A Rewarding Place to Work for Dining Services!
At Presbyterian SeniorCare Network, our standards of care have never been higher. We’re hiring compassionate individuals to join our Dining Services team to help in Making Aging Easier® for older adults. Do you enjoy preparing and serving appetizing meals while having meaningful conversations? If you answered “yes,” consider a career with us. As a team member, you will prepare or serve nutritious meals that help our residents thrive. You’ll also contribute by helping residents make menu choices and keeping food operations safe and efficient. You’ll get to know our residents, help them celebrate birthdays and special events, and even discuss favorite recipes while sharing a cup of coffee. Help make mealtime special for our residents!
Our Team Touches Lives and Makes a Difference!
As a vital Dining Services team member, you’ll help prepare and/or serve great meals to keep our residents healthy and strong. Mealtimes also provide opportunities to build friendships. By interacting with our residents, you will help build a sense of community and make friends who will look forward to seeing you every day. Scroll below to get to know some of our team members!
Oakmont, Longwood at Oakmont
Full Time, Part Time, Casual
Assist our residents in making healthy choices as you prepare and serve nutritious meals designed to help them thrive.
A Career That Counts!
Hungry for a person-centered career where you can make a real difference? Consider a career in Dining Services. As a team member, you’ll form strong bonds with the residents you serve. You’ll help adjust menus or provide alternative options so residents remain happy, healthy and strong. You’ll also serve as an extra set of “eyes and ears” to make sure the nursing team knows if a resident is not feeling well at mealtime or just doesn’t seem to be acting like themselves. A career in Dining Services isn’t just about preparing and serving meals—it’s an opportunity to use your unique talents to meet the nutritional needs of our residents while engaging in conversation during one of the most important times of the day – mealtime.