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Dietitian - Crosby ISD
Posting Closing Date:
Crosby ISD Child Nutrition
$64,609 starting (commensurate with years of experience)
Responsibilities / Duties:
The specific responsibilities of the Child Nutrition Dietitian are as follows:
1. Works with the Child Nutrition Director to establish department Policy and Procedure to ensure all nutritional areas of department are functioning within local, state, and federal regulations.
2. Responsible for use of CN software to develop and maintain standardized recipes, menu, inventory and food production record data base.
3. Administers food production records for all campus menus including updates, reviews, training, and records.
4. Responsible for all training regarding nutritional area (production record, menu, serving, etc).
5. Responsible for menu development utilizing bid pricing, DoD, and commodity availability including pre-costing menus.
6. Maintains food allergy records including yearly updates, software document uploads, and working with district nurses to ensure proper student health needs are met.
7. Trains and monitors Child Nutrition manager implementation of special diets
8. Request, test and evaluate all food products to be considered for purchase including maintaining sample freezer inventory and evaluation data.
9. Organizes student and staff taste tests as needed compiling data and presenting information to administration for selection of new items.
10. Responsible for the marketing of menus and program including promotional posters, announcements, website updates, and all Child Nutrition social media.
11. Serves on the district Student Health Advisory Council
12. Assists with the preparation of food bids and specifications as needed
13. Collects, maintains and analyzes all food labels (CN, PIS, and PFS) electronic and paper files annually.
14. Responsible for Child Nutrition USDA direct/processed commodities. Including but not limited to: assisting with yearly commodity contract, product selections, usage calculation, ordering, tracking commodity usage, receiving products, and verifying monthly commodity receipts through distributor and warehouse.
15. Manages all vendor food promotions and rebate opportunities including velocity reports, label collection, submission paperwork, and tracking rebate payment.
16. Participates with vendors to acquire information on new products including requesting samples, scheduling meetings, and giving feedback that is in the best interest of the department.
17. Develops and maintains relationships with vendors to facilitate delivery schedules and aid as back-up person for all ordering procedures.
18. Develop, update, and distribute monthly Ordering/Events calendar.
19. Works with parents, faculty, staff and student groups to promote understanding of Child Nutrition programs.
20. Works with CN Field Supervisor to ensure menus, recipes, and inventory requests comply with the equipment and staffing limitations.
21. Works with CN Financial Assistant to ensure menus, recipes, and inventory requests comply with the budget and purchase order limitations.
1. Demonstrates effective interpersonal skills through communications with parents, staff and school district employees.
2. Maintains professional education standards as required by USDA.
3. Promotes a positive image that supports the mission of the district; works with all Child Nutrition personnel to continually improve the professionalism of the total department
4. Responds to after-hours emergencies as needed.
5. Performs such other duties as may be assigned including but not limited to cashiering, serving, and inventory receiving.
Mental Demands/Physical Demands/Environmental Factors:
Standing, Brisk walking, pulling and pushing
Lifting and carrying up to 40 pounds
Stooping, bending and kneeling
Maintain emotional control under stress
Frequent interruptions with deadline driven workload
Frequent district-wide travel with occasional travel outside of school boundaries
Occasional prolonged and irregular hours
Occasional exposure to extreme heat and cold due to cafeteria equipment
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Contact Phone Number:
281 328-9200 x 1250
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