District Food Service and CNP Supervisor - Moab (#2010579)
JOB SUMMARY Under the direction of the Superintendent of Schools, oversees all aspects of the operation of the District’s Child Nutrition Program (CNP), including administration, planning, directing, assessing, implementing, and evaluating the program in order to provide all students with a safe, healthy and nutritious meal.
Customer Service: Partner with others in the school district and community for the development of a Child Nutrition Program that follows federal, state, and local guidelines. Establishes quality standards for the presentation and service of food. Implement a district-wide customer service that focuses on value and satisfaction.
Sanitation, Food and Employee Safety: Establishes procedures to ensure that food is prepared and served in a sanitary and safe environment. Develops employee safety regulations into all phases of the food service operation. Establishes standards for receiving, storing, and inventorying all food and non-food supplies. Provides training and technical assistance for school food service personnel. Works with parents and physicians to accommodate children with special nutritional needs. Ensures CNP compliance with all local, state, and federal laws and policies.
Financial Management and Record Keeping: Implements efficient management techniques to ensure all financial records, and supporting documentation etc., are maintained in accordance with local, state, and federal laws and policies. Is responsible to prepare and file claims for meals served and reports deemed necessary by state agencies. Responsible to accurately consider for approval free or reduced meal applications Responsible to count and deposit all monies received from the meal programs.
Food Production: Develops menus which conform to USDA regulations using Nutrikids or other software necessary and determined by the district. Develops procedures to ensure the food production system provides safe, nutritious food of high quality. Ensures operational procedures for efficient and effective food production and distribution. Develops changes based on new research information determined for a healthier program.
Personnel Management: Implement personnel policies according to local, state and federal regulations and laws. Develops methods for hiring and training of CNP personnel. Performs and directs with an overall nature that is committed to the goals and visions of the School District. Performs and directs appropriate communication skills with the customers served. Conforms to District policy regarding attendance and absences. Employee attendance must be adequate to perform the above listed essential functions.
MARGINAL FUNCTIONS Performs other job duties as required.
Deadline to apply: Open until filled.