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Bi-lingual Case Manager/Spanish- English

Northwest Nutrition Service Milwaukie, OR

  • Posted: over a month ago
  • $18 Hourly
  • Full-Time
  • Benefits: 401k, dental
Job Description

he USDA Child Care Food Program is looking for a person to work with the Hispanic and English speaking daycare providers. This person will be responsible to monitor daycare providers for program compliance. The applicant is expected to participate in the outreach to the Hispanic community.

  • Ability to read and interpret documents
  • Ability to write routine reports and correspondence
  • Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers, Good communication skills and ability to follow verbal and written instructions.
  • Ability to work occasional evening, weekend, and early morning as required.
  • Ability to work independently.
  • Ability to make schedules and prioritize
  • Ability to meet deadlines
  • Demonstrated knowledge of basic nutrition concepts.
  • Demonstrated basic Math skills
  • Demonstrated experience in completing forms and paperwork.
  • Demonstrated experience in data entry
  • Valid Oregon Drivers License and insurance for use on the job.
  • High School diploma and a minimum one years' Experience working with the public.
  • This job is not remote

Come join our Team!!!! 

Salary: $17.75/hour

Company Description
USDA's Child and Adult Care Food Program plays a vital role in improving the quality of day care and making it more affordable for many low-income families. Each day, 3.3 million children receive nutritious meals and snacks through CACFP Child Care homes offering meals through the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) play a critical role in supporting the wellness, health, and development of children and chronically impaired disabled persons through the provision of nutritious foods. Child care providers, in particular, have a powerful opportunity to instill healthy habits in young children that serve as a foundation for healthy choices in life. Through the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, USDA made the first major changes in the CACFP meals and snacks since the Program's inception in 1968, which will help ensure children and adults have access to healthy, balanced meals and snacks throughout the day. The updated CACFP nutrition standards will help safeguard the health of children early in their lives and improve the wellness of adults. Under the updated CACFP nutrition standards, meals and snacks served will include a greater variety of vegetables and fruit, more whole grains, and less added sugar and saturated fat these improvements are expected to enhance the quality of meals served in CACFP to help young children learn healthy eating habits early on in their lives. Northwest Nutrition Service will provide resources, best practices, and training for Child Care homes to support them in providing healthy, balanced meals and snacks to the children they serve. CACFP is authorized at section 17 of the National School Lunch Act (42 U.S.C. 1766). Program regulations are issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) under 7 CFR part 226.

Northwest Nutrition Service

USDA's Child and Adult Care Food Program plays a vital role in improving the quality of day care and making it more affordable for many low-income families. Each day, 3.3 million children receive nutritious meals and snacks through CACFP Child Care homes offering meals through the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) play a critical role in supporting the wellness, health, and development of children and chronically impaired disabled persons through the provision of nutritious foods. Child care providers, in particular, have a powerful opportunity to instill healthy habits in young children that serve as a foundation for healthy choices in life. Through the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, USDA made the first major changes in the CACFP meals and snacks since the Program's inception in 1968, which will help ensure children and adults have access to healthy, balanced meals and snacks throughout the day. The updated CACFP nutrition standards will help safeguard the health of children early in their lives and improve the wellness of adults. Under the updated CACFP nutrition standards, meals and snacks served will include a greater variety of vegetables and fruit, more whole grains, and less added sugar and saturated fat these improvements are expected to enhance the quality of meals served in CACFP to help young children learn healthy eating habits early on in their lives. Northwest Nutrition Service will provide resources, best practices, and training for Child Care homes to support them in providing healthy, balanced meals and snacks to the children they serve. CACFP is authorized at section 17 of the National School Lunch Act (42 U.S.C. 1766). Program regulations are issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) under 7 CFR part 226.

Address

16239 Southeast Mcloughlin Boulevard

Milwaukie, OR
USA

Industry

Healthcare

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