Status: Part Time w/Benefits Facility: Kenmore Mercy Hospital
Work Schedule: Days and Evenings Shift: 2:
Exempt from Overtime: Exempt: No FTE: 0.500000: Bargaining Unit: ACE Associates
Promote, monitor and maintain a positive service culture. Coordinates, directs, supervise department activities to include food preparation, production, assembly, service and distribution for patients/residents, associates, visitors and others (including guests or catered events). Ensure adherence to standardized recipes, menus and safe handling practices. Organize cleaning and sanitizing of work areas, equipment, and small wares. Provides input to Manager regarding departmental operations. Assists in obtaining operational goals, including but not limited to; food and menu costing, menu planning, staff training and evaluation, purchasing and budgeting.
Demonstrates knowledge of and complies with established hospital and department policies, procedures and objectives, standards for hygiene and personal appearance; CHS Mission; performance improvement program, safety, environmental and infection control standards.
High School graduate
A.A.S. degree in Food and Management or equivalent experience and skill/knowledge required
HACCP/Serf - Safe certification preferred.
One-year Healthcare and/or Industry Supervisory Food Service experience preferred
Experience in food service preferred
KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND ABILITY
Ability to read, write and follow oral and written instructions
Strong written & verbal communication skills
Demonstrates computer and math skills
Ability to effectively interact with a diverse work group
Ability to manage multiple tasks and job responsibility
Able to meet specific time frames and demonstrates problem-solving skills.
Exposed to hazards from electrical/mechanical equipment.
Exposed to housekeeping/cleaning agents and chemicals.
Subject to flammable, explosive gases cuts and burns.
Subject to varying and unpredictable situations.
Exposed to hazards of steam and heat and varying degrees of kitchen elements.
Standing and walking most of the day.
Extreme Cold:temperature cold enough to cause marked bodily discomfort
Extreme Heat: temperature hot enough to cause bodily discomfort
Moisture: frequent contact with water and other liquids