Executive Chef

Reports to: General Manager, Director of Food & Beverage

Status: Exempt

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JOB SUMMARY

The Executive Chef position manages the kitchen staff in the procurement, production, preparation and presentation of all food service outlets and Front of the House operations for the resort in a safe, sanitary work environment which conforms to all standards and regulations. This position is expected to achieve profitable, competitive, quality products.

 

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS

Qualifications & Experience:

  • Minimum of 3 years of progressive management experience
  • Minimum of 1 year experience in a hotel, and 1 year experience as a Head/Executive Chef required.
  • Leadership skills to motivate and develop staff and to ensure accomplishment of goals.
  • Ability to work effectively under time constraints and deadlines.
  • Previous knowledge of Bar & Wine Program Operations required
  • Previous experience analyzing P&L statement

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Long hours sometimes required
  • Medium work – Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 20 pounds of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects.
  • Ability to stand during entire shift.

MAJOR FUNCTIONS:

  • Manage daily operations. Responsible for complying with company policies which include: financial performance, effective food and labor cost control, guest satisfaction, personal development, procurement, community relations, equipment standards, and a high level of the sanitation and safety standards (maintained by weekly inspections).
  • Provide consistency and quality of sanitation and cleanliness through execution of the basic fundamentals, i.e., spot and heavy cleaning, rotation and proper storage of controllable, and through the motivation and development of the associates. Must comply with local, state and federal health and sanitation codes and is responsible for meeting those standards.
  • Oversee the efficient distribution of all supplies and equipment to all food and beverage outlets.
  • Promote sense of ownership towards use of all controllables and equipment. Ensure all silver is clean and in presentable condition.
  • Constantly spot check equipment for sanitation, safety and proper working condition.
  • Assists in the inventory management and ongoing maintenance of hotel operating equipment and other assets.
  • Support Front of House operations alongside Director of Food and Beverage
  • Maintain and supervise good housekeeping practices in all food production areas, dish room, loading dock, walk-ins and freezers, and other assigned areas, strictly enforcing the “clean as you go” policy.
  • Attend BEO meetings, as appropriate.
  • Promote and maintain effective inter/intra-departmental communications.
  • Listen effectively, anticipate and resolve problems as they arise.
  • Embrace and teach empowerment principles to ensure guest satisfaction.
  • Prepare weekly schedule and labor analysis, and payroll for all associates in the Food & Beverage area.
  • Develop budgetary goals with superior and monitor for results.
  • Maintain accurate controllable check book controls for expenditures.

HUMAN RESOURCES:

  • Responsible for interviewing, hiring and evaluating associates.

 

  • Develop departmental training program for associates to learn purpose and objective of minimizing controllable losses
  • Enforce training and ensure safe work environment through the Job Safety Analysis, weekly sanitation inspections and follow-ups, loss prevention and quality assurance.
  • Schedule and conduct monthly staff meetings
  • Coach/Counsel staff members when necessary.
  • Drive commitment to quality assurance, safe work practices,
  • Maintain high associate morale throughout the working area

MARGINAL:

  • Be familiar with the organization of the Hotel and know the function of each department.
  • Attend staff meetings / training sessions as required by management
  • Perform other duties as requested by management.

NOTICE: The hotel business functions seven days a week, 24 hours a day. All associates must realize this fact and be aware that at all times it may be necessary to move associates form their accustomed shift as business demands. In addition, this is a hospitality business and a hospitable service atmosphere must be projected at all times. Successful candidates will be subject to the granting of a work permit if they do not have belonger status.  Interim housing can be provided until permanent housing is attained by successful candidate.

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Date Posted:
January 16, 2019

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