Marin Community Clinics

  • Health Hub Assistant

    Type
    Per Diem
    Location
    US-CA-Novato
    Category
    Community Relations/Marketing
  • Overview

    The Marin Community Clinics Health Hubs (HHUB) provides San Rafael and Novato residents in need with a variety of resources and activities to promote nutrition, fitness, and healthy living. The HHUB is set up like an open-air farmer's market and enables participants to choose their own food items. The program is multi-lingual and multi-cultural, providing important resources while creating opportunities to promote healthy lifetime choices.


    The Health Hub assistant is responsible for helping with the operations of the food pantry distribution including organizing the food pantry items and checking for quality and quantity. The HHUB assistant set up and cleans up the food pantry and ensures that high quality food service is provided at all times during the HHub hours.


    12 hours per week


    Wednesday and Thursday


    12:00pm to 6:00pm


    Locations: Novato and San Rafael Clinics


     

    Responsibilities

    Assist with HHUB set-up and clean-up, including lifting and storing of heavy boxes.


    Assist in unloading food deliveries from the Food Bank/extrafood program trucks.


    Assist with quality control by ensuring all food products are safe for consumption (e.g. checking expiration/use by dates, sorting perishables, washing fresh produce, etc.).


    Assist individuals and families in the selection of items.


    Maintain a safe and sanitary environment at the Health Hub and food storage areas.


    Ability to work effectively under time constraints, prioritize work, multi-task, and adapt to changing work demands.


    Handles high volume of participants and appropriately directs challenging situations to HHUB Supervisor.

    Qualifications

    Bilingual candidates strongly encouraged to apply.


    High School diploma or GED required.


    Minimum of 2 years’ experience in customer service, community health, or in a health care setting.


    Ability to lift up to 40 pounds.


    Good organizational skills, with the ability to prioritize tasks.


    Communication skills to work effectively with clients, volunteers and community at-large.


    Sensitivity to low-income, elderly, disabled and diverse residents.

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