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Peninsula Agency on Aging

Nutrition Coordinator - Substitute



Job Description
Peninsula Agency on Aging (PAA) is currently seeking applicants for the position of Substitute Nutrition Coordinator to coordinate the delivery of meals to seniors through the use of volunteers and work in the Senior Dining Clubs as needed. Training provided.

This position is perfect for retirees who want to earn supplemental income. The position offers a flexible schedule, great co-workers, and the reward of knowing you make a difference for older adults in your community.

Successful candidates will possess a general knowledge of meal service in a safe and sanitary manner; some knowledge of nutritional needs of older persons; ability to follow oral and written instructions; ability to use computers; proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel; skill in coordinating groups of volunteers to achieve departmental goals; ability to relate well with senior citizens and the general public.

Individuals age 60+ encouraged to apply.

Required Education: Any combination of education and experience will be considered.

Other Requirements: Valid Virginia driver’s license and reliable transportation.

Hourly Rate: $8.49 – $9.26

Drug free workplace, Senior Friendly Workplace, AA/EOE

Please apply online at http://www.paainc.org - select “About Us” then “Employment Opportunities.”








About Peninsula Agency on Aging
The mission of Peninsula Agency on Aging, Inc. is to support the independence and quality of life of Peninsula residents primarily 60 years and over by advocating, arranging, or providing vital human services.


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