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Manager, Cafeteria I

Posted: 09/05/2021

THE SCHOOL BOARD OF MANATEE COUNTY Local Title: FOOD SERVICE CAFETERIA MANAGER I, II, III, IV, V State Title: Manager, Food Services JOB DESCRIPTION Level I Elementary School up to 750 participation/meals Level II Elementary School over 750 participation/meals Level III Middle School up to 1,000 participation/meals Level IV All High Schools and any Schools over 1,000 participation/meals Level V Schools over 1500 meal equivalents JOB GOAL: To lead Food Service operations for assigned school. Supervises Food Service Workers, and oversees Breakfast, Lunch, Snack, Supper, and Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Programs. To lead a small to large team in the growth and success of a child nutrition program. QUALIFICATIONS: High School Diploma or approved equivalency diploma. Minimum one (1) year management experience, which includes direct employee supervision, required. Minimum of one (1) year Food Service experience. Serv-Safe certified or receive certification within six (6) months. Must pass a physical exam. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of the planning, preparation and service of a large variety of foods. Knowledge of the uses of a variety of food service equipment. Knowledge of food values and nutrition. Knowledge of health, sanitary and safety practices in the food service operation. Knowledge of the storage of food and non-food supplies. Ability to supervise the preparation of economical, nutritious and attractive meals. Ability to supervise and train food service personnel. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, students and school personnel. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Ability to market the School Lunch program to students, parents, school administration, and community. Ability to plan, organize and prioritize activities. Ability to effectively use all food service computer software applications. REPORTS TO: Director, Food Services Supervisor, Food Services SUPERVISES: Assistant Cafeteria Manager Food Service Workers PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: Manages food service operations including staff supervision, food production and service, marketing, and adherence to HACCP procedures. Follows all U.S Department of Agriculture, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, and Florida Department of Health regulations Responsible for hiring, performance appraisals, and employee discipline. Responsible for training staff on all aspects of school meal programs. Meets or exceeds U.S. Department of Agriculture requirements for Professional standards. Adheres to District Student Charge Procedures and communicates with parents and administrators on student charges. Follows meal accountability procedures and passes annual U.S Department of Agriculture Accountability Review Complies with all District Wellness Policy Requirements, and works with school leadership on compliance. Maintains a working relationship with other school employees and staff. Communicates regularly and effectively with school administration Serves as a representative for the District Wellness Policy at meetings or as required. Practices good customer service by politely and respectively serving students, staff, parents, and other customers. Performs tasks assigned with minimal supervision. Follows a work schedule, plans ahead, and helps others on the child nutrition team. Follows nutrition standards, District-provided menus, and all meal service-related procedures. Implements planned quality menus incorporating time-saving production techniques, effective merchandising and nutrition education activities. Receives, stores, handles, prepares and serves food according to established standards. Assures that sanitation and safety practices comply with federal, state and local regulations. Plans production schedules and work assignments. Maintains daily production records. Interviews applicants and makes recommendations for employment. Promotes student and staff satisfaction by merchandising and serving meal in an attractive manner. Communicates concerns to appropriate supervisor about policies and procedures relating to all food service. Caters meals and snacks for school. Attends all required trainings and in-services. Follows all cash-handling procedures, including making daily deposits. Ensures that all meals are accounted for correctly and maintains all necessary accountability documentation. Understand and follow oral and written directions. Creates, implements, and achieves goals and objectives. Read write, and utilize basic math skills. Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned by supervisor. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Medium Work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force and/or up to 10 pounds of force as needed to move objects. Stand for up to six (6) continuous hours Stoop, squat, kneel, and/or bend in a manner that allows the palms to touch the floor (as in cleaning baseboards, equipment, etc.) Bend from a standing position in a manner that allows the palms to touch the knees (as in washing of pots and pans in deep sinks, and cleaning milk boxes) Bend from the waist in a standing position with the arms outstretched for an extended period of time (as in the service of food) Twist, turn, and/or stretch from side to side that allows the shoulders to be perpendicular to the hips (as in sweeping, mopping, stocking shelves removing food from ovens) Lift, carry, and/or support 30 pounds from shoulder level to above head (as in placing food in ovens, freezer, stockroom shelves etc.) Work with caustic and non-caustic chemicals Work in hot, humid environment Perform duties requiring repetitive motions with hands and wrist (as in slicing, dicing, washing, counting money, writing, scrubbing, scraping, etc.) TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Salary and benefits shall be paid consistent with the District’s approved compensation plan. Length of the work year and hours of employment shall be those established by the District. EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board’s policy on evaluation of personnel. Board approved on: Revised: 07/08/2002 06/07/2004 03/06/2009 06/11/2012 04/06/2018 06/12/2018 SALARY SCHEDULE: SUPPORT PAYGRADE: Level I - 29, 59 Level II - 30, 6023 Level III - 31, 61 Level IV - 32, 62 Level V - 33, 63 SHORT TITLE: FDS003, FDS004, FDS005, FDS006, FDS046 STATE JOB CODE: 76013 Pay Scale Negotiated Starting Hourly : $16.47

Position Type: Full-time

Employer Willing to Train: Yes

The School District of Manatee County
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