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Employment Opportunities

Current Openings

MEAAA is an equal opportunity employer. We are always looking for positive, motivated people to join our workforce.

If you see a position posted on our Current Openings page that you feel you are qualified for and would like to submit interest, please do so as follows:

Send resumes to lreich@mid-eastaaa.org. Please include the title of the position and the location of the senior center in the subject line of the e-mail.


If you do not have a resume, please include the following information in your e-mail or phone message. Phone messages may be left at: 636-207-4231.
  • First and Last Name
  • Phone Number, including area code
  • Position Title 
  • Location of the position
  • A brief description of your relevant work experience
To provide you with a better understanding of the job opportunities most commonly available in our senior centers, listed below are abbreviated job descriptions. The job descriptions below include, but are not limited to, the duties and requirements listed.

Physical Requirements / Job Descriptions:
Positions listed below require that you are able to lift up to 40 pounds floor to waist and be able to stand for up to 4 hours. Drivers are required to be able to lift 40 pounds floor to waist, carry 20 pounds up to 50 feet and be able to be outdoors in all weather conditions.

Site Aide I - Assist with kitchen clean up, wash dishes, pots, clean kitchen equipment, restrooms, sweep floors, assist with food prep as directed, stock shelves, rotate inventory, pack home delivered meals, deliver meals as needed.

Site Aide II - Assume duties of Senior Center Administrator as needed, assist with kitchen clean up and custodial work, pack home delivered meals, verify food temperatures for home delivered meals, recruit, supervise and train volunteers, order supplies, record keeping.

Driver - Deliver prepared food from senior center / central kitchen to a catered location, community site and/or individual homes using a designated company vehicle. Assist with portioning and packing food to be delivered, place packed food in appropriate holding device, assure that delivery vehicle and equipment are clean and maintained. Log daily mileage.  Requires you obtain a class E license.

Cook - Responsible for food preparation in accordance with menus, recipes, sanitation codes, regulations and policies. Assist with staff and volunteer training and recordkeeping. Assumes duties of Senior Center Administrator as needed, provides daily direction to kitchen staff, orders, receives, stores, rotates, and inventories food. Batch cooking experience is required.

Assistant Cook - Responsible for preparation of specific menu items at the direction of the cook. Assists with purchasing, receiving and record keeping. Fills in for other staff as needed.
Assists with clean up, food storage, inventory rotation, serves and packs meals.
 

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