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KFF: Food Service Technician for Forrest City & Marion
KFF: Food Service Technician

KIDS FOR THE FUTURE

FOOD SERVICE TECHNICIAN

JOB DESCRIPTION

 JOB SUMMARY:

Prepares meals for children using menu developed by company Nutritionist.  Orders and purchases food efficiently and cost effectively.

CORE COMPETENCIES:

  1. Effective Communication
  2. Effective team work
  3. Effective in food preparation

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  1. Prepares breakfast snacks and afternoon snacks daily. Delivers food to each treatment rooms at designated times.
  2. Transfers prepared lunches to plates and/or trays and delivers them to each treatment room at designated times.
  3. Ensures serving sizes meet USDA guidelines.
  4. Cleans lunch containers, if applicable, and transports them back to the food vendor when picking up the next days lunch.
  5. Washes all dishes and/or utensils used during food preparation.
  6. Keeps kitchen including microwave, refrigerator, countertops, and tables, neat and clean.
  7. Cleans and defrosts milk box every two weeks, when applicable.
  8. Keeps accurate temperature logs on refrigerators and freezers in kitchen or break room daily.
  9. Ensures that employee food items are not in the refrigerator used to refrigerate patient food. Employee food must be kept in the break room refrigerator only.
  10. Places orders with designated vendor, if applicable, and stocks order when received.
  11. Labels any and all food items with date received before stocking.
  12. Keeps inventory of all stocked items.
  13. Delivers weekly menus to each treatment room.
  14. Posts weekly menu on parent board.
  15. Takes daily lunch counts from classrooms.
  16. Cleans vent-a-hood
  17. Takes out the trash.
  18. Sweeps, sanitizes, and mops kitchen floors.
  19. Wears hair net when food is being prepared and ensures that all staff entering food prep area is also wearing a hair net.
  20. Wears gloves at all times when handling food.
  21. Reports for work dressed appropriately and complies with established company policies regarding dress code.
  22. Wears closed toe shoes while working.
  23. Complete required monthly food program documentation.
  24. Ensures confidentiality of patient and employee information and responds to inside and outside information according to clinic policy.
  25. May perform other related and non-related duties, as assigned and agreed upon by both parties.
  26. Regular and punctual attendance is required.
  27. Has the ability to work required overtime. 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. A minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent.
  2. Prefer at least one year’s experience in food preparation. 

ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS:

  1. Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds.
  2. Must be physically able to walk, stand, and stoop for several hours each day.

SUPERVISORY RELATIONSHIPS:  None

SUPERVISOR:  Food Service Supervisor/Clinic Director

JOB STATUS:  This position is a full-time, hourly, non-exempt position.  This is a safety sensitive position.