Middlebury Food Service Coordinator

Middlebury Food Service Coordinator

  • Part Time
  • Middlebury
  • This position has been filled

Website Boys & Girls Clubs of Elkhart County

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We currently have an opening for a Food Service Coordinator in Middlebury.

• Part-Time Hours of less than 30 hours per week

• Competitive Wages

• Earn Holiday Pay and Paid Time Off with NO waiting Period

• Opportunity to participate in a retirement fund with employer match

• No enrollment fee into a Club or KidsCare program for qualifying dependents

• Employee Educational Scholarships

• Career Advancement Opportunities


• High School diploma or GED.

• Experience in a food-related context, such as food service, food preparation, and food  distribution.

• Reliable transportation, safe driving record, driver license, and automobile insurance required.

• High energy, enthusiastic personality, and dependability a must.

• A team player who works well with others and be willing to help where needed.

• Pre-employment drug screening, reference checks, pre-employment and annual criminal  background check (as required by BGCA policy) and driver’s record checks.


Oversee and participate in the daily execution of the snack and meal program.

• Inspire, guide, and support members.

• Provide fun, beneficial, and imaginative cultural programs which are within the scope of Boys &  Girls Club programming.

• Assure that bright, fun, and attractive signs and posters fill the walls of the program area and  are always current and are changed regularly.

• Provide a culture where members respect and seek advice from staff regarding problems in or  outside of the Club.

• Create an on-going message in all programs and interactions that members need to make  appropriate choices about their educational, personal, physical, and emotional needs.

• Assure that members are held accountable for their behavior.

• Continually model and teach character, morals, and ethics.

• Build positive relationships with parents of members.

• Perform administrative tasks, such as filling out reports, forms, etc., as assigned.