Food Service Director - Dining Services

Overview

Date Posted:
6/8/2018
Location:
D2073 - Education Food Service
Address:
Valley Services Inc. - D2073 - Education Food Service
City:
Savannah
State:
GA
Country:
United States of America
Category:
Food Service Management

Description

 

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Food Service Director oversees and directs the unit and ensures that Valley's vision, goals and objectives are met based on client and contractual obligations. The Food Service Director ensures that quality nutritional food is provided to all customers and that professional standards are met and maintained in the unit.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

Education/Experience:

A High School Diploma and three (3) years of experience in food service management required.

Must have computer experience using Microsoft Office (Word & Excel), including internet and electronic mail systems required. Experience in menu development, catering, and production management preferred. Knowledge of merchandizing techniques and “special events” within a food service setting preferred. ServSafe certification required. A College degree in food services management, business, or related field is preferred.

Competencies: (The following competencies describe the knowledge, skills, abilities and attributes that lead to a successful employee in the position)

  • Must possess excellent written and verbal communications skills to communicate with all educational levels, including employees, vendors, clients and customers
  • Must have the ability to make judgments concerning the interpretation of policies and procedures
  • Must have the ability to assist with sales projects and proposals
  • Must have the ability to handle complaints at numerous levels
  • Must have the ability to direct and control management activities of others to meet goals and objectives
  • Must have the ability to mentor, coach and train employees
  • Must have a strong knowledge and experience using Microsoft Excel for reports and analysis
  • Must have a strong knowledge of expense management, financial planning, and strategic planning
  • Must have knowledge of patient food service and diet office processes and modified diet types

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL EFFORTS

Physical:

Physical demand level is light with 40 pounds being demanded occasionally. Intermittent sitting and standing with wide freedom of movement. Occasional lifting, bending, stooping, pushing and pulling. Some travel by vehicle or air, including overnight, may be required.

Mental:

Works with minimal supervision. Concentrates for long periods of time with attention to detail. Takes independent action and makes decisions. Uses discretion and maintains confidentiality concerning employees, clients, patients, customers, and/or other company business. Meets multiple deadlines.

ENVIRONMENTAL AND WORKING CONDITIONS

Environment is a production cafeteria and food production facility in a business setting. Interacts with employees on a daily basis. Works flexible hours as needed. Works most of the workday indoors; however, sudden and extreme changes in temperatures may occur.

POSITION RELATIONSHIPS

The Food Service Director reports directly to the applicable District Manager of Dining Services and has direct supervision of all unit employees.

Minimum Requirements

 

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/STANDARDS OF PERFORMANCE

The position functions and duties described below may not be the only requirements of the position. It may be necessary to follow other instructions or perform other related duties required by Valley Services, Inc.

  • Oversees and directs the account financial and non-financial objectives, the procurement, production, and service of food to all customers
  • Meets targeted profit objective (CFO’s) by controlling food, supply, and labor costs and maximizes sales potential through aggressive marketing and/or promotions
  • Analyzes financial data and operational statistics to ensures all required weekly financial reports are sent to corporate by established deadlines
  • Manages all unit personnel
  • Establish unit specific goals which meets with client expectations and communicates goals regularly with client(s) to assess and discuss progress of financial and non-financial goals and objectives as well as reporting to District Manager the progress
  • Monitors inventory and places orders utilizing quantities on hand
  • Completes an assessment and performs training with kitchen personnel in sanitation practices and establish cleaning schedules and other sanitary controls as required by the county and or state health department and Valley policy
  • Assists with maintaining the highest rating on health inspections and corrects any deficiencies

  

Valley Services Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

 


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