• Renton School District                                                    May 25, 2022

Job Title:  Nutrition Services Site Manager

Location:  Renton School District

Base Salary $98,604

Link for job posting via our website as well as where applicants can apply at:





Auburn School District                                                            June 6. 2022

is looking for a  CNS Coordinator.   Job posting is attached.  Applicants should apply through the Auburn School District Website https://www.applitrack.com/auburnsd/onlineapp/


Base Salary $96,491


Position Summary:
Under the direction of the Child Nutrition Executive Director, this position’s responsibilities are to assist
in monitoring, coordinating and implementing the Child Nutrition Services Program for the school
district ensuring compliance with all USDA, federal and state policies, regulations, and procedures as
well as ASD School Board policies and procedures.
Essential Functions:
• Create and conduct on the job training and orientation for Kitchen Managers and Assistant
• Participate in establishing and implementing departmental procedures
• Instruct staff in proper procedures
• Assist with scheduling and staffing coordination for kitchens and office staff
• Oversee food preparation as assigned
• Directly supervise Elementary School Kitchen Managers
• Assure that kitchens meet health department, OSPI, and USDA regulations
• Open kitchens and respond to off-hours emergencies when needed
• Assist with catering, food and supply ordering, and special events
• Direct staff in online ordering, inventory control and use of USDA Commodity foods
• Assist in evaluating school site food service programs for efficiency of operation, sanitation and
safety, equipment needs, time management, accountability, inventory control, financial status
and adherence to policies and procedures
• Provide onsite training of POS system, end of day procedures
• Serve as a member of the Wellness Committee
• Model appropriate and cooperative behavior including protecting confidential information
consistent with district policies and procedures
• Other related duties and responsibilities as assigned
Required Qualifications:
• Associate Degree in related field. Minimum of 5 years’ management experience working in
institutional or commercial food service facility or related capacity. School District experience
• Registered Dietitian or completion of CDR examination within 3 months of hire date preferred,
or Certified Executive Chef preferred.
• Excellent communication and analytical skills, knowledge of electronic meal programs.
• Must be SNA certificated within 3 months of hire date. King County food handler card required.

Allowable substitutions
Such alternatives to the above qualifications that the district may find appropriate and acceptable.
Required Knowledge. Skills. andAbilities:
Knowledge of: federal and state laws, rules, regulations and policies governing Child Nutrition programs;
modern methods of food preparation and catering; product cost and inventory control; customer
service and marketing; health codes and sanitation principles; nutritional requirements for children and
adolescents; cultural and regional food and nutrition practices of population in South King County,
ingredients and allergens; menu planning and development; and commercial food service equipment
Skills and Abilities: proficient in culinary production; personnel management; training of adults at all skill
levels; ability to plan and prioritize tasks; ability to work positively as a team member; ability to value
and promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in all aspects of the department and school district; ability
to work effectively with little supervision; ability to communicate effectively with staff and
administrators; ability to be flexible in a complex and fast paced work environment.
Have a valid Washington State driver’s license; ability to lift 50 pounds.
RequiredKnowledge, Skills, and Abilities Related to Cultural Competence and Equity:
• Ability to recognize and demonstrate awareness of own cultural identity as
well as accepting and respecting the cultural identity of others.
• Commitment to establishing and supporting an environment that promotes
cultural competence and equitable treatment of allstaff,students, and
families ofthedistrict.
• Ability to support andpromote theAuburnSchoolDistrict's commitmentto "Engage,
Educate, and Empower with Equity andExcellence".




                                                                                                                                                June 14.2022



Apply now for a 2022-2023 WSDA Farm to School Purchasing Grant


Who Can Apply: Active sponsors of the National School Lunch Program (NSLP), the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP - childcare), Tribal schools, and Tribal early learning centers.


Applications are due Monday, July 11, 2022 by 4:00 PM.



How to Apply:


  • ·       Active NSLP and CACFP Sponsors:




  • Tribal Schools and Tribal Early Learning Centers




Application Resources:


  • Watch a recording of the Grant Application Information Session here.


Staff from WSDA, OSPI, and partner organizations are available to answer questions and help you with your application.


Contact us for assistance:  

 Program Type

Region(s) Served

Name & Contact Information




Annette Slonim
[email protected]

WA State Department of Agriculture, Farm to School



Nichole Garden
[email protected] 
(564) 999-3566

Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, Child Nutrition Services


Spokane County

Kendra Dean
[email protected]

Catholic Charities Eastern WA, Food for All Program



Chris Mornick
[email protected]

WA State Department of Health, Healthy Eating Active Living

School districts,  Childcare

Kitsap County,  Jefferson County, Clallam County, Pierce County

Diane Fish
[email protected]

Kitsap Conservation District

For more information, visit the WSDA Farm to School Purchasing Grant webpage.