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School Way Cafe’ Assistant (VCPS)

Job Description


High School diploma, G.E.D. or demonstrate ability to read and write at a functional level by successful completion of Volusia County Schools Level 1 skills assessment 

Successful completion of the following course during the first year of employment: Foundations, an Introduction to Volusia School Way Café and ServSafe Essentials certification 

Satellite Delivery Only – Possess a valid Florida or state-issued Driver’s License, if not, agree to acquire a Florida Driver’s License within thirty days of employment, except in a case where accommodation is required 


Ability to work harmoniously with students and adults and to provide friendly service 

Ability to work efficiently and effectively at a fast pace 

Ability to perform math skills necessary for preparation of recipes (for example, measurement, ratio and proportion, multiplication, division, addition, subtraction and counting ability necessary for inventory and reporting) Ability to work in a high heat/humidity environment; ability to work in cool/ cold areas for short periods of time Ability to work and communicate in a noisy environment 

Ability to learn to operate food service equipment and machinery and use appropriate chemicals safely Ability to follow instructions and skill in performance of routine duties involving preparation, cleanup, serving of food and record keeping Communication skills needed for reading and understanding labels and cordial interaction with students and adults REPORTS TO Manager, School Way Cafe.

Performance Responsibilities

1. *Wash, peel, and prepare fruits and vegetables for salads and cooking; clean and prepare meat items; prepare coffee, tea, and other beverages; make salads, sandwiches, entrées, vegetables, side dishes, and soups as assigned, maintaining proper sanitation records. 

2. *Prepare and bake bread, rolls, cookies, cakes, and desserts as assigned, maintaining proper sanitation records. 3. *Set up trays, steam tables, and food carts; serve food on cafeteria line, including set up for special luncheons and dinners. 4. *Scrape trays, wash dishes, pots, and pans; empty refuse, clean kitchen floor area and dining room tables, clean stoves, ovens, 

steam table, food carts, windows, doors, walls, fans, filters, bathrooms, refrigerators and other equipment; help maintain clean storage area and stored food in proper condition. 

5. *Maintain equipment in proper and sanitary working condition. 

6. *Check in and put away stock items in storeroom, coolers, and freezers, maintaining proper inventory and sanitation records. 7. *Correctly operate kitchen equipment, abiding by safety rules and standards. 

8. *Work as part of a team without close supervision. 

9. *Operate computerized cash register and complete related bookkeeping tasks as assigned. 

10. *Operate kitchen equipment in a proper and safe manner. 

11. *Use basic math skills necessary for preparation and adaptation of recipes and reporting systems. 12. *Use effective positive interpersonal communication, maintaining composure under stress.

13. *Work as a member of a team to insure that standards of performance are maintained, the objectives of the program are achieved, and the goals of the district are met. 

14. *Wear designated uniform and appropriate shoes. 

15. *Perform various duties by climbing, stairs and/ or ramps.  16. Perform other related duties as assigned by the district office, Manager – School Way Cafe or designee.

ADA Codes

Physical Requirements (physical conditions of a position)  

A. Medium Work – Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10  pounds of force constantly to move objects.  

Physical Activity (physical activities of a position)  

A. Sitting – Resting with the body supported by the buttocks or thighs.  

B. Standing – Assuming an upright position on the feet particularly for sustained periods of time.  

C. Walking – Moving about on foot to accomplish tasks, particularly for long distances.  

D. Climbing – Ascending or descending ladders, stairs, scaffolding, ramps, poles, etc. Using feet and legs and/or hands and  arms.  

E. Bending – Lowering the body forward from the waist.  

F. Stooping – Bending body downward and forward by bending spine at the waist through the use of the lower extremities and  back muscles.  

G. Kneeling -Bending legs at knee to come to a rest on knee or knees.  

H. Crouching – Bending the body downward and forward by bending leg and spine.  

I. Twisting – Moving body from the waist using a turning motion.  

J. Reaching – Extending hand(s) and arm(s) in any direction.  

K. Pushing – Using upper extremities to press against something with steady force in order to thrust forward, downward or  outward exerting up to 50 pounds of force.  

L. Pulling -Using upper extremities to drag, haul or tug objects in a sustained motion exerting up to 50 pounds of force.  M. Lifting – Raising objects from a lower to a higher position or moving objects horizontally from position to position through the  use of the upper extremities and back muscles exerting up to 50 pounds of force.  

N. Finger Dexterity – Picking, pinching, typing or otherwise working primarily with fingers rather than with the whole hand or arm.  O. Grasping – Applying pressure to an object with the fingers and palm.  

P. Feeling – Perceiving attributes of objects, such as size, shape, temperature or texture by touching with the skin, particularly  that of fingertips.  

Q. Repetitive Motions – Substantial and continuous movements of the wrists, hands, and/or fingers.  

R. Talking – Expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word. Those activities in which detailed or important  spoken instructions must be conveyed accurately, loudly or quickly.  

S. Hearing Acuity – The ability to perceive speech and other environmental sounds at normal loudness levels.  T. Visual Acuity – The power to see at a level which allows reading of numbers and text, operation of equipment, inspection of  machines, etc.  

Working Conditions (conditions the worker will be subject in a position)  

Indoors & Outdoors – The worker is subject to both environmental conditions. Activities occur inside and outside. There is  protection from weather conditions but not necessarily from temperature changes. And there is no effective protection from  weather conditions such as wind, moisture, sunlight, extreme temperature changes, etc.  

A. Heat – The worker is subject to extreme heat. Temperatures are above 100 degrees for periods of more than one hour.
B. Noise – The worker is subject to noise. There is sufficient noise to cause the worker to shout in order to be heard above the ambient noise level.  
C. Hazards – The worker is subject to hazards. This includes a variety of physical conditions, such as proximity to moving mechanical parts, electrical current, working on scaffolding and high places, and exposure to high heat or chemicals. 

Ocean Center Facility Monitor

Job Description

Facility Monitors are part of the Ocean Center Event Staff, reporting directly to the Manager on Duty or Event Supervisor. Facility Monitors are responsible for monitoring a specific set of doors or area during an event. Facility Monitors are the first contact with the guests and represent the Ocean Center. The impression you make can set the tone for the patron’s entire experience while here. 

Responsibilities / Duties

• Customer service and greeting guests. Must have the ability to assist patrons with questions and understand where or who to refer them. Must be able to stand and/or pace for 4 hours or more. Breaks are available for longer shifts. Occasionally you may be asked to stay longer than your scheduled shift or the shift may be cut shorter than your scheduled time. 

• Proactively enforce building/event policies. 

• Keep an alert and observant attitude, pleasant personality, polite and courteous behavior. 

• Monitor the crowd and advise the Manager on Duty or Event Supervisor of special needs or problems as they arise. 

• Have a familiarity with the building and location of important areas to your position. 

• Have the knowledge to use the hand radio in a professional manner. 

Dress code: Blue shirt and tie provided by the Ocean Center, black pants/slacks, black belt, and black shoes. No fanny packs, backpacks, purses, or bags of any type while on duty.

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