Resources office at hr@moscowfood.coop.

Hard Copy Applications: We have copies available at the bulletin board near the meat department, or you may download a copy via the button below to print. Completed hard copy applications can be inserted into the application drop-box in the store or emailed to hr@moscowfood.coop


FAQs

Here are answers to some frequently asked questions about our hiring process:

I've applied - what's next?

We will review your application and if we think your qualifications are a good match for one of our open positions, we will be sure to contact you.

I'm super excited about this opening at the Co-op; may I call you?

We love your enthusiasm, but please, no phone calls! Unfortunately, we are not able to personally speak with everyone who submits an application, but rest assured that each application is carefully reviewed and considered. Our website is kept up to date with current openings; all positions remain on the website until they are filled. Plus, we’ll hang on to your application for one year, so we’ll consider your application for each opening that is relevant to your skill set.

how can I prepare myself for an interview?

One idea you might consider is to learn a little more about our Co-op. Peruse our website for information about our history, the cooperative business model, and our departments.

What if no positions are open now? Can I still apply?

Yes, we accept applications even when we are not currently hiring for a position. Use the hard copy process detailed above, or click here for a pdf that you can download, save, complete, and submit with a resume and references to hr@moscowfood.coop.

How long do you keep my application? Should I apply again if i see another position i would like?

We will keep your application for one year, so we’ll consider your application for each opening that is relevant to your skill set. You also are welcome to submit another application at any time.

 

PLEASE NOTE: The Moscow Food Co-op provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. The Moscow Food Co-op complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.