SANDERS COUNTY COUNCIL ON AGING Senior Center Site Manager -Hot Springs in HOT SPRINGS, Montana
SUMMARY:To act as host/hostess and cashier, and to ensure a pleasant atmosphere during each congregate meal. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:Assists Center Staff with dining room set up and breakdown: includes setting out napkins, salt and pepper, and/or table decorations, and occasionally rearranging tables and chairs, but not cleaning dining room or tables. Making coffee before meal, filling sugar and salt/pepper shakers. Empties salt and pepper shakers every six months or as needed, and has Kitchen Assistant wash and sanitize.Greets clients at each congregate meal.Accepts and records meal contributions.Assists in maintaining a variety of operational records including meal attendance, meal contributions, and preparing tabulations and summaries as requested. Keeps accurate records of time worked and follows SCCOA policies and guidelines. Participates in the Menu Planning committee together with the Head Cook and one or two program participants. Provides Client Nutritional Information and Training as required by Area on Aging Nutritional grant contract.OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:Works closely with Center and SCCOA staff and volunteers. Identifies both accomplishments and problem areas and reports them to the COA Project Director.Provides clients with accurate information regarding Sanders County Council on Aging services and/or directs them to appropriate resources.Exhibits good work habits including attendance and punctuality.Presents a neat appearance and competent manner. Demonstrates enthusiasm for his/her work, and compassion for the nutritional needs of the elderly and/or disabled.Maintains SCCOA and client confidentiality.Other job-related duties as assigned.EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: HS Diploma or GED. Experience in record keeping would be an asset in this position.Successful completion of food safety course as required by the county H1ealth Department.REQUIRED SKILLS:Ability to understand the operation of a commercial kitchenAbility to count money, make change and keep written records. Pleasant personality and ability to effectively communicate both orally and in writing.Ability to work independently, and appropriately prioritize assignments.PHYSICAL DEMANDS:The Nutritional Site Manager must be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.Ability to sit for long periods.Ability to stand, walk, kneel, crouch, stoop, crawl, twist, climb, push, and pull.Ability to lift 25 pounds.Work is typically performed in a congregate dining room area, and the nature of the work requires exposure to noise, odors, and on occasion, hot kitchen equipment, sharp knives and kitchen implements.REQUIRED PRE-EMPLOYMENT TESTS:Background check Drug ScreenSUPERVISION/PROBATION/REVIEW:The Nutritional Site Manager will report directly to the Deputy Director, but will work closely with Center staff and volunteers, and the COA kitchen staff.Initial probationary period is six months, after which a progress review will be conductedAnnual reviews will be conducted thereafter.