Job Description

Looking for a working schedule that is flexible?  Need a position where you can come in early and be out by 2PM?  Perhaps you need something a little later and need to start by 3PM. Looking to make some extra cash and need a part time, weekend position?  If so, our Diet Aid position is the one for you!  Our highly motivated team strives in meeting the needs for our residents with flexibility for all.  

This position performs a variety of Food Service duties including serving residents, interpreting menus, and cleaning and sanitizing.

Diet Aide Responsibilities Include:

  • Load food, supplies, and dishes onto carts to take up to the assigned floor kitchen/dining room
  • Set tables in the dining room
  • Prepare and pass beverages
  • Log food temperatures as instructed
  • Serve food to the residents in the dining room
  • Set up room trays for delivery
  • Clean, sanitize, and maintain floor kitchen/dining room equipment
  • Gathers dirty dishes from floor kitchen/dining room and loads them onto carts to return to the main kitchen
  • Stack, separate, and put dirty dishes/silverware through the dishwasher
  • Restock food, supplies, and dishes in the floor kitchen/dining room
  • Prepare nourishments and snacks

Skills/ Requirements

  • Current valid Food Handler card required
  • High school diploma or GED at a minimum; or working on it
  • Genuine desire to work with seniors
  • Heartfelt compassion for this line of work
  • Upbeat and engaging personality
  • Able to lift up to 40 pounds
  • Maintains general sanitary and safety practices

Beatitudes Campus is an Equal Opportunity Employer that recruits and hires qualified candidates without regard to race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, disability, or veteran status.

Great for students or extra hours!

Please Be Advised: Background checks, reference checks, TB testing, Covid Vaccinations or exemption, and drug screenings are part of the hiring process at Beatitudes Campus. Felony convictions should be disclosed, but will not necessarily bar a candidate from employment.