FOOD SERVICES WORKER
Work with LAUSD's Food Services Division.
Food Services Workers nourish our students so they can achieve excellence.
WHO WE ARE
The Food Services Division of LAUSD, more affectionately known as Café LA, operates the largest School Breakfast Program and the second largest National School Lunch Program in the United States. We serve over 700,000 meals each day, which include a healthy breakfast, lunch and supper after school. Our mission is “Nourishing Children to Achieve Excellence” and Café LA accomplishes this through our various meal programs that provide healthy nutrients and energy to support the academic and physical growth of children.
WHAT WE DO
Food Service Workers prepare, heat, cook, and serve a variety of foods, and assist in other related tasks in a designated food service production and/or service area. They also clean and sanitize food preparation and service areas.
WHERE WE WORK
Food Services Workers serve our students at one of our school campuses.
HOW TO APPLY TO BECOME A FOOD SERVICES WORKER
APPLY TO BECOME A SUBSTITUTE FOOD SERVICES WORKER
Visit www.lausdjobs.org to apply. Once you apply, you will be invited to take an employment assessment.
ATTEND TRAINING PROGRAM
Candidates who passed the assessment may be offered a position as a Substitute Food Services Worker. All newly hired employees attend a training program.
TAKE EMPLOYMENT TEST TO BECOME A REGULAR EMPLOYEE
If successful on the employment test, Substitute employees may be offered a regular position.
While there are no specific requirements for this job, we look for candidates with prior food service experience and those who demonstrate the ability to:
- Work rapidly and efficiently
- Work well with others
- Apply and maintain standards of cleanliness, sanitation, and personal hygiene
- Perform basic arithmetic, count money and make change accurately