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Our organization strives to provide a safe, healthy and sanitary environment where at-risk children 5-18 come for tutoring in a weekly program Monday-Thursdays and mentoring on Wednesday evenings and weekends. For this reason, we are in need of several janitorial staff persons to assist in different shifts throughout each day: 9am-1pm, 1pm-5pm, 5pm-9pm
Each day laundry, restroom and kitchen sanitation, sweeping, mopping, taking out trash, setting up and tearing down of tables and chairs, and supply/equipment inventory must be done to maintain our facility for use of the tutoring and mentoring programs. Our facility consists of a multi-purpose central auditorium, administrative office, executive office, 2 classrooms, and equipment/supply room.
If you possess these skills, and work well around children and families please come to our organization to apply. Applications are accepted on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:30am along with an Orientation, Video, and Interview to follow from 12noon-2pm, same day.
Our organization is in need of Maintenance staff to fill time slots for daily operations during conventional office hours 9am-5pm, as well as some evenings 6pm-9pm and other weekend mentoring activities on Saturdays and Sundays.
Our organization is located at 3780 N First Street, at First & Dakota in a spacious business complex. Our facility houses a multi-purpose auditorium, Executive office, Administrative office, 2 additional offices, a full service kitchen utilized for daily meal program for kids in the tutoring program, 2 restrooms with laundry, and a storage/equipment and supply room. There is a dire need for consistent maintenance staff to fill the scheduled hours of our facilities use, so that we can serve our children and youth and their families in a safe, sanitary, and healthy environment.
Daily we operate our administrative offices to conduct business, marketing, fundraising and human resources. Our auditorium and kitchen is utilized Daily for our tutoring program for children and on several weekday evenings for adult and youth mentoring programs. Our facility is utilized on weekends for youth mentoring events and family functions. WEEKEND STAFF ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION.
Applications are accepted Tuesdsays and Thursdays at 10:30am. Orientation and Interviews will be done immediately after application completed. There is a video presentation and then the interview so count on being here approximately 2-hours.
Our organization is in need of kitchen staff for our daily After School Tutoring Program. The program is held Monday thru Thursday each week, 3-5, however our kitchen staff hours will be 1pm-5pm, in order to clean kitchen, if needed, and prepare food bar, needs list for next day and all other of the following duties as needed.
Duties and Responsibilities of Kitchen Staff
They perform all the tasks in the kitchen as well as serving food to student participants during the daily After School Tutoring Program
They are the ones responsible for the hygiene of the kitchen and they have to clean so the kitchen remains clean before the surprise inspections
They will take the temperature of the hot food that will be delivered daily, and record temperature upon delivery and then again upon time to serve in the daily meal program
They have to remove the required ingredients from the pantry and have to display side dishes in advance
They have to keep a daily record of number of meals served in the first round, any second meals, and totals
They have to store excess food away in the refrigerator, after the meal has been served
They have to report to the Project Coordinator for After School Program and communicate any concerns or issues, paper good needs (plates, forks, cups, napkins, foil, plastic bags, dish soap, etc).
They have to train any new members of the kitchen staff regarding the work culture of the kitchen
They have to clean all the equipment that is used in the kitchen
They must work together with maintenance staff to make sure that trash is disposed of and spills are mopped up.
The kitchen staff is handed responsibilities by the Project Coordinator and Executive Director. They have to report to these two authorities in the kitchen. They have take up whatever job is given to them. Many times, there are shortages of other staff like servers so the kitchen staff have fill in for the absentees.
Applications are accepted on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:30am. Orientation and Interviews are on the same day so expect to stay for 2 hours when applying.