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Food Service Training Specialist

Posted: December 9, 2023 Expired: February 27, 2024
High School 1 Year

We are LAUSD. We are at the forefront of innovation in public education,

focused on a clear and inspiring vision of the future for all of our students

as they venture forward on their journey as lifelong learners. Here, you

will have the opportunity to exercise your potential in a role supporting

the business of education. Our work directly contributes toward the goal

of ensuring that our students graduate ready for the world – ready to
thrive in college, career and life.

LAUSD is the second largest school district in the nation with an

enrollment of nearly 575,000 students. We serve an area totaling 710

square miles, with over 1,190 schools and educational centers, and we

employ over 74,000 individuals, making us one of the largest employers

in our city.

Benefits Insurance: Paid premiums for your choice of several medical, dental,

vision, and life insurance plans.

Retirement: Membership in the California Public Employee Retirement

System (CalPERS).

Vacation: Two weeks of paid vacation to start. Three weeks after five

years of year-round paid service.

Paid Holidays: Up to 13 days.

Job Duties/Responsibilities Food Service Training Specialists are responsible for training Food

Service Managers and staff in new and reorganized programs, functions,

and procedures. Some typical duties that are performed by Food Service

Training Specialist include: Developing and reviewing work schedules

and production standards; Ordering and storing foods and supplies; and

preparing financial, labor, and other food services reports.

Minimum Requirements EDUCATION: Graduation from high school or evidence of equivalent

proficiency at the high school level. Completion of 30 semester or

equivalent quarter units from a recognized college or university is


EXPERIENCE: Two years of supervisory or managerial experience. The

experience must include one year of experience providing group training,

identifying training needs, and developing and implementing training


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: A valid California driver license and the

availability of private transportation or the ability to utilize an alternative

method of transportation.

A valid Food Protection Manager Certificate from an American National

Standards (ANSI) accredited organization.

Desirable Qualifications The individuals we anticipate selecting to fill these positions will be

technical experts with solid experience developing and conducting formal

training courses. Specifically, these individuals will possess the following:

In-depth knowledge of running an effective large-volume food services

operation; Knowledge of food handling, safety, and sanitation standards

and techniques in accordance with the Hazardous Analysis Critical

Control Point (HACCP) principles; Ability to communicate effectively with

school administrators, cafeteria employees, food services supervisors,

andthe general public; Proficiency with technology and computer

applications; Strong organizational skills.

Employment Selection Process The Food Service Training Specialist selection process may tentatively

consist of a computerized multiple-choice assessment. Candidates who

successfully pass the multiple-choice assessment and meet the

minimum education and experience requirements will be invited to a

technical interview.

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Email us at [email protected]

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The Los Angeles Unified School District intends that all qualified persons

shall have equal opportunities for employment and promotion.

Reasonable accommodations in completing an application and testing

are available to individuals with disabilities. Please call (213) 241-3455

for more information.

Additional Posting Information The Los Angeles Unified School District is committed to providing a

working and learning environment free from discrimination, harassment,

intimidation, abusive conduct, or bullying. The District prohibits

discrimination, harassment, intimidation, abusive conduct or bullying

based on actual or perceived race or ethnicity, gender/sex (including

gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, childbirth,

breastfeeding/lactation status and related medical conditions), sexual

orientation, religion, color, national origin (including language use

restrictions and possession of a driver’s license issued under Vehicle
Code), ancestry, immigration status, physical or mental disability

(including clinical depression and bipolar disorder, HIV/AIDS, hepatitis,

epilepsy, seizure disorder, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, and heart

disease), medical condition (cancer related and genetic characteristics),

military and veteran status, marital status, registered domestic partner

status, age (40 and above), genetic information, political belief or

affiliation (unless union related), a person's association with a person or

group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics, or

any other basis protected by federal, state or local law, ordinance, or

regulation in any program or activity it conducts or to which it provides

significant assistance.

For inquiries or complaints contact our Equal Opportunity Section, (213)


Selection and promotion are based on a competitive employment

assessment process. Candidates who pass all parts of the assessment

process are placed on a hiring (eligibility) list based on their assessment

score. Hiring departments may make job offers to candidates on the top

three ranks of the hiring list. Eligibility typically lasts for 12 months. The

hiring list resulting from this assessment process may be used to fill open

positions in related job classifications.

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