Nutrition Site Planner – Pro Action’s Senior Nutrition Program is seeking applicants for a
Nutrition Site Planner to work 25 hours per week.
This part-time opportunity requires a High School Diploma and a minimum of one year
of experience in food service, along with food safety and therapeutic diet knowledge.
Responsibilities of the Nutrition Site Planner include working to promote program
participation and satisfaction by:
• Planning and hosting a minimum of two activities per month at each congregate
• Conducting assessments of the interests and needs of each site and supporting
those needs and interests as they are identified.
• Developing volunteer relationships and supports to expand program capacity.
The Nutrition Site Planner will also assist with inventory management, preparing and
packing meals, cleaning, and meal delivery as needed. Must follow mandated
nutritional guidelines and follow Department of Health and ServSafe sanitation
guidelines. Will participate in guaranteeing the safety and quality of the food served to
The Nutrition Site Planner will also be responsible for the collection and reporting of
data including client rosters, meal counts, and daily attendance records. Will monitor
and report on customer feedback and dietary changes, and complete and record daily
The Nutrition Site Planner must have strong communication and customer service sills
and the desire to work with older adults. Must have a valid driver’s license meeting
agency standards and be willing and able to travel between Congregate Meal Sites
throughout Steuben County. Excellent organizational and time-management skills are
essential. The ability to lift and move up to 50 pounds is required.
Please apply for this position by July 23, 2021, by submitting your letter of interest,
resume, and completed employment application to: Human Resources, Pro Action of
Steuben and Yates, Inc., 117 E. Steuben St. Bath, NY 14810, or email to:
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