• STOP ‘N SHOP
is in need of volunteer cashiers for Saturday mornings from 9:30 - 1 and Sunday and Wednesday afternoons from 1-4:30. We will train anyone who is interested. We could also use some volunteer cashiers who we could call for help on short notice. If you feel a little intimidated because you have never worked in retail, please call and have a chat with Aylene, the Store Manager. She can be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
or at 206-932-4044 Ext. 212.
• IMMEDIATE OPENINGS: OFFICE ASSISTANT
T (Answer phones, assist office staff, assist clients on phone and in person, take reservation for functions and register for classes).
2 shifts at front desk. Contact Margie 932-4044 x. 8.
• THE CAFÉ
(Make sandwiches to order, fresh coffee, bake cookies, soup, salads to orders)
Food Handlers Permit required.
• FRIDAY BINGO HELPERS
(Bingo callers, set up/cleanup crew, call back number, etc.)
• MEALS ON WHEELS
(Tuesday food arrives/Wednesday food is delivered to clients in West Seattle area)
• COMPUTER CLASS INSTRUCTORS/ASSISTANTS
Instructors needed to teach classes when scheduled. Lab needs assistants to help individuals with computer problems.
• KITCHEN ASSISTANTS
Assisting cook in kitchen, prep work, make coffee, set tables for day’s luncheon, wash dishes, keep kitchen clean. Food Handlers Permit required.
Clean all restrooms, vacuum all carpeted areas, empty garbage and recycle container, dusting and other cleaning chores.
• EVENING FUNDRAISERS
(Special Dinners, Rainbow Bingo) Need help setting up and cleaning up before and after function.
• COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROGRAM –
One-on-one with a senior in the community who might have special needs. (Help getting to doctors appointments, visiting, etc.)
• DECORATING THE CENTER FOR FUNCTIONS -
On call as needed position.
Note: Although all activities are offered in a warm, inviting atmosphere, the center does not provide respite, adult daycare, and/or services that would normally be provided by a trained attendant, nurse, or personal caregiver (i.e., incontinence, inability to use the restroom facilities by one's self, or preventing a participant from leaving the grounds of the center). In addition, the provision of any personal care by staff for a participant is beyond our capability and cannot be expected.
A portion of every sale goes directly to the Senior Center of West Seattle. www.scwc.nerium.com
206-932-4044 Ext. 4 or 5