To coordinate, schedule and provide support at ASC's Community Lunches at Auburn Centre for Community
06th May, 2022
Position: Community Lunch Team Leader (Auburn) Program Area: Community Engagement Purpose / Objective To coordinate, schedule and provide support at ASC’s Community Lunches at Auburn Centre for Community Reports to: Community Participation Lead Commitment Period: Minimum of 3 months Days and hours required per week: Mondays 11.00am - 3.00pm
AND / OR Wednesdays 11.00am - 3.00pm
Duties & Responsibilities
Schedule groups of lunch volunteers to serve hot meals to ASC community members at Auburn Centre for Community.
Warmly welcome lunch volunteers when they arrive at the Auburn Centre and orientate them to the kitchen, providing instructions for safe use of equipment/appliances.
Brief lunch volunteers on the purpose of ASC Community Lunches and provide tips about how to best communicate with the people that ASC supports.
Support lunch volunteers to prepare, deliver, serve and store food safely.
Support lunch groups as required and warmly welcome community members who attend the community lunch.
Ensure that lunch volunteers leave the kitchen clean and tidy and pack up any leftovers into takeaway containers, clearly marking them.
Send follow-up surveys to lunch volunteers after they have completed their lunch shift.
Complete an attendance survey and other records as required for ASC reporting cycles
Ensure the relevant team of lunch volunteers are available and ready for the next shift.
Respond to questions from lunch volunteers within the delegations of this role.
Report any incidents to Line Manager, and/or Centre-based staff as appropriate.
Other, as reasonably requested by the Line Manager.
Experience in working with people from various backgrounds and cultures.
Ability to work collaboratively with other staff and volunteers.
Strong organisational and time management skills.
Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
Functional IT skills such as the use of email and word processing
Ability to lead a group of lunch volunteers, providing support and guidance as needed.
Ability to adhere to policies in relation to code of conduct, boundaries and confidentiality.
Food Safety certificates or qualifications will be considered favourably.
All ASC staff and volunteers are required to:
Adhere to ASC’s vision, purpose and values
Act at all times in accordance with ASC’s Code of Conduct and Child Protection Policies
Comply with Work, Health and Safety policies and procedures
Comply with Incident Management Procedures and emergency protocols
Demonstrate respectful and welcoming behaviour with all people at ASC in culturally appropriate ways
Support a child-safe organisation by undertaking screening for suitability to work with children and vulnerable people and to comply with relevant state/territory legislative requirements
Have received two doses of the COVID-19 vaccination.