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Fullerton School DistrictSupervisor, Nutrition Services
Closing Date: August 14, 2015
Job Description: The Personnel Commission is seeking a qualified individual for Supervisor of Nutrition Services for a full-time, 11-months/year position.
Under general direction of the Director of Nutrition Services, using highly significant levels of decision-making skills; administers and supervises the planning, scheduling and preparation of overall kitchen operations functions at the District Nutrition Center. Collaborates with the Director of Nutrition Services in the planning and development of balanced and cost effective menus.
The monthly salary range is $6,034 to $6,661 on a three-step salary schedule. This is an 11-months/year position.
The District offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, and District paid life insurance for the employee, with 22 days paid vacation, 12 holidays and 11 sick days per year.
Job Responsibility: Coordinates orders for food and supplies and generates purchase orders; oversees recordkeeping of stores and inventory of supplies and equipment; updates specification book and nutrient analysis software; conducts annual update and reviews of all menu items; implements changes to menu items or recipes as needed; formats all menus, including lunch, breakfast and After School Site Program; assists in menu site monitoring of National School Lunch Program and After School Site Program and routine cafeteria inspections; oversees food preparation, distribution and service in the Central Kitchen; coordinates special menus including allergy and special needs diets; maintains and prepares records for District management, the Health Department and state and federal agencies; assists in determining staffing needs and establishing staffing patterns and coordinates recruitment with personnel department; reviews all nutrition service staff timesheets; maintains database of requested time off; supervises and assists in evaluating subordinate employees performance; conducts employee in-service training programs; supervises, evaluates and implements correct food preparation, distribution and service procedures; assists in planning, development, coordination and implementation of nutrition education activities including preparation of classroom displays for nutritional education programs; oversees and coordinates catering and marketing; tests and markets new products, menus, and recipes; assists in marketing and merchandising strategies to promote and maintain student participation; tracks and monitors all USDA commodity balances; supervises university level laboratory and intern students assigned to the food service program for field experience; discusses and provides nutrition service related solutions to individual school problems; schedules preventative maintenance and makes arrangements for unscheduled repairs at school sites; accounts for all cafeteria receipts from the schools; implements software updates and new systems; performs other related duties as needed.
Job Requirement: Education: Equivalent to graduation from high school supplemented by a minimum of two years of college-level course work in dietetics, nutrition, food service management or related field.
Experience: Equivalent to a minimum of four (4) years progressively responsible experience in school or institutional food services including two (2) years in a supervisory capacity. Education in relevant fields may be substituted for up to two years of non-supervisory experience.
Desirable: Registered Dietitian or registry eligible.
License: Possession of California Driver's License.
Knowledge of: Scientific principles of nutrition and application to feeding school age children; meal planning, preparation and service methods; food service organization and management; supervision and training techniques; procedures involved in ordering, receiving, storing and inventory of food and supplies; health and safety rules and regulations that pertain to the operation of a school food service establishment; the use and care of institutional kitchen equipment and utensils; customer service and interpersonal skills; computer hardware and software.
Ability to: Plan, organize and direct the food services operations; inspect the preparation and serving of food to assure compliance with health and sanitation regulations; plan nutritional menus within a budget and conduct nutritional analysis; prepare reports, keep records and make mathematical computations quickly and accurately; train, evaluate and supervise assigned subordinate personnel; communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing; operate a variety of office equipment; meet schedules and timelines; maintain insurability to drive a District vehicle. Comply with mandatory child abuse reporter training requirements as part of pre-employment and on an annual basis.
Contact: Please apply online at Edjoin.org - search Fullerton.
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