Pennsylvania: The Environmental Charter School at Frick Park seeks Food Service Director

9 Mar
The Environmental Charter School at Frick Park is seeking a Food Service Director motivated in fostering a school lunch program that provides healthy, locally-sourced meals and snacks to students in a progressive K-8 education setting.

Successful candidates will:
Prioritize health and environment in relationship to food
Have strong collaborative skills and flexibility in approaching tasks
Show interest in promoting a school lunch program that is aligned with school curriculum
Have experience in Farm to Table initiatives
Possess strong organization skills
Exhibit strong creative and critical thinking skills
The Food Service Director maintains all facets of the breakfast and lunch program, including
sourcing, menu development, administration of National School Lunch Program and School Nutrition
Incentive policies and procedures, record keeping, and application of meal reimbursement claims,
strategic planning, collection of lunch money, and management of cafeteria staff.
Salary and benefits package is competitive and dependent on prior experience.
To apply, please send resume, cover letter and 3 references to ecsemployment@gmail.com. ECS is an
equal opportunity employer.

The Environmental Charter School of Pittsburgh (ECS) provides a unique educational experience for students and
teachers by integrating the Pennsylvania Environment, Ecology, Science, and Technology standards within the
Math, Social Studies and Language Arts curriculum. In addition to classroom-based instruction, students engage in
the adjoining Frick Park to explore environmental concepts more deeply and to practice scientific investigation.
ECS develops robust, curriculum-focused partnerships with local organizations that specialize in environmental
education and standards-based programming. Instructional experiences outside of the classroom help to solidify
the content knowledge, and build students’ sense of place in the Pittsburgh region. Currently, ECS serves 380
students in grades kindergarten through fifth grade from 11 different districts in Allegheny County.
More information is available at www.environmentalcharterschool.org.

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