Must be able to work weekends.
Education: High school or GED. Six months to two year related experience and or training.
Experience: One year of experience in preparing food on a large scale basis
Supervises: Support staff and residents as appropriate
1. Supervises, schedules, assists and oversees all cooks.
2. Oversees staff responsible for maintaining supply inventory.
3. Maintain equipment inventory and review maintenance records of all equipment, schedule maintenance as needed.
4. Train cooks and maintain meal production records for USDA.
5. Reports unsafe conditions in the kitchen and suggest possible solutions to hazards.
6. Interview residents and staff for meal acceptance on quarterly menu review.
7. Meet with contract dietician to review menus and suggest client food preferences to dietician.
8. Train cooks with styles of food presentation to children in care.
9. Train cooks in proper kitchen sanitation and review work of cooks on as needed basis for spot checks.
10. Assist with meals for special facility occasions as needed.
11. Work and supervise Food Clerk to maintain USDA National School Lunch grant binder with all menus, nutritional information and grant requirements.
12. Work with Food Vendor to maintain good working relationship and placement of timely food and supply orders.
13. Prepare shopping list for weekly menus.
14. Work with supervisor to have working equipment.
15. Performs work of moderate difficulty in regards to planning and monitoring preparation of foods on a large scale basis (45+ meals daily).
16. Work is performed according to specific policies and procedures, producing meal production records according to menus and standardized recipes.
17. Other job duties as assigned.
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