Blood Pressure Screener:Senior Services is seeking volunteers with a patient care background to work as Blood Pressure Screening Providers. Volunteers will take blood pressure as requested, maintain proper records and follow confidentiality guidelines. Blood Pressure Screeners work one day a week, from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Please stop by the front desk or call 891-5018 for more information.
Class Instructors:Lead and instruct students participating in the class. Instructors are knowledgeable and talented in the topic of discussion. Classes may include, but not be limited to: Spanish, Italian, quilting, knitting, crocheting, computer software, chess, arts and crafts, dance, Tai Chi, etc.
Club/Group Leaders:Lead and preside over a group of Senior Center members who are also members of the specific club. Club types may include: Computer Club, Singles Club, Fishing Club, Woodcarving, Bridge Club, Book Club, Creative Writing Club, etc.
Computer Lab Systems Administrators/Technicians:Assist in the maintenance and upkeep of the MSC computer lab. Duties include but are not limited to: trouble shooting internet access problems, installing and uninstalling software, hardware maintenance and upgrade, networking, etc.
Facility Beautification:Provide "as-needed" assistance in keeping the Senior Centers aesthetically pleasing (vacuuming, window washing, cleaning restrooms, rose pruning, watering plants, etc.) Meal site assistance includes cleaning tables, serving food, and wrapping silverware.
Front Desk Reception:Provide front-line "reception" assistance either by phone or in person. Duties include but are not limited to: registering new and renewal memberships, exchanging money for the monthly newsletter, selling Rio Transit fare cards, taking program/outing fees, providing facility tours, answering phones, answering program related questions or referring inquiries, tracking information & referral data, etc.
Registration/Cashier:Register Senior Center members for programs (this includes exchange of money). Monthly registration takes place the first Thursday of the month.
Service Provider:Provide either specialty services or general services as needed. Examples of specialty services are taking blood pressure, providing hearing & hearing aid services, offering tax aid, etc. Examples of general services include stuffing bags, folding paper, delivering flyers, etc.
Van Drivers:Transport Senior Center members in a 14-passenger van, to and from predetermined destinations. Driver will take a leadership role during the outing providing assistance to the passengers, obtaining receipts from vendors, and providing emergency assistance, if needed.