Food Service - Substitute


Applicants selected will be subject to security background investigation and must meet and maintain eligibility and suitability requirements.


People of color are strongly encouraged to apply. 

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Environmental Requirements: 

Essential Job Functions:

  1. Complete tasks that are assigned by the cafeteria manager.

  2. Serve food to students and staff.
  3. Serve as cashier as needed.
  4. Deliver food to all building locations, both indoors and outside.
  5. Prepare food per recipe.
  6. Appropriately clean all cooking utensils.
  7. Effectively use equipment to prepare food as directed.
  8. Assist in total kitchen clean up.

  9. Performs all tasks in accordance with HACCP guidelines.

  10. Ability to lift 51 pounds to 33 inches occassionally.
  11. Ability to stand uninterrupted for long periods.

Other Job Functions:

  1. Reports to work at scheduled time with proper uniform & appropriately groomed.

  2. Adheres to all school district rules & building rules & regulations.

  3. Utilizes proper hand washing techniques.

  4. Participates in meetings, training sessions & seminars as scheduled.

  5. Completes other tasks as assigned.

Lincoln, Massachusetts


Lincoln is a residential suburb located 12 miles northwest of Boston.  The community is rich in history with a strong tradition of citizen participation.  The school district serves students in grades pre-kindergarten through eight.  In addition to the K-8 Lincoln School, the district operates the Primary School and Middle School at Hanscom Air Force Base as well as an integrated Preschool.  Lincoln has a long tradition of educational excellence and strives to offer innovative, student-centered instruction in an inclusive setting with small class sizes.  As a founding member of the METCO Program, Lincoln has maintained its commitment to diversity and multi-cultural education.  


Lincoln Public Schools Vision



The Lincoln Public Schools strive to cultivate all students and staff to be collaborative leaders who are critical thinkers, equity-oriented, and growth-minded, as outlined in the LPS Portait of a Learner.


The School Committee subscribes to the fullest extent to the principle of the dignity of all people and of their labors and will take action to ensure that any individual within the District who is responsible for hiring and/or personnel supervision understands that applicants are employed, assigned, and promoted without regard to their age, color, active military/veteran status, disability, national origin, ancestry, race, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy or pregnancy-related conditions, or housing status.  Every available opportunity will be taken in order to assure that each applicant for a position is selected on the basis of qualifications, merit and ability.