Why be a Substitute Cook?
Never work another weekend, holiday, or late night,
and enjoy a long summer break!
Working part-time in the school kitchen
is your opportunity to be in a friendly environment
and make a difference in a child’s life
by providing nutritious meals.
The hours can't be beat!
Work while the kids are in school and be home to greet them.
Pay is very competitive and lunch is on us!
School Child Nutrition Employment Information
Each employee has the responsibility to maintain a positive image to customers, visitors, the public, and fellow employees.
Dress, grooming and personal cleanliness standards contribute to the morale of all employees and affect the professional image we represent.
Tops: Kitchen grade tops are mandatory for permanent cooks and strongly recommended for substitute cooks. Long sleeves are recommended to prevent burns. If you do not have any
kitchen grade tops, a professional looking top free of print and large logos is permitted, preferably in a solid color. Some kitchens have spare tops, be sure to ask upon arrival if one is available.
Pants: Black, Grey, or Khaki pants or capris will be worn Monday through Thursday. Jeans/Levis are allowed on Friday. Pants worn must be kitchen service grade to protect from spills and burns. Pants must be solid colors and non-transparent material. Pants need to be free of rips, holes, vinyl print, embroidery, and anything else that can become a physical hazard.
Footwear: Non-slip shoes must be worn while at work. A manager will notify the employee if their shoes are not permitted.
Child Nutrition employees must comply with state and county health rules and regulations of cleanliness and sanitation. They must also meet the standards of the Serve Safe (HACCP) principles.
Qualities of a Great Substitute Cook:
Rate of pay:
$10:00/hour for on-call work. No sick leave, no paid holidays for on-call workers.
Anyone working (3) hours and over may eat lunch at district expense.
Food Handlers Permit is required within the first month of working. Permits can be obtained online at www.tooelehealth.org or on-site at the location listed below.
Tooele County Health Department
151 North Main Street
Tooele, UT 84074
Note: The permit is valid for (3) years. Keep a copy of your Food Handlers Permit with you at all times while at work in case it is needed for verification purposes.
Additional questions can be addressed by contacting the Child Nutrition Office at (435) 833-1920.