Nutritional Aide

The Nutritional Aide reports to the Director of Nutritional Services and will serve attractive, nutritious meals in an atmosphere of efficiency, cleanliness and warmth.

1    RESPONSIBLE TO MAINTAIN KITCHEN OPERATIONS by:

  • Maintaining serving stations and kitchen prep areas
  • Utilizing a team approach
  • Reporting problems and concerns to Supervisor
  • Cleaning and sanitizing in a safe manner
  • Maintaining stockrooms and rotating stock
  • Following kitchen procedures. 

2.   RESPONSIBLE FOR PREPARATION OF FOOD by:

  • Preparing food according to menu and standard recipes
  • Making production adjustments
  • Presenting food in a manner that enhances final product
  • Determine finished product is the best quality
  • Verifying portion sizes

3. RESPONSIBLE TO SERVE STUDENTS AND STAFF by:

  • Maintaining serving line
  • Maintaining daily tracking
  • Submitting information in a timely manner
  • Serving proper portion sizes
  • Interacting with a positive manner demeanor

4.  RESPONSIBLE TO PREPARE REPORTS FOR SUPERVISOR by:

  • Maintaining accurate daily production records
  • Maintaining accurate monthly inventory reports
  • Submitting information and required reports in a timely manner

5.  DEMONSTRATE ABILITY TO MAINTAIN PROFESSIONAL WORK ENVIRONMENT by:

  • Use of effective communication and support of Supervisor
  • Maintains cooperative and respectful interactions with Food Service staff
  • Maintains strict confidentiality regarding security, reports, plans, programs, etc.
  • Participation in Professional Development provided by LFDCS
  • Maintains current knowledge of new developments in procedures, techniques, nutrition, equipment and supplies
  • Performing other responsibilities related to school nutrition, health and wellness, as necessary
  • Handling crises appropriately

Experience/Qualifications:

  • Demonstrates knowledge of the methods and procedures involved in the preparing and serving of meals in a cafeteria
  • Demonstrates the ability to follow oral and written directives
  • Demonstrates interpersonal skills 
  • Possess ability to do heavy lifting (not to exceed 50 lbs.)
  • Valid driver's license