Supervise workers in cooking and serving foods in the school cafeterias.
What does a Head School Cafeteria Cook do?
Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in preparing, cooking, and serving food in school cafeteria, cafeterias, or central school district kitchen: Plans varied menus to ensure that food is appetizing and nutritionally suitable for children. Estimates daily or weekly needs and orders food supplies and equipment. Supervises and coordinates activities of workers who prepare, cook, serve food, clean premises, and wash dishware. Keeps daily record of meals served and takes inventory of supplies and equipment. Trains new employees. Participates in preparing and cooking meals. May direct activities of students engaged in washing dishes and utensils.