Duration: June 20th – August 26th,
Mandatory Training: June 17th Training, 5pm at IYS 115 Main Street
Time: 3-4 hours per day @ min. wage for 10 weeks
- To set up lunch sites in accordance with USDA regulations.
- To arrive at lunch site on time and stay until scheduled to leave.
- To keep track of the number of lunches given each day as they are handed out, using the daily meal count forms.
- To turn the daily meal count forms each day to the Program Coordinator.
- To daily bring coolers back to food preparation site and clean.
- To comply with all federal, state, and local guidelines.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Desire to serve youth.
- Reliable Transportation
- Ability to lift 50 lbs.
- Respect the authority of peers and superiors.
- Attention to detail.
- Ability and experience of providing leadership, inspiration and modeling positive social and moral values to youth being served.
- Good problem-solving skills and ability to work independently with a minimum of supervision.
- Food Handler’s card
- Ability to establish relationships of trust with youth, staff, community, and state personnel.
- Ability to accept supervision and respond to tasks outside areas of job description.