REPORTS TO: Cafeteria Manager/PIC, Food and Nutrition Services
DEFINITION: Performs daily production, serving, and cleaning duties for the school foodservice program. Meets and greets students and assists them with making healthy menu selections. Performs other duties as assigned.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
Performs food service production and operational tasks as assigned by the school's site manager.
Assists in the preparation of foods using standardized recipes and menus, and portion controls in accordance with work production standards.
Sets up food on serving lines and/or steam tables and serves meals or meal components.
Conducts the cashiering function in accordance with established financial and accountability procedures.
Cleans and sanitizes all equipment and work areas including the kitchen floors, walk-in refrigerators, and storage areas. Follows established Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) procedures and food safety standards.
Assists with maintaining production records, HACCP logs, and satellite control sheets.
Properly stores food and supplies.
Transports food from the base complex to the receiving school, if required.
Reports to any site in the complex as assigned.
Education, Training, and Experience: High school diploma or appropriate equivalent is preferred. One (1) year experience in the field of food service is preferred.
Licenses and Certificates: Possession of a valid class C Maryland driver's license or an equivalent preferred.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Knowledge of school system's safety, procedural, and policy guidelines, and applicable safety regulations. Ability to understand and speak English. Ability to maintain good relationships with teachers, students, and other employees. Good human relations and communications skills.
PHYSICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS: The work of this class is performed in a kitchen and cafeteria environment. Duties require frequent lifting and carrying including objects up to 50 pounds, the ability to bend and kneel on a regular basis, and the ability to stand for three hours or more consecutively. Also requires the ability to withstand extreme temperatures of hot and cold.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT Annual completion of continuing education/training in accordance with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Professional Standards for School Nutrition Employees.
SALARY: Substitute Rate: $11.00 per hour Regular Rate: Grade 02 on the OFNS Pay Scale $11.37 to $16.64 (10-month position)
Regular positions are eligible for the Baltimore County Employees' Retirement System
Application Instructions Please read and carefully follow the instructions provided below.
Applicants are required to have a completed application on file for employment with Baltimore County Public Schools (BCPS). Each time an applicant applies to a job with BCPS, the application must be resubmitted. If an applicant started an application with BCPS in the past and at a later date decides to apply for additional positions, it is the applicant's responsibility to review the entire application and ensure that all data is up to date (for example, the applicant may need to add additional schooling or certifications, an additional work experience, or provide updated references). The applicant must remember to review the entire application each time for accuracy and submit each time for a new or different vacancy.
Professional references must be submitted to complete your application. Examples of professional references include current and former principals, supervisors, managers, mentor teachers and university/college supervisors. Personal references from colleagues, friends, community members, etc. will not be accepted. Applicants should notify their reference proactively to inform them they will receive a form via email through a MAILBOT email address from Baltimore County Public Schools. Applicants should also inform their reference(s) of the job they are applying to.
Be sure to account for all periods of employment and unemployment, including student teaching and internship experience, and include names, addresses, and telephone numbers of employers.
Be sure to answer all criminal background questions. If you answer "yes" to any of the criminal background questions you must provide a written explanation. A criminal offense does not necessarily exclude an applicant from employment with BCPS. Factors such as passage of time since the offense, the nature of the violation, and the extent of rehabilitation will be taken into consideration.
All persons employed by the Baltimore County Public Schools, regular and temporary, are required to be fingerprinted and have a criminal background investigation (State of Maryland, Senate Bill 315, effective October 1, 1986) completed. The fee charged for fingerprinting is $81.00. An identification card will be issued which must be shown prior to employment.
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