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Site Supervisor

Company Name:
Food From The Hart Corporation
Title: Site Supervisor
Status: FTE 30 Hrs Wk/ Seasonal
Direct Supervisor : Site Monitor
Food From The Hart (FFTH), is a Nonprofit Organization our goal is to assure that kid ages 18 and under have access to nutritious meals during the summer months. When school is not in session, FFTH provides meals at various designated sites in the Kansas City area.
Qualifications :
Experience: (Applicant must have the following)
HS degree required. College degree is a plus.
Ability to meet deadlines and demonstrated leadership skills to complete projects are required.
Detail-oriented and the demonstrated ability to performance in a fast paced work environment are required.
Demonstrated commitment to supporting the Food Banks mission and the commitment to social justice are required.
The ability to work with diverse groups of people is required.
Microsoft Suite skills (e.g., Excel, Word, etc.) are required.
High degree of organization is required.
A valid and current drivers license with limited or no accidents or tickets is required.
Experience with the Summer Food Service Program and/or US Department of Agriculture Nutrition Programs is desired.
Demonstrated initiative and ability to perform with little supervision.
Must have outstanding interpersonal skills and excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Excellent driving record as extensive travel throughout the Kansas City area is required.
Supervision experience greatly preferred.
Personal: The ability to interact with co-workers and the public in a positive, professional manner. The ability to work with people of diverse backgrounds and circumstances.
Summary:
Site Supervisor is responsible for receiving, distributing, storing and accounting for meals at a designated site, and seeing that all program rules and regulations are followed. Position includes interacting with children (up to 18 years of age) and site clean-up. Supervises Summer Food Program Site Assistants/Volunteers.
Definition of Responsibilities
1. Attend the training session(s) provided by FFTH.
2. Record and document accurate activity daily.
3. Maintain required paperwork.
4. Supervise and coordinate kids during serving times.
5. Count the number of meals delivered and check food on delivery for proper temperatures.
6. Responsible for verifying delivery of food, maintaining proper storage and properly served.
7. Pre-setup before service times and clean up after meals.
8. Ensure safe and sanitary conditions at the site
9. Implement alternate food service arrangements during inclement weather
10. Display in a prominent place a nondiscrimination information
11. Provide/display program material provided by sponsor available to the public upon request.
Working Conditions:
Will require a criminal history information check. Conviction of a crime will not automatically preclude employment. The circumstances involved in the conviction(s) will be considered.
Must have reliable transportation.
The following equipment is used: institutional kitchen equipment (ovens, grill, and sanitizer, etc), motor vehicles, and telephone.
Must be able to lift 50 pounds and stand 8 hours a day five (5) days a week on hard surface. Able to walk, sit, stand, bend, squat, climb, kneel, and twist on an intermittent or sometimes continuous basis.
Work with minimum supervision and work involves a high degree of independence. May be required to make independent decisions that may involve unique or unusual situations and/or complex issues and dealing with demanding requests and/or timelines.
Regular and punctual attendance is essential functions of this position.
This position has access to confidential and private information. It is essential that confidentiality and privacy be observed.

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