Corner Clubhouse follows a self-help rehabilitation model that promotes member empowerment through education, training, involvement, and support. Committed to serving the mental health needs of its membership, the Corner Clubhouse stresses member choice, input, self-determination, and personal growth. We are dedicated to assisting our members in recognizing their potential and developing their strengths, which will help them live a healthier, more productive, and independent life with dignity, confidence and self-respect. We encourage our membership to focus upon their strengths and abilities and to take responsibility for their own lives, all the while utilizing the various support systems available to them at the Corner.
At the Corner Clubhouse, we encourage vocation, education, training and support to all those who become members through Self Help, Pre-Vocational Training, Vocational Rehabilitation and Social Rehabilitation.
Work with the Café Supervisor to provide organization, leadership and training for clubhouse members in the Clubhouse Café. Assist with administration of the functions of the Café Department including maintenance, scheduling, purchasing supplies, etc. This position is responsible for shopping, inventory, and general cafe upkeep while maintaining accurate record keeping for both financial and inventory requirements.
Provide support on all Café activities. Work to maintain a calm and functional kitchen. Responsibilities include training individuals and groups in food safety and safe use of cooking tools and equipment as well as instructing members in food service and cooking skills. Organize and facilitate Food Handlers Training classes, Culinary Arts classes, and cashiering classes. Develop and facilitate nutrition training, both individually and in groups.
Motivate members to improve their health and nutrition. Provide support to members and staff when difficult situations occur in the kitchen. Work together as a team with the Café Supervisor and Vocational Coach to develop health related assessments to help members move toward competitive employment. Work closely with Employment Specialist and Job Developer.
High School Diploma or equivalency. Valid Food Service Certificate. Valid Driver's License. Transportation required for purpose of purchasing and transporting items from stores to clubhouse. 3 years food service and/or nutrition program experience required. Coaching experience preferred. Intermediate computer skills in Outlook, Word and Excel preferred. Paraprofessional Orientation and Training within 90 days of hire.
To be considered as a candidate for the above position, please forward an updated resume and salary requirements Rebecca Ellis by fax 619-683-7428 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.