Dining Center Coordinator LTE
Join our team and make a difference in your community as a Dining Center Coordinator.
Sauk County is a regional government entity seeking enthusiastic, creative, and eager individuals to join our dedicated team. A career with Sauk County will bring unlimited opportunities to provide support, assistance, and growth to local communities. Sauk County signifies beauty with land made views while striving to continue to provide excellent services that make a difference in our County.
The purpose of this position is to ensure meals are delivered and served to seniors at congregate dining centers and for the home delivered meal recipients.
*This is a limited term position with an average of 25 working hours per week; it shall last between 3-5 months. No benefits will be offered with this position.
- Ensures daily activities, speakers and discussions are coordinated.
- Serves meals and ensures home delivered meals are delivered.
- Prepares and updates meal participant lists for reservations and cancellations.
- Follows food safety and sanitation procedures including washing, calibrating thermometers and recording temperatures of food and refrigerators.
- Maintains daily cleanliness and sanitation of work area.
- Organizes and encourages social opportunities for clients.
- Assist in recruiting, training and overseeing volunteers who directly help this position, including coordinating the volunteers schedule.
- Completes and maintains all reports required by the nutrition program.
- Follow all data collection guidelines to ensure proper collection of required information for funding sources and agency guidelines when signing up participants and completing reports.
- Considers attendance habits and other factors in determining the number of meals to ensure the greatest quality and least waste.
- Conduct home delivered meal assessments, referring clients needing services to ADRC I&A workers.
- Orders supplies as needed.
- Cash handling.
- And other duties as assigned.
Minimum Training and Education
High School diploma or equivalent
Valid Wisconsin Motor Vehicle License
Experience with the elderly or disabled population
Any combination of education and experience that provides equivalent knowledge, skills and abilities may be considered.