Recreation Leader II, Senior Center Lunch Program (part-time, tem (Over)
Recreation Leader II, Senior Center Lunch Program (part-time, temporary) $12.76 - $15.51 per hour (depending on experience) Open Until Filled The POSITION:
Under the direction of the Recreation Coordinator, the Recreation Leader II facilitates the weekday Sage Café lunch program and assists with special events. Duties Include:
• Sage Café lunch program liaison with Open Heart Kitchen (OHK)
• Manage cash control and lunch tickets sales and inventory
• Create/submit reports, statistics for the Senior Center and OHK
• Coordinate special event activities like holiday luncheons, volunteer recognition events, and entertainment for Sage Cafe.
• Manages and coordinates Sage Café check-in desk volunteers
• Facilitates client communication, including registration and survey forms on an as- needed basis
• Creates menus marketing material for the Center's calendar and newsletter
• Works directly with participants and OHK to facilitate communication
• Assists with Senior Center special event duties as assigned The Recreation Leader II will work 5 days a week, or approximately 15 hours per week, 10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. The ideal candidate will:
• Hold prior experience in senior recreation, and/or foodservice
• Possess excellent customer service and oral communication skills, a professional appearance and demeanor.
• Have working knowledge of MS Word and Excel
• Have cash handling experience
• Work independently This is a part-time, temporary position. The selected employees cannot work more than 900 hours in a fiscal year. CPR and First Aid certification are preferred. A TB is required prior to starting employment with the City. The Selection Process: Applications will be reviewed as they are received. The most qualified applicants will be invited for an interview. A reference check will be conducted prior to making an offer. Prior to starting employment, the selected applicants must provide a copy of a certificate showing that he/she has undergone and successfully cleared a tuberculosis test within the past two years, or undergo a tuberculosis test arranged by the City. Applicants selected for the positions will be required to undergo and successfully pass fingerprint checks by the City prior to starting employment. If you are interested in these positions, please complete the City Application available at **** If you have questions about this position, you may contact Rachel Prater, Recreation Coordinator at **** or (925) 931-5366. The Division: The Youth and Human Services Division includes early childhood education programs; Gingerbread Preschool; teen programs and activities; Recreation for Adults with Developmental Disabilities (RADD); Senior programs and Pleasanton Paratransit Services.
Closing Date/Time: Continuous
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The City of Pleasanton is a full-service municipality with a workforce of approximately 465 employees and an additional 400 temporary staff.
Located at the junction of I-580 and I-680, Pleasanton is proximate to the major business markets of Silicon Valley, San Francisco and the Central Valley.
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