Website Children's Hunger Alliance
Support the agency-sponsored USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) Afterschool and Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) site operations for the state.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Assist with annual site application process and food order launch for regional afterschool and summer partner sites each year.
2. Assist with coordinating annual site training on CACFP and SFSP regulations, agency procedures, and software use.
3. Oversee the afterschool and summer monitoring review process including the number and type of visits performed per site each year.
a. Ensure department staff are compliant with monitoring regulations and performing and documenting monitoring reviews to federal, state, and agency compliance standards.
b. Provide support and guidance to department staff for out-of-compliance sites, including technical assistance, re-training, corrective action, and closure of review.
c. Assist in conducting monitoring visits as necessary.
4. Oversee the food order suspension process statewide for sites in non-compliance.
5. Oversee compliance for site data entry in conjunction with regional Specialists.
6. Assist regional Specialists with reviewing and adjusting site food orders based on daily student participation.
7. Monitor/oversee food waste and on-site food inventory, working directly with regional Specialists and the Data, Quality and Compliance team to keep food waste to a minimum.
8. Coordinate with the Data, Quality and Compliance team and others to provide a seamless afterschool and summer food service program related to partner site performance.
9. Provide other statewide cross-team operational support on an as-needed basis.
10. Other duties as assigned.
A. Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition, Dietetics, Community/Public Health, Community Development, Communication Sciences, Youth Development or equivalent
B. Minimum of one year of project management experience
C. Knowledge and experience with USDA CACFP and SFSP preferred
D. Knowledge and experience with afterschool or summer programming
E. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite
F. Organizational skills and time management skills
G. Exceptional attention to detail
H. Ability to manage multiple projects and competing priorities; adjust to changing needs
I. Exceptional communication skills: oral, written and presentation skills
J. Ability to work with diverse individuals and groups
K. Interpersonal skills, especially relationship building, influencing skills, customer focus, and leading/motivational skills
L. Ability to work with remote team
M. Creative problem-solving skills
N. Unflappable, resilient, passionate, dynamic, and positive
Job Working Condition:
Typical office environment
Moderate travel locally and statewide
It is the policy of the Children’s Hunger Alliance to ensure equal employment opportunity in accordance with the Ohio Revised Code 125.11 and all applicable federal regulations and guidelines. Employment discrimination against employees and applicants due to race, color, religion, sex (including sexual harassment), national origin, disability, age (40 years old or more), military status, or veteran status is illegal.
“Children’s Hunger Alliance requires new employees to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 as defined by the CDC, subject to applicable, verified accommodation requests.”
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