The Child Nutrition Program is looking for a Field Supervisor.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
Archdiocese of New York
Department of Education/Child Nutrition Program
TITLE: Full Time Field Supervisor, Child Nutrition Program
REPORTS TO: Director, Child Nutrition Program
Under the general direction of the Director the position of a Field Supervisor is to ensure school cafeteria follow proper procedures and regulations related to ordering, receiving, storing, handling, preparation, and serving of food; overseeing assigned personnel; providing information to others; and assisting with training and supervision.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Supervises school food service and operations.
- Evaluates cafeteria programs (ex: daily visits to school sites, standardization for food portion size, observe safety measures, etc.)
- Implements assigned activities for the purpose of complying with regulatory requirements and established guidelines.
- Inspects school lunch facilities and operations for the purpose of ensuring that standards of diet, cleanliness, health and safety are being maintained.
- Monitors school cafeterias for overall safety and sanitation for the purpose of ensuring the school food service programs is administered in accordance with federal laws, USDA regulations and Department of Health regulations.
- Participates in meetings and workshops for the purpose of conveying information required to perform functions.
- Compiles, maintains, and files a variety of records, reports and other documents such as, but not limited to:
Lunch applications (September/as needed)
Supervisor report (daily)
Management inspection checklist (weekly)
Class list & rosters (ongoing)
After school snack review-twice a year
After school inspections (daily)
Attachment G’s-Verifications (November)
Self reviews (January)
Civil rights training (August)
Direct Matches (August-November-February)
Counter sheets for breakfast-lunch-after school (monthly)
Master book (updated 3 times per year, or as needed)
Intent to return form (June)
- Conducts daily visits to review applications, rosters, breakfast and lunch production records, equipment log, food temperature log, etc.
- Establishes procedures to protect food, supplies and equipment.
- Assures compliance with federal, state and local laws, regulations, policies and procedures related to the Child Nutrition Program.
- Communicates with food service staff, school administrators, to implement improvements and changes; respond to issues and concerns related to food preparation, menus, and equipment.
- Oversees the preparation and accuracy of various reports.
- Keeps current with changes in federal, state and local policies and procedures
- Plans, develops coordinates and arranges training/retraining of food service personnel.
- Provides assistance and training in basic food service activities such as food preparation, receiving and storing, sanitation procedures and safe operation of equipment to food service personnel.
- Provides annual Civil Rights training.
- Instructs employee new techniques to improve efficiency and safety; discuss concerns with food service staff and assists with a resolution.
- Conducts internal health inspections.
- Coordinates preventative maintenance of kitchen equipment.
- Attends a variety of meeting and workshops.
- Develops a school food safety program for the preparation and service of school meals.
- Delivers applications to assigned schools.
- Delivers small wares, signage and paperwork to kitchen staff.
- Identifies students who are eligible for free school meals through DCMP website.
- Maintains DCMP findings for Inspections.
- All aspects of food service operations and food preparation procedures.
- Nutritional requirements of the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs and related Federal and State regulations, including the evaluation of applications for free and reduced priced meals.
- Direct Certification Matching Process.
- Health and safety rules and regulations pertaining to food establishments, sanitation and maintenance regulations.
- Principles of HACCP, implementation and management of program.
- Wellness program.
- Plan and implement training for food service personnel.
- Operate all kitchen equipment at school sites.
- Carry out the work of food service personnel in their absence.
- Instruct and train basic and new techniques to food service personnel.
- Read, interpret and follow rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
- Plan and organize work for self and others.
- Maintain records and prepare reports.
- Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
- Establish and maintain effective working relationships with internal departments and external agencies.
- Analyze situations and take an effective course of action.
- Operate standard office equipment and computers.
- Take initiative and work independently with little direction.
- Meets schedules and timelines and works under pressure.
- Work safely around kitchen hazards.
- Perform functions such as interviewing, evaluating and supervising personnel.
- Demonstrate use of good judgment in decision-making processes.
- Interpret, apply, and explain rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
- Work collaboratively in a team environment.
- Department of Health-Serve Safe Sanitation course
- NYSED-Annual workshop
- NYSED-HACCP-Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point workshop
- NYSED-Direct Certification Matching Process
- NYSED-Six Cent Certification workshop
- SIS-Student Information System