Join Our Team

Sharing Life is a special place to work, and many employees see their work as a ministry calling. We seek employees from a wealth of diversity who provide powerful, creative ideas that grow out of our different backgrounds and cultures.

Our organizational tagline reads “Demonstrating Compassion” and we believe our employees are the greatest organizational asset to do that when serving our clients. Our value of providing the highest level of client services in an atmosphere of teamwork defines who we are. We are a unique organization strategically located in Mesquite, TX to serve 35 zip codes in Rockwall, Kaufman, and Southeastern Dallas county. We are also a hub for the North Texas Food Bank - a concept that allows us to serve 75 smaller pantries with food to enable them to serve their clients.

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Americorps openings

AmeriCorps is a network of national service programs, made up of three primary programs that each take a different approach to improving lives and fostering civic engagement. Members commit their time to address critical community needs like increasing academic achievement, mentoring youth, fighting poverty, sustaining national parks, preparing for disasters, and more. Click the links below to learn more about our openings for 2021.

Through our partnership with Citysquare, we are able to offer multiple terms throughout the year in various service roles at Sharing Life. Below are descriptions of each role and details on how to apply. ***THESE OPENINGS ARE FOR THE FALL 2021 TERM, STARTING IN AUGUST***
Interested in joining the Sharing Life team as an AmeriCorps member? Fill out the form below with the area you're interested in serving with.

staff openings

Food Pantry Coordinator - Full Time - $15 hourly

The Pantry Coordinator supports Sharing Life’s client-choice food pantry in Balch Springs, the Opal J. Smith Food Pantry. The Pantry Coordinator maintains pantry inventory andfood orders. This individual works closely with other staff and volunteers to maintain access to nutritious food for the pantry. We strive for OJSFP’s food pantry to not just be a last resort when someone is hungry, but a planned budgeting tool for low-income families in our community and the Pantry Coordinator must be able to identify and implement strategies to encourage nutritious food choices and provide convenient, efficient access to food for our clients.
2021 OJSFP Pantry Coordinator_1.pdf
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