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Site Coordinator

St. Joseph Community Services

SJCS Meals on Wheels was founded by nuns at St. Joseph’s Hospital, but since 1977 operates as a non-religious, nonprofit 501(c) (3) organization providing an average of 1,450 nutritious meals to the elderly and homebound disabled throughout Hillsborough County. Our mission is to foster independence and life enrichment for seniors and other qualified adults through nutrition, social engagement, community services, and education. SJCS is committed to promoting self-reliance and independence through dependable, well-managed, and compassionate services. We strive to meet the diverse needs of our clients through volunteerism and extensive collaboration with other community services.

SJCS Meals on Wheels offers a competitive salary and a generous benefit package including retirement, vacation and sick time benefits and options for health, dental, vision, and life insurance coverage.  The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work expected for this position.  They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required.  

SJCS Meals on Wheels is proud to maintain employment practices based upon individual qualification, merit, and achievement.  All decisions to recruit, hire, promote, and release from employment are made without discriminating according to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, political beliefs, or disability. EOE

Looking for a rewarding job where you can make a difference? St. Joseph Community Services/Meals on Wheels is looking for a team player with great personal and organizational skills to manage a nutrition site location in Greenville, NH. The position is 32.5 hours per week, 7:30AM-2PM. Directly responsible for site operations including all aspects of the administration and management of the site to include; community dining and home-delivered client meal service; site sanitation; site safety; quality control; social support services; all paperwork and documentation.


High School graduate or equivalent required. Previous supervisory experience is required. The ability to lift and carry up to 30 pounds as well as the ability to climb stairs is required. Computer proficiency required. Must have a currently registered, insured and safety inspected vehicle.  Automobile insurance with bodily injury liability coverage of no less than $100,000 per person and $300,000 per occurrence required. License, insurance and safety inspection sticker must be kept current during employment. Proof of registration and insurance will be required.


Operations Management Responsible for the completion of all administrative paperwork and documentation. Conduct inventory and purchase supplies for site as authorized by the Program Managers. Establish dual control process for receipt of donations and deposit. Audit donation process. Make deposit in designated bank on a daily basis. Recruit site volunteers as needed. Promote the congregate dining program and meet the agency goals of increasing the numbers of clients served. Make referrals for community support services for all clients. Facilitate client education through providing informational sessions and handouts. Make contacts with local resources in the site area for the purpose of locating and enlisting supportive services for clients. Audit, develop, assign and monitor home delivered routes. Perform intakes and re-certification of clients. Provide immediate follow up as per policies when a client scheduled for delivery is not at home. Identify the neediest clients and recommend extra meal deliveries as needed. Organize activities of interest to congregate clients.


Food Production Responsible for food production and quality control. Responsible for meal ordering. Monitor number of meals ordered vs. meals served. To include review and reconciliation of meals served. Maintain site in condition accordance with health, sanitation, and safety regulations.

Personnel Management Supervise paid and volunteer employees. Follow-up on incident reports, Workman’s Compensation claims and send appropriate paperwork to Administrative Offices in a timely manner. Report ANY accidents/injuries involving employees, volunteers or clients via telephone immediately. Follow SJCS policies as detailed in agency Safety Policy and Procedures Manual; Employee Handbook; Driver Training Manual as well as other policies and procedures issued by SJCS. Provide informational sessions, training and meetings with personnel as needed. Evaluate personnel annually and/or as needed. Develop and maintain open communication at all levels.

Professional Developemnt/Education Attend in-service training and other professional development opportunities as required by Administrative Office. Attend monthly Site Coordinator Meetings. Proactively review and pursue opportunities for professional development, training and mentoring opportunities.

Perform other duties as assigned.

How to Apply:

Fax resume with cover letter to 424-1472 or email  


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Date Added: May 31, 2019

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