Kitchen Manager Caddy's

Job Description

Kitchen Manager
Position Summary

As a Kitchen Manager you will report to the General Manager. You will be responsible for effectively managing the day-to-day operations of the kitchen. As the Kitchen Manager you will be responsible for maintaining a customer oriented company culture that emphasizes quality, continuous improvement and high performance.

Essential Job Functions
  • Develop and maintain an effective internal and external communication system

  • Organize and chair kitchen meetings

  • Act as liaison to outside guest and agents

  • Maintain inventory control

  • Maintain cost control

  • Oversee recruitment and staffing

  • Conduct employee orientations and development training's

  • Develop and maintain an employee assessment system

  • Develop and maintain all policies and procedures

  • Develop and maintain a maintenance control system

  • Develop and maintain an effective Health and Safety system

  • Ensure compliance with federal, state and county regulations

Marginal Job Functions
  • Food cost

  • Food order

  • Food quality

  • Menu Development

  • Required to cook on line when needed

  • Manage all security issues

  • Oversee all purchasing

  • Paper goods order

  • Organizing supplies

  • Staff training

  • Create and implement specials

Education
  • High School Diploma or GED

Experience
  • 1 - 3 years experience preferred

Skills and Abilities
  • Ability to multitask

  • Knowledge of all products

  • Ability to defuse bad situations

  • Effective Event and Project Planning Skills

  • Ability to sell all products

Scope of Responsibility

  • Abide by all State and Federal Laws and regulations pertaining to alcohol, tobacco and Health

  • Develop a superior workforce

Interpersonal Communication
  • Good Communication Skills

  • Knowledge of repeat patrons/vendors names

Confidential and Sensitive Information
  • Business issues are only to be discussed with the Manager and/or Owner

Physical Requirements
  • Position requires prolonged standing, bending, stooping, twisting, lifting products and supplies weighing 45 pounds, and repetitive hand and wrist motion.

  • Work with hot, cold, and hazardous equipment as well as operates phones, computers, fax machines, copiers, and other office equipment.

Exposures
  • You may be exposed to airborne particles, caustic, chemicals, electric current, moving parts, muscular strain, noise, and odors.