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Position TitleJob NumberJob DescriptionPay Scale
Food Service Helper Substitutes-Continuous Recruitment2023-124

Position:      Food Service Helper Substitutes 

Location:     Management Services - Shared Food Service Program (various school districts) 

Schedule:     M-F (days and hours will vary depending on location and need)

Basic Function:

Assists in the preparation and service of food and in the cleaning of kitchen equipment. This is routine manual work performed under immediate supervision in connection with the preparation and service of food. On occasion Food Service Helpers may perform cooking duties involving lesser degrees of skill than regularly required of employees in the classification of Cook.  Does related work as required.

Responsibilities:

1. Sets tables and cleans them after meals.
2. Fills sugar bowls and salt and pepper shakers.
3. Works on the tray lines serving designated portions per menus.
4. Fills food carts and delivers foods to designated areas.
5. Polishes silverware, tables and chairs.
6. Cleans dining rooms and dish and linen closets.
7. Cleans, washes and otherwise prepares vegetables and fruit for cooking.
8. Assists in the preparation of salads and desserts.
9. Helps cooks in any phases of their duties.
10. Washes dishes, pots and pans by hand or machine.
11. Sweeps, mops and cleans kitchen.
12. May act as cashier.
13. Working knowledge of the proper methods of serving food and of the care of tableware, glassware, silver, and kitchen appliances.
14. Ability to follow oral and written directions.
15. Good physical condition.

$15.44 per hour
Food Service Helper (PT/10M)(3 Positions)2023-58A2

Location:     Management Services - Germantown Central School District 

Schedule:     Part-time - hours will vary

Basic Function:

Assists in the preparation and service of food and in the cleaning of kitchen equipment. This is routine manual work performed under immediate supervision in connection with the preparation and service of food. On occasion Food Service Helpers may perform cooking duties involving lesser degrees of skill than regularly required of employees in the classification of Cook.  Does related work as required.

Responsibilities:

1. Sets tables and cleans them after meals.
2. Fills sugar bowls and salt and pepper shakers.
3. Works on the tray lines serving designated portions per menus.
4. Fills food carts and delivers foods to designated areas.
5. Polishes silverware, tables and chairs.
6. Cleans dining rooms and dish and linen closets.
7. Cleans, washes and otherwise prepares vegetables and fruit for cooking.
8. Assists in the preparation of salads and desserts.
9. Helps cooks in any phases of their duties.
10. Washes dishes, pots and pans by hand or machine.
11. Sweeps, mops and cleans kitchen.
12. May act as cashier.
13. Working knowledge of the proper methods of serving food and of the care of tableware, glassware, silver, and kitchen appliances.
14. Ability to follow oral and written directions.
15. Good physical condition.

$17.15 per hour
School Security Officer (.80FTE/10M)-Albany Campus2023-200

Location:      Career & Technical Education - Albany Campus

Schedule:     M-TH 2:30 PM -8:30 PM

Basic Function:

The School Security Officer is responsible for providing daily security for the school building and property and assists in maintaining the safety and security of students, staff, building and grounds.  This position patrols school property and alerts Administration of all safety and security concerns.  The School Security Officer responds to emergencies, intervenes in interpersonal conflicts, and directs students and staff in crisis situations.  The School Security Officer must be self-motivated and able to complete job assignments without direct supervision.  Does related work as required.

Responsibilities:

  1. Patrols and monitors school buildings and grounds to assist in maintaining the safety and security of the students and campus.
  2. Fosters an optimal learning environment and acts as a deterrent to unsafe or poor behavior by providing high visibility throughout the school.
  3. Establishes and maintains good rapport with students, staff and community members.
  4. Assists in smooth traffic flow of students through the hallways, assisting students with on-time arrival to class and to assigned locations.
  5. Maintains the orderly flow of automobile traffic in the parking lot and campus roadways.
  6. Monitors students during lunch hour inside and outside of the building.
  7. Assists in the removal of disruptive students from classes when needed.
  8. Monitors security cameras to oversee the safety and security of students, staff and school assets.
  9. Assists visitors and checks for visitor passes.
  10. Challenges unauthorized visitors and escorts them to exits.
  11. Assists school administration and police in the investigation of illegal activity within the school.
  12. Assists school administration, staff and students during crisis situations, including emergency drills.
  13. Reports and disciplines infractions, unauthorized visitors and acts of vandalism to the Principal.
  14. Notifies the building administration, police and/or appropriate emergency personnel of any emergency, potentially dangerous or unusual situations.
  15. Notifies immediately appropriate personnel of evidence of substance abuse, child abuse, child neglect, severe medical or social conditions, potential suicide or individuals appearing to be under the influence of alcohol and/or controlled substances.
  16. Participates in appropriate in-service and workshop programs.
  17. Compiles information and prepares professional reports.
  18. Promotes student responsibility for behavior and attitude by serving as a role model and dressing and grooming professionally.
  19. Protects confidentiality of records and information and uses discretion when sharing any such information within legal confines.
  20. Establishes and maintains working relationship with state and local emergency responders.
  21. Assists in development and implementation of the school safety plans.
  22. Participates on the school student support team.
  23. Performs any duties and responsibilities that are within the scope of employment, as assigned by their supervisor, and not otherwise prohibited by law or regulation.
  24. Good knowledge of safety in operation of motor vehicle.
  25. Good knowledge of universal hygiene precautions.
  26. Good knowledge of basic first aid and CPR training.
  27. Good oral and written communication skills.
  28. Good understanding of basic operating knowledge of two-way radios.
  29. Ability to work under stressful situations.
  30. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with school staff, students and the public.
  31. Ability to display ethical and professional behavior.
  32. Ability to apply good judgment when dealing with angry, hostile or uncooperative individuals.
  33. Ability to maintain and project professional appearance as it relates to job performance.
  34. Ability to stand and walk for long periods of time.
  35. Ability to work in outside in hot and cold temperatures.
  36. Physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.
$17.29 - $24.13 per hour
Food Service Helper-Troy CSD (FT/10M)2023-201

Location:     Management Services - Troy City School District

Schedule:      M–F / FT hours will vary

Basic Function:

Assists in the preparation and service of food and in the cleaning of kitchen equipment. This is routine manual work performed under immediate supervision in connection with the preparation and service of food. On occasion Food Service Helpers may perform cooking duties involving lesser degrees of skill than regularly required of employees in the classification of Cook.  Does related work as required.

Responsibilities:

1. Sets tables and cleans them after meals.
2. Fills sugar bowls and salt and pepper shakers.
3. Works on the tray lines serving designated portions per menus.
4. Fills food carts and delivers foods to designated areas.
5. Polishes silverware, tables and chairs.
6. Cleans dining rooms and dish and linen closets.
7. Cleans, washes and otherwise prepares vegetables and fruit for cooking.
8. Assists in the preparation of salads and desserts.
9. Helps cooks in any phases of their duties.
10. Washes dishes, pots and pans by hand or machine.
11. Sweeps, mops and cleans kitchen.
12. May act as cashier.
13. Working knowledge of the proper methods of serving food and of the care of tableware, glassware, silver, and kitchen appliances.
14. Ability to follow oral and written directions.
15. Good physical condition.

$17.15 per hour

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activities, employment, and admissions; and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The
following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies: Director of Human Resources,
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