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Food Inventory Supply Clerk, Part Time - YCA Ft. Eisenhower

Georgia.gov

Georgia.gov

Augusta, GA, USA
Posted on Tuesday, July 9, 2024

This position is part-time, working 29 hours a week or less.

The purpose of the Georgia Youth Challenge Program (GaYCP) is to provide education, leadership, character development, and life-coping skills to Georgia's youth so they may become successful members of society. The voluntary program targets 16-18 year old youth who are at-risk of not completing high school. The GaYCP seeks to provide a new environment for youth so that they can focus on completing their academic goals while also enhancing their personal strengths and resiliency.

The GaYCP mirrors a U.S. Army basic training environment. The military structure of the program provides a structured environment and teaches discipline, self-control, and motivation. In addition, the program develops the whole person by focusing on 8 core components that supports each cadet’s personal development: academic excellence, life coping skills, job skills training, responsible citizenship, leader/followership, health and hygiene, physical fitness, and service to community.

All GaYCP staff serve as mentors and role models for the cadets, demonstrating what “right looks like.” Academy staff work together to provide the structure, academic, social-emotional, and supervisory support needed by cadets during the 22-week residential phase.

During the 12-month Post-Residential Phase, most GaYCP graduates continue their post-secondary school education, vocational-technical training, full-time employment, military enlistment, or some combination of these. With academies at Fort Stewart in Hinesville and Fort Eisenhower in Augusta, Georgia’s Youth Challenge Program has graduated over 19,000 cadets since the program’s inception in 1993.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

This position performs manual and clerical tasks involved in the receipt and distribution of food rations in the Dining Facility at YCA Ft. Eisenhower. These duties include:

  • Unloading food products and receiving them into inventory, pulling rations for each meal, and participating in weekly and monthly inventories;
  • Supervises students in the unloading of food supplies; Properly cleans and sanitizes freezers and refrigerators;
  • Ensures all food products are stored in accordance within proper sanitation standards, following safe food handling practices;
  • Performs cashier duties when needed;
  • May be required to enter inventory information into standard computer program.

** APPLICANT MUST POSSESS A VALID DRIVER'S LICENSE.**

Preference will be given to those that meet the minimum qualifications and possess:

One year of general food service experience equivalent to a Food Service Employee 1 AND specific experience in storing and issuing food rations.

Those applicants will be further assessed on the following knowledge, skills and abilities:

  1. Ability to lift up to 75 pounds on a frequent basis;
  2. Knowledge of proper food sanitation techniques;
  3. Ability to complete basic mathematical functions (add, subtract, multiply, divide);
  4. Skill in conversion of food measurements;
  5. Skill in keeping detailed food inventory records;
  6. Ability and willingness to participate in YCA extracurricular activities;
  7. Skill in basic computer functions, including ability to use Microsoft Excel;
  8. Ability to communicate ideas, thoughts and facts orally;
  9. Ability to interact positively with co-workers and customers.

Additional Information:

Selected applicant must pass a pre-employment background investigation, which includes a Georgia criminal records search, a pre-employment drug test (post-hire will be placed in the pool for the State Random Drug Testing Program), AND a post-employment federal background investigation, which includes a national criminal records search.

“AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER & DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE”

Due to the volume of applications received, we are unable to provide information on application status by phone or e-mail. All qualified applicants will be considered, but may not necessarily receive an interview. Selected applicants will be contacted by the hiring agency for next steps in the selection process. Applicants who are not selected will not receive notification.

High school diploma or GED. Note: Some positions require possession of valid driver's license.
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