Kitchen Supervisor Job Description
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The Kitchen Supervisor will be an assistant to the Sous Chef and Chef de Cuisine. They will ensure that all BOH processes and health codes are maintained and up to standard by coaching, delegating, and guiding the line kitchen staff.
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We are looking for a Kitchen Supervisor. You are a self-starter with leadership qualities who thrives in a fast-paced, growing environment, with the ability to build relationships with internal and external Clients.
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Kitchen Supervisor is responsible for leading and maintaining the smooth operation of all kitchen shifts. He/she will partner with the café management team to train, coach, and evaluate BOH operations, ensuring that the café is in adherence with company policies, specs, and procedures.
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A Kitchen Supervisor at our company is a leader who ensures excellence within a given area of the restaurant. Our Supervisors set the standards and culture through coaching things such as brand standards, food safety and quality, and positional excellence. Supervisors constantly train their team, write lineups based on the schedule, run breaks, and solve problems whether it be food, machine, or customer issues that hinder the guest experience.
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The Kitchen Supervisor assists with department management to ensure the effective operation of all Kitchen functions and department success through effective leadership, communication, and employee management. Runs smooth and organized food services. Monitors food orders for accuracy, quality, and timeliness to ensure an exceptional dining experience.
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The Kitchen Supervisor will be an assistant to the Sous Chef and Chef de Cuisine. They will ensure that all BOH processes and health codes are maintained and up to standard by coaching, delegating, and guiding the line kitchen staff. This role would be a seasonal role, running through the end of the baseball season, with the potential to stay on permanently based on business needs and performance.
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We are seeking an experienced Kitchen Supervisor to oversee and administer all phases of the food service operations including but not limited to the assignment of work detail, monitoring serving line for food portion control, ordering food and inventory of supplies, food preparation and the overall safety, health & sanitation standards in compliance with company and jail policy and federal, state and local law.
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The Kitchen Supervisor prepares food items by production requirements and quality standards while maintaining a safe, sanitary work environment.
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The Kitchen Supervisor may work in any type of food location on client premises. This individual provides oversight at the direction of management on site to coordinate routine work activities of workers and/or service employees engaged in food operations or services at either larger complex facilities or locations in the areas of commercial, health care, schools, universities, or other establishments. This individual will provide support to management in the daily oversight of key functions and employees during the normal course of business.
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The Kitchen Supervisor supervises set-up and food production areas within the kitchen to maximize productivity and ensure food quality, set-up, and service are by established guest service and sustainability standards.
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Frequently asked questions
What does a kitchen supervisor do?
The duties of a kitchen supervisor may vary depending on the organization and industry, but generally, a kitchen supervisor is responsible for overseeing the daily operations of a kitchen and ensuring that food is prepared and served to the highest standards. Some of the key duties of a kitchen supervisor may include:
Planning menus and recipes
Ordering and managing inventory of food and supplies
Supervising and coordinating kitchen staff, including cooks, prep cooks, and dishwashers
Monitoring and maintaining kitchen equipment and facilities
Ensuring compliance with health and safety regulations and food handling guidelines
Managing food costs and maintaining budget goals
Ensuring high quality and consistency of food preparation and presentation
Collaborating with other departments, such as front-of-house staff and management, to ensure a smooth and efficient operation.
What skills does a kitchen supervisor need?
The skills required for a successful kitchen supervisor may include:
Strong culinary skills and knowledge of food preparation techniques and equipment
Attention to detail and accuracy in managing inventory and preparing food
Communication and interpersonal skills to interact with kitchen staff and other departments
Leadership and management skills to supervise and motivate staff
Knowledge of health and safety regulations and food handling guidelines
Problem-solving and decision-making skills to handle unexpected situations and issues
Time-management and organizational skills to manage multiple tasks and priorities
Flexibility and adaptability to work in a fast-paced and constantly changing environment.