Overview

Job Location:
Administration or As Assigned

Position Type:

Substitute Job Families

Date Posted:

2020-10-09-07:00

Location:Administration or As Assigned

INTRODUCTION: CONTEXT AND MISSION

The Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) serves approximately 37,000 students in 100+ schools. Over the past several years, the Greater Cleveland community has united behind the collective goal of ensuring every child in Cleveland attends a high-quality school and every neighborhood has a multitude of great schools from which families can choose. The Cleveland Plan defines CMSD’s approach to the reinvention of public education and holds our community accountable for the success of Cleveland’s schoolchildren. The Cleveland Plan is supported by Ohio House Bill 525, which provides much-needed flexibility and autonomy for the district and its schools. Our schools have autonomy over human and financial resources in exchange for accountability for

performance. The principal has primary responsibility and accountability for establishing his or her school as a high-quality, high-expectations academic center with a focus on personalized instruction, professional support for teachers, and school-wide practices that lead to measurable results.

The Cleveland Metropolitan School District has developed standards of excellence that the district applies to all parts of the organization inclusive of schools, principals, school leadership teams, networks, and central office. Alignment between Standards of Excellence (SoE) and the district’s Theory of Action helps ensure that principals are able to focus on scholar achievement and that central office supports are timely and effective.

Our Vision for Learning in a Post-Pandemic World:

In our pursuit of a more fair, just, and good system of education, we want each of our learners, both each of our scholars and each of their educators, to be individually and collectively presented with academically / intellectually complex tasks that are worthy of their productive struggle and allow them authentic opportunities to demonstrate their work and their learning of academic content and transferable skills in a joyful and adventurous environment.

THE OPPORTUNITY:

 

Reports To: Assistant Lunchroom Manager
Pay rate/Salary: $ 9.30
Union: Non-union

INTRODUCTION: CONTEXT AND MISSION

The Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) serves approximately 37,000 students in 100+ schools. Over the past several years, the Greater Cleveland community has united behind the collective goal of ensuring every child in Cleveland attends a high-quality school and every neighborhood has a multitude of great schools from which families can choose. The Cleveland Plan defines CMSD’s approach to the reinvention of public education and holds our community accountable for the success of Cleveland’s schoolchildren.
The Cleveland Plan is supported by Ohio House Bill 525, which provides much-needed flexibility and autonomy for the district and its schools. Our schools have autonomy over human and financial resources in exchange for accountability for performance. The Principal has primary responsibility and accountability for establishing his or her school as a high-quality, high-expectations academic center with a focus on personalized instruction, professional support for teachers, and school-wide practices that lead to measurable results.

The Cleveland Metropolitan School District has developed standards of excellence that the district applies to all parts of the organization inclusive of schools, principals, school leadership teams, networks, and central office. Alignment between Standards of Excellence (SoE) and the district’s Theory of Action helps ensure that principals are able to focus on scholar achievement and that central office supports are timely and effective.

Our Vision for Learning in a Post-Pandemic World:

In our pursuit of a more fair, just, and good system of education, we want each of our learners, both each of our scholars and each of their educators, to be individually and collectively presented with academically / intellectually complex tasks that are worthy of their productive struggle and allow them authentic opportunities to demonstrate their work and their learning of academic content and transferable skills in a joyful and adventurous environment.

Pay rate: $8.80hr

Function:

Under the direction of the Assistant Manager, the General Prep assists with operational duties such as helping to clean and maintain equipment and other kitchen areas.  Primary responsibility to prepare and serve the food, assist with the storage and removal of food and supplies from freezers or storage areas.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Receive instructions from the Director, Area Food Supervisor and Assistant/Acting Lunchroom Manager.
  • Maintain food serving areas, food storage areas (dry and refrigerated), food, equipment, small wares and other supplies in a clean, safe, economical and orderly fashion at all times.
  • Assist with setting up the serving lines and serving meals to students in an expedient and friendly manner.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of computer applications including Microsoft Word and Outlook
  • Perform assigned tasks as instructed by the Assistant/Acting Manager to meet the required time schedules in a progressive preparation and serving mode.
  • Perform prepping and serving of food items daily to comply with progressive serving schedules in a manner meeting all operational standards for School Nutrition which adheres to all federal, state, city laws and district policies and regulations for health and safety compliance.
  • Perform related duties as required, or any other duties which may assist in the overall operation of the cafeteria.

Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or GED / Min. 5 year’s work experience in School Nutrition/Food Service in lieu of High School diploma/GED, required
  • Understanding of Workday software
  • Experience working in Food Service preferred
  • Experience working with children
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Requires punctuality, good attendance, and work record at previous employment

Working Conditions/Physical Demands

  • Must be able to frequently lift up to 35 pounds
  • Must be able to stand and walk for extended periods of time
  • Must be able to climb and balance, kneel, stoop and bend
  • Must be able to reach with hands and arms
  • Requires visual acuity and ability to hear to clearly communicate with managers, coworkers, and guests
  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is exposed to a normal school environment

Education

To Apply

Please submit your resume and application using Workday, our online human capital management system.  Please note that an offer of employment will be subject to the successful completion of an FBI/BCI background check and drug screen.

EEO Statement

We believe that equity and inclusion at CMSD is an essential call to action, a catalyst to ensure value and appreciation among all our employees, so we may be fair and welcoming now and in the future.  CMSD provides equal opportunities for employment, retention and advancement of all personnel by administering all terms and conditions of employment regardless of race, color, ethnicity, ancestry, national origin, sex, disability or genetic information, age, citizenship status, military status, sexual orientation or expression, socio-economic status, title, other dimensions of identity, or any other characteristic protected by law.

The District’s Policy Prohibiting Discrimination, Discriminatory Harassment, and Sexual Harassment and the District’s Title IX grievance procedures, including information on how to report or file a complaint of discrimination, how to report or file a formal complaint of sexual harassment, and how the District will respond, may be accessed on the District’s Civil Rights Notices webpage, available at ClevelandMetroSchools.org/domain/105. The District’s Title IX Coordinator / Director of Equal Employment Opportunity may be reached at:

1111 Superior Avenue East, Suite 1800

Cleveland, Ohio 44114

(216)-838-0070

[email protected]