Lunch Truck Driver Job Description Sample
Transportation- Driver -Sat And Sun 7:30A-5:00Pm With Lunch Hour
While this position specifies responsibilities, requirements and duties in certain operational areas, this person is an employee at will of Independent Living Services, Inc. and will be expected to respond to such requests not specifically contained herein. This person must maintain the attitude that he/she works for the total organization, and as such, exhibit proper cooperation, enthusiasm and interest in all areas deemed necessary for the continuing success of ILS programs. Knowledge of the ILS Policy and Personnel Manuals is required.
This person will provide necessary transportation services for people who receive services from ILS. This position works directly under the supervision of ILS Apartment Manager.
JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
General duties and guiding principles:
Focus first on the person being served, and understand that my role in direct supports will require flexibility, creativity, and commitment.
Know and respect the values of the people I support and facilitate their expression of choices related to those values.
Provide advocacy when the individual's preferences, needs, or talents are neglected or overlooked.
Encourage growth and recognize the autonomy of the individuals receiving services while also being attentive reducing their risk of harm
Develop relationships with the individuals I support that are respectful, based on mutual trust, and that maintains professional boundaries.
Address challenging behaviors proactively and respectfully, using methods outlined in the ILS Employee Handbook, and follow any behavior management plans in effect for specific individuals.
Help individuals I support understand and express their rights and responsibilities.
Recognize that each individual I provide services has potential for lifelong learning and growth.
Assist the individuals I support to understand their options and the possible consequences of their options as they relate to their physical and emotional health and well being.
Be conscious of my own values and how they influence my professional decisions.
Maintain competency in my profession through continued learning and attending and being an active participant in staff meetings and trainings.
Assume responsibility and accountability for my actions and decisions.
Recognize the importance of modeling valued behaviors to co-workers, individuals receiving services, and the community at large.
Practice responsible work habits.
Being on time for work.
Completing all necessary documentation to assure compliance with all state and federal regulations. These may include, but are not limited to: daily data sheets and clinic notes, attendance logs, time records, incident reports, behavior reports, accident reports, seizure reports, etc.
Maintaining strict confidentiality for all consumer information, and facility operations.
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1.To provide individuals with necessary transportation for purposes of attending work, school, medical appointments, grocery and/or personal shopping, bill paying, banking, recreation/leisure activities, etc.;
2.To operate vehicle(s) in a safe manner through use of defensive driving skills, use of seat belts, observation of all traffic laws, and maintain proper control of passengers without being rude;
3.To complete required paperwork for the operation of the vehicle(s) such as ATA reports, ILS maintenance checklist, accident/incident reports;
4.To attend staff meetings and in-service training provided by ILS and/or other training activities as needed or required;
5.To provide/assist with van maintenance of all vehicles by keeping van(s) clean, filled with gasoline/oil, reporting any problems to the Manager or Program Director and arranging for repair;
6.To be familiar with all ILS/CL emergency procedures, especially those that are related to operating a vehicle;
7.To assist supervisor in developing bus routes in the most expedient and economical manner;
8.To be a "role model" for individuals served by ILS and a representative of Independent Living Services, Inc.
High School Education or equivalent
Maintain a current negative Health Card or chest x-ray (TB skin test).
Must be able to operate a vehicle and demonstrate safe driving skills;
Seven years driving experience and possess a valid AR/Other state driver's license in good standing;
Possess a good driving record for the last three years;
Must be insurable as an ILS driver through ILS insurance;
Have proof of current personal vehicle liability insurance;
Ability to observe and record data to fill out reports;
Ability to communicate clearly with staff and consumers through use of telephone and/or other verbal means;
Ability to follow necessary procedures in case of emergency situation(s);
Ability to lift a minimum of 40 pounds.
Drivers must have no health conditions that would compromise the safety of the passengers in their care while operating the vehicle. A driver will need a current health examination in their personnel file.
Drug testing will be part of the health exam with no cost to the employee. This will need to be completed annually. A driver must have vision of 20/40 corrected, normal hearing in both ears and be free of any medical conditions that could endanger the safety of the passengers (such as blood pressure problems, diabetes, epilepsy, etc.).
See Employee Handbook Section 201 201A. Benefits eligibility is based on category classification and hours worked per week.
NOTE: Part-time employees working less than 30 hours weekly do not qualify for benefits.
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South Gate Home Local Truck Driver | Home Every Day Truck Driver
CALIFORNIA ONLY: ALL LOADS ORIGINATE IN SOUTH GATE
VERY LOCAL TRUCK DRIVING JOB
Our Southgate office is hiring drivers with at least 2 years of tractor trailer experience to run local, no-touch freight loads. Drivers are home each day and can pick a schedule. There are several to choose from. Drivers run 3-5 local runs each day and then go home. Drivers are working a 55 hour week and average $1000 per week.
Average annual earnings projected at $49,000-$52,000
Currently offering a $1,000 sign on!
Home daily; weekly time off
Consistent, hassle-free delivery
Year round, steady loads
Benefit options and a company-matched 401k plan
Move freight locally, operating within 100 miles of our South Gate location.
We have a comprehensive benefits package, featuring single or family coverage at some of the industry's most affordable premiums; medical, dental, vision, prescription, life and much more -- plus 401k retirement with company matched contributions.
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Summer Lunch Program Recreation Assistant
The Summer Lunch Program Recreation Assistant position is a part-time position. Under the direction and supervision of the Adult Recreation Supervisor, this position is responsible for leading outdoor recreation activities during the summer lunch program.
Experience: Individuals must be a minimum of 16 years of age and have worked with children.
Education: Actively in High School or High School Diploma required.
Must exhibit high energy, enthusiasm, creativity and patience.
Certifications: CPR, First Aid and AED certification is required or a willingness to obtain within 4 weeks of hiring.
Competencies: Reliable, friendly, self-motivated and know how to manage children of all ages.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Plan and lead activities at the summer lunch program and engage in participation when necessary.
Assist Summer Lunch Manager with setup and cleanup procedures associated with event.
Provide a safe and enjoyable event environment for all participants.
Maintain cleanliness of event location.
Provide first-aid as necessary.
Familiarize oneself with program outlines and follow program duties as assigned.
Be flexible and adjust activity plans when necessary.
Attend all required staff trainings and workshops.
Ability to remain calm and troubleshoot during program.
Provide feedback to supervisor for program recap reports.
Communicate effectively with your supervisor, teammates and all program participants and parents
Perform all other work as assigned
Recreation Aide I- Playground Pals & Lunch Program
The Recreation Aide I is responsible for assisting with the day camp program and will work at one of three elementary schools within the North Thurston Public School District. These part-time positions will work 21 hours per week June 25 through August 17, with additional hours for program planning/setup and staff training.
This program is offered in conjunction with the Summer Lunch Program. Children ages 2 to 12 can come for lunch and then stay for Playground Pals (children under 6 must be accompanied by an adult). On site staff provide structured play and craft activities, along with special guests and events.
This is a continuous recruitment and applications will be reviewed on an as-needed basis. Interviews will begin in March and continue until all positions are filled. The Hiring Manager reserves the right to make a hiring decision at any time. It is in your best interest to apply as soon as possible.
The information contained in this announcement is subject to change without notice.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
The Recreation Aide I will provide stimulating activities in a safe, positive, fun and challenging environment for children ages 6-12 years. This position will plan, deliver, and evaluate age-appropriate activities to assigned groups of children under the direction of the Site Coordinator and will work independently and as a team player.
Previous experience working with children ages 6-12 in a school, camp, or recreational setting, or any combination of education and experiences which would provide the applicant with the desired skills, knowledge, and ability required to perform the job.
Minimum of 16 years of age.
Must pass a background investigation.
Valid First Aid and CPR certifications or the ability to obtain before the program begins.
Valid Food Handler's certification or the ability to obtain before the program begins.
Verification of identity and United States work authorization must be complete as required by the Immigration Reform and Control Act.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Knowledge of various sports, games, arts and crafts, and cooperative group activities.
Lunch Care Assistant
Do you like creatively working with kids? Is a team environment where you thrive?
Our elementary students learn to think critically, question each other, learn from mistakes and discover individual passions for their future ahead. At Stratford Schools we look to our lunch and extended day teachers to be leaders in and outside the classroom and to guide our students in a nurturing and learning environment.
A little about us
Stratford School is an independent private school founded on the belief that education is a significant influence in the life of a child. Our mission is to create a school community that inspires children to realize their full potential, while providing a safe and nurturing school environment.
To support our mission, we bring together principals, teachers, and parents who are passionate about education. Stratford offers a balanced and unparalleled curriculum from preschool through eighth grade with an emphasis in the areas of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) that incorporates music, physical education, foreign language, and social skills development. Our goal is to prepare students to become creative problem solvers, innovators, and confident, compassionate leaders. Together, we provide the best possible learning environment for our students to achieve outstanding results.
A little about you
You are a positive, motivated, and energetic person who enjoys working as part of a team. You bring creativity to all that you do. Listening and being patient is second nature to you and encouraging others is your strength.
A typical day
You are responsible for carrying out all the duties necessary for the day-to-day elementary lunch operations. Supervise students in indoor and outdoor play, crafts, and snacks. Working in a highly energized setting while maintaining a safe and educational learning environment is a must.
Being a strong communicator and having an abundance of patience is the key to success for our lunch and extended day professionals.
This is a part time position working Monday - Friday 11 AM - 1:15 PM
We are currently accepting applications for a Lunch Aide at Ingels Elementary. This position has a start date of August 16, 2017. If interested please complete and submit an application in Applitrack..
If any questions please contact Karina at (816) 316- 7217
All persons recommended for employment must pay for ($44.80) and pass an extensive background check through the Division of Family Services, the Missouri Highway Patrol, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
The Hickman Mills C-1 School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:
Associate Superintendent of Human Resources, 9000 Old Santa Fe Road, Kansas City, MO 64138 816-316-7000. For further information on notice of non-discrimination, visit http://wdcrobcolp01.ed.gov/CFAPPS/OCR/contactus.cfm for the address and phone number of the office that serves your area, or call 1-800-421-3481.
Med/Surg Lunch Relief Resource Pool Nurse
Riverside Community Hospital founded in 1901 is a 478 licensed bed, full-service acute care hospital in the heart of the Inland Empire. RCH has been recognized as a Top Performing Hospital and has invested in a new campus expansion project that includes a new 7 story patient tower, 3 story medical office building, and a recently completed 5 level state of the art parking garage. With over 500 physicians on staff, representing over 200 specialties and over 1,900 employees, Riverside Community Hospital is an Inland Empire leader in providing advanced, comprehensive health care to the Inland region. RCH houses the largest Emergency Room and Trauma Center in the Inland Empire at 50 beds with an average wait time of only 15 minutes. RCH is one of Riverside County's only STEMI receiving centers and is a fully accredited Chest Pain Center. Centers of Excellence include the HeartCare Institute, offering invasive and non-invasive cardiac procedures, Center of Excellence for Surgical Weight Loss, the Transplant Program and a Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
Mission: Committed to providing compassionate care and improving the overall health of our community.
Vision: Leading with innovation. Serving with compassion.
The Meal Relief Registered Nurse servicing the Medical/Surgical units, as a professional practitioner, assumes responsibility and accountability for the application of the nursing process and the delivery of patient care while he/she is relieving other licensed nurses during break/meal periods. According to the established standards of nursing practice and standards of care, he/she demonstrates an ability to make clinical nursing judgement in an efficient and effective manner. He/She demonstrates critical thinking and performance ability in the coordination of patient care and consistently performs according to the standards of the profession. The Registered Nurse is responsible for the delivery of skilled, high quality patient care; for assisting in planning, organizing, implementing and evaluating nursing practice and collaborating with members of the healthcare team.
- This is an 8 hour day, rotating weekends schedule.
Valid California RN license.
Current BCLS certification.
National RN Certification preferred.
- Graduate from an accredited school of nursing.
- Minimum of one year acute care hospital experience in area of specialty preferred
Competencies are reflected by valid California RN license and are validated during preceptor/orientation process.
Satellite Cashier/Manager - School Lunch Program
This position is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the school cafeteria with general directions. Under the supervision of the School Lunch Director, the Satellite Cashier/Manager is responsible for preparation of foods, supervises, instructs and assists the kitchen aides. Responsible for maintaining high standard of quality food production, portion control, general supervision of kitchen staff, orders/receives food and supplies, records all student meal account transactions and maintaining required records. The Satellite Cashier/Manager is responsible for overall sanitation and safety in the kitchen and establishing good relations with other kitchen, school staff.
Examples of Job Duties:
Prepare food production schedule or follows those provided by supervisor
Cooks a variety of food following a standardized recipe and methods preparation
Schedules food preparation so that items such as vegetables and other cooked foods are prepared in small bathes continuously throughout the serving period
Estimates food requirements and controls serving portions, eliminating waste and leftovers
Apportions food in accordance with yield specified in standardized recipes
Instructs and supervises kitchen workers involved in food preparation
Checks equipment and cooking areas often to make sure safety and sanitation requirements are maintained.
Reports necessary repair and maintenance needs to the School Lunch Director
Follows menu provided, making changes only with the consent of the supervisor
Operates NutriKids point of sale terminal during lunch and accurately identifies reimbursable meals
Accurately charges meals to student accounts
Maintain accurate records of meals served and deposits made
Receive deposits and accurately credit to accounts
Maintain accurate records of cash, deposits and debits
Requisitions good supplies for daily needs
May place routine weekly orders, as for milk and bread
Clean and maintain utensils necessary to prepare meals
See that district policies are observed at all times
Other duties as assigned related to food service
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Knowledge of principles, tools and techniques of food service supervision.
Knowledge of general principles of modification of recipes, preparation of foods.
Knowledge of inventory control procedures, storing of food items and supplies.
Knowledge of the practices, methods and procedures of volume food preparations; characteristics and nutrition; food handling, sanitation and safety precautions.
Ability to lift/unload food and supplies up to 30 pounds
Ability to operate kitchen equipment safely
Good communications skills and the ability to follow verbal and written instructions
Maintain a neat personal appearance and good hygiene
Working Environment & Equipment Used: The job's functions requires the following physical demands: occasional lifting (30 pounds maximum), carrying, pushing and/or pulling; some climbing; some stooping, kneeling, crouching and/or crawling; and significant reaching, handling, speaking, writing, hearing, and fine finger dexterity; frequent standing, walking, and sitting, and lifting up to 30 pounds. High volume of work and strict adherence to workload may be stressful.
High School Diploma or GED
Experience handling cash
Ability to possess a Qualified Food Operator Certificate
Must have working knowledge of basic math applications and computation skills
RATE OF PAY:
$ 17.71 per hour/ 5..5 hours per day
Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM with 1/2 hour lunch
Truck Driver - Team Pick Your Own Freight Owner-Operator Truck Driver - Owner-Operator
Team Pick Your Own Freight Owner-Operator Truck Driver | $16,000 Lease-on Incentive per Team-161296
This Team Pick Your Own Freight owner-operator truck driver business opportunity features 65% of the Line Haul Revenue and 100% of the Fuel Surcharge, 95% no-touch freight, and flexible scheduling options. Get great weekly miles for your business as you travel the country with a friend! Schneider gives you the support your business needs from a team who is invested in your success.
Eligible CDL Drivers
Experienced truck drivers interested in leasing or purchasing a truck
Compensation & Cost Savings for Trucks
Owner-operator team drivers are eligible for:
Up to $235,000 per year
$8,000 lease-on incentive per driver
65% of the Line Haul Revenue
100% of the Fuel surcharge
95% no touch freight
Access to free in-cab communications device and usage
Free trailer usage
Access to Schneider facilities with free and safe parking, free showers, free laundry facilities and cafeteria services.
Lease purchase options available
- Valid Class A CDL
- Minimum 12 months Class A driving experience
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Sign On Bonus 8000
Lunch Monitors needed for various Elementary Schools in the District.
Department: School-based Job Title: Elementary Lunch Attendant/Monitor FLSA Status:
(Exempt/Non-exempt) Non-Exempt; Non-AlignedReports to: Principal / Assistant Principal with consultation from Food & Nutrition Services Department Lead Food Service Worker general description (1-3 lines describing role): The position provides supervision and assistance to students during school-based lunch time. Responsible for maintaining order during lunch and recess activities and providing support to Lead Food Service Worker. Responsible for monitoring student behavior during meal time and assisting with the cleanliness of the cafeteria, recycling, and the flow of meal service.
Experience with supervision of students
Ability to handle a multitude of varying and complex issues
Effective oral and written communication skills
Understanding of federal, state, and local lunch program regulations and knowledge of meal pattern requirements
Knowledge of proper food safety and sanitation procedures for food service
Mature ability to use judgement and be dependable
Basic computer skills
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES (not limited to):
Work up to 2.5 hours each day, up to 4 days per week
Supervise classes of 20+ students in grades K-5 and maintain order of class while at lunch and recess
Manage safety and oversight of students during meal service
Assist with set up, replenishment, and clean up of food buffet lines
Assist with placing and organizing child lunch cards and ringing them through the point of sale computer system
Communicate with students, school staff, and lead food service worker in a positive and professional manner utilizing appropriate customer service and interpersonal skills
Support health and safety of students: Assist with the cleanliness of the cafeteria: check the dining room for cleaned tables, chairs, and overall environment. Ensure students are seated at the correct allergen table
Circulate throughout the cafeteria or in areas where meals are served to assist students. Encourage good table manners
Walk students from classrooms to cafeteria and outdoor recess space . Supervise students outside at recess in all seasons (temperature above 20°F)
Be aware of and comply with school rules and procedures. Participate in school training sessions, meetings, and scheduled cleaning days as requested
Other duties as assigned
Work Environment & PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Work Environment:
School cafeteria/building based.
Must be able to lift 50 lbs. and stand for extended periods of time. May need to assist with student safety needs.
Date Updated: 06/22/17
Newton Public Schools is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Newton Public Schools ensures equal employment opportunities regardless of race, creed, sex, color, national origin, religion, age, sexual orientation, disability, or any other class as protected by law. The Newton Public Schools places a high value on diversity and active recruitment of qualified minority teachers and staff. Any individual needing assistance in making application for any opening should contact the district human resources office.
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