Senior Food Service Aide PT 37. 5 hours/week


Are you passionate about food and customer service? Do you have the skills necessary to prepare great food while training others in the kitchen?

At The Arc Wayne, we are looking for you!!

About us...

At The Arc Wayne we have been serving the developmental and intellectual disabled community and their families in and around Wayne County for the last 55 years since we became an Agency in 1964. Becoming a member of our team offers many rewards, including the ability of developing meaningful relationships with our individuals, using your hard-learned skill sets to teach while participating in a multi-faceted team environment.

We at The Arc Wayne are striving to be the leading provider of innovative, quality supports and services promoting independence, choice, and community integration. We promote excellence at every level through an environment of mutual respect and continued professional and personal development.

About the position...

Our Senior Food Service Aide function is to provide food preparation, customer service, bookkeeping, computer operation, cleaning and stock work, while providing appropriate supervision and training to participants assigned to the Food Service Program.

We prefer that you possess a High School Diploma or GED, and experience in food service is required; we will consider relevant experience in lieu of education; must be able to follow instructions, read and follow written recipes/menus, and maintain records (electronically and/or manually).

You must have the ability to continuously stand/walk/bend, have no lifting restrictions and acceptable results of background checks including criminal history and background check.

Classification: Nonexempt, Part-time Hourly

Hours of Work: Monday through Friday (6:30 a. m. to 2:30 p. m., minus 1/2 hour unpaid lunch)

Location: Key Industries, 150 Van Buren St., Newark, NY 14513

The internal posting period for this position is Monday, November 19, 2018 - Tuesday, November 27, 2018.

The Arc Wayne
https://waynearc. applicantpro. com

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