CACFP Manager at Families Forward Learning Center

Category: Management

Posted: July 21, 2021

Job Title: CACFP Manager

Organization: Mothers' Club Learning Center DBA: Families Forward Learning Center

Salary: $18.00 hourly, includes benefits

Location: Pasadena, CA

Job Description:

The CACFP Program Manager oversees the provision of the Child and Adult Care Food Program which provides reimbursement to FFLC for nutritious meals served to children in their care.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Understand and convey CACFP requirements to staff and participating families.

  • Directly supervise CACFP program staff.

  • Train and support CACFP staff, substitutes, volunteers with kitchen procedures, routines, and the proper use of equipment. As well as making sure CACFP staff is current with certifications.

  • Develop and facilitate/present regular training workshops for CACFP staff and teaching staff.

  • Develop and implement written policies and procedures for the daily operation of CACFP.

  • Develop annual budget and management plan and monitor expenditures on monthly basis.

  • Ensure contract compliance with CACFP rules and regulations. Be knowledgeable and up to date on CACFP program requirements reviewing changes and following best practices.

  • Understand USDA meal pattern requirements.

  • Ensure accurate record keeping of all expense reports with purchase receipts.

  • Enroll families in the CACFP program making sure documents are accurately filled out and make individual child files. Ensure that files are kept confidential.

  • Develop monthly child rosters.

  • Develop monthly menus to ensure meals/snacks are accurate and eligible for reimbursement.

  • Ensure classroom staff, food handling staff, and site supervisors have appropriate paperwork on food allergies and special diets.

  • Monitor attendance records weekly to ensure accuracy of meal counts.

  • Review cleaning schedules and monitor kitchen sanitation, documenting follow-up as needed.

  • Complete monthly reports to CACFP and provide updates into CNIPS ensuring both accuracy and timeliness.

  • Place all food and non-food online orders.

  • Purchase food and non-food supplies from local vendor when primary cannot deliver.

  • Attend local, state, and national meetings and conferences as required.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Associate degree or equivalent combination of education and nutrition, food service management.

  • Two (2) years supervisory experience.

  • Computer proficiency and knowledge of CNIPS database program.

How to Apply:

Applications accepted on Indeed (link) or send resume to Andrea Huicochea.


Andrea Huicochea


Phone: 626-792-2687 ext 113