• Site Coordinator - Issaquah Meals

    Job Locations US-WA-Issaquah
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(11/18/2019 8:35 PM)
    Job ID
    # of Openings
    Homeless Adult Services
    USD $17.48/Yr.
  • Overview

    This is part-time position. Hours: 4:30-6:30pm Monday - Friday


    Program Description:

    Issaquah Meals, a program of Catholic Community Services, provides meals five nights a week for Issaquah area residents. Meals are provided free of charge regardless of age, gender, culture, race, ethnicity or religious beliefs.


    Position Description:
    The Site Leader provides nightly oversight for the Meals program. Primary responsibilities include overseeing nightly operations, training and ensuring volunteer groups follow program policies, procedures, proper county health codes, and helping to maintain a friendly and inviting atmosphere for volunteers and participants.


    Major duties and responsibilies

    • Obtain a food handler permit.
    • Oversight and participation of volunteer set up and clean up each night.
    • Assist with training for volunteer groups.
    • Ensure each group completes roster for volunteer participation and hours.
    • Expert in local resources like food bank, chemical dependency, housing programs, and shelters in community to relay to clients.
    • Maintain inclusive and safe environment for all participants and volunteers.
    • Follow through and maintain confidentiality guidelines.
    • Communicate regularly with VS Coordinator.
    • Recruit groups to commit in serving on open nights and onboarding them.



    • Belief in the importance of service to our community.
    • Experience and comfort working with people experiencing hunger, homelessness, addiction, poverty.
    • Patience, reliability, dependability.
    • Strong sense of self and leadership qualities.
    • Ability to say no without guilt.
    • Ability to motivate and organize others.


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