Iowa Department of Administrative Services Food Service Worker in Glenwood, Iowa

Food Service Worker



Food Service Worker


$26,416.00 - $37,419.20 Annually


Glenwood - 51534 - Mills County, IA

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411 Dept of Human Services - Glenwood Resource Center

Job Number



12/17/2018 11:59 PM Central

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Patricia Austin

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Job Description

The Dept of Human Services - Glenwood Resource Center is looking to fill a Food Service Worker position to assist the state.

Schedule: 6:30am - 5:00pm; 8:30am - 5:00pm Works every 3rd weekend

Dish room: Pre-rinse equipment before loading dish machine, utilizing garbage disposals and place equipment in dish machine according to established procedures for dish machine operation. Remove clean equipment from dish machine; place on racks to air dry, deliver dry, clean equipment to the proper storage area Nourishment Center: Check Bulletin Board in nourishment center for general and/or special information. Check Infirmary for admits and dismissals -- change labels if necessary. Assemble groceries necessary to make nourishments - i.e.: get refrigerated, frozen and shelf-stable items.

Fill nourishments according to labels, using separate packing boxes for each delivery location according to posted list. Restock food items according to posted list. Keep area clean as assigned. Tray line service: Operate equipment, i.e.: steamers, steam tables, blenders, meat slicer, etc. to assist in preparation of menu items. Visually determine that products are of a standard quality. Read tally and bulk food chart to determine number of portions needed; be able to add, subtract, multiply, divide to ensure the proper number of portions is prepared; identify correct serving utensil needed for each food item. Read tray line ticket or production sheet and serve/portion food onto trays, bulk or predip individual dishes; with the correct food item and correct serving size on to individual trays, using repetitive motion.

General Cleaning: Get cleaning equipment and cleaning chemicals, accurately measure chemical concentration. Clean areas as assigned. Use appropriate cleaner, then rinse and sanitize using bleach water or other appropriate sanitizer. Sweep, wet mop floors. Place soiled laundry in laundry bag and remove trash to outside trash container. Other duties as assigned: Train client trainees, following programs, and documenting training provided and resulting outcomes. Perform as a mentor to individuals in the work environment. Provide feedback to individuals on job performance. Provide training in the acquisition of new job skills. Model socialization in the work environment. Enhance social integration and acceptance of individuals in the workplace. Provide feedback and work closely with job coaches and other IDT members to facilitate successful transition to the workplace and job-retention.

Minimum Qualification Requirements

No specific education or experience requirements.

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411 Dept of Human Services - Glenwood Resource Center


711 S Vine StGlenwood, Iowa, 51534