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Cafeteria Cook

Medina Civil Service Commission will be announcing an open, competitive examination to create an eligible list for the following classification. Date of exam is to be determined after the September 4, 2019 Civil Service Commission meeting.

CAFETERIA COOK

Medina City Schools

Starting Salary:          $12.66/hour                                               

Application information for this examination may be obtained at the Medina Civil Service office, 132 North Elmwood Avenue, Medina, Monday through Friday starting August 19, 2019 between 8am and 4pm. Application deadline is 4pm on Thursday, September 19, 2019, unless the Commission determines the need to extend this deadline due to sufficient cause. Note: Office is closed September 2, 2019 for Labor Day holiday. No applications are collected when office is closed. Applications can be filed in person or download an employment application to complete from the Document Link below and send by email to lwilson@medinaoh.org.

Nature of Work: Under the guidance and direction of the Cafeteria Manager, help establish and carry out the school lunch program. This includes responsibilities in the areas of preparation, serving, and clean-up operations in the lunchroom.

Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent. One or two years of related experience preferred. Must be able to understand and follow oral and written instructions. Must possess a pleasing personality, be able to work well with others, and be neat in personal appearance. Must be willing to learn. Good organizational and problem solving skills.

Nature of Examination: Written test is weighted at 100% and will test for knowledge of food preparation, handling of food, measurements, and meaning of words used in food service. All test results and scores are subject to public record laws.

Veterans Preference: Any veteran of the U. S. Armed Forces who has been honorably discharged and who PASSES the test may receive an additional credit provided proof of honorable discharge (DD-214) is presented and verified prior to the date of the examination.

Probation: All persons appointed to permanent positions are subject to a probationary period of 120 days worked. The probationary period is an essential part of the examination process used for the effective adjustment of the employee and elimination of any probationer whose performance fails to meet required work standards.

Accommodation: An applicant can request reasonable accommodation to participate in the applicant/examination process by completing and submitting an EXAMINATION ACCOMMODATION REQUEST form.

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


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