Supervisory Aide I - Elementary Meal Program Lunch Aide
Food Services Administration
Other - Position - Non-Certified
The Supervisory Aide I works under the supervision of the Food Service Manager or Central Kitchen Food Service Worker serving meals to students at the assigned school. Supervisory Aides I also set up and clean up the serving lines and cafeteria tables as well as assist with the meal accountability based on the guidelines set by USDA, PA Department of Education, PA Department of Agriculture, Allegheny Health Department and Food Service
Salary Range: $8.88 per hour
Monday - Friday
Daily Hours: Minimum: 3 hours ; Maximum: 4 hours
- High school diploma or G.E.D.
- Must be able to read and comprehend written and oral instructions as well as perform moderate computer function
-Strong oral and written communication and moderate computer skills required.
-Must complete the ServSafe certification class and take the exam within 90 days of employment.
-Must acquire a Health Appraisal/TB Test in addition to clearances prior to beginning work: PA State Police Criminal History Check, PA Child Abuse History Clearance, and Federal Criminal History Report (FBI) .
-Value, demonstrate, and promote diversity, equity, and inclusion.
City of Pittsburgh Residency Required
Essential Job Functions
Sets up the serving lines and lunch tables according to the school?s line system procedures.
2. Accounts for students and the number of meals served by using a ?clicker? or by marking the students off on the rosters at the ?point of service?.
3. Tally?s the daily meal counts on the clickers or designated document and gives the totals to the Food Service Manager or Central Kitchen Food Service Worker.
4. Reports any discipline problems to the Food Service Manager or Central Kitchen Food Service Worker.
5. Directs students in the disposal of trash after meal periods.
6. Replenishes can liners when needed.
7. Cleans all tables and chair surfaces as well as minor spills and large items that fall on the floor before, during and after meal periods.
Additional Job Information
Standing: Supervisory Aides III are required to stand approximately 15 to 25% of the day on flat surfaces. Periods of continual standing can be up to 15 minutes at one time, but are at the Food Service Managers discretion. Food Service Managers are able to change positions as desired. Standing is performed intermittently with sitting and walking.
2. Walking: Supervisory Aides III are required to walk approximately 25 to 35% of the workday. Continual walking is typically performed for periods of up to 15 minutes at one time. Food Service Managers are able to change positions as necessary. Food Service Managers walk throughout the school during the day as needed (from parking lots, during monthly fire drills, etc.). Walking is performed intermittently with standing and sitting.
3. Sitting: Supervisory Aides III are able to sit in high-backed, padded, swivel chairs approximately 40 to 60% of the workday. The amount of continual sitting is at the discretion of the Food Service Manager. Sitting is performed intermittently with walking and standing.
4. Lifting: The lifting requirements of the Supervisory Aide III are minimal. They are required to lift a 30-pound box of paper on an occasional (11-33%) basis and office supplies weighing less than 10 pounds on a frequent basis (34-67%). Lifting is performed primarily from floor to shoulder level.
Department: Food Service
Job Title: Supervisory Aide I - Elementary Meal Program Lunch Aide
(10 Months) - Part Time Miscellaneous
5. Carrying: The above listed items weighing less than 10 pounds are carried on a frequent basis (34-67%) throughout the day over distances approximately 1 to 25 feet at one time. The typical carrying requirements of this position do not exceed 10 pounds.
6. Pushing/Pulling: Supervisory Aides III are required to push and pull file cabinet and desk drawers on an occasional basis (11-33%) throughout the course of the workday. These drawers move in and out with approximately 4 to 8 pounds of force. In this regard, pushing and pulling can be expected to be performed approximately zero to 15 times per hour.
7. Climbing: No significant amount of climbing is required.
8. Balancing: No significant amount of balancing is required.
9. Stooping (Bending at Waist): No significant amount of stooping is required of this position.
10. Kneeling: Kneeling is not required of this position.
11. Crouching (Bending at Knees and Waist): Supervisory Aides III are required to crouch on an occasional basis (11-33%) during the workday to pick up items from the floor and secure items stored at or below knee level. In this regard, crouching can be expected to be performed approximately zero to 30 times per hour.
12. Crawling: No significant amount of crawling is required.
13. Twisting/Turning: No significant amount of twisting or turning is required of this position. Food Service Managers can pivot, utilizing both lower appendages, in order to turn while standing or walking. Twisting of the lumbar and cervical spine is eliminated while sitting by providing a swivel chair.
14. Reaching: Supervisory Aides III are required to reach on a frequent basis (34-67%) throughout the day while performing typical job functions. Reaching is primarily performed between the knee and shoulder levels. Rarely, (1-10%), overhead reaching is required to secure items stored above head level. Reaching between knee and shoulder levels may be performed unilaterally with either upper appendage on an occasional (11-33%) basis.
15. Handling/Dexterity: Fine manipulation is a requirement of this position while operating the computer. Supervisory Aides III must also possess legible handwriting, which can be understood by both employees and management. A light gross grasp is required to handle office equipment and supplies.
Hazards: None observed.
1. Inside: 100% Outside: 0%
2. Extreme Cold: Coolers/Freezer
Extreme Heat: Ovens
3. Extreme Humidity: N/A
Extreme Dryness: N/A
4. Extreme Noise: N/A
Extreme Quiet: N/A
5. Dust: N/A
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