Part-Time Middle School Cook

We are looking for someone to work part-time in the kitchen at a local Middle School in Kalamazoo.  If you are interested in this great opportunity please email your resume to  Pay: $11.10/hr This position works in the kitchen (St. Monica’s) of a preschool to eighth-grade school preparing and serving lunch to students.Performance Responsibilities 

  1. Demonstrates the character qualities of enthusiasm, integrity, punctuality, and flexibility.
  2. Demonstrates courtesy to parents, students, and school staff.
  3. Promotes participation in the school lunch program.
  4. Shows support of the lunch program rules through a positive attitude and positive communication.
  5. Maintains confidentiality of all information related to families, students, and staff.
  6. Obtains current certification of CPR/First Aid training.
  7. Completes a VIRTUS training session and maintains monthly compliance requirements.
  8. Effectively applies knowledge of methods, procedures, and equipment used for lunch preparation.
  9. Upholds all state health and safety regulations to ensure the quality and safety of all food served.
  10. Maintains high standards of sanitation and personal cleanliness at all times.
  11. Reports service equipment needs to site supervisor immediately.
  12. Uphold all regulations and guidelines of state and federal child nutrition programs to prepare, serve, and process high-quality lunches in a timely manner.
  13. Work with standardized recipes and calculate recipe requirements to prepare and serve food with minimal waste.
  14. Accurately and efficiently fill out required records for the lunch program such as daily reports and daily production reports, such as milk and stock inventories.
  15. Make effective use of work time.
  16. Participate in daily kitchen cleaning and uphold all health and safety regulations.
  17. Perform other duties as assigned by Site Supervisor or Cafeteria Director.

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