At the following link, you can find our Bayview Cornerstone students talking to Pix11’s Andrew Ramos about Valentine’s Day!
Unfortunately, Skate Night which was scheduled for tomorrow, May 16th will be postponed due to weather concerns. A rain date will be announced shortly.
Full Time Senior Center Cook
Shall be a high school graduate or hold an equivalent degree and five years experience as a Cook, hold a Food Protection Certificate, be in good health, have the ability to stand long hours and lift heavy objects and read, write and speak English. Must work mornings / day time hours.
Under the supervision of the Program Director is responsible for food preparation, cooking and service. On occasion, Special Events and Weekend Functions may also apply. Supervision of Kitchen Staff and Senior Volunteers as well as WEP Clients.
The Cook must adhere to sanitation standards.
Plans menu and food acquisitions, abiding by all Department for the Aging & Department of Health requirements.
Oversees weighing in, receiving and proper storage of food.
Supervises and coordinates activities of staff engaged in food preparation, meal service and clean up.
Supervises pre-preparation, handling and proper temperature control of prepared foods.
Prepares cooks and supervises food allotments and service in accordance with standards and guidelines of funding sources.
Supervises kitchen operations and cleaning of equipment and dining areas in compliance with sanitation standards and codes.
Maintains All Food Usage Records.
Maintains inventory and orders all food and kitchen supplies.
Will be responsible in training Assistant Cook with cooking, ordering and record keeping detail.
If you are interested email a cover letter and references with your resume to email@example.com to be considered for this position.
Follow the link for a list of nationally sponsored programs focusing on resources for senior citizens.
Millennium Development was proud to be a part of making holiday cheer for families in PS 317 in Far Rockaway, but we couldn’t have done it without contributions of toys from the de Kergorlay Foundation and DYCD’s toy drive. Special thanks go to Tracey Aberman of the de Kergorlay Foundation, Jane Reiss of NYC & Company and Daniel Shefelman.
Check out the new CDC Heads Up public service announcements (PSAs) with Super Bowl MVP Kurt Warner — just one of the professional athletes who are volunteering their time to help keep kids and teens safe from concussion, and more serious brain injuries. The new CDC Heads Up PSAs will air nationwide to help educate parents, kids, and teens about this injury both on and off the sports field.