Job Fairs To Fill Part-Time Cafeteria Positions In Hamilton County Schools

Friday, July 6, 2018

Hamilton County Schools will have information about positions in school nutrition at two job fairs planned for Thursday, July 12 at Tyner Middle School and Thursday, July 19 at East Side Elementary.  The job fairs will both be from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. each day.

"Good cooking, tasty food, and warm smiles all mix together to make up the perfect school cafeteria worker.  If that describes you and your work in the kitchen, then you may be the person we are looking for to fill a school cafeteria position," officials said.

Participants in the job fair are asked to have work history information and three references available on the day of the job fair you choose to visit.  Applications are available on the district website at, or you can complete an application the day of the fair.  Application help will be available at the job fair sites of Tyner Middle and East Side Elementary.
"In Hamilton County Schools we are committed to recruiting and training support staff to serve over 45,000 children.  Each staff member from teacher to school nutrition worker has one common purpose – to become the fastest improving school district in the state of Tennessee.  Whether you are just starting your career or looking to move to this area, if you love children and helping them succeed, you can find your place with Hamilton County Schools," officials said.
For more information about the positions in school nutrition with Hamilton County Schools, you may contact the School Nutrition Department at 423-498-7276.

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