The Assistant Director of Food & Beverage assists with leadership, direction and vision to manage the self-operated and self-supporting dining operations. Also, assists in ensuring all areas of the food service program operate at the highest standards of safety and sanitation, quality of service, healthy and on-trend menus while optimizing efficient operational and financial performance.
Works closely with the Executive Managers, Corporate Executive Chef and Campus Services senior leadership to assist in the management of the day-to-day operations of Food and Beverage Services. Ensure that employees comply with health and food safety standards.
Assists in ensuring University and departmental policies, work rules and performance standards are met .
Along with the director, assists in the maintenance and monitoring of labor, food, supplies, utilities and other costs and preparation of various financial and operational reports to provide an accurate representation of Food Service performance.
Assist in evaluating the quality, efficiency and performance of all food and beverage operations.
Manages staff including performance evaluation, time-keeping, performance coaching, approval and professional development. Helps to determine recommendation for staffing (including interviewing and hiring) and scheduling (planning, inspecting, assigning and directing work) to meet business needs.
Directly supervises the Starbucks GM, has a dotted line of supervision to the Executive Managers. Direct Supervisor: Complete formal written performance evaluations; Direct day-to-day work and assignments; Authority to recommend hiring and termination; Authority to provide disciplinary actions such as oral and written warnings, or to effectively recommend the same as needed.
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Associate’s field of degree, or vocational or technical school degree Hospitality, Management, Culinary Arts, Dietetics, or related study or an equivalent combination of relevant education and/or experience. ServSafe Certification (within 6 months of employment).
Internal Number: 495902
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