Join our team as an Operations Assistant!

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About Fresh Truck

We’re on a mission to radically impact community health in Boston by celebrating community food culture and getting fresh food to those who need it most. Fresh Truck operates two renovated school buses as mobile food markets, stocked with fresh fruit, vegetables, and healthy snacks. We partner with health centers and other community organizations to combine their services with access to affordable, healthy food.

What you’ll do

  • Support daily mobile market operations: customer service, bus loading/unloading, inventory management, restocking, cleaning
  • Create an inviting customer shopping experience through consistent engaging customer service
  • Communicate with shoppers, community partners, and co-workers
  • Support Fresh Truck initiatives such as community outreach, customer surveys, and operations process improvement

Who you are

  • A young person eager to learn about food access and community health in Boston
  • Willing to get your hands dirty and comfortable with some heavy lifting
  • You embrace working within diverse community settings and with a strong sense of social justice; being multilingual (Spanish, Haitian Creole, Portuguese, Cantonese) and/or a Boston native is huge a plus


  • $11/hour
  • Groceries at the end of each shift
  • The opportunity to shape Fresh Truck’s growth
  • Work day in and day out to make Boston a healthier city


We’re excited to hear from you! To apply send a resume to

Blog / Join our team as an Operations Assistant!

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