Food and Nutritional Services
 
 

AISD Food & Nutrition Services Employment Opportunity Information

Permanently Assigned Positions
Permanently assigned positions work daily during the school year at a designated school site cafeteria.  Permanent assigned positions of three (3) hours up to seven and a half (7 1/2) hours per day are available.
 
Temporary Employees

The Arlington Independent School District uses a temporary service agency to staff substitutes for the FNS Department. AISD hires temporary employees after 30 days of substituting when positions become available.
 
AISD rate of pay for new employees is $10.53 to be paid bi-weekly.  Temporary agencies set their own rate of pay.  It is not designated by Arlington ISD.

 

Employees Must:
 1.  Pass a Criminal Background check to include finger-
      printing.
 2.  Possess an approved food handlers permit.
 3.  High School diploma or approved equivalent is
      preferred.
 4.  Be able to read, write, and understand instructions in
      English.
 5.  Perform general cleaning assignments.
 6.  Have knowledge of the fundamentals of cooking &
      baking.
 7.  Be available to work at any location on an as needed
      basis.
 8.  Be able to relate effectively with staff, students and    
      public for excellent customer service.
 9.  Be willing to learn and follow procedures, policies and
      requirements of the Food & Nutrition program.
10. Have the core values of trustworthiness,
      responsibility, respect, caring, citizenship and
      fairness.
11. Be able to support the District & Department vision,
      mission and goals.

 

Positions are available from August thru May, Monday thru Friday.  Temporaries work from 3 to 7 1/2 hours per shift depending on the work location assignment.  Temporary employees are expected to work in any school where needed within the district.
 

To apply at the Temporary Agency:
Applications and interviews are at the following locations:
 

Luxor Staffing
2249 E. Division St.
Arlington, Tx. 76011
Phone: 817-704-6092
Fax: 817-704-6097
Contact: Scott Spain
sspain@luxorstaffing.com
 
Elliott Staffing Services
922 Belclaire
Cedar Hill, Tx. 76104
Phone: 469-272-9700
Contact: Gwen Harris
Gwen.elliottstaff@sbcglobal.net


Increase Workforce Solutions
2300 Valley View Lane #735
Irving, Tx.  75062
Phone: 469-586-5779
Contact: Esther Ratliff
info@increaseworkforce.com


One Source Staffing
2000 East Lamar Blvd. #600
Arlington, Tx. 76006
Phone: 817-303-2102
Contact: Carolina Calderon
 

 

 



 
 

 

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