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ICA Cristo Rey, an all-girls Catholic, college-preparatory school in San Francisco, is sponsored by the Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose.  Our school community reflects Jesus’ care and concern for all people and we live in solidarity with our school’s foundress, Mother Maria Pia Backes, and her mission for the young, the poor, and the vulnerable.

ICA Cristo Rey is a member of the Cristo Rey Network of Schools.  Our girls engage in a corporate work study experience that makes college preparatory education accessible and affordable. 


Position:      Food Service Coordinator

Reports to:      President/Principal


24 hours per week; Minimum of 3.5 hours per day




ICA Cristo Rey, a Catholic, college-preparatory school, educates young women for college and a life of faith, integrity and service. As a Cristo Rey school in the Dominican tradition, we are committed to providing both excellent education and meaningful corporate work study experience to students of limited financial resources.




Under the supervision of the President and the Principal, the Food Service Coordinator supports the administration of the School Lunch Program. The Food Service Coordinator interacts extensively with students and families and requires a strong commitment to the mission and philosophy of ICA. Must possess excellent verbal and written communications.




School Lunch Program Coordinator:

  •       Annually submit the application packet to the state for ICA to be approved for the NSLP (Nation School Lunch Program).
  •       Oversee ICA, Mission Dolores Academy, and St. James with the NSLP.
  •       Review and process all families’ applications for Free and Reduced Priced Meals, and submit letters of eligibility to families.
  •       Have constant contact with 5 local counties for Direct Certification for the NSLP eligibility.
  •       Works with Lunch Supervisor in the cafeteria.
  •       Determine production quantities, compile, and place food orders and supplies from approved vendors.
  •       Order meals every Tuesday through Applecore (Vendor: Revolution Foods).
  •       Take meal counts at point of service and input consumption from daily meal counts on meal count form.
  •       Collect payments from students / faculty for lunch accounts and input deposits into MealTime for students / faculty.
  •       Take meal counts at point of service, conduct a monthly edit of meal counts, and submit claims for reimbursement to CDE (CA Dept. of Education).
  •       Prepare monthly operational summary for all three schools to issue and process State reimbursement.
  •       Assist in the monitoring and review of breakfast and lunch program procedures in order to maintain compliance with the National School Breakfast and Lunch Program guidelines.
  •       Maintain necessary files and records.
  •       Perform other duties as assigned.



  •       Foodservice training and experience.
  •       Ability to obtain Food Service and Sanitation certification.
  •       Ability to read, write and communicate in English to understand directions and communicate with students and staff.
  •       Fluent in Spanish in order to communicate with non-English speaking parents.
  •       Ability to physically move about the cafeteria and kitchen.
  •       Ability to repetitively lift 20 pounds.
  •       Ability to make decisions in accordance with established procedures.
  •       Proficiency in Microsoft Office/Google.


To Apply:


Send Resume and Cover Letter to Dr. George V. Fornero







The successful candidate will:

  • Implement a standards-based and college preparatory curriculum
  • Identify appropriate student learning targets for a wide range of learners
  • Design learning opportunities that build upon student knowledge and skills
  • Design both formal and informal assessments to measure student mastery
  • Incorporate formative and summative assessment data to inform the planning and delivery of instruction
  • Effectively instruct adolescent learners in an urban setting
  • Use effective, research-based instructional and classroom management practices
  • Align curriculum and instruction to best meet the needs of students
  • Differentiate instruction
  • Demonstrate and promote the responsible use of technology as a learning tool
  • Inspire students to be more enthusiastic and sophisticated readers and writers
  • Communicate with colleagues, students, parents and school leadership regarding student performance
  • Demonstrate a willingness to teach a variety of grades and subject areas
  • Communicate to students and parents a passion for teaching high school students and their subject area



  • Bachelor’s degree, preferably in the content area
  • Experience teaching; preferably experience with Advanced Placement courses
  • Experience working with urban populations


Application Process: