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For any questions regarding CSNA, please contact:

Jodi McKinney
Executive Director
Colorado School Nutrition Association
PO Box 371154
Denver, CO 80237

phone: 720.301.4682
email: [email protected]

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Colorado Job Postings
Nutrition Services Director - Pinnacle Charter

Description:

The Nutrition Services Director supports and manages the Nutrition Services Department, ensuring 2,000+ K-12 students are prepared for high-quality learning by creating, preparing, and serving delicious, nutritious meals daily.  The team member in this position will be knowledgeable and stay up-to-date on school nutrition rules and regulations to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local laws and regulations.  This position will also effectively lead and support the Nutrition Services team in professional development and growth to enhance a high-quality nutrition program.

 

 

Reporting Relationships:

Reports to: Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

Direct Reports: K-12 Kitchen Cashier/Servers and Meal Preparers

 

 

Compensation:

This is a full-time, 12 month position. Annual salary is within the range of $55,000 - $70,000 and is dependent upon education, certifications, and experience. See a detailed outline of benefits and additional compensation at the bottom of the job description.

 

 

Account Manager National Accounts - Schools - Shamrock
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Job description
Responsible for selling Shamrock Foods products and services to National Foodservice accounts by fostering mutually beneficial relationships between Customers and Shamrock Foods, while meeting both Customer and Company requirements. Responsible for managing all facets of the relationship with the Customer, ensuring maximum compliance with Contract, managing key margin and expense items, managing all aspects and types of Customer Transactions, and driving resolutions for issues associated with order entry, product mix, product delivery, pricing, sourcing and other Customer matters. Responsible for working with Corporate level and Regional representatives as well as store-level personnel. This role is majority office based with some outside sales calls and travel required. Essential Duties: • Manage the key Margin and Expense items to assess the impact of activities and help drive positive results on customer P&L. • Use Shared Performance as a tracking tool to document Outcomes that tie to corporate strategies with quarterly goals tied to corporate strategies. • Establish a strategic relationship with customer base by preparing for and performing business reviews that benefit both the customer and Shamrock. • Initiates and maintains relationship building with Franchise owner/operators. Develops effective customer touch points below “C” level (e.g., local store level). • Develops and implements strategic sales plans to accommodate corporate goals. Directs sales and profit forecasting and transactional activities to meet those goals. • Prepares profitability reports and other reports designed to provide the National Accounts Management Team with information for negotiations, pricing changes, product mix changes, delivery window/day revisions. • Works in conjunction with the Business Development team to achieve business objectives. Establishes a strong collaborative business relationship with the Business Development team to aid overseeing and facilitating all aspects of the agreed upon customer deliverables. • Increase customer revenue and profitability through developing and implementing new opportunities and increased penetration with current customers, with documented results. • Use and update Customer Relationship Management tool in order to maximize the positive impact on the Customer and maximum performance of the team. • Makes recommendations for product mix, delivery issues, pricing, and sourcing requiring the ability to negotiate with corporate customers to an end resolution. • Improve customer profitability through documented programs such as Purchasing to Contract, Smartbuy, and the use of basic margin management. • Manage sales and purchasing transactions to contracted service levels. Monitor and ensure Customer contract compliance. • Manage Inventory stocking levels for all Proprietary items. • Manage and document the reduction of asset cost in the form of inventory (stock / proprietary) and accounts receivable through innovative solutions. • Prepares reports defining product usage, purchases, aging and other reports specifically required by the corporate personnel responsible for corporate supply chain management or regional stores or restaurants. Significant report development may be entailed. • Manage transportation expense by adhering to customer contract and support of routing initiatives, and by managing recovery activities. Reduce expenses in the form of couriers, air freight and credits. • Perform customer service activities including order entry as needed. Manage recovery for purchasing / operational issues. Manages customer service issues requiring the ability to negotiate with corporate customers to an end resolution. • Resolve day-to-day issues for assigned accounts and all other accounts as needed. • Assists in developing information for Requests for Proposal. • Responsible for the timeline associated with all new customers and acts as a project manager to ensure the timelines are met. • Manage the transition of Customers from Emerging to National Accounts. • Manage setup of and trains customers in use of Shamrock-supplied technology and ordering systems (e.g. ShamrockOrders, Amphire). • Assists corporate-level customers with systems issues, escalating these to the IS Department as needed. Responsible for assisting corporate-level customers with all new Systems Integration requests. • Manage events for Customers, including equipment loans, special deliveries, and venue management. • Supports SBPI service level and other process improvement initiatives, and other training programs offered and/or required by Shamrock University. • The Junior Account Manager will handle a lower account load than an Account Manager. • Other duties as assigned. 

Warehouse & Distribution Supervisor - CDHS
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Description of Job


The Warehouse Supervisor will aid in all details of opening the new warehouse, manage operations to include supervising the receipt and storage of USDA Foods in our warehouse and the distribution of food to every corner of the State. They will oversee handling, picking, packing, storage, receiving, dispatching, security, maintenance, sanitation, and administrative functions while ensuring quality work. They will supervise, train, evaluate and reward staff. They will ensure the maintenance of state assets. The Warehouse Supervisor will achieve inventory accuracy, coordinate orders, and design complex distribution routes, ultimately overseeing the fulfillment of hundreds of orders every year. This includes managing relationships with school districts and other vendors.


This position serves as the supervisor of staff for the warehouse's Material Handler and truck driver positions. This position verifies that shipments are received correctly and make decisions to resolve disputes and claims involving shipping discrepancies such as damaged goods, shortages, and other shipping errors with recipient agencies; works with agencies to resolve complaints and problems with the delivery and quality of all USDA Foods and services delivered to customers; establishes inventory schedule for monthly counts and annual physical inventory; and supervises the inventory process for the warehouse.

This position is responsible for the scheduling of all shipping of USDA Foods to recipient agencies, receiving and distribution of USDA Foods must be in conformance with establish product specifications, policies and procedures; manages and complies with USDA policies and regulation to include the cleanliness and proper storage (temperatures) of USDA Foods in the warehouses; monitors freezers and refrigerator in the warehouse on a daily basis in accordance to established USDA policies and regulations; schedules deliveries to outlying agencies utilizing several trucks which may include a tractor trailer which requires oversight of staff who possess a Commercial Driver's License, Class B CDL with Airbrake Endorsement. Position is required to operate lift trucks, pallet wrappers, walkie-riders, manual and electric pallet jacks and forklifts.
Warehouse Manager - Cherry Creek SD
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SUMMARY:  
Manage, supervise, oversee, and perform all necessary supervisory duties for the daily operations of the central warehouse to provide support to the District. Manage and perform, when necessary, the receipt, fill, deliver, and processing of warehouse requisitions and purchase orders to District facilities and other locations as necessary. Supervise and receive stock, process purchase orders, and monitor ware house vehicles to comply with the Department of Transportation safety guidelines and District policies and standards. 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties and assignments may vary based on building assignment, academic year, and school needs. The following frequencies and percentages of time spent are approximations only.

• Supervise the efforts to receive, stock, pick, deliver, and maintain warehouse stocked/non-stocked items related to District business needs including facilities, food and nutrition services, and general operations. Oversee and assist in warehouse inventory. Supervise the receipt and delivery of equipment, furniture, and other necessary items in support of District operations. [Daily, 50%]
• Manage and oversee the processing of warehouse requisitions and purchase orders for delivery to District facilities. Ensure “pick tickets” are accurate, filled, packaged, and distributed. Maintain appropriate records and files within the warehouse electronic systems. [Daily, 30%]
• Plan, direct, and oversee work assignments and scheduling. Monitor and evaluate employee performance and improvement. [Daily, 10%]
• Confirm daily inspection of equipment (forklift, pallet jacks, etc.) to ensure safe operability and document/report any required maintenance. [Daily, 5%]
• Ensure warehouse personnel inspect and monitor vehicle maintenance and maintain accurate daily records, including any required maintenance, for compliance with the Department of Transportation, State of Colorado, and District regulations. [Daily, 1%]
• Maintain proficiency with all security, safety, and associated requirements including handling, maintaining, shipment, and safety of foodstuffs. [Quarterly, 2%]
• Perform other related duties as assigned or requested. [Daily, 2%] 

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