10.24 - $14.40 per hour in 8 a
One (1) year of experience in quantity food service preparation and food service facility maintenance in a commercial, institutional or school food service facility is required.
High school diploma or equivalent is required. Training, certification or coursework in nutrition, and food safety and sanitation procedures is preferred.
LICENSES, CERTIFICATIONS, BONDING AND/OR TESTING REQUIRED
Successful completion of the District’s basic skills test. Successful completion of the Employee Entrance Evaluation.
After the final filing date, applications will be screened and qualified applicants will be notified of the basic skills test date and time.
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One requirement from each bulleted group MUST be met before your application will be considered.
Proof of HS Graduation (High School Diploma, High School Transcripts or Equivalent (ex: GED))
Resume (Provide clear evidence of required experience)
FIRST CONSIDERATION WILL GO TO CURRENT IN-HOUSE EMPLOYEES, ALL OTHERS WILL BE CONSIDERED AFTERWARDS
***Work year will be adjusted by negotiated furlough days.***
Franklin-McKinley School District
Phone : 916-566-1600 50361
Email : email@example.com
Website : http://www.fmsd.k12.ca.us/
Early history of the Franklin McKinley School District is difficult to find. Although an article by Martha Craig written in the mid 60's indicates that the first school located adjacent to where the fairgrounds are located today was Franklin School. Senora Josephine Narvaez, a mother of 14 children was the original founder of Franklin School. About 1868, she persuaded her father, Don Pedro Chaboya, to give a ½ acre site from the original Spanish land grants of King Charles of Spain for the purpose of building the school. The school was a one room structure, measuring 16 x 20 feet, built at the corner of Monterey and Tully Roads. Two windows furnished the light, and almost every board in the small building was full of knot holes which were conveniently used as peep holes to survey whoever approached the school, and most surely provided much needed ventilation in hot weather. The rough boards had been donated by interested and generous people in the community. A fire sometime in the 1870's burned down the original school, and a second school was quickly constructed, though no description exists of the school.