A Special Board Meeting, followed by the Regular Board Meeting, will be held March 11, 2024, at 5:15 pm and 6:00 pm, respectively, at EFR, location to be determined.
The agendas will be posted on March 8th.

FSD Career Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in career opportunities with the Frankenmuth School District. The following positions are available.

If you are having trouble viewing this page or need any additional information please contact Wendy Yagiela in the District Office by phone at (989) 652-9958 or by email at WYagiela@fmuthschools.com.

Food Service Director

JOB TITLE: Food Service Director
DEPARTMENT/BUILDING: Food Service/Administration
REPORTS TO: Director of Finance and Operations
DEADLINE: March 6, 2024

GENERAL SUMMARY:

Frankenmuth School District Food Service Supervisor will be responsible for managing the district-wide food service program in conformance with federal and state laws and regulations, State health ordinances, and school district policies.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  1. Knowledge of computerized point-of-sale register systems
  2. Knowledge of Federal and State Laws and regulations, local and State health ordinances, and District policies as they relate to food service
  3. Knowledge of sanitation and safety procedures and compliance with the HACCP plan as established by local public health regulations
  4. Ability to work cohesively with a diverse group of Building Administrators and Central Office staff
  5. Ability to plan menus that provide nutritious and appetizing foods
  6. Ability to effectively communicate with employees and other business contacts in a courteous and professional manner
  7. Ability to work in a multi-cultural, urban setting with the ability to develop a rapport with students, staff, parents and the school community

Physical Demands – While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit, stand, and/or walk, lift/carry up to 50 lbs., stoop, bend, kneel, crouch, reach, and grip. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these essential functions.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Manage district-wide school food service department in conformance with federal and state laws and regulations, local and State health ordinances, and school district policies
  2. Maintain federal, state, and local records and reports as required by law
  3. Develop and recommend changes in food service department policies, procedures, and personnel as required to establish an efficiently run and fiscally sound school food service program
  4. Coordinate meal application process when necessary as required by federal and state guidelines
  5. Oversee the food service department’s computerized point-of-sale operations, including recommending new hardware when necessary, coordinating the installation of new equipment, training new employees on software updates, and analyzing monthly government claim reports
  6. Develop annual program goals; implement program standards and monitor progress to ensure the department is operating in an efficient, sanitary, and high-quality manner
  7. Participate in meetings, workshops, and conferences for the purpose of gathering information and to meet annual professional standards requirements for Food Service Directors
  8. Develop and test recipes and plan menus that provide nutritious meals that appeal to our student population
  9. Utilize government-donated foods in accordance with government regulations
  10. Develop specifications and maintain inventory for food, supplies, and equipment
  11. Assist with leading wellness initiatives and coordinate functions of the school meals program with stakeholder groups, including administrators, teachers, students, and the community
  12. Coordinate records of students with special dietary needs and work with necessary medical personnel to ensure that students have acceptable food substitutions as required by Federal law
  13. Assure implementation of sanitation and safety procedures and compliance with HACCP plan as established by local public health regulations
  14. Determine staffing levels, hire and supervise all food service employees, administer personnel policies, oversee payroll preparation, and employee contract management
  15. Provide consistent, ongoing training for food service employees and develop and complete orientation for all new employees in accordance with district standards
  16. Provide input in the construction/renovation of new kitchen/cafeteria projects
  17. Compile, record, and distribute nutrient information on foods sold in the school meals program as required by federal and state mandates
  18. Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Finance and Operations

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

  1. Bachelor’s Degree with emphasis on nutrition, dietetics, and/or business management preferred
  2. Food Service experience required
  3. Experience in K-12 school food service management preferred
  4. Meet Annual Training as required at the federal and state level (MDE)

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
None
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervises all food service employees including Head Cooks, Assistant Cooks, Cashiers, and Lunch Aides
FISCAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
Develop and monitor food service department budget, including government subsidy and other income projections and controlling costs to minimize expenditures, maintains a proper inventory of all food, supplies and equipment
METHOD OF EVALUATION:
The Director of Finance and Operations evaluates this position every year.

Interested persons should submit a letter/email of interest electronically to:
Angie Germain, Director of Human Resources
at agermain@fmuthschools.com

Head Middle School Boys’ Track and Field Coach

JOB TITLE: Head Middle School Boys’ Track and Field Coach
ORGANIZATION: Frankenmuth High School
DEADLINE: Until Filled

MISSION:
The mission of the Frankenmuth School District is to provide each student, to the fullest extent possible, a fund of knowledge, skills, positive attitudes, and ethical values with which to understand the world, gain productive employment, and successfully manage the changes the future will bring.

GENERAL DUTIES:
To develop principles of fair play, a sense of confidence, and self-discipline through the development and extension of various track and field skills as provided by interscholastic competition. This vacancy is open until filled. The position is for the 2024 Spring Season.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

  1. Organizes the Middle School Boy’s Track and Field program.
  2. Prepares players both physically and mentally for interscholastic competition through practice, teaching of fundamental skills and knowledge of rules
  3. Supervises the cleaning, storage, and proper care of all equipment
  4. Fosters good school-community relations by keeping the community aware of and responsive to the athletic program
  5. Conducts pre-season meetings with parents and players
  6. Prepares daily practice schedule and conducts practice sessions
  7. Coordinates and Assists in Fundraising activities
  8. Works with the Varsity Boys’ Track Coach and Athletic Director in scheduling facilities for practices and competition.
  9. Establishes and maintains standards of pupil behavior and provides proper supervision of athletes at all times.
  10. Models sports-like behavior and maintains appropriate conduct towards players, officials, and spectators.
  11. Follows established procedures for the proper care, maintenance, and requisitioning of equipment, supplies, and uniforms.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Some experience as a track and field coach or assistant coach at the middle school or high school level preferred. Must possess effective coaching techniques and skills. Must possess a thorough knowledge of the rules, regulations, strategies, and techniques of the sport. Must possess the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with school administrators, parents, and students. Must be 18 years of age or older.

This vacancy is open until filled.
Please refer any questions to Mr. Kevin Schwedler, Athletic Director at
Frankenmuth High School, at 989-652-1933 (kschwedler@fmuthschools.com).
Interested persons should submit a cover letter, resume, and list of three references to:
Kevin Schwedler, Athletic Director
Department of Athletics
at kschwedler@fmuthschools.com

FIRST Robotics Coach (Signing Bonus!!)

Seeking a FIRST Robotics (team 5215 STEAGLES) coach for the 2023-24 school year. This team and the coach’s stipend and bonus are grant-funded, so duties include some grant application writing, oversight of the robot production process, and supervision at team events. The season is primarily held during the 2nd semester of the school year (kickoff starts in early January), with a grant application due prior to December 1, and some pre-season work and organizational meetings to be completed in late November/early December. Requires competition at two (minimum) events, and a step-by-step guide is provided for first-time coaches.

Qualifications:

  1. High School Diploma
  2. Background Check
  3. Preference given to applicants with robotics/engineering and/or teaching experience

DEADLINE: November 2, 2023
SALARY: Stipend as determined by Robotics Grant ($1500) + $5000 signing bonus

Interested persons should please indicate your interest in writing to:
JoLynn Clark, FHS Principal at
jclark@fmuthschools.com

Paraprofessional Position

Please mail or email your letter of interest to Special Education Director Lauren Birnbaum in writing.
 
Information should be sent to:
EF Rittmueller Middle School
Lauren Birnbaum
965 East Genesee
Frankenmuth, MI 48734

lbirnbaum@fmuthschools.com

Food Service Positions

The Frankenmuth School District is looking for positive, hard-working individuals to be a part of its kitchen staff.  Must be flexible, willing to collaborate, and enjoy students and staff. Training will be provided.

Please indicate your interest in writing to:

Cindy Hegenauer, Food Service Director

chegenauer@fmuthschools.com

525 E Genesee

Frankenmuth MI 48734

Child Care Staff

No Weekends, No Holidays, Flexible Schedule!

Due to the popularity and great quality child care program here at the Frankenmuth School District, we are in need of immediate staff ages 18 and up.  We have a record number of children in our program and want to ensure we maintain our amazing standard of care.  This position is perfect for college students, stay at home parents while their children are in school, those interested in education and also for high school students who are 18 years old to work after school.  If you know someone or have a responsible student in your class in need of a great job that they do not have to work weekends, simply contact the daycare at 989-502-1724 or email Michelle Gatza at mgatza@fmuthschools.com.

Part-Time Bus Driver

The Frankenmuth School District is hiring route and substitute bus drivers. CDL license assistance is available. Training will be provided.

Please indicate your interest in writing to:
Tammy Metiva
tmetiva@fmuthschools.com
525 E Genesee
Frankenmuth, MI 48734

Substitute Teachers

Are you looking for a job that is fun, rewarding, and makes a difference? Consider being a Frankenmuth School District substitute teacher. You can make your schedule and decide what days to sub and in which schools. Your day will start around 7:40 am and end by 3:05 pm and includes a lunch break. All you need is 60 semester hours from an accredited college or university.  Frankenmuth District Office has substitute employment packets available. Please stop into the District Office located at the North West corner of the high school at 525 E Genesee Street anytime between 8 am – 4 pm.

If you have any questions, please contact Wendy Yagiela at wyagiela@fmuthschools.com.

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