Community Center Manager
BESSEMER HOUSING AUTHORITY
Position Description – Community Center Manager
Community Center Manager
FLSA Status Non-Exempt
Location: Jess Lanier
Effective Date: September 1, 2019
This is a part-time position where the individual is responsible for the day-to-day management of the nutrition program at the center. The center manager is to maintain day-to-day contact with OSCS Nutrition Coordinator and sponsor (contractor) regarding all center related activities.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Receive and record meal deliveries from contracted food vendor, daily; sign vouchers completing data for meals delivered, food quality, temperatures, shortages, and problems; return original copy to vendor daily; and five yellow copies (M-F) along with meals served report and contribution report to OSCS, weekly.
Maintain a minimum of twenty-five participants per day. Plan outreach events not less than once per quarter to increase and maintain level attendance.
Complete AIMS application on new participants.
Attend ALL regular scheduled Staff, In-service meetings, and annual managers' training.
Center managers' meetings are the first Tuesday of each month.
Submit monthly meals changes calendar by the third week of each month for the upcoming month to increase or decrease meals. Meal changes will not be taken over the telephone except in cases of emergencies. These changes should be received by Friday of each week.
Develop monthly calendars with planned activities in mandated areas, i.e., consumer education, Health & Welfare counseling, nutrition education, health screening, information and referral, transportation, and recreation.
Complete all reports in a timely manner, monthly Calendars, Supportive
services, Volunteers Report and AIMS. These are to be at the main office
(OSCS) no later than the first Tuesday of each month or the fifth of each
The Weekly Meals Report, Shortages should be mailed to OSCS at the end of
each week on Friday.
Establish an alternate vendor to purchase meal items for use when there are shortages,
replacements, etc. when errors occur due to contracted vendor problems only.
Develop an advisory committee for the purpose of increasing attendance in the center.
The Advisory Council should meet at least once per quarter. Submit copies of minutes
to OSCS and contractor.
Supervise and assist with food serving, make sure all safety precautions are observed, and
food is served appropriately.
Pack meals for homebound clients for delivery by MOW volunteers, daily. Homebound
Meals are to be dipped before the regular congregate meals are served.
Arrange for transportation and special events with the OSCS Nutrition Coordinator for
The AIMS form must be completed before transporting a senior to the center or special event
Recruit volunteers to assist in various tasks at the center, including community volunteers
who do not attend the senior garden.
Maintain an inventory of supplies at the center and order supplies as needed.
Monitor and maintain a clean, sanitized hazard free facility.
Develop and maintain a confidential system for collecting contributions donated by
participants using the lockable receptacle provided by OSCS.
Develop and post fire safety route with fire drill once a month.
Other duties assigned.