Location of positions: DoDEA School Cafeterias, Fort Stewart, GA.Learn more about this agency
Employee will be on a non-pay status approximately 10 weeks during the summer, Spring Break, Thanksgiving and Christmas Holidays.
Must be able to work between the hours of 6AM - 3:30PM.
For Regular Full Time positions 40 hours per week are guaranteed.
The Area of Consideration for this vacancy announcement is local (Fort Stewart, Hunter Army Airfield and the surrounding areas).
- Works under the direction of the Supervisory Food Services Specialist, who provides general instructions, standard procedures, and policies, and relies on the incumbent to control work operations and accomplish an adequate quality of work.
- Serves as a working supervisor in a Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) cafeteria kitchen exercising full supervisory responsibility over work operations.
- Applies knowledge and skill in planning and implementing a comprehensive food service program that follows the policies and procedures of the USDA Child and Adult Care Program (CACFP).
- Follows standard recipes and menus IAW USDA CACFP and Army policies i.e.. portion sizes, meal patterns, and ?seconds? requirements.
- The occupation and non-supervisory grade level which best reflects the nature of the overall work operation supervised is Cook, NA-7404-08.
- Plans use of workers, equipment, facilities, and materials on a week-to-week or month-to-month basis. Participates in the initial planning of current and future work schedules, budget requests, staffing needs and estimates
- Establishes deadlines, priorities, work sequences, and plans work assignments based on general work schedules, methods and policies set by supervisor.
- Assigns work/tasks to individuals, and explains work requirements, methods and procedures, and provides instructions in new procedures. Investigates and determines causes for work related problems such as excessive costs or low productivity
- Implements corrective actions to resolve work problems; and recommends solutions to staffing problems. Inspects completed work for quality and production.
- Plans and establishes overall leave schedule. Determines training needs and is responsible for training new employees. Sets performance standards and makes formal appraisals of subordinate work performance.
- Initiates recommendations for promotion or reassignment of subordinates and also may recommend disciplinary actions. Investigates grievances and complaints, resolves them informally and notifies supervisors of those of a serious nature.
- Ensures safety and sanitation procedures and practices are observed. Maintains work reports and records. Performs other duties as assigned.
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