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Job Title

Meal Service Specialist

Company : Center City Public Charter Schools

Location : Washington, DC

Created : 2020-10-24

Job Type : Full Time

Job Description

This position is for the 2020-2021 School Year, immediate hire. Meal Service Specialist Part Time Center City Public Charter Schools is seeking a professional, dedicated Meal Service Specialist. The Meal Service Specialist (MSS) is responsible for managing the daily operations of the campus meal service. This work supports student achievement, as well as, the effectiveness and efficiency of business operations and related local, state and federal compliance around meal service. Center City PCS believes that small schools and top quality leaders make for excellence ? excellence in instruction, management, and student learning. The Role of the Campus Meal Service Specialist The MSS serves nutritious meals to students and ensures a clean and functioning cafeteria environment. The MSS is also responsible for assisting with meeting participant requirements with the National School Lunch Program (NSLP). The MSS works in coordination with and under the direction of the Operations Manager to ensure compliance with NSLP. Meal service occurs daily in shifts of approximately 50-70 students. The hours for this position are 7:30am-2:00pm Monday through Friday with two fifteen-minute breaks. Areas of Responsibility & Accountability + Execution of duties in accordance with policies and procedures + Must meet federal and state requirements for proper food handling, food storage, and sanitation + Forecast and plan menu in coordination with Operations Manager + Maintain service equipment (report issues, concerns) + Maintain required records, including but not limited to, production records, vendor receipts, meal counts and inventory + Receiving and serving of meals + Maintain accurate point of service records and ensure proper execution of federal point of service requirements + Accurate manual and electronic recording of meals in designated system (s) + Attend mandatory and recommended trainings + Ensure adherence to Healthy Schools Act requirements + Adherence to safety requirements Expected Skills & Attributes + Must have a Certified Food Handler License in the District of Columbia OR obtain license prior to start date + Ability to lift up to 45 lbs + Ability to multi-task + Customer service oriented + General knowledge and understanding of nutrition guidelines + Knowledge of National School Lunch requirements a plus + Strong organization and communication skills (working with vendor, staff, students and families) + Ability to work positively with children, school staff and public to provide direction and guidance + Ability to identify techniques to promote foodservice and healthy eating to students, staff and families + Basic computer skills required and familiarity with PowerSchool, Google and Excel a plus