Site Coordinator III
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The Site Coordinator III is responsible for the timely submission of Nutrition Service reports, weekly cash records and preparation and serving of meals in accordance with Federal Nutrition Service Standards and the Texas Administrative Code and any other requirements. He/she is responsible for the management of the facility kitchen to include inventory control, maintaining equipment in good repair and incorporating appropriate safety and sanitation procedures ensuring that daily routines are carried out in a manner that is prompt, hygienic, safe, and consistent with food service delivery standards.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Complete the Nutrition Assessment Forms for Congregate and/or Home Delivered clients and submit to the Central Office as required; include Nutrition Education documentation
Complete annual signature updates for Title XX and Star Plus (Managed Care) programs if applicable; submit originals to Central Office
Oversee the daily completion of the Weekly Cash Record; Submit to the Central Office each Friday
E-mail all required reports to the Central Office by the first of each month
Maintain client files
Conduct annual surveys and program monitoring as required by Aging Services standards
Assure that all kitchen facility inspections are conducted as required and documented monthly on the proper form to include Kitchen Inspection, Fire Inspection, Fire Drill, Smoke Detector, and Health Department Inspection; Submit a copy to the Central Office
Assure that menus signed by a dietician are posted in the kitchen and Center; include any substitutions.
Submit grocery order to contracted food supplier each week
Shop for groceries locally as needed
Keep a proper and up-to-date inventory of all kitchen equipment and food products
Care for and clean utensils, pans and equipment; complete documentation of such weekly
Provide referral information to other HCCAA programs as needed
Evaluate staff according to agency policies
Approve Time Sheets
Enter personal time worked in the Automated Time Keeping system (Employee Web Services).
Attend trainings as required
Schedule Appointments for Utility Assistant
Perform other tasks as required
Ensure that meals are served timely
Ensure that proper and accurate portions of food items are served and results are documented daily
Ensure food temperatures are monitored for safe food handling and results are documented daily
Ensure that all health and safety requirements are followed
Ensure proper storage and control of waste
Oversee the delivery, handling and storage of all products and supplies
Assure that units are entered on the site roster on a daily basis or scanned into the CAP60 database
Prepare congregate sign-in sheets
Oversee the distribution of meals to homebound clients to include preparation of daily route sheets
Recruit volunteers for homebound meal delivery;
Deliver meals or Cook meals in absence of staff or volunteers
Coordinate volunteer orientation for volunteer meal delivery staff
: Minimum: High School diploma or GED. Preferred: Experience in food handling and preparation and/or service delivery to the underprivileged or experience in HCCAA Programs.
SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Ability to work as a team member. Ability to communicate effectively, maintaining courtesy at all times. Ability to be respectful of and work effectively with individuals from various ethnic, socioeconomic, educational, and cultural backgrounds. Be flexible and have well-developed interpersonal skills. Be able to exercise independent judgment on a daily basis and maintain records and clearly understand written or verbal instruction. Ability to learn computer software as needed.
Professional in manner and attire. No record of a conviction which would contraindicate employment. Must have a valid Texas driver's license and a reliable vehicle with current vehicle liability insurance. Non-judgmental, unbiased attitude; must comply with all HCCAA Policies and maintain confidentiality in all phases of agency operations. Have a current health card as required by public health laws.
EQUIPMENT TO BE USED
Kitchen equipment, computer, fax machine, 10-key calculator, copier, and telephone.
TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
Requires standing, sitting, bending, reaching, lifting up to 50 pounds and some driving. Requires manual dexterity sufficient to operate kitchen equipment, standard office machines such as computers, fax machines, calculators, telephones, and other office equipment. Requires normal range of hearing and vision.
TYPICAL MENTAL DEMANDS
Must be able to handle new and diverse work problems on a daily basis. Personal maturity is an important attribute. Must be able to resolve problems, handle conflict, and make effective decisions under pressure. Must have the ability to listen objectively to people, perceive the real problem and assist in bringing issues to a successful conclusion. Must relate and interact with other employees. Bilingual skills are encouraged.
Rarely called upon to work outside of the normal 8-5 work day or work odd schedules. Occasional travel to staff meetings or workshops as required. All information associated with the Agency is confidential.
FLSA STATUS DISCLAIMER:
FLSA status is based in accordance with the Fair Labor Standards Act. Any changes in the act which will affect the FLSA status will be adhered to. When wages exceed the position entry level due to tenure, the Exempt/Non-exempt status will be designated accordingly.
***All positions are subject to drug screening and criminal background check.
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