State OF Nevada Reno , NV 89501
School/Community Nutrition Supervisors and Specialists provide technical assistance, nutrition education, program monitoring, claims reimbursement, application approval, and outreach and training for statewide school and community nutrition programs that provide financial support to public, private nonprofit, and for-profit schools, child care facilities, residential institutions, youth camps, summer programs, and other organizations.
Incumbents manage programs and budgets; ensure entitlement fund usage is monitored, establish program priorities and allocate staff and related resources; lead outreach to improve and expand participation; collaborate in the development, upgrade and maintenance of web-based applications and systems to ensure the collection of meal and funding data required to complete various reports; discuss or negotiate difficult issues with agencies and elected and appointed officials; respond to all audit and management evaluation inquiries or findings; and supervise School/Community Nutrition Specialists to include performance evaluations, work performance standards, scheduling, work assignment and review, discipline, and training and may supervise other lower level professional and administrative support staff.
This is the supervisory level in the series.
Under the direction of the Food and Nutrition Administrator, the incumbent performs the full range of duties described in the series concept and supervises professional and administrative staff engaged in the provisions of child nutrition and USDA Food.
This position will manage programs in the School Nutrition unit, to include the National School Lunch Program, School Breakfast Program, Special Milk Program, Fresh Fruit and Vegetable grant, etc.
The School/Community Nutrition Supervisor ensures compliance with USDA regulations and program requirements; reviews and oversees grants; oversees applications and claims; establishes program priorities and improvements; grows the programs, and allocates staff and resources for the School Nutrition unit.
This position will assist with budget, forecasting and unit planning; train, supervise and evaluate the performance of professional and administrative staff, including School/Community Nutrition Specialists.
The incumbent will discuss issues with agencies' leadership, elected and appointed officials; provide oversight and development of statewide training initiatives; must remain current with applicable federal and State laws, regulations and certifications, and have a detailed knowledge of School Nutrition programs.
Please ensure your application reflects your current certification as a Registered Dietitian.
This should be included in the "license" section of your application or you can attach a copy to your application. Closing Date/Time: 10/10/2018