Plans, coordinates and directs the expenditures, allocations and tracking of $20 million in federal entitlement to eligible recipients in the operations and administration of the USDA Food Distribution program. Supervises and conducts work assignments to the food distribution operations. Performs annual EPMS for assigned staff. Prepares the Commodity Surveys for the submission to USDA. Implements comprehensive agreements for eligible recipient agencies such as schools, RCCI's, and Private Schools. Conducts audits for the Commercial Distributors to ensure compliance with USDA regulations for the Food Distribution program. Plans, develops, and implements processing agreements and contracts with food manufacturers, and storage and delivery contracts with commercial food distributors. Responsible for ensuring the release of donated commodities and obtaining additional food products to relief agencies in the Emergency Support Function 11 (Food Services) under the SC Emergency Preparedness Response team. Develops statistical and tracking reports using JAVA and SAS programs to extract the data to compile excel spreadsheets for auditors. Manages the Food Distribution complaint and commodity loss/damage program. Responsible for determination of liability for USDA commodity losses and receipt of any disbursements to the the School Food Salvage Fund. Provides technical assistance and serves as an resource person for the agency in meetings, seminars, training sessions and committees concerning the USDA Food Distribution program. Serves on quality teams within the office and across divisional lines to coordinate special food and nutrition education projects to enhance goals and objectives in public education. Responsible for written materials and reports related to the Food Distribution program. Performs other duties as assigned.
This position is located in the Division of Operations and Support, Office of Health and Nutrition.
Minimum and Additional Requirements:
A bachelor's degree and experience in education, management or business.
A master's degree and five (5) years of experience in education, management or business; or a bachelor's degree and six (6) years of experience in education, management or business.
Experience with the USDA Commodity program preferred.
ONLY THOSE APPLICANTS CHOSEN FOR AN INTERVIEW WILL BE NOTIFIED BY LETTER THAT THE POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED.
State of South Carolina - 2 years ago