cacfp career opportunties
Baltimore, MD - The Office of School & Community Nutrition Programs (OSCNP) at the Maryland State Department of Education is excited to announce a new position within our Professional Development & Technical Assistance team. The position will focus on supporting centers and family providers participating in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP). Do you have experience working in a child care center setting, preferably in a management or supervisory capacity? We are looking for candidates who have experience operating CACFP and providing training and technical assistance to child care providers. If you are interested in the position, please apply here:
The Nevada Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Division is seeking an Administrator in Sparks, Nevada.
This position serves under the direction of the Deputy Director and is responsible for the leadership, strategic planning, management, and budget of the Food and Nutrition Division. The incumbent will develop and manage division budgets, manage staff, manage statutory changes, collaborate with US Department of Agriculture (USDA) and other groups, develop division goals and objectives and establish strategic plans, manage public meeting presentations, and present to stakeholder groups including the state legislature. The successful candidate for this position must have proven budget and management skills and experience in the development of effective partnerships and working relationships with all stakeholder groups including non-profit groups, local, state and federal government representatives.
Community Bridges in Aptos, California is looking for a Bilingual English/Spanish Program Consultant
Description: Under the general supervision of the Program Director, provides technical, educational, interpretive, advocacy, and office support in all functions of the Child and Adult Care Food Program; performs related work as required.
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Child Care Resources, Inc. is looking for a Compliance Specialist. The Compliance Specialist is responsible for facilitating the federal food program (CACFP) in qualified centers and after school programs to ensure meals are provided in accordance with state and federal regulations. Responsibilities include training center staff on program requirements and best practices, providing support and technical assistance, as well as creating actionable improvement plans when centers are out of compliance.
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Want to make a lasting impact on food and nutrition? Community Bridges is hiring a Program Director for our Child and Adult Care Food Program. 40 hr/wk, exempt position; to apply please visit http://communitybridges.org/employment/ or contact Sergio Velazquez at (831)688-8840 x200.
The Food & Nutrition Specialist is accountable for the administration, implementation and overall management of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Child Care Food Program (CCFP), and Head Start & Early Head Start Nutrition Content area in ChildCareGroup Centers. This position is responsible for the management and accountability of one government contract and meeting all requirements as stated within the contract. This position trains and monitors staff in child care centers to ensure compliance with CACFP, Child Care Licensing (CCL) and Head Start and Early Head Start standards. The Food & Nutrition Specialist provides CACFP leadership as required in areas of record-keeping, menu design, purchasing of food and supplies for centers, submitting monthly claims and monitoring the budget. This position performs under the general direction of the Director of Quality Assurance and the Health/Inclusion Manager with extreme demand for independent judgment.
CACFP Food and Nutrition Specialist Application
We are a Christian facility located in Harrisburg, PA in the Colonial Park area looking for a new cook. We serve breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack to 110 children during the school year and 145 during the summer months. We need a cook that can follow CACFP recipes as we make everything from scratch. We are absolutely spoiled by the cook we have now so there are some big shoes to be filled. We also require clearances, mandated reporter training, health assessment and TB test. Will be required to obtain Manager’s level ServSafe Certification at our expense. Please email your resume to Sbrubacher@xpointumc.org and we will contact you for an interview.
SHARE Head Start Program is currently seeking a Nutrition Specialist for Anderson and Oconee counties in South Carolina. Summary: Plans, implements, supervises and evaluates an effective nutrition services program in accordance with all OHS guidelines. Ensures that all aspects of the nutrition program and menus meet CACFP requirements and all Federal and State standards. Collaborates with other community agencies and nutrition professionals on behalf of children and families. Supervises and evaluates nutrition staff, (cooks). Learn more.
The Institute of Child Nutrition has a job opportunity for a Research Scientist in its Applied Research Division, located at the University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Join the dynamic research team that puts the foundations under the training developed and delivered by ICN.
This position is responsible for developing, planning, and implementing designated research protocols and activities associated with the statement of work identified in the annual subcontract agreement. Check out these details: provides leadership in coordinating activities related to designated research protocols; travels as needed; provides leadership when serving as project coordinator for studies/activities involving other professionals employed to fulfill the ARD statement of work, as appropriate; demonstrates knowledge of federally funded child nutrition programs and supporting regulations; demonstrates current knowledge in research methodologies; works independently to fulfill designated ARD responsibilities and collaborates with ARD researchers on protocols/activities, as appropriate. Learn more.
The Policy Director is responsible for leading NFSN’s policy advocacy work. NFSN serves as a national voice for the farm to school movement and a leading resource on national, state and local policies that impact farm to school and farm to ECE. The Policy Director leads development and implementation of the organizational policy priorities to influence federal administrative, rulemaking and legislative actions, and oversees the annual report of state level policies supportive of farm to school and ECE. The Policy Director cultivates and maintains relationships with policymakers and partner organizations, directs and facilitates NFSN’s Policy Group, and educates and mobilizes NFSN Core Partners and stakeholders around key policy issues. This position will be based in Washington, DC, reporting to the Executive Director of NFSN. Projected Start Date: February 27, 2017.