The position of a lunch aide may seem like a simple one – but that is far from the truth. A lunch aide usually works in elementary and preschools where her job is to assist young students with lunchtime activities. This may include assisting them with opening their lunch boxes or packaged foods and helping them with waste removal activities.

Since people working at this position are in contact with children they need to practice a lot of tact and patience. It can be quite a tiresome job to manage lunchtime with so many children who may or may not want to listen to what you have to say.

The following is a resume sample for this position that may help you apply for a job in either an elementary or preschool setting.

 

Lunch Aide Resume Example

SARAH NEAL
399 Stella Street, Fairmont, MN 72922
(259) 999-9999, myname @ email .com
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*LUNCH AIDE*

• Four years of experience working as a Lunch Aide
• Highly skilled in devising and implementing a system for orderly purchase and disposal of food
• Hands on experience in monitoring and supervising preschool students during lunchtime
• In depth knowledge of maintaining order and decorum in a cafeteria environment and ensuring appropriate behavior standards

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Nashville Elementary School – Fairmont, MN
• Achieved standardization in cafeteria food by proposing and implementing packaged food for hygiene purposes
• Promoted from assistant lunch aide to lunch aide within five months of dedicated work in the cafeteria

Lunch Aide | May 2008 – April 2013
• Assist students with opening lunch boxes and other packaged food items
• Monitor students during lunchtime to ensure proper eating and hygiene
• Attend to children experiencing difficulties with lunchroom activities
• Maintain appropriate behavior within the cafeteria
• Ensure table cleanliness and general hygiene of the premises

Assistant Lunch Aide | January 2008 – May 2008
• Assisted lunch aide in managing and supervising students during lunch hour
• Took note of allergies that may affect students and ensure that appropriate food is in their lunch packs
• Managed student behavior
• Seated students at their designated places and ensure chatter is kept to a minimum
• Assisted lunch aide with stacking trays and cleaning eating areas

EDUCATION
High School Diploma – 2007

ADDITIONAL CAPABILITIES
• Excellent interpersonal skills
• Ability to manage young adults effectively
• Exceptional organizational skills
• Capability of maintaining a positive demeanor at all times
• Demonstrated excellence in oral and written communication