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Job fair for substitute cooks, cashiers on March 7

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KENNEWICK, WA – Those interested in working in Kennewick school kitchens and lunchrooms as substitute cooks and cashiers are invited to an informational meeting on March 7th.

The meeting will begin at 9:00 a.m. in the main conference room of the district’s MTS Building at 622 N. Kellogg Street. Attendees should park in the parking lot of the neighboring Tri-Tech Skills Center.

Nutrition Services staff will explain the costs and requirements of a food handler’s permit and background check as well as cover the district’s training program, wages and job requirements. Interviews with managers for those interested in pursuing a position will follow the meeting.

Current open positions can be found at www.ksd.org. Contact the Nutrition Services office at (509) 222-5073 with questions.

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