Primary position/duties: To provide lunch for construction crew volunteers on the job site. It is necessary to check in with the Volunteer Coordinator one to three days prior to the designated meal day to establish the number of volunteers that will be on site. The number of volunteers usually range between three to fifteen depending on the project.
Physical requirements: Create and deliver a meal for construction volunteer crew.
Equipment to be used: Personal vehicle for delivery. Personal kitchen supplies needed to create meal.
Occupational requirements: None
Hours per week to do this job: One to three hours, depending on meal preparation and driving requirements.
Number of slots available: two, one Saturday a month.
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