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Position TitleJob NumberJob DescriptionPay Scale
Kitchen Chef

POSITION TITLE: Food Service Assistant
REPORTS TO: School Business Administrator
CLASSIFICATION: Full-Time 12-month Employee

Mission

The mission of Albany Leadership Charter School for Girls is to prepare young women to graduate from high school with the academic and leadership skills necessary to succeed in college and the career of their choosing.

Values

College Readiness

Leadership

Empowerment

Accountability

Resolve and Resiliency

Vision

Albany Leadership Charter High School for Girls will be a recognized leader in single-sex secondary education for young women. It will foster a community of scholars dedicated to life-long learning and committed to improving their communities through their pursuit of post-secondary endeavors.

Commitment to Excellence

ALH is a family with the highest of expectations for our daughters, particularly in regards to academic achievement. Our goal is to position our girls so that their senior year can be focused on successfully transitioning to their post-secondary pursuits. If we set the standard, our daughters will rise to the challenge. We emphasize the importance of leadership through scholarship and service. “One leader changes everything” is not just a slogan students hear; it is a belief they are taught to manifest.

All Girls

There are three major advantages for girls who are educated in a single gender school, include: expanded educational opportunity, custom-tailored learning and instruction, and greater autonomy of thought and expression. Single gender schools help to foster an environment where their students

think for themselves and take control of their own lives. By eliminating false gender stereotypes, all female schools can liberate and empower their girls to explore various subjects and pursue excellence in all disciplines. It is for these reasons that ALH believes that the opportunity to experience a single-gender education, should be one that is offered freely to any and all girls who would choose it.

Position Description:

Responsibilities include month-end closing, financial statement preparation, and billing for a small, urban, charter school. Operations responsibilities include asset tagging, technology maintenance, and facility maintenance. Position includes a generous leave policy.

Food Service Assistant:

? Provide services needed to prepare and serve food to students and adults
? Use large and small kitchen equipment
? Follow sanitation rules and regulations as set by the state
? Prepare food according to standardized recipes/instructions
? Portion meal components as instructed
? Perform a variety of clean-up duties in the kitchen, serving area, and other designated areas
? Maintain a friendly and cooperative working environment by assisting coworkers when needed
? Perform other reasonable duties as directed Competencies/Qualifications
? High school diploma
? Qualified Food Handlers certification
? School nutrition training
? Knowledge of methods, materials, equipment, and appliances used in food preparation
? Some experience in institutional food service operations, preferably in a school environment
? State-mandated screening Mental Demands/Physical Demands/Environmental Factors
? Regularly lift and/or move up to ten (10) pounds
? Occasionally lift and/or move up to fifty (50) pounds Work Schedule.

School Food Services Manager

Job Title: School Food Services Manager
Job Summary:
The School Food Services Manager position will report to the School Business Administrator. They
will coordinate and direct the activities of the high and middle school kitchen, including, but not limited
to: creating duty assignments as needed, performing skilled cooking duties, directing and supervising
personnel assigned to the facility in a pleasant and helpful manner, as well as maintaining the food
supply.
Essential Job Functions:
This list of essential job functions is not exhaustive and may be supplemented as necessary.
Depending upon individual assignment, the employee may perform all or a combination of several of
the following duties:
? Direct and participate in food preparation according to the standard menu, recipes, and
verbal instructions. This will be done economically, efficiently, and on schedule.
? Guide the production and understand the regulations of preparing and serving in matters
of temperature, appearance, and portion size.
? Requisition routine supplies, keep records, and make reports.
? Numerical and clerical ability to calculate and record production quantities and inventory.
? Repeatedly lift and/or otherwise move cases and pans of food and other materials.
? Pack food properly for transportation to area schools and meal sites and assist with deliveries.
? Assist with serving meals.
? Assist in serving students by following USDA guidelines and ensuring that their needs
are recognized and acknowledged.
? Maintain confidentiality.
? Operate kitchen equipment, mechanical dishwasher, and other equipment as needed.
? Order food, produce, dairy and bread products weekly.
? Rotate stock on shelves to insure freshness of products.
? Safely operate any equipment introduced into the kitchen.
? Maintain a sanitary and safe kitchen.
? Developing and Distributing Monthly Menus for all school buildings.
? Clean kitchen areas, equipment, mechanical dishwasher, and other equipment as needed.
? Store food as directed.
? Assist in upholding and enforcing school school rules, administrative regulations, and
board policies.
? Take all necessary and reasonable precautions to protect students, equipment, materials,
and facilities.
? Requires the use of multiple communication systems, such as electronic mail and computers.
? Inspect school facilities for the purpose of ensuring that the site is suitable for safe
operations, maintained in an attractive and clean condition, and/or identifying necessary repairs due to vandalism, equipment breakage, weather conditions, etc. ? The employee shall maintain a consistent presence at the assigned work site(s) and work the regular work hours specified by the contract. ? Professionally interact with colleagues, members of the public, and students. ? Comply with all School policies and all applicable laws. ? Process Annual FRPL forms and input into the system ? Monthly CN Claims processing ? Assist in ordering and prepping all School event meals ? Perform special assignments and other duties as assigned or required by the supervisor. Desired Skills: ? Ability to complete 10 hours of training annually as required by the USDA. ? Experience in quantity food production and preparation preferred. ? Must be pleasant, cooperative, and able to work with students, teaching staff, co-workers, and the public. ? Must have good leadership skills; ability to plan, organize, direct, coordinate and delegate responsibilities to food service staff. ? Must be willing to maintain and update food service abilities by attending workshops, conferences, food shows, and/or in-service programs. ? Ability to scratch bake. ? Must be able to read, write, and do basic mathematics such as extrapolation recipes, keeping records, making changes, counting money, and making reports. ? Knowledge of measuring, weighing, following recipes, and operating equipment in a production kitchen. ? Maintain the ability to stand, reach, lift, bend, kneel, stoop, climb, push, pull, and lift items weighing 50 lbs. or less. Stand or walk 95% of the workday. ? Knowledge and willingness to be trained in the Skyward Point of Sales system. ? Demonstrates ability to communicate clearly and effectively in both oral and written communication. ? Working knowledge of school software, including Microsoft Office. ? Ability to establish cooperative working relationships with school staff to enhance the completion of assigned tasks. ? Flexible in learning new concepts, cooperates with others, and adapts to a variety of assignments and conditions. ? Sets and attains high level of expectations with a commitment to using available resources in a way that accomplishment occurs. ? Demonstrates the ability to learn new ideas and skills for solving problems in a dynamic team environment. ? Demonstrates ability to relate and work effectively with staff and community. ? Demonstrates personal characteristics of flexibility, high-stress tolerance, reliability, punctuality, dependability, and an ability to maintain confidentiality. ? Ability to lift objects weighing up to 70 pounds.

 

? Ability to maintain high standards of professionalism and diplomacy in dealing with the public and school staff. Minimum Qualifications: ? Successful Federal Fingerprint Clearance. ? Bachelor’s Degree ? Valid New York State driver’s license. ? Completion of all school-required trainings within thirty (30) calendar days from hire date.

 

Albany Leadership Charter High School for Girlsis an equal opportunity employment firm. Prospective employees will receive considerationwithout discrimination because of race, creed, color, sex, age, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, military status,disability or any other trait protected by federal, state, or local law.