The Food Service Worker is responsible for the preparation of the healthy food program, including preparing and serving food to patrons at Fair Oaks Adult Activity Center. With assistance from the Site Director this position is responsible for coordinating and supervising any available Title V trainees and volunteers.
Established in 1950, Peninsula Family Service is a leading multi-service agency in Silicon Valley, serving over 12,000 children, families, and older adults each year and builds on their strengths to help them gain skills for success. Our mission at Peninsula Family Service is to strengthen the community by providing children, families and older adults with the support and tools to realize their full potential and lead healthy, stable lives. We envision a community where opportunity, financial stability, and wellness are secured for all. Peninsula Family Service offers a fantastic work environment, a collaborative team dedicated to fulfilling our mission, and an amazing array of benefits. Join our team and help make a difference!
Means of Transportation
Food Preparation skills
Knowledge of nutrion and healthy foods
Meal planning with emphasis on serving healthy food
Food safety awareness
Ability to communicate verbally
Compile monthly clinical accounts receivable records.
Put General Ledger income on computer monthly.
Record donor appeal and other donations.
Record nutrition and transportation fees daily.
Check and distribute W-2s.
Update leave book and time sheets.
Computer and office equipment knowledge.
Other job-related duties as requested by supervisor.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Maintain a welcoming, gracious and professional manner at all times
Spice up our community appetite with a delicious healthy brunch on Mondays, and share your healthy and nutritious breakfast ideas by creating and planning monthly menus and shopping list for healthy breakfast & Brunch program.
Prepare the food for healthy breakfast & Brunch with assistance of Title V and Volunteers when they are available.
Receive deliveries of hot food from caterer, Peninsula Volunteers, recording: time delivered, temperatures of food, verifying numbers of meals delivered and measurements of pans
Train, orient and supervise Title V and volunteer staff
Inventory supplies needed, complete and submit supply form in a timely manner
Ensure participants are registered in the meal program before serving food
Ensure that the following duties are completed each day in accordance to servsafe regulations:
Clean all kitchen counters.
Sweep and Mop Floors (kitchen area)
Clean up floor in Dining Room if there is a spill (maintain a safe area)
Ensure dates on milk cartons and all food is safe (servsafe)
Drain water in the steam table at the completion of the meal
Serve meals to the participants
Clean dining room tables at the completion of the meal
Wash dishes and all utensils (servsafe)
Clean coffee makers
Maintain clean refrigerators and organized kitchen
Record refrigerators temp daily (servsafe)
Submit meal counts to supervisor by the 15th of each month
Create menu and coordinate with Associate Director/Site Director regarding all special events
Communicate with Peninsula Volunteers via email for food related issues such as: shortage of overage in food delivery, soiled food or other food related issues
Occasional outreach in the Community in order to increase participation at the center
Attend required staff meetings and in-service trainings
Other duties assigned by supervisor
Associate Director of Older Adult Services
Fair Oaks Older Adult Activity Center, Redwood City
Obtain fingerprint clearance before first day of employment, and maintain
Verification to legally work in the US upon hire and updated, if required
Obtain Food Safety Certificate within the first three months of hire
Current California Driver’s License and car to shop for supplies
Prior to first day of employment, verification of a negative TB test and maintain verification as required