The Beaverton School District is accepting applications for Nutrition Services Field Supervisor, at the Nutrition Services Department for the 2019-20 School Year. This position supervises school meal program operations at elementary, middle and high school sites for maximum quality and efficiency.
The Nutrition Services Field Supervisor helps ensure the safety and quality of school meals by overseeing food service operations at multiple school sites and ensuring their compliance with food safety regulations and USDA child nutrition guidelines.
The Nutrition Services Director plans, organizes, coordinates and directs the nutrition program for all District schools and ensures safe, clean and efficient operations. This position requires independent judgment and analysis; ensures proper regulation of workflow, frequently involving heavy volume and emergent situations; provides leadership, supervision, evaluation, training and direction for assigned staff; and high level organization.
The average daily breakfast count is 2,000; the average daily lunch count is 3,200; and the average daily afternoon meals/snacks count is 250. Four school sites participate in the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable program. The average daily participation in Summer Meals is 300.
Please click here for a full job description and application. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Sheridan School District has a job opening for a head cook at Faulconer-Chapman School. The head cook will perform kitchen management and nutrition service lead work for FCS. Duties include preparing school menus, meals, ordering food and maintaining program records; directing and working with assistant cooks.
For a full job description and application, please click here.
Applications will be accepted through June 7, 2019.
The Oregon Farm to School and School Garden Network is hiring a Program Coordinator.
Would you love to support members of Oregon’s farm to school and school garden community in their work to incorporate healthy, local food into school meals and implement farm and garden-based education?
The ideal candidate will have experience with efforts to incorporate local food into school meals and also with farm and/or garden based education, ideally in Oregon. They will work with a broad range of statewide and regional partners to support Oregon’s farm to school and school garden programs.
What we’re looking for:
- Experience with efforts to incorporate locally grown food into school meals
- Experience with farm and garden-based education programs
- Familiarity with Oregon’s farm to school and school garden programs
- A commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and social and racial justice
- Experience with program evaluation
- Experience with grant management
- Experience with grant writing
Hours and Location
Hours: 30-32 hours per week
Location: The OFSSGN’s office is currently located in Eugene, Oregon. Some training will happen in Eugene and communication and coordination with the OFSSGN’s Director will be most efficient if based in Eugene. However, this position may be able to be remote from any location within Oregon with reliable phone and high-speed internet.
Applications are due Sunday May 26th at 5:00 pm.
For more information and application instructions, visit the announcement page.
Redmond School District is pleased to announce that we are seeking qualified applicants for a Nutrition Services Director position based at the Redmond School District Office. This is an excellent opportunity to join a high-performing team that supports the efforts of making success possible for all Redmond learners. Redmond is a phenomenal community (www.visitredmondoregon.com) that strongly supports their school district. This position is a full-time and year-round position.
The Nutrition Services Director is a mid-level management position and is responsible for management of the Nutrition Services department for the Redmond School District. The primary role of this position is to provide guidance, direction and leadership for the department to facilitate the purchasing, processing, preparation and service of all food products to students within the District. The director position ensures that all functions are completed in a professional, timely and cost effective manner and in compliance with relevant local, state and federal regulations.
A full job description including minimum qualifications may be viewed by clicking here.
Application deadline: May 11, 2019.
Lake Oswego School District has a full-time opening for a Food Services Specialist, who acts as head secretary to the Director of Food Services, providing secretarial, clerical, and administrative assistance. The specialist will also act as an office facilitator between students, parents, staff, various agencies and the community.
For a job description and to apply online, please click here.
Frequent travel to school sites requires use of reliable personal vehicle.
This posting closes Tuesday, April 16, 2019 at 11:59pm. This is an exempt, 12-month, full-time position to begin as soon as possible. To apply, download the job description and application instructions available here.