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Nutrition Program Coordinator
Part-Time / 20 hours per week
Hours: 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM, M-F
Location: Princeton Senior Dining Center

Job Duties:

Manage the daily operation of the nutrition program at the Princeton Dining Center. This program provides both congregate and home-delivered meals as well as frozen meals. Maintain various clerical records and inventory of supplies. Complete daily input of information into various computer systems. Order meals and maintain attendance records. Clean, prepare and arrange physical facilities for serving meals, as well as other duties as assigned. Collect contribution monies and make bank deposits. Pack and distribute meals to congregate clients and volunteers, monitor home delivered meal routes and deliver meals to homebound clients as needed in the absence of a volunteer. Assist with recruiting and training Home Delivered Meals volunteers. Works under the direction of the Nutrition Supervisor and Nutrition Director.

Qualifications:

Must have experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, etc. Must be able to lift up to 35 pounds. Must possess a valid NC Driver’s License. Graduation from high school with some clerical experience and experience in food safety measures is preferred. Experience working with older adults is preferred. Must be willing to be trained in CPR, First Aid and Food Safety.

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Josh Jensen

CSS Executive Director

JCATS Facility Opening

Click to view a video on the Ribbon Cutting and Dedication ceremony held on April 11, 2023 for the new JCATS fleet operations and maintenance facility.

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JCATS Ribbon Cutting and Facility Award

A ribbon cutting & dedication ceremony was held on April, 2023 for the fleet operations and maintenance facility of JCATS at 1050 West Noble Street in Selma, NC. The builder, Bobbitt Construction, Inc. of Raleigh, NC was recently awarded a Community Impact award by the DBIA (Design-Build Institute of America) in recognition of their leadership in the construction of the new JCATS facility.

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Is it like our own Johnston County Uber?Read about the QuickRIDE option for transportation: www.jcats.org

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Neal Davis, Executive Director of CSS and JCATS

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Groundbreaking at JCATS February 2, 2022

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Ground was broken yesterday afternoon at the future site of the Johnston County Area Transit System facility in Selma. Johnston County Board of Commissioners Chairman Butch Lawter spoke at the ceremony stating,

"This facility not only paves the way for the implementation of expanded public transportation in Johnston County, it also serves as a physical representation of our continued investment to better serve our residents."

JCATS is a division of Community & Senior Services of Johnston County, operating a fleet of over 30 buses and vans. They offer transport through contracting with human services agencies and for the general public. The new facility will allow for expanded services and better accommodations for riders and drivers.

Neal Davis, JCATS executive director, explained the design and layout of the new facility. Community and Senior Services Board Chair Jimmie Parker, CSS Board Member Rev. Billie Lawson, representatives from Bobbitt Construction and North Carolina Department of Transportation Division 4 Engineer, Kevin Bowen also made remarks at the event.

In addition to their day-to-day transportation duties, JCATS plays a vital role in Johnston County Emergency Services' emergency operation plan. JCATS provides transportation to shelters during times of natural disaster, inclement weather and other evacuation emergencies. This facility will enhance those critical operations during times of crisis.

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Butch Lawter, JC Board of Com. Chairman

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