Child Nutrition General Worker Part-Time (5.75 hours)
POSITION OVERVIEW: Participates in the overall provision of meal service to children for breakfast and or lunch. These duties include the setting up of serving lines, delivery of food to children, dishwashing and maintaining the overall cleanliness of the kitchen facilities and service area. Promote food safety, sanitation and a warm inviting eating experience for the students.
The Nutrition General Worker:
- Will be able to work in all areas of the kitchen as assigned by the Cafeteria Manager.
- Will Serve food that is the correct serving temperature and quality. Any substandard quality food must be brought to the attention of the Cafeteria Manager.
- Will alternate assignments in food preparation, serving, dishwashing and cleaning as directed by the Cafeteria Manager.
- Will follow safe food handling practices and maintain standards of health, sanitation and safet. Will maintain personal cleanliness while performing duties.
- Will be responsible to learn how to operate, care for and clean school nutrition equipment.
- Will be responsible for the recording of food and /or supplies taken out from storerooms, refrigeratiors or freezes on a daily basis.
- Will keep all work and storage areas clean.
- Will assist co-workers where help is needed and take the initiative to do whatever is necessary to expedite work in the kitchen.
- Will practice personal hygiene.
- Will turn on, test and monitor equipment at the beginning of the day.
- Will attend school sponored in-service for personal and professional growth.
- Will display an attitude of cooperation and accommodation to all co-workers, students, faculty, staff and Administration.
- Will perform preparation duties for the next day.
- Will sign in and work according to a time schedule.
- Will perform other related duties as required or assigned by the Cafeteria Manager, Director of Operations or Executive Director..
Must possess a high school diploma or equilvalent, Must be able to read and follow written food serving guidelines and work schedules; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with school staff and students; able to maintain emotional control; ability to work with others in a close fast paced environment and the ability to address students and staff in a pleasant, courteous manner. Must be willing to learn or have knowledge of meal pattern requirements as specified by the USDA Child Nutrition Program. Must be able to tolerate extreme temperatures.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Some walking, moving, carrying, bending, kneeling, reaching, handling, pushing, and pulling. Ability to lift a minimum of 50 pounds. Ability to stand for long periods of time. Ability to be exposed to chemicals. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential tasks.
1. Application and Resume
2. 3 Employment References
1. Work 10 months
2. Hourly employee
Job Type: Part-time