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Jessica
Claire
resumesample@example.com
(555) 432-1000,
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
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Summary

Seasoned Food Service Supervisor with 8 years of experience. Effective at maximizing success of food service team through effective training, performance improvements and focus on employee satisfaction. Familiar with delegating work, monitoring performance and solving both routing and complex problems with minimal direction.

Skills
  • Organizational skills
  • Project planning
  • Working collaboratively
  • Flexible
  • Team development
  • Emergent curriculum
  • Tutoring and after school help
  • Standardized testing technique
  • Behavioral/cognitive skills development
  • Teaching, tutoring and counseling
  • Differentiated learning techniques
  • Effectively work with parents
  • Reporting and documentation
  • Innovative lesson planning
  • Motivating students
  • Social skills development
  • CPR/First-aid certified
  • Calm and patient
  • Friendly, positive attitude
  • Problem resolution
  • Multitasking
Education and Training
Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico Ponce, PR Expected in 05/2010 Bachelor of Science Degree Secondary Home Economics : - GPA :
Bernardino Cordero Bernard Vocational High School Ponce, PR Expected in 05/2004 : Business And Personal Services Marketing Occupation - GPA : Year in General Studies
Certifications

Teacher Certification, certificate number 1061619

Marketing Certification of Commercial Services and Personal

Certified by Department of Children and Families in Florida, 2021

  • Certified Health, Safety and Nutrition
  • Child Growth and Development
  • Behavioral Observation and Screening
  • Identifying and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect
  • Child Care Facility Rules and Regulations
Experience
State Of Michigan - Food Services Supervisor
Plainwell, MI, 06/2012 - 03/2020
  • Review all Children’s nutrition records.
  • Prepare, review and file Nutrition Questionnaire for Head Start enrolled children.
  • Provide follow – up to ensure each child has a full complement of nutrition screenings.
  • Promote the Head Start Staff team approach to the delivery of nutrition services to Head Start Children.
  • Complete monthly site-monitoring visits for nutrition.
  • Provide feedback for staff and group and individual training where necessary.
  • Identify and use state and local resources for nutrition.
  • Provide, support and Integrate nutrition education and activities into the total Head Start program and help provide education for parents, children and staff.
  • Serve as an advocate for child and family nutrition and a liaison to food service providers.
  • In coordination with Health/Nutrition Coordinator, review and analyze data from Agency data base, including quarterly monitoring of individual families and classrooms to ensure nutrition and health needs are being met.
  • Review at classrooms to ensure foods area an integral part of the total education program; that mealtime atmosphere is conducive to socialization and development; that meals are served family style; and that the quality, quantity and size pf food served is appropriate to the ages of the children.
  • Provides ongoing oversite of the cook and the assistant cook (s). With the assistance of the Nutritionist, monitors the implementation of the menus, and Food Service Policy; monitor food service staff in supply purchasing, preparation, service and storage, kitchen cleanliness, food handling and dish washing procedures; provides training and technical assistance as needed; and, assists Center Supervisors and cook, as requested, in maintaining records for the Child and Adult Care Food Program in the data system (CACFP).
  • Ensure that menus are posted in the classrooms, kitchen and sent home to parents.
  • Conduct Heights and Weight Measurements twice during the school year.
  • Identify nutritional needs and provide alternative menus to the sites and kitchen for dietary restrictions.
  • Attend staff meetings, annual trainings, CACFP trainings and professional development training/activities as directed.
  • Visit each assigned site monthly to monitor classrooms, kitchen and meal count (USDA).
  • Refer children and families to appropriate resources and/or refer to registered dietician when needed (e.g.
    WIC).
  • Perform other duties as requested by supervisor, Program Manager and/or Director.
Deparment Of Childrens And Families - Center Licensing Monitor
City, STATE, 08/2011 - 07/2012
  • Make visits to Child Care Centers, Foster Homes and Aging Centers.
  • Make detailed reports on the findings found during the visit made.
  • Evaluate Centers to grant or renew licenses to offer services.
  • Comply with the public policy of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, to ensure the protection, attention and care of people who are in public and private establishments.
Department Of Education - Special Needs Consumer and Family Science Teacher
City, STATE, 08/2010 - 06/2011
  • Develop daily plans.
  • Coordinate meetings with parents.
  • Perform and discuss PEI with parents.
  • Participate in meetings with specialists for professional development.
  • Understand and work courteously with Special Education and Vocational students.
  • Completed weekly and monthly reports summarizing activities.
  • Recommended policies, procedures and strategic goals to meet agency requirements.
  • Planned lessons using creative instruction to reach wide student audience.
  • Implemented effective classroom management techniques to provide safe, calm learning environment.
  • Encouraged students to think independently and express original and creative ideas.
  • Adapted teaching strategies to remain inclusive to diverse learning styles.
  • Constructed curriculum to span economics and resource management, human development, interior design, textiles and apparel design to provide varied options for students to explore.
  • Cultivated collaborative and innovative learning environment to meet each student's unique educational needs.
  • Talked with students needing extra attention and made plans to assist with problems.
  • Collaborated with other subject and grade-level teachers to build complementary educational frameworks for students.
Languages

Written and oral command of the Spanish language

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School Attended
  • Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico
  • Bernardino Cordero Bernard Vocational High School
Job Titles Held:
  • Food Services Supervisor
  • Center Licensing Monitor
  • Special Needs Consumer and Family Science Teacher
Degrees
  • Bachelor of Science Degree Secondary Home Economics