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.
General Description: This is a supervisory level position with full supervisory responsibility for Nutrition Services as directed by the Director of Facilities and Safety. Responsible for planning, evaluating and initiating programs to meet current and future District needs in food service. The position ensures the efficient and cost effective delivery of food service that complies with State and Federal programs to include purchasing, hiring and firing staff, staff evaluations, scheduling, and supervision of food service positions. Required to develop and maintain program procedures, department systems and efficient work standards. Responsible for directing the activities and operation of the Nutrition Services department including the leadership of all kitchen staff, purchasing and inventory control, menu management and meal distribution to the School District community. Provide highly responsible and complex administrative support to the Director of Facilities and Safety.
Applications will be taken until the position is filled. For a full job description and online application, please click here.
The Newberg School District has a job opening for a Nutrition Services Supervisor. Job responsibilities include: Direct and supervise food service program activities, staff performance, community relations, fiscal management, and physical plant management of food service areas to meet board approved goals, objectives and procedures for students, staff and community while adhering to local, state and federal regulations. Oversight of Summer Feeding Program.
Apply online by Friday, April 19.
The Oregon Farm to School and School Garden Network is hiring an Administrative and Program Assistant!
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? This position will handle a wide range of administrative and program support related tasks for the organization.
- Track information for 1200+ stakeholders in OFSSGN’s stakeholder database
- Administer OFSSGN’s email list
- Assist with fundraising solicitation, acknowledgement and tracking
- Assist with financial management
- Assist with grant reporting and documentation
- Support programs including stakeholder/ partner engagement, outreach and logistics
- Other duties as assigned by Director
Hours and Location
This position is part-time starting at 12-15 hours a week and has the potential to increase hours as the need increases. The OFSSGN’s office is located in Eugene, Oregon, however this position can be done remotely from any location within Oregon with reliable phone and high-speed internet.
Applications are due Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 5:00pm.
More information and application instructions are provided here:
Our top-notch lineup of school nutrition professionals, chefs and experts will share the latest trends and resources that will help you gain great ideas for your school nutrition program!
Download the 2019 OSNA Conference Program (.pdf) here before the show.
Members of the School Nutrition Association (SNA) have spoken, casting their ballots in the annual election for the Association’s top leadership positions, and (drum roll please) two of OSNA’s finest have been elected to serve in these prestigious roles:
Lynne Shore, Willamina School District 30J, Oregon
SNA Leadership Development Committee: Northwest Regional Representative
Pamela Suyematsu, SNS, Ontario School District 008, Oregon
The winning candidates for the Board of Directors will be installed this summer during SNA’s Annual National Conference (ANC) in St. Louis, Mo., and will serve under the leadership of incoming President Doug Davis, SNS. The elected Leadership Development Committee members begin their term March 1, 2019, under the leadership of Chair Lynn Harvey.
Congratulations, Lynne and Pam! Doing Oregon proud!
Hood River County School District has an opening for a Cook Manager I (8 hours-day) at Parkdale Elementary. The Cook Manager position duties include directing food service personnel at Parkdale Elementary School to perform their functions in a safe and efficient manner; providing food services at Parkdale Elementary that meets the mandated nutritional needs of students; ensuring availability of quantities of items; menu planning, preparing and distributing food service items for consumption by students and others; providing written support to convey information; and complying with mandated health requirements
This posting will remain open until filled. This is a temporary 8 hour/day position to begin immediately and will last for the remainder of the 2018/19 school year.
To apply, download the job description and application instructions available here.
Grow Portland is hiring a skilled Executive Director to guide the delivery of our school garden and healthy eating programs in Portland, Oregon. Grow Portland is the leading, local nonprofit organization dedicated to school garden education with more than 15 public school partners. Each month, we work with 7,000 students of which more than half are students of color.
The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the implementation of programs and partnerships in collaborations with the board of directors and staff. Key duties include fundraising, financial management, marketing, human resources management and legal compliance.
We welcome applications from candidates with a passion for education and skills working in ethnically diverse communities and we encourage applicants with diverse life, work and educational experiences to apply.
The position materials are attached and also posted at: www.growportland.org/jobs
Questions about the position can be directed to:
Amy Gilroy, Board of Directors
E.D. Recruitment Committee Chair