The Mission Nutrition Coordinator provides oversight to the YMCA of Saginaw Mission Nutrition program including, but not limited to, menu preparation, purchasing of food and supplies, and supervision of food prep staff as well as ensuring that all reporting requirements for the Youth food program are met. The Mission Nutrition Coordinator will also oversee the Y café grab-and-go meal production and nutrition education for youth and community partners. This position will require a flexible schedule including some early morning, evening, and weekend responsibilities.
Essential Functions/Primary Roles and Responsibilities
- Model the YMCA core values: Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibility.
- Direct oversight of the year-round food programs’ daily operations and compliance, including but not limited to site visits, tracking, paperwork completion, ensuring meal orders align with attendance so as to reduce waste, monthly reporting and claim preparation, audit preparation, assist in annual application process with State as well as make changes to YMCA of Saginaw’s Food Program Policies and Procedures throughout year, etc.
- Monthly meal and menu design. Food ordering to reduce waste and align with Healthy Eating standards.
- Help manage and coordinate YUSA food grant (e.g. monthly reporting, site visits, data collection, monitoring, budgeting and tracking spending) meet all grant deadlines.
- Communicate regularly with CACFP Sponsor Monitor/Coordinator, Sponsored Program teams, regarding program implementation.
- Complete YMCA HEPA and Serve Safe trainings, CACFP trainings as needed and all other required trainings.
- To ensure CACFP/SFSP compliance, the Mission Nutrition Coordinator will assist with training staff annually for CACFP, as well as, throughout the year on an on-going basis, traveling to sites when necessary for one-on-one trainings.
- Assist Healthy Living Director to maintain record keeping systems and processes.
- Assist with aggregate and process data for various projects including site visits and surveys.
- Assist with research and cost comparisons with vendors to maintain cost effectiveness and quality.
- Assist with exploration of populations we serve who could benefit from food programming.
- General office duties such as word processing, bookkeeping, flow of correspondence, filing, requisitions of supplies, etc.
This position is part-time 20-30 hrs/week. $12-15/hr dependent upon experience.