Permanently Assigned Positions
Permanently assigned positions work daily during the school year in a specific child nutrition cafeteria. Starting pay for permanent assigned positions of 4 or more hours is $12.10 and qualify for an attractive benefit package.
The Birdville Public School District is accepting applications for On Call Substitutes in the Child Nutrition Department.The rate of pay is $11.00 per hour to be paid bi-weekly. There are no benefits.
Positions are available from August through May, Monday through Friday. Substitutes work from (4) four to (7) seven hours per shift depending on work location assignment. Substitutes will be required to work in any school within the district.
- Possess a food handlers permit
- Have basic knowledge of the fundamentals of cooking and baking
- Be available to work at any location on an on-call basis
- Be willing to learn and follow procedures, policies and requirements of the Nutrition program
- Provide general clean up
- Be able to relate effectively with staff, students and public
To apply, submit an application.
Applications can be turned in electronically, mailed or dropped off at…
Birdville ISD Administration Building
6125 East Belknap Street
Haltom City, TX 76117
Click to complete online application.
BISD's Personnel Services Offices are open from
8:00 a.m. – 4:15 p.m.
Applications are also available in the lobby.
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