Job Details: Dietary Aide Part-time PT-1 (Temporary up to February 1, 2023, or with two weeks' written notice).

Job Details
Open Date Apr 27 2022 - 09:00:00 AM Close Date May 31 2022 - 11:59:00 PM
Position Title Dietary Aide Part-time PT-1 (Temporary up to February 1, 2023, or with two weeks' written notice). Posting Type Temporary
Posting Status Active Position Length Part Time
Department Group Support Services Hours per Week 15 hours per week
Department Fairmount Home – Dietary Openings 1
Education Certificate Company County of Frontenac
Location Fairmount Home Competition FMT-22-099
Salary Range $22.43 per hour + 4% vacation + 12.5% in lieu of all benefits and paid holidays
Union Position No


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For a complete list of duties and responsibilities, please see the attached job description.

The Dietary Aide is responsible for the safe and effective preparation, delivery and service
of meals and nourishments to the residents of Fairmount Home. The Dietary Aide
ensures appropriate cleaning and sanitization of all equipment and food service areas.
The Dietary Aide will carry out the duties in alignment to the organization’s mission, vision
and values, and work to further its priorities.

Works under the supervision of the Manager of Food Services and the Cook, as assigned.

Demonstrates the core Corporate competencies: Professionalism, Respect and
Integrity; Client Service Orientation; Accountability, Commitment and Perseverance;
Communication; Innovation/Process Improvement; and Teamwork
Demonstrates the core Department competencies: Gentlecare® Philosophy

Performs the responsibilities of the position within the legislative and regulatory
standards set out in the applicable Federal, Provincial and Municipal statutes;
performs the responsibilities of the position consistent with the Operational policies of
the County of Frontenac (County) and Fairmount Home
Ensures residents receive their meals and nourishments in a timely and safe manner
Ensures kitchen is clean; equipment and food preparation areas are sanitized daily
following Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) system and Fairmount
policies and procedures
Prepares and handles food items, equipment, dishes, etc., in accordance with sanitary
regulations and departmental procedures
Prepares and clears dining tables and trays
Transports food and dietary equipment within the Home
Assists Cook with putting away food orders, as required
Cleans dishes, pots, dietary equipment and furniture, kitchen and servery areas, etc.
Health & Safety
Protects own health and safety and the safety of others by adopting safe work
practices, wearing the applicable personal protective equipment (PPE), reporting
unsafe conditions immediately, and attending all relevant in-services regarding
occupational health and safety
Follows all guidelines for employees and employers as legislated under the Ontario
Occupational Health and Safety Act
Other Duties
Completes other duties as assigned
The foregoing description reflects the general responsibilities and expectations
necessary to describe the principal functions of the job identified and shall not be
construed to be all of the work requirements that may be inherent in this

Grade 12 diploma; Safe Food Handler Certificate, preferred
Successful completion of the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care approved Food
Service Workers Certificate Program or
Proof of enrollment in the Food Service Workers Certificate Program and successful
completion within (3) three years, as per the requirements of the Long Term Care
Homes Act
Experience in dietary services in an industrial or institutional setting an asset

Demonstrated understanding and commitment to the Gentlecare® philosophy
Demonstrated understanding, acceptance and commitment to promoting the Home’s
mission, vision and values
Demonstrated knowledge of all legislation and regulations pertinent to the role as well
as an understanding of policies and legislation affecting the department
Demonstrated strong communication skills, both written and verbal and ability to
communicate information to a diverse audience base
Demonstrated professional work ethic and behaviours in interaction with internal and
external contacts and the ability to express ideas clearly and concisely with ease and
confidence in a professional, consistent and positive manner
Demonstrated time management and prioritization skills with the ability to function
within a fast-paced environment, responding with flexibility to changing priorities
Demonstrated ability to adapt to change within an environment with a continuous
process improvement mindset
Demonstrated ability to be a team player who is able to establish and maintain
effective working relationships with fellow employees, clients/residents and the public
Demonstrated respect for individual differences and competencies
Demonstrated ability to build resiliency and be aware of own strengths and limitations
Proven willingness to learn and acquire new information and skills
Demonstrated commitment to client/resident-centered service/care
Ability to problem solve using factual information
Demonstrated basic computer proficiency including knowledge of Microsoft Office
Suite of products (Outlook) and the ability to use other software applications applicable
to the position (e.g. work order software and patient care software)
Demonstrated ability to adhere to confidentiality while exhibiting discretion and good
Demonstrated understanding and commitment to health and safety policies,
procedures and applicable legislation
Demonstrated ability to attend work on a regular basis
Satisfactory Police Record Check - Vulnerable Sector Check
Demonstrated ability to meet the physical demands of the position

Standing or walking for extended periods during a shift
Ability to lift up to 25 pounds
Bending, lifting, reaching required
Possible exposure to heat/cold temperatures
Possible exposure to noise
Possible exposure to dirt/dust
Required to work day, evening and/or night shifts

Probationary period as per applicable Collective Agreement
Compensation and benefits as per the Collective Agreement


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