Under general direction of the Assistant Superintendent of Business Services, plan, organize, and direct the operation of the District School Nutrition programs and school cafeterias including nutrition, sanitation, purchasing, and financial functions; ability to train, supervise and evaluate assigned personnel. Performs other related duties as required.
Plan, organize, and direct District School Nutrition Services programs and cafeteria operations: assure compliance with Federal, State, local laws and District policies and regulations
Establish operating procedures for District cafeterias and central kitchen
Confers with District administration, school principals, site staff and others in regards to cafeteria operations, prepare and present oral and written reports
Assists in developing the annual department budget and assure sound fiscal management practices, evaluates financial forecasts and analyze food and labor costs to assure efficient and cost effective operations in the preparation of the nutrition service program budget
Coordinate information and nutritional resources and materials for the public,PTA and other organizations
Direct the preparation and maintenance of a variety of records, reports, reimbursement claims and other documents related to the school nutrition program operations, personnel, finances, sales and inventory
Assures purchasing activities comply with applicable Federal, State and District statutes, regulations, policies and determine specifications for the purchase of food and equipment
Plan and direct the implementation and processing of free and reduced meal application and verification program
Plan, develop and adjust master menus for a variety of school programs, determine need for types and quantities of food, supplies, equipment and staffing
Direct the inspection of food served, plan for proper storage and economical use of food and supplies
Visit school sites to observe the school nutrition personnel and procedures: develop and recommend improved methods of food preparation and service
Coordinate training programs of nutrition service personnel and direct the assignment of substitute school nutrition service personnel
Operate standard nutrition service equipment and software
Participate in the District wellness program and policies
Conducts research on the latest developments in the school nutrition management and education
Perform other duties as assigned
Experience: • Four years of progressively responsible experience in a large-scale institutional, school, commercial or related nutrition services program
Desirable: • Minimum of two years in a supervisory, administrative or management capacity • Bilingual in Spanish/English
All documents must be included at time of application
DMV Printout (Within the last 3 months)
Letter of Introduction (Please describe your experience that qualifies you for the position)
Letter(s) of Recommendation (3-Within the last 12 months)
Other (Bachelor’s degree with an academic major in areas including food and nutrition, food service management, dietetics, family and consumer sciences, nutrition education, culinary arts, business, or a related field)
About East Whittier City School District
The East Whittier City School District provides educational opportunities (transitional kindergarten through eighth grade, including special education) for approximately 9,000 children. The District employs approximately 1,075 teachers, administrators and support staff. We have 13 schools which operate on a traditional school year schedule.
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