Nutrition Team Lead

  • FT, PT, Casual
  • Green Bay

HOURS:  Works as McCormick Team Lead two (2) days per pay period, and Cook/FSA shifts rest of week.


  1. Demonstrate and promote the culture, mission, vision, and values.
  2. Completes assigned weekly and monthly audits.
  1. Complete weekly refrigerator audits.
  1. Complete monthly tray audits.
  1. Establishes regular monthly training and daily huddles and other communications with associates.
  1. Demonstrates good communication and listening skills with residents, management team, and associates.
  1. Demonstrate leadership through continuous learning, development, and the ability to adjust to management style to achieve goals.
  2. Attends Resident Council.
  3. Involved in initial problem-solving efforts for kitchen and staff opportunities.
  1. Takes part in the onboarding of all new McCormick staff.
  2. Assists in the day to day supervision of Nutrition Services’ staff.
  1. Maintains the schedule for all kitchen staff and coordinates replacement of any staff related to call ins for the McCormick kitchen.
  1. Responsible for compliance with all Human Resource policies and procedures.
  1. Ensures compliance with all regulatory survey, including but not limited to, State and Local Health Departments, OSHA, etc.
  2. Fills in where needed for staffing shortages
  3. Conducts daily team huddles and maintains appropriate team communication.
  1. Completes weekly order for the kitchen.
  1. Puts away, and organizes all McCormick orders.
  1. Ensures a safe and sanitary working environment.
  1. Tracking of employee illnesses:
  • Report to Infection Control employee illnesses
  • Sick days to HR
  • Missed days to HR
  1. Sends menu to the administrator to meet all State/Federal Regulations
  2. Manages budget and stays within the allotted dollar amount.


  1.  A minimum of one (1) year of previous position experience.
  2. Embraces the mission and exemplifies the values of St. Paul Elder Services.
  3. Demonstrates problem-solving skills.
  4. Exhibits positive role model behaviors.
  5. Has no active formal disciplines.
  6. Exhibits willingness to work with new staff