Are you looking for equipment to promote your school breakfast program or update your cafeteria? Fuel Up to Play 60, the in-school wellness program, has grant funding available to help support your Child Nutrition Programs. These grants, up to $4,000/school, are to support academic success through school-wide healthy eating and physical activity initiatives.
Rogue Valley Farm to School is seeking a skillful professional to lead the nonprofit organization under the strategic direction of the Board of Directors. The Executive Director will be responsible for daily operations, finances, fundraising strategies, programs, and personnel. The Executive Director will ensure the execution of RVF2S’s mission, maintain and build strategic relationships, and represent the organization to the community. This is an incredible opportunity for someone who is passionate about quality nutrition education programs for children and the community, and sustainable agriculture.
Apply by June 5, 2017 at http://www.rvfarm2school.org/hiring
OSNA’s Industry Committee has announced the 2017 dates for the Annual Industry Seminar & USDA Foods Show. The popular one-day event will be held on Friday, Oct. 13, 2017 at Camp Withycombe in Clackamas.
The registration fee is $75.00, which entitles delegates to the full slate of educational presentations, a keynote by Patrick Henry, the USDA Foods exhibits, and a light lunch. Stay tuned for the full program agenda, registration details and theme!
Central School District has an opening for Food Services Manager. The successful candidate will actively manage the district’s Food Service operation with the goals of long-term sustainability and ensure that the district is in full compliance with all legal obligations relating to the safe preparation and handling of nutritious food.
Applications are due Friday, May 12. Visit the Central Employment page for a full description and online application.
The Beaverton School District is accepting applications for Nutrition Services Field Supervisor, at the Nutrition Services Department for the 2017-18 School Year. This position supervises school meal program operations at elementary, middle and high school sites for maximum quality and efficiency.
The Oregon Department of Education’s Child Nutrition Programs is recruiting for two positions. Click on the links below for full details on the positions and applications:
Compliance Specialist 3 (Purchasing Compliance Specialist): Closing on March 16, 2017
Child Nutrition Specialist: Closing on March 26, 2017
The full conference program for the 2017 OSNA State Conference is now available for download!
Join OSNA in the Winner’s Circle!
There is still time to register for the conference, which will be held March 10-11 at the Salem Convention Center. Visit our State Conference page to download the registration form!
- Vice President
- Area 1 Rep
- Area 3 Rep
- Area 5 Rep
Please click the OSNA Elections Survey Monkey link to get acquainted with the candidates, to see an Area map and to cast your votes today!
Reynolds School District has a job opening for a Nutrition Services Operations Supervisor. The qualified candidate supports the instructional goals of the district and the community directly and indirectly by ensuring that the Nutrition Services Department provides safe, timely, nutritious food products and services to students, staff and the community. This position ensures that the needs of the district are met through the coordination and supervision of the programs, staff, facilities and resources allocated to NS. This position is responsible for recruitment, hiring, supervision, evaluation and disciplinary actions. This position makes assessments and projections about the major trends in school food services and provides timely reporting of these projections to the Chief Financial and Operations Officer.
Visit the Reynolds School District Jobs page for a full job description, qualification requirements and online application form.