(Fellowship Dining/Nutrition Services-)
This position is recruited and staffed under Source2
Must have the physical, developmental and mental ability to perform job tasks, work efforts, responsibilities and duties of the job illustrated below:
MAJOR FUNCTION: Supervises the daily operations of a fellowship dining program site for eligible clients.
ILLUSTRATIVE DUTIES: Supervises staff in the portioning of meals according to established practices and guidelines. Responsible for receiving, maintaining and ensuring proper amounts of meals, supplies and equipment required to meet the needs of the site. Plans and directs staff=s work assignments (i.e.: drivers, aides, volunteers). Provides nutrition education and both site and/or in-home assessments for program eligibility for clients. Completes forms and maintains files on client=s required personal information and medical history. Provides support and understanding to clients, family members and staff members. Provides referral information to other area service agencies, programs and resources to meet client needs. Responsible for training and supervising assigned staff and volunteers. Attends appropriate training as required. Prepares and participates in the maintenance of records and reports including, but not limited to roll books, route books, assessments, etc. Receives and accounts for client contributions. Assists in the development and operations of an Advisory Council. May act as van driver transporting clients to the site and assist in delivering meals as necessary. May be required to plan, schedule and provide appropriate recreational, socialization, transportation and other ancillary senior site activities. Performs related duties as required.
KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES AND SKILLS: Knowledge of community resources, related social service programs and health agencies. Ability to learn county, state and federal policies and adhere to prescribed routines and practices. Ability to establish an effective relationship with elderly clients.
Ability to establish and maintain an effective working relationship with other employees and the public. Ability to train, assign and supervise the work of others. Ability to use independent judgement. Ability to think and react calmly and responsively to emergency situations. Ability to maintain and complete routine records. Ability to perform record keeping tasks. Ability to see, talk, hear sounds at a normal level, ambulate independently, drive from location to location, bend, stoop, climb up and down steps, sit and stand. Ability and strength to lift, carry and hold materials that weigh up to thirty (30) pounds. Ability to work in all weather and environmental conditions (i.e., sun, rain, cold.)
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Graduate of an accredited high school or possess an acceptable equivalency diploma and have some experience working with elderly programs, customer or restaurant services or related work experience including experience overseeing the work of others.
Must have a valid drivers license and be able to secure a valid Florida drivers license at the time of employment in this classification. A comparable amount of related training and experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Must be able to pass the test for the Universal Client Assessment tool. May be exposed to safety hazards, infectious diseases including HIV and Hepatitis B viruses. Staff may be called to serve at Special Care Shelters in an emergency. All new Elderly Services Division employees must undergo Level 2 (FDLE) screening submitted electronically before commencing work and every 5 years thereafter and attest, upon hiring, that they meet the requirements for employment and agree to inform the employer immediately if arrested for any disqualifying offense.
Location: Elderly Services-Medulla
Work Schedule: Monday-Friday, 9AM-2PM (part-time)
Rate of Pay: $8.17 per hour
Closing: Pending-Will close without notice